If you are reading this post, then chances are that you love The original Mary Poppins with Julie Andrews. The Return of Mary Poppins was released in the cinema last year. But I am just getting round to watching it.
I haven’t done any film reviews on ChocolatePages before but for this film I am making an exception.
MARY POPPINS RETURNS STARRING EMILY BLUNT.
Release date: 21 December 2018
Well to get straight to the point, this film was awesome. I loved everything about it. This is high praise for remake of such a fantastic and well known film. Mary Poppins and the gang were modernised for present films, however all aspects of Mary Poppins, Cherry Tree Lane, Jane and Michael and even Michael’s children were so similar to the original. Little Georgie Banks had all the same characteristics as Michael Banks in the original, his cheekiness and inquisitive nature.
All the songs and music came from the same vein as the original, although there were no copies, which made it its own film but such a great sequel. There is a song that can be compared to the chimney sweep song with Dick Van Dyke and his pals. This one is sung by the new London Laddie of the street and his gang of pals.
Jane and Michael are the adults in the film and I saw many similarities to Michael as an adult to Mr Banks adult (Michael’s father). Mary Poppins being the saviour again appeared just as she was needed to remind the Banks family of what is important in life, but also to take them on a magical adventure.
Remember that magical kite from years ago???? Georgie just happens to find it.
Emily blunt does huge credit to the original Mary Poppins, by her clothing, word’s, singing and body language. It is all so very effective as a follow on film.
Mary Poppins Returns was a joy to watch and took me back to the times I watched the original Mary Poppins so many times when I was younger.
I highly recommend watching this film if you enjoyed the original. And if you have never seen the original????? shame on you, get watching the two of them!
Have you seen either or both films? What did you think?