Mary Poppins Returns (2018)

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Mary Poppins Returns (2018)

Fantasy | Family | Comedy
6.6 / 10
Release Date
13 December 2018
2 : 11 minutes
Spoken Language
In Depression-era London, a now-grown Jane and Michael Banks, along with Michael's three children, are visited by the enigmatic Mary Poppins following a personal loss. Through her unique magical skills, and with the aid of her friend Jack, she helps the family rediscover the joy and wonder missing in their lives.

Cast Overview :

Mary Poppins
by: Emily Blunt
by: Lin-Manuel Miranda
Michael Banks
by: Ben Whishaw
Jane Banks
by: Emily Mortimer
Annabel Banks
by: Pixie Davies
John Banks
by: Nathanael Saleh
Georgie Banks
by: Joel Dawson
by: Julie Walters
Tatiana "Topsy" Topotrepolovsky
by: Meryl Streep
William "Weatherall" Wilkins / Wolf (voice)
by: Colin Firth
Hamilton Gooding / Badger (voice)
by: Jeremy Swift
Templeton Frye / Weasel (voice)
by: Kobna Holdbrook-Smith
Mr. Dawes Jr.
by: Dick Van Dyke
Balloon Lady
by: Angela Lansbury
Admiral Boom
by: David Warner
Mr. Binnacle
by: Jim Norton
Miss Penny Farthing
by: Noma Dumezweni
by: Tarik Frimpong
Miss Lark
by: Sudha Bhuchar
Park Keeper
by: Steve Nicolson
The Milkman
by: Christian Dixon
Information Desk Clerk
by: Christopher Godwin
by: John Dagleish
Lady On Cherry Tree Lane
by: Karen Dotrice
Pub Landlord
by: Ian Conningham
Street Urchin
by: Billy Barratt
Street Urchin
by: Felix Collar
Street Urchin
by: Kate Attwell
Shamus the Coachman Dog (voice)
by: Chris O'Dowd
Clyde the Horse (voice)
by: Mark Addy
Mary Poppins' Parrot Umbrella (voice)
by: Edward Hibbert
by: Jon-Scott Clark
by: Calvin Chen
by: Craig Stein
by: Leon Cooke
by: Alex Sturman
Female Dancer
by: Tara Nicole Hughes
Fun Fair Couple (uncredited)
by: Bernardo Santos
Fairground Attendee (uncredited)
by: Johanna Thea
Corporate Internal Bank Customer
by: Jag Patel
Bank Customer (uncredited)
by: Nina Kumar
Fair Ground Attendee (uncredited)
by: David Gambier
Bank Customer 110 (uncredited)
by: Jeremy Azis
Bank Teller (uncredited)
by: Bern Colla├žo
Tramp (uncredited)
by: Steve Carroll
Cherry Tree Lane Resident (uncredited)
by: Nick Owenford
Banker (uncredited)
by: Martyn Mayger
Bank Customer (uncredited)
by: Alex Jaep
St Paul's Passerby (uncredited)
by: Richard Price
Homeless Soup kitchen (uncredited)
by: Fran Targ
Bank Customer (uncredited)
by: Raj Awasti

Member Reviews :

The original Mary Poppins was one of my favorite movies when I was a kid and it kind of still is. Thus I was indeed a bit worried when I sat down to watch this one with the kids yesterday. After all there is really so many ways a incompetent writer could have screwed this one up. Especially one with an agenda. Luckily this was not the case and I have to say that I quite liked this movie. Disney actually managed to keep the ambiance of the original movie and it actually felt like a Disney movie from the good old days. The days before every easily offended retard tried to make every movie into a preaching mouth piece for their personal crusade. I think I liked the first half of the movie best. It was an explosion of song, magic and, for me, nostalgia. Apart from the hugely improved technology this movie had available to make the magic bits it actually felt like it could have been made back to back with the original. They really managed to capture the atmosphere from back then. If I had to compare the two directly I would still go with the original as the best one. It was more imaginative and it just felt a bit better two me. The story is a bit of a rehash of the original. They could have come up with something more original. Also, the second movie seemed to fizzle out a bit compared to the first half. I would have liked to see some more Mary Poppins coolness and magic, like we saw in the first half of the movie, instead of, mostly, conventional stuff. Also the take down of the bad guy was a bit underwhelming. Apart from that I think sequel was not bad at all.
  Per Gunnar Jonsson