Garry Meier

Dean reviews ‘The Hobbit,’ ‘A Madea Christmas’ and ‘Saving Mr. Banks’

Dean Richards joins Garry to review The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, Tyler Perry’s A Madea Christmas, Saving Mr. Banks!


“Saving Mr. Banks”

Walt Disney (Tom Hanks) shows Disneyland to “Mary Poppins” author P.L. Travers (Emma Thompson) in “Saving Mr. Banks” (Francois Duhamel / Disney Enterprises)

 

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1 Comment to “Dean reviews ‘The Hobbit,’ ‘A Madea Christmas’ and ‘Saving Mr. Banks’”

    Carcotas said:
    December 20, 2013 at 3:36 PM

    Saving Mr Banks tells the story of Walt Disney's battle to get the rights to make Mary Poppins into a movie. I wasn't expecting to like this but was completely blown away.

    It is beautifully put together, is hilarious in parts and very touching and emotional at other stages, but is not overly sappy or cheesy.

    There are some outstanding performances here. Emma Thompson plays Mrs Travers beautifully – a cantankerous and stubborn lady, yet you can't dislike her. Tom Hanks does a good job of playing Walt Disney – a tough role for anyone but he seems to suit it, so long as you can get past the terrible fake southern accent which is worse than Dick Van Dyke's attempts at an English accent in Mary Poppins.

    However the stand-out performance is, surprisingly, delivered by Colin Farrell as Mrs Travers' father. He brings amazing range and emotion to a character that is simultaneously a loving, sweet father and a man caged in by life and personal demons.

    Go see it for yourself when it comes out at the end of November. I'm looking forward to watching it again.

    More about the movie you can also find it here http://movieinfodb.com/en/movie/140823/Saving+Mr….

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