A year after the loss of their matriarch, a well-to-do family are faced with the possibility of becoming homeless in a post-industrial revolution London when the bank announces they are about to foreclose on their loan. Seriously. But then Sherry Bobbins Mary Poppins reappears and everyone sings and dances, and even the most cynical of hearts melts.

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  1. Anthony Sherratt January 1, 2019

    I didn't want to watch this movie. I was angry at what I saw as an unnecessary sequel and a blatant cash grab. So imagine my surprise when I found joy dancing and singing into my heart as I watched it. In fact, I was soon overcome with warm fuzzy feelings by a film that stays true to the original without detracting from it

  2. Stephen Scott December 24, 2018

    Nostalgia can be trite
    if not enacted right
    With shameless cash grabs by mega-corps upon most people’s minds
    But if you take the plunge
    You’ll find it’s so much fun

    With Blunt
    and creative personnel

    Despite negative expectations
    You will find it all sublime
    You’ll tap your feet in time
    And accept everything in rhyme

    If you open your mind
    You’ll find it’s all very much so nice
    And that lightning can strike twice!

      Honestly, it's as close to perfection as you can get. Take the family!

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