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TMDB - 7.60/10
Metacritic - 7.70/10
125 Min - Comedy | Drama | History - 2013-12-20
Directors:
John Lee Hancock,
Writing:
Kelly Marcel, Sue Smith,
Stars:
Emma Thompson, Tom Hanks, Paul Giamatti, Colin Farrell, Ruth Wilson, Jason Schwartzman, Bradley Whitford,
Country:
AU, GB, US
Language:
English
Synopsis
Author P.L. Travers travels from London to Hollywood as Walt Disney Pictures adapts her novel Mary Poppins for the big screen.
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Details
125 Min Comedy | Drama | History 2013-12-20
Directors:
John Lee Hancock,
Writing:
Kelly Marcel, Sue Smith,
Stars:
Emma Thompson, Tom Hanks, Paul Giamatti, Colin Farrell, Ruth Wilson, Jason Schwartzman, Bradley Whitford,
Country:
AU, GB, US
Language:
English
Synopsis:
Author P.L. Travers travels from London to Hollywood as Walt Disney Pictures adapts her novel Mary Poppins for the big screen.
Full Cast
Picture of Emma Thompson
Emma Thompson
P.L. Travers
Picture of Tom Hanks
Tom Hanks
Walt Disney
Picture of Paul Giamatti
Paul Giamatti
Ralph
Picture of Colin Farrell
Colin Farrell
Travers Robert Goff
Picture of Ruth Wilson
Ruth Wilson
Margaret Goff
Picture of Jason Schwartzman
Jason Schwartzman
Richard Sherman
Picture of Bradley Whitford
Bradley Whitford
Don DaGradi
Picture of Annie Rose Buckley
Annie Rose Buckley
Ginty
Picture of B. J. Novak
B. J. Novak
Robert Sherman
Picture of Kathy Baker
Kathy Baker
Tommie
Picture of Lily Bigham
Lily Bigham
Biddy
Picture of Melanie Paxson
Melanie Paxson
Dolly
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75
By indieWIRE
Ultimately, Saving Mr Banks is witty, well-crafted and well-performed mainstream entertainment which, perhaps unavoidably, cleaves to a well-worn Disney template stating that all problems - however psychologically deep-rooted - can be overcome.
50
By A.A. Dowd - The A.V. Club
The irony of Saving Mr. Banks is that it takes this true story of Hollywood conflict, of artistic integrity pitted against studio moxie, and gives it the same warm-and-fuzzy treatment the company gave Poppins. One woman’s failed battle to stop her work from being Disneyfied has itself been Disneyfied.
60
By A.O. Scott - The New York Times
The best parts of Saving Mr. Banks offer an embellished, tidied-up but nonetheless reasonably authentic glimpse of the Disney entertainment machine at work.
40
By Amy Nicholson - Village Voice
Saving Mr. Banks, a fictionalized account of two weeks Travers spent on the lot in Burbank, is proof that Walt has thawed and secretly reclaimed Disney's reins.
70
By Andrew O'Hehir - Salon.com
It’s a highly enjoyable picture.
75
By Ann Hornaday - Washington Post
Saving Mr. Banks doesn’t always straddle its stories and time periods with the utmost grace. But the film — which John Lee Hancock directed from a script by Kelly Marcel and Sue Smith — more than makes up for its occasionally unwieldy structure in telling a fascinating and ultimately deeply affecting story.
70
By Anthony Lane - The New Yorker
The director is John Lee Hancock, who does what he did with “The Blind Side,” where he commandeered a true and jagged tale, tidied up the trauma, and made sure that everyone lived sappily ever after. Sandra Bullock carried the day then, and now Emma Thompson repeats the process.
80
By Bill Goodykoontz - Arizona Republic
Disney scholars may scoff that it’s not a warts-and-all portrayal of the struggle to bring “Mary Poppins” to the screen, but that seems almost churlish in light of the enthusiasm Hanks brings to the film, or the eventually melting icy facade Thompson puts up.
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