Pop­pins tonic

Yorkshire Post - - LETTERS TO THE EDITOR -

From: Janet Berry, Ham­ble­ton.

AFTER the flat­ness felt after Christ­mas, an ex­cel­lent an­ti­dote I would rec­om­mend is to go and see the new Mary Pop­pins film.

If you haven’t any young­sters to take you will still en­joy it. We took our grand­daugh­ter, aged seven, but all three of us loved it.

The Lon­don scenes are amaz­ing and there is a won­der­ful dance se­quence with dozens of lamp­lighters. There is a very poignant song, Where the Lost Things Go, and the ef­fects, light­ing and scenery are bril­liant. Emily Blunt is su­perb as Mary. The only part I thought su­per­flu­ous was the cameo role of Meryl Streep, a bit like Cher in Mamma Mia! Apart from that, it is a su­per ‘feel­good’ film and I would rec­om­mend it.

REC­OM­MENDED: Emily Blunt, star of the film Mary Pop­pins Re­turns.

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