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Cert U
130 mins
BBFC advice: Contains very mild threat

She's back - with her umbrella, giant bag and a twinkle in her eye.
This Mary Poppins has many echoes of the 60s classic but is different enough to hold its own.
Well, so say I after tapping my toe through the IMAX presentation at Nottingham Cineworld.
Mrs W revealed she has not got a heart by being less impressed and believing that the legacy of the original should have been left alone.
Poppycock, as Mary might say. This is Poppins for a new generation and Emily Blunt brings a different dimension to the Julie Andrews' version.
However, there is a clear nod to the past not only with elements of the story but also through the cameo of the remarkable Dick Van Dyke (does he really dance on a table at over 90 years old?).
Another nonagenarian Angela Lansbury also offers a tune but I was surprised to learn that she wasn't in the original film (the bird lady was Jane Darwell).
Anyway, the action is centred once again on the home of the Banks' family, 20 years on from the first incarnation.
Michael Banks (Ben Whishaw) is in a state of desperation as he tries to cope with the death of his wife and potential repossession of the family home.
His sister Jane (Emily Mortimer) and cook (Julie Walters) are trying to ease the burden but he is still struggling to bring up his three small children (Pixie Davies, Nathanael Saleh and Joel Dawson).
Just as things are reaching a low point, Mary Poppins drifts in, attached to a kite, with the umbrella and huge bag and the impossible becomes possible.
Blunt tries slightly too hard to be over-posh as Mary but, aside of that, is a great pick for the role with a combo of impishness the requisite mock sternness and a super singing voice (albeit not Julie Andrews' standard).
Her foil, for the most part, is the lamplighter played by Lin-Manuel Miranda whose accent is far better than Van Dyke's back in the day but he doesn't have the same level of joie de vivre.
Ditto Whishaw in the role of the patriarch - he lacks the bluff and bluster of David Tomlinson and for much of the time, just looks a bit sad.
However, there are a number of highlights - including Van Dyke, Lansbury, a Meryl Streep number and some zestful song and dance routines, often combined with animation.
If it stood alone, I suspect we would all be raving over Rob Marshall's movie but the comparison with the 1965 movie is unavoidable.
Fortunately, it doesn't need a spoonful of sugar but it isn't quite supercalifragilisticexpialidocious.

Reasons to watch: It's Mary Poppins
Reasons to avoid: If you cherish the original too much

Laughs: A couple of chuckles
Jumps: None
Vomit: None
Nudity: None
Overall rating: 8.5/10

Director quote - Rob Marshall: "To live in a world that has hope and escape and fantasy and truth and reality and emotion and all those other things, feels so important right now. In fact, it has become more important each day in this world."

The big question - Where does Mary go when she disappears with her umbrella?

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