Saving Mr. Banks (2013)

Posted May 15, 2017 by Whitney in movie review / 0 Comments

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The making of Disney’s Mary Poppins. Emma Thompson portrays Mrs. Travers well with an always present “I smelled something foul” look on her face. She annoys you but not to an extreme. Tom Hanks brings life to a difficult situation, making sure the movie has a spoon full of sugar, bring heart to Saving Mr. Banks.

The Flashbacks of Traver’s life are well laid out and give a great understanding to what Mary Poppins meant to her creator.

At the very end of the movie the real tapes of Mrs. Traver’s recordings are heard and thought Emma Thompson did a good job portraying the sense of righteousness that the author of Mary Poppins exhibits. Saving Mr. Banks was a fun look at the making of a childhood classic.

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