Corny in a lot of the dialogue but I did sense an effort to bring in more bits of reality rather than just moralizing each and every moment. Production value was decent and at least half the acting was good. Script made sense but was pretty clunky.
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At one point in this visual and musical circus there is a song titled “A Cover is not A Book”, wherein the lesson is mangled but clear; the important things are more than skin deep. If only this movie had learned that very lesson.
From the opening, drab number praising the London sky (because everyone loves smoke-filled, cloudy, rainy skies) to the horrendous portrayal of financial villainy, all the way to the shoehorned cameos and callbacks, this movie lacks any…
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The most clear theme is that of the importance of language, but the thing which impressed me…
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