a great story
Nanny McPhee and the Big Bang (Susanna White, 2010) - Emma Thompson's
wise, warty heroine returns in this enchanting children's film. It is
1940 and Britain is at war. So too are the children of Mrs Green
(Maggie Gyllenhall). With their father fighting overseas and their home
under threat, the last thing the put-upon youngsters need is a visit
from their snooty urban cousins. Arriving weighed down with designer
labels and familial angst, the Londoners proceed to infuriate their
rural relations, dubbing their farm "the land of poo" and destroying an
irreplaceable jar of jam. Cue a massive free-for-all, and enter Nanny
McPhee (Emma Thompson), the magical troubleshooter who's determined to
teach the kids five crucial life lessons. This sequel to the 2005 hit
is an extraordinarily well-written, unpretentious, intelligent
children's movie that strikes just the right balance between fantasy
and reality, with impeccably-drawn characters who develop in believable
and touching ways as they're brought to life by a hand-picked cast.i
wish they work the third one because it was great..
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Return on an investment of time and money? In spades, for this fine family film
Isabel (Maggie Gyllenhaal) is one harried Brit mother during World War
II. Her husband (Ewan McGregor) is away, as a soldier for the British
army, and her flat-footed brother-in-law, Phil (Ryhs Ifans) is
constantly pestering her to sell the farm, of which he is half-owner.
Unknown to Isabel is that Phil has large gambling debts that have to be
settled or things will get very ugly. Then, she has three adorable
children, Vincent, Megsie, and Norman, who do chores for the farm but
are out of control, without their father there to help keep them in
line. Next, her nephew and niece have arrived from London, for their
safety amid the bombings. These two, Cyril and Cecelia, are stuck-up
and spoiled and create problems the minute they set foot at the place.
Finally, the family needs to rent a tractor to bring in the barley
harvest and Isabel is selling some prized piglets AND working part time
in dotty Mrs. Dockerty's (Maggie Smith) general store, to help pay the
cost. In the midst of all of this turmoil, a heroine comes calling. She
is Nanny McPhee (Emma Thompson), that's little "c", big "P", thank you.
This gal, warts and all, has a magic cane she thumps on the ground, to
keep children behaving nicely, if persuasion doesn't help. Before long,
Nanny M has settled disputes amongst the cousins and aids the children
in rescuing the piglets when Phil lets them out. But, with continuing
money problems, a missing in action father, and Phil's tricks, can the
family make it through the harvest? This lovely film is a joy. Many
thanks to Emma T, who not only stars but wrote and produced it, too.
The other cast members, including Gyllenhaal, Smith, Ifans, Ralph
Fiennes, the talented children and all of the others, do the film
justice, too. McGregor's role is almost a cameo but he's there when it
counts. Then, too, the English countryside is gorgeous, the muddy farm
not withstanding, and the cinematography is very fine indeed.
Therefore, the flick is also a feast for the eyes. Costumes and make-up
are wonderful, also, for Gyllenhaal looks so pretty with her bright
baby blues and sweetness. The plot is fun and full of life and so is
the snappy direction. So, in spite of being a sequel, this movie can
stand alone and very well. Nevertheless, a back-to-back viewing of both
films will be nice in the near future. Thank you, dear Emma, for giving
us these two lovely movies. They are smart, funny, magical, offer great
life lessons, and are a splendid return on money spent.