Senin, 12 Desember 2011

Nanny McPhee (Resensi)

Release Date              :           August 20, 2010
Director                       :           Susanna White
Writer                          :           Emma Thomp
Cast                         :        Emma Thompson, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Rhys Ifans,   Maggie Smith, Asa Butterfield, Ralph Fiennes
Duration                     :           100 minutes
Nanny McPhee is dispatched to help a family in desperate need of order. Isabel Green lives with her three children on a rundown family farm in the countryside. Her husband, Rorry, is away at war in overseas. Poor Isabel must cope with a lazy brother in law determined to make her sell the farm. A part time job with a funny absent minded shopkeeper and the arrival of two children posh cousins Cyril and Celia, sent from London for safety but creating demage as soon as they arrive.
Nanny McPhee discovers that Isabel’s children are fighting a war of their own against two spoiled city cousins who have just moved in and refuse to leave. Relying on everything from a flying motorcycle, statue that comes to life, a tree climbing piglet and a baby elephant who turns up in the oddest places. Nanny McPhee uses her magic to teach her mischievous charges five new lessons.
Vlahos and Asa Butterfield, as Isabel's oldest children, the movie have most effective scene, in which they confront Ralph Fiennes, playing Vlahos' stiff military dad, during the boys' quick trip to London to learn the fate of Butterfield's father. This would include Maggie Smith's turn as a forgetful old shopkeeper and Sam Kelly as an aging air raid warden. In the title role, Thompson wisely lets her makeup artist do much of the initial work. The moles and hair do start to disappear as the children learn her lessons, leaving her more or less recognizable by movie's end. Meanwhile, she uses her commanding voice to bring the movies energy to her character while standing aside to give the child protagonists plenty of room to romp.
The movies one other concession to modernity, besides the computer graphics, is the relentless poo poo and flatulence jokes that have been inserted, ostensibly to make scream with delight. Maggie Smith that is, Dame Maggie Smith playing a demented shopkeeper, plops down on a wet cow patty and announces that her seat is quite comfy. At another point, the movie leaves you with the impression that Nanny has apologized for flatulence.
In my opinion, Nanny McPhee is the hilarious and heartwarming fable that has enchanted children around the world. This film was amazing, I couldn't take my eyes off the screen. This film had a lot more laugh out loud moments. It had synchronised swimming pigs, flying side cars and miserable cousins. I won't reveal the details except to say that they are universally delightful, and as for the ending never cries in movies, was seen to twinkle away a tear.
So what is the moral of this story? As one of the characters stated, “You got to have a little faith.” The family was going through difficult times, yet with a little faith they were able to overcome their issues with the help of Nanny McPhee. In the same way, if we put our faith in God, he will always be there for us and will help us overcome obstacles that stand in our way. This is a great family film with excellent moral standings. Children will learn lessons on the importance of sharing and obeying their parents, as well as respecting their parents and others as well as getting along with their siblings rather than fighting with them Overall, this movie was enormously entertaining, and I highly recommend it. You may enjoy a cheap laugh.

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