Spoiler Alert: in this movie, Mary Poppins returns. As Emily Blunt, not Julie Andrews.
I can't help but observe that this moves Mary up a couple notches on the sexy scale. Is it just me?
You need to remember that the original movie had Mary nannying Michael and Jane. They're all grown up here, and widower Michael has his own brood: Annabel, Georgie, and John. And Michael's in deep financial trouble, about to lose his house.
Fortunately, Mary shows up. (It seems to take a real long time for her to show up.) And does her usual thing: taking the kids into semi-animated fantasies with big song-and-dance production numbers.
And (spoiler alert for real this time): Dick Van Dyke!