The Mary Poppins Test

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I love Mary Poppins and I don’t really understand anyone who doesn’t. Is there a film for you that can decide whether or not you can be friends with someone or not?

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  • Comment number 135. Posted by MovieGeek

    on 23 Dec 2013 00:23

    E.T. and Stand by Me are the ones for me. If you rubbish them, then you can forget about even talking to me.

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  • Comment number 134. Posted by achorsfield

    on 17 Dec 2013 23:06

    I think I would find it very difficult to accept any criticisms of The Usual Suspects; in my opinion it is possibly the greatest film ever made. Also, The Lion King. A true classic that resonates with all ages, and pulls at your heartstrings as well as rousing your vocal chords with a soundtrack that certainly matches Mary Poppins.
    (Glad to see someone has mentioned Drive as well, it's a truly incredible film.)

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  • Comment number 133. Posted by TonyEllisPhotographycouk

    on 15 Dec 2013 11:13

    Blade Runner = The Only perfect film.

    (Have not yet watched Silent Running or Withnail and I)

    Anyone who says they enjoy film and cannot see the perfect balance of score, script, cinematography, performance (central especially - Ford is radioactive throughout) and design is an oxygen thief.

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  • Comment number 132. Posted by fanboy3

    on 13 Dec 2013 11:38

    First off I absolutely love Mary Poppins but the defining film for me works in reverse, I cannot bear the dreadful Sound of Music and don't get on with anyone who does because the very metion of the film sends me off on a tirade against shmaltz and sentimentality

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  • Comment number 131. Posted by Pinhead Max

    on 8 Dec 2013 12:09

    For me, it's "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen". I'm sorry, I hate thinking this way, but anyone who likes that movie has instantly lost all my respect.

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  • Comment number 130. Posted by Remarkablechap

    on 8 Dec 2013 01:13

    A while back I found out that somebody I WAS friendly with HATED "Inception". There is no way we can be friends now. How can anybody NOT think that film is just brilliant?!

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  • Comment number 129. Posted by richsalt

    on 7 Dec 2013 00:52

    Blade Runner.

    And you have you know if someone prefers Alien or Aliens.

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  • Comment number 128. Posted by Jessica Speed

    on 6 Dec 2013 00:36

    The reverse of this is also true, if someone loves a film you don't. Every time I hear someone say Some Like it Hot is the funniest film ever I think 'nobody's perfect'.

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  • Comment number 127. Posted by Mathna

    on 4 Dec 2013 08:57

    My Dad took me to see 'Maori Pawpins' when I was about 7. He never forgave Dick van Dyke for his appalling 'Cockney' accent and nor should anyone else...

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  • Comment number 126. Posted by a_dancing_man

    on 4 Dec 2013 06:16

    A now ex-friend managed to sit through the entire Spinal Tap without so much as a titter. He turned to me when it finished and he said it really put our different humor's in perspective, 'yeah too much' I replied 'too much bloody perspective'...I still occasionally frequent his grave and sing Barbershop Raga at it with my real friends...

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