Nanny McPhee

Nanny McPhee

Nanny McPhee

  The seven children of widowed Mr. Brown (Colin Firth) is a proper little rascals who has made it its goal to drive each nanny with all sorts of tricks and in record time from the house. Just now they have got rid of the nanny number 17, but because the anarchic brats, of course, can not be left without supervision, is number 18 already in the starting blocks. This is not exactly pretty, goes by the name of Nanny McPhee and proves to be resourceful for the children as hard lumps. For Nanny McPhee (Emma Thompson) has apparently magical powers, which she also likes to use, so that the offspring of Mr. Brown have a quick show that is not to eat this well Nanny cherries. No sooner have the kids, then it is somehow completely lovable, reconciled with the nanny, is already a new calamity to the house. Namely, Mr. Brown intends to under pressure from the wealthy aunt (Angela Lansbury) to marry again, otherwise threatens to dry up the monthly support of the stern lady. The chosen Selma Quickly (Celia Imrie), however, is a selfish and bitchy bitch, so that the children apply for help to Nanny McPhee, in order to drive the unloved step-mother-in-law out of the house …

The director Kirk Jones has come so far mainly as advertising films in appearance and directed the arthouse hit Waking Ned Devine. His new film Nanny McPhee / Nanny McPhee with Emma Thompson in personal union as a screenwriter and lead actress has blossomed in Britain at a Publikumshit, but whether the success of the island can also be repeated in this country, is whether the dominance of family entertainment from Hollywood questionable. Nanny McPhee / Nanny McPhee is a largely of past perfect, magical family film that has little surprises, and is therefore quickly see through. Nevertheless, the film is so perfectly suited for sensitive children, especially the lovely details of the equipment and the costumes are really nice view. Nevertheless, it is – apart from various movie tricks – the feeling is not wrong, that the movie also could have come equally well from the fifties, with a malicious Doris Day in the lead role. Nevertheless, the film makes a lot more fun than a consequence of the Super Nanny on television, especially to the dear little devils of Nanny McPhee withstand a lot. Since then only one wishes that Nanny McPhee wegzaubert their would-be successors from the boob tube.

Title: Nanny McPhee Original Title: Nanny McPhee Country of production: United Kingdom Year of production: 2005 Length: 97 (Min) of material: UIP

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