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Saving Mr. Banks YTS
Saving Mr. Banks YTS
2013
Action / Biography / Comedy / Drama / Family / History / Music
80
7.5/10
168.8K
2 hr 5 min

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Plot Summary:
Author P.L. Travers looks back on her childhood while reluctantly meeting with Walt Disney, who seeks to adapt her Mary Poppins books for the big screen.
Director
John Lee Hancock
Top Cast
Tom Hanks as Walt Disney

Paul Giamatti as Ralph

Colin Farrell as Travers Goff

Jason Schwartzman as Richard Sherman


Saving Mr. Banks 2013 720p.BluRay

873.69 MB
1280*720
English 2.0
PG-13

Subtitles
23.976 fps
2 hr 5 min
Seeds 16.

Saving Mr. Banks 2013 1080p.BluRay

1.85 GB
1920*1080
English 2.0
PG-13

Subtitles
23.976 fps
2 hr 5 min
Seeds 9.

Saving Mr. Banks review

Reviewed by zkonedog

10 / 10

Maybe The Best Movie I’ve Seen All Year
As a child, one of my favorite movies was always “Mary Poppins”. Being young, I obviously couldn’t articulate exactly WHY I liked it so much (I’m sure the catchy music had a lot to do with it), but I wore a tract in the VCR with it, that is for sure. After seeing “Saving Mr. Banks”, however, I was astounding to realize perhaps part of the reason why “Mary Poppins” stands the test of time: because the message behind it is one born out of real-life issues.

For a basic plot summary, “Saving Mr. Banks” focuses on P.L. Travers (Emma Thompson), writer of the “Mary Poppins” children’s novel. For 20 years, Walt Disney (Tom Hanks) has been pursuing the rights to make the book into a movie, finally culminating in him flying Travers to Los Angeles to begin work on the project. When Travers wants full creative control and clashes monumentally with Disney’s version of the film, it is revealed (via flashbacks) how personal the Poppins story truly is to Travers.

The reason why this movie is so touching and genuine is because it works on two different levels:

On one hand, it brings back incredible nostalgia for fans of Disney’s “Mary Poppins”. Just hearing the iconic music again and seeing how key plot/character points came together is exciting.

On the other hand, those (though probably few and far between) who haven’t seen the movie will still be intrigued by the fascinating backstory of P.L. Travers. More specifically, the role her father (played by Colin Farrell) played in her life and how that relationship shaped her persona even into adulthood. Some fascinating human dynamics that prove out the old “truth is stranger than fiction” maxim.

The hallmark of “Saving Mr. Banks”, though, is its ability to have audiences laughing, crying, singing, and feeling all in the span of two hours. The complex characters, catchy tunes, and use of flashbacks prove a potent mixture of drama and fun. This is truly a film for the entire family.

Until recently, “Prisoners” had been cemented atop my “Best Movie of 2013” list. “Saving Mr. Banks”, however, is just as good, if only in a completely different way. I’m sure I’ll enjoy some more genre Hollywood fare this holiday season (“Hobbit 2”, “Anchorman 2”, “Grudge Match”, etc.), but I have a feeling that when all is said and done, this one will still be at the top of the heap.Read More