Adam Gopnick Considers Travers and Disney (and the Cohns and Dave Van Ronk)

On another front, I have never enjoyed a film that I disapproved of so much as “Saving Mr. Banks.” It is, so to speak, the “Birth of a Nation” of family movies: it presents so skewed and fundamentally vile a view of the essential matter at hand that you are all the more astounded by how well it’s done.

From Behind Two Good Movies, Two Great Books.

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