Film Theory: Don't Trust The Banks! (Disney's Mary Poppins)

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  • Published on Dec 23, 2018
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    In the original Mary Poppins, Mr. Banks attempts to get his son Michael to invest his little bit of change in the bank. He says that one day it will make him rich... but would it? Is Mr. Banks dooming his son to financial ruin or is this sound advice? Let's find out!
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  • Thomas Graham
    Thomas Graham Day ago

    He could sell the coin for a lot of money it would be an antique

  • Maggie Breeze
    Maggie Breeze Day ago +1

    Love this I play Bert in my schools production of Mary Poppins

  • Ranbom Person
    Ranbom Person Day ago

    I’ve seen Mary poppins 100 times

  • AmbU
    AmbU Day ago

    it is not a remake it is a sequal.

  • Keira Harris
    Keira Harris 2 days ago

    There was an actually kid called Jack In Mary Poppins???

  • ribex01
    ribex01 4 days ago

    0:02 how many times did you have to train for that one sentence?

  • Ambear Anime girl
    Ambear Anime girl 6 days ago

    1964 was the year my dad was born and he is 54 so u might think I am quite old but I am only 12

  • Noobcraft Gamer
    Noobcraft Gamer 7 days ago +2

    At the beginning he sounds like odd1sout

  • Ashley Manglona
    Ashley Manglona 7 days ago

    *Dont trust the banks*
    “Wh-wh-what? You only knew that now?”
    Oh and can u do a video on Coraline?

  • nutmeg418
    nutmeg418 7 days ago

    I would save a hundred years for Jaffa cakes

  • 1985 BTF VMB
    1985 BTF VMB 8 days ago

    My dad is older than that😚

  • Says You
    Says You 9 days ago

    If he would have kept the coins as collectables they would be worth $90 today

  • Troy Moreau
    Troy Moreau 9 days ago

    Farthing fart-hing

  • Dr Fodwazle
    Dr Fodwazle 9 days ago

    1:32

    Really? I found the movie ridiculously boring and slow. Even my mum found it boring

  • Charlie Sthill
    Charlie Sthill 11 days ago

    You should watch these docus. :
    BBC Documentary 2015 HD The International Marketing Gold & Silver History. ; abro conus. ; Yt.
    Century of Enslavement: The History of The Federal Reserve ; corbettreport. ; yt

  • Mason Connor
    Mason Connor 11 days ago

    I didn't watch this since I'm too young

  • Roxor128
    Roxor128 13 days ago

    Little bit about bonds: Regular bonds have a maturity date when they return your original investment and pay you interest in the meantime. Perpetual bonds don't mature and just keep paying interest forever (or until the issuer goes bust). Those people who hold the converted bonds from WW1 will still be getting interest payments more than a century after their ancestors bought them.
    Unlike bank accounts, bonds don't pay compound interest because the interest isn't reinvested. They just pay you. If you buy $10000 worth of bonds at 4% interest, they'll pay you $400 every year until they mature (if ever).
    Inflation, however, will have an impact on the value of your returns. A 3% inflation rate gives money a half-life of around 23 years. If your bonds mature in 25 years, those last couple of years will feel half as powerful as the first ones did. Oh, and if you think 25 years seems a bit extreme, it's not. The ASX lists a couple of dozen Australian government bonds, and as of March 2019, there are two with maturity dates more than 20 years away, with the longest maturing in 2047.

  • Ryan Jameson
    Ryan Jameson 15 days ago

    Here is my biggest question:



    How is a bag full bag of bird feed, or any pack of any food, worth 0.0833 pounds?

  • Margaret Coomes
    Margaret Coomes 16 days ago

    I've never seen mary poppins

  • Kathleen Newton
    Kathleen Newton 16 days ago

    It doesn’t matter now because the actor who played Micheal is dead

  • YouTubercrystal Drea
    YouTubercrystal Drea 16 days ago

    Why did you delete the bee movie bee theory

  • Josephina Cooper
    Josephina Cooper 17 days ago

    It’s not a remake it’s a preview to last movie

  • Ammar Harith
    Ammar Harith 17 days ago

    Dick van Dyke.
    What a name.

  • electro nerd
    electro nerd 17 days ago

    You should’ve talked about the inflation Scrooge mcduck caused in your Disney XD sponsored episode

  • neolithiumproduction
    neolithiumproduction 17 days ago

    Yes, true. But that's on the mindset of him only investing the two pence and never another dollar (pound, whatever) for the rest of his life.. They were trying to teach him about creating an account and saving money.

  • Orion Beecher
    Orion Beecher 18 days ago

    mat pat.. are you american?

  • Orion Beecher
    Orion Beecher 18 days ago

    lol thanks

  • Crazy PANDA
    Crazy PANDA 18 days ago +1

    I go ASDA or ALDI not TESCO....

  • shreyas ganesh
    shreyas ganesh 19 days ago

    9:27 Shows a M26 Pershing While talking bout WW I #historicalaccuracyFTW

  • The awesome General
    The awesome General 20 days ago +1

    did you account for the 1910 twopence to be kept intact and sold to a collecter?

  • David loves to game
    David loves to game 23 days ago

    they left it in the bank

  • Chloe Mcnulty
    Chloe Mcnulty 23 days ago

    I work in Tesco 😂😂just made me laugh

  • Nayreeya mitchell
    Nayreeya mitchell 23 days ago

    my school just performed mary poppins the musical (that i was in) and i cant seem to GET THE HELL AWAY FROM MARY POPPINS OMG.

  • Reyna
    Reyna 23 days ago

    If the old lady really DID care about the pigeons, then she would just feed the pigeons

  • Bificalera1
    Bificalera1 23 days ago

    I did not watch the movie and I know nothing about Banks. This was very confusing...

  • Noris Niffler
    Noris Niffler 24 days ago

    LIN MANUEL MIRANDA!!!
    and emily blunt too

  • Galaxy Stuff
    Galaxy Stuff 24 days ago

    I haven’t watch either

  • ocgaming
    ocgaming 25 days ago

    What's a doler

  • troy neenan
    troy neenan 25 days ago

    Yes, but Michele would probably be dead anyway as he had to live through both WW1 and WW2. He would have also been putting money into the bank and taking it out all his life. Unless the tupence was the only income that he ever earned for the entire length of his life. And let's face it it probably was, he just cost his father his job.

  • Oma Wash
    Oma Wash 26 days ago

    Do one on... something

  • freasaurusrex
    freasaurusrex 26 days ago +4

    Being British and watching this is honestly a blessing

  • Henry Smith
    Henry Smith 27 days ago

    And then the second movie debunked your theory, even though I liked the theory.

  • Box
    Box 27 days ago

    to the highest degree
    ruining childhood for war far too long
    the next one is on if pooh bear has a bong

  • Dylan Randall
    Dylan Randall 27 days ago

    As someone who is British I finally get your referenced

  • Aguyfrom theuk
    Aguyfrom theuk 27 days ago

    Y did u use a brexit March when I was just about to forget about it

  • ingrid osorio verdugo
    ingrid osorio verdugo 28 days ago

    so that's why the family is so poor in the new movie

  • Siri Serious
    Siri Serious 28 days ago

    I’m British, having breakfast crumpets and tea and yesterday I went to Tesco’s....

  • Paws The Game
    Paws The Game 28 days ago +1

    Honestly, I was too caught up in Mary Poppin's magicalness that I didn't pay a single bit of attention to anything else in the plot when I was a kid. It's still hard for me to remember anything other than her in the movie.

  • Ssugakookiezz
    Ssugakookiezz 29 days ago

    How am I learning more history than in my history class?

  • Priv 6464
    Priv 6464 29 days ago

    Next video idea: literally anything from how to train your dragon
    1. Location of the hidden world
    2. Could hiccups flight suit work
    3. Could hiccups fire-sword work
    4. Could you fly on a dragon without dying

  • Kathryn Thomas
    Kathryn Thomas Month ago

    I'm Mary Poppins yall

  • Amor Venus Cunag
    Amor Venus Cunag Month ago +1

    I THOUGHT *"FARTING"*

  • Frank Ruby
    Frank Ruby Month ago

    Why did I watch this

  • ashleyofoz
    ashleyofoz Month ago

    Now I'm confused. Not by the math, but because I just got back from the new movie: video says that mr. banks used the tuppence to buy the kite, but in the sequel, the banker says Michael invested the tuppence -- and that kite is like an important part of the new movie too so like??? I am confused. Either Matt misspoke or Disney retroactively changed the ending of the first movie

  • Ellie Rue
    Ellie Rue Month ago

    The little boys name is Michael? Hm. He wouldn't happen to get a pac-man tatoo later in life, would he?

  • Jaxon Valverde
    Jaxon Valverde Month ago +1

    Michael is rich😂

  • Juan Carlos Diaz
    Juan Carlos Diaz Month ago

    I thought that guy say supercalifragilisticexpialidocious and “megirl” thought he ask her hand in marriage.

  • RICO GOLDSTAR
    RICO GOLDSTAR Month ago +1

    She used a Jedi Mind Trick. Now that Disney owns Star Wars, was Mary Poppins A Jedi?

  • John Godfrey Malig
    John Godfrey Malig Month ago

    So in this video, you just asked one simple question, and then went on to give us a lecture on banks, inflation, investments, bonds, and general economy. And *then* give us the extremely simple answer to the initial question given- which had almost nothing to do with just about 3/4ths of the video. Nice.

  • Bee Bee
    Bee Bee Month ago +1

    I actually don’t like Mary Poppins that much

    • PinkFox 93
      PinkFox 93 Month ago

      *dramatic gasp* BETRAYAL

    • Bee Bee
      Bee Bee Month ago +1

      Might as well start t posing

  • Chara and Friends
    Chara and Friends Month ago

    Matpat u need ...*NEED* TO send us ur intro on something.(is it on itunes) i just really love DA intro

  • Guild of Geek
    Guild of Geek Month ago

    Funny given Einstein was anti capitalist

  • Bradley. C
    Bradley. C Month ago

    I have recently watched the new movie and I realized that the life scene is like the balloon song at the end

  • Sakura Chikatta
    Sakura Chikatta Month ago

    The new one wasn't as good... -_-"

  • Purple Walrus
    Purple Walrus Month ago

    And by 24 he was wearing pants

  • Fl upen
    Fl upen Month ago +1

    What do you mean by BLOODY TUPENCE SINCE YOU SAID THEY ARE TWO PENNIES just please explain
    oh wait he’s getting 3.5% compound interest and 3.5% of 2 pennies is smaller than any farthing farting (sorry) and faring

  • Isaac Fowler
    Isaac Fowler Month ago +1

    dude im British ... i can tell you right now it doesn't cost anywhere close to 5-10 quid for paper and string i wish you didnt cut that part out of your script since i wanna know how you figured that out hahahah

  • C B
    C B Month ago

    wow that was my favorite movie thank....but i like you channel

  • Lenka Junová
    Lenka Junová Month ago

    Thanks for the shout-out to Czechoslovakia... that was a s*it deal indeed :-D

  • Oliver Janesch
    Oliver Janesch Month ago

    Schilling was used in austria before the € came

  • brian ng
    brian ng Month ago

    tl;dr, to get rich, buy Rolex, and sell Rolex

  • Jae CC & Lels
    Jae CC & Lels Month ago

    This now ruins the sequel

  • Abigail Gott
    Abigail Gott Month ago

    My head is spinning, this is a confusing web you've spun ,I knew I have an IQ of a walnut, but it SERIOUSLY sounds like your speaking a different language....

  • Ashley Fedder
    Ashley Fedder Month ago

    I agree if the guy isn't as good as dick Van dyke I will all time made cus he isy hero

  • Corgi Queen
    Corgi Queen Month ago

    *when you have never watched Mary Poppins because your brother is too stubborn*

  • Laurent Nackers
    Laurent Nackers Month ago +1

    Mary Poppins is my favorite movie as a child

  • Jiba Geolas
    Jiba Geolas Month ago

    Look ok, I don't give a frick frack, this movie made me cry, so yeah.

  • Valerie Soliman
    Valerie Soliman Month ago

    did you do mary poppins returns?

  • Lily Kawaii
    Lily Kawaii Month ago

    Wait... wait... His last name is Banks and his father works at a bank... SMH tv logic

  • Lily Kawaii
    Lily Kawaii Month ago

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    I wouldn
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    I wouldn't think you would actually expect me to make one this long. Pffffft. :3

  • Lily Kawaii
    Lily Kawaii Month ago

    We watch Mary Poppins in music almost *EVERY* year. Yeah, it's that well-known and loved.

  • Minecraft , roblox , FNAF Guy

    My nan was ten when it first came out

  • Adam Evans
    Adam Evans Month ago

    End the Fractional Banking system! End the Central Banking system! End the Fiat Currency system!
    Return to Full-Reserve Banking! Return to Decentralized Banking! Return to the Representative Banking system!
    Hitler was right, I hate the Jews! We gave the world to Communist-Cult leaders, and agents of hatred against the White Race!
    If the Western powers stayed out of the war, the Axis would have ended the threat of Communism by destroying the USSR, The Middle East would not have been dominated by the death-cult of Islam, and Africa would not be a complete fucking shithole with an exponentially-increasing population that lives by sucking the life force out of the western world via foreign aid.
    If Hitler won, the west would have eventually kicked out the communist jews behind the women's and civil rights movements that transformed balitmore, detroit, and chicago into complete shitholes full of constant violence and corruption, and we would have never had the jewish warhawk agitations and deceptions that led us into so many wars, we wouldn't have heard the word "holocaust", but we'd know all about the holodamor, and, most importantly, we wouldn't be opening our countries to millions of people who had destroyed their own countries, and want to do the same to ours. rapists, murderers, torturers, assaulters, bullies, arsonists, vandals, thieves, fraudsters, invaders, occupiers, and so on, literally inbred retards (IQ below 70 is literally the medical definition of intelectual retardation, and it's the average of sub-saharan africa, while the middle east has the highest rates of inbreeding in the world, and the tradition continues when they arrive at their "new homes") who are ugly as fuck (look at them and tell me that you don't think they must have some birth defect), never get work (if they do it's in telling lies in the field of journalism and politics, in accordance with the koran-proscribed practice of deception in the interests of islamic conquest, or halal food, restaurants that serve shitty middle eastern and african food that smells like shit and looks like turds, and refuse to serve non-muslim customers), commit all manner of the worst possible kinds of crimes (at worst, I'm talking organized crimes of sexual violence committed against young children, which are then covered up and aided by the government), collect benefits and pop out more filth like themselves (they are a net loss, and every second they've had so many of their little fucking hellspawns that the loss keeps growing at an exponential rate), all while bragging about how superior they are and how they are going to kill the people who took them in and steal their land, and the worst thing is, they are probably right unless we get mean and fucking do something to stop them.
    Oh, and another thing, the french have already begun doing something, targetting the banks and synagogues, wearing yellow vests all the while, and pre-emptively striking out against the police, they no longer care about public opinion, the majority of indigenous french agree with them, fucking tear shit up!
    TAKE A LOOK, THE YELLOW VEST RIOTS ARE THE BEGINNING OF MY IDEOLOGY TAKING OVER, DON'T BOTHER ARGUING AGAINST ME FOR I HAVE ALREADY WON!

  • Special Agent Washing Tub

    "The remake of Mary Poppins..."
    Errrrr

  • Spring Trap
    Spring Trap Month ago

    Do agame called Baldi’s basics

  • Artist Raven
    Artist Raven Month ago

    This takes place in 1910 the edvicde happened WAYYYYYYYYYY after

  • Earlier Deer
    Earlier Deer Month ago

    I find it insane that a pound was originally a pound of gold.

  • Circus Gacha
    Circus Gacha Month ago

    It’s not a remake it’s the second Mary poppins

  • alisaboredf meow
    alisaboredf meow Month ago +75

    Lin Manuel Miranda went from fighting the Britsh to becoming one

  • Hardly Bardly
    Hardly Bardly Month ago

    Despite the stress he endured, I found Mr. Banks' enthusiasm in his job very refreshing. David Tomlinson pulled off a character that truly took pride in his work, despite it being in a position that most kids watching would have seen as a boring job. As an adult, it makes so much more sense that someone like Mr. Banks whose literal name was wrapped up in his job would have a bit of identity crisis upon being discharged. However, the fact that he has loved ones that care for him regardless (and has just grown a sense of humor, thanks to Mary Poppins and the children) helped keep the aftermath of his firing from going into much darker territory.
    Great job as usual, MatPat!

  • Monserrat Mazlum
    Monserrat Mazlum Month ago

    Fun fact, in the spanish version of the movie, the line is "I said it one night to me girl, and now her mother is my wife"

  • Hatoku Hiro
    Hatoku Hiro Month ago

    but my mom works at metro bank and more *she has 2 works*

  • Ashda Sheppp
    Ashda Sheppp Month ago

    Sorry the new movie sucked

  • Gavin gaming101
    Gavin gaming101 Month ago

    Lin needs to comment at some point!!!

  • Wayne Pollard
    Wayne Pollard Month ago

    I live in Belize a country that follows the British system so the word shilling is an everyday word.It means 25 cents seriously a 1 year old can tell you that

  • KillOrBeKilledQueen 05

    When the saving grace of the Banks home is something that should not exists according to actual financial records.

  • Katie Has Life
    Katie Has Life Month ago

    I saw a news story that people were saying Mary Poppins promotes blackface in the chimney scene -_-

  • Valerie Farquharson

    Matpat:fffffff film film theory!

    Me:chim chimney chim chim charoo

  • Ryan McKnabb
    Ryan McKnabb Month ago

    Why did it stay at just 2 Teppins (However you spell it). Wouldn't Michael have put more money into the bank as he grew older?