Film review: Don’t Worry Darling starring Florence Pugh and Harry Styles

Sep 25 2022
Harry Styles and Florence Pugh in bed together posing for mums magazine
Think The Stepford Wives meets The Truman Show meets The Matrix. Don’t Worry Darling is an interesting mix of genres that becomes even more peculiar if you add 50s upbeat vinyl music, gorgeous fashion and cars. Throw everything in the middle of an American desert and add a pinch of experimental utopia and you get Don’t Worry Darling. It’s in cinemas now. 

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Film review: Ticket to Paradise starring Julia Roberts and George Clooney

Sep 14 2022
Julia Roberts and George Clooney in film poster ticket to paradise posing for mums magazine
Ticket to Paradise is a romantic comedy starring Julia Roberts and George Clooney about the sweet surprise of second chances. Set in the incredibly beautiful scenery of ‘Bali’ – although it is actually filmed on location in Queensland, Australia – this movie makes you want to book your ticket to go far away from the UK to ride a boat in these crystal blue seas, and have candle-lit dances in lush forests. London Mums reporters have checked it out ahead of release. Ticket to Paradise is in cinemas from tomorrow. 

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Film review: See How They Run

Sep 07 2022

See How They Run is a playful murder mystery with deliciously smart humour set against the backdrop of arguably the world’s most famous murder mystery, The Mousetrap, in London’s West End. 

Running for 68 years, The Mousetrap stood out. Producer Damian Jones (The Iron Lady, Lady In The Van, Absolutely Fabulous) looked and researched the rights and then discovered why it had never been made into a film. A very successful Oscar winning producer at the time, John Woolf, who produced The African Queen, Day of the Jackal, and Olivier!, optioned the rights. There was one clause in the contract which said, ‘you can make the movie six months after the play closes’, and of course, it never closed. 

Genius idea now turned into a lovely family-friendly murder mystery for the big screen. Think Knives Out meets Murder on the Orient Express meets Pink Panther

Finally a comedic Agatha Christie-style crime movie suitable for the whole family. 

See How They Run is in UK cinemas from 9 September 2022.

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