Posts Tagged ‘Ant-Man’

James McAvoy Talks Monsters In Talking Pictures

Dec 08 2015

After last week’s cluster of good, new films, this week is a little quieter.  But there’s still a big name in The Big Interview hot seat on this week’s Talking Pictures. James McAvoy leaves his lab for a while to talk about his new release, Victor Frankenstein, which arrived in cinemas this week.  Also in the spotlight is another new film with a Scottish flavor, Sunset Song, which is set in a rural community in North East Scotland at the turn of the 20th century.  And there’s the first turkey of the festive season in the shape of Christmas With The Coopers.  We’re not related! 

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Weekly Movie News From The latest Talking Pictures

Jul 17 2015

The latest edition of Talking Pictures is out now! Marvel’s latest super-hero movie, Ant-Man, is under the microscope. And the film’s star, Paul Rudd, gives it large on that shrinking feeling!c

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Film Review: Ant-Man

Jul 13 2015

Iron Man, Thor, Captain America …… they’ve all become familiar faces in cinemas over the past couple of years, as the Marvel universe rolls out blockbuster after blockbuster. But super heroes don’t come in just a variety of shapes: they come in different sizes as well, as the latest one shows.

Ant-Man, easily the most diminutive super hero of them all, arrives in cinemas this Friday, 17th, certificate 12A. You may have heard London Mums’ film critic, Freda Cooper, and Monica Costa looking forward to the film in the latest edition of the Talking Pictures podcast, https://soundcloud.com/freda-14/talkingpictures9july2015.  And now it’s time for Freda to find out if there’s more to him than just an ant-i-hero.

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Future Films Heads Up: Summer Movie Preview

Jun 18 2015

It may not be official yet, but 2015 is The Year Of The Blockbuster. Think of what we’ve had so far this year: a glut of films from Disney, including Big Hero 6 and Avengers:Age Of Ultron, the latest in the Divergent series, The Insurgent, one for the grown-ups in the shape of Mad Max:Fury Road and Jurassic World is settling in for the long haul in cinemas.

So what’s lined up for this summer? London Mums’ film critic, Freda Cooper, makes her pick – blockbusters and otherwise.

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