Posts Tagged ‘disney’

Film Review: The Good Dinosaur

Nov 24 2015

It’s a Disney-Pixar double bill this week.  Inside Out was released on DVD on Monday and Friday sees the arrival in cinemas of the studio’s latest animation, The Good Dinosaur, certificate PG.  London Mums’ film critic, Freda Cooper, checks out a film that’s light years from prehistoric.

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This Week’s Movie News From Talking Pictures

Aug 31 2015

British movies get pride of place on the latest edition Talking Pictures, presented by London Mums’ resident film critic, Freda Cooper. Drama 45 Years is in the spotlight and, with trophies from Berlin and Edinburgh already under its belt, Freda’s predicting more awards success, especially for one of its stars, Charlotte Rampling. You heard it here first!

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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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Woman Up! – Leading Ladies of Disney

Jun 05 2015

Behind every Disney movie are the beliefs that any dream can come true and that everyone has their own inner strength for both girls like Go Go Tomago and Honey Lemon in Big Hero 6 are empowered to embrace their characters and have their own ideas. We take a look at some of Disney’s best known female characters who share these qualities with Go Go and Honey Lemon.

You can take home and be inspired by these feisty females of Big Hero 6 with the Disney 3D Blu-ray™, Blu-ray™, and DVD & Digital HD which is out now.

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London Mums meet Tomorrowland’s young star Raffey Cassidy

May 24 2015

In between premieres and press conferences for her latest film, Tomorrowland: A World Beyond, rising star Raffey Cassidy chatted with London Mums’ film critic, Freda Cooper, about working with George Clooney – and learning to drive!

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