Posts Tagged ‘Tina Fey’

On Talking Pictures, Ewan McGregor is Our Kind Of Traitor

May 15 2016

It’s a packed week in cinemas, and just as packed on this week’s Talking Pictures.

Ewan McGregor is in the hot seat for The Big Interview, talking about his latest movie, John Le Carre’s Our Kind Of Traitor.  London Mums’ resident film critic, Freda Cooper, puts the film in the spotlight, alongside the other new releases, Whiskey Tango Foxtrot, starring Tina Fey, and horror/thriller Green Room.  There’s a great line-up of DVDs as well, with Danish drama A War, Oscar winner Room and Janis Joplin documentary, Janis:Little Girl Blue.  Plus, there’s the new top five at the British box office and the week’s movie news.

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Film Review: Whiskey Tango Foxtrot

May 14 2016

You don’t need to be fluent in phonetic alphabet to know what the title of Tina Fey’s latest offering (Whiskey Tango Foxtrot) means.  It’s in cinemas now, certificate 15, and the combination of title and star makes you expect a comedy.  London Mums’ resident film critic, Freda Cooper, finds that appearances are deceptive.

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Captain America and Iron Man on Talking Pictures!

Apr 29 2016

Talking Pictures had a front row seat at this week’s Captain America:Civil War press conference – and so have you!  The stars of the film, Chris Evans and Robert Downey Junior, both have their say on this week’s show, along with Anthony Mackie and Paul Bettany.

London Mums’ resident film critic, Freda Cooper, puts the film under the spotlight, as well as looking at multi award-winning drama Son Of Saul.  Its director, Laszlo Nemes, talks about his approach to making the movie.  And the new releases also include British comedy, Golden Years.

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Talking Pictures: The Verdict On Star Wars

Dec 19 2015

Spoiler-free Star Wars, Sisters and Snoopy are all on the latest edition of Talking Pictures!

The Force is with the big films for the Christmas holiday, with the much-anticipated Star Wars: The Force Awakens well out in front. And London Mums’ resident film critic, Freda Cooper, makes sure her review is entirely spoiler-free.

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