Posts Tagged ‘When Marnie Was There’

Film Review: Long Way North

Jun 14 2016

While The Mouse House takes something of a breather before the release of Finding Dory next month, non-Disney animation is filling the breach.  Last week it came from Japan with When Marnie Was There and Universal’s The Secret Life Of Pets arrives on the 24th.  Sandwiched in between them is the French/Danish co-production, Long Way North, which opens this Friday, 17th June, certificate PG.

London Mums’ resident film critic, Freda Cooper, dug out her winter woollies.

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Melissa McCarthy’s The Boss in Talking Pictures

Jun 10 2016

Melissa McCarthy’s in charge on this week’s edition of Talking Pictures!  She’s in the Big Interview hot seat, talking about her latest comedy, The Boss, which is directed by her husband, Ben Falcone.  London Mums’ resident film critic Freda Cooper casts her eye over the rest of this week’s new releases, which include Learning To Drive, with Ben Kingsley and Patricia Clarkson, Oscar nominated Embrace Of The Serpent, Japanese animation When Marnie Was There and Michael Moore’s latest documentary, Where To Invade Next.

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Future Films Heads Up: London Film Festival Preview

Sep 02 2015

238 feature films, including 16 world premieres and 8 international premieres, another 182 shorts, interviews, Qs and As, red carpets, flashing cameras …… it all adds up to one thing. The 59th BFI London Film Festival, which runs from Wednesday, 7th to Sunday, 18th October 2015. But with so many films, how do you choose what to see? Easy! London Mums’ resident film critic, Freda Cooper, does it for you!

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