Posts tagged ‘don jon’

November 20, 2013

BBC Radio Oxford: “Films On Friday”, 15th November

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Please click the player above to hear my segment “Films On Friday” for BBC Radio Oxford, as broadcast on 15/11/2013. I review the films “The Butler”, “The Counsellor” and “Don Jon” as well as preview cinema-related events happening around the county.

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November 16, 2013

EntertainmentWise: “The Butler”, “The Counsellor” & “Don Jon” reviews

PLEASE CLICK ON THE IMAGES TO READ THE CORRESPONDING ARTICLE

 

THE BUTLER

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“Two very special performances”

 

THE COUNSELLOR

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“Like so many films this year, ‘The Counsellor’ has fallen short of expectations”

DON JON

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“Exactly the sort of sex comedy we’ve been crying out for”

two very special performances at the heart of this film
Read more at http://www.entertainmentwise.com/reviews/132759/REVIEW-The-Butler#sCuItvIyB5PYlym5.99
two very special performances at the heart of this film
Read more at http://www.entertainmentwise.com/reviews/132759/REVIEW-The-Butler#sCuItvIyB5PYlym5.99
October 22, 2013

Zone One Radio: “The LFF Show” complete series

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I’ve just finished presenting a radio mini–series on the London Film Festival for Zone One Radio, recorded at the famous Riverside Studios in London.

The three part series previews the festival in the first episode, reviews the festivals opening movies in the second, and summarises the festival as a whole in the third.

All three episodes are available on iTunes on ZoneOne podcast channel, or by clicking the links below:

 

EPISODE ONE: LFF preview with me and Entertainment Focus’ Jason Palmer. Featuring previews of all the major films opening the festival.

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EPISODE TWO: review of the first week of the festival with Cassam Looch of Movie Vortex and Yahoo! Movies. Featuring reviews of “Gravity”, “”Good Ol’ Freida” and “Labor Day”

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EPISODE THREE: Jason Palmer returns to sum up the festival, with reviews of “12 Years A Slave”, “Don Jon”, and our own festival awards!

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