Posts tagged ‘mark wahlberg’

February 15, 2019

City AM: A Private War and Instant Family reviews

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February 15, 2019

BBC Coventry and Warwickshire reviews, 14th February

Please click the image above to listen to my reviews for BBC Coventry and Warwickshire, broadcast 14th February. I review the films The Kid Who Would Be King, A Private War, and Instant Family.

September 26, 2018

Radio Times: Mile 22, Permission, Operation Finale, The Intent 2, and Dear Dictator reviews.

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September 14, 2018

City AM: Crazy Rich Asians, Superfly and Mile 22 reviews

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December 20, 2017

Metro: All The Money In The World review


Please click on the image above to read my review of All The Money In The World for Metro UK.

November 16, 2017

Metro: Film Stars Don’t Die In Liverpool, Ingrid Goes West, and Daddy’s Home 2

Please click the logos above to read my reviews of Film Stars Don’t Die In Liverpool, Ingrid Goes West, and Daddy’s Home 2 for Metro.

October 10, 2016

BBC Oxford reviews, 30th September & 7th October


Please click the images below to listen to the following broadcasts for BBC Oxford on iPlayer…


30th September: reviews of “Mrs Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children”, “Free State of Jones” and “Deepwater Horizon”.


7th October: reviews of “War on Everyone”, “Blood Father” and “My Scientology Movie”.

July 13, 2015

BBC Oxford Appearances, 6-9 July.

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Please click below to listen to my appearances on BBC Oxford from 6-9 July.

David Prever Drivetime Show, Home Entertainment Review, 6th July

David Prever Drivetime Show, Cinema Review, 10th July: reviewing “Ted 2”, “Song of The Sea” and “Love and Mercy”.

July 10, 2015

CityAM: “Ted 2” review.


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Please click the image above to read my review of “Ted 2”, as published in the 10th July edition of CityAM.

January 23, 2015

EntertainmentWise: “Ex Machina”, “The Gambler” and “A Most Violent Year” reviews

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sets the bar high for most of the sci-fi heading our way this year.

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you can’t help but feel this might have been more with another player at the table.

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a gritty, engrossing story with two exceptional leads.