Posts tagged ‘Natalie Portman’

May 6, 2016

BBC Oxford reviews, 5th May


Please click the link above to listen to my reviews for BBC Oxford, broadcast 5th May. We look at the films “Florence Foster Jenkins”, “Bad Neighbours 2”, and “Knight of Cups”.

May 6, 2016

City AM: “Florence Foster Jenkins”, “Knight of Cups”, “I Saw The Light” and “These Final Hours” reviews

Florence Foster JenkinsI Saw The LightKnight of CupsThese Final Hours

Above are my reviews of “Florence Foster Jenkins”, “Knight of Cups”, “I Saw The Light” and “These Final Hours” for City AM, published 6th May. The online versions of the reviews can be viewed by clicking the underlined links above.

October 24, 2013

EntertainmentWise: “Thor: The Dark World” review



May 24, 2011

MPC Publications: May 2011

Since 2007 I have written a regular film column, ‘Cinema Paradiso’, for MPC Publications.  Starting as a one page ‘Film of The Month’, over the years it has expanded to a two page film section, with a monthly round up of all the latest releases in addition to a monthly interview with a Hollywood star. The column is syndicated amongst MPC’s 10 publications, covering 100,000 delivery locations in the North London area.

My column for May is below, along with an interview with “Thor” star Chris Hemsworth (click  image for article):

April 27, 2011 “Thor” review…

“Brannagh makes ‘Thor’ a fun, fantastical adventure with plenty of action and humour.” (Click image to read article).

April 14, 2011 “Your Highness” review…

“not the best work of any involved, but Your Highness is gleeful, silly and in places hilarious.” (Click Image To View Article)

March 31, 2011

The National: “Love and Other Impossible Pursuits” review…

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February 24, 2011 “No Strings Attached” review

“Director Ivan Reitman (‘Ghostbusters’) brings enough interesting scenarios and characters to the fore to gloss over the cracks.”

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February 24, 2011 “No Strings Attached” review

No Strings Attached is a naughty and nice film, but one that comes from a director clearly past his best.”

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