Posts tagged ‘Owen Wilson’

February 16, 2018

Metro: Father Figures review

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Please click the image above to read my review of Father Figures for Metro.

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December 1, 2017

City AM: Wonder, Happy End and The Man Who Invented Christmas reviews

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Please click the image above to read the larger versions of my lastest reviews for City AM.

July 14, 2017

BBC Oxford reviews, 13th July

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Please click the link above to listen to my reviews for BBC Oxford, broadcast 13th July 2017. I review the films War For The Planet of The Apes, Cars 3 and The Beguiled, as well as looking at the UK Box Office and events around Oxford.

 

May 6, 2017

Radio Times: The Journey, Sleepless and Lost In London Reviews.

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September 4, 2015

BBC Oxford Appearances, 24 August- 3 September

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Please click the links below to listen to my latest appearances on BBC Oxford.

Jamie Crick’s Drivetime Show, Home Entertainment Review, 24th August: my pick of the week’s TV and home entertainment releases

Jamie Crick’s Drivetime Show, Cinema Review, 27th August: Reviewing “Hitman: Agent 47”, “We Are Your Friends” and “Straight Outta Compton”; as well as looking at the UK Box Office and events in Oxford.

David Prever’s Drivetime Show, Cinema Review, 3rd September: reviewing “Ricki and The Flash”, “American Ultra” and “No Escape” as well as looking at the UK Box Office and events in Oxford.

September 4, 2015

Radio Times: “No Escape” and “American Ultra” reviews

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please click the links below to read the following reviews for Radio Times:

American Ultra starring Jesse Eisenberg and Kristen Dunst

No Escape starring Owen Wilson.

 

October 5, 2011

Muveez.com: “Midnight In Paris” review…

“possibly Allen’s best film in years.”

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March 8, 2011

Muveez.com: “Hall Pass” review

“Although it tries very hard to be a kind of middle-aged version of The Hangover, The Farrellys don’t quite hit the high notes and produce a rather tame comedy by their own eye-watering standards.” (Click image to read article)