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A deserved hit with cinema audiences, critics and Oscar voters, The King’s Speech took an obscure footnote from royal history and turned it into an enthralling human drama. On paper, the story of a stammering monarch’s relationship with his speech … Continue reading
Here we are, Movie Talk’s Jason & Adele, ready to begin our live report on the Oscars. Sadly we’re not at the Kodak Theater in Hollywood Boulevard but in an office in Southwark. By day, Movie Talk tower (aka the … Continue reading
The dawning of a new decade brings with it much of the ‘same old’ coming to a cinema near you. That means sequels for the Transformers, X-Men, Spy Kids, Sherlock Holmes, Paranormal Activity, Twilight, Final Destination (for the love of … Continue reading
The King’s Speech dominated this year’s British Independent Film Awards – and is already establishing itself as a frontrunner for next year’s Oscars. An audience-pleasing period drama about King George VI’s relationship with his unorthodox Australian speech therapist, the film … Continue reading
The London Film Festival reaches its climax tonight with the gala screening of Danny Boyle’s true-ordeal movie 127 Hours. Last night, however, was the festival’s occasion to hand out its gongs. Sue Perkins was the host at the awards ceremony … Continue reading