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Keith?: Joseph Millson's masterclass in comic acting

Posted: Feb, 22, 2019

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Keith?, currently running at the Arcola Theatre until March 9th, has been receiving great reviews, with particular mention for Joseph's performance(s). Read the full reviews via the links below.

With dialogue being pure dynamite, the cast brings it to life without a single dull moment. Sara Powell is the explosive, quick-tempered mother Veena, Natalie Klamar is a brilliantly hysterical millennial daughter and Joseph Millson is hilarious in both his South-African and Serbian versions. Litro

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All The Devil's Men: Millson particularly giving a credible performance

Posted: Dec, 19, 2018

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A few reviews for All The Devil's Men - now available to stream online - have been shared online. It's fair to say that some of the reviews have been mixed, however Joseph Millson as Deighton has had some kind comments posted about his performance in the film.

Some of the slack is taken up by the supporting players, with Fichtner, Akkinaghbe and particularly Milson giving credible performances. Hollywood Reporter

They track their rogue via his one known acquaintance, Deighton (Joseph Millson of TV’s “The Last Kingdom,” impressive in this part). Roger's Movie Nation

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All The Devil's Men: Joseph Millson was a standout in this

Posted: Dec, 03, 2018

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Action thriller All The Devil's Men has its digital release today in the UK! Find it on iTunes and Amazon Prime Video. The region 2 DVD will be released on January 14th 2019. US fans have been able to see the film in theatres, and can also stream the digital version from December 7th 2018.

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Tango One: Regan and Millson lend some gravitas to their respective roles

Posted: Mar, 21, 2018

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Tango One was released in the UK on DVD last Monday, and is now available to buy via Amazon, iTunes and other DVD outlets. The photo shared above is of the Tango One cast and crew screening, celebrating the DVD release. 

There only seems to be one review for Tango One so far, which is a bit mixed, though has kind words to say about Joseph Millson's performance. 

On the plus side, Regan and Millson lend some gravitas to their respective roles. Donovan and Hathaway are intended to be deadly opponents but this isn’t properly established and may have made a stronger centre for the drama.

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Apologia: Joseph Millson is excellent as both siblings

Posted: Aug, 08, 2017

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The Official London Theatre website 'storyfied' Joseph's Instagram takeover from Saturday - embedded below, while a few more wonderful reviews for Joseph's performances as Simon and Peter in Apologia have been shared online yesterday. 

...the performances that impressed most were those from Laura Carmichael as an earnest Christian outsider and Joseph Millson in a dual role, playing the central character's sons... ...Millson shines, however, as the troubled Peter and the downright broken Simon, blood-stained and battered to the core. Since they're not meant to be twins, it's not exactly clear why Lloyd has chosen to cast just one actor in both parts, but Millson makes the choice work and seem like more than just a cost-cutting exercise. The Hollywood Reporter

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