Tag Archives: Rebecca Ferguson

Cinema Review – The Girl on the Train

Since she sees her and her seemingly perfect life from the train as it passes her home every morning, Rachel (Emily Blunt) develops a fascination with Megan (Haley Bennett), who seems to have everything that Rachel wants in life – “She’s what I lost, she’s everything I want to be”. One morning, however, Rachel sees something out of the ordinary, and finds herself drawn into a missing persons case. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Florence Foster Jenkins

New York socialite and patron of the arts Florence Foster Jenkins (Meryl Streep) has always had a love of music. When she hears Lily Pons (Aida Garifullina) sing, she becomes convinced that the time is right for her to start taking lessons again, with a view to staging her own concert. The trouble is, Florence Foster Jenkins cannot sing in tune and although she is surrounded by people who support her, none of them seem to want to tell her the truth. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation

Immediately after the events of Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol, with no Secretary in place to guide the IMF, CIA Chief Hunley (Alec Baldwin) sets out to get the IMF shut down. Although the IMF no longer officially exists, Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise) sets out to prove the existence of the shadowy organisation The Syndicate, with the help of his loyal friends Benji (Simon Pegg), Brandt (Jeremy Renner) and Luther (Ving Rhames), and the help of a mysterious and dangerous woman named Ilsa (Rebecca Ferguson). Continue reading

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