Tag Archives: Rebecca Hall

One to Watch – July 22nd 2015

This week’s One to Watch is a big, friendly tale, full of nostalgia and magic. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Closed Circuit

Martin Rose (Eric Bana) and Claudia Simmons-Howe (Rebecca Hall) find themselves on the defence team of a man accused of a destructive act of terrorism. Their past threatens their ability to work together, but it soon becomes clear that their work is threatening their loyalty, and their lives. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Iron Man 3

In the aftermath of Loki’s attack on New York, Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr) finds that his experience with the Avengers left a lasting impression. Meanwhile, a new threat to Iron Man’s world arises in the form of The Mandarin, and some of Tony’s old friends and enemies return. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Lay the Favourite

Beth (Rebecca Hall) is a small town girl with dreams of a glamorous life. When she tires of her job as a private dancer, she packs up and heads to Las Vegas in search of her fortune. Within days of moving into a fleabag motel at the wrong end of the Strip, Beth is introduced to Dink (Bruce Willis), who introduces her to the world of professional gambling. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – The Awakening

It is 1921, Florence Cathcart (Rebecca Hall) is firmly opposed to the idea of the supernatural, in a time where World War 1 and Spanish Flu have wiped out thousands of people in England. Surely this is a time for ghosts? When Florence goes to a boarding school to disprove the appearance of a ghost there, she gets rather more than she bargained for. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – JDIFF 2010: Please Give


The cast of Please Give is fantastic – Catherine Keener, Rebecca Hall, Oliver Platt – but as we have learned with films that have a fantastic cast, sometimes they are making up for what they lack in story. Continue reading

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