When a nameless thirty-ish yuppie grows bored of his comfortable life, he becomes involved in an anarchic subculture called "Fight Club", lead by charismatic Tyler Durden. But is this a hard-edged vacation from normalcy, or participation in the de-evolution of a civilized society?
Edward Norton .... Narrator Brad Pitt .... Tyler Durden Helena Bonham Carter .... Marla Singer Meat Loaf .... Robert Paulson
A mysterious video tape is killing off anyone who watches it. Whenever the victim watches it, the phone rings, telling them they have only one week to live. A young reporter named Rachel is investigating these events, but after she and her small son watch the tape, it becomes a race against time to find out why the tape is killing everyone and how it could be stopped.
Naomi Watts .... Rachel Keller Martin Henderson .... Noah Clay David Dorfman .... Aidan Keller Brian Cox .... Richard Morgan Jane Alexander .... Dr. Grasnik Lindsay Frost .... Ruth Embry Amber Tamblyn .... Katie Embry Rachael Bella .... Rebecca Kotler Daveigh Chase .... Samara Morgan Shannon Cochran .... Anna Morgan
Uma Thurman stars in Quentin Tarantino's fourth film venture, Kill Bill. Thurman plays a character known as the Bride, a pregnant assassin who is shot by her boss, Bill (David Carradine), on her wedding day, leaving herself and the wedding guests lying for dead. She survives and after being in a coma for five years, she wakes to seek revenge on her co-workers and boss who had attacked her. She sets out to strike down her once fellow assassins, leaving Bill for last.
Uma Thurman .... The Bride Lucy Liu .... O-Ren Ishii Vivica A. Fox .... Vernita Green Daryl Hannah .... Elle Driver David Carradine .... Bill Michael Madsen .... Budd Julie Dreyfus .... Sofie Fatale Chiaki Kuriyama .... Go Go Yubari Sonny Chiba .... Hattori Hanzo
Directed by: Taylor Hackford Writing credits: Stephen King (book) Tony Gilroy (screenplay)
Dolores Claiborne works as a maid for a wealthy woman in remote Maine. When she is indicted for the elderly woman's murder, Dolores' daughter Selena returns from New York, where she has become a big-shot reporter. In the course of working out the details of what has happened, as well as some shady questions from the past and Selina's troubled childhood, many difficult truths are revealed about their family's domestic strife.
Chihiro and her family are on their way to their new house in the suburbs when her father decides to take a shortcut along a lonely- looking dirt road. After getting out of the car and walking along a path for a while, they discover an open-air restaurant filled with food but with no workers or customers present. Mom and Dad don't hesitate to sit down and dig in, but Chihiro senses danger and refuses. As night falls, she is terrified to see the area fill with faceless spirits, but when she runs to find her parents, she discovers that they have been turned into pigs. She is found by a mysterious boy named Haku, who promises to help her. He gets her a job working in a nearby building, which turns out to be a spa hotel for the thousands of Japan's gods and spirits. Though the work is hard and the people strange, she does as well as she can. Her parents, however, are still waiting in the hotel's stockyard, and Chihiro must find a way to break the spell on them before they end up as the main course of some guest's dinner.
Jimmy Smith (Eminem), nicknamed B Rabbit, can't pull himself together to take the next step with his career--or with his life. Angry about his alcoholic mother (Kim Basinger) and worried about his little sister, Rabbit lets out his feelings with twisting, clever raps admired by his friends, who keep pushing him to enter a weekly rap face-off. But Rabbit resists--until he meets a girl (Brittany Murphy) who might offer him support and a little hope that his life could get better. Under the smart and ambitious direction of Curtis Hanson (L.A. Confidential, Wonder Boys) and ably supported by the excellent cast and the burnt-out environment of Detroit slums, Eminem reveals a surprising vulnerability that makes 8 Mile vivid and compelling
Eminem .... Jimmy 'B-Rabbit' Smith, Jr. Kim Basinger .... Stephanie Smith Mekhi Phifer .... David 'Future' Porter Brittany Murphy .... Alex Evan Jones .... Cheddar Bob Omar Benson Miller .... Sol George Eugene Byrd .... Wink Taryn Manning .... Janeane Chloe Greenfield .... Lily Smith
Jack Crawford convinces the now retired Will Graham to help track down a killer known as The Tooth Fairy, a man who brutally kills entire families. But Graham needs help, he must recover the mindset of a serial killer, he must visit his arch-enemy, the cunning Dr. Hannibal "The Cannibal" Lecter (Anthony Hopkins). Graham quickly discovers that the evil doctor may be contained, but he can't be controlled and it just might cost Graham and his family their lives.
Stars: Anthony Hopkins , Edward Norton , Ralph Fiennes , Anthony Heald , Phillip Seymour Hoffman , Harvey Keitel , Mary-Louise Parker , Emily Watson , Ken Leung , Frankie Faison ,
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Since no one else is contributing, I'll continue The Rules of Attraction (2002)
Directed by Roger Avary
Sean Bateman (James Van Der Beek) is the younger brother of psychotic Wall Street broker Patrick Bateman (American Psycho). Sean's a drug dealer, owes a lot of money to "fellow" dealer Rupert Guest (Clifton Collins, Jr.), and sleeps with nearly half of the female population on campus. Lauren Hynde (Shannyn Sossamon) is technically a virgin. She's saving herself for her very shallow boyfriend, Victor Johnson (Kip Pardue), who's left the states to backpack across Europe. Her slutty roommate, Lara (Jessica Biel), has the hots for Victor as well. Paul Denton (Ian Somerhalder) is bisexual. He is attracted to Mitchell Allen (Thomas Ian Nicholas)whose girlfriend is named Candice (Clare Kramer) . Sean loves Lauren. Paul loves Sean and used to date Lauren. Lauren flirts with Sean but later becomes disgusted with his behavior and makes and attempt to reunite with Victor after he comes back from Europe.
Starring: James Van Der Beek .... Sean Bateman Shannyn Sossamon .... Lauren Hynde Kip Pardue .... Victor Johnson Jessica Biel .... Lara Holleran Ian Somerhalder .... Paul Denton Thomas Ian Nicholas .... Mitchell Allen Kate Bosworth .... Kelly Colin Bain ....
Adapted from Kaysen's popular memoir, GIRL, INTERRUPTED is handled with extreme sensitivity by Mangold. Winona Ryder stars as Susana, a troubled teenager whose confused attempt at suicide lands her in a mental hospital. Once there, she meets an odd assortment of characters, including Lisa (Angelina Jolie), who at first mesmerizes Susana with her uninhibited demeanor. The pair form a tight bond, but that connection is threatened when Lisa begins to spiral even further out of control. Ryder and Jolie's intense performances are just one of many reasons to watch this picture.
Stars: Winona Ryder .... Susanna Kaysen Angelina Jolie .... Lisa Rowe Clea DuVall .... Georgina Tuskin (as Clea Duvall) Brittany Murphy .... Daisy Randone Jared Leto .... Tobias 'Toby' Jacobs Jeffrey Tambor .... Dr. Melvin Potts Vanessa Redgrave .... Dr. Sonia Wick Whoopi Goldberg .... Valerie Owens, RN Joanna Kerns .... Annette Kaysen
The movie pits two rival Cheerleading squads against one another for a National Championship. The Toros, from Rancho Carne High in San Diego, are captained by Torrance Shipman (Kirsten Dunst). The opposing squad, the Clovers from East Compton, is headed by Isis (Gabrielle Union). When Torrance discovers their routines were stolen from the Clovers, she is shouldered with the task of finding a new routine in time to defend their sixth National title. Understandably, Isis is ripping mad at the news of the stolen routines, since the Clovers will also be competing at Nationals this year. And so the fun begins.
Kirsten Dunst.....Torrance Shipman Eliza Dushku - Missy Pantone Jesse Bradford - Cliff Pantone Gabrielle Union - Isis
It's just odd at how "the Passion" is [sarcasm]such a moving expirence[/sarcasm] yet I bet the same people who say that would curse BR and BRII to hell... what asses... BR is and always will be far more moving than something created purely for money... Kinji did BR becasue he had quite a vision, and he wanted some dough... but still, his work was definetly art... mel brooks... that will never be true art... Didn't Jesus forgive his killers? Isn't god the one who gets the say in whether or not someone goes to heaven, hell, reborn as a dung beetle?
Humans... I hate being one... and they consider ME weird...
What is all this shit about "oh...Mel do that movie only for the money...shame on him". Isn't that what everyone in Hollywood wants?...money? I willl wait to see the movie (wich I really want to see), and then express myself.
Okay... but I think I'm going to wait and see it when it comes out on video and one of my friends buys it... I'm not really into supporting it... people that support gay bashing and other such negative things are using it as their sign... so that's my deterent... plus, my grandparents (very relgious people) seem to hold little intrest in the movie... and I think that they aren't too high spirted about it either... so that gives me a bad feeling about the movie
Okay I won't... But I'm going to have to give my anti gay anti jew sister a knock upside the head... she's being such a bitch... she saw it and is being quite the stupid nazi bitch I knew she was and others, her friends, are about the same as her...
I'm just letting it get too far beneath my skin...
But I would love to smear some mayo on my sister's face with red food coloring and say "bitch, stan came, he saw, and jacked off all over you're ugly face" That would make her think... and trust me... she deserves some humiliation. yet no one else is willing to make her shut her mouth... she knows less about religion than I do. (which is little as it is... al I know is it's not a good thing to hate) Grr... must freak.... sister... out.... Better idea... I'll get back at her by not getting back at her... behaving myself would be a much better idea... plus I might soil perfectly good mayo putting it on the face of someone so disgusting...
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