actor: Rachel Weisz

The Light Between Oceans

September 2, 2016
"The Light Between Oceans" is a movie that will impact the viewer. It deals with the important issues: life, death, love, romance, and loss. Michael Fassbender and Alicia Vikander star as Tom Sherbourne and Isabel Graysmark, who become husband and wife. Tom is a veteran of the first World War and [...]

Oz the Great and Powerful 3D

March 8, 2013

Dove Approved for Ages 12+

Oz the movie is great and powerful! It is a feast for the eyes, fuel for the imagination, and a trip to another world for two hours. James Franco is charming as Oscar Diggs, the carnival magician, also known as Oz. He is chased by the Strong Man and takes flight in his balloon. The balloon is [...]

The Bourne Legacy

August 10, 2012
The cinematography in this film is amazing. Scenes like the one of a cabin in the woods miles from nowhere with falling snow are well captured, as are the scenes of an airborne plane in a snow storm. But the violence of the film is a dark contrast to these scenes. Spies are trying to wipe out the [...]

Dream House

September 30, 2011
This is one of those films that if you go to the restroom during the movie you might not know what is happening when you return. The film takes a sudden shift somewhere just beyond the half-way mark and then the viewer must decide if what is happening is in a character's mind or is really a [...]

The Lovely Bones

January 15, 2010
Fourteen-year-old Susie Salmon almost receives her first kiss from a boy in her high school. It is interrupted and she leaves after setting up a time to meet the boy at a mall the following Saturday. Unfortunately, Suzie never makes it home. As she crosses the cornfield she comes across a man who [...]

The Fountain

November 22, 2006
What do you call a movie that goes everywhere and nowhere at the same time? You call it "The Fountain." I must say, I am a science fiction fan but this movie lost me from the very beginning. Interestingly enough, you would think you would get it since every scene is shown 3-5 times due to [...]

The Constant Gardener

September 2, 2005
This was a disturbing film that portrayed how the helpless in the world can be taken advantage of by those with financial motives. Shot with flash backs, and visual memories, the plot was slightly hard to follow. Much of the film's offensive content could have been removed without changing the [...]

Constantine

February 18, 2005
I really enjoyed and found it very interesting to see how everything played out in this film, especially since the trailer doesn’t reveal too much about the story. I was also intrigued about what hell would be like and also what all the different demons would look like. We all read about these [...]

Runaway Jury

October 17, 2003
The film’s controversial theme is gun control, although Grisham’s novel focused on the tobacco industry. Nicholas and Marlee, passionate for justice, use blackmail and deceit to manipulate the jury. The most disappointing factor is a healthy dose of offensive language that does nothing to [...]

Mummy Returns

May 4, 2001
THE GOOD:...This is a thrilling, non-stop, action packed, special effects, intense mummy movie that’s better than the first one and full of exciting, funny, interesting characters that will entertain young and old alike. The old favorites are back as well as a few new scary ones (The Rock plays a [...]