Before Legally Blonde, Reese Witherspoon wasn’t yet the A-list star that she is today. Instead, she was a young starlet known for stealing the spotlight from more seasoned actors and demonstrating eye-opening acting abilities in independent movies like Freeway (1996), Pleasantville (1998) and most notably Election (1999).
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The kind of fluffy romantic comedy that Reese Witherspoon can usually open in her sleep, Just Like Heaven is a pleasantly above average movie directed by Mark Waters (Mean Girls). An adaptation based on Marc Levy’s novel “If Only It Were True”, it relies on the supernatural premise of two people being separated by death before they even meet.
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It ain’t me Babe sung by Reese Witherspoon and Joaquin Phoenix in Walk the Line.
Walk the Line is one of those movies, when you come out of the movie theater and tell yourself “Decent movie but great acting performances.” The movie is a Johnny Cash biopic that came out back in the fall of 2005. What makes this movie a little different is that it’s not only a timeline and description of what happened in Johnny’s life. Those are actually a sidenote in this movie, the real story is the love interest between Cash (Joaquin Phoenix) and June Carter (Reese Witherspoon).
I just saw Rendition in theater Friday night. Good but unspectacular movie. As a whole it is neither exceptional nor bad. Just a little blah… In short, Rendition = BABEL. Same structure, same shortcomings, same result. It doesn’t help that it’s the 47th movie in the past 2 years whose subject relates to the Iraq War.