Rachel Weisz


Listed below are the films Rachel has appeared in along with a short summary, co-stars, year of release, running time and a few other bits of information. It starts with Stealing Beauty even though there were a few things before it. As much information as possible has been included in this page. Her newest films are listed first.

THE MERCY (2017)
Character: Clare Crowhurst; Release date: 2017; Directed by: James Marsh; Written by: Scott Z. Burns Runtime: Unknown; MPAA Rating: Unknown; Co-starring: Colin Firth (Donald Crowhurst), David Thewlis (Rodney Hallworth), Ken Stott (Stanley Best), Jonathan Bailey (Wheeler)
The Mercy tells the story of Donald Crowhurst who in 1968 attempted the Sunday Times Golden Globe, a single-handed yacht race around the world. Crowhurst entered to win money for his failing business. Eventually, it was discovered that despite log reports, he never left the Atlantic. He disappeared in July 1969.

Character: Rachel; Release date: June 9, 2017; Directed by: Roger Michell; Written by: Roger Michell, Daphne Du Maurier (novel); Runtime: Unknown; MPAA Rating: Unknown; Co-starring: Sam Claflin (Philip), Iain Glen, Holliday Grainger, Andrew Knott, Simon Russell Beale
Plot: Based on the novel by Daphne Du Maurier, My Cousin Rachel tells the story of young Philip. Philip falls in love with his cousin Rachel. He eventually uncovers that her care for him may not be honest and she may be pursuing her own interests.

DENIAL (2016)
Character: Professor Deborah Lipstadt; Release date: September 30, 2016; Directed by: Mick Jackson; Written by: David Hare, Prof. Deborah Lipstadt (book); Runtime: 110min.; MPAA Rating: PG-13; Co-starring: Tom Wilkinson (Richard Rampton), Timothy Spall (David Irving), Andrew Scott (Anthony Julius), Mark Gatiss (Robert Jan van Pelt), Jack Lowden (James Libson), Caren Pistorius (Laura Tyler)
Plot: When Professor Deborah Lipstadt publishes a book in which she identifies David Irving as a Holocaust denier, he sues her for libel. The case, tried in the British court, requires Professor Lipstadt, her legal team, and a team of experts to not only prove that Irving has in fact denied the Holocaust, but that the event happened in the first place.

Character: Hannah Roennfeldt; Release date: September 2, 2016; Directed by: Derek Cianfrance; Written by: Derek Cianfrance, M.L. Stedman (novel); Runtime: 132min.; MPAA Rating: PG-13; Co-starring: Michael Fassbender (Tom Sherbourne), Alicia Vikander (Isabel Sherbourne), Florence Clery (Lucy/Grace), Caren Pistorius (Adult Lucy/Grace), Anthony Hayes (Vernon Knuckey), Emily Barclay (Gwen Potts), Leon Ford (Franz Roenfeldt), Thomas Unger (Bluey)
Plot: Following his service in the First World War, Tom Sherbourne returns home to his native Australia and takes up a post as a remote lighthouse keeper. He soon marries the young Isabel. The two long for a child, but after several miscarriages, they give up. That changes when a baby washes up and they decide not to report it. They live happily for several years until Tom realizes the depth of what they've done.

Character: Alice; Release date: August 26, 2016; Directed by: Joshua Marston; Written by: Julian Sheppard, Joshua Marsron; Runtime: 90min.; MPAA Rating: R; Co-starring: Michael Shannon (Tom), Azita Ghanizada, Omar Metwally, Chris Lowell, Frank DeJulio, Condola Rashad, Danny Glover, Kathy Bates
Plot: Tom goes to a party and encounters a woman from his past. He becomes more intrigued when she acts as if she's never seen him before. As the evening progresses, the two find themselves drawn to each other as Tom tries to unravel the mystery that is Alice.

YOUTH (2015)
Character: Lena Ballinger; Release date: December 4, 2015; Directed by: Paolo Sorrentino; Written by: Paolo Sorrentino; Runtime: 124min.; MPAA Rating: R; Co-starring: Michael Caine (Fred Ballinger), Harvey Keitel (Mick Boyle), Paul Dano (Jimmy Tree), Jane Fonda (Brenda Morel), Ed Stoppard (Julian Boyle), Paloma Faith (herself)
Plot: Fred Ballinger is staying at a lush resort in the Alps with his friend, director Mick Boyle. Fred, a renowned composer, has been asked to perform his greatest piece. He refuses for unknown reasons. Also staying at the resort is his daughter and assistant, Lena, who harbors resentment for her father while also dealing with her husband's affair with a younger woman. Mick is trying to cast what he believes will be his greatest film and goes to screen legend Brenda Morel for help.

Character: Short Sighted Woman; Release date: October 16, 2015; Directed by: Yorgos Lanthimos; Written by: Efthymis Filippou, Yorgos Lanthimos; Runtime: 118min.; MPAA Rating: R; Co-starring: Colin Farrell (David), Ben Whishaw (The Limping Man), John C. Reilly (Lisping Man), Olivia Coleman (Hotel Manager), Lea Seydoux (Loner Leader), Ashley Jensen (Biscuit Woman), Angeliki Papoulia (Heartless Woman)
Plot: When David's wife leaves him, he must go to a hotel in order to find a mate. Being single is illegal in his world and if he fails to find a mate within a certain period of time, he will be turned into an animal of his choosing. David makes friends with some of the other hotel residents, but eventually escapes. He takes up with a group of loners and falls for a Short Sighted Woman.

Character: Evanora; Release date: March 8, 2013; Directed by: Sam Raimi; Written by: Mitchell Kapner, David Lindsay-Abaire, L. Frank Baum (novel); Runtime: 130min; MPAA Rating: PG; Co-starring: James Franco (Oscar Diggs/The Wizard of Oz), Mila Kunis (Theodora), Michelle Williams (Glinda), Zach Braff (Frank and Finley), Joey King (China Girl), Abigail Spencer (Mrs. Hamilton), Ted Raimi (Skeptic, Tinker), Bruce Campbell (Gore)
Plot: Oscar Diggs, a circus magician with dubious ethics, finds himself taken from Kansas and transported to the land of Oz. In Oz, he thinks he's hit the jackpot and the locals think he's the magician they've been looking for to help them. However, three witches - sisters Theodora, Glinda, and Evanora - are skeptical of Oscar and his abilities. Oscar is now faced with the task of not only helping Oz, but also becoming a better man.

Character: Dr. Marta Shearling; Release date: August 10, 2012; Directed by: Tony Gilroy; Written by: Tony Gilroy; Runtime: 135 mins.; MPAA Rating: PG-13; Co-starring: Jeremy Renner (Aaron Cross), Edward Norton (Eric Byer), Joan Allen (Pamela Landy), David Strathairn (Noah Vosen), Scott Glenn (Ezra Kramer), Oscar Issac (Outcome 3), Donna Murphy (Dita), Željko Ivanek (Dr. Donald Foite)
Plot: While the Treadstone program is being dismantled, the higher ups, including Eric Byer, are taking out each of their agents in an effort to clean up. They miss a target when Aaron Cross escapes an attack and begins to investigate why he and others like him are being killed. When Aaron realizes the medication and helps make him who he is is running out, he begins seeking answers. He gets help from Dr. Marta Shearling, the scientist who helped develop the program that turns average men into super solders like Cross and Jason Bourne.

Character: Hester Collyer; Release date: November 25, 2011; Directed by: Terrence Davies; Written by: Terrence Davies, Terence Rattigan (play); Runtime: 98 mins.; MPAA Rating: R; Co-starring: Tom Hiddleston (Freddie Page), Simon Russell Beale (William Collyer), Harry Hadden-Paton (Jackie Jackson), Ann Mitchell (Mrs. Nelson)
Plot: Based on Terence Rattigan's 1952 plat, Hester Collyer is stuck in a passionless marriage with an older judge. Feeling stifled by her everyday life, she turns to RAF pilot Freddie. The two embark on a tumultuous affair that leads to tragic consequences. This leads Hester to resort to some self-destructive behavior.

360 (2011)
Character: Rose; Release date: October 12, 2011; Directed by: Fernando Meirelles; Written by: Peter Morgan; Runtime: Unknown; MPAA Rating: R; Co-starring: Jude Law (Michael), Anthony Hopkins, Ben Foster, Moritz Bleibtreu, Gabriela Marcinkova
Plot: The latest film from director Fernando Meirelles tells interwoven stories around the world, beginning in Vienna and traveling through Paris, London, Bratislava, Rio, Denver and Phoenix and examines love, sex, and relationships between a series of characters, all connected in their own unique ways.

Character: Libby Attenton; Release date: September 30, 2011; Directed by: Jim Sheridan; Written by: David Loucka; Runtime: 92 mins.; MPAA Rating: PG-13; Co-starring: Daniel Craig (Will Attenton/Peter Ward), Naomi Watts (Ann Patterson), Marton Csokas (Jack Patterson)
Plot: Will Attenton and his wife Libby, along with their two daughters, move to their dream house in Connecticut and Will quits his job in publishing so that he can spend more time with them. As they get settled into their new house, Will discovers that the previous occupants may have been brutally murdered. He gets help in solving this mystery from his neighbor while at odds with her husband.

Character: Nancy Pierpan; Release date: August 28, 2011; Directed by: David Hare; Written by: David Hare; Runtime: 100 mins.; MPAA Rating: N/A; Co-starring: Bill Nighy (Johnny Worricker), Michael Gambon (Benedict Baron), Judy Davis (Jill Tankard), Ewen Bermner (Rollo Maverley), Ralph Fiennes (Alec Beasley)
Plot: MI5 agent Johnny Worricker unveils on a report that the British government was aware that the United States was torturing terror suspects. His closest friend is his boss, Benedict Baron, who dies suddenly. Worricker wants to make the report public, but the Prime Minister wants to keep it hidden. Meanwhile, Johnny becomes close with his neighbor, Nancy, who happens to be a political activist.

Character: Kathryn Bolkovac; Release date: August 3, 2011; Directed by: Larysa Kondracki; Written by: Larysa Kondracki; Runtime: 112 mins.; MPAA Rating: R; Co-starring: Vanessa Redgrave (Madeline Rees), Monica Bellucci (Laura Levin), David Stratharin (Peter Ward), Benedict Cumberbach (Nick Philips), Nikolaj Lie Kaas (Jan), David Hewlett (Fred Murray)
Plot: Nebraska cop Kathy Bolkovaic accepts a job with a private contractor working with the United Nations to keep peace in Bosnia just as the civil war has come to an end. Once there, Kathy uncovers a sex trafficing ring in which members of the UN with diplomatic immunity are implicated. She fights an uphill battle trying to help girls who have been forced into prostitution and slavery.

AGORA (2009)
Character: Hypatia; Release date: December 18, 2009; Directed by: Alejandro Amenábar; Written by: Alejandro Amenábar and Mateo Gil; Runtime: 141 mins.; MPAA Rating: PG-13; Co-starring: Michael Lonsdale (Theon), Max Minghella (Davus), Oscar Isaac (Orestes), Ashraf Barhom (Ammonius)
Plot: In the 4th century Rome rules Egypt. Religious upheaval has spilled into the streets of Alexandria. Inside the city's library, astronomer Hypatia fights with her disciples to save their ancient history. Fighting with her are two of her disciples who are in love with her, the witty Orestes and her slave Davus, who finds himself drawn to Christianity.

Character: Abigail Salmon; Release date: December 11, 2009; Directed by: Peter Jackson; Written by: Peter Jackson, Philippa Boyens and Fran Walsh; Runtime: Unknown; MPAA Rating: Unknown; Co-starring: Mark Wahlberg (Jack Salmon), Saoirse Ronan (Susie Salmon), Stanley Tucci (George Harvey), Susan Sarandon (Grandma Lynn), Michael Imperioli (Det. Len Fenerman)
Plot: In 1973, 14 year-old Susie Salmon is raped and murdered by her neighbor George Harvey. From heaven Susie is able to watch her her parents and her sister as they cope throughout the years after her death. She is also able to watch George Harvey, the man who murdered her.

Character: Penelope; Release date: May 15, 2009; Directed by: Rian Johnson; Written by: Rian Johnson; Runtime: 113 mins.; MPAA Rating: PG-13; Co-starring: Adrien Brody (Bloom), Mark Ruffalo (Stephen), Rinko Kikuchi (Bang Bang), Maximilian Schell (Diamond Dog), Robbie Coltrane (The Curator)
Plot: Rian Johnson (Brick) seeks to re-invent the con-man genre with his second film. Penelope is a sheltered heiress. As part of their last job, brothers Bloom and Stephen decide to take her around the world and swindle her out of $1.75 million. Penelope simply wants to see the world, unaware of what her guides have planned.

Character: Sue Lynne; Release date: April 4, 2008; Directed by: Wong Kar Wai; Written by: Lawrence Block and Wong Kar Wai; Runtime: 90 mins; MPAA Rating: PG-13; Co-starring: Norah Jones (Elizabeth), Jude Law (Jeremy), Natalie Portman (Leslie), David Strathairn (Arnie)
Plot: The first English language film from Hong Kong director Wong Kar Wai tells the story of Elizabeth, mending her broken heart by traveling across the United States. After a break up, Elizabeth first spends her evenings in a diner owner by an ex-patriot who gives her blueberry pie. She decides to travel across the country and along the way meets an alcoholic cop and his adulterous wife in Memphis and a compulsive gambler in Nevada. Her experiences with them help her to heal and to move on.

Character: Summer Hartley; Release date: February 14, 2008; Directed by: Adam Brooks; Written by: Adam Brooks; Runtime: 105 mins.; MPAA Rating: PG-13; Co-starring: Ryan Reynolds (Will Hayes), Abigail Breslin (Maya Hayes), Elizabeth Banks (Emily), Isla Fisher (April), Kevin Kline (Hampton Roth)
Plot: Will Hayes, a political consultant, has to explain to his young daughter about his impending divorce. Along the way, he also explains his previous relationship while hiding the real indentities of the women and which one of them is Maya's mother.

Character: Wanda; Release date: November 9, 2007; Directed by: David Dobkin; Written by: Dan Fogelman, Jessie Nelson; Runtime: 116 mins.; MPAA Rating: PG; Co-starring: Vince Vaughn (Fred Claus), Paul Giamatti (Santa Claus), Miranda Richardson (Annette), Kevin Spacey (Clyde), Elizabeth Banks (Charlene) and Ludacris (DJ)
Plot: Repo man Fred Claus has lived in the shadow of his brother, never being able to match up to him. After getting in trouble and facng jail time and trouble with his girlfriend Wanda, Fred has to return home to try and fix his life. Home happens to be the North Pole and his brother none other than Santa Claus. To stay out of jail, Fred has to help with preparations for Christmas and almost ruins the holiday, trying on his sainted brother's patience.

ERAGON (2006)
Character: Saphira (voice); Release date: December 15, 2006; Directed by: Stefen Fangmeier; Written by: Christopher Paolini (book) and Peter Buchman (screenplay); Runtime: 104 mins; MPAA Rating: PG; Co-starring: Ed Speleers (Eragon), Jeremy Irons (Brom), John Makolvich (Galbatorix), Robert Carlyle (Durza), Sienna Guillory (Arya), Djimon Hounsou (Ajihad), Garrett Hedlund (Murtagh)
Plot: A young farm boy named Eragon finds a dragon egg when he is fifteen. When the eggs hatches, Saphira is born. He keeps her a secret and when his uncle is killed, Eragon goes with Saphira to avenge his death. They are aided by Brom the Storyteller and take up the legacy of a legendary race of dragon riders, learning the skills of magic, swordfighting and dragon-riding. They seek to overthrow the king Galbatorix after joining forces with the Varden.

Character: Izzi; Release date: November 22, 2006; Directed by: Darren Aronofsky; Written by: Darren Aronofsky and Ari Handel; Runtime: 96 mins.; MPAA Rating: PG-13; Co-starring: Hugh Jackman (Tomas Creo/Tommy Creo), Ellen Burstyn, Cliff Curtis, Ethan Suplee, Sean Patrck Thomas, Donna Murphy
Plot: Taking place in the 1500s, Tomas is a conquistador, sent by his queen to search for the Tree of Life. She promises that when he returns, she will be his Eve. In 2005, Tommy is a medical researcher trying to find a way to cure his wife who is dying of cancer. Five hundred years in the future, Tom travels throughout space, seeking for a way to prolong life and stay with the woman he loves and has loved throughout the ages.

Character: Tessa Quayle; Release date: August 31, 2005; Directed by: Fernando Meirelles; Written by: John Le Carre (novel) and Jeffrey Caine (screenplay); Runtime: 129 mins.; MPAA Rating: R; Co-starring: Ralph Fiennes (Justin Quayle), Danny Huston (Sandy Woodrow), Pete Postlethwaite (Marcus Lorbeer)
Plot: British diplomat Justin Quayle and his attorney wife Tessa are living in Kenya. Justin is quiet and calm which causes people to underestimate him. Tessa is "that rarest thing - a lawyer who believes in justice." She is investigating pharmacuetical companies testing a new drug on poor African villagers. She is found murdered with her companion and rumored lover leaving her husband to not only find who is responsible for her brutal murder but to also finish the work that she started.

Characters: Angela Dodson/Isabel Dodson; Release date: February 18, 2005; Directed by: Francis Lawrence; Written by: Kevin Brodbin and Frank A. Cappello (based on the Hellblazer comic series); Runtime: 121 mins.; MPAA Rating: R; Co-starring: Keanu Reeves (John Constantine), Shia LaBeouf (Chas Kramer), Tilda Swinton (Gabriel), Djimon Hounsou (Midnite), Gavin Rossdale (Balthazar), Peter Stormare (Satan)
Plot: When he was a child John Constantine had the ability to see demons. At 15 he committed suicide and was dead for a few minutes before being revived. As a result his soul is now condemned to hell when he does die. He spends his life killing demons and sending them back to hell. Isabel Dodson also sees demons and while in a hospital receiving treatment jumps off of the roof. Her twin sister Angela does not believe her sister committed suicide and seeks help from John Constantine to prove it. They discover that more and more demons are trying to break through to earth and must work to stop it.

ENVY (2004)
Character: Debbie Dingman; Release date: April 30, 2004; Directed by: Barry Levinson; Written by: Steve Adams; Runtime: 99 mins.; MPAA Rating: PG-13; Co-starring: Ben Stiller (Tim Dingman), Jack Black (Nick Vanderpark), Amy Poehler (Natalie Vanderpark)
Plot: Tim and Nick have been best friends their entire lives, they even live next to each other. When Nick invents a spray that makes dog poo disappear he makes millions, making Tim jealous. Nick and his wife Natalie prosper and the fruits of the earnings can be seen next door. As envy takes over Tim it causes him to feel bitter towards his best friend and puts a strain on their friendship.

Character: Marlee; Release date: October 17, 2003; Directed by: Gary Fleder; Written by: John Grisham (novel) and Brian Koppelman (screenplay); Runtime: 127 mins.; MPAA Rating: PG-13; Co-starring: John Cusack (Nicholas Easter), Gene Hackman (Rankin Fitch), Dustin Hoffman (Wendall Rohr), Jeremy Piven (Lawrence Green)
Plot: In New Orleans a big gun company is being sued by the widow of a man killed by a co-worker on a shooting spree. The defense brings in Rankin Fitch, an expert in picking the right jury. The defense knows what it's up against but wants to play fair. From inside the jury box Nick Easter is playing the jury and trying to sway their decision for the right price. Helping him on the outside is his girlfriend Marlee. They play both sides, keeping their motives a secret the entire time.

Character: Evelyn Ann Thompson; Release date: May 9, 2003; Directed by: Neil LaBute; Written by: Neil LaBute (based on his play); Runtime: 96 mins.; MPAA Rating: R; Co-starring: Paul Rudd (Adam), Frederick Weller (Phillip), Gretchen Mol (Jenny)
Plot: Evelyn is an art student who meets Adam at the local art museum where he works as a guard. The two begin to date and as their relationship progresses Evelyn makes subtle suggestions for Adam to change. At first it's small things like what he orders at a restaurant to the way he fixes his hair. It escalates to bigger things. His friends notice the changes and try to get through to him but he's in denial and has fallen for Evelyn.

Character: Lily; Release date: April 25, 2003; Directed by: James Foley; Written by: Doug Jung; Runtime: 97 mins.; MPAA Rating: R; Co-starring: Edward Burns (Jake Vig), Andy Garcia (Gunther Butan), Dustin Hoffman (Winston King), Paul Giamatti (Gordo), Brian Van Holt (Miles)
Plot: When confidence man Jake Vig and his crew rip off Lionel Dolby they have no clue what trouble they've gotten themselves into. The money they stole belonged to Winston King and to pay him back Jake must pull off the biggest con of his life. The team tries to put together their heist and keep their lives while being followed by federal agent Gunther Butan.

ABOUT A BOY (2002)
Character: Rachel; Release date: May 17, 2002; Directed by: Paul and Chris Weitz; Written by: Nick Hornby (novel) and Peter Hedges (screenplay); Runtime: 101 mins.; MPAA Rating: PG-13; Co-starring: High Grant (Will), Nicholas Hoult (Marcus), Toni Collette (Fiona)
Plot: Lifelong bachelor Will discovers that single mothers make for an ideal dating experience. To get closer to them he lies and says he has a two-year-old son Ned whose mother ran out on him. While on a date with one of these single mothers Will meets Marcus. That same day Marcus' mother Fiona tries to commit suicide. So that he doesn't have to spend time at home he goes to Will's house to hang out and discovers that Ned does not in fact exist.

Character: Evelyn Carnahan O'Connell; Release date: May 5, 2001; Directed by: Stephen Sommers; Written by: Stephen Sommers; Runtime: 130 mins.; MPAA Rating: PG-13; Co-starring: Brendan Fraser (Rick O'Connell), John Hannah (Jonathan Carnahan), Arnold Vosloo (Imhotep), Patricia Velasquez (Anck-Su-Namun), Oded Fehr (Ardeth Bey), The Rock (The Scorpion King), Freddie Boath (Alex O'Connell)
Plot: Ten years after their initial adventure Rick O'Connell and Evelyn Carnahan are now married with a son. They are in Egypt on an expedition when they find a gold bracelet and Evelyn finds herself seeing herself in the ancient past. When they're back home in London their son Alex puts the bracelet on and sees various places in Egypt. Alex is soon kidnapped and Rick and Evie have to travel to Egypt to find him. The high priest Imhotep is soon awakened and he and Anck-Su-Namun are reunited.

Character: Petula; Release date: April 6, 2001; Directed by: Bill Eagles; Written by: Simon Donald; Runtime: 86 mins.; MPAA Rating: R; Co-starring: Susan Lynch (Dorothy), Iain Glen (Tony), Tom Mannion (Brian McMinn)
Plot: Taking place in Glasgow, Scotland, Dorothy just wants to take her dog Pluto and leave her no good boyfriend Tony. She ends up meeting the ditzy and dim Petula, whose boyfriend Ronnie is a mean alcoholic. While trying to control Ronnie one night and stop him from hurting Petula, the two women accidentally kill him. They know it was an accident, but they have to rush to hide the body before Ronnie's ruthless, mobster brother finds them and gets revenge.

Character: Tania Chernova; Release date: March 16, 2001; Directed by: Jean-Jacques Annaud; Written by: Jean-Jacques Annaud and Alain Godard; Runtime: 131 mins.; MPAA Rating: R; Co-starring: Jude Law (Vassili Zaitsev), Joseph Fiennes (Commisar Danilov), Ed Harris (Maj. König), Bob Hoskins (Nikita Khrushchev)
Plot: During the battle for Stalingrad the Russian military tries to boost morale by reporting each kill sniper Vassili Zaitzev makes. Since he shoots mostly officers the Germans take notice and bring in their own sniper. The two now have one goal amidst the chaos of an epic battle - to find each other and kill each other.

Character: Greta Sors; Release date: June 9, 2000; Directed by: Istvan Szabo; Written by: Istvan Sazbo; Runtime: 181 mins.; MPAA Rating: R; Co-starring: Ralph Feinnes (Ignatz Sonnenschein/Adam Sors/Ivan Sors), Jennifer Ehle (Valerie Sonnenschein), Rosemary Harris (Valerie Sors), Molly Parker (Hannah Wippler Sors)
Plot: Following three generations of a Hungarian family this centers on Ignatz, his son Adam and his son Ivan. They go through various eras in Hungarian history from the rule of the emperor to Nazi occupation during World War II to communism following the war.

THE MUMMY (1999)
Character: Evelyn Carnahan; Release date: May 7, 1999; Directed by: Stephen Sommers; Written by: Stephen Sommers; Runtime: 124 mins.; MPAA Rating: PG-13; Co-starring: Brendan Fraser (Rick O'Connell), John Hannah (Jonathan Carnahan), Arnold Vosloo (Imhotep), Patricia Velasquez (Anck-Su-Namun), Oded Fehr (Ardeth Bey)
Plot: The High Priest Imhotep has betrayed the pharaoh by falling in love with his mistress Anck-Su-Namun. As a resuly Imhotep was sentenced to the worst curse known to the ancient Egyptians. Now in 1926 forgeign legionairre Rick O'Connell is fighting at the lost city of Hamunaptra. Later while in jail he meets Evelyn Carnahan, a librarian, and her ne'er do well brother Jonathan. The three of them head to Hamunaptra with Rick as their guide closely followed by Rick's former friend Beni leading another group of Americans looking for treasure. While there Rick, Evelyn and Jonathan awaken Imhotep and must find a way to stop him before he can use Evelyn to bring back Anck-Su-Namun.

Character: Rosie; Release date: May 25, 1998; Directed by: Simon Curtis; Written by: Arthur Smith; Runtime: 82 mins.; MPAA Rating: None (Aired on British television); Co-starring: Neil Morrissey (Martin), John Gordon Sinclair (Cameron), Arabella Weir (Barbara), Graeme Garden (Angus), Tilly Blackwood (Anna), Desmond Lynam (himself)
Plot: Martin believes that things happen in threes as he has just lost his job, his prospects and his girlfriend. He does, however, still have football and can't seem to believe his luck when he meets fellow fan Rosie. She's beautiful and enigmatic and Martin falls in love with her. His friends also cannot believe his luck or how England's performance in the championship has suddenly improved.

Character: Ag (Agapanthus); Release date: June 12, 1998; Directed by: David Leland; Written by: Angela Huth (novel), Keith Dewhurst and David Leland; Runtime: 111 mins.; MPAA Rating: R; Co-starring: Catherine McCormack (Stella), Anna Friel (Prue), Steven Mackintosh (Joe Lawrence)
Plot: During World War II the English sent women to farms to help out while the farmer's sons headed off the war. Stella, Ag and Prue find themselves on a farm in Dorset with the Lawrence family. The three work together, become friends and all find themselves involved with the Lawrence son Joe in some way or another.

I WANT YOU (1998)
Character: Helen; Release date: October 30, 1998 (UK); Directed by: Michael Winterbottom; Written by: Eoin McNamee; Runtime: 87 mins.; MPAA Rating: R; Co-starring: Alessandro Nivola (Martin), Luka Petrusic (Honda), Labina Mitevska (Smokey), Carmen Ejogo (Amber), Ben Daniels (Bob)
Plot: Honda, a young boy living with his sister Smokey, is mute and records everyone's conversations without their knowledge. He is in love with and friends with Helen, who owns a salon and dates a local DJ named Bob. Honda's taped convrsations lead him to find things about the people around him. When he records conversations between Helen and her recently released from prison ex-boyfriend Martin he finds out something shocking.

Character: Amy Foster; Release date: January 23, 1997; Directed by: Beebon Kidron; Written by: Joseph Conrad (story), Tim Willocks; Runtime: 115 mins.; MPAA Rating: PG-13; Co-starring: Vincent Perez (Yanko Gooral), Ian McKellan (Dr. James Kennedy), Joss Ackland (Mr. Swaffer), Kathy Bates (Mrs. Swaffer)
Plot: Yanko Gooral is the only survivor of a Russian shipwreck. Upon entering an English coastal town the residents are immediately frightened of him. All except Dr. James Kennedy and servant girl Amy Foster. Yanko soon becomes like a son to Dr. Kennedy and he and Amy fall in love.

Character: Marty Pilcher; Release date: September 19, 1997; Directed by: Mark Pellington; Written by: Dan Wakefield; Runtime: 103 mins.; MPAA Rating: R; Co-starring: Jeremy Davies (Sonny Burns), Ben Affleck (Tom 'Gunner' Casselman), Amy Locane (Buddy Porter), Rose McGowan (Gail Ann Thayer), Jill Clayburgh (Alma Burns)
Plot: Upon returning home from Korea Sonny Burns meets Gunner Casselman whom he knew by reputation in high school. Gunner was an athlete during high school and during his military service was stationed in Japan. Sonny was an outcast growing up and spent his time in Kansas City. Gunner is also returning from Korea and wants to now make something of his life. All around him people expect Sonny to begin his life and marry his girlfriend Buddy while he finds himself more interested in spending his days fantasizing about magazine pinup girls. Gunner meets and falls for Marty Pilcher, a cultured Jewish woman whom his mother disapproves of. Both men find that though they've come home, it might not be the home that they want.

Character: Dr. Lily Sinclair; Release date: August 2, 1996; Directed by: Andrew Davis; Written by: Arnie Schmidt, Rick Seaman, Josh Friedman, J.F. Lawton, Michael Bortman; Runtime: 106 mins.; MPAA Rating: PG-13; Co-starring: Keanu Reeves (Eddie Kasalivich), Morgan Freeman (Paul Shannon), Fred Ward (Agent Ford), Brian Cox (Lyman Collier)
Plot: Eddie Kasalivich is working as a technician for a group of scientists working on creating a new clean, low-cost energy source. One of the lead scientists is soon murdered and the work they've been doing stolen. Eddie, along with Dr. Lily Sinclair, are framed for the crime and are forced to flee and solve the crime on their own.

Character: Miranda; Release date: June 14, 1996; Directed by: Bernardo Bertolucci; Written by: Bernardo Bertolucci (story), Susan Minot; Runtime: 113 mins.; MPAA Rating: R; Co-starring: Liv Tyler (Lucy Hammond), Jeremy Irons (Alex), Ignazio Oliva (Osvaldo), Donal McCann (Ian), Sinead Cusack (Diana), D.W. Moffatt (Richard), Joseph Fiennes (Christopher)
Plot: After her mother committs suicide Lucy Hammond decides to visit her mother's friends in Tuscany. While there she hopes to renew her friendship with Nicolo, who kissed her four years earlier and who she believes has written to her. Lucy also befriends a dying English playwright and searches to solve the mystery in her mother's journal.

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