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|Evan Rachel Wood In The Life Before Her Eyes HD|
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As the 15th anniversary of a tragic high school shooting approaches, Diana (Uma Thurman) flashes back to a time when her teenage self (Evan Rachel Wood) and best friend, Maureen (Eva Amurri), dreamed of leaving their small town. As she relives the events surrounding the tragedy, drifting between past and present, Diana wonders if she can live with the choice she made that changed their lives forever. Now in HD!
|Evan Rachel Wood In Pretty Persuasion HD|
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15 year old girls are evil. How do I know this? Despite what 15 year old girls did to me when it was okay for me to even think about 15 year old girls, an evil one causes nothing but havoc in this here movie. Starring Evan Rachel Wood, Elisabeth Harnois, Jane Krakowski and Selma Blair, one 15 year old girl manages to cause such turmoil (especially of the lesbionic kind) that you have to wonder what's worse than a 15 year old girl? (Answer: a CUTE 15 year old girl.) Now in HD!
|Evan Rachel Wood In Across The Universe HD|
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Acclaimed Broadway director Julie Taymor made her feature film debut with this story of the 60's set to Beatles music. The visuals ad psychadellic and leads Rachel Evan Wood and Jim Sturgess are engaging. Decent cameos from Bono, Joe Cocker, Salma Hayek and Eddie Izzard. Also starring Dana Fuchs and T.V. Carpio. A very good movie, if you like Beatles music. Now available on Blu-ray!
|Evan Rachel Wood In Mildred Pierce HD|
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This HBO miniseries version of the novel promises some things the Joan Crawford movie did not -- titties! Kate Winslet flashes some nudity, but it's Evan Rachel Wood who shines, with her first full-frontal nudity.
|Evan Rachel Wood In Life Before Her Eyes, The|
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As the 15th anniversary of a tragic high school shooting approaches, Diana (Uma Thurman) flashes back to a time when her teenage self (Evan Rachel Wood) and best friend, Maureen (Eva Amurri), dreamed of leaving their small town. As she relives the events surrounding the tragedy, drifting between past and present, Diana wonders if she can live with the choice she made that changed their lives forever.
|Evan Rachel Wood In Down in the Valley|
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Director David Jacobsen's Down in the Valley plays like a romantic, operatic lament for the disappearing cinematic and real-life icon: the American cowboy. Many of the elements that would fuse, say, a classic John Wayne character are present in Edward Norton's character, Harlan Fairfax Caruthers: he's polite, soft-spoken, yet stubbornly brave and handy with Colt steel and lead. While at home in Death Valley in the mid 1800s, these characteristics are positively anachronistic in modern-day San Fernando Valley. How else to explain the reaction of a gaggle of giggling teenagers to Harlan as he pumps their gas? One of the teens, Tope (Evan Rachel Wood), is immediately attracted to these charms and invites Harlan along to the beach. A whirlwind romance follows, much to the chagrin of Tope's (short for October) father, Wade (David Morse), who senses there is more to Harlan than meets the eye. Indeed, things begin to unravel when Harlan lies about "borrowing" a horse from a local rancher that leads to a threat at gunpoint. To make matters worse, Harlan ingratiates himself more by spending time with Tope's attention-starved younger brother, Lonnie (Rory Culkin). Eventually, as more of the dangerous demons beneath Harlan's charming veneer reveal themselves, action must be taken and justice meted out, Old West-style. At times tense and, alternatively, quiet, Down in the Valley features some creative camera work from cinematographer Enrique Chediak that fits both moods.