starring Ashley Judd, Tommy Lee Jones, Bruce Greenwood (available
Want a thriller? Don't see this one. Don't get me wrong though
it was a good movie. It was kind of a suspense flick and it sort
of made you sit on the edge of your seat.
Libby Preston (Ashley Judd) was framed for the murder of her
husband. She survives the six long years in prison after being
found guilty of murder, training for her revenge. She trains
hard through rain and shine with two burning desires sustaining
her - finding her son and solving the mystery that destroyed
her once- happy life.
Standing between her and her son, however, is her parole
officer, Travis Lehman (Tommy Lee Jones). Libby poses a challenge
to the officer who was once a law teacher. Libby causes him to
go against his superiors and law enforcement colleagues. Lehman
does know how she feels about losing her son because he too lost
his daughter when his wife ran from home, taking their precious
baby girl with her.
The AA rating is too harsh. It only deserves a PG and maybe
a PG- 14. There wasn't a lot of violence that could be considered
harmful to children. I recommend that you see it because it's
a great flick for guys and gals of just about any age. I rated
this movie a 9 on the Richter scale.
Sense, starring Bruce Willis; Toni Collette; Olivia
Williams; Haley Joel Osment (available soon on video -- still
in some theatres)
In this chilling thriller, 8-year-old Cole (Haley Joel Osment)
is haunted by a dark secret; ghosts visit him. A helpless and
reluctant channel to the ghosts, Cole is terrified by threatening
visits from those ghosts with unsolved problems who appear from
the shadows of night and day.
When there are ghosts around, Cole gets cold chills. Cole is
confused and scared by his paranormal powers, and he is too young
to understand his purpose. Not only is he too young, but he is
also too scared to tell anyone about his torment, except child
psychologist Dr. Malcolm Crowe (Bruce Willis). As Dr. Crowe tries
to uncover the ominous truth about Cole's supernatural abilities,
the consequences for both Cole and Dr. Crowe is a jolt that awakens
them both to something more disturbing and unexplainable.
On the Richter scale I gave this movie an 8.5. Though it is rated
PG I think it should be rate AA because I don't think it is suitable
for all ages. I recommend you go see it because it's a good movie
for any gender!