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Grave Scenes - Movies

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People who added this item 106 Average listal rating (59 ratings) 7.8 IMDB Rating 7.6

Henry Fonda

"Born near Henderson, Kentucky, Ann Mayes Rutledge was the third of ten children born to Mary Ann Miller Rutledge and James Rutledge. In 1829, her father, along with John M. Cameron, founded New Salem, Illinois. Many of the facts of her life are lost to history, but some historians believe that she was the first love of Abraham Lincoln. The exact nature of the Lincoln–Rutledge relationship has been fiercely debated by historians and non-historians for over a century. It is fairly well established the two were at least friends." (Wikipédia)



A Keystone Marker for Rutledge, Pennsylvania, named after Ann Rutledge.
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People who added this item 353 Average listal rating (188 ratings) 7.7 IMDB Rating 7.8



Finlay Currie and Tony Wager

"Orphan Phillip "Pip" Pirrip (Anthony Wager) lives with his shrewish older sister and her kind-hearted blacksmith husband, Joe Gargery (Bernard Miles). One day, Pip runs into an escaped convict, Abel Magwitch (Finlay Currie), who intimidates the boy into getting him some food and a file for his chains. Magwitch is caught when he attacks a hated fellow escapee, and is taken back to the prison ship." (Wikipédia)
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People who added this item 2217 Average listal rating (1430 ratings) 8.2 IMDB Rating 8.6

James Stewart

(James Stewart...George Bailey)
(Todd Karns...Harry Bailey, George's brother)
(Robert J. Anderson...little George)
(Georgie Nokes...little Harry)
(Henry Travers...Clarence Odbody)
(Lionel Barrymore as Mr. Henry F. Potter)
(Thomas Mitchell as Uncle Billy Bailey)

"In Bedford Falls, New York, on Christmas Eve 1945, George Bailey is suicidal. Prayers for him reach Heaven. Clarence Odbody, Angel 2nd Class, is assigned to save George. To prepare Clarence, his superior Joseph shows flashbacks of George's life.

At age 12, George saves his younger brother Harry, who fell through the ice on a pond, costing George the hearing in one ear." (Wikipédia)

" On Christmas Eve morning 1945, the town prepares a hero's welcome for Harry. Uncle Billy goes to Potter's bank to deposit $8,000 for the Building and Loan. After bragging to Potter about Harry, Billy absentmindedly leaves the money behind. Potter keeps it." (Wikipédia)

"George gets drunk, then crashes his car into a tree. He staggers to a nearby bridge to commit suicide.

Before he can, Clarence jumps in and pretends to be drowning. George rescues him, but does not believe Clarence's claim to be George's guardian angel. When George wishes he had never been born, Clarence shows him what life would have been like without him." (Wikipédia)

". In the cemetery where Bailey Park would have been, George discovers the grave of his brother, who drowned without his intervention."


"Harry did not die because George saved him."



Georgie Nokes and Robert J. Anderson
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People who added this item 297 Average listal rating (184 ratings) 7.6 IMDB Rating 7.8

Henry Fonda and Cathy Downs

(Henry Fonda..Wyatt Earp)
(Cathy Downs...Clementine Carter)
(Don Garner...James Earp, Wyatt's brother)

In 1882 (in reality, the Gunfight at the O.K. Corral happened on Oct 26, 1881), Wyatt, Morgan, Virgil, and James Earp are driving cattle to California when they cross Old Man Clanton, played by Walter Brennan. When they learn about the nearby boom town of Tombstone, the older brothers ride in, leaving the youngest brother James to watch over the cattle. The Earps soon learn that Tombstone is a lawless town without a marshal. Wyatt is the only man in the town willing to face the drunk Indian shooting at the townspeople. When they return to their camp, they find the cattle rustled and James murdered.

Seeking to avenge his brother's murder, Wyatt returns to Tombstone. To identify the perpetrator, he takes the open position of town marshal and meets with Doc Holliday and the Clanton gang several times. During this time, a young woman from Boston named Clementine Carter arrives in town, and is given a room at the same hotel where both Wyatt and Doc Holliday are residing." (Wikipédia)
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People who added this item 167 Average listal rating (110 ratings) 7.3 IMDB Rating 7.3





Joanne Dru and John Wayne as Capt. Nathan Cutting Brittles


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People who added this item 40 Average listal rating (27 ratings) 6.3 IMDB Rating 6.2

Mildred Dunnock

...A conflict of interest ensues when Vance tries to return the money against the wishes of some of his fellow Confederates, all of whom are being sought by the U.S. Government for robbery. The film reaches its tragic conclusion with Clint's death during a final shootout. In the end, the money is returned, the Reno brothers are released, and the other three ex-Confederates are arrested. The youngest Reno brother is laid to rest at the family farm. (Wikipedia)


Elvis Presley as Clinton Reno
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People who added this item 2781 Average listal rating (1748 ratings) 8.3 IMDB Rating 8.3
Vertigo (1958)





Kim Novak and James Stewart

"An acquaintance from college, Gavin Elster, asks Scottie to follow his wife, Madeleine, claiming she has been possessed. Scottie reluctantly agrees, and follows Madeleine to a florist where she buys a bouquet of flowers, to the grave of Carlotta Valdes at Mission Dolores, and to an art museum where she gazes at Portrait of Carlotta, which resembles her. Finally, she enters the McKittrick Hotel, but when Scottie investigates, she is not there.

A local historian explains that Carlotta Valdes tragically committed suicide. Gavin reveals that Carlotta (who he fears is possessing Madeleine) is Madeleine's great-grandmother, although Madeleine has no knowledge of this, and does not remember where she has visited." (Wikipédia)
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People who added this item 30 Average listal rating (18 ratings) 7.7 IMDB Rating 7.5

George Peppard and Eleanor Parker

"In the end, several months later, Rafe (Peppard) encounters Hannah (Parker) at Wade’s grave (Robert Mitchum). He offers to include her in the life of her grandson, and she shows him that she has acknowledged him as Wade’s son on the headstone." (Wikipedia)
People who added this item 84 Average listal rating (56 ratings) 7.1 IMDB Rating 7.3
Shenandoah (1965)



James Stewart as Charlie Anderson
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People who added this item 1719 Average listal rating (1115 ratings) 7.9 IMDB Rating 7.9


"Barbra (Judith O'Dea) and Johnny Blair (Russell Streiner) drive to rural Pennsylvania for an annual visit to their father's grave, at their mother's request." (Wikipedia)
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People who added this item 416 Average listal rating (272 ratings) 7.4 IMDB Rating 7.4
True Grit (1969)

John Wayne and Kim Darby

(John Wayne...Rooster Cogburn)
(Kim Darby...Mattie Ross)
(John Pickard...Frank Ross, Mattie's father)

"Frank Ross (John Pickard) is murdered by his hired hand, Tom Chaney (Jeff Corey) in Fort Smith, Arkansas. Ross' daughter, Mattie (Kim Darby), hires aging U.S. Marshal Reuben "Rooster" J. Cogburn (John Wayne) to bring Chaney in. Mattie has heard that Cogburn has "true grit." She gives him a down payment to track and capture Chaney, who has taken up with "Lucky" Ned Pepper (Robert Duvall) in Indian Territory (Oklahoma).

A young Texas Ranger, La Boeuf (Glen Campbell), is also pursuing Chaney and joins forces with Cogburn, despite Mattie's protest. The two try to ditch Mattie, but she catches up and joins them." (Wikipédia)
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People who added this item 487 Average listal rating (353 ratings) 7.3 IMDB Rating 7.5

Clint Eastwood and Billy Curtis





(Clint Eastwood as The Stranger,Sheriff Marshal Jim Duncan)
(Verna Bloom as Sarah Belding)
(Billy Curtis as Mordecai)

" The next morning, Sarah (Verna Bloom) tells the Stranger about Duncan's murder and that he is buried in an unmarked grave. She remarks that the dead don't rest without a marker." (Wikipédia)

". The Stranger returns, killing the gunfighters one by one, whipping Cole Carlin to death, hanging Dan Carlin with another whip, and shooting Stacey Bridges. Belding attempts to shoot the Stranger in the back, but the dwarf Mordecai shoots Belding first.

The next day, the Stranger departs in the same manner he arrived, slowly riding through the now ruined town. At the cemetery, he passes Mordecai carving a fresh grave marker. Mordecai comments to the departing Stranger that he never did know his name, to which the Stranger answers cryptically, "Yes, you do." A look of astonishment crosses the little man's face, and he enigmatically replies "yes, sir, captain" and salutes. The camera pulls back to reveal that the wooden marker carved by Mordecai reads, "MARSHAL JIM DUNCAN. REST IN PEACE." The Stranger then rides out, fading away as he enters the heat waves radiating up from the desert floor." (Wikipédia)
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People who added this item 286 Average listal rating (187 ratings) 6.6 IMDB Rating 6.8
Family Plot (1976)

Bruce Dern

"A fake psychic, Blanche Tyler (Barbara Harris), and her boyfriend, George Lumley (Bruce Dern), attempt to locate the nephew of a wealthy and guilt-ridden elderly woman, Julia Rainbird (Cathleen Nesbitt). Julia's deceased sister gave the baby boy up for adoption, but Julia now wants to make him her heir, and will pay Blanche $10,000 if the heir, Edward Shoebridge, can be found. George Lumley discovers that Shoebridge is thought to be dead, but he tracks down another criminal, Joseph Maloney (Ed Lauter), who paid for the tombstone over an empty grave.

Shoebridge murdered his adoptive parents, faked his own death and is now a successful jeweler in San Francisco known as Arthur Adamson (William Devane)." (Wikipédia)
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People who added this item 2084 Average listal rating (1428 ratings) 7.1 IMDB Rating 7.6
Lethal Weapon (1987)





Mel Gibson


After visiting his wife's grave, Riggs spends Christmas with the Murtaughs, having become best friends with Murtaugh and bonding with the rest of the family.(Wikipedia)
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People who added this item 263 Average listal rating (170 ratings) 5.6 IMDB Rating 5.6
She-Devil (1989)

Meryl Streep

(Meryl Streep...Mary Fisher)

"The tombstone of for Mary Fisher's dog translates as "My Cherished Juliet 1981-1989 - You Will Always Be In My Heart". The headstone's French text states: "Ma Juliet Chérie 1981-1989 - Tu seras toujours dans mon coeur".(IMDB)


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People who added this item 4911 Average listal rating (3436 ratings) 7.4 IMDB Rating 7.8

Michael J. Fox
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People who added this item 4281 Average listal rating (2961 ratings) 7.1 IMDB Rating 7.4

Christopher Lloyd and Michael J. Fox
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People who added this item 942 Average listal rating (573 ratings) 7 IMDB Rating 7.4



Morgan Freeman and Jessica Tandy

Jessica Tandy as
Daisy Werthan
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People who added this item 1080 Average listal rating (698 ratings) 6.7 IMDB Rating 7.2



Tom Cruise

"On his way back to Long Island, Ron makes a side trek to Georgia to visit the parents and family of Wilson, the Marine he accidentally killed during his tour. He tells them the real story about how their son died and confesses his guilt to them. Wilson's widow, now the mother of the deceased Marine's toddler son, admits that she cannot find it in her heart to forgive him for killing her husband, but adds that maybe God can. Wilson's parents, however, are more forgiving and even sympathetic to his predicament and suffering, because Wilson's father fought in the Pacific Theater during World War II and is disillusioned with the war in Vietnam."

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People who added this item 364 Average listal rating (234 ratings) 6 IMDB Rating 6.4

Grand L. Bush and George C. Scott



Father Damien Karras, SJ is a fictional character from the novel The Exorcist, its sequel Legion, and their film adaptations.

Father Karras was one of the priests who exorcises the demon from young Regan MacNeil. He is a Jesuit psychiatrist suffering a crisis of faith. He searches for proof to lead an exorcism, yet during his investigation he comes to realize that there is no better way for God to prove His own existence than to reveal the foul presence of a demon. During the exorcism, the demon frequently brings up the subject of Karras's mother's death and how he wasn't there to see her die, which seems to trouble Karras emotionally.

Father Karras dies by throwing himself down a flight of stone steps in order to purge the demon from his own body after having coaxed it out of Regan's.

In the sequel, Legion, it is revealed that after the demon departed, another evil spirit invaded Karras's body. Karras was found wandering and amnesiac and was placed in the care of a mental hospital near Washington, D.C. While incarcerated there, the spirit suppresses Karras's personality and makes forays into the bodies of other patients in order to commit a series of ritual murders.

In the films The Exorcist and The Exorcist III, he is played by Jason Miller (who was in fact educated at the Jesuit University of Scranton).(Wikipedia)

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People who added this item 1882 Average listal rating (1213 ratings) 6.4 IMDB Rating 6.7



David Krumholtz


Joan Cusack as Debbie Jellinsky
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People who added this item 5793 Average listal rating (3659 ratings) 8.4 IMDB Rating 8.9


"Oskar Schindler (28 April 1908 – 9 October 1974) was an ethnic German industrialist, spy, and member of the Nazi Party who is credited with saving the lives of 1,200 Jews during the Holocaust by employing them in his enamelware and ammunitions factories, which were located in occupied Poland and the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia. He is the subject of the 1982 novel Schindler's Ark, and the subsequent 1993 film Schindler's List, which reflected his life as an opportunist initially motivated by profit who came to show extraordinary initiative, tenacity, and dedication in order to save the lives of his Jewish employees." (Wikipédia)


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People who added this item 9322 Average listal rating (6861 ratings) 7.9 IMDB Rating 8.8
Forrest Gump (1994)



Tom Hanks


(Tom Hanks...Forrest Gump)


Robin Wright...Jenny Curran/Jenny Gump
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People who added this item 694 Average listal rating (456 ratings) 7 IMDB Rating 7.3



John Cusack as Martin Q. Blank
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People who added this item 1064 Average listal rating (715 ratings) 6.2 IMDB Rating 6.7

Julia Roberts



Mel Gibson as Jerry Fletcher
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Kevin Spacey







Jude Law




Kevin Spacey...Jim Williams
Jude Law.......Billy Hanson
John Cusack....John Kelso

"This panoramic tale of Savannah's eccentricities focuses on a murder and the subsequent trial of Jim Williams: self made man, art collector, antiques dealer, bon vivant, and semi-closeted homosexual. John Kelso, a magazine reporter, finds himself in Savannah amid the beautiful architecture and odd doings to write a feature on one of Williams' famous Christmas parties. He is intrigued by Williams from the start, but his curiosity is piqued when he meets Jim's violent, young, sexy lover Billy. Later that night, Billy is dead, and Kelso stays on to cover the murder trial." (Wikipédia)
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People who added this item 5975 Average listal rating (4056 ratings) 7.8 IMDB Rating 8.6



Harrison Young

(Tom Hanks as Captain John H. Miller, company commander, 2nd Ranger Battalion, U.S. Army)
(Matt Damon...Private First Class James Francis Ryan, a paratrooper)
(Harrison Young..Old Ryan)

"Reiben (Edward Burns) and Ryan (Matt Damon) are with Miller (Tom Hanks) as he dies and says his last words, "James ... earn this. Earn it." In the present day, an elderly Ryan and his family visit the Normandy American Cemetery and Memorial. Ryan stands at Miller's grave and asks his wife to confirm that he has led a good life, that he is a "good man" and thus worthy of the sacrifice of Miller and the others. His wife replies, "You are." At this point, Ryan stands at attention and delivers a military salute towards Miller's grave." (Wikipédia)


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People who added this item 137 Average listal rating (80 ratings) 6 IMDB Rating 7

William Hurt and Renée Zellweger

"George speaks to Ellen of how much he loved Kate, considering her his muse, his "one true thing." As the movie ends, Ellen is explaining to her father how to plant the daffodil bulbs and he is helping, foreshadowing, it seems, their reconciliation based on mutual long overdue appreciation of Kate." (Wikipédia)

William Hurt...George Gulden
Meryl Streep...Kate Gulden
Renée Zellweger...Ellen Gulden


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People who added this item 1247 Average listal rating (774 ratings) 6.1 IMDB Rating 6.6

Michelle Pfeiffer







(Harrison Ford...Norman Spencer)
(Michelle Pfeiffer...Claire Spencer)
(Amber Valleta...Madison Elizabeth Frank)

"Norman then confesses to Claire that his previous story had been a lie; Madison was planning on going to the college's dean about their affair, so he killed Madison and pushed her car and body into the lake." (Wikipédia)

"The following winter, Claire places a single red rose on Madison's grave. The camera pans out, and an image of Madison's face appears in the snow." (Wikipédia)
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People who added this item 438 Average listal rating (304 ratings) 6.5 IMDB Rating 6.9



Vincent Cassel

"Detective Inspector (Lieutenant de Police) Max Kerkerian (Vincent Cassel) is in the nearby town of Sarzac investigating the desecration of the grave of Judith Herault, a girl who died in 1982, and the theft of her photos from the local primary school.
...Kerkerian goes back to search the grave in Sarzac, which is empty except for a picture, while Niemans (Jean Reno) goes to Fanny's home." (Wikipedia)
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People who added this item 629 Average listal rating (384 ratings) 6.7 IMDB Rating 6.9
The Majestic (2001)

Laurie Holden (right tombstone, Albert L. Trimble, L. means Luke)











Jim Carrey, Laurie Holden and Martin Landau



(Jim Carrey...Peter Appleton)
(Laurie Holden...Adele Stanton, Luke's girlfriend)
(Martin Landau...Harry Trimble, Luke's father)

"Peter gets drunk and accidentally drives his car off a bridge and into a river while evading an opossum on the road. He is knocked unconscious, wakes up on an ocean beach with amnesia, and finds himself in the small town of Lawson, California after being discovered by Stan Keller who takes him to the local doctor Doc Stanton. The townsfolk feel like they recognize him but it's Harry Trimble who claims Peter is his son Luke, one of 61 local boys killed in World War II and who just happens to look exactly like Peter. The real Luke went MIA nine-and-a-half years earlier; his body was never found. The town embraces "Luke" as a symbol of hope. At first mildly hesitant to embrace this life, "Luke" eventually settles in to "his old life", and with his "father" Harry and his "girlfriend" Adele Stanton, starts to restore The Majestic theater, an old movie house that Harry closed down because of hard times." (Wikipédia)
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People who added this item 3870 Average listal rating (2586 ratings) 7.3 IMDB Rating 7.6
The Others (2001)

Fionnulla Flanagan and Eric Sykes




Alakina Mann




Fionnula Flanagan as Bertha Mills
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People who added this item 4053 Average listal rating (2694 ratings) 5.9 IMDB Rating 6.4
Click (2006)

Adam Sandler, Jake Hoffman and Henry Winkler






Christopher Walken and Adam Sandler


Adam Sandler as Michael Newman
Christopher Walken as Morty, the "Angel of Death"
Henry Winkler as Theodore "Ted" K. Newman, Michael's father

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People who added this item 8492 Average listal rating (6226 ratings) 6.8 IMDB Rating 7.3
Spider-Man (2002)





Tobey Maguire and Kirsten Dunst

Tobey Maguire...Peter Parker/Spider-Man
Kirsten Dunst...Mary Jane Watson
Cliff Robertson as Ben Parker:
"May Parker's husband and Peter Parker's uncle, a fired electrician who is trying to find a new job. He is killed by a carjacker whom Peter failed to stop, and leaves Peter with the message, "With great power comes great responsibility." (Wikipédia)



Cliff Robertson as Ben Parker


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People who added this item 1341 Average listal rating (808 ratings) 7.1 IMDB Rating 7.4
Frida (2002)



Alfred Molina and Salma Hayek (Frida Kahlo)
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People who added this item 208 Average listal rating (125 ratings) 6.1 IMDB Rating 6.3
Possession (2002)

Gwyneth Paltrow and Aaron Eckhart


(Christabel LaMotte's Grave)

"A fictional story of literary scholars American Roland Mitchell (Aaron Eckhart) and British Maud Bailey (Gwyneth Paltrow), who independently find that the socially antagonistic relationship between the Victorian era poets Randolph Henry Ash (Jeremy Northam) and Christabel LaMotte (Jennifer Ehle) may have concealed a secret connection as lovers. Ash is traditional and conservative and LaMotte is a freethinking bisexual. Rival scholars become aware of their efforts and each seeks to be the first at the public disclosure of this major finding about the poets. In a parallel relationship, Mitchell and Bailey have their own deepening connection." (Wikipedia)



Jennifer Ehle as Cristabel LaMotte
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People who added this item 495 Average listal rating (313 ratings) 5.5 IMDB Rating 6.1
Birth (2004)

Nicole Kidman
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People who added this item 7073 Average listal rating (5017 ratings) 6.8 IMDB Rating 7.3
Spider-Man 2 (2004)

Rosemary Harris
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People who added this item 196 Average listal rating (122 ratings) 6.8 IMDB Rating 7

Judi Dench

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People who added this item 992 Average listal rating (666 ratings) 7.6 IMDB Rating 8.1

Joan Allen


Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa and Joan Allen


(Richard Gere...Parker H. Wilson)
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People who added this item 2100 Average listal rating (1213 ratings) 7.5 IMDB Rating 7.6
The Reader (2009)

Ralph Fiennes




Hannah Herzsprung

(Kate Winslet......Hanna Schmitz)
(Ralph Fiennes... Michael Berg)
(David Kross...Young Michael Berg)


Kate Winslet and David Kross
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People who added this item 1984 Average listal rating (1347 ratings) 7.5 IMDB Rating 7.6
True Grit (2010)



Elizabeth Marvel


(Jeff Bridges...Reuben J. "Rooster" Cogburn)
(Hailee Steinfeld...Mattie Ross)
(Elizabeth Marvel...40-year-old Mattie Ross)


Hailee Steinfeld
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People who added this item 1729 Average listal rating (1178 ratings) 6.5 IMDB Rating 6.9



Malcolm McDowell and Mila Kunis



Denzel Washington...Eli
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People who added this item 2058 Average listal rating (1284 ratings) 7.4 IMDB Rating 7.5
Hugo (2011)

Asa Butterfield and Ray Winstone
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Clint Eastwood
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People who added this item 1903 Average listal rating (1312 ratings) 7.5 IMDB Rating 7.7
Skyfall (2012)


"Monique Bond is the mother of James Bond and the spouse of Andrew Bond. Like her husband, the character has only a brief mention in Fleming's penultimate novel, You Only Live Twice. Although alluded to in 1995's GoldenEye and 2012's Skyfall, she has never been portrayed in film." (Wikia)

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People who added this item 402 Average listal rating (268 ratings) 7.4 IMDB Rating 7.6
Philomena (2013)

Judi Dench


Judi Dench and Steve Coogan






Judi Dench...Philomena
Steve Coogan...Martin Sixsmith
Sean Mahon...Michal A. Hess (Philomena's son)

People who added this item 743 Average listal rating (415 ratings) 5.5 IMDB Rating 5.9
Carrie (2013)



Gabriella Wilde



Chloe Moretz...Carrie White
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People who added this item 1441 Average listal rating (501 ratings) 6.3 IMDB Rating 6.5

Jessica Alba (Hartigan's grave)

(Jessica Alba...Nancy)
(Bruce Willis...Hartigan)

"Nancy's Last Dance"

Four years after "That Yellow Bastard"," Nancy Callahan is in a deep depression over John Hartigan's death. She is obsessed with getting revenge on Senator Roark for having driven Hartigan to kill himself. As she wallows in despair, the ghost of Hartigan (Bruce Willis) watches over her, unable to reach her but still attempting to help. On the same night that Johnny joins the backroom poker game, Nancy attempts to shoot Roark from the stage of Kadie's, but she can't bring herself to pull the trigger.

Nancy hallucinates a visit from Roark, and shortly thereafter cuts her hair and smashes a mirror...using its shards to cut her face. She decides to get Marv to help her kill Roark by showing him the scars and making him believe that Roark was responsible. As they step out of the club, they meet a motorcycle gang there to shoot up the place. Marv kills two but leaves their leader for Nancy to finish off. The pair mount an assault on Roark's compound: Marv slaughters Roark's bodyguards while Nancy picks off the guards with a crossbow. Marv is wounded, but Nancy continues on alone to confront Roark. Roark shoots her several times and is about to finish her off. Suddenly, Hartigan's ghost appears in the mirror --startling Roark long enough for Nancy to recover and kill him." (Wikipédia)

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