'Black Hawk Down' (2002)
In a movie filled with chaos, this final escape is tranquil and nerve-wracking at the same time.
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'The Gingerdead Man' (2005)
They made two sequels to this — “Passion of the Crust” and “Saturday Night Cleaver” — but Gary Busey didn’t return for either. The quality of the scripts must have really dropped off.
Nothing we can say about this movie can top Bill Murray’s (real) endorsement: “If you see one movie this year, it should be ‘Frankenhooker.’”
There’s no crazy special effects and no monsters are displayed on camera, but Zelda Rubinstein’s monologue — along with Jerry Goldsmith’s score — is creepy enough to get the job done.
'One-Eyed Monster' (2008)
A porn crew, stranded in a snowstorm, is slaughtered by the disembodied privates of adult film star Ron Jeremy. (sighs) Yes, really.
The eternally cool and totally idiosyncratic leading lady has a daring personal style that matches her unflappable acting presence.
With good reason, most Harry Potter fans adore Lily Potter, who sacrificed her life to save baby Harry from Voldemort’s Killing Curse. But Molly Weasley also deserves credit for being an awesome mum to seven precocious gingers. On top of raising her own wizards and witches, she dotes on Ron’s two best friends, Harry and Hermione, who each have to learn their way around the wizarding world. And Molly isn’t just quick with the cooking spells — when it comes to her children, she can unleash her inner warrior (take that, Bellatrix LeStrange).
The Irish lad has a smoldering — if slightly creepy — commitment to character. And he’s up for pretty much anything on camera.
Whether she’s sharing the screen with Muppets, Rocketeers or tragically-doomed lovers, Connelly has been an unmistakable raven-haired beauty.