Jessica Alba

The Eye (2008)

Rated PG-13

With help from her doctor and her sister, blind violinist Sydney learns to see again after undergoing a corneal transplant. But the surgery leaves behind some creepy side effects, including the ability to see supernatural beings. Trouble is, no one believes her, drawing her sanity deeply into question. This thriller is a remake of the Hong Kong spine-tingler of the same name.

Into the Blue (2005)

Rated PG-13

While scouting the deep blue waters off the Bahamas, a group of divers finds a sunken plane with an illegal cargo worth millions. But ruthless drug kingpins are also after the plane’s illicit booty, morphing the divers from the hunters to the hunted. Josh Brolin and Tyson Beckford co-star in this thriller loosely based on the 1977 film The Deep.

Meet Bill (2007)

Rated R

Beleaguered bank employee Bill has his hands full with his two-timing wife, his oblivious father-in-law¬† who runs the bank and frustrated efforts to change careers. But Bill’s life just may turn around when he’s coaxed to mentor a wise cracking teen.

The Office (2008)

Rated NR

The dysfunction continues for delusional boss Michael Scott and his crew at the Pennsylvania-based Dunder Mifflin paper company in the fifth season of this Emmy-winning sitcom based on a British series by the same name. Control freak Dwight attempts to pull off another power play; Jim and Pam wrestle with their relationship; and Michael tries to keep the team productive.

The Sleeping Dictionary (2003)

Rated R

A young English colonial is sent to the jungles of the Sarawak during the 1930s. Inside this steamy jungle, the officer meets up with a beautiful native who’s assigned to teach him the native language. Their tutoring sessions evolve into a passionate bonding of forbidden love, but before long, their romance is torn apart by war, as the British troops and the tutor’s tribe become enmeshed in battle.

synopsis by Netflix.

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One Response to Jessica Alba

  1. Jessica Alba is okay, she’s a great artist. I’ve seen some of her movies, and she’s actually awesome. I just don’t see her as a woman portraying a role just like Diane Kruger’s role in Troy. Although for sure she’ll do perfect in romatic comedies.

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