Scarlett Johansson

Lost in Translation (2003) Rated R

Two lost souls visiting Tokyo — the young, neglected wife of a photographer and a washed-up movie star shooting a TV commercial — find an odd solace and pensive freedom to be real in each other’s company, away from their lives in America.

In Good Company (2004) Rated PG-13

An ad sales rep, Dan, must take a junior place after a corporate shakedown. Worse, he now reports to a much younger boss, Carter — a mandate made more difficult when Carter becomes smitten with Dan’s daughter.

Match Point (2005) Rated R

Tennis pro Chris gets mixed up with the darker side of high society in this suspenseful drama with a Hitchcockian flair from writer-director Woody Allen, who sets the action across the pond from his beloved New York City. Chris is befriended by a wealthy family and falls for femme fatale Nola. But a clandestine affair involving another woman leaves Chris wondering if murder is the only way out.

The Island (2005) Rated PG-13

Michael Bay’s stylish sci-fi thriller stars Ewan McGregor and Scarlett Johansson as members of a strictly regulated indoor futuristic colony who hope to win the lottery, a contest in which the grand prize is a trip to a utopian island. It’s reportedly the last uncontaminated place on Earth. But a startling discovery about the true nature of “the Island” — and their very existence — leads the two to stage a desperate escape to the outside world.

The Prestige (2006) Rated PG-13

At the dawn of the 20th century, rival magicians Robert Angier and Alfred Borden attempt to show each other’s secrets. Obsessed by the escalating competition, the two illusionists begin to perform increasingly risky tricks, which soon turn deadly.

Synopsis by Netflix.

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