James Caviezel

The Count of Monte Cristo (2002)

Rated PG-13

In this beautifully photographed rekindling of the classic Alexandre Dumas story. Edmond Dantés’s life and plans to marry the beautiful Mercedes are shattered when his best friend, Fernand, deceives him. After spending 13 miserable years in prison, Dantés escapes with the help of a inmate and plots his revenge, cleverly insinuating himself into the French nobility.

Frequency (2000)

Rated PG-13

Policeman John Sullivan has long dreamed of altering the events that took the life of his firefighter father in October 1969. So when a series of miraculous occurrences makes it possible for John to communicate with his dad, he tries to change history. But by entwining the past, present and future, John gets much more than he bargained for … and unwittingly triggers a chain reaction of tragic events.

A Good Day to Die (1995)

Rated R

Gypsy Smith is a gunfighter and bounty hunter who leads the U.S. army into an Indian settlement on a mission to capture a suspected renegade. When the Army slaughters the entire village, Gypsy adopts the sole survivor, a boy named Corby. But when Gypsy is put in charge of the Old West’s first black settlement — and history threatens to repeat itself — he and Corby must fight to save their people.

I am David (2004)

Rated PG

Based on Anne Holm’s acclaimed young adult novel North to Freedom, I Am David chronicles the struggles of a 12-year-old boy  who manages to flee a Communist concentration camp on his own — through sheer will and determination. All he has in his possession is a loaf of bread, a letter to deliver to someone in Denmark and a compass to help get him there.

Passion of the Christ (2004)

Rated R

This controversial epic that focuses on the last 12 hours of Jesus’s life — from the betrayal, trial and death of Jesus to his brutal crucifixion and resurrection from the tomb. Starring Jim Caviezel as Jesus, Maia Morgenstern as Jesus’s mother and Monica Bellucci as Mary Magdalene, The Passion is spoken entirely in Latin and Aramaic, and the violent Crucifixion scenes are incredibly graphic.

synopsis by Netflix.

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