John Cusack

Anastasia (1997)

Rated G

This animated adventure retells the story of the lost daughter of Russia’s last czar. The evil Rasputin places a curse on the Romanov family, and Anastasia and her grandmother, Empress Maria, get separated. After growing up in an orphanage, Anastasia encounters two Russian men seeking a reward offered by Empress Maria for the return of her granddaughter. The trio travels to Paris, where they find that the empress has grown skeptical of imposters.

Identity (2003)

Rated R

Complete strangers stranded at a remote desert motel during a raging storm soon find themselves the target of a deranged murderer. As their numbers thin out, the travelers begin to turn on each other, as each tries to figure out who the killer is. This spine-tingling thriller that culminates in a surprising twist for everyone concerned — including the murderer.

The murderer will shock you.

Journey of Natty Gann (1985)

Rated PG

Set during the Great Depression, this inspirational story chronicles a young girl’s journey to find her father and her never-waning faith that they’ll be reunited. Natty, whose cross-country determination leads her to characters who ultimately teach her much about life.

Say Anything (1989)

Rated PG-13

A budding romance between noble underachiever Lloyd Dobler and high school valedictorian Diane Court is threatened when Diane’s overly possessive, disapproving father interferes with their relationship. With a prized scholarship to study abroad hanging in the balance, Diane must find a way to make both men happy.

Sixteen Candles (1984)

Rated PG

Sam Baker’s 16th birthday should be perfect and memorable, but her whole family is so preoccupied with her older sister’s wedding that they completely forget her big day. But catching the eye of Jake Ryan would make everything better for Sam.

synopsis by Netflix.

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