Rachel McAdams

 The Family Stone (2005) Rated PG-13

Although their relationship works in the city, things begin to fall apart for buttoned-up Manhattanites Everett  and Meredith when they visit the suburbs for the holidays to stay with Everett’s family. Sarah’s first meeting with Everett’s parents proves so traumatic that she calls in her sister for backup — a move that only makes Christmas more complicated.

 Mean Girls (2004) Rated PG-13

After growing up abroad, brainy teen Cady Heron moves to Chicago and haphazardly joins her new high school’s most powerful clique. But there’s hell to pay when the ex-boyfriend of the clique’s menacing leader shows interest in being Cady’s guy.

 The Notebook (2004) Rated PG-13

Two young lovers are torn apart by war and class differences in the 1940s in this adaptation of Nicholas Sparks’s best-selling novel. Their story is told by a man who, years later, reads from a notebook while he visits a woman in a nursing home. Nick Cassavetes directs this heart-tugging romance about the sacrifices people will make to hang on to their one true love.

 Red Eye (2005) Rated PG-13

Terrified of flying, Lisa reluctantly hops a red-eye flight bound for Miami and buckles up for a bumpy ride. But her phobia morphs into terror when she learns that a fellow passenger has plans to murder the deputy secretary of Homeland Security. Worse yet is that he wants to use her as part of the plot. Horror master Wes Craven directs this psychological thriller set at 30,000 feet.

 Wedding Crashers (2005) Rated UR

In this raucous romantic comedy, John and his buddy Jeremy are emotional criminals who know how to use a woman’s hopes and dreams for their own carnal gain. And their modus operandi? Crashing weddings. Normally, they meet guests who want to toast the romantic day with a random hook-up. But when John meets Claire, he discovers what true love — and heartache — feels like.

synopsis by Netflix.

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One Response to Rachel McAdams

  1. Hey Laurarachel4,
    Thanks for the info, I couldn’t tell them apart, and i always mistake Rachel McAdams for Jennifer Garner in the Time Traveller’s wife, and also in the notebook :/
    Thanks

    Like

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