Reese Witherspoon

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 Walk the Line (2005) Rated PG-13

This critically acclaimed biopic distills country singer Johnny Cash’s
transformation from man to icon — from his hardscrabble days on an Arkansas
farm to his time inside Memphis’s Sun Studios, where he finally found a voice
for his talents.

 A Far Off Place (1993) Rated PG

Nonnie Parker, an African game warden’s daughter, and city
slicker Harry Winslow are thrown together by tragedy when they
witness a massacre on an isolated savannah. The only way they can get help is to
traverse the Kalahari Desert on foot. Aided on the journey by a bushman named
Xhabbo, they grow to lean on each other and discover that they need each other
to make it through these unusual circumstances alive.

 Legally Blonde (2001) Rated PG-13

Reese Witherspoon stars as Elle Woods, a Valley girl who one-ups her
Harvard-bound boyfriend by enrolling at the university’s law school after he
jilts her. But instead of failing, Elle learns that she has what it takes to
become an attorney.

 Water for Elephants (2011) Rated PG-13

In this captivating Depression-era melodrama, impetuous veterinary student Jacob
Jankowski joins a celebrated circus as an animal caretaker but faces a wrenching
dilemma when he’s transfixed by angelic married performer Marlena.

 Sweet Home Alabama (2002) Rated PG-13

Melanie abandons her Alabama roots and high school-sweetheart husband in favor
of Manhattan’s glamorous social circles, where she attracts a handsome Park
Avenue boyfriend. But when she visits home, she begins to question her decision.

synopsis by Netflix.

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