Jake Gyllenhaal

Jake Gyllenhaal

 Zodiac (2006) Rated R

Based on events in the 1960s and ’70s, this chilling drama recounts the actions
of a killer who stalked the streets of San Francisco and left clues in the
newspaper, relating the mystery through a cartoonist who became obsessed with
the case.

 Love and Other Drugs (2010) Rated R

Pharmaceutical representative Jamie Randall becomes a player
in the big game of male-performance-enhancement-drug sales and, along the way,
finds unexpected romance with a woman suffering from Parkinson’s
disease. Based on the real-life Jamie Reidy’s memoir, Hard Sell: The
Evolution of a Viagra Salesman
, this satirical look inside the culture of
Big Pharm is directed by Edward Zwick.

 Source Code (2011) Rated PG-13

Jake Gyllenhaal stars as a soldier recruited for a time-bending government
investigation that places him in another man’s mind and body to relive the same
traumatic event repeatedly to name the perpetrators of a
terrorist bombing.

 Proof (2005) Rated PG-13

As a devoted daughter comes to terms with the death of her father — a brilliant
mathematician whose genius was crippled by mental instability — she’s forced to
face her own dark fears. But she has help from one of her father’s former
students.

 The Good Girl (2002) Rated R

Feeling trapped in her marriage, “good girl” Justine begins an affair with
Holden, a younger co-worker who’s obsessed with The Catcher in the Rye. But it
doesn’t take long for Holden’s passion to bloom into a poisonous obsession.

Synopsis by Netflix.

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