|2010 1984 PG, 116 min.|
Genre: Sci-Fi / Adventure / Mystery / Thriller
aka: 2010: The Year We Make Contact
Director: Peter Hyams
Cast: Roy Scheider, John Lithgow, Helen Mirren, Bob Balaban, Keir Dullea, Madolyn Smith Osborne, Dana Elcar, Douglas Rain, Candice Bergen, Taliesin Jaffe, James McEachin, Mary Jo Deschanel, Elya Baskin, Saveli Kramarov, Oleg Rudnik
In this sequel to "2001: A Space Odyssey," it is nine years later when a new team of American and Russian astronauts are sent into space to discover the mystery of the errant computer HAL (voice of Douglas Rain) that has been missing for years. The question is whether, if recovered, HAL can be trusted.
|Age of Consent 1969 R, 103 min.|
Genre: Drama / Comedy / Romance
Director: Michael Powell
Cast: James Mason, Helen Mirren, Jack MacGowran, Neva Carr-Glyn, Peggy Cass, Frank Thring, Andonia Katsaros, Michael Boddy, Harold Hopkins, Frank Thring, Slim DeGrey, Clarissa Kaye-Mason, Judith McGrath, Lenore Caton, Diane Strachan
This offbeat film has painter Bradley Morahan (James Mason) returning to Australia and moving onto an island on the Great Barrier Reef. He upsets the citizens when he uses a very young Cora (Helen Mirren), who also lives on the island, as his nude model. Cora's grandmother (Neva Carr-Glyn) steals the money Cora earned while posing nude, and, when Cora chases her up a cliff, the grandmother falls to her death. After police detectives rule the death accidental, Bradley and Cora settle into a cabin together.
|Arthur 2011 PG-13, 110 min.|
Director: Jason Winer
Cast: Russell Brand, Helen Mirren, Greta Gerwig, Jennifer Garner, Geraldine James, Luis Guzman, Nick Nolte, Christina Calph, Muphy Guyer, Jose Ramon Rosario, John Hodgman, Scott Adsit, Evander Holyfield, Peter Van Wagner, Robert Clohessy
Drunken playboy Arthur (Russell Brand) is living in the lap of luxury. His nanny Hobson (Helen Mirren) and his chauffeur Bitterman (Luis Guzman) have taken care of his needs. When Arthur's mother, Vivienne (Geraldine James) wants him to marry Susan (Jennifer Garner) whose father Burt (Nick Nolte) is a self-made millionaire, Arthur rebels. He has fallen in love with working-class girl Naomi (Greta Gerwig), and when his mother threatens to take away his inheritance if he will not marry Susan, Arthur must face the fact that if he doesn't marry Susan, he will become part of the working class.
|Cal 1984 R, 102 min.|
Genre: Drama / Thriller / Romance
Director: Pat O'Connor
Cast: Helen Mirren, John Lynch, Donal McCann, John Kavanagh, Ray McAnally, Stevan Rimkus, Catherine Gibson, Louis Rolston, Tom Hickey, Gerard Mannix Flynn, Edward Byrne, Audrey Johnson, Seamus Forde, J.J. Murphy, Brian Munn
Cal (John Lynch), a young Catholic in Northern Ireland, falls in love with the widowed Marcella (Helen Mirren) whose Protestant husband was killed by the IRA–a crime in which Cal reluctantly played a role. Now, as Cal becomes more interested in Marcella, she becomes attracted to him. But, Cal cannot bring himself to share with Marcella his role in her husband's murder. Can their love survive with the terrible secret being kept from Miranda? Mirren won the 1984 Cannes Best Actress award.
|Calendar Girls 2003 PG-13, 108 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama
Director: Nigel Cole
Cast: Helen Mirren, Julie Walters, John Alderton, Linda Bassett, Annette Crosbie, Philip Glenister, Ciaran Hinds, Celia Imrie, Geraldine James, Penelope Wilton, George Costigan, Graham Crowden, John Fortune, Georgie Glen, Angela Curran
Middle-aged friends Angela (Julie Walters) and Tricia (Helen Mirren) set off a media frenzy after convincing fellow members of the Ryletone Women's Institute in North Yorkshire to pose nude for the group's annual calendar. Proceeds will go to leukemia research honoring Angela's recently deceased husband (John Alderton), but the attention tests more than one long-time friendship.
|The Clearing 2004 R, 90 min.|
Director: Pieter Jan Brugge
Cast: Robert Redford, Helen Mirren, Willem Dafoe, Alessandro Nivola, Matt Craven, Melissa Sagemiller, Wendy Crewson, Larry Pine, Diana Scarwid, Elizabeth Ruscio, Gwen McGee, Sarah Koskoff
Arnold Mack (Willem Dafoe) kidnaps wealthy businessman Wayne Hayes (Robert Redford) and demands a $1 million ransom while Wayne's wife, Eileen (Helen Mirren), is left at home with their family trying to keep cool even with FBI Agent Ray Fuller (Matt Craven) digging into her past and Eileen admitting to Fuller that Wayne had, indeed, cheated on her.
|Coming Through 1985 N/R, 80 min.|
Director: Peter Barber-Fleming
Cast: Kenneth Branagh, Helen Mirren, Alison Steadman, Philip Martin Brown, Felicity Montagu, Fiona Victory, Norman Rodway, Alison King, Lynn Farleigh, Malcolm Storry, Robin Paul Bassford, Benjamin Whitrow
Through flashbacks–intertwined with a man and woman who are obsessed with D. H. Lawrence–the life of Lawrence (Kenneth Branagh) including his love for aristocratic Frieda Von Richthofen (Helen Mirren) is told.
|The Cook, the Thief, His Wife, and Her Lover 1989 R, 126 min.|
Director: Peter Greenaway
Cast: Richard Bohringer, Michael Gambon, Helen Mirren, Alan Howard, Tim Roth, Ciaran Hinds, Gary Olsen, Liz Smith, Roger Lloyd-Pack
Georgina (Helen Mirren) has an affair, and with the help of the cook (Richard Bohringer) plots to outdo her sadistic, restaurant-owner husband (Michael Gambon). Lots of sex and violence. There is also an NC-17 rated version. 1 User Review
|Look at me Dot 04/20/2010 |
| I loved Helen Mirren in this movie. She was bold and exquisite in her attitude. She captivated me, I could not stop watching this movie. As bazarr as it was. I loved everything about Helen Mirren. I loved the clothes she wore. The way she walked and the way she tipped away like a femme fatale, secretly meeting her lover. Her lover in that same old stale brown suit, day after day. Her husband so obscene in his lack of class and manners during dinner. I wish this movie would come on cable. I have been awaiting to see it, but nothing. So I am renting it from the County Library. This is a must see! Fabulous! Brilliant and funny! Bravo to Helen Mirren!|
|Critical Care 1997 R, 105 min.|
Genre: Drama / Comedy
Director: Sidney Lumet
Cast: James Spader, Kyra Sedgwick, Helen Mirren, Margo Martindale, Jeffrey Wright, Wallace Shawn, Anne Bancroft, Albert Brooks, Philip Bosco, Edward Herrmann, Colm Feore, James Lally, Harvey Atkin, Al Waxman, Hamish McEwan
While working in a hospital's intensive care unit where ethics have hit an all-time low, Dr. Werner Ernst (James Spader) deals with life and death when he comes to the aid of sisters Felicia (Kyra Sedgwick) and Constance (Margo Martindale). Their father is in a comatose state, and one sister wants to pull the plug while the other sister demands that their father be kept alive. Ernst must decide between the hospital's callous world and a cry for humanitarian help.
|Door to Door 2002 TV, 90 min.|
Director: Steven Schachter
Cast: William H. Macy, Helen Mirren, Kyra Sedgwick, Kathy Baker, Joel Brooks, Michael Shanks, Woody Jeffreys, Laurie Murdoch, Shylo Sharity, Brittany Tiplady
Based on a true story, this inspirational made-for-TV film follows the 40-year career of a door-to-door salesman, Bill Porter (William H. Macy), who was born with cerebral palsy. Despite this severe condition, he succeeded through determination and the support of his mother and his assistant.
|Excalibur 1981 R, 140 min.|
Director: John Boorman
Cast: Nigel Terry, Helen Mirren, Nicholas Clay, Cherie Lunghi, Paul Geoffrey, Nicol Williamson, Liam Neeson, Corin Redgrave, Gabriel Byrne, Patrick Stewart
This entertaining film about King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table adds new dimensions to the legend by providing an adult version starring Nigel Terry as King Arthur.
|The Fiendish Plot of Dr. Fu Manchu 1980 PG, 108 min.|
Director: Piers Haggard
Cast: Peter Sellers, Helen Mirren, David Tomlinson, Sid Caesar, Simon Williams, Steve Franken, John Le Mesurier, Burt Kwouk, Stratford Johns, John Sharp, Clement Harari, Kwan-Young Lee, John Tan, Philip Tan, Serge Julien
In Peter Sellers' last film, he plays both the evil Fu Manchu and detective Nayland Smith who is out to prevent Fu Manchu from gaining control of the world. Bad.
|Gosford Park 2001 R, 137 min.|
Director: Robert Altman
Cast: Michael Gambon, Kristin Scott Thomas, Emily Watson, Maggie Smith, Charles Dance, Derek Jacobi, Jeremy Northam, Richard E. Grant, Helen Mirren, Alan Bates
Set in England during the early 1930s, this mystery centers on a weekend social gathering at the country estate of Sir William McCordle (Michael Gambon) and his wife, Lady Sylvia (Kristen Scott Thomas). When McCordle is murdered, the question becomes: "Who did not have a motive?" Seven Academy award nominations were received, including Best Director and two for Best Supporting Actress (Helen Mirren and Maggie Smith). An Oscar was received for Best Original Screenplay.
|Greenfingers 2000 R, 91 min.|
Director: Joel Hershman
Cast: Clive Owen, Helen Mirren, David Kelly, Warren Clarke, Danny Dyer, Adam Fogerty, Paterson Joseph, Natasha Little, Peter Guinness, Sally Edwards
When the time nears for his release from prison, a sullen Colin Briggs (Clive Owen) is transferred to a minimum-security prison, Edgefield, where he shares a room with a kindly older prisoner, Fergus Wilks (David Kelly). A wary friendship develops, and Briggs receives a packet of violet seeds from Wilks for Christmas. Briggs plants them, they survive, and it isn't long before he is gardening with other prisoners. When gardening guru Georgina Woodhouse (Helen Mirren) comes to town for a booksigning, she spots Briggs' garden and gets the jailed gardeners a spot in a contest for England's best garden at the Hampton Court Flower Show. Meanwhile, romance blooms between Briggs and Woodhouse's daughter, Primrose (Natasha Little), who have plans for their own "gardening."
|The Hawk 1993 R, 86 min.|
Genre: Drama / Thriller
Director: David Hayman
Cast: Helen Mirren, George Costigan, Owen Teale, Melanie Till, Rosemary Leach, Pooky Quesnel, Clive Russell, David Harewood, Marie Hamer, Christipher Madin, Helen Ryan, John Duttine
Annie Marsh (Helen Mirren) suspects that her husband Stephen (George Costigan) is the serial killer known as "The Hawk." After confiding in her friend Norma (Melanie Till), Annie goes to the police, but she fears that they will not believe her because she has spent time in a mental hospital.
|The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy 2005 PG, 110 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Sci-Fi
Director: Garth Jennings
Cast: Martin Freeman, Mos Def, Sam Rockwell, Zooey Deschanel, Bill Nighy, John Malkovich, Warwick Davis, Anna Chancellor, Alan Rickman, Helen Mirren, Stephen Fry, Thomas Lennon
Just before aliens act on their plans to destroy Earth, Arthur Dent (Martin Freeman) is whisked off on an adventure-filled ride around the Galaxy.
|Hussy 1980 R, 95 min.|
Director: Matthew Chapman
Cast: Helen Mirren, John Shea, Murray Salem, Paul Angelis, Jenny Runacre, Daniel Chasin, Marika Rivera, Hal Galili, Sandy Ratcliff, Jill Melford
When hostess and prostitute Beaty (Helen Mirren) and her lover Emory (John Shea) become involved in a drug deal that could provide the money needed for a better life, danger and violence enter the scene, and plans go awry.
|Inkheart 2009 PG, 106 min.|
Genre: Family / Adventure / Fantasy
Director: Iain Softley
Cast: Brendan Fraser, Eliza Bennett, Helen Mirren, Paul Bettany, Andy Serkis, Jim Broadbent, Rafi Gavron, Sienna Guillory, Richard Strange, Matt King, Steve Speirs, Jamie Foreman, Stephen Graham, Lesley Sharp, Tereza Srbova
Based on Cornelia Funke's children's novel, this is a fantasy adventure in which 12-year-old Meggie (Eliza Bennett) and her father Mo (Brendan Fraser) share a unique talent of bringing characters in books to life. But, when one character steps out of a book into real life, another living person disappears. Years ago, Mo read out loud the novel "Inkheart," and Meggie's mother Resa (Sienna Guillory) mysteriously disappeared. Now, Mo and Meggie travel around Europe searching for a copy of "Inkheart" so that Mo can read it aloud and, hopefully, bring back Resa. But, Capricorn (Andy Serkis) is also searching for copies of the book so that he can destroy them in order to protect himself from being sent back to the pages of fiction. And then there is Dustfinger (Paul Bettany) who wants Mo to find a copy of "Inkheart" and read him back into the story so that he can rejoin his family. Along the way, Mo and Meg team up with bookworm Elinor Loredan (Helen Mirren), the author of "Inkheart" Fenoglio (Jim Broadbent), and thief Farid (Rafi Gavron). Now the race is on to find the last remaining copy of "Inkheart" before Capricorn can destroy it.
|Last Orders 2001 R, 109 min.|
Director: Fred Schepisi
Cast: Michael Caine, Tom Courtenay, David Hemmings, Bob Hoskins, Helen Mirren, Ray Winstone, JJ Feild, Cameron Fitch, Nolan Hemmings, Anatol Yusef
Seventy years of Jack Dodd's (Michael Caine) life are remembered by his friends as they travel from London to a seaside resort to scatter Jack's ashes at sea. The journey brings out good as well as painful memories, which serve as a catalyst in bonding Jack's friends to each other.
|The Last Station 2009 R, 112 min.|
Director: Michael Hoffman
Cast: Christopher Plummer, Helen Mirren, Paul Giamatti, Anne-Marie Duff, Kerry Condon, James McAvoy, Patrick Kennedy, John Sessions, David Masterson, Nenad Lucic, Tomas Spencer, Maximilian Gartner
This screen adaptation of Jay Parini's novel relates the final days of an ailing Leo Tolstoy (Christopher Plummer). Leo and his wife Sofya (Helen Mirren) are living on their estate when Valentin Bulgakov (James McAvoy) arrives to take his position as Leo's secretary. Although Sofya disagrees, Leo and his long-time friend Vladimir Chertkov (Paul Giamatti) believe that the profits from his famous novels "War and Peace" and "Anna Karenina" belong to the Tolstoyans who spread his beliefs in Christianity and pacifism–not to his family. Vladimir has arranged for Valentin to spy on Sofya and provide him with the information he needs to convince Leo to change his will. Academy Award nominations were received for Best Actress (Mirren) and Supporting Actor (Plummer).
|Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole 2010 PG, 90 min.|
Genre: Animation / Fantasy / Adventure /
Director: Zack Snyder
Cast: Sam Neill, Geoffrey Rush, David Wenham, Emily Barclay, Abbie Cornish, Adrienne DeFaria, Ryan Kwanten, Sacha Horler, Miriam Margolyes, Helen Mirren, Jim Sturgess, Essie Davis, Anthony LaPaglia, Deborra-Lee Furness, Bill Hunter
In this animated film, young barn owl Soren (voice of Jim Sturgess) and his brother Kludd (voice of Ryan Kwanten) fall out of their tree and are kidnapped by the Pure Ones, led by their queen, Nyra (voice of Helen Mirren). They are taken to St. Aeoligus Academy for Orphaned Owls where they are to be brainwashed into becoming soldiers. Soren and young girl owl Gylfie (voice of Emily Barclay) are chosen to be scavengers and are forced to stare at the moon, which turns them into dazed zombies. They are saved, and, now, they fly off across the sea in search of Ga'Hoole in their effort to save the owl kingdom.
|The Long Good Friday 1980 R, 114 min.|
Genre: Drama / Mystery / Thriller
Director: John Mackenzie
Cast: Bob Hoskins, Helen Mirren, Eddie Constantine, Dave King, Bryan Marshall, Derek Thompson, Pierce Brosnan, George Coulouris, Paul Freeman, P.H. Moriarty, Daragh O'Malley, Alan Ford, Leo Dolan, Patti Love, Olivier Pierre
In this good gangster film, London mob boss Harold Shand (Bob Hoskins) is fighting to keep power in his dangerous world when bombs explode in his Rolls Royce and the pub he owns. Then, a third bomb is discovered in his casino. It is Easter weekend, and Shand appears to be doomed because the IRA is behind the bombings, and he cannot defend himself against their terrorism.
|Losing Chase 1996 R, 92 min.|
Director: Kevin Bacon
Cast: Helen Mirren, Kyra Sedgwick, Beau Bridges, Michael Yarmush, Lucas Denton, Elva Mai Hoover, Nancy Beatty, Rino Romano, Simon Reynolds, Ron Gabriel
In Kevin Bacon's directorial debut, he presents this story of Chase Philips (Helen Mirren) who returns home to Martha's Vineyard to recover from her nervous breakdown. The story centers on Chase's growing relationship with Elizabeth Cole (Kyra Sedgwick), a younger woman hired to take care of the Philips children.
|Love Ranch 2010 R, 117 min.|
Director: Taylor Hackford
Cast: Helen Mirren, Joe Pesci, Sergio Peris-Mencheta, Gina Gershon, Taryn Manning, Bryan Cranston, M.C. Gainey, Ling Bai, Scout Taylor-Compton, Elise Neal, Melora Walters, Gil Birmingham, Rick Gomez, Emily Rios, Raoul Trujillo
Grace and Charlie Bontempo (Helen Mirren and Joe Pesci) own a brothel ranch in Nevada, and Charlie invites South American heavyweight boxer Armando Bruza (Sergio Peris-Mencheta) to train at the ranch. Bruza arrives and is attracted to Grace, and, when their passions take over, Charlie's jealousy erupts, and dire consequences await Bruza.
|The Madness of King George 1994 N/R, 110 min.|
Director: Nicholas Hytner
Cast: Nigel Hawthorne, Helen Mirren, Julian Wadham, Rupert Everett, Amanda Donohoe, Rupert Graves, Ian Holm, John Wood, Jim Carter, Anthony Calf
King George III (Nigel Hawthorne) not only lost his mind, he also lost the United States when it won its independence. This film is delightful and a must-see for all history buffs who will enjoy watching as George's own son, the Prince of Wales (Rupert Everett), makes a power play for the throne. The film won an Academy Award for Art Direction and was nominated for three others, including Actor and Supporting Actress (Mirren).
|A Midsummer Night's Dream 1968 N/R, 124 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Fantasy / Romance
Director: Peter Hall
Cast: Derek Godfrey, Barbara Jefford, Nicholas Selby, Hugh Sullivan, David Warner, Diana Rigg, Helen Mirren, Ian Richardson, Judi Dench, Ian Holm, Michael Jayston, Paul Rogers, Sebastian Shaw, Bill Travers, Clive Swift
Several well-known stars–David Warner, Diana Rigg, Helen Mirren, and Judi Dench, for example–join the cast of England's Royal Shakespeare Company to provide a good rendition of Shakespeare's fantasy.
|The Mosquito Coast 1986 PG, 119 min.|
Genre: Adventure / Drama / Thriller
Director: Peter Weir
Cast: Harrison Ford, River Phoenix, Helen Mirren, Jadrien Steele, Hilary Gordon, Rebecca Gordon, Jason Alexander, Dick O'Neill, Butterfly McQueen, Andre Gregory, Conrad Roberts, Alice Heffernan-Sneed, Martha Plimpton, Michael Rogers, William Newman
The theme of this film is the same as "The Swiss Family Robinson." This time, a father, Allie Fox (Harrison Ford), who is upset with what is happening to the culture of America, takes his family (Helen Mirren, River Phoenix, Jadrien Steele, Hilary Gordon, and Rebecca Gordon) to Central America where they attempt to set up a perfect community. At times beautiful and inventive and at times a drag, but in any event it will hit each viewer differently.
|National Treasure: Book of Secrets 2007 PG, 125 min.|
Genre: Adventure / Action
Director: Jon Turteltaub
Cast: Nicolas Cage, Justin Bartha, Diane Kruger, Jon Voight, Helen Mirren, Ed Harris, Harvey Keitel, Bruce Greenwood, Ty Burrell, Michael Maize, Timothy V. Murphy, Alicia Coppola, Albert Hall, Joel Gretsch, Christian Camargo
In this sequel to "National Treasure," treasure hunter Ben Gates (Nicolas Cage) and his historian grandfather Patrick Gates (Jon Voight) are back. Also returning are sidekick Riley Poole (Justin Bartha) and rare-documents expert Abigail Chase (Diane Kruger). The story revolves around a missing page in John Wilkes Booth's diary that Mitch Wilkinson (Ed Harris) informs Ben may show Ben's great-grandfather as a conspirator in Abraham Lincoln's assassination. The hunt is on, and the treasure hunters head to France, London, and Washington, D.C. looking for clues. Even kidnapping the President (Bruce Greenwood) is not out of the question as a means of getting their hands on top secrets concerning the Native Americans' Lost City of Gold, Cibola, in order to clear the family name. 1 User Review
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|No Such Thing 2001 R, 105 min.|
Genre: Horror / Fantasy
Director: Hal Hartley
Cast: Sarah Polley, Robert John Burke, Helen Mirren, Baltasar Kormakur, Paul Lazar, Annika Peterson, Julie Christie, Margret Akadottir, Julie Anderson, Gudrun Bjarnadottir
An aspiring reporter, Beatrice (Sarah Polley), travels to Iceland searching for her missing fiance who has been reported killed and then dined on by a Monster (Robert John Burke). She does find the Monster, forms a relationship, and brings him to NYC for treatment. This is NOT Disney's "Beauty and the Beast."
|O Lucky Man! 1973 R, 186 min.|
Genre: Drama / Comedy / Musical / Fantasy
Director: Lindsay Anderson
Cast: Malcolm McDowell, Ralph Richardson, Rachel Roberts, Arthur Lowe, Helen Mirren, Dandy Nichols, Mona Washbourne, Graham Crowden, Peter Jeffrey, Michael Medwin, Alan Price, Philip Stone, Mary MacLeod, Michael Bangerter, Wallas Eaton
This allegory, with the politics of Capitalism as its subject, is told through a young coffee salesman's–Mick Travis (Malcolm McDowell)–experiences as he climbs up and falls down the ladder of success. Alan Price adds to the fast-paced story with several songs that reflect Mick's rise and fall: "Someone has to win in the human race, if it isn't you, then it has to be me."
|The Passion of Ayn Rand 1999 N/R, 105 min.|
Director: Christopher Menaul
Cast: Helen Mirren, Eric Stoltz, Julie Delpy, Peter Fonda, Sybil Temchen, Tom McCamus, Don McKellar, David Ferry, Donald Carrier, Hamish McEwan
The celebrated atheist, author/philosopher Ayn Rand, is portrayed well by Helen Mirren, but that is about all that is good about this film. This is the story of Ayn's private life, concentrating on her affair with a much younger man–with the permission of both her husband and her lover's wife.
|The Pledge 2001 R, 124 min.|
Director: Sean Penn
Cast: Jack Nicholson, Robin Wright Penn, Sam Shepard, Aaron Eckhart, Vanessa Redgrave, Michael O'Keefe, Benicio Del Toro, Harry Dean Stanton, Helen Mirren, Pauline Roberts
Detective Jerry Black (Jack Nicholson) makes a pledge to the parents of an eight-year-old murder victim that he will track down her killer. Although a suspect (Benicio Del Toro) has been arrested, as his investigation proceeds, Jerry begins to suspect the work of a serial killer. Preparing his trap for the killer, Jerry buys a gas station/convenience store near the towns where other murders have occurred. He also meets young Chrissy (Pauline Roberts) and falls in love with Chrissy's mom (Robin Wright Penn). Will Jerry's obsession with solving the crimes allow him to set up Chrissy as a potential victim?
|Prime Suspect 1991 TV, 207 min.|
Director: Christopher Menaul
Cast: Helen Mirren, Tom Bell, John Benfield, John Bowe, Zoe Wanamaker, Bryan Pringle, Ralph Fiennes, Tom Wilkinson, John Forgeham, Gary Whelan, Jack Ellis, Craig Fairbrass
Jane Tennison (Helen Mirren) is the only woman on London's homicide squad. When the head investigator of a murder case dies, Jane lobbies for and heads up the case. She not only must deal with a crazed serial killer but also with her hostile male comrades in the squad. This is the first of several British TV miniseries entries that follow the exploits of Jane Tennison.
|The Prince of Egypt 1998 PG, 99 min.|
Genre: Animation / Family / Musical / Drama
Director: Brenda Chapman, Steve Hickner, Simon Wells
Cast: Val Kilmer, Ralph Fiennes, Sandra Bullock, Danny Glover, Jeff Goldblum, Steve Martin, Helen Mirren, Michelle Pfeiffer, Martin Short, Patrick Stewart, James Avery, Linda Shayne, Brian Stokes Mitchell
This animated film makes use of computer-aided animation as it presents the story of Moses (voice of Val Kilmer) from the day he was rescued from the Nile to the day he comes down from the mountain with the Ten Commandments. Academy Award-winning song: "When you Believe." The musical score was also nominated for an Oscar.
|Prince of Jutland 1994 R, 85 min.|
aka: Royal Deceit
Director: Gabriel Axel
Cast: Gabriel Byrne, Helen Mirren, Christian Bale, Brian Cox, Steven Waddington, Kate Beckinsale, Tony Haygarth, Tom Wilkinson, Saskia Wickham, Freddie Jones, Brian Glover, Andy Serkis
Shakespeare's "Hamlet" gets a do-over in this film, supposedly presenting a more accurate Danish account of events in the sixth century. Prince Amled (Christian Bale) sees his uncle (Gabriel Byrne) murder the prince's father and brother in order to gain the throne and marry Amled's mother (Helen Mirren). Now Amled starts planning his revenge–starting with feigning madness.
|The Queen 2006 PG-13, 103 min.|
Director: Stephen Frears
Cast: Helen Mirren, Michael Sheen, James Cromwell, Alex Jennings, Mark Bazeley, Helen McCrory, Roger Allam, Sylvia Syms, Tim McMullan, Robin Soans, Lola Peploe, Douglas Reith, Joyce Henderson, Pat Laffan
This inside look at the struggle between HM Queen Elizabeth II (Helen Mirren) and recently elected Prime Minister Tony Blair (Michael Sheen) chronicles decisions made in the compromise between public mourning and private snubbing following Diana's tragic death that resulted in a state funeral. Helen Mirren won an Oscar for Best Actress, and the film received five other Oscar nominations including Best Picture and Director. 1 User Review
|One of the best movies of all time||Anonymous 01/20/2012 |
| This movie was very good! Helen played the role of Queen Elizabeth with such emotion and profoundness, it appeared as though it was real life. This movie captured the very essence of it's purpose!|
|Raising Helen 2004 PG-13, 119 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama / Romance
Director: Garry Marshall
Cast: Kate Hudson, John Corbett, Joan Cusack, Hayden Panettiere, Spencer Breslin, Abigail Breslin, Helen Mirren, Sakina Jaffrey, Kevin Kilner, Felicity Huffman, Sean O'Bryan, Amber Valletta, Michael Esparza, Ethan Browne, Katie Carr
After her sister dies in a car crash, Helen Harris (Kate Hudson) takes over the guardianship of her sister's three children–15-year-old Audrey (Hayden Panettiere), 10-year-old Henry (Spencer Breslin), and 5-year-old Sarah (Abigail Breslin). Helen finds that, despite having to change her nightclub lifestyle, family is what really matters.
|Red 2010 PG-13, 111 min.|
Genre: Action / Comedy
Director: Robert Schwentke
Cast: Bruce Willis, Morgan Freeman, Mary-Louise Parker, John Malkovich, Helen Mirren, Heidi von Palleske, Jefferson Brown, Karl Urban, Rebecca Pidgeon, Jaqueline Fleming, Richard Dreyfuss, Jason Guiliano, Alec Rayme, Ernest Borgnine, Emily Kuroda
Former CIA agent Frank Moses (Bruce Willis) has been calling Social Security worker Sarah Ross (Mary-Louise Parker) to complain about his pension check and, in the process, is becoming romantically attracted to her. After Frank's home is attacked by a team of assassins, Frank kidnaps Sarah because he fears that she may also be targeted. Next, he rounds up his retired CIA co-horts–Joe (Morgan Freeman), Marvin (John Malkovich), and Victoria (Helen Mirren)–and leads them on a cross-country mission to break into CIA headquarters to find out what was behind the attack. When they do arrive at CIA headquarters, they uncover a huge government conspiracy and cover-up. 3 User Reviews
|Awesome Movie||KyTrish57 01/29/2011 |
| This is a must see movie if you want old fashioned action with a great cast. I have always loved Bruce Willis and teamed up with Helen Mirren, Morgan Freeman, and John Malkovitch was brilliant. I saw this at the movie theater when it first came out and bought the DVD and have watched it at least 10 times since. I never get tired of seeing the performance of all of these fine actors. Whoever thought of this idea for a movie and casting it should be given a medal. With all the stupid movies there are today, this one stands out as good fun, good action and will make you cheering on the team. As Morgan Freeman says in the movie, "We got the band back together" they sure did and it's fantastic|
|great action and halirous movie||brandon 11/14/2010 |
| It is a must see this movie was funny actions and suprising i would give it a 100 if i could|
|ehsanpars||ehsan 10/31/2010 |
|The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone 2003 R, 114 min.|
Director: Robert Allan Ackerman
Cast: Helen Mirren, Olivier Martinez, Anne Bancroft, Rodrigo Santoro, Brian Dennehy, Roger Allam, Victor Alfieri, Suzanne Bertish, Jane Bertish, Tara Lynne O'Neill, Sara James, Frank Crudele
This made-for-TV version of Tennessee Williams' 1958 novella stars Helen Mirren as the aging Karen Stone whose life changes when her wealthy husband, Tom (Brian Dennehy), dies during their trip to Italy. Karen then sets off on a series of sexual flings with gigolos arranged for by the Contessa (Anne Bancroft) until she is paired off with young Paolo di Lio (Olivier Martinez), and a doomed romance follows. 1 User Review
|Heartbreaking and breathtaking||CounselorTroi 09/09/2012 |
| I happened on this movie by accident one day while flipping through the channels and I got so caught up in it I couldn't tear myself away. From the sweet, raw emotional moments between Mr and Mrs Stone to the scenes of agitation and passion between she and her lover, this movie was an emotional roller coaster. Helen Mirren makes the film, so real, so masterfully played that you just ache with understanding for her struggle. Not much gets me anymore, but this one really got under my skin. Fantastic and raw in intensity.|
|S.O.S. Titanic 1979 TV, 150 min.|
Director: William Hale
Cast: David Janssen, Cloris Leachman, Susan Saint James, David Warner, Ian Holm, Helen Mirren, Harry Andrews, Beverly Ross, David Battley, Ed Bishop, Tony Caunter, Nicholas Davies, Matthew Guinness, Jerry Houser, Victor Langley
This made-for-TV film is another accounting of the Titanic disaster in which over 1,500 people were lost. It tells the story through the personal lives of those on board, both fictional and real. John Jacob Astor (David Janssen), who was lost, and Molly Brown (Cloris Leachman), who survived, are highlighted. Worth a look.
|Shadowboxer 2005 R, 93 min.|
Genre: Drama / Thriller
Director: Lee Daniels
Cast: Helen Mirren, Cuba Gooding Jr., Stephen Dorff, Macy Gray, Vanessa Ferlito, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Wendy Baron, Alex Avant, Shaun Brewington, Cullen Flynn Clancy, Tomy Dunster, Matt Higgins, Mo'Nique, Ryan Sands, Tom Pasch
Diagnosed with cancer, trained assassin Rose (Helen Mirren) takes on one more assignment with help from her lover/stepson Mikey (Cuba Gooding Jr.). The job is to kill Vickie (Vanessa Ferlito) who is the pregnant wife of crime boss Clayton (Stephen Dorff). But, Rose has second thoughts and decides to hide Vickie while Mikey continues his work as assassin. 1 User Review
|Anonymous 11/05/2010 |
| Awesome flick|
|Some Mother's Son 1996 R, 112 min.|
Director: Terry George
Cast: Helen Mirren, Aidan Gillen, John Lynch, Fionnula Flanagan, Grainne Delany, Geraldine O'Rawe, Tim Woodward, Tom Hollander, David O'Hara, Ciaran Hinds, Gerard McSorley, Dan Gordon, Robert Lang, Stephen Hogan, Ciaran Fitzgerald
This film from Ireland is based on a true story and deals with present-day problems in that country. Kathleen Quigley (Helen Mirren) is a widow who does not believe that violence solves problems. When her son Gerard (Aidan Gillen) becomes involved with the IRA and, subsequently, is jailed, Kathleen fights to save her son's life. Meanwhile, Annie Higgins (Fionnula Flanagan), the mother of Gerard's cohort and fellow prisoner, does support the IRA's mission. Although the two women contrast in their beliefs, they do form a bond in the attempt to save their sons, which will reach a climax when the sons go into comas during a hunger strike. Now, the mothers must choose between intravenous feeding or allowing their sons to die for their cause.
|State of Play 2009 PG-13, 127 min.|
Genre: Drama / Mystery / Thriller
Director: Kevin Macdonald
Cast: Russell Crowe, Ben Affleck, Rachel McAdams, Helen Mirren, Robin Wright Penn, Jason Bateman, Jeff Daniels, Michael Berresse, Harry Lennix, Josh Mostel, Michael Weston, Barry Shabaka Henley, Viola Davis, David Harbour, Sarah Lord
U.S. Congressman Stephen Collins (Ben Affleck) is a rising star in his political party, but, when his research assistant/mistress is murdered, buried secrets are uncovered. Washington, D.C., reporter Cal McAlfrey (Russell Crowe) was Collins' college roommate, and his editor Cameron Lynne (Helen Mirren) assigns Collins the task of investigating the murder. When Collins and fellow reporter Della Frye (Rachel McAdams) attempt to find the facts behind the murder, they discover a political-corporate conspiracy involving a security company taking in billions of dollars from the War on Terror. 1 User Review
|excellant||caution 02/12/2011 |
| i really enjoyed this movie a must buy|
|Teaching Mrs. Tingle 1999 PG-13, 96 min.|
Director: Kevin Williamson
Cast: Helen Mirren, Katie Holmes, Jeffrey Tambor, Barry Watson, Marisa Coughlan, Liz Stauber, Michael McKean, Molly Ringwald, Lesley Ann Warren, Vivica A. Fox
Mrs. Tingle (Helen Mirren) would not ever come close to being elected "Teacher of the Year." But she does not deserve to be murdered, which is exactly what Leigh Ann Watson (Katie Holmes) has in mind if Mrs. Tingle stands in the way of Katie being named Valedictorian.
|The Tempest 2010 PG-13, 110 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama / Fantasy
Director: Julie Taymor
Cast: Helen Mirren, Felicity Jones, Djimon Hounsou, Ben Whishaw, Reeve Carney, David Strathairn, Alan Cumming, Chris Cooper, Jude Akuwidike, Tom Conti, Russell Brand, Alfred Molina
Based on Shakespeare's play, this is the story about magician Prospera (Helen Mirren) who has been exiled and is sent off on a ship with her young daughter, Miranda (Felicity Jones). They end up on an island where Prospera becomes involved in a power struggle with Caliban (Djimon Hounsou). Prospera seeks vengeance on those who exiled her–including King Alonso (David Strathairn)–and causes a storm that results in them being shipwrecked on her island–and the fight for survival ensues.
|Where Angels Fear to Tread 1991 PG, 112 min.|
Genre: Drama / Romance
Director: Charles Sturridge
Cast: Helena Bonham Carter, Judy Davis, Rupert Graves, Barbara Jefford, Helen Mirren, Giovanni Guidelli, Thomas Wheatley, Sophie Kullmann, Vass Anderson, Sylvia Barter, Eileen Davies, Siria Betti, Anna Lelio
Wealthy and newly widowed Lilia Herriton (Helen Mirren) goes on holiday in Italy with her younger companion, Caroline (Helena Bonham Carter). In Italy, Lilia meets and marries the very unsuitable Gino Carella (Giovanni Guidelli). The marriage causes a clash between her deceased husband's family and Lilia. Matters worsen when Lilia becomes pregnant and dies in childbirth–leaving the Herriton family (Rupert Graves and Judy Davis) determined to take custody of the baby.
|White Nights 1985 PG-13, 135 min.|
Director: Taylor Hackford
Cast: Mikhail Baryshnikov, Gregory Hines, Geraldine Page, Jerzy Skolimowski, Helen Mirren, Isabella Rossellini, John Glover, Stefan Gryff, William Hootkins, Shane Rimmer
Inside the Soviet Union, Nikolai (Mikhail Baryshnikov) and Raymond (Gregory Hines) plot an escape to the West. This movie is filled with intrigue, and you also get the added bonus of some great dance choreography. Lionel Ritchie wrote the Academy Award-winning song, "Say You, Say Me." 1 User Review
|Nice moves to wach||Sawaf 08/20/2012 |
|Oscar: Best Actress for The Queen (2006)|
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aka: 2010: The Year We Make Contact
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3. Arthur (2011)
4. Cal (1984)
5. Calendar Girls (2003)
6. Caligula (1980)
7. The Clearing (2004)
8. Coming Through (1985)
9. The Cook, the Thief, His Wife, and Her Lover (1989)
10. Critical Care (1997)
11. Door to Door (2002)
12. Excalibur (1981)
13. The Fiendish Plot of Dr. Fu Manchu (1980)
14. Gosford Park (2001)
15. Greenfingers (2000)
16. The Hawk (1993)
17. The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy (2005)
18. Hussy (1980)
19. Inkheart (2009)
20. Last Orders (2001)
21. The Last Station (2009)
22. Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole (2010)
23. The Long Good Friday (1980)
24. Losing Chase (1996)
25. Love Ranch (2010)
26. The Madness of King George (1994)
27. A Midsummer Night's Dream (1968)
28. The Mosquito Coast (1986)
29. National Treasure: Book of Secrets (2007)
30. No Such Thing (2001)
31. O Lucky Man! (1973)
32. The Passion of Ayn Rand (1999)
33. The Pledge (2001)
34. Prime Suspect (1991)
35. The Prince of Egypt (1998)
36. Prince of Jutland (1994)
aka: Royal Deceit
37. The Queen (2006)
38. Raising Helen (2004)
39. Red (2010)
40. The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone (2003)
41. S.O.S. Titanic (1979)
42. Shadowboxer (2005)
43. Some Mother's Son (1996)
44. State of Play (2009)
45. Teaching Mrs. Tingle (1999)
46. The Tempest (2010)
47. Where Angels Fear to Tread (1991)
48. White Nights (1985)
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