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As Lady Susan, Beckinsale is captivating as a woman who has no issues exerting her independence in an era where women were taught to rely on their husbands.Stillman does a fantastic job of adapting Austen’s dry sense of humor and giving the characters the space to be themselves as he did with The Last Days of Disco, also starring Beckinsale and Sevigny.Not available on Amazon When Selene (Beckinsale), a vampire, meets Michael Corvin (Scott Speedman) after he is bitten by a Lycan, she has to decide if to destroy him, or go against everything she was taught as a Death Dealer, and let him live when she learns he may be the key to either stopping the war between the vampires and Lycans, or the destruction of both clans.Directed by Len Wiseman, Underworld quickly became a cult favorite amongst genre fans for its quick action scenes, new mythology and Beckinsale’s portrayal as Selene.His character is strictly that of pretty boy, apart from the few times he gets to wolf out.Despite the plot not being important, the holes in it are impossible to ignore. It looks good, as does its star, but underneath the stylish veneer is nothing but an empty shell.It is only the additional layers of mythology that serve to thicken this lightweight soup.As in the first Underworld though, the plot isn't as important as the action scenes and those at least are done properly.
With an all-star cast featuring Beckinsale as famed Hollywood actress Ava Gardner and Cate Blanchette as Katherine Hepburn, The Aviator is a film stays centered, even as the main character slowly unravels. With a smart script and direction from Rob Laurie, the film and cast featuring Angela Bassett and Alan Alda, work to show the complexities of what happens behind the scenes in journalism, and the questions journalists must ask themselves when their own freedom is on the line.Without wishing to give anything away, I will just say that for one of the movie's biggest plot holes, it's a good thing she brought that corpse along at the end. Despite its title this movie hasn't evolved at all from the original.I have a few questions for the makers of this movie.She also does an almost nude scene with Michael that seems to be there only for the purpose of proving to the audience that everything in the black suit she wears is really all her.Speedman as Michael is again left with the thankless role of playing second fiddle to Selene.