Becky (Rachel McAdams) is a television news producer. She loves her job and is expecting a promotion, but instead she gets downsized. An unsuccessful search for a new position brings Becky to an unpopular morning show that once broke records. The girl decides to resuscitate the program. To do this, she invites the famous host Michael Pomeroy (Harrison Ford). However, because of his bad character and unwillingness to cooperate, the program is threatened with closure. Becky is willing to do anything to prevent this from happening.
Rachel McAdams did not consider herself funny enough to shoot in a comedy and for a long time refused the invitation to play in the movie. Director Roger Michell had to personally change the actress' mind.
Leo (Channing Tatum) and Paige (Rachel McAdams) are a young happy couple. They have recently become husband and wife. Their happiness is shattered by an accident that changes the couple's fate forever: Paige partially loses her memory and doesn't remember the part of her life when she met Leo, fell in love with him, and they decided to be together. Leo decides to make her fall in love with him all over again.
The movie is based on the true story of Kim and Krickitt Carpenter. The couple claims that their faith in God helped them to pass this way, and they were upset that it was not shown in the movie. The melodrama received nominations for MTV Channel Awards in the categories of Best Actor (Channing Tatum) and Best Kiss.
16-year-old Cady Heron (Lindsay Lohan) lived her entire childhood in Africa, which caused her to be homeschooled by her parents. After her family moves to the USA, she begins attending a regular school where she has trouble adjusting. Cady becomes close to the local outsiders while accidentally joining a group of popular Bounty beauties: Karen Smith (Amanda Seyfried), Gretchen Wieners (Lacey Chabert) and Regina George (Rachel McAdams). At first, Cady starts to befriend them in order to throw the crown off Regina's head, but gradually turns into the school bitch herself.
It was thanks to the role of Regina that Rachel McAdams gained popularity. The movie won the 2005 MTV Award for Best Actress (Lindsay Lohan), Best Screen Crew, and Female Breakthrough of the Year (Rachel McAdams). The sequel "Mean Girls 2" was released in 2011, but with a different cast. The movie failed to surpass or even catch up with the first part.
Billy Hope (Jake Gyllenhaal) is an undefeated boxer. His wife Maureen (Rachel McAdams) convinces him to retire from the sport, but titles and contracts keep him in the ring. At one point, Hope loses everything. His wife dies in an accident and his daughter is taken away by child custody. The fighter sinks into depression and drowns his pain with alcohol. He has to start the journey from the bottom to get his child back.
For the sake of the role, Jake Gyllenhaal spent six months training and reading literature about boxers. In preparation, the actor studied the boxing style of Miguel Cotto. This is a Puerto Rican boxer, world champion according to the World Boxing Organization (WBO). Cotto is the only one of his compatriots who managed to win titles in four weight categories.
Sixth-grader Margaret (Abby Ryder Fortson) moves to suburban New Jersey with her mom (Rachel McAdams) and dad (Benny Safdie). Periodically the girl turns to God with prayers and various questions, but still does not refer to any of the religions: she visits the synagogue and the Catholic Church. The fact that she is growing up in a multi-religious family prevents her from making up her mind about her faith: her mother is a Christian and her father is a Jew.
"I really liked the movie. Such a sweet little girl. And everything is so v ivid", — Carrie.
"A very light and enjoyable movie for the evening)", — falafel.
At the age of 21, Tim Lake (Domhnall Gleeson) discovers he has the ability to travel through time. He uses the gift to find a girl. In London, Tim meets Mary (Rachel McAdams). The pair fall in love with each other, but as a result of another temporal incident, the beloved forgets Tim. The guy tries to win Mary's heart all over again by going back in time and going through a "first" date.
"A good, kind movie. Some kind of even cozy. Moments funny, moments - tears flowing. After watching it, you really want to enjoy every day, to notice all the beautiful things that surround us, all the little things that we miss behind the worries and routine. You want to feel life", — sarutomy.
A simple working class guy named Noah (Ryan Gosling) falls in love with a rich aristocratic beauty named Ellie (Rachel McAdams). They are happy together, however they are separated by the girl's parents and World War II. Years later, Ellie learns that Noah has put up for sale the house he dreamed of building especially for them, and decides to visit her former lover.
The plot of the movie is based on the best-selling novel of the same name by Nicholas Sparks. In the list of the highest-grossing melodramas in history, "The Notebook" ranks 15th: the movie grossed more than $115 million at the worldwide box office.