Just a brief clip of Winona in this Al Pacino movie about a man who discovers the ideal actress....a robot. Winona plays a narcissistic actress.
Winona looks great in this Adam Sandler flick about a guy who inherits a big company and moves to Manhattan. OK if you like Adam Sandler films.
Satanic possessions and excorcisms by Catholic priests. Not a good film.
Autumn in New York
Romantic tragic comedy which pairs Richard Gere and Winona Ryder.
One of Winona's best films, this is based upon writer Susanna Kaysen's biographical account of her stay in a mental hospital in the late '60s. Angelina Jolie, Brittany Murphy, Jared Leto, Vanessa Redgrave and Whoopi Goldberg also appear. Angelina Jolie won an Oscar for Best Supporting Actor. The film wouldn't have happened without Winona, who spent several years trying to get it made.
Winona with Woody Allen, Kenneth Branagh and Leonardo DiCaprio. Shot in black and white, Winona plays the seductive but unfaithful Nola. Her screen time is fairly short.
This is one of those films that is pretty good most of the way but suffers from a very poor ending. Winona teams with Sigourney Weaver in the fourth 'Alien' film.
An adaptation of the famous Arthur Miller play. A 17th century New England woman (Winona) accuses an ex-lover's wife of witchcraft. Daniel Day Lewis and Joan Allen also star.
Looking for Richard
Winona has a very short part in Al Pacino's film playing Shakespeare's Richard III.
The less said about this missfire the better, but Winona looks good in a black bra.
How to Make an American Quilt
This is an OK film which looks beautiful but probably has more appeal to women than men. Winona plays a young woman working on her graduate thesis and trying to make up her mind about a proposal of marriage. She spends the summer with her grandmother and aunt and their quilting circle in a small California town.
This superb adaptation of Louisa May Alcott's novel also features Kirsten Dunst, Claire Danes and Susan Sarandon. It is a good family film with strong appeal to women, and is one of Winona's best movies.
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