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Dear Flixster Community,

After seven fabulous years with you all, we are sorry to let you know that we're going to be retiring the Flixster Community site on September 30, 2014. Please note that you can still access your ratings, reviews, and quizzes on Flixster and Rotten Tomatoes using your same login. We have had so much fun building this community with you.

Thanks for all the memories,

Clea DuVall

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movies with clea duvall.

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How to Make a Monster 2001,  R)
Committed 2000,  R)
Little Witches 1996,  R)
Anamorph 2008,  R)
I love Clea DuVall, but this movie was a little bit disappointing for me.
Zodiac 2007,  R)
hmm, an amazing study of how obsession can destroy people's lives. David Fincher is a master of the art of film.
Two Weeks 2006,  R)
Two Weeks
this movie is about the last two weeks of a very sick woman who is dying of cancer. i know it sounds a little predictable, but the actors didn't let that ruin their skills.
21 Grams 2003,  R)
21 Grams
An intelligent, sensitive and human portray of fatality... Great movie, wonderful acting. I loved it.
Identity 2003,  R)
The Astronaut's Wife 1999,  R)
The Astronaut's Wife
i don't really like sci-fi movies, but this one was decent. the plot was nice and the cast was superb.
Ghosts of Mars 2001,  R)
Ghosts of Mars
Very disappointing movie. I spent the whole time laughing or asking myself 'what the FUCK?'.
Wildflowers 2000,  R)
13 Conversations About One Thing 2001,  R)
13 Conversations About One Thing
This movie is so underrated... Jill Sprecher did a great job showing complexities of humanity in such a variety of characters and then weave their stories together so flawlessly. Brilliant. Also, Clea DuVall and Matthew McConaughey actings were great, as always.
The Laramie Project 2002,  R)
The Laramie Project
This isn't a film, nor is it a documentary. It's an adaptation of an incredible play, and it works beautifully. It has an amazing cast, but the real greatness of this movie is how close it stays to the play--and what's great about the play is how it uses the *exact* words of the people of Laramie. This isn't supposed to be a traditional film, and if you walk into it expecting that, you'll be disappointed.
Girl, Interrupted 1999,  R)
Girl, Interrupted
amazing, amazing movie!
The Grudge 2004,  PG-13)
The Faculty 1998,  R)
But I'm A Cheerleader 2000,  R)
But I'm A Cheerleader
This movie was fantastic. From the tongue in cheek references to gay and lesbian stereotypes to the sweet love story that developed as it went along, it's one of the best "queer" films I've seen in a while. It pokes merciless fun at the idea that homosexuality can be defined, categorized, rehabilitated, or otherwise contained, and brings the lesson that being comfortable with yourself, in and outside of the context of your sexuality, is what's going to make you happy.
Itty Bitty Titty Committee 2007,  Unrated)
Itty Bitty Titty Committee
itty bitty titty committee!!! oh hell yes!
Helter Skelter 2004,  Unrated)
Helter Skelter
This is a must see movie. Oh yeah!
The Slaughter Rule 2003,  R)
The Slaughter Rule
A curious film. I think I knew where it was going about a hundred times, and it surprised me each time by NOT being the guy-gets-girl film, or the Renegades-vs.-old-high-school-buddies film, or the coach-comes-back-to-take-the-coveted-trophy film, or a thousand other bad combinations of cliched, stale "Americana" moviemaking. In fact, by virtue of NOT being a boring trip following in the wake of a trend already being rehashed, it caught be off-guard and by surprise. For those who have seen it, you'll admit that the scene when Roy is in Gid's apartment before the game is about the farthest thing from what you thought the movie would be.
And this is not to say that the film's quiet strength lies in its simply being "different". Like "Tender Mercies" and "Ramblin' Rose" (come to think of it, Duvall could have done a good Gid), this movie sneaks up on you and slowly reveals itself in moments so powerfully alive the viewer is transfixed. Human misery and torment flow endlessly between the characters, echoing the title and theme: we each seem to need our own "slaughter rule" to end the misery in our lives, but the ones in the film can't find their own limits until long after they appear to have been crossed.
The acting is superb (especially Morse, who adds just enough sinister kindness to his role), and the cinematography brilliant. The music, composed by indie-folkster Jay Farrar, is flat-out beautiful. This film has obviously shocked a few here, and it will continue to do so, and therein lies its beauty. As a conversation piece and thought-provoking film, "Slaughter Rule" is this generation's Great Unheralded Masterpiece.
She's All That 1999,  PG-13)
She's All That
very predictable movie...
Niagara, Niagara 1998,  R)
Slipping Down Life 1999,  R)
Can't Hardly Wait 1998,  PG-13)
Can't Hardly Wait
The stereotypes, though intended, were painfully irritating. This film preyed on simple minded teenage audiences who would laugh at the most ridiculus of jokes. I couldn't wait for it to end, but Clea Duvall was amazing in this movie.
Ten Inch Hero 2008,  R)
Ten Inch Hero
I'm very disappointed. I don't think I have ever been that disappointed after a movie in my life. I love Clea DuVall, but I thought this movie was better than it was.
The Killing Room 2009,  R)
Passengers 2008,  PG-13)
I think I only enjoyed this movie because Clea DuVall is in it. The storyline is bad and cliche, but Clea is awesome. Amazing acting.
The Watch 2008,  PG)
The Watch
This film is a bit predictable, but I enjoyed it anyway...
Betty Anne Waters 2010,  R)
Virtuality 2009,  Unrated)
Saw it on Fox, and I thought it was actually a very interestig sci-fi production. Peter Berg did it again.
The Alarmist 1997,  R)

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