Rest assured, this one does and has it all; suspense, credibility and some memorable moments, all courtesy of Raimi, a good story and a superb cast. A black jumper was slung about her neck, its sleeves tied loosely.Cate Blanchett stars as Annie Wilson, a young widow attempting to raise her three kids and provide a decent life for her family, scraping out a living on Social Security since the tragic death of her husband in a work related accident the previous year.
She started her morning with a hard run up through the mountain trails above Malibu—Hilary Swank’s idea of a really great time.
After that she came back to her beach cottage and, unable to decide whether to make blueberry pancakes or eggs with rosemary and thyme for our breakfast, made both, meticulously dropping greenmarket blueberries one by one into perfectly formed pancakes.
(It, of course, was April, just before Jessica King went missing.) It isn't possible that they could have visited his grave "last month" nor that he had died a year prior.
See more » In a small town deep in the South, a single mother endowed with a special ability becomes involved with the disappearance of a young woman and has a brush with the supernatural, in `The Gift,' directed by Sam Raimi.
The relationship played out between Donnie and Valerie is anything but unique-- you've seen this before, many times in many films-- but within the context of this story it's fresh and it works.