All movies starring Winona Ryder
Homefront (2013) ★ 6.5
A former DEA agent moves his family to a quiet town, where he soon tangles with a local meth druglord.
Edward Scissorhands (1990) ★ 7.9
An artificial man, who was incompletely constructed and has scissors for hands, leads a solitary life. Then one day, a suburban lady meets him and introduces him to her world.
Alien Resurrection (1997) ★ 6.2
200 years after her death, Ellen Ripley is revived as a powerful human/alien hybrid clone. Along with a crew of space pirates, she must again battle the deadly aliens and stop them from reaching Earth.
Autumn in New York (2000) ★ 5.6
Romantic drama about an aging playboy who falls for a sweet, but terminally ill, young woman.
Girl, Interrupted (1999) ★ 7.3
Based on writer Susanna Kaysen's account of her 18-month stay at a mental hospital in the late 1960s.
Mr. Deeds (2002) ★ 5.8
A sweet-natured, small-town guy inherits a controlling stake in a media conglomerate and begins to do business his way.
The Age of Innocence (1993) ★ 7.2
A tale of nineteenth-century New York high society in which a young lawyer falls in love with a woman separated from her husband, while he is engaged to the woman's cousin.
Reality Bites (1994) ★ 6.6
A documentary filmmaker and her fellow Generation X graduates face life after college, looking for work and love in Houston.
Destination Wedding (2018) ★ 6.0
Two talkative and bitter people, Frank and Lindsay, meet on the way to the same destination wedding. Frank is scarred from a bad family history, and Lindsay is heartbroken from a previous relationship. At first, they do not get along. However, isolated from the other wedding guests, the two spend a lot of time together. Despite their verbal sparring, they eventually form a connection and have to decide whether or not to stay with each other after their trip is over.
Great Balls of Fire! (1989) ★ 6.2
A semi-fictionalized account of the early career of Jerry Lee Lewis is presented. The year is 1956, and he, as the front man, is trying to break into the business in a combo with among others his cousin, J.W. Brown, playing his rollicking version of the music he has always been interested in: what he heard emanating from the black honky-tonks of the south. Success and what goes along with it - fame and money - are arguably foremost on his mind. Against the many odds, he is able to gain that success, the odds including the Christian moral majority largely denouncing his type of music - hard driving rock 'n' roll - as that of the devil and thus anti-Christian, with one of his most vocal opponents with regard to his music being another cousin, sidewalk evangelist Jimmy Swaggart.
Little Women (1994) ★ 7.3
Louisa May Alcott's autobiographical account of her life with her three sisters in Concord, Massachusetts in the 1860s. With their father fighting in the American Civil War, sisters Jo, Meg, Amy and Beth are at home with their mother, a very outspoken women for her time. The story tells of how the sisters grow up, find love and find their place in the world.
Gone in the Night (2022) ★ 7.7
Upon arriving at a remote cabin in the redwoods, Kath and her boyfriend find a mysterious younger couple already there - the rental has apparently been double-booked. With nowhere else to go, they decide to share the cabin with these strangers until the next morning. When her boyfriend disappears with the young woman, Kath becomes obsessed with finding an explanation for their sudden breakup- but the truth is far stranger than she could have imagined.
Stranger Things (2016–) ★ 8.7
In a small town where everyone knows everyone, a peculiar incident starts a chain of events that leads to the disappearance of a child, which begins to tear at the fabric of an otherwise peaceful community. Dark government agencies and seemingly malevolent supernatural forces converge on the town, while a few of the locals begin to understand that there's more going on than meets the eye.
Frankenweenie (2012) ★ 6.9
When young Victor's pet dog Sparky (who stars in Victor's home-made monster movies) is hit by a car, Victor decides to bring him back to life the only way he knows how. But when the bolt-necked "monster" wreaks havoc and terror in the hearts of Victor's neighbors, he has to convince them (and his parents) that despite his appearance, Sparky's still the good loyal friend he's always been.