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Elizabeth Rice is a Actor American born on 5 november 1985 at Pine Bluff (USA)

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Birth name Elizabeth Ellen Rice
Nationality USA
Birth 5 november 1985 (38 years) at Pine Bluff (USA)

Elizabeth Ellen Rice (born November 5, 1985) is an American actress, performing in television and film.

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Jay Russell
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Lana Wood
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Nate Taylor
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Jeff Nimoy
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Filmography of Elizabeth Rice (7 films)

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The Last Rescue
Origin USA
Genres Drama, War, Action
Actors Cody Kasch, Brett Cullen, Ryan Merriman, Elizabeth Rice, Gilles Marini, Johann Urb
Roles 2nd Lt. Nancy Bell
Rating44% 2.205732.205732.205732.205732.20573
During World War II, three American soldiers and two Army Corps nurses are stranded in enemy territory. They take a high-ranking German officer as hostage and attempt to plan their escape.
Forgetting the Girl
Directed by Nate Taylor
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Thriller
Actors Christopher Denham, Anna Camp, Elizabeth Rice, Joel de la Fuente, Paul Sparks, Phyllis Somerville
Roles Beth Dalewell
Rating52% 2.609532.609532.609532.609532.60953
Haunted by a traumatic history, photographer Kevin Wolfe (Christopher Denham) struggles to systematically forget all his bad memories, but erasing his past threatens to consume his future.
From Within, 1h29
Directed by Phedon Papamichael
Origin USA
Genres Thriller, Horror
Themes Ghost films
Actors Thomas Dekker, Elizabeth Rice, Adam Goldberg, Kelly Blatz, Rumer Glenn Willis, Laura Allen
Roles Lindsay
Rating56% 2.8002652.8002652.8002652.8002652.800265
The film begins with a teenage girl, Natalie (Rumer Willis) sitting with her boyfriend Sean as he reads from a black book. He finishes reading, and kisses Natalie passionately. Natalie believes he wants to have sex with her – until he pulls out a gun and commits suicide.
Odd Girl Out, 1h25
Directed by Tom McLoughlin
Origin USA
Genres Drama
Themes L'adolescence, Films about education, Films about children, Films about school violence
Actors Alexa Vega, Lisa Vidal, Leah Pipes, Alicia Morton, Elizabeth Rice, Rhoda Griffis
Roles Nikki
Rating64% 3.2432053.2432053.2432053.2432053.243205
Vanessa Snyder (Alexa Vega) is a well-respected eighth grader in her school. She has a loving single mother, Barbara (Lisa Vidal), who is proud of her academically and socially successful daughter. Vanessa is also "in" with the popular clique, which consists of her best friend Stacy Larson (Leah Pipes), the queen bee, and Nikki Rodriguez (Elizabeth Rice), who is secretly jealous of the bond between her two friends. On the exterior of the circle is the outsider, Emily (Shari Dyon Perry), and the "wannabe," Tiffany Thompson (Alicia Morton), who is dying to make it into the group.
The Mystery of Natalie Wood, 2h52
Directed by Peter Bogdanovich
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Biography
Themes Films about television
Actors Justine Waddell, Michael Weatherly, Matthew Settle, Colin Friels, Elizabeth Rice, Alice Krige
Roles Teenage Natalie Wood
Rating68% 3.4416353.4416353.4416353.4416353.441635
The film opens on November 28, 1981 on Catalina Island, California, where 43-year-old Natalie Wood (Justine Waddell) falls off her boat called 'Splendour' and drowns. Years earlier, in 1943, in Santa Rosa, California, 5-year-old Natasha (Grace Fulton) grows up in a violent household with an overbearing mother, Maria Gurdin (Alice Krige), who goes to extremes to make her daughter a star. When one day a film is shot in town, Maria arranges a role for Natasha, and kills a butterfly in order to get her to cry in front of the camera, which is required. Her crying impresses the director, Irving Pichel (John Noble), and a year later she reluctantly moves to Hollywood to focus on her career, with her mother standing by her at every step, and with a new name: Natalie Wood. By 1946, Natalie is working on three films at a time, and is not allowed to enjoy any spare time with her friends. Three years later, now a teenager (Elizabeth Rice), she can do nothing as her older sister Olga (Leanne Simic) leaves the home because she feels neglected by her mother. Around this time, she is working on the set of The Green Promise one day, when an accident causes her to break her wrist. Fearing that her daughter will not get any roles if she has it treated, Maria dismisses any medical help, and Natalie's wrist does not heal properly as a result.
Digimon: The Movie, 1h25
Directed by Mamoru Hosoda, Shigeyasu Yamauchi
Origin USA
Genres Science fiction, Comedy-drama, Fantasy, Action, Adventure, Animation
Themes Seafaring films, Transport films, Children's films
Actors Lara Jill Miller, Joshua Seth, Annabelle Roux, Michael Lindsay, Mona Marshall, Doug Erholtz
Roles Boy 1 / Sora's Mom / Operator / Kid 2 (voice)
Rating60% 3.0093053.0093053.0093053.0093053.009305
A four-minute short film featuring characters from the Angela Anaconda series appeared before the film in the theatrical and home media releases. In this segment, Angela and her friends line up to watch Digimon: The Movie, but Nannette and her friends cut in line since they have passes. As Angela makes a mad dash to save seats for her friends, Mrs. Brinks (with help from Nannette) sits in front of her, blocking her view. Angela scornfully imagines herself Digivolving into Angelamon to defeat Mrs. Brinks and Nannette, removing all obstacles in enjoying her movie. However, everyone in the audience realizes they are in the wrong movie, so they quickly leave to go to the correct theater, leaving Mrs. Brinks and Nannette behind with the latter covered in food.
My Dog Skip, 1h32
Directed by Jay Russell
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Comedy
Themes L'adolescence, Films about animals, Films about education, Films about children, Films about families, Films about dogs, L'enfance marginalisée, Political films, Children's films, Mise en scène d'un mammifère, Films about school violence
Actors Frankie Muniz, Diane Lane, Luke Wilson, Kevin Bacon, Cody Linley, Caitlin Wachs
Roles River's Friend
Rating69% 3.498153.498153.498153.498153.49815
Willie Morris as an adult is looking back on his childhood in the early 1940s and how it was colored by his dearly beloved dog, a Jack Russell Terrier whom he had named Skip (Enzo). In the beginning, Willie (Frankie Muniz) is a lonely child with a gruff, proud father (Kevin Bacon) and a charismatic, talkative mother (Diane Lane), but he is an only child and small for his age with few friends. His one companion is a young man who lives next door, Dink Jenkins (Luke Wilson), who is the local sports hero in Mississippi. However, when Dink is drafted to go to war, Willie's mother decides to buy him a dog, against his father's wishes, in order that he should have some company.