The Hand That Rocks The Cradle (1992) was directed by Curtis Hansen; starring Rebecca De Mornay, Annabella Sciorra, Matt Mc Coy, Julianne Moore, Ernie Hudson. When it was released in 1992, Curtis Hanson’s The Hand That Rocks the Cradle was criticised for preying on the fears of working mothers, and for containing a decidedly unfeminist subtext.
It's not difficult to see why: after losing her husband, home and baby (the three core status symbols of “traditional” womanhood), vengeful widow Mrs Mott (Rebecca De Mornay) decides that her best recourse is to steal someone else’s family.
And even though Dylan turned out to be a bit of a cad, lovely actor Rachel Shelley, the woman who gave life to Helena, is still basking in that post-coital glow.
With dozens of TV appearances from this year and it seems like you’re the character who is really gaining popularity.
Some of her movies are Almost in Love alongside Alan Cumming, A Case of You with Evan Rachel Wood and Justin Long and the Scenes of the Crime alongside Jeff Bridges.
Along with that, her TV appearances include a recurring part in All My Children, Law, and Order: Criminal Intent next to Annabella Sciorra and Chris Noth and Sci-Fi Police dramatization known as Witch Blade During her theatre work, she appeared in some of the plays which were the part of New Performance Series at Incubator, NY International Fringe Festival, as well as Samuel French Play Festival.
Not only an actress she is also a model and had appeared in several music videos as well.
In one chilling scene, she approaches the baby’s cot at night, and raises a pillow.because I was always pitched as the good girl before. I talked about this last year with Alexandra Hedison, who plays Dylan. There’s like a aftertaste, that you can’t get rid of.I don’t know that I was strictly gaining in popularity [last season], but if that’s true, that’s lovely. You’ve had some really racy scenes on season three. It’s not while you’re doing it, because I think you just get on, you know, you know what you’ve got to do.That said, here are 7 divorce movies that I think are great flicks, and movies that any romantic comedy lover, regardless of marital status would love! Wonderful: This 1993 romantic comedy was a complete sleeper hit!They will all make you smile, laugh and feel good, even in the darkest days of your divorce! It’s about an electrician (played by Matt Dillon) who wants to buy a bowling alley, but can’t afford to do it unless he can stop paying his ex-wife (played by Annabella Sciorra) alimony.