Samantha Mathis was born in New York in 1970 to Bibi Besch, an aspiring actress at the time. Her first acting job was in a commercial for baby products with her mother. Since her parents divorced when she was only three years old, Samantha was very exposed to the acting industry from a very young age, which made her almost destined to become an actress. Samantha's first feature film was Pump Up the Volume (1990) opposite her on- and off-screen love at the time, Christian Slater. This movie also ...
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Sorry Script Dooms 'one More Day' - Orlando Sentinel Sorry script dooms 'One More Day'Orlando Sentinel, FL - May 4, 2008Burstyn tackles her scenes with no-nonsense warmth and matches up nicely with Samantha Mathis, who portrays mom as a young woman. ...... Sun May 4, 2008, 8:07 am
Oprah Winfrey Presents Mitch Albom's For One More Day - Dvd Talk Oprah Winfrey Presents Mitch Albom's for One More DayDVD Talk, OR - May 3, 2008The surprises are Imperioli's son Vadim as the young Chick, and Samantha Mathis as young Posey Benetto. Mathis evokes Ellen Barkin's fiery character... Sun May 4, 2008, 12:25 am
Army Trains Animal Care Guardians - Army Trains Animal Care - 20 hours agoSgt. Samantha Mathis, an Army reservist and Texas native, who transferred to the Army after serving in the Navy, picked this course to fulfill her dream of ...... Mon April 21, 2008, 9:21 pm
A Local Exhibition Strategy - Film Stew A Local Exhibition StrategyFilm Stew, CA - 8 hours agoRay Liotta, Diana Scarwid, Samantha Mathis, Charles Durning and Ron Perlman also appear in the movie, which is set in Pennsylvania and New York. ...... Mon April 7, 2008, 6:11 am
"When I was a small girl of six, I saw the film Fern Gully in the theater and it scared me sh...uh...poopless!! It was an OK flick up until the horrific smog monster appeared, killing all nature and singing about acid rain and s***ing all living creatures dry and spitting them out like spinach!!! This movie traumatized me and gave me nightmares for at least a year or two!! This movie is a nightmare ride and if you REALLY want to show your kids a movie with a message about preserving the environment and living in harmony with nature, you'd be better off with Miyazaki's 'Castle in the Sky' than with this film. That is, unless you want your kid to be scared for life..."
"*How to Make an American Quilt* has been in my Top 5 since the second I saw it in the theatre. Unfortunately, it seems to be grossly misunderstood by reviewers, who tend to be - and sorry for the generalization - male. It works more as a companion piece to the novel, as each fills in the blanks that the other left behind. What you have at the end is solid, heartfelt, and a true treasure within the 'woman's film' genre."
"This was the last movie that I ever watched with my father before he passed away. So this movie has alot of sentimental meaning but*** a great movie for children. I saved mine for my daughter to watch. Batty is so funny and the singing in this movie is great. Though Hexas used to scare me when I was younger I loved this movie and I'm in my 20s and I still know every word to it. For parents out there looking for a good movie with a good message, this is the movie you're looking for!"