Films with Rachel!!
True Women (1997)- Rachael plays the younger Georgia Lawshe, a young plantation belle who is one of two friends separated by the Civil War. The story takes place between 1835 and 1870. Rachel's not in it except for like..the first 30min. It's a good film though..a lot of sadness I think. If you like Rachel enough, I'd rent it.
The House of Yes (1997)- Rachael acts as Young Jackie-O in this film, and appears at the very beginning and very end of the film. It also stars Tori Spelling, Freddie Prinze Jr., and Genevive Bujold. This independent film appeared at the prestigious Sundance Film Festival, where it was purchased by Miramax after heavy bidding for $2 Million!It's available on video if you'd like to see this one.
The Baby-Sitters Club (1995)-
Tom and Huck (1995)- Leigh played Becky Thatcher in Tom and Huck a film version of Mark Twain's book "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer". Cuties starring were Jonathan Taylor Thomas and Brad Renfro. It's a real family movie..Rachel's not in it too much, but you see her around here and there, especially in the ending part.
Carpool(1996)- Rachel acted as Kayla, the pretty teenage hotstage, in the comedy film Carpool (1996), which also starred Tom Arnold. It's a funny chase around town..with annoying little kids..they drive through malls, trucks, and highways..it's an interesting movie..I'd watch it on a nothing to do type of night..lol..
Country Justice(tv movie)January 1997- Rachael played a teenage rape victim who, along with her grandfather, fights for custody of her son from the man who raped her. It aired on 14 January 1997.
The 18th Angel(Jan 1998)- Leigh is Lucy in the movie The Eighteenth Angel, a supernatural thriller filmed in Rome, Italy. She plays a young woman who, along with her father, gets wrapped up with dark forces (yep, it is a horror flick...) while on vacation. Filming on this project began on 18 March 1996, has since finished.
The Bumblebee Flies Anyway(?)- Rachael will appear in the role of Cassie in a lower-budget teen drama film called The Bumblebee Flies Anyway. The film also stars Elijah Wood and Janeane Garofalo. The story is based on the Robert Cormier novel about a young amnesiac, played by Wood, who awakes in a hospital for terminally ill patients and attempts to uncover his own past. Production began 02 February 1998 in New York City. It will be directed by Irish filmmaker Martin Duffy.
The Hi-Line (Late 1998)- Rachael will play the leading role of Vera Leigh Johnson (sic) in an independent film called The Hi-Line (possible working title). It is directed by Academy Award winner (for sound in Jurassic Park) Ron Judkins. Filming began around 18 February 1998 in Montana. Likely release is sometime in late 1998.
She's All That(?? 1999)- Rachael will star in the Miramax film She's All That. The film also stars Freddy Prinze Jr. (who also was in The House of Yes with Rachael), Anna Paquin, and Paul Walker. Prinze plays a teen who bets a friend he can turn the highschool's geekiest female student (Rachael) into the next prom queen, only to fall in love with her. The film is directed by Rob Iscove. Script is by Lee Fleming. It began filming 05 August 1998.