When she made her debut in 1991's The Man in the Moon, Reese Witherspoon looked like a luminous, innocent kid. Fast-forward five years later to Freeway, and goodness gracious, how things changed: A miniskirt-rocking Witherspoon starred opposite Kiefer Sutherland in this grimy, violent loose update on the story of Red Riding Hood, following a prostitute's daughter on her dangerous journey up southern California's I-5 freeway to find her grandmother. (Sutherland, naturally, was the leering serial killer standing in for the wolf.) While not a particularly pleasant film, Freeway earned its young star some career-boosting rave reviews, including Margaret A. McGurk's writeup for the Cincinnati Enquirer: "I didn't particularly want to like Freeway," admitted McGurk, "but I couldn't help myself. Reese Witherspoon made me."