Pubert Addams (Kaitlyn Hooper and Kristen Hooper) is the newest addition to the Addams family, and the other Addams children don't like it one bit. After Wednesday (Christina Ricci) and Pugsley (Jimmy Workman) get caught trying to snuff the baby out, they are shipped off to summer camp and replaced by Debbie Jellinsky (Joan Cusack), a doe-eyed nanny who plans to marry Uncle Fester (Christopher Lloyd) and kill him off unless the children can stop her. Directed by Barry Sonnenfeld. With Carol Kane, Carel Struycken, Nathan Lane and Peter MacNicol. Categories: Comedy, Fantasy, Horror, Family. Year: 1993.
Christina Ricci in Addams Family Values
Morticia (Anjelica Huston) and Gomez (Raul Julia) Addams are the happy heads of one twistedly Gothic family. When the long lost Uncle Fester (Christopher Lloyd) shows up on their doorstep, the Addams never imagine that he is a con artist determined to steal the family fortune. It's up to the youngest members of the family, Pugsley (Jimmy Workman) and Wednesday (Christina Ricci), to foil the criminals and save the family. Directed by Barry Sonnenfeld. With Elizabeth Wilson, Judith Malina and Dan Hedaya. Categories: Comedy, Fantasy, Horror, Family. Year: 1991.
Christina Ricci in The Addams Family
Mrs. Flax (Cher), a single mother of two, has slightly eccentric parenting skills. When she suffers yet another failed relationship, she decides to move her family to the East Coast for a fresh start. Mrs. Flax's eldest daughter, Charlotte (Winona Ryder), exasperated by her mother's flightiness, wants nothing more than to be a nun, despite the fact that she happens to be Jewish. The younger daughter, Kate (Christina Ricci), is preoccupied with her attempt to become the world's best swimmer. The trio, although quite different, learn to appreciate the richness of their family as they deal with life's tribulations and unexpected joys. Directed by Richard Benjamin. With Bob Hoskins and Michael Schoeffling. Categories: Comedy, Drama, Romance. Year: 1990.
Christina Ricci in Mermaids