Release Year: 1987 Directors: Joel Coen, Ethan Coen (uncredited) Writers: Ethan Coen, Joel Coen Starring: Nicolas Cage, Holly Hunter, Trey Wilson, John Goodman, William Forsythe, Sam McMurray, Frances McDormand, Randall Cobb, T.J. Kuhn When a happily married ex-con (Nicolas Cage) and police photographer (Holly Hunter) learn that they cannot have children and cannot adopt due ..
The American actor-turned-director Paul Feig had a good career on television i the 2000s with titles such as Arrested Development (2004-05), Nurse Jackie (2009-10), and The Office (2005-11), but broke through the glass ceiling as a film comedy director with the succesful Bridesmaids (2011). Since then Feig has directed one comedy after another with female leads, ..
Release year: 2010 Director: Steve Pink Screenwriter: Josh Heald, Sean Anders, John Morris Starring: John Cusack, Clark Duke, Craig Robinson, Rob Corddry, Sebastian Stan, Lyndsy Fonseca, Crispin Glover, Chevy Chase Adam (Cusack) has just broken up with his girlfriend and together with his nephew and two equally struggling friends Nick (Robinson) and Lou (Corddry) ..
Release year: 2001 Director: Dennis Dugan Screenwriter: Hank Nelken, Greg DePaul Starring: Jason Biggs, Jack Black, Steve Zahn, Amanda Peet, Amanda Detmer, R. Lee Ermey, Neil Diamond, Kyle Gass, Norma Armour Wayne (Zahn), J.D. (Black) and Darren (Biggs) are best friends. When Darren is about to marry the evil Judith (Peet) his friends decides to ..
Release year: 1952 Director: David Butler Screenwriter: Jack Rose, Melville Shavelson Starring: Doris Day, Ray Bolger, Claude Dauphin, Eve Miller, George Givot, Paul Harvey, Herbert Farjeon A mistake means chorus girl Ethel ‘Dynamite’ Jackson (Day) is invited to Paris to represent America at an art exposition. S. Winthrop Putnam (Bolger), the bureaucrat who made the ..
When you think about the teen movies of the 1980s, it is hard not to think about Anthony Michael Hall simultaneously. The lovable geek who manage to portray the genre character without the typical stereotyping but instead gave is characters heart and humanity. He starred in three movies of the King of 1980s teen ..
Release year: 1982 Director: Sidney J. Furie Screenwriters: Frank De Felitta (based on his own novel) Starring: Barbara Hershey, Ron Silver, David Labiosa, George Coe, Margaret Blye, Jacqueline Brookes, Richard Brestoff After being attacked by an unseen presence, Carla Moran (Hershey) starts questioning her own sanity along with everyone around her. But as the ..
Release year: 1979 Director: Hal Ashby Screenwriter: Jerzy Kosinski, Jerzy Kosinski (novel) Starring: Peter Sellers, Melvyn Douglas, Shirley MacLaine, Jack Warden, Richard Dysart, Richard Basehart, Ruth Attaway, David Clennon Ratings: 1 Oscar: Best Support Actor (Melvyn Douglas). 1 Oscar nomination: Best Actor (Peter Sellers). 2 Golden Globes: Best Actor Comedy/Musical (Peter Sellers), Best Supporting Actor ..
Release year: 2013 Director: Diablo Cody Screenwriter: Diablo Cody Starring: Julianne Hough, Russell Brand, Octavia Spencer, Holly Hunter, Nick Offerman, Kathleen Rose Perkins, Phil Austin, Maz Jobrani After a plane crash leaves her scarred, Lamb Mannerheim (Hough) finds herself doubting the faith she has grown up having. Determined to sin she packs her bags and ..
Release Year: 1990 Director: Peter Hyams Writers: Peter Hyams (screenplay), Earl Felton (earlier screenplay), Martin Goldsmith (earlier story), Jack Leonard (earlier story) Starring: Gene Hackman, Anne Archer, James Sikking, J.T. Walsh, M. Emmet Walsh, Susan Hogan, Nigel Bennett, J.A. Preston, Kevin McNulty, Harris Yulin A woman (Anne Archer) witnesses a mob hit and flees to ..
Release Year: 2018 Director: Roar Uthaug Writers: Geneva Robertson-Dworet (screenplay & story), Alastair Siddons (screenplay), Evan Daugherty (story) Starring: Alicia Vikander, Dominic West, Walton Goggins, Daniel Wu, Kristin Scott Thomas, Drek Jacobi, Alexandre Willaume Lara Croft (Alicia Vikander), the independently minded daughter of a wealthy lost explorer, finds a clue that might lead to answers ..
Release Year: 2008 Director: Julian Jarrold Writers: Andrew Davies (screenplay), Jeremy Brock (screenplay), Evelyn Waugh (based on his 1945 novel Brideshead Revisited, The Sacred & Profane Memories of Captain Charles Ryder) Starring: Matthew Goode, Ben Whishaw, Emma Thompson, Hayley Atwell, Michael Gambon, Ed Stoppard, Anna Madeley, Felicity Jones, Greta Scacchi, Patrick Malahide, Richard Teverson, Joseph Beattie, ..