This classic children's story has been turned into a full-length animated cartoon. It tells the story of a kid determined to become an inventor, who grows up and discovers a way to turn water into food. This means that every time it rains, mouth-watering delicacies pour down onto the earth. Children delight in being covered in spaghetti and jumping onto giant pancakes. Bill Hader provides the voice of Flint, the inventor, while Anna Faris is Sam, the girl he is trying to impress. Directed by Chris Miller. With Bruce Campbell and Mr. T. Categories: Animation, Family. Year: 2009.
Anna Faris in Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs
Seth Rogen plays Ronnie, the nerdy head of security in a suburban shopping mall. When a pervert starts exposing himself to shoppers, Ronnie takes it on himself to try to nab the guy. This fills him with a sense of purpose, and he even gets the courage to ask out a beautiful young woman (Anna Faris), one of the flasher's victims. But when a hardnosed by-the-book cop (Ray Liotta) takes on the case, Ronnie is afraid of losing his status as a hero. Directed by Jody Hill. With Michael Peña, Matt Yuan, Jesse Plemons and John Yuan. Categories: Comedy. Year: 2009.
Anna Faris in Observe and Report
After nine years at the Playboy Mansion, former bunny Shelley Darlington (Anna Faris) is kicked out and forced to find a new home. Fate leads her to the Zeta Alpha Zeta sorority, where she learns that as the sisters' new housemother her special skills can be put to use by helping them change their nerdy, socially awkward image. But, when the snobby girls at Phi Iota Mu scheme to prevent the unpopular Zetas from recruiting a new class, Shelley and the girls learn that a little individuality might just be what they need to save the day. Directed by Fred Wolf. With Colin Hanks, Emma Stone, Kat Dennings, Beverly D'Angelo, Katharine McPhee, Rumer Willis, Christopher McDonald and Hugh M. Hefner. Categories: Comedy. Year: 2008.
Anna Faris in The House Bunny
Matt Saunders (Luke Wilson) thinks he might have found the one when he meets Jenny Johnson (Uma Thurman). But, when she turns out to be needy, controlling and jealous, Matt decides to cut his losses and end the relationship amicably. What Matt doesn't know is that Jenny is actually a superhero named G-Girl, and when things don't go her way she's not afraid to use her powers to get even. Directed by Ivan Reitman. With Anna Faris, Rainn Wilson and Eddie Izzard. Categories: Comedy, Romance, Sci-Fi. Year: 2006.
Anna Faris in My Super Ex-Girlfriend
In this installment from the masters of parody, Cindy Campbell (Anna Faris), a caring but oblivious young woman, is haunted by the spirit of a young boy after taking a job at a creepy old mansion. Meanwhile, her recently divorced neighbor, Tom Ryan (Craig Bierko), uncovers an alien plot to take over the world and goes on the run with his two kids. After Cindy discovers that the identity of the boy's murderer could be the key to stopping the aliens, she heads off with her friend (Regina Hall) to learn the truth and save the day. Directed by David Zucker. With Carmen Electra, Shaquille O'Neal, Bill Pullman, Anthony Anderson, Leslie Nielsen and Molly Shannon. Categories: Comedy. Year: 2006.
Anna Faris in Scary Movie 4
Back in high school, Chris Brander (Ryan Reynolds) was shy, fat and ridiclued by his classmates. The only bright spot in his life was his friendship with Jamie Palamino (Amy Smart), a beautiful, popular cheerleader. Now, a good looking, well paid music executive, Chris makes an unexpected stop in his home town, where he runs into Jamie and decides that maybe now he can convince her to be more than just friends. Directed by Roger Kumble. With Anna Faris, Chris Klein and Chris Marquette. Categories: Comedy, Romance. Year: 2005.
Anna Faris in Just Friends
Dean (Justin Long) didn't consider working at Shenaniganz a waste of time until he learned about a former classmate's success. But, Dean's friend Monty (Ryan Reynolds) couldn't care less. During the course of one shift, Monty trains a shy new employee (John Francis Daley), and introduces him to the rest of the Shenangan's crew: the tough-talking ex-girlfriend, Serena (Anna Faris), the over-zealous manager, Dan (David Koechner), and disgusting head cook Raddimus (Luis Guzmán). Directed by Rob McKittrick. With Chi McBride, Dane Cook, Emmanuelle Chriqui and Andy Milonakis. Categories: Comedy. Year: 2005.
Anna Faris in Waiting...
Jessica (Rachel McAdams), is a gorgeous but mean-spirited teen. Clive (Rob Schneider) is a career criminal. Due to a supernatural turn of events, the two switch bodies. Jessica is horrified and wants to get her body back as soon as possible. Clive is actually delighted with his new looks, which he can use to pull off a series of heists. Jessica's friend (Anna Faris) is the only one who knows their body-switch secret, but can she help them switch back? Directed by Tom Brady. Categories: Comedy, Fantasy. Year: 2002.
Anna Faris in The Hot Chick
This is a spoof of all the teen slasher movies that were popular in the late Nineties, especially the Sceam series and I Know What You Did Last Summer. Anna Faris, Marlon Wayans, Shannon Elizabeth, Carmen Electra and Kurt Fuller star as some of the stalked teens who may or may not be killers themselves. You don't have to have seen the movies being parodied to get some laughs out of Scary Movie. Directed by Keenen Ivory Wayans. With Masked Killer and Lochlyn Munro. Categories: Comedy. Year: 2000.
Anna Faris in Scary Movie