A series of interlocking stories set in Los Angeles about romantic relationships in Los Angeles features Julia Roberts as a woman who meets Bradley Cooper on a plane; Hector Elizondo and Shirley MacLaine as a long-married couple; Jessica Alba as a woman who decides to spend the day alone at a hotel; Jamie Foxx as a television reporter who works with a dateless Jessica Biel; Jennifer Garner as a woman questioning her relationship; and Patrick Dempsey, Ashton Kutcher, Anne Hathaway, Emma Roberts and Eric Dane as confused lovelorn L.A. citizens. Directed by Garry Marshall. Categories: Comedy, Romance. Year: 2010.
Ashton Kutcher in Valentine's Day
Ashton Kutcher stars as an arrogant womanizer in this critically acclaimed film. This isn't the story of a cad who gets his comeuppance, just a detailed look into the life of one very selfish young man. Directed by David Mackenzie. With Margarita Levieva, Anne Heche and Sebastian Stan. Categories: Comedy. Year: 2009.
Ashton Kutcher in Spread
After a hard night out on the Vegas Strip, strangers Jack Fuller (Ashton Kutcher) and Joy McNally (Cameron Diaz) awaken to discover that they've gotten married. Neither wants to stay hitched, but when Jack uses Joy's quarter to win a huge slot machine jackpot, they both lay claim to the prize money. After a judge (Dennis Miller) orders them to six months of forced marriage, Jack and Joy decide that the only way to settle their dilemma is to make each other's lives as miserable as possible until one of them admits defeat and signs over the cash in the divorce. Directed by Tom Vaughan. With Rob Corddry, Lake Bell, Queen Latifah, Treat Williams and Zach Galifianakis. Categories: Comedy, Romance. Year: 2008.
Ashton Kutcher in What Happens in Vegas...
An all-star cast appears in Bobby, which tells the stories of 22 people at the hotel where then-presidential candidate Robert Kennedy was assassinated in1968, on the day leading up to his murder. Lindsay Lohan plays a young woman about to marry a man (Elijah Wood) so that he won't be drafted to fight in Vietnam. Sharon Stone is a beautician at the hotel salon, while Demi Moore is an alcoholic singer. Shia LaBeouf plays a Kennedy staffer who goes on an LSD trip with a hippie pusher (Ashton Kutcher). Directed by Emilio Estevez. With Helen Hunt, Heather Graham, Martin Sheen, Freddy Rodríguez, Anthony Hopkins, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Joshua Jackson, Christian Slater and Brian Geraghty. Categories: Drama. Year: 2006.
Ashton Kutcher in Bobby
Ben Randall (Kevin Costner), a legendary rescue swimmer, is sent to teach an elite Coast Guard training program after an accident takes the lives of his crew. Struggling with the lose of his team, Randall is reluctant at first, but soon throws himself into creating a brutal, unorthodox training program. Along the way, he encounters Jake Fischer (Ashton Kutcher), a cocky former swim champ, and after some initial difficulty becomes the young man's mentor, preparing him for his first solo mission. Directed by Andrew Davis. With Sela Ward and Melissa Sagemiller. Categories: Action, Adventure, Drama. Year: 2006.
Ashton Kutcher in The Guardian
An animated comedy about a grizzly bear (Martin Lawrence) who has been domesticated by a friendly park ranger, Beth (Debra Messing). But when the ranger decides to return him to the wild, he doesn't know what to do, since he's so used to Beth's garage. Plus, it's hunting season. He teams up with a fast-talking deer (Ashton Kutcher) just to survive. Directed by Anthony Stacchi. With Gary Sinise, and Billy Connolly. Categories: Animation, Adventure, Comedy, Family. Year: 2006.
Ashton Kutcher in Open Season
When Theresa (Zoe Saldana) brings her white boyfriend, Simon (Ashton Kutcher), to her parents' wedding anniversary, her sarcastic father, Percy (Bernie Mac), has plenty to say. Race complicates Percy's general mistrust of any boyfriend, leading him to investigate Simon and find out that he is keeping a secret from Theresa. Directed by Kevin Rodney Sullivan. With Judith Scott. Categories: Comedy, Romance. Year: 2005.
Ashton Kutcher in Guess Who
Oliver Geary (Ashton Kutcher), an uptight, career-oriented young man, and the free-spirited Emily Friehl (Amanda Peet) meet on a flight from LA to New York. After a very brief romance, which only spans the duration of the flight, the two part ways, proclaiming that they are woefully unsuited for one another. Oliver gives Emily his phone number, telling her to call his mother in seven years to see if his career and life plans have come to fruition. Over the course of the next seven years, the two bump into each other in various cities and begin to get the feeling that their relationship might be destiny. Directed by Nigel Cole. With Kathryn Hahn, Kal Penn, Jeremy Sisto, Ali Larter, Moon Bloodgood and Molly Cheek. Categories: Romance, Comedy. Year: 2005.
Ashton Kutcher in A Lot Like Love
Even Treborn (Ashton Kutcher) has suffered from mysterious blackouts all his life. They always seem to happen in times of great distress and violence, but it isn't until one day in college that he realizes the terrifying truth: by remembering these confusing and tragic moments, he is able to change them, and by doing so change his past and future. A gift with devastating consequences. Directed by Eric Bress and J. Mackye Gruber. With Melora Walters, Amy Smart and Elden Henson. Categories: Drama, Horror, Sci-Fi, Thriller. Year: 2004.
Ashton Kutcher in The Butterfly Effect
Tom (Steve Martin) and Kate Baker (Bonnie Hunt) have been blessed with 12 children. When Kate leaves to promote her new book, Tom is left to look after their large brood. With his new job coaching football at his alma mater, Tom is forced to apply new and interesting parenting techniques. Directed by Shawn Levy. With Piper Perabo, Tom Welling, Hilary Duff and Ashton Kutcher. Categories: Comedy, Drama, Family. Year: 2003.
Ashton Kutcher in Cheaper by the Dozen
Tom Stansfield (Ashton Kutcher) is a motivated young man out to secure both a big promotion and the affection of his boss's daughter, the bubbly, irresistable Lisa (Tara Reid). When Tom gets the chance to housesit for his unimpressible boss (Terence Stamp), he sees it as the opportunity he has been looking for to prove himself to Mr. Taylor and make an impression on Lisa. However, soon after they leave town, a string of zany guests, including Mr. Taylor’s drug-dealing son (Andy Richter), show up and send Tom scrambling to keep the entire ordeal from blowing up in his face. Directed by David Zucker. With Jeffrey Tambor, Molly Shannon, Michael Madsen, David Koechner, Carmen Electra and Jon Abrahams. Categories: Comedy. Year: 2003.
Ashton Kutcher in My Boss's Daughter