Inventor Clyde (Gerard Butler) lives happily with his wife and daughter, but then they are murdered. The prosecutor (Jamie Foxx) cuts a deal with one of the killers to testify against the other. One murderer is executed but the other goes free after 10 years. When he gets out, he is killed and anyone connected with the case also dies. Even after Clyde is arrested, the killings continue. Directed by F. Gary Gray. With Christian Stolte, Michael Kelly, Bruce McGill and Leslie Bibb. Categories: Drama, Thriller. Year: 2009.
Bruce McGill in Law Abiding Citizen
Pop star Beyonce Knowles hits the big screen again in this psychological thriller. She plays the wife of a successful business executive (Idris Elba), who flirts with a temp (Ali Larter) at work, only to have the temp begin to stalk him. Jerry O'Connell is the co-worker who tries to warn the executive, and Christine Lahti plays a police detective who gets involved in the case. Directed by Steve Shill. With Bruce McGill. Categories: Drama, Thriller. Year: 2009.
Bruce McGill in Obsessed
Before a tragic car accident left his short-term memory severely damaged, Chris Pratt(Joseph Gordon-Levitt) was a promising, popular high school hockey player. Now working as a janitor at a small town bank, he struggles through his day to day life relying a notepad and help from his blind friend, Lewis (Jeff Daniels). When a group of petty criminals learns of Chris's disability, they decide to use him to gain access to the bank for a planned robbery. At first, Chris enjoys making some new friends, but slowly he begins to piece together their true motives and decides to put an end to their plans. DIrected by Scott Frank. With Matthew Goode, Isla Fisher, Carla Gugino, Bruce McGill and Alberta Watson. Categories: Crime, Drama, Thriller. Year: 2007.
Bruce McGill in The Lookout
The sequel to Behind Enemy Lines tells the story of a team of U.S. Navy SEALs assigned to destroy a North Korean missile site and avert a possible nuclear strike. But when the mission is abruptly aborted, some soldiers (Matt Bushell, Keith David, and Nicholas Gonzalez) are left stranded in enemy territory. In order to survive, they must defeat the rebel forces that threaten their lives. Directed by James Dodson. With Bruce McGill, Denis Arndt and Ben Cross. Categories: Action, Thriller. Year: 2006.
Bruce McGill in Behind Enemy Lines II: Axis of Evil
During the Great Depression, a desperate and disillusioned country is in need of a hero. Filling that role is James J. Braddock (Russell Crowe), a prizefighter too broke to even pay his rent. Despite having lost nearly everything, Braddock is determined to win again. When he does, Braddock's inspired rise to prominence captivates and inspires a nation living on its knees. Directed by Ron Howard. With Paul Giamatti and Renée Zellweger. Categories: Biography, Drama, New York, Sports. Year: 2005.
Bruce McGill in Cinderella Man
After losing his company millions of dollars and having his girlfriend (Jessica Biel) walk out on him, Drew Baylor (Orlando Bloom) is on the verge of suicide. But, after learning of his father's death, Drew finds a sense of purpose in returning his father's body to his mother (Susan Sarandon) in Elizabethtown, Kentucky. On the flight home, Drew meets a beautiful flight attendant named Claire (Kirsten Dunst). As their romance develops, Claire's positive outlook helps Drew get his life back on track and helps him understand his family for the first time. Directed by Cameron Crowe. With Alec Baldwin, Bruce McGill, Judy Greer and Paul Schneider. Categories: Comedy, Drama, Romance. Year: 2005.
Bruce McGill in Elizabethtown
A cab driver named Max (Jamie Foxx) has his mundane life interrupted when he is taken hostage by Vince (Tom Cruise), an engaging contract killer making his rounds from hit to hit during one night in LA. Max is too afraid to act at first, but as the seriousness of what is happening becomes apparent, he decides he must find a way to save both himself and one last victim. Directed by Michael Mann. With Jada Pinkett Smith, Mark Ruffalo, Peter Berg, Bruce McGill and Debi Mazar. Categories: Crime, Drama, Thriller. Year: 2004.
Bruce McGill in Collateral
After graduating from Harvard Law School, Elle Woods (Reese Witherspoon), the world's perkiest blonde lawyer, is making a name for herself at her new firm while planning for her upcoming wedding. When Elle is fired for objecting to a client's animal testing practices, she hits the ground running and takes her unwavering optimism to Washington D.C. to push for an anti-animal testing bil. Working for Congresswoman Victoria Rudd (Sally Field), Elle is initially met with skepticism, but in true sorority girl fashion she refuses to be denied and proves that she can do anything she sets her mind to. Directed by Charles Herman-Wurmfeld. With Regina King, Jennifer Coolidge, Bruce McGill, Dana Ivey, Bob Newhart and Luke Wilson. Categories: Comedy. Year: 2003.
Bruce McGill in Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde
CIA Agent Jack Ryan (Ben Affleck) is brought in when Russia elects a new president and the director of Counter Intelligence (Morgan Freeman) suspects that this new leader cannot be trusted. It turns out that a third party plans to push Russia and America into war by detonating a mobile nuclear bomb at a football game in Baltimore. It's up to Jack Ryan to foil this plot. Directed by Phil Alden Robinson. With Liev Schreiber and Alan Bates. Categories: Action, Drama, Thriller. Year: 2002.
Bruce McGill in The Sum of All Fears
Hal (Jack Black), a superficial male chauvinist, only dates beautiful women, partly based on the advice he received from his father just before his death. When he confesses his problems to famous self-help guru Anthony Robbins, Hal is hypnotized into seeing a woman's inner beauty on the outside. Before long, Hal meets Rosemary (Gwyneth Paltrow), a ridiculously obese woman, who in Hal's eyes is a perfect 10. Hal and Rosemary's relationship goes perfectly until Mauricio (Jason Alexander), Hal's macho best friend, points out the truth and attempts to undo the hypnosis. Directed by Bobby Farrelly and Peter Farrelly. With Joe Viterelli, Bruce McGill and Molly Shannon. Categories: Comedy, Romance. Year: 2001.
Bruce McGill in Shallow Hal