Dr. Jeffrey Wigand (Russell Crowe) knows that the information he holds concerning the truth about cigarette addiction and tobacco industry malpractice could open a floodgate of litigation against Big Tobacco. After Wigand contacts Lowell Bergman (Al Pacino), a producer for CBS's "60 Minutes," the industry sets out to discredit the doctor and shut him down any way they can. With Bergman's backing, Wigand's story finally makes it to the air and the two men form a relationship built upon a shared struggle to reveal the truth despite personal and professional hardships. Directed by Michael Mann. With Christopher Plummer, Michael Gambon and Diane Venora. Categories: Biography, Drama, Thriller. Year: 1999.
Christopher Plummer in The Insider
In 1996, a lethal virus wipes out five billion people and forces the survivors into underground hiding. In 2035, James Cole (Bruce Willis), a convict, is forced to travel back in time to 1996 to find the source of the plague and try to stop it. When he is accidentally sent back six years earlier, he is arrested and declared insane. In his institutional prison, he meets a mental case (Brad Pitt) who might have the keys to preventing the disaster. Directed by Terry Gilliam. With Madeleine Stowe. Categories: Cult Classics, Drama, Sci-Fi, Thriller. Year: 1995.
Christopher Plummer in Twelve Monkeys
Maria (Julie Andrews), a former nun, leaves an Austrian convent to become a governess for the seven children of Captain Von Trapp (Christopher Plummer), a wealthy naval officer widower who has become a cold and strict disciplinarian. Following her arrival, Maria teaches the children the joy of singing, eventually softening the heart of their father and gaining his love. Directed by Robert Wise. Categories: Drama, Family, Musical. Year: 1965.
Christopher Plummer in The Sound of Music