Dewey Cox (John C. Reilly) is a beloved but troubled musician whose songs captivate the nation. On his rocky road to stardom, Cox experiences all the highs and lows of celebrity: female adoration, famous friends, drug abuse and failed marriages. But, after all his trial, Cox becomes a national icon and earns the love of a good woman (Jenna Fischer). Directed by Jake Kasdan. With Paul Rudd, Jack Black, Jason Schwartzman, Justin Long, David Krumholtz, David Koechner, Kristen Wiig and John Michael Higgins. Categories: Comedy, Music. Year: 2007.
David Krumholtz in Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story
Getting fast food is supposed to be easy. But, when Harold (John Cho) and Kumar (Kal Penn), two stoner roommates, set out on a late-night run to White Castle, they find themselves in a series of life changing adventures that include riding a cheetah and getting their car stolen by Doogie Howser (Neil Patrick Harris). Directed by Danny Leiner. With David Krumholtz, Anthony Anderson and Ryan Reynolds. Categories: Adventure, Comedy. Year: 2004.
David Krumholtz in Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle
Ray Charles (Jamie Foxx) was stricken with blindness at a young age, left defenseless against a world that had little compassion for a disabled black child. Inspired by his mother to overcome the perceived limitations of his handicap, Ray works tirelessly to cultivate his extraordinary musical talents. But, as the pressures of celebrity and life on the road take their toll, Ray must overcome racism, broken relationships and drug addiction to achieve superstardom and international fame. Directed by Taylor Hackford. With Kerry Washington, Regina King and Clifton Powell. Categories: Biography, Drama, Music. Year: 2004.
David Krumholtz in Ray
Jerry Welbach (Brad Pitt) can't catch a break. On one side, his mobster boss (Bob Balaban) demands that he travel to Mexico to retrieve a cursed antique gun, or suffer the consequences. On the other side, his girlfriend, Samantha (Julia Roberts), has given him an ultimatum to give up his criminal ways once and for all. Believing that he can only make things right with Samantha if he is alive, Jerry chooses to go after the gun. Finding the cursed piece of metal is easy, but getting it back across the border proves difficult, especially when Samantha is taken hostage by a gay hitman (James Gandolfini). Directed by Gore Verbinski. With Gene Hackman and J.K. Simmons. Categories: Action, Adventure, Comedy, Crime, Romance. Year: 2001.
David Krumholtz in The Mexican
Pretty and popular, Bianca Stratford (Larisa Oleynik) desperately wants to date Joey Donner (Andrew Keegan), the high school heartthrob. The only problem is that Bianca's father (Larry Miller) has forbidden her to date anyone until her cynical, sharp-tongued older sister, Kat (Julia Stiles), finds a date of her own. When Cameron James (Joseph Gordon-Levitt), a new student who likes Bianca, learns of the situation, he teams up with Joey to bribe Patrick (Heath Ledger), a mysterious loner, to ask Kat out, and thus free Bianca to date whomever she wants. Directed by Gil Junger. With David Krumholtz, Susan May Pratt, Gabrielle Union, Daryl Mitchell and Allison Janney. Categories: Comedy, Drama, Romance. Year: 1999.
David Krumholtz in 10 Things I Hate About You
In the shadow of Beverly Hills wealth, Vivian (Natasha Lyonne), a confused teen, lives with her father (Alan Arkin), who barely makes a living. Her uncle sends his ditzy daughter to live with them and Vivian emulates her cousin's erratic lifestyle. Bryna Weiss plays a snobbish saleslady. Directed by Tamara Jenkins. With Kevin Corrigan. Categories: Comedy, Drama. Year: 1998.
David Krumholtz in Slums of Beverly Hills
Pubert Addams (Kaitlyn Hooper and Kristen Hooper) is the newest addition to the Addams family, and the other Addams children don't like it one bit. After Wednesday (Christina Ricci) and Pugsley (Jimmy Workman) get caught trying to snuff the baby out, they are shipped off to summer camp and replaced by Debbie Jellinsky (Joan Cusack), a doe-eyed nanny who plans to marry Uncle Fester (Christopher Lloyd) and kill him off unless the children can stop her. Directed by Barry Sonnenfeld. With Carol Kane, Carel Struycken, Nathan Lane and Peter MacNicol. Categories: Comedy, Fantasy, Horror, Family. Year: 1993.
David Krumholtz in Addams Family Values