This film is a dramatization of the 1976 wine-tasting competition that, for the first time, ranked Napa Valley wines from California above the French. Bill Pullman and Chris Pine are the father-and-son duo whose wines triumph, while Alan Rickman is a British wine snob who doesn't think anything good can come from the US. Directed by Randall Miller. With Rachael Taylor, Freddy Rodríguez, Eliza Dushku, and Dennis Farina. Categories: Comedy, Drama. Year: 2008.
Eliza Dushku in Bottle Shock
A thriller full of twists in which Eli (Alan Rickman), a brilliant chemist, wins the Nobel Prize, only to learn that his son has just been kidnapped. The kidnapper (Shawn Hatosy), demands the $2 million Nobel Prize money as the ransom. While Eli and his wife (Mary Steenburgen), try to decide what to do, a police detective (Bill Pullman), begins investigating and a mysterious woman (Eliza Dushku) gets involved in the case. Directed by Randall Miller. With Bryan Greenberg and Danny DeVito. Categories: Comedy, Crime, Drama. Year: 2007.
Eliza Dushku in Nobel Son
Dizzy (DJ Qualls) is a nerd, so he gets himself expelled from his high school and takes on a new name and a cool new identity at his new school. He catches the eye of the head cheerleader (Eliza Dushku), but also gets into trouble with her boyfriend (Geoffrey Lewis). Eddie Griffin is a prison inmate who helps Dizzy plan his transformation. Directed by Ed Decter. Categories: Comedy. Year: 2002.
Eliza Dushku in The New Guy
After being barred from their favorite hangout spot, foul-mouthed drug dealer Jay (Jason Mewes) and his best friend Silent Bob (Kevin Smith) come up against another injustice when they discover that a major movie studio is making a film based on their alter egos, Bluntman and Chronic. After their friend Brodie (Jason Lee) breaks the news, Jay and Silent Bob set off from New Jersey to Hollywood, hoping to stop production and receive a huge settlement from film producer Holden McNeil (Ben Affleck). During the colorful duo's eventful road trip, they learn the rules of the road from a hitchhiker (George Carlin), meet a gang of gorgeous jewel thieves and have to deal with an inept Federal Wildlife Marshall (Will Ferrell) after they liberate an orangutan. Directed by Kevin Smith. With Shannon Elizabeth, Eliza Dushku, Ali Larter, Carrie Fisher, Seann William Scott, Jon Stewart and Tracy Morgan. Categories: Adventure, Comedy. Year: 2001.
Eliza Dushku in Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back
In order to ensure another win at the cheerleading national championships, the former captain of the Toros cheerleading squad left the newly-elected captain, Torrence (Kirsten Dunst), with a routine stolen from the Clovers, a hip-hop style dance squad from the inner city. When the Clovers find out what has been going on, their captain, Iris (Gabrielle Union), makes a point of telling Torrence to stop using their routine. The Toros are then forced to create a new routine, employing unconventional elements and the gymnastic abilities of a feisty new team member, Missy (Eliza Dushku). Directed by Peyton Reed. With Jesse Bradford, Clare Kramer, Nicole Bilderback and Tsianina Joelson. Categories: Comedy. Year: 2000.
Eliza Dushku in Bring It On
Harry Tasker (Arnold Schwarzenegger) is a high ranking secret agent, but his wife (Jamie Lee Curtis) thinks he's mild mannered computer salesman. Living a lie for the entire length of their marriage, problems start to develop right as Tasker begins a hunt for terrorists with nuclear capabilities. Directed by James Cameron. With Tom Arnold, Bill Paxton and Tia Carrere. Categories: Action, Adventure, Comedy, Romance, Thriller. Year: 1994.
Eliza Dushku in True Lies