Directed by Joshua Goldin. With Matthew Broderick, Sanaa Lathan, Michael K. Williams, Philip Baker Hall, Jodelle Ferland and Ally Walker. Categories: Drama, Romance. Year: 2009.
Matthew Broderick in Wonderful World
Taylor Peters is a television producer who is just getting used to having his life back on track after years of struggling with alcohol and compulsive gambling. Limiting himself to betting on horses, Taylor's plan works fine until his wife Lorraine (Maura Tierney) discovers evidence that he's been gambling behind her back. To win back his wife and regain her trust, Taylor sets off to Las Vegas to convince his niece Amanda (Brittany Snow), who they've recently learned has been working as a prostitute, to enter rehab. But, when he gets to Vegas, Taylor finds that Amanda is a bigger handful than he expected, and has to deal with his own destructive urges. Directed by Peter Tolan. With Peter Facinelli, Steve Coogan, Bill Fagerbakke and Jack McGee. Categories: Comedy, Drama. Year: 2008.
Matthew Broderick in Finding Amanda
Despereaux (Matthew Broderick), a tiny mouse with big ears and an even bigger heart, refuses to accept life as a mere mouse, learning how to read and befriending a beautiful princess named Pea (Emma Watson). Banished from Mouseworld for his unconventional ways, Depereaux sets out to rescue Princess Pea when he learns that she has been kidnapped by Roscuro (Dustin Hoffman), a rat whose affections the princess earlier dismissed. Inspired by stories of knights, dragons and fair maidens, Depereaux finds the courage to become a legendary hero. Directed by Sam Fell and Robert Stevenhagen. With Tracey Ullman, Kevin Kline, William H. Macy, Stanley Tucci and Sigourney Weaver. Categories: Adventure, Animation, Comedy, Family, Fantasy. Year: 2008.
Matthew Broderick in The Tale of Despereaux
Barry B. Benson (Jerry Seinfeld) is a college educated bee who wants more out of life than just making honey. After venturing outside the hive and traveling to New York City, Barry nearly dies before being saved by a florist named Vanessa (Renée Zellweger). As Barry's relationship with Vanessa grows, he comes to learn that humans eat honey and decides to sue the human race as a result. Directed by Steve Hickner and Simon J. Smith. With Matthew Broderick, John Goodman, Chris Rock and Kathy Bates. Categories: Animation, Comedy, Family. Year: 2007.
Matthew Broderick in Bee Movie
After dealing with the death of her adoptive mother and separating from her husband (Matthew Broderick), New York schoolteacher April Epner (Helen Hunt) begins to undergo a midlife crisis when she is contacted by her apparent birth mother, Bernice Graves (Bette Midler). As Bernice, an eccentric local talk show host, attempts to make up for lost time and past mistakes, April seeks comfort in the arms of Frank (Colin Firth), the father of one of her students. With her world turned upside down, April must come to grips with the fact that life doesn't always go as planned. Directed by Helen Hunt. With Lynn Cohen and Ben Shenkman. Categories: Comedy, Drama, Romance. Year: 2007.
Matthew Broderick in Then She Found Me
Max Bialystock (Nathan Lane), a shady Broadway producer, and Leo Bloom (Matthew Broderick), his nerdy accountant, concoct a scheme to over finance a huge flop and pocket the excess budget. But, despite their best efforts, the show becomes an unexpected smash hit. Directed by Susan Stroman. With Uma Thurman and Will Ferrell. Categories: Comedy, Musical, Remake. Year: 2005.
Matthew Broderick in The Producers
After suffering a nervous breakdown and being fired from her job, former TV executive Joanna Eberhart (Nicole Kidman) moves from New York to a quiet Connecticut suburb with her attentive husband, Walter (Matthew Broderick), and their two children. Once there, Joanna becomes friends with Bobbie Markowitz (Bette Midler), a writer and recovering alcoholic, because Bobbie seems like a real person, unlike the other wives in the community who seem to be superhuman homemakers. Suspicious of the superficial perfection of the town and its inhabitants, Joanna and Bobbie set out to uncover the truth and upset the the town's quiet state of order. Directed by Frank Oz. With Glenn Close, Christopher Walken and Jon Lovitz. Categories: Comedy, Sci-Fi, Thriller. Year: 2004.
Matthew Broderick in The Stepford Wives
Sam (Matthew Broderick) is an easygoing astronomer who is devastated when his girlfriend, Linda (Kelly Preston), leaves him for a suave Frenchman, Anton (Tch_ky Karyo). He starts spying on Linda, trying to figure out how to break them up. But then bumps into Maggie (Meg Ryan), Anton's ex-fiancee, who also has the same plan and they join forces. Directed by Griffin Dunne. Categories: Comedy, Romance. Year: 1997.
Matthew Broderick in Addicted to Love
When Prince Simba Jonathan Taylor Thomas) is born, his uncle Scar(Jeremy Irons), the second in line to the throne, plots to kill King Mufasa (James Earl Jones), and make himself King of the Jungle. Led to believe that his father's death was his fault, Simba flees the kingdom in shame. After years in exile spent palling around with his friends Timon (Nathan Lane) and Pumbaa (Ernie Sabella), Simba learns the truth and returns home to fulfill his destiny. Directed by Roger Allers and Rob Minkoff. With Matthew Broderick, Robert Guillaume, Rowan Atkinson, Whoopi Goldberg and Cheech Marin. Categories: Animation, Adventure, Drama, Family, Musical. Year: 1994.
Matthew Broderick in The Lion King
Col. Robert Gould Shaw (Matthew Broderick), a determined, demanding military man, volunteers to head up the 54th Massachusetts Volunteer Regiment, one of the first units of the US Army to be made up entirely of black men. Joining Shaw in battle are Pvt. Trip (Denzel Washington), a hardened, escaped slave, and Sgt. Maj. Rawlins (Morgan Freeman), a leader amongst the black soldiers. Together, they must not only contend with the hatred and prejudices of the Confederates, but also with the distrust of their fellow Union soldiers. Directed by Edward Zwick. With Cary Elwes and Andre Braugher. Categories: Action, Drama, History, War. Year: 1989.
Matthew Broderick in Glory