Igor (John Cusack), a hunchbacked lab assistant for a mad scientist, has big dreams of becoming an inventor himself. Behind the back of his master, Dr. Glickenstein (John Cleese), Igor begins conducting experiments with the help of his friends Brain (Sean Hayes) and Scamper (Steve Buscemi). Despite setback and interference from Glickenstein, Igor won't let anything stop him from reaching his dreams of winning first place at the annual Evil Science Fair. Directed by Anthony Leondis. With Christian Slater, Jennifer Coolidge, Eddie Izzard, Molly Shannon and Jay Leno. Categories: Animation, Comedy, Family. Year: 2008.
Molly Shannon in Igor
After leaving the Buffalo TV station where he was tormented by rival Bruce Nolan, Evan Baxter (Steve Carell) is elected as a congressman and moves to Washington D.C. But, just as he is getting started with his new job, God (Morgan Freeman) summons Evan to build an ark. As Evan is transformed into a modern day Noah, he must deal with the appearance of thousands of wild animals and explain his bizarre behavior to his family, friends and constituents. Directed by Tom Shadyac. With Lauren Graham, Jonah Hill, Wanda Sykes, Ed Helms, John Michael Higgins and John Goodman. Categories: Comedy, Fantasy. Year: 2007.
Molly Shannon in Evan Almighty
When Peggy (Molly Shannon), a lonely, unmarried secretary, unexpectedly loses her dog Pencil, the love of her life, her world begins to spin out of control. With the help of her family and coworkers, Peggy tries to find new ways to pass the time, but eventually she gets so wrapped up in animal rights causes that she puts her job and new relationships in danger. Directed by Mike White. With Laura Dern, Regina King, Peter Sarsgaard and John C. Reilly. Categories: Comedy, Drama. Year: 2007.
Molly Shannon in Year of the Dog
Gray (Heather Graham) and Sam (Thomas Cavanagh) are sister and brother and best friends. So compatible in fact that people often assume they're dating. But, their relationship is put to the test when Sam spontaneously proposes to Charlie (Bridget Moynahan), a beautiful zoologist he's just met. At first, Gray fears she will lose her close friendship with her brother, but, when she begins to having feelings for Charlie herself, Gray realizes she has an even bigger problem on her hands. Directed by Sue Kramer. With Molly Shannon, Alan Cumming and Sissy Spacek. Categories: Comedy, Romance. Year: 2006.
Molly Shannon in Gray Matters
France's naïve, beautiful Austrian-born Queen, Marie Antoinette (Kirsten Dunst), joins a monarchy rife with conspiracy and scandal after marrying King Louis XVI (Jason Schwartzman). Isolated and lonely, Antoinette finds comfort in extavagant gowns, pastries and parties. But, while the Queen basks in luxury, she turns a blind eye to the poverty and unrest amongst France's working class that eventually leads to the French Revolution. Directed by Sofia Coppola. With Judy Davis, Rip Torn, Rose Byrne and Molly Shannon. Categories: Drama, History, Biography. Year: 2006.
Molly Shannon in Marie Antoinette
In this installment from the masters of parody, Cindy Campbell (Anna Faris), a caring but oblivious young woman, is haunted by the spirit of a young boy after taking a job at a creepy old mansion. Meanwhile, her recently divorced neighbor, Tom Ryan (Craig Bierko), uncovers an alien plot to take over the world and goes on the run with his two kids. After Cindy discovers that the identity of the boy's murderer could be the key to stopping the aliens, she heads off with her friend (Regina Hall) to learn the truth and save the day. Directed by David Zucker. With Carmen Electra, Shaquille O'Neal, Bill Pullman, Anthony Anderson, Leslie Nielsen and Molly Shannon. Categories: Comedy. Year: 2006.
Molly Shannon in Scary Movie 4
NASCAR sensation Ricky Bobby (Will Ferrell) becomes a national hero due to his willingness to do whatever it takes to win the checkered flag. Ricky Bobby and his loyal racing partner Cal Naughton Jr. (John C. Reilly) become known as "Shake" and "Bake" for their uncanny ability to finish races #1 and #2. The pair enjoys the sweet life until Jean Girard (Sacha Baron Cohen), a flamboyant French Formula One driver, enters the scene and challenges Ricky Bobby for the top spot in stock car racing. Directed by Adam McKay. With Amy Adams, Gary Cole, Michael Clarke Duncan and Molly Shannon. Categories: Comedy, Sports. Year: 2006.
Molly Shannon in Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby
When Hubble, an intergalactic dog pilot, comes to earth, he's horrified to learn that dogs failed to take over the planet as planned. Determined to succeed, Hubble endears himself to 12-year-old Owen Baker (Liam Aiken) and sets out to whip earth's dogs into shape. Directed by John Robert Hoffman. With Molly Shannon and Kevin Nealon. Categories: Comedy, Drama, Family. Year: 2003.
Molly Shannon in Good Boy!
Tom Stansfield (Ashton Kutcher) is a motivated young man out to secure both a big promotion and the affection of his boss's daughter, the bubbly, irresistable Lisa (Tara Reid). When Tom gets the chance to housesit for his unimpressible boss (Terence Stamp), he sees it as the opportunity he has been looking for to prove himself to Mr. Taylor and make an impression on Lisa. However, soon after they leave town, a string of zany guests, including Mr. Taylor’s drug-dealing son (Andy Richter), show up and send Tom scrambling to keep the entire ordeal from blowing up in his face. Directed by David Zucker. With Jeffrey Tambor, Molly Shannon, Michael Madsen, David Koechner, Carmen Electra and Jon Abrahams. Categories: Comedy. Year: 2003.
Molly Shannon in My Boss's Daughter
A romantic comedy about a guy (John Cusack) and a girl (Kate Beckinsale), who meet by chance in New York one night while Christmas shopping. They hit it off immediately, but are both involved with other people. They go their separate ways. Fast forward to a couple of years later: They are both about to be married, but can't stop thinking about each other. Her best friend (Molly Shannon) and his buddy (Jeremy Piven) help them in their frantic search for their lost true love. Directed by Peter Chelsom. Categories: Comedy, Romance, Fantasy. Year: 2001.
Molly Shannon in Serendipity
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.
Molly Shannon in Shallow Hal
With summer coming to an end, Camp Firewood director Beth (Janeane Garofalo) tries to keep the peace and fight off feelings for Henry Newman (David Hyde Pierce), a local astrophysics professor working to save the camp from falling space debris. Meanwhile, naive counselor Coop (Michael Showalter) does his best to win the heart of Katie (Marguerite Moreau), even though she has a thing for Andy (Paul Rudd), the sleazy lifeguard. And, as drama counselor Susie (Amy Poehler) struggles to put together a talent show that meets her high expectations, Victor (Ken Marino) abandons his campers on a field trip for a chance to lose his virginity. Directed by David Wain. With Michael Ian Black, Zak Orth, A.D. Miles, Christopher Meloni and Elizabeth Banks. Categories: Comedy, Independent Film. Year: 2001.
Molly Shannon in Wet Hot American Summer