After her father is kidnapped, Chun-Li (Kristin Kreuk) sets out into the streets of Hong Kong looking for revenge. With her sights set on a seemingly unstoppable foe, Chun-Li will have to push the limits of her martial arts skills to bring him to justice. Directed by Andrzej Bartkowiak. With Michael Clarke Duncan, Moon Bloodgood, Neal McDonough, Chris Klein and Robin Shou. Categories: Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi, Thriller. Year: 2009.
Neal McDonough in Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li
After his reckless behavior lands him in jail, talented rugby player Rick Penning (Sean Faris) gets a second chance when prison ward Marcus Tate (Sean Astin) works out an arrangement for him to play for a rival team. Initially reluctant to submit to Coach Gelwix's (Gary Cole) grueling training schedule and strict code of conduct, Rick eventually forms a close bond with his new teammates. But, after Rick is released and allowed to rejoin his old team for the National Championship game, he must decide whether to play for his demanding father (Neal McDonough), or stick with his Coach Gelwix. Directed by Ryan Little. With Penn Badgley, Arielle Kebbel and Julie Warner. Categories: Drama, Sports. Year: 2008.
Neal McDonough in Forever Strong
When dedicated FBI agent Roy Clayton (Guy Pearce) investigates a dangerous international conspiracy, all clues seem to point to Samir Horn (Don Cheadle), an enigmatic former US Special Operations officer. With multiple connections to terrorist organizations and a propensity for showing up on the scene just as major operations are executed, Horn looks to be the man Clayton has been searching for. But, when contradictoy evidence emerges, Clayton must dig deeper to find out whether Horn is a former military operative with a grudge, or something far more complicated. Directed by Jeffrey Nachmanoff. With Jeff Daniels, Neal McDonough, Saïd Taghmaoui and Archie Panjabi. Categories: Drama, Action. Year: 2008.
Neal McDonough in Traitor
On the eve of serial killer Jon Forster's execution, Dr. Jack Gramm (Al Pacino), the forensic psychiatrist who influenced the jury to send Forster to death row, receives a phone call stating that he has eighty-eight minutes to live. While Gramm tries to track down possible suspects, a copycat killer strikes in Seattle using Forster's same twisted methods. To save his life and prevent himself from being framed for murder, Gramm will need to use all of his skills and years of training, along with the help of his ex-wife (Amy Brenneman), his assistant (Alicia Witt) and an FBI agent (William Forsythe). Directed by Jon Avnet. With Leelee Sobieski and Benjamin McKenzie. Categories: Crime, Drama, Thriller. Year: 2007.
Neal McDonough in 88 Minutes
After she escapes from a sadistic serial killer who abducted and tortured her, Aubrey Fleming (Lindsay Lohan) insists that she is not who people think she is. Regaining consciousness in a hospital, the traumatized girl contends that she is Dakota Moss, a character Aubrey invented for an English assignment, and that the real Aubrey Fleming is still in mortal danger. Directed by Chris Sivertson. With Julia Ormond, Neal McDonough, Garcelle Beauvais and Gregory Itzin. Categories: Drama, Thriller. Year: 2007.
Neal McDonough in I Know Who Killed Me
In 1945, thousands of Marines attacked the island of Iwo Jima in a battle thsy resulted in horrific casualties on both sides. The three surviving soldiers (Ryan Phillippe, Adam Beach and Jesse Bradford) who were photographed raising the flag there were taken back to the United States to raise money for the war effort. But they were traumatized by the fighting and felt that the government version of the battle was inaccurate. Directed by Clint Eastwood. With Myra Turley, John Benjamin Hickey and John Slattery. Categories: Action, Drama, History, War. Year: 2006.
Neal McDonough in Flags of Our Fathers
Ben Randall (Kevin Costner), a legendary rescue swimmer, is sent to teach an elite Coast Guard training program after an accident takes the lives of his crew. Struggling with the lose of his team, Randall is reluctant at first, but soon throws himself into creating a brutal, unorthodox training program. Along the way, he encounters Jake Fischer (Ashton Kutcher), a cocky former swim champ, and after some initial difficulty becomes the young man's mentor, preparing him for his first solo mission. Directed by Andrew Davis. With Sela Ward and Melissa Sagemiller. Categories: Action, Adventure, Drama. Year: 2006.
Neal McDonough in The Guardian
Chris Vaughn (Dwayne Johnson) is an elite U.S. army soldier returning to his hometown in Washington. When he gets there, he finds the city over-run with drug abuse and violence, unquestionably due to the presence of a sleazy casino and its corrupt owners. Taking over the position of Sheriff, Vaughn sets out to clean up the streets. Directed by Kevin Bray. With Johnny Knoxville, Neal McDonough, Kristen Wilson and Ashley Scott. Categories: Action, Drama, Thriller. Year: 2004.
Neal McDonough in Walking Tall
While investigating ancient castle ruins in France, enigmatic archeologist Professor Edward Johnston (Billy Connolly) disappears. Believing that he is on one of his customary excursions, his team, including his assistant Andre (Gerard Butler), his student Kate (Frances O'Connor) and his son Chris (Paul Walker), initally dismiss his absence. But when the professor does not return, the team retraces his footsteps and discovers a handwritten letter from the professor dated April 2, 1357. When they discover a time machine in the professor's lab, the team recruits physicist Josh Stern ( Ethan Embry) and security guard Frank Gordon (Neal McDonough), and heads back to the fourteenth century. Directed by Richard Donner. With Anna Friel, David Thewlis, Matt Craven, Michael Sheen and Marton Csokas. Categories: Adventure, Fantasy, Sci-Fi. Year: 2003.
Neal McDonough in Timeline
In a future where criminals are caught before they commit a crime using premonitions of three precognitive triplets, John Anderton (Tom Cruise) works as an officer in the special unit responsible for capturing would-be criminals. But, when John himself is accused, he sets out on a one man crusade to prove his innocence using any means necessary. Directed by Steven Spielberg. With Steve Harris, Neal McDonough and Colin Farrell. Categories: Action, Crime, Drama, Mystery, Sci-Fi. Year: 2002.
Neal McDonough in Minority Report