After finally winning over his fiancée's (Teri Polo) tough ex-CIA agent father (Robert De Niro), Greg Focker (Ben Stiller) faces one more challenge: introducing his soon to be in-laws to his eccentric, free-spirited parents (Dustin Hoffman and Barbra Streisand). During a chaotic week in Miami, Greg tries to keep the peace while facing the possibility that he might have an illegitimate son. Directed by Jay Roach. With Blythe Danner and Owen Wilson. Categories: Comedy. Year: 2004.
Owen Wilson in Meet the Fockers
When hearing that his estranged father has been murdered and that the Imperial Seal of China has been stolen, Chon (Jackie Chan) and travels to London with his buddy Roy (Owen Wilson) looking to regain the seal and take revenge on his father's killer. Chon and Roy are joined in England by Chon's sister Lin (Fann Wong), who has uncovered a conspiracy to murder the royal family. As the unlikely duo track down the seal, they must face off against the ruthless Lord Nelson Rathbone (Aidan Gillen). Directed by David Dobkin. With Aaron Johnson, Tom Fisher, Donnie Yen and Oliver Cotton. Categories: Action, Adventure, Comedy. Year: 2003.
Owen Wilson in Shanghai Knights
Three former child prodigies, Chas (Ben Stiller), Richie (Luke Wilson) and Margot (Gwyneth Paltrow), beaten down by the unfulflled promise of their youth, return to their childhood home to live with their mother (Anjelica Huston). Their father, Royal (Gene Hackman), left them long ago, but comes back to make things right with his family after announcing that he has a terminal illness. As old grudges play out and long hidden feelings are revealed, the family's problems are further complicated by the increasing bizarre behavior of their neighbor and childhood friend, renowned author Eli Cash (Owen Wilson). Directed by Wes Anderson. With Danny Glover, Bill Murray, Alec Baldwin and Seymour Cassel. Categories: Comedy, Drama. Year: 2001.
Owen Wilson in The Royal Tenenbaums
Derek Zoolander (Ben Stiller) is a clueless male model whose super successful career is threatened by the arrival of Hansel (Owen Wilson), the fashion industry's next big thing. Just when Derek begins to give up hope, fashion czar Mugatu (Will Ferrell) offers him a spot modeling his hot new clothing line, Derelicte. Everything seems back to normal until a journalist (Christine Taylor) uncovers Mugatu's plot to brainwash Derek to kill the Prime Minister of Malaysia. Directed by Ben Stiller. With Jerry Stiller, David Duchovny, Milla Jovovich and Jon Voight. Categories: Comedy. Year: 2001.
Owen Wilson in Zoolander
Greg Focker (Ben Stiller) plans to ask his girlfriend (Teri Polo) to marry him. But, first, Greg will have to win over her ultra-protective father (Robert De Niro) during his first visit to the family home. Greg, a male nurse, is eager to please, but impressing a former CIA agent is anything but easy. Of course, everything that can go wrong does, including the disappearance of the family's beloved and talented cat. Directed by Jay Roach. With Blythe Danner and Owen Wilson. Categories: Comedy. Year: 2000.
Owen Wilson in Meet the Parents
When a Chinese princess (Lucy Liu) is kidnapped in the Old West, a warrior (Jackie Chan), is sent to find her. Owen Wilson plays a train robber who becomes the warrior's unlikely partner in the search. Cultural and language differences between the two rescuers make for a lot of comic moments and there is also a great deal of martial-arts action. Directed by Tom Dey. With Xander Berkeley. Categories: Action, Adventure, Comedy, Western. Year: 2000.
Owen Wilson in Shanghai Noon
A shuttle disaster in outer space alerts NASA to an unthinkable danger: an asteroid the size of Texas is on a collision course with Earth. In a desperate attempt for survival, NASA calls on the world's best deepcore driller, Harry Stamper (Bruce Willis), and his team (Ben Affleck, Will Patton, Michael Clarke Duncan and Owen Wilson) to detonate a nuclear device deep within the asteroid and destroy it before it reaches Earth. Directed by Michael Bay. With Billy Bob Thornton, Liv Tyler, Steve Buscemi, Peter Stormare and William Fichtner. Categories: Action, Sci-Fi, Thriller. Year: 1998.
Owen Wilson in Armageddon
Jerry Stahl (Ben Stiller) chronicles his rise and fall as a television writer in Los Angeles for Kitty (Maria Bello), a woman he meets while he is in rehab. From a bed in a cheap motel, Jerry tells a darkly comedic tale of self-inflicted mental, emotional and physical pain. Directed by David Veloz. With Owen Wilson, Elizabeth Hurley, Janeane Garofalo and Fred Willard. Categories: Comedy, Drama, Romance. Year: 1998.
Owen Wilson in Permanent Midnight
Max Fischer's (Jason Schwartzman) entire world revolves around Rushmore, a private school where he sacrifices his studies to engage in an incredible range of extracurricular activities. After learning that his failing grades will most certainly lead to him losing his scholarship, Max's life is further complicated when he falls for Miss Cross (Olivia Williams), a beautiful elementary school teacher. Seeking the help of local industrialist Herman Blume (Bill Murray), Max sets out to keep his place at Rushmore and woo his new love, only to have everything come crashing down around him. Directed by Wes Anderson. With Seymour Cassel, Brian Cox, Luke Wilson, Connie Nielsen and Sara Tanaka. Categories: Cult Classics, Comedy, Drama. Year: 1998.
Owen Wilson in Rushmore
Dignan (Owen Wilson) dreams of being an accomplished career criminal. Anthony (Luke Wilson) is trying to put his life back together after a severe bout of exhaustion. Bob (Robert Musgrave) has a car. After a successful bookstore robbery, everything seems to be going according to Dignan's master plan until the three friends hideout at a roadside motel. After a day on the lam, Bob has to go home and Anthony falls in love with the housekeeper. Dignan will have to work fast if he is to impress Mr. Henry (James Caan) and pull off the job of a lifetime. Directed by Wes Anderson. With Lumi Cavazos. Categories: Comedy, Crime, Romance. Year: 1996
Owen Wilson in Bottle Rocket