Julianne Potter (Julia Roberts) has been best friends with Michael O'Neal (Dermot Mulroney) for years, but finds herself unexpectedly jealous when he announces his plans to marry the seeminly flawless Kimberly Wallace (Cameron Diaz). Desperate to stop the ceremony at any cost, Julianne hatches a plan with her boss George (Rupert Everett) to win Michael back and ensure their happy future together with Kimberly out of the picture. Directed by P.J. Hogan. With Philip Bosco, Susan Sullivan and Christopher Masterson. Categories: Comedy, Romance. Year: 1997.
Philip Bosco in My Best Friend's Wedding
After learning that her rich father (Steve Guttenberg) plans to marry a self absorbed gold-digger (Jane Sibbett), Alyssa Callaway (Ashley Olsen) runs away from home and bumps into Amanda Lemmon (Mary-Kate Olsen), a street-smart orphan who's about to be adopted by a family she doesn't like. Discovering that they look exactly alike, the girls concoct a plan to switch places and unite Amanda's caseworker (Kirstie Alley) with Alyssa's father before he goes through with his upcoming marriage and Amanda's adoption is finalized. Directed by Andy Tennant. With Philip Bosco. Categories: Comedy, Romance, Drama, Family. Year: 1995.
Philip Bosco in It Takes Two
Documentarian Ken Burns delves into the rich history of America's pastime. Using old-time photos and illustrations depicting the game's early years and newsreels and video clips to highlight more recent developments, Burns shows the impact the sport has had on the nation and how it has changed over the years. Players and participants speak in their own words, and sports writers and broadcasters offer commentary on the sport and events they witnessed. With Bob Costas, Billy Crystal and George Plimpton. Categories: Documentary, History, Sports. Year: 1994.
Philip Bosco in Baseball
Documentarian Ken Burns provides a comprehensive survey of the American Civil War using over 16,000 archival photographs, paintings, and newspaper images from the time of the war intermixed with music, narration, anecdotes and insights from historians such as Shelby Foote, and quotes from historic figures, such as Abraham Lincoln, Ulysses S. Grant, Walt Whitman, and Frederick Douglass. Categories: Documentary, History, War. Year: 1990.
Philip Bosco in The Civil War