Meryl Streep plays a woman torn between her ex-husband (Alec Baldwin), who is now married to a younger woman (Lake Bell), and a close male friend (Steve Martin). Her grown children are confused over the possibility that their parents may reunite, but her ex's current wife is determined to stay with him and have a child. Directed by Nancy Meyers. Categories: Comedy, Romance. Year: 2009.
Steve Martin in It's Complicated
Inspector Jacques Clouseau (Steve Martin), the bumbling French detective, returns in a new adventure. Teaming up with an equally inept squad on international law enforcement officers, Clouseau must stop a globe-trotting thief who specializes in stealing historical artifacts. Directed by Harald Zwart. With Jean Reno, Emily Mortimer, Andy Garcia, Yuki Matsuzaki, Alfred Molina, Aishwarya Rai and John Cleese. Categories: Comedy, Mystery, Crime. Year: 2009.
Steve Martin in The Pink Panther 2
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.
Steve Martin in Traitor
When faced with the murder of a famous soccer coach and the theft of the famous Pink Panther diamond, Chief Inspector Dreyfus (Kevin Kline) needs the best detective in France. But, since he's unavailable, the Chief will have to rely on the bumbling Inspector Jaques Clouseau (Steve Martin). As the incompetent Inspector investigates the case with the help of his partner, Ponton (Jean Reno), he manages to bungle every lead, but still manages to save the day. Directed by Shawn Levy. With Beyoncé Knowles, Henry Czerny and Emily Mortimer. Categories: Adventure, Comedy, Crime. Year: 2006.
Steve Martin in The Pink Panther
Tom (Steve Martin) and Kate Baker (Bonnie Hunt) travel with their twelve children on a vacation to the serene and picturesque Lake Winnetka. While the retreat is meant to be a time for relaxation and family bonding, it soon turns into a cutthroat competition between the Bakers and the over-achieving Murtaughs, headed by Tom's long-time rival, Jimmy (Eugene Levy). Directed by Adam Shankman. With Hilary Duff, Piper Perabo, Carmen Electra and Tom Welling. Categories: Adventure, Comedy, Family. Year: 2005.
Steve Martin in Cheaper by the Dozen 2
Mirabelle (Claire Danes), a plain, quiet young woman who works at a department store, finds the order of her mundane existence disrupted after meeting two very different men. Ray (Steve Martin) is a wealthy, well-spoken older man, and Jeremy (Jason Schwartzman) is an immature, socially awkward twentysomething without a penny to his name. Used to being alone, Mirabelle must make a choice between the two men as she struggles with her new life in Los Angeles. Directed by Anand Tucker. With Bridgette Wilson, Sam Bottoms and Frances Conroy. Categories: Drama, Romance, Based on a Novel. Year: 2005.
Steve Martin in Shopgirl
When straight-laced attorney Peter Sanderson (Steve Martin) learns that the woman he met on the internet, Charlene Morton (Queen Latifah), is a prison escapee and not the Ivy League-educated attorney he imagined, he has no idea what to do. While Sanderson intially does not want to help Charlene clear her name, her lively personality and unorthodox but successful methods of relating to Sanderson's estranged children (Kimberly J. Brown and Angus T. Jones) change his mind and warm his heart. Directed by Adam Shankman. With Jean Smart, Missi Pyle and Eugene Levy. Category: Comedy. Year: 2003.
Steve Martin in Bringing Down the House
Tom (Steve Martin) and Kate Baker (Bonnie Hunt) have been blessed with 12 children. When Kate leaves to promote her new book, Tom is left to look after their large brood. With his new job coaching football at his alma mater, Tom is forced to apply new and interesting parenting techniques. Directed by Shawn Levy. With Piper Perabo, Tom Welling, Hilary Duff and Ashton Kutcher. Categories: Comedy, Drama, Family. Year: 2003.
Steve Martin in Cheaper by the Dozen
The Buckmans are America's typical suburban family. Together, Gil (Steve Martin) and Helen (Mary Steenburgen) suffer through all the joys of parenthood: the wacky relatives, money troubles, baseball practice, late night illnesses and rebellious teenagers. But, through it all, they remain a close family and never forget how important it is to be thankful for what you have. Directed by Ron Howard. With Dianne Wiest, Dennis Dugan, Rick Moranis and Keanu Reeves. Categories: Comedy, Drama. Year: 1989.
Steve Martin in Parenthood
Lawrence (Michael Caine) and Freddy (Steve Martin) are two con men with drastically different styles. While Lawrence is suave and sophisticated, Freddy is brash and uncultured. Meeting in the French Riviera, Freddy initially convinces Lawrence to teach him the tricks of the trade, but, before long, Lawrence grows tired of Freddy's annoying antics and works out a plan to get rid of him. Whoever is able to get $50,000 from a wealthy woman named Janet (Glenne Headly) wins, and the other has to leave town. Directed by Frank Oz. With Ian McDiarmid and Dana Ivey. Categories: Comedy, Crime. Year: 1988.
Steve Martin in Dirty Rotten Scoundrels