The worst coach in history, Lambeau Fields (David Koechner), guides a rag-tag college football team toward the championship. An incompetent loser of epic proportions, Fields is convinced by fellow coach Freddie Wiseman (Carl Weathers) to return to the field for one last shot. Moving his wife (Melora Hardin) and children to Texas, Fields does his best to inspire a misfit collection of players and save his relationship with his family. Directed by Tom Brady. With Matthew Lawrence, Jermaine Williams, Noureen DeWulf and Jackie Long. Categories: Comedy, Sports. Year: 2007.
Tom Brady in The Comebacks
Jessica (Rachel McAdams), is a gorgeous but mean-spirited teen. Clive (Rob Schneider) is a career criminal. Due to a supernatural turn of events, the two switch bodies. Jessica is horrified and wants to get her body back as soon as possible. Clive is actually delighted with his new looks, which he can use to pull off a series of heists. Jessica's friend (Anna Faris) is the only one who knows their body-switch secret, but can she help them switch back? Directed by Tom Brady. Categories: Comedy, Fantasy. Year: 2002.
Tom Brady in The Hot Chick
Marvin (Rob Schneider) dreams of becoming a heroic cop, but he just doesn't have what it takes. His fortunes change when he's critically injured in a car accident and Dr. Wilder (Michael Caton), a deranged scientist, rebuilds Marvin from the inside out using animal organs. At first, Marvin's new body gives him remarkable new abilities, allowing him to gain the instant fame he's always wished for. But, when his animal instincts begin to take over at all the wrong times, Marvin struggles to keep his mind on his duties and maintain his relationship with his new love, Rianna (Colleen Haskell). Directed by: Luke Greenfield. With John C. McGinley and Edward Asner. Category: Comedy. Year: 2001.
Tom Brady in The Animal