Directed by Neil LaBute. With Zoe Saldana, Martin Lawrence, Chris Rock, Loretta Devine, Tracy Morgan, Peter Dinklage, Columbus Short, Danny Glover, Luke Wilson and James Marsden. Categories: Comedy. Year: 2010.
Tracy Morgan in Death at a Funeral
This classic children's story has been turned into a full-length animated cartoon. It tells the story of a kid determined to become an inventor, who grows up and discovers a way to turn water into food. This means that every time it rains, mouth-watering delicacies pour down onto the earth. Children delight in being covered in spaghetti and jumping onto giant pancakes. Bill Hader provides the voice of Flint, the inventor, while Anna Faris is Sam, the girl he is trying to impress. Directed by Chris Miller. With Bruce Campbell and Mr. T. Categories: Animation, Family. Year: 2009.
Tracy Morgan in Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs
This is the movie that asks the question: What would it be like if the government were able to train guinea pigs to be secret agents? Penélope Cruz, Sam Rockwell, Nicolas Cage and others provide the voices for a group of high-IQ talking computer-generated guinea pigs that are specially trained to save humanity from a villain's plot to take over the world. The movie is in a 3-D digital format. Directed by Hoyt Yeatman. With Tracy Morgan, Will Arnett, Bill Nighy, and Zach Galifianakis and. Categories: Action, Adventure, Comedy, Fantasy. Year: 2009.
Tracy Morgan in G-Force
In this spoof of the superhero genre, high school loser Rick Riker (Drake Bell) is bitten by a mutated dragonfly and transformed into a super-strong crime fighter with armored skin and an uncomforatble costume. As "The Dragonfly" attempts to put a stop to the dastardly plans of the supervillian "The Hourglass" (Christopher McDonald), he runs into situations which parody the biggest superhero blockbusters of the last decade. Directed by Craig Mazin. With Leslie Nielsen, Kevin Hart and Marion Ross. Categories: Action, Comedy. Year: 2008.
Tracy Morgan in Superhero Movie
After a drunken high speed police chase, former NFL quarterback Paul Crewe (Adam Sandler) finds himself behind bars. Offered a shortened sentence by football obsessed Warden Hazen (James Cromwell), Crewe is tasked with putting together a team of convicts for a rigged game against the prison guards. With help from a well-connected prisoner named Caretaker (Chris Rock) and aging legend Nate Scarborough (Burt Reynolds) as coach, Crewe ends up connecting with his teammates and begins to rethink throwing the game. Directed by Peter Segal. With Nelly, Terry Crews, David Patrick Kelly, Tracy Morgan, William Fichtner, Allen Covert, Rob Schneider and Courteney Cox. Categories: Comedy, Sports. Year: 2005.
Tracy Morgan in The Longest Yard
After being barred from their favorite hangout spot, foul-mouthed drug dealer Jay (Jason Mewes) and his best friend Silent Bob (Kevin Smith) come up against another injustice when they discover that a major movie studio is making a film based on their alter egos, Bluntman and Chronic. After their friend Brodie (Jason Lee) breaks the news, Jay and Silent Bob set off from New Jersey to Hollywood, hoping to stop production and receive a huge settlement from film producer Holden McNeil (Ben Affleck). During the colorful duo's eventful road trip, they learn the rules of the road from a hitchhiker (George Carlin), meet a gang of gorgeous jewel thieves and have to deal with an inept Federal Wildlife Marshall (Will Ferrell) after they liberate an orangutan. Directed by Kevin Smith. With Shannon Elizabeth, Eliza Dushku, Ali Larter, Carrie Fisher, Seann William Scott, Jon Stewart and Tracy Morgan. Categories: Adventure, Comedy. Year: 2001.
Tracy Morgan in Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back