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Director (feature film)

1.
2.
Duplex (2003) as Director
In terms of living the American Dream, Alex and Nancy have it pretty good. They are a young, vibrant couple in New York City with bright futures ahead of them. But one thing is missing: a home of their own. When they find one, it comes with one feature they didn't expect--an upstairs tenant, Mrs. Connelly, who lives in a rent-controlled apartment, and who isn't quite as easy-going or frail as Alex and Nancy originally anticipated. As their blissful life begins to seriously fray around the edges, their dream home rapidly turns into a nightmare and they decide that they must get Mrs. Connelly out of their lives.
3.
Death to Smoochy (2002) as Director
About a man playing a Barney-type character, know as Smoochie for a children's program, who is targeted for assassination.
4.
Matilda (1996) as Director
Matilda is an extraordinary girl, a child of wondrous intelligence. Unfortunately, her neglectful and deeply stupid parents, Harry and Zinnia Wormwood, are too wrapped up in their own lives to care, or even to notice, that their daughter is a budding genius, in love with books and with learning. When the Wormwoods finally grant Matilda's wish to attend school, they bundle her off to Crunchem Hall, a bleak brick prison where students cower before the whip, hand and fist of principal Agatha Trunchbull. Amid Crunchem's darkness, Matilda finds a single light in warm-hearted Miss Honey, the first-grade teacher who recognizes the girl's remarkable skills--including a very special talent that allows the spirited girl to turn the tables on the wicked grown-ups in her world.
5.
Hoffa (1992) as Director
Film based on the life of union leader Jimmy Hoffa, until his dissapearance in 1975.
6.
War Of The Roses, The (1989) as Director
A couple feuds over control of their house after they separate.
7.
Throw Momma From The Train (1987) as Director
A man tries to get his creative writing teacher to kill his abusive mother.
8.
Ratings Game, The (1984) as Director
Diminutive Danny DeVito, as both actor and director, skewers television, the ratings system, big business and anything else that gets in the way in this first movie-for-television made for The Movie Channel, playing New Jersey trucking magnate Vic DeSalvo, who breaks into television by having the worst idea ever to come down the pike accepted by a disgruntled, just-fired TV progamming chief. The neophyte's script becomes the biggest hit in television history and Vic DeSalvo becomes the industry's darling.

Cast (feature film)

9.
Dr. Seuss' The Lorax (2012)
Despite warnings from the tree-loving Lorax, a greedy entrepreneur strips a forest of its stock of Truffula trees to manufacture clothing.
11.
Hotel Noir (2012)
Set in 1950s Los Angeles, while a detective hides out from assassins in a downtown hotel, he meets a variety of characters escaping from troubled pasts of their own.
12.
Girl Walks Into a Bar (2011)
Ten interconnected vignettes involving a group of apparent strangers in ten different bars throughout Los Angeles.
13.
When in Rome (2010)
A cynical young woman travels to Rome and defiantly plucks coins from a fountain of love, magically igniting the passion of the men who threw them in. When a charming reporter pursues her with equal zest, she is unsure if his love is the real thing.
14.
Housebroken (2010)
A former fireman's plans for a quiet retirement are squelched by his unemployed sons who still live at home.
15.
Solitary Man (2009)
After personal scandal costs a once successful car dealer his business and his marriage, he's offered a second chance at life. First, however, he must take his girlfriend's daughter on a prospective college visit.
16.
Guest of Cindy Sherman (2008)
Documentary filmmaker and art-scene commentator Paul Hasegawa-Overacker analyzes his relationship with reclusive photographer Cindy Sherman.
17.
Just Add Water (2008)
Ray Tuckby is a hapless married man, with a dead-end life in a dead-end town. After he is encouraged by a stranger, he begins to dream again and musters the nerve to take back his life and reinvigorate his town.
18.
Relative Strangers (2007)
An uptight professional sets out to meet his biological parents only to discover that they are from the wrong side of the trailer park.
19.
Nobel Son (2007)
Barkley Michaelson is in a deep life rut. He's struggling to finish his PHD thesis when his father, the learned Eli Michaelson, wins the Nobel Prize for Chemistry. Barkley and his mother, Sarah, a renowned forensic psychiatrist, now have the ill-fortune of living with a man-eating monster whose phil
20.
Good Night, The (2007)
Gary, a once successful musician, struggles with his career and an inert relationship with his girlfriend Dora. As his work as a commercial jingle writer spirals into ever more degrading depths, his best friend and former band mate Paul seems to find success at every turn. Gary is depressed and deje
21.
Reno 911: Miami (2007)
The officers of the Reno police department visit a national police convention in Miami Beach. When the convention center is bio-attacked, it's up to Reno's "finest" to save the day.
22.
Even Money (2006)
Carolyn Carver is a writer with a gambling addiction that threatens to destroy her marriage and family. She meets a washed-up magician who promises that he can help. Meanwhile, Godfrey Snow is a star college basketball player who shaves points to help his brother, Clyde, get even. A small-time booki
23.
Oh in Ohio, The (2006)
Priscilla Chase, a young Cleveland woman, seems to have it all--the perfect job, the perfect house, the perfect husband--except for in bed, where sex has always left her a bit short of the finish line. When the problem drives her husband to leave her suddenly for one of his high school students, Pri
24.
Deck The Halls (2006)
Two neighbors in a small New England town collide when one decides to decorate his house for the holidays so brightly that it can be seen from space.
25.
10 Items Or Less (2006)
A Hollywood icon finds himself riding around Los Angeles in a beat up Gremlin with a young female check out clerk from Carson. He's a long way from Brentwood but what looks like just another celebrity scandal reveals an unexpected friendship that will leave a lifelong impression. Once the center of
26.
Be Cool (2005) as Martin Weir
Streetwise mobster-turned-movie producer Chili Palmer is back, but this time Chili has abandoned the fickle movie industry and veered into the music business, tangling with Russian mobsters and gangsta rappers and taking a talented, feisty young singer named Linda Moon under his wing. From the recor
27.
Marilyn Hotchkiss' Ballroom Dancing & Charm School (2005)
Frank has been consumed by grief over his wife's death. But everything changes when he pulls over on a rural highway to help a dying stranger entangled in a car wreck. En route to fulfill a forty-year promise to his childhood sweetheart, the stranger shares a compelling tale of adolescent love rep
28.
Christmas in Love (2004)
A woman who is dating an older man questions her middle-aged father's relationship with a young model.
29.
Anything Else (2003) as Harvey
Jerry Falk is an aspiring writer in New York, who falls in love at first sight with a free-spirited young woman named Amanda. Jerry has heard the phrase that life is like "anything else," but he soon finds that life with the unpredictable Amanda isn't like anything else at all.
30.
Big Fish (2003) as Amos Calloway
A son comes to understand his dead father, by reconstructing the man's life though a collection of stories.
31.
Death to Smoochy (2002) as Burke Bennett
About a man playing a Barney-type character, know as Smoochie for a children's program, who is targeted for assassination.
32.
Austin Powers in Goldmember (2002) as Cameo
It's been three years since Austin Powers, that swinging international man of mystery, has faced his arch-nemesis, Dr. Evil. But after Dr. Evil and his accomplice Mini Me escape from a maximum-security prison, Austin is called to action once more in this third installment of the highly successful "Austin Powers" movie franchise. Teaming up with the mysterious Goldmember, Dr. Evil hatches a time-traveling scheme to take over the world, one that involves the kidnapping of Nigel Powers, Austin's beloved father and England's most renowned spy. As he chases the villains through time, Austin visits 1975 and joins forces with his old flame, Foxxy Cleopatra, a streetwise and stylish detective. Together Austin and Foxxy must find a way to save Nigel and stop Dr. Evil and Goldmember from their mischievous mayhem.
33.
Heist (2001) as Mickey Bergman
A gang of jewel thieves come together to pull of the biggest heist of their lives.
34.
What's the Worst That Could Happen? (2001) as Max Fairbanks
Max Fairbanks is a very wealthy, powerful man who has built an incredibly successful business empire by being ruthless. Kevin Caffrey is a sophisticated procurer of other people's possessions. An accidental meeting brings the two men together and in a simple moment their fates are sealed. When Max catches Kevin during an attempted robbery at his beachside mansion, he steals Kevin's lucky ring in retaliation, claiming it as his own. Because the ring is his girlfriend's, Kevin is furious and vows to stop at nothing to get it back.
35.
Screwed (2000) as Grover Cleaver
A chauffer kidnaps a rich lady's dog to hold for ransom, but the lady thinks it's the chauffer who has been kidnapped.
36.
Drowning Mona (2000) as Chief Rash
Somewhat north of Manhattan lies the quiet little town of Verplanck, New York. Nothing really exciting happens there but that isn't to say that life in Verplanck is boring. For one thing, the automobile of choice is the Yugo. For another, there seem to be more landscapers than land. But strangest of
37.
Virgin Suicides, The (1999) as Dr Hornicker
Five sisters search for romance until they decide to commit suicide.
38.
Man on the Moon (1999) as George Shapiro
The story of Andy Kaufman, the comic genius who knew no boundaries.
39.
Living out Loud (1998) as Pat
A film about New York state of mind which chronicles the life of Judith Nelson, a woman who has lived the life of a wealthy, Fifth Avenue doctor's wife. But after her husband abandons her for a younger woman, Judith is left to reconcile the silence of her plush Co-op--a silence filled with memories and frustrations. When her isolation is interrupted by a chance, fleeting romantic encounter, Judith sees the world through new eyes. Refreshed with the possibilities of a new life, she befriends her building elevator operator, Pat--a familiar yet nameless face--and she discovers he, too, has a life filled with loss and dreams beyond this invisible daily job. Together, they confide in and console each other.
40.
Hercules (1997) as Voice Of Phil
The story of the half man half god hero, Hercules, and his battles with the Titans and Hades.
41.
L.A. Confidential (1997) as Sid Hudgens
Detectives clash while investigating political corruption.
42.
John Grisham's The Rainmaker (1997) as Deck Shifflet
Matt Damon is a small-time lawyer going up against the big boys in this adaptation of John Grisham's bestselling novel. What Rudy Baylor (Damon) lacks in courtroom experience he possesses in conscience, taking on the case of a leukemia victim suing his insurance company for fraud -- even if it means going head to head with a vicious team of lawyers led by the intimidating Leo Drummond (Jon Voight). Special Collector's Edition includes commentary from director Francis Ford Coppola and co-star Danny DeVito, plus deleted scenes and more.
43.
Space Jam (1996) as Voice Of Swackhammer
The Nerdlucks, a grouchy gang of tiny space creatures, have been dispatched by their boss, the ruthless, belligerent Swackhammer, to kidnap Bugs Bunny and his Looney Tunes cohorts and export them to Moron Mountain, Swackhammer's failing theme park on the Nerdluck's boring planet. Bugs challenges the small, weak aliens to a fateful basketball tournament: if the Looney Tunes win, they'll remain on Earth. But if the aliens win, Bugs and company are headed into the hands of Swackhammer. Then Bugs discovers the Nerdlucks' ability to instantly "absorb" new skills--an ability that lets them siphon basketball talent from the likes of NBA stars Charles Barkley, Patrick Ewing, and Larry Johnson, turning the Nerdlucks into the powerful, speedy, unprincipled and monstrously gifted Monstars! Bugs knows he needs some serious help. But where can he go? Basketball's best players are all having their skills "absorbed" by the aliens. Of course, there's a baseball player he happens to know...
44.
Mars Attacks! (1996) as Rude Gambler
Martians invade earth in this spoof of the 1950-60s sci-fi genre.
45.
Matilda (1996) as Harry Wormwood
Matilda is an extraordinary girl, a child of wondrous intelligence. Unfortunately, her neglectful and deeply stupid parents, Harry and Zinnia Wormwood, are too wrapped up in their own lives to care, or even to notice, that their daughter is a budding genius, in love with books and with learning. When the Wormwoods finally grant Matilda's wish to attend school, they bundle her off to Crunchem Hall, a bleak brick prison where students cower before the whip, hand and fist of principal Agatha Trunchbull. Amid Crunchem's darkness, Matilda finds a single light in warm-hearted Miss Honey, the first-grade teacher who recognizes the girl's remarkable skills--including a very special talent that allows the spirited girl to turn the tables on the wicked grown-ups in her world.
46.
Get Shorty (1995) as Martin Weir
Chili Palmer is a Miami loanshark who's sent to Los Angeles to collect on a gambling debt from film producer Harry Zimm. Harry's luck may have changed though; Chili is a big movie fan--even of the B-movie screamers that Harry churns out. Instead of breaking Harry's legs, Chili figures--what the hell
47.
Renaissance Man (1994) as Bill Rago
An unemployed civilian advertising executive lands a teaching job with the Army, and soon discovers that his radical teaching philosophy doesn't please his rigid military superiors.
48.
Junior (1994) as Dr Larry Arbogast
A dedicated research scientist gets much more than he bargained for when an enterprising gynecologist persuades him to become the first human test subject for a wonder drug that ensures healthy pregnancies.
49.
Felony (1994) as Extra
A TV cameraman draws unwanted attention from the CIA when he catches a drug bust on video.
50.
Look Who's Talking Now (1993) as Voice Of Rocks
In this third installment we find James working as an airline pilot and Mollie without a job. The family dogs are the ones doing the talking here.
51.
Jack the Bear (1993) as John Leary
Story of the relationships between two sons and their father, who moves the family to California and becomes a tv horror show host after the death of his wife.
52.
Hoffa (1992) as Bobby Ciaro
Film based on the life of union leader Jimmy Hoffa, until his dissapearance in 1975.
53.
Big Kahuna, The (1992) as Phil
Three industrial lubricant salesmen at a convention must put their trust in a new sales rep as they pursue the ultimate sale.
54.
Batman Returns (1992) as The Penguin/Oswald Cobblepot
Batman's fight against The Penguin is complicated by the appearance of Catwoman.
55.
Other People's Money (1991) as Lawrence Garfield
Story of a Wall Street magnate who tries to take over a small New England company.
56.
War Of The Roses, The (1989) as Gavin D'Amato
A couple feuds over control of their house after they separate.
57.
Twins (1988) as Vincent Benedict
Six men combine their sperm in order for a beautiful woman to give birth to a superior infant. However, when two boys are born, they are separated at birth, and do not meet again until they are adults.
58.
Tin Men (1987) as Tilley
Two competing aluminum-siding salesmen try to outsmart each other in the name of revenge.
59.
Throw Momma From The Train (1987) as Owen
A man tries to get his creative writing teacher to kill his abusive mother.
60.
My Little Pony (1986) as Voice Of Grundle King
The Little Ponies are preparing their annual spring festival at Dream Castle, but over at the Volcano of Gloom, evil witch Hydia and her daughters Draggle and Reeka are plotting to spoil the event. After the witches make a disgusting purple ooze which begins to bury Ponyland, the ponys call upon all
61.
Ruthless People (1986) as Sam Stone
Sam Kessler is a ruthless, wealthy man and his wife Barbara is an obnoxious, spoiled woman. Ken and Sandy Kessler have been cheated by Sam and decide to kidnap Barbara and hold her for ransom to even the score. But Sam is happy to be rid his wife and refuses to pay, and when they threaten to kill her he celebrates. So the Kesslers have to find a different way to get their revenge against Sam.
62.
Head Office (1986) as Stedman
63.
Wise Guys (1986) as Harry Valentini
A pair of low rent mobsters from New Jersey, who are best friends, get in trouble when a gangland boss order the duo to kill each other and neither one can bring himself to the dirty deed.
64.
Jewel of the Nile (1985) as Ralph
An adventurer comes to the aid of a romance novelist kidnapped by an Arab potentate.
65.
Romancing the Stone (1984) as Ralph
A repressed romance novelist travels to Colombia to uncover the mystery behind her sister's disappearance. Once there, she meets up with a rough-and-tumble American adventurer whom she hires to help her in her search. The two embark on an adventure involving a valuable gem and some dastardly villians, but a budding love affair is not far behind.
66.
Johnny Dangerously (1984) as Burr
67.
Ratings Game, The (1984) as Vic Desalvo
Diminutive Danny DeVito, as both actor and director, skewers television, the ratings system, big business and anything else that gets in the way in this first movie-for-television made for The Movie Channel, playing New Jersey trucking magnate Vic DeSalvo, who breaks into television by having the worst idea ever to come down the pike accepted by a disgruntled, just-fired TV progamming chief. The neophyte's script becomes the biggest hit in television history and Vic DeSalvo becomes the industry's darling.
68.
Terms Of Endearment (1983) as Vernon Dahlart
A mother-daughter relationship survives years of rivalry and romantic problems.
69.
Going Ape! (1981) as Lazlo
When circus owner Max Sabatini dies, he leaves five million dollars to his son Foster. But there is a catch. To get the money, Foster has to take care of Max's three orangutans for a minimum of five years. This stipulation proves to be too much for Foster's girlfriend Cynthia who lives with him, and her mother seizes the opportunity to convince her to move out. In addition to this problem, the Zoological Society, who will get the money if Foster fails, sends some mobsters to cause him even more trouble.
70.
Valentine (1979) as Dewey
Mary Martin made her TV-movie debut and her first dramatic appearance on television in nineteen years as a feisty widow who falls in love with a zestful widower in a retirement community, much to the disapproval of her married daughter. She and Albertson get the opportunity to sing several songs --
71.
Goin' South (1978) as Clyde/Hog
A horse thief escapes hanging by marrying a proper woman who expects him to work her gold mine.
72.
World's Greatest Lover, The (1977) as Assistant Director
Rudy Valentine is a baker in 1920s Milwaukee. After entering a Hollywood talent search for the new Rudolph Valentino, Rudy and his wife Annie go out to Hollywood where they hope he will get a screen test. But once there, Annie falls in love with the real Valentino. Jealous of the romantic star, Rudy
73.
Van, The (1977)
A shy teenager buys a Chevy van so that he can impress girls enough to pick them up and have a place to seduce them.
74.
One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest (1975) as Martini
A small-time criminal fakes insanity in hopes of doing easy time in a mental hospital.
75.
Scalawag (1973) as Fly Speck
A pirate is relying on the memory of a drunken parrot to find when a valuable treasure is hidden. Eventually, he is aided by two young men who help him face his mutinous crew, hostile natives, and dangerous terrain.
76.
Hurry Up, or I'll Be 30 (1973) as Petey
Brooklyn man George Trapani works at a boring job in his father's print shop and has no luck with women. He is about to turn thirty and is having an identity crisis. Dissatisfied with pretty much every aspect of his life, George decides to make some changes and begins pursue a serious relationship
77.
Lady Liberty (1972)
). Sophia Loren, William Devane, Luigi Proietti, Beeson Carroll, Danny Devito, David Doyle, Bill Deprato, Richard Libertini, Edward Hermann. Sophia Loren plays an Italian immigrant who causes an international incident when she tries to bring a large Mortadella sausage through customs as a gift for her fiancee. Look for Susan Sarandon and Warhol superstar Candy Darling in bit roles.

Producer (feature film)

78.
Walk Among the Tombstones, A (2014)
A former New York City cop turned private investigator is hired by a heroin kingpin to find out who murdered his wife.
79.
Just Add Water (2008)
Ray Tuckby is a hapless married man, with a dead-end life in a dead-end town. After he is encouraged by a stranger, he begins to dream again and musters the nerve to take back his life and reinvigorate his town.
80.
Relative Strangers (2007)
An uptight professional sets out to meet his biological parents only to discover that they are from the wrong side of the trailer park.
81.
Freedom Writers (2007)
Fresh-faced, idealistic twenty-three-year-old Erin Gruwell is ready to take on the world as she steps inside Wilson High School for her first day of teaching. Her class, a diverse group of racially charged teenagers from different walks of life--African Americans, Latinos, Asians, juvenile delinquents, gang members, and underprivileged students from poor neighborhoods--hope for nothing more than to make it through the day. On the surface, the only thing they share is their hatred for each other and the understanding that they are simply being warehoused in the educational system until they are old enough to disappear. Despite her students' obstinate refusal to participate during class, Erin tries various means to engage them on a daily basis. But then ghetto reality steps in to focus the picture. A racially motivated gang shooting witnessed by a Latina gang member in Erin's class, and an ugly racial cartoon that Erin intercepts during class, become the most unwittingly dynamic teaching aids. They spark a transformation in the classroom, compel them to listen and force her to take off her idealistic blinders and take in the kids' survival stories of their undeclared war on the streets. Erin begins to connect with them. She brings in music from the 'Hood, and literature from another kind of ghetto, The Diary of Anne Frank, and with these simple tools she opens her students' eyes to the experiences of those suffering intolerance throughout the world and the struggles of those outside their own communities. Knowing that every one of her students has a story to tell, Erin encourages them to keep a daily journal of their thoughts and experiences. After sharing their stories with one another, the students see their shared experience for the first time and open up to the idea that there are possibilities in life outside of making it to the age of eighteen.
82.
Reno 911: Miami (2007)
The officers of the Reno police department visit a national police convention in Miami Beach. When the convention center is bio-attacked, it's up to Reno's "finest" to save the day.
83.
Even Money (2006)
Carolyn Carver is a writer with a gambling addiction that threatens to destroy her marriage and family. She meets a washed-up magician who promises that he can help. Meanwhile, Godfrey Snow is a star college basketball player who shaves points to help his brother, Clyde, get even. A small-time booki
84.
Be Cool (2005) as Producer
Streetwise mobster-turned-movie producer Chili Palmer is back, but this time Chili has abandoned the fickle movie industry and veered into the music business, tangling with Russian mobsters and gangsta rappers and taking a talented, feisty young singer named Linda Moon under his wing. From the recor
85.
Garden State (2004) as Executive Producer
Andrew Largeman shuffled through life in a lithium-induced coma until his mother's death inspired a vacation from the pills to see what might happen. A moderately successful TV actor living in Los Angeles, "Large" hasn't been home to the "Garden State" in nine years. But even with 3,000 miles betwee
86.
Along Came Polly (2004) as Producer
Risk-averse Reuben Feffer, whose best-laid plans for life and love careen wildly off-track when his bride dumps him on their honeymoon for a muscle-bound scuba instructor. Stunned, humiliated and in the grip of acute indigestion, Reuben plans to play it safer than ever. But a chance adventure with an adventure-craving childhood friend named Polly, shoots him into a whirlwind of extreme sports, spicy foods, ferrets, salsa dancing and living in the moment.
87.
Camp (2003) as Producer
When the kids on a packed bus heading to the country are belting Sondheim tunes, you know Camp Ovation is different. It is a place where talented young people can get away from their everyday lives and be themselves without apologies. Long summer days at Camp Ovation are ripe with life lessons, roma
88.
How High (2001) as Producer
About two guys who's pot smoking habits increase their intelligence to the point where they get accepted into Harvard University. When school starts, they run out of pot and must now rely on their natural intelligence to get through the s
89.
Caveman's Valentine (2001) as Producer
A brilliant, homeless jazz musician tracks down the killer of a homeless boy in order to bring him to justice.
90.
Drowning Mona (2000) as Executive Producer
Somewhat north of Manhattan lies the quiet little town of Verplanck, New York. Nothing really exciting happens there but that isn't to say that life in Verplanck is boring. For one thing, the automobile of choice is the Yugo. For another, there seem to be more landscapers than land. But strangest of
91.
Man on the Moon (1999) as Producer
The story of Andy Kaufman, the comic genius who knew no boundaries.
92.
Pentagon Wars, The (1998) as Executive Producer
Satiric look at the Pentagon, tells the true story of wild government spending focusing on the Pentagon's use of $14 billion of American taxpayers' money to fund a new troop carrier that they knew would never work. Air Force Colonel James Burton attempts to expose the waste, and at the same time, th
93.
Living out Loud (1998) as Producer
A film about New York state of mind which chronicles the life of Judith Nelson, a woman who has lived the life of a wealthy, Fifth Avenue doctor's wife. But after her husband abandons her for a younger woman, Judith is left to reconcile the silence of her plush Co-op--a silence filled with memories and frustrations. When her isolation is interrupted by a chance, fleeting romantic encounter, Judith sees the world through new eyes. Refreshed with the possibilities of a new life, she befriends her building elevator operator, Pat--a familiar yet nameless face--and she discovers he, too, has a life filled with loss and dreams beyond this invisible daily job. Together, they confide in and console each other.
94.
Out of Sight (1998) as Producer
A female U.S. Marshall is taken hostage during a prison break and falls in love with one of her captors. After she escapes her captors, Karen joins the manhunt team. But she keeps running into the diverting Jack, who is engaged in a diamond heist, the infamous 'one last job'. Soon each one must cons
95.
Gattaca (1997) as Producer
In the near future, where corporations screen their employees based on their genetic makeup, a man with a congenital heart condition tries to assume the identity of a former athlete with perfect genes in order to fulfill his dream of traveling in space.
96.
Sunset Park (1996) as Producer
The boys from Sunset Park High are gifted young basketball players with a dream of being the best... not of getting bossed around by the new--and female--coach. But Phyllis Saroka has other ideas. With no previous experience, the one thing Phyllis does know is that to be the best, the Sunset Park varsity basketball players will first have to learn teamwork. While Phyllis makes a connection with the team's star athlete Shorty and the energetic but misdirected Busy-Bee, she has a long way to go with the others--solitary, distrustful Butter; Spaceman, who tempers his emotions with drugs; Drano, who rejects Phyllis simply because everyone else does; angry and aggressive Andre; and Kurt, whose lack of motivation infects his whole life, including his game. By believing in this talented group of mixed-up kids, Phyllis helps take them to the city championships. In the process, coach and teammates alike manage to find their own particular talents, as well as their own ability to believe in themselves.
97.
Feeling Minnesota (1996) as Producer
An idiosyncratic, blackly comic tale which explores the tormented relationship between two brothers, Sam and Jjaks, and the young woman, Freddie, who comes between them. The story begins at the drab, unromantic wedding of Freddie and Sam, an embezzling accountant in a strip joint whom Freddie loathes. A tough young blonde who dreams of a better life in Las Vegas, Freddie is conned into marrying Sam as punishment for allegedly stealing from Red, a small time crime boss. Trapped and miserable, Freddie is soon intrigued by the arrival of Jjaks, who reluctantly comes to the wedding at the insistence of his mother, Nora. Just as he knew it would, Jjaks encounter with his estranged family quickly disintegrates into the usual frustrating mess. His connection with the forlorn Freddie, however, is immediate and intense and before he knows what's hit him, the two are making love in the bathroom. Thus begins a passionate and painful love triangle as Sam and Jjaks go head to head for the girl they love.
98.
Matilda (1996) as Producer
Matilda is an extraordinary girl, a child of wondrous intelligence. Unfortunately, her neglectful and deeply stupid parents, Harry and Zinnia Wormwood, are too wrapped up in their own lives to care, or even to notice, that their daughter is a budding genius, in love with books and with learning. When the Wormwoods finally grant Matilda's wish to attend school, they bundle her off to Crunchem Hall, a bleak brick prison where students cower before the whip, hand and fist of principal Agatha Trunchbull. Amid Crunchem's darkness, Matilda finds a single light in warm-hearted Miss Honey, the first-grade teacher who recognizes the girl's remarkable skills--including a very special talent that allows the spirited girl to turn the tables on the wicked grown-ups in her world.
99.
Get Shorty (1995) as Producer
Chili Palmer is a Miami loanshark who's sent to Los Angeles to collect on a gambling debt from film producer Harry Zimm. Harry's luck may have changed though; Chili is a big movie fan--even of the B-movie screamers that Harry churns out. Instead of breaking Harry's legs, Chili figures--what the hell
100.
8 Seconds (1994) as Executive Producer
Life story of bull-riding rodeo legend Lane Frost, who died in a rodeo at age 25, after being gored by a bull.
101.
Pulp Fiction (1994) as Executive Producer
An inside look at a memorable community of criminals. Prizefighter Butch Coolidge has decided to stop payment on a deal he's made with the devil. Honey Bunny and Pumpkin are a couple of young lovers and small time thieves who decide they need a change of venue. Meanwhile, two career criminals, Vince
102.
Reality Bites (1994) as Producer
A film student must choose between staying true to her art, or selling out; or choosing between a successful yuppie or a philosophical man.
103.
Hoffa (1992) as Producer
Film based on the life of union leader Jimmy Hoffa, until his dissapearance in 1975.

Music (feature film)

104.
Drowning Mona (2000) as Song Performer ("Lazy River")
Somewhat north of Manhattan lies the quiet little town of Verplanck, New York. Nothing really exciting happens there but that isn't to say that life in Verplanck is boring. For one thing, the automobile of choice is the Yugo. For another, there seem to be more landscapers than land. But strangest of
105.
Screwed (2000) as Song ("The Mymie Mymie Song")
A chauffer kidnaps a rich lady's dog to hold for ransom, but the lady thinks it's the chauffer who has been kidnapped.
106.
Living out Loud (1998) as Song Performer ("They Can'T Take That Away From Me")
A film about New York state of mind which chronicles the life of Judith Nelson, a woman who has lived the life of a wealthy, Fifth Avenue doctor's wife. But after her husband abandons her for a younger woman, Judith is left to reconcile the silence of her plush Co-op--a silence filled with memories and frustrations. When her isolation is interrupted by a chance, fleeting romantic encounter, Judith sees the world through new eyes. Refreshed with the possibilities of a new life, she befriends her building elevator operator, Pat--a familiar yet nameless face--and she discovers he, too, has a life filled with loss and dreams beyond this invisible daily job. Together, they confide in and console each other.

Special Thanks (feature film)

107.
Hedwig and the Angry Inch (2001) as Special Thanks
An East German boy survives betrayal, bad love and a botched sex-change operation to pursue his dreams of rock stardom.
108.
Filth and the Fury, The (2000) as Special Thanks
The Sex Pistols were in existence for only 26 months and recorded only one album, yet they changed the face of music forever. This is the story of the The Sex Pistols, charting their rise from the litter-stacked back streets of 70's London through their crucifixion by the British tabloids, canonisat

Director (special)

109.
Selling of Vince D'Angelo, The (1992) as Director
A comedy about a New Jersey mobster who runs for the U.S. Senate.

Cast (special)

110.
Boffo! Tinseltown's Bombs and Blockbusters (2006)
Documentary film takes a behind the scenes look at big Hollywood blockbusters, their development, production and their recipe for success. Zeitgeist films, such as "American Graffiti," the epic genre-films, such as "Birth of a Nation," and films made from a best-selling book, such as "The Godfather
111.
61st Annual Golden Globe Awards, The (2004) as Presenter
Live coverage of the 61st Annual Golden Globe awards honoring both film and television.
112.
TV Land Awards: A Celebration of Classic TV (2004) as Presenter
An award show that celebrates classic television.
113.
John Ritter Remembered (2003) as Interviewee
A look back on the life of comedic actor John Ritter through archival performance and interview footage.
114.
Reel Comedy: Death to Smoochy (2002)
Juston McKinney tracks down the stars of the Warner Bros. film "Death to Smoochy" to get their advice on how to make it big in children's television. However, the cast of the film exposes the host to the fact that kiddie TV is not the sweet, innocent business he thinks it is.
115.
What Is a Producer? (2001) as Interviewee
"Producer" is the most overused title in show business, but what does it really mean? What does a producer do? And most importantly, who deserves the credit? E! examines the difficulties and joys of producing television and film.
116.
Andy Kaufman's Really Big Show (1999) as Narration
Profile of the late comedian Andy Kaufman.
117.
Intimate Portrait: Marilu Henner (1999) as Interviewee
Profile of the life and career of actress Marilu Henner.
118.
Saturday Night Live: 25th Anniversary Primetime Special (1999)
A live broadcast of the 25th anniversary of "Saturday Night Live," featuring clips and highlights from previous seasons as well as appearances by former regulars and former guest hosts.
119.
Take A Moment (1998)
Special focusing on communication between parents and children and the ways in which television can help explore and enhance those relationships.
120.
Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (ATAS) 13th Annual Hall of Fame (1998)
Presentation of the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences' 13th Annual Hall of Fame ceremony from the Leonard H. Goldenson Theatre in North Hollywood, California, honoring and inducting individuals into the ATAS Hall of Fame who have made significant contributions to the television industry.
121.
40th Annual Grammy Awards, The (1998) as Presenter
Live presentation of the 40th annual Grammy Awards, honoring excellence in music.
122.
Movie Surfers: Go Inside Disney's "Hercules" (1997)
Documentary investigating facts on a web site about Walt Disney Studios' new animated feature, "Hercules." Includes interviews with composer Alan Menken and some of the feature's voice talent.
123.
Aliens Invade Hollywood (1997) as Interviewee
Special looks at Hollywood's depictions of aliens in films ranging from "The Blob" to "E.T." Features interviews with filmmakers, movie stars, scientists and skeptics. Footage from a variety of sci-fi films is also included.
124.
22nd Annual People's Choice Awards, The (1996) as Presenter
Live presentation of the 22nd annual People's Choice Awards, honoring entertainers in the fields of television, motion pictures and music, as determined by a special Gallup Poll.
125.
American Film Institute Salute to Steven Spielberg, The (1995)
Tribute to Steven Spielberg, the 23rd recipient of the American Film Institute's career achievement award.
126.
American Film Institute Salute to Jack Nicholson, The (1994)
A presentation of the American Film Institute Lifetime Achievement Award to actor Jack Nicholson.
127.
Best of Taxi (1994)
Highlights from the "Taxi" television series, which aired from 1978 to 1983. Also, original cast members reminisce.
128.
Sesame Street's All-Star 25th Birthday: Stars and Street Forever! (1994) as "Worm Tv" Veejay
A special celebrating the 25th birthday of the PBS series, "Sesame Street." Barbara Walters is featured as host of "25/25," a fictitious newsmagazine, which presents a report of what appears to be the end of the road for "Sesame Street."
130.
2nd Annual Saturday Night Live Mother's Day Special, The (1993)
A Mother's Day special featuring the Saturday Night Live ensemble with their real-life mothers as well as a compilation of sketches from the 1992-93 season.
131.
Selling of Vince D'Angelo, The (1992) as Vince D'Angelo
A comedy about a New Jersey mobster who runs for the U.S. Senate.
132.
Bat, the Cat and the Penguin, The (1992)
A behind-the-scenes look at the upcoming feature film, "Batman Returns." Includes footage from the film, as well as interviews with the stars.
133.
Rock the Vote (1992)
A special designed to get young people to register to vote.
134.
Back to School '92 (1992)
A special focusing on the education crisis in our country and how to solve it.
135.
Hollywood Hotshots (1992)
A preview of summer 1992 movies including clips from the films and interviews with actors.
136.
19th Annual American Film Institute Life Achievement Award: A Salute to Kirk Douglas, The (1991)
A broadcast in which the American Film Institute (AFI) presents its coveted Life Achievement Award to actor Kirk Douglas.
137.
Siskel & Ebert Special, The (1990)
A special hosted by film critics Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert, who examine the film industry through interviews with directors, actors, and other Hollywood personalities.
138.
Walt Disney Company Presents the American Teacher Awards, The (1990)
An awards presentation honoring exemplary American teachers.
139.
Sinatra 75: The Best Is Yet to Come (1990)
A special commemorating Frank Sinatra's 75th birthday. The musical tribute includes footage from a Society of Singers performance in Los Angeles and Sinatra's birthday concert from the Meadowlands' Brendan Byrne Arena in New Jersey.
140.
Time Warner Presents the Earth Day Special (1990)
A special in which prominent celebrities of film, television, sports, and music join together to publicize the global crisis of pollution, starvation, and resource shortage under the sponsorship of giant media conglomerate Time Warner.
141.
Two Daddies? (1989) as Voice Of George Johnson
An animated special about a young girl who must learn to accept her divorced mother's remarriage.
142.
Premiere Presents: Christmas Movies '89 (1989)
A special featuring highlights and celebrity interviews from major motion pictures released during the 1989 Christmas season. Movies highlighted include: "Back to the Future II," "She-Devil," "Tango and Cash" and "The War of the Roses."
143.
14th Annual People's Choice Awards, The (1988)
Live telecast of the People's Choice Awards from the Twentieth Century Fox Studios in Los Angeles, California. The ceremony honors America's favorite performers in the fields of television, motion pictures and music, as determined by a special Gallup Poll.
144.
40th Annual Emmy Awards, The (1988)
Live coverage of the 40th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards presentation from the Pasadena Civic Auditorium.
145.
Very Special Christmas Party, A (1988)
A holiday special based on last year's "A Very Special Christmas" record album, which raised money for the Special Olympics. Commemorating the twentieth anniversary of Special Olympics International, the program features celebrities and the athletes who compete in these events.
146.
Sesame Street, Special (1988)
A primetime "Sesame Street" special featuring an all-star cast of entertainers, athletes, newsmakers, and the regular cast of muppets and humans that inhabit the neighborhood.
147.
13th Annual People's Choice Awards, The (1987) as Presenter
Dick Van Dyke hosts the live telecast of the ceremony from Santa Monica, California, honoring winners in 21 categories. A special Gallup Poll determined the three top vote-getters in each category, and the public voted for anyone and was not restricted to a pre-determined list.
148.
Our Kids and the Best of Everything (1987)
A Father's Day special about the joys and tribulations of parenting. Guest celebrities and child-rearing experts offer various tips and advice.
149.
Joe Piscopo New Jersey Special, The (1986)
New Jersey-born Joe Piscopo's first network special, spotlighting his talents as an actor, musician, and impressionist.
150.
Happily Ever After (1985) as Voice Of George Johnson
An animated special about Molly Conway, a lovable, carefree child with a colorful imagination and one big problem. Her parents don't get along anymore and their situation seems irreconcilable. When they decide to divorce, Molly has her own plans to keep them together.
151.
All the Kids Do It (1984) as Used Car Salesman
Buddy Elder, a sixteen-year-old Olympic high-diving hopeful, learns not a moment too soon the painful consequences of driving under the influence of alcohol, and must choose between the demanding rigors of his twice-daily practice and the easy glory of being, with his hot car and beer-drinking buddi
152.
Ann-Margret's Hollywood Movie Girls (1980) as Guest
A freewheeling musical salute to Hollywood's "movie girls."

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