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In Bruges
year: 2008
The Bank Job
year: 2008
year: 2008
year: 2008
Definitely Maybe
year: undefined
Horton Hears a Who
year: 2008
Be Kind Rewind
year: 2008
The Forbidden Kingdom
year: 2008
The Spiderwick Chronicles
year: 2008
Vantage Point
year: 2008
Actor: Val Kilmer, starred in:
1. Ask the Dust (year: 2006)
Drama, Romantic Drama, Period Film.
Adapted from a novel by John Fante, Robert Towne's Ask the Dust stars Colin Farrell as Arturo Bandini, a young writer who comes to Los Angeles during ...
2. Batman Forever (year: 1995)
Fantasy, Action, Comic-Book Superhero Film, Master Criminal Films, Buddy Film.
Director Joel Schumacher inherited the Batman franchise from Tim Burton and began steering it in the campier direction of the Sixties television show ...
3. Blind Horizon (year: 2004)
Thriller, Psychological Thriller, Political Thriller.
A man with no memory struggles to make sense of the troubling details that are still stuck in his mind in this psychological thriller. Frank (Val Kilm ...
4. Columbus Day (year: 2008)
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5. Conspiracy (year: 2008)
A wounded United States Marine discovers a corporate conspiracy designed to run illegal aliens out of an Arizona border town by any means necessary in ...
6. Dead Man's Bounty (year: 2006)
Val Kilmer stars as the corpse of a wanted man in this western exploring the greed and iniquity of the lawless frontier. When a stranger rides into a ...
7. Déjà Vu (year: 2006)
Thriller, Sci-Fi Action.
Adrenaline-loving director Tony Scott teams with iconic action producer Jerry Bruckheimer for this high-flung sci-fi action thriller concerning a New ...
8. Heat (year: 1995)
Crime, Thriller, Crime Thriller, Police Detective Film.
A successful career criminal considers getting out of the business after one last score, while an obsessive cop desperately tries to put him behind ba ...
9. Pollock (year: 2000)
Drama, Biography [feature], Marriage Drama.
Artist Jackson Pollock revolutionized American painting in the 1940's with his exciting abstract canvases that used dripped and splattered paint in a ...
10. Red Planet (year: 2000)
Science Fiction, Space Adventure, Psychological Sci-Fi.
An effort to circumvent global catastrophe becomes a disaster in its own right in this science fiction thriller. In the year 2050, Earth is on the ver ...
11. Spartan (year: 2004)
Thriller, Political Thriller.
David Mamet writes and directs the political thriller Spartan. Respected Secret Service agent Robert Scott (Val Kilmer) is assigned to the kidnapping ...
12. Stateside (year: 2004)
Drama, Romantic Drama, Coming-of-Age.
Directed by Reverge Anselmo, Stateside revolves around the unique love story of two very different teens — namely, the rich but lonely Mark ...
13. Summer Love (year: 2006)
Western, Spaghetti Western.
Director Piotr Uklanski breaks new ground in the realm of Polish cinema with this symbolic western that can be viewed as either contemporary art or si ...
14. The Ghost and the Darkness (year: 1996)
Adventure, Adventure Drama, British Empire Film, Costume Adventure, Jungle Film.
A man bringing modern transportation to the ancient jungles of Africa discovers one of man's oldest enemies lays in wait for him in this period advent ...
15. The Saint (year: 1997)
Spy Film, Action, Action Thriller, Glamorized Spy Film, Master Criminal Films.
Based on the popular novels about that other suave, globe-trotting man of action, this genre picture from director Phillip Noyce mixed romance and cha ...
16. Tombstone (year: 1993)
Western, Revisionist Western.
A high-energy action adventure based on legend rather than historical fact finds Wyatt Earp (Kurt Russell) desiring to retire from law enforcement. Wi ...
17. True Romance (year: 1993)
Crime, Road Movie, Crime Thriller.
Quentin Tarantino scripted this wild and wooly blend of action and dark comedy, which reached theaters a year before his breakthrough hit Pulp Fiction ...
18. Willow (year: 1988)
Fantasy, Fantasy Adventure, Sword-and-Sorcery.
Though Willow was one of director Ron Howard's few box-office disappointments, it definitely deserves a second look. At once an epic celebration and a ...