Best Matthew broderick Movies


  • The Producers

    The Producers (PG-13, 2005)

    Nathan Lane, Matthew Broderick, Uma Thurman, Will Ferrell, Gary Beach
    After transforming his first motion picture into a smash Broadway musical, Mel Brooks brings the sto... read morery of two would-be theatrical moguls turned con men back to the screen in this musical comedy. Max Bialystock (Nathan Lane) was once one of Broadway's most successful producers, but a string of flops has thrown his career into a tailspin, and now he struggles to raise the cash to stage new shows by playing gigolo to lonely old ladies. While going over his books, accountant Leo Bloom (Matthew Broderick) notices that Bialystock raised more money than he spent for one show, and points out that if one raised enough money for a show that closed in one night, you could make more off a flop than a hit. This strikes Bialystock as a brilliant scheme, and he decides to give it a try, persuading Bloom to join him in staging the world's greatest flop. After discovering a truly vile script -- "Springtime for Hitler," a musical set in the Third Reich written by neo-Nazi pigeon fancier Franz Liebkind (Will Ferrell) -- and giving a key role to the secretary Ulla (Uma Thurman), a drop-dead gorgeous blonde with only a tenuous understanding of the English language, Bialystock and Bloom are certain they have the disaster they need for their plan to work. But the scheme unexpectedly goes wrong when "Springtime for Hitler" becomes a "so bad it's good" hit. Mel Brooks co-wrote the screenplay for The Producers as well as producing it, but directorial chores were handed over to Susan Stroman, who also directed the Broadway show; Nathan Lane and Matthew Broderick also repeated their roles from the Broadway production. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi
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      fb100004151826273: "Where did we go right?"
      I believe the question with this is where did you go wrong? The original m
      Reviewed 9 months days ago
    • fb214600004
      fb214600004: This version was not good. Matthew Broderick got annoying trying to be just like Gene Wilder.
      Reviewed 2 years days ago
    • fb761155230
      fb761155230: I hate musicals,but this was ok apart from matthew broderick of course,that annyoing twat
      Reviewed 16 months days ago
  • The Producers

    The Producers (PG-13, 2005)

    Nathan Lane, Matthew Broderick, Uma Thurman, Will Ferrell, Gary Beach
    After transforming his first motion picture into a smash Broadway musical, Mel Brooks brings the sto... read morery of two would-be theatrical moguls turned con men back to the screen in this musical comedy. Max Bialystock (Nathan Lane) was once one of Broadway's most successful producers, but a string of flops has thrown his career into a tailspin, and now he struggles to raise the cash to stage new shows by playing gigolo to lonely old ladies. While going over his books, accountant Leo Bloom (Matthew Broderick) notices that Bialystock raised more money than he spent for one show, and points out that if one raised enough money for a show that closed in one night, you could make more off a flop than a hit. This strikes Bialystock as a brilliant scheme, and he decides to give it a try, persuading Bloom to join him in staging the world's greatest flop. After discovering a truly vile script -- "Springtime for Hitler," a musical set in the Third Reich written by neo-Nazi pigeon fancier Franz Liebkind (Will Ferrell) -- and giving a key role to the secretary Ulla (Uma Thurman), a drop-dead gorgeous blonde with only a tenuous understanding of the English language, Bialystock and Bloom are certain they have the disaster they need for their plan to work. But the scheme unexpectedly goes wrong when "Springtime for Hitler" becomes a "so bad it's good" hit. Mel Brooks co-wrote the screenplay for The Producers as well as producing it, but directorial chores were handed over to Susan Stroman, who also directed the Broadway show; Nathan Lane and Matthew Broderick also repeated their roles from the Broadway production. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi
    • fb100004151826273
      fb100004151826273: "Where did we go right?"
      I believe the question with this is where did you go wrong? The original m
      Reviewed 9 months days ago
    • fb214600004
      fb214600004: This version was not good. Matthew Broderick got annoying trying to be just like Gene Wilder.
      Reviewed 2 years days ago
    • fb761155230
      fb761155230: I hate musicals,but this was ok apart from matthew broderick of course,that annyoing twat
      Reviewed 16 months days ago
  • Election

    Election (R, 1999)

    Matthew Broderick, Reese Witherspoon, Chris Klein, Jessica Campbell, Mark Harelik
    Tracey Flick is running unopposed in this year's high school student council presidential election. ... read moreBut school civics teacher Jim McAllister decides to talk varsity football player Paul Metzler in to running, partly to establish a more democratic election and partly to get at Tracey, another teacher's paramour.
    • romy861
      romy861: Definitely one of Reese Witherspoon's best roles. She is perfect for the part of overachiever, Trac
      Reviewed 2 years days ago
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      fb734986026: Sporting a set of Nick Fury grey streaks Mr. McAllister (Matthew Broderick) is a loser. Ferris was
      Reviewed 3 years days ago
    • getshort78
      getshort78: In this satirical comedy, a hotly contested high school election becomes a metaphor for the current
      Reviewed 4 years days ago
  • The Cable Guy

    The Cable Guy (PG-13, 1996)

    Jim Carrey, Matthew Broderick, Leslie Mann, Jack Black, George Segal
    Originally planned as a silly vehicle for Chris Farley, in the hands of director Ben Stiller and sta... read morer Jim Carrey, The Cable Guy became an opportunity for Carrey to flex some of his darker comedic muscles as stalker Chip Douglas. Matthew Broderick plays Steven, an average Joe who is forlorn over his recent breakup with girlfriend Robin (Leslie Mann). When he moves into a new apartment, Steven comes in contact with Chip, who shows up to hook up the cable. Before he knows it, and whether he likes it or not, Steven has a new best-friend in the obnoxious and clingy Chip. However, Steven soon learns that obnoxious is a walk in the park compared to Chip's behavior when Steven tells him he doesn't want to be his pal anymore. What's worse, no one -- including Robin or his family -- believes Steven when he accuses the seemingly harmless Chip of being a malevolent menace. George Segal and Jack Black also star along with Stiller, who plays twins loosely-based on the Menendez brothers. ~ Matthew Tobey, Rovi
  • Election

    Election (R, 1999)

    Matthew Broderick, Reese Witherspoon, Chris Klein, Jessica Campbell, Mark Harelik
    Tracey Flick is running unopposed in this year's high school student council presidential election. ... read moreBut school civics teacher Jim McAllister decides to talk varsity football player Paul Metzler in to running, partly to establish a more democratic election and partly to get at Tracey, another teacher's paramour.
    • romy861
      romy861: Definitely one of Reese Witherspoon's best roles. She is perfect for the part of overachiever, Trac
      Reviewed 2 years days ago
    • fb734986026
      fb734986026: Sporting a set of Nick Fury grey streaks Mr. McAllister (Matthew Broderick) is a loser. Ferris was
      Reviewed 3 years days ago
    • getshort78
      getshort78: In this satirical comedy, a hotly contested high school election becomes a metaphor for the current
      Reviewed 4 years days ago
  • Godzilla

    Godzilla (PG-13, 1998)

    Matthew Broderick, Jean Reno, Maria Pitillo, Hank Azaria, Kevin Dunn
    Dedicated to Tomoyuki Tanaka (1910-1997), who produced the 1954 original and sequels, the Devlin/Emm... read moreerich interpretation displays a redesign of Godzilla, now a large lizard mutated after fallout from French nuclear tests. A blinding flash of white light fills the Eastern sky. Thousands of miles away, the Pacific Ocean churns, engulfing a freighter. On another part of the globe, giant footsteps plow a path through miles of Panamanian forests, Tahitian villages, and Jamaican beaches. In the Ukraine, biologist Dr. Niko Tatopoulos (Matthew Broderick), with the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, is examining the impact of radiation on Chernobyl earthworms. Colonel Hicks (Kevin Dunn) and a military team escort Niko to check out giant claw marks on the beached freighter; they're joined by paleontologists Elsie Chapman (Vicki Lewis) and Mendel Craven (Malcolm Danare). Blood and giant-size footprints indicate "some sort of enormous reptile." French secret agent Philippe Roache talks to the freighter's only survivor, who keeps repeating, "Gojira...Gojira." Tatopoulos et al arrive in Manhattan's Fulton Fish Market where Godzilla surfaces, moving on to the NYC financial district where Mayor Ebert (Michael Lerner) is speaking. Ambitious Audrey Timmonds (Maria Pitillo), who works for TV news anchor Charles Caiman (Harry Shearer), is Niko's former girlfriend, and she uses this to her professional advantage. As the wave of destruction continues, Niko and Roache track the creature through the evacuated city and discover Godzilla's eggs about to hatch in Madison Square Garden. They are followed by Audrey and TV cameraman Victor "Animal" Palotti (Hank Azaria), and soon the hatching Godzilla offspring prowl the Garden corridors, leading to a final showdown. ~ Bhob Stewart, Rovi
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      fb100001299632222: I loved it! Great movie and Matthew Broderick did a great job!
      Reviewed 12 months days ago
    • fb1086683934
      fb1086683934: Mathew Broderick stars in the remake of the legendary Godzilla series were Godzilla the classic guy
      Reviewed 15 months days ago
    • fb1539872551
      fb1539872551: Another Roland Emmerich disaster. Could possibly be the most inconsistent movie I have ever seen.
      Reviewed 22 months days ago
  • Godzilla

    Godzilla (PG-13, 1998)

    Matthew Broderick, Jean Reno, Maria Pitillo, Hank Azaria, Kevin Dunn
    Dedicated to Tomoyuki Tanaka (1910-1997), who produced the 1954 original and sequels, the Devlin/Emm... read moreerich interpretation displays a redesign of Godzilla, now a large lizard mutated after fallout from French nuclear tests. A blinding flash of white light fills the Eastern sky. Thousands of miles away, the Pacific Ocean churns, engulfing a freighter. On another part of the globe, giant footsteps plow a path through miles of Panamanian forests, Tahitian villages, and Jamaican beaches. In the Ukraine, biologist Dr. Niko Tatopoulos (Matthew Broderick), with the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, is examining the impact of radiation on Chernobyl earthworms. Colonel Hicks (Kevin Dunn) and a military team escort Niko to check out giant claw marks on the beached freighter; they're joined by paleontologists Elsie Chapman (Vicki Lewis) and Mendel Craven (Malcolm Danare). Blood and giant-size footprints indicate "some sort of enormous reptile." French secret agent Philippe Roache talks to the freighter's only survivor, who keeps repeating, "Gojira...Gojira." Tatopoulos et al arrive in Manhattan's Fulton Fish Market where Godzilla surfaces, moving on to the NYC financial district where Mayor Ebert (Michael Lerner) is speaking. Ambitious Audrey Timmonds (Maria Pitillo), who works for TV news anchor Charles Caiman (Harry Shearer), is Niko's former girlfriend, and she uses this to her professional advantage. As the wave of destruction continues, Niko and Roache track the creature through the evacuated city and discover Godzilla's eggs about to hatch in Madison Square Garden. They are followed by Audrey and TV cameraman Victor "Animal" Palotti (Hank Azaria), and soon the hatching Godzilla offspring prowl the Garden corridors, leading to a final showdown. ~ Bhob Stewart, Rovi
    • fb100001299632222
      fb100001299632222: I loved it! Great movie and Matthew Broderick did a great job!
      Reviewed 12 months days ago
    • fb1086683934
      fb1086683934: Mathew Broderick stars in the remake of the legendary Godzilla series were Godzilla the classic guy
      Reviewed 15 months days ago
    • fb1539872551
      fb1539872551: Another Roland Emmerich disaster. Could possibly be the most inconsistent movie I have ever seen.
      Reviewed 22 months days ago
  • Ladyhawke

    Ladyhawke (PG-13, 1985)

    Matthew Broderick, Rutger Hauer, Michelle Pfeiffer, Leo McKern, John Wood
    In medieval France, knight Rutger Hauer and lady fair Michelle Pfeiffer both run afoul of evil-bisho... read morep John Wood. Through the auspices of bishop's confessor Leo McKern, Hauer and Pfeiffer are placed under a curse. During the night, Hauer takes the form of a wolf, while Pfeiffer assumes the form of a hawk by day. The two lovers can only meet one another as humans at dawn and dusk. The only mortal in a position to rescue Hauer and Pfeiffer from their fate is nebbishy pickpocket Matthew Broderick, who acts as liaison between the lovers. With the help of the guilt-ridden McKern--and a convenient solar eclipse--Broderick endeavors to set things aright. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi
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      fb590635421: A rather unique fantasy adventure from the mid 80's & the director of Superman & the Lethal Weapon
      Reviewed 8 months days ago
    • fb1146634647
      fb1146634647: Matthew Broderick! Rutger Hauer! This is like my go-to movie for either of them!
      Reviewed 13 months days ago
    • getshort78
      getshort78: In medieval France, knight Rutger Hauer and lady fair Michelle Pfeiffer both run afoul of evil-bish
      Reviewed 4 years days ago
  • The Cable Guy

    The Cable Guy (PG-13, 1996)

    Jim Carrey, Matthew Broderick, Leslie Mann, Jack Black, George Segal
    Originally planned as a silly vehicle for Chris Farley, in the hands of director Ben Stiller and sta... read morer Jim Carrey, The Cable Guy became an opportunity for Carrey to flex some of his darker comedic muscles as stalker Chip Douglas. Matthew Broderick plays Steven, an average Joe who is forlorn over his recent breakup with girlfriend Robin (Leslie Mann). When he moves into a new apartment, Steven comes in contact with Chip, who shows up to hook up the cable. Before he knows it, and whether he likes it or not, Steven has a new best-friend in the obnoxious and clingy Chip. However, Steven soon learns that obnoxious is a walk in the park compared to Chip's behavior when Steven tells him he doesn't want to be his pal anymore. What's worse, no one -- including Robin or his family -- believes Steven when he accuses the seemingly harmless Chip of being a malevolent menace. George Segal and Jack Black also star along with Stiller, who plays twins loosely-based on the Menendez brothers. ~ Matthew Tobey, Rovi
  • Ladyhawke

    Ladyhawke (PG-13, 1985)

    Matthew Broderick, Rutger Hauer, Michelle Pfeiffer, Leo McKern, John Wood
    In medieval France, knight Rutger Hauer and lady fair Michelle Pfeiffer both run afoul of evil-bisho... read morep John Wood. Through the auspices of bishop's confessor Leo McKern, Hauer and Pfeiffer are placed under a curse. During the night, Hauer takes the form of a wolf, while Pfeiffer assumes the form of a hawk by day. The two lovers can only meet one another as humans at dawn and dusk. The only mortal in a position to rescue Hauer and Pfeiffer from their fate is nebbishy pickpocket Matthew Broderick, who acts as liaison between the lovers. With the help of the guilt-ridden McKern--and a convenient solar eclipse--Broderick endeavors to set things aright. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi
    • fb590635421
      fb590635421: A rather unique fantasy adventure from the mid 80's & the director of Superman & the Lethal Weapon
      Reviewed 8 months days ago
    • fb1146634647
      fb1146634647: Matthew Broderick! Rutger Hauer! This is like my go-to movie for either of them!
      Reviewed 13 months days ago
    • getshort78
      getshort78: In medieval France, knight Rutger Hauer and lady fair Michelle Pfeiffer both run afoul of evil-bish
      Reviewed 4 years days ago