NationalityUSA Birth 13 december 1950 (73 years) at Tracy (USA)
Darrell Ray Larson (born December 13, 1950) is an American film and television actor perhaps best known for his work as a dead local politician on the 1990 action/comedy film Men at Work. His work included roles in such films as The Student Nurses (1970), Kotch (1971), The Magnificent Seven Ride (1972), Futureworld (1976) and Partners (1982). He had a prominent role in the 1984 film Mike's Murder, and a small part in the 1996 film Eye for an Eye. Larson's television guest star appearances include Matlock, Designing Women, L.A. Law, Morningstar/Eveningstar, and Diagnosis Murder. He also appeared in Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.
, 1h53 Directed byJonathan Demme OriginUSA GenresDrama, Romance ThemesMedical-themed films, Films about drugs, Films about marriage ActorsAnne Hathaway, Rosemarie DeWitt, Bill Irwin, Anna Deaver Smith, Tunde Adebimpe, Debra Winger Roles 12-Step Group Leader Rating66% Kym (Anne Hathaway) is released from drug rehab for a few days so she can go home to attend the wedding of her sister Rachel (Rosemarie DeWitt). At home, the atmosphere is strained between Kym and her family members as they struggle to reconcile themselves with her past and present. Kym's father (Bill Irwin) shows intense concern for her well-being and whereabouts, which Kym interprets as mistrust. She also resents her sister's choice of her best friend Emma (Anisa George), rather than Kym, to be her maid of honor. Rachel, for her part, resents the attention her sister's drug addiction is drawing away from her wedding, a resentment that comes to a head at the rehearsal dinner, where Kym, amid toasts from friends and family, takes the microphone to offer an apology for her past actions, as part of her twelve-step program.
, 1h38 Directed byAdam Rapp OriginUSA GenresDrama, Comedy, Comedy-drama ThemesFilms about families ActorsEd Harris, Zooey Deschanel, Will Ferrell, Amelia Warner, Dallas Roberts, Mary Jo Deschanel Rating61% Reese Holdin (Deschanel) is a depressed bartender/actress living in New York City. She regularly engages in casual sex, cocaine use and self-mutilation. When a publishing agent (Amy Madigan) approaches her, we learn that Reese is the daughter of a famous author named Don Holdin (Harris); and that her mother, Mary, recently died. Reese did not attend the funeral. The publisher offers the impecunious Reese $100,000 for a series of letters written between her mother and father at the height of their careers. When Reese learns that the kitten she rescued from the streets is dying of feline leukemia, she drowns it and buys a bus ticket.
, 1h30 Directed byJames Ponsoldt OriginUSA GenresDrama, Comedy-drama ActorsNick Nolte, Trevor Morgan, Timothy Hutton, Sally Kirkland, Rosemarie DeWitt, Noah Fleiss Roles Doctor Rating64% Ray Cook (Nolte) is a bitter, disconcerted high school baseball umpire and chronic alcoholic who, after a series of unusual events, crosses paths with Dave Tibbel (Morgan), a high school baseball player seeking revenge after Cook's questionable calls cost his team the most crucial game of the season. Over time, an unlikely bond forms between the mismatched pair, and Dave agrees to pose as Ray's son for the old man's forty-year high school reunion. The film is a story of two wandering lost souls, one an adolescent boy struggling (along with his younger sister, played by Sonia Feigelson) with an absent mother and a father (Timothy Hutton) who has entirely checked out, and the other an older man, who has seen the curve balls life can throw at you and continuously struck out in his struggle to be the man he wishes to be.
, 1h29 OriginUSA GenresDrama ActorsHarvey Keitel, Andie MacDowell, Martin Sheen, Scott Terra, Darrell Larson, Muse Watson Roles Father Rating63% Before the Civil War, the Dabney family of Virginia sold their slave, Shadrach (John Franklin Sawyer), to plantation owners in Alabama, separating him from his family. In 1935, during the Great Depression, Shadrach—at the age of 99—walks the 600 miles from his home in Alabama to the Dabney farm in Virginia. His one request is to be buried in the soil of the farm where he was born into slavery.
, 1h39 Directed byHarold Ramis OriginUSA GenresDrama, Comedy ActorsLaura San Giacomo, Vincent D'Onofrio, Al Franken, Shirley Knight, Lesley Boone, Harris Yulin Roles Jerry Rating53% Stuart Smalley (Al Franken), the disciple of the 12-step program, is challenged by life's injustices. He loses his public-access cable television show, must beg his manipulative overbearing boss for his job back, rehabilitate his alcoholic father and drug abuser brother (Vincent D'Onofrio), and support his overweight mother (Shirley Knight) and sister (Lesley Boone) in their lack of ability in handling their relationships with their husbands. Stuart is supported by his 12 step sponsors as he regresses to his negative behaviors each time he faces these challenges.
, 1h50 Directed byStephen Frears OriginUSA GenresDrama, Thriller, Comedy, Comedy-drama ThemesTransport films, Aviation films ActorsDustin Hoffman, Geena Davis, Andy García, Joan Cusack, Kevin J. O'Connor, Tom Arnold Roles Flight Attendant Freddy Rating64% "Bernie" LaPlante is a pickpocket and petty criminal who anonymously rescues survivors of an aircraft crash, in order to steal some of their purses and wallets – losing a shoe in the process. He later meets a homeless Vietnam veteran, John Bubber, tells him about the rescue at the crash site and gives him his remaining shoe. When a television station offers $1 million to the "Angel of Flight 104", Bernie cannot claim the reward, due to his arrest while fencing credit cards he stole from the people he rescued. Bubber, however, uses the single shoe to take credit for the act. Bernie tries to tell people that Bubber is a fake, but the media has sensationalized the heroic Bubber, and everyone wants to believe in him rather than Bernie.
, 2h25 Directed byTom Moore, Tomm Moore OriginUSA GenresDrama, Romance ActorsD. W. Moffett, Tracy Pollan, Dakin Matthews, Noley Thornton, Cloris Leachman, Judith Hoag Roles Chandler Scott Rating61% Bernard "Bernie" Fine is a highly successful businessman who moves from New York City to San Francisco for his work at the west coast Wolff's department store. One day, he meets Liz O'Reilly, a single mother who was left by her husband Chandler Scott around the time of her daughter Jane's birth. After a lengthy time of dating, Bernie and Liz decide to marry. Although his mother Ruth, a proud Jew, is not enthusiastic about Liz's religious background, she eventually comes to accept Liz as her new daughter-in-law. Soon, Liz becomes pregnant and gives birth to a son, Alexander. Life is looking great for the couple.
, 3h5 GenresDrama, Crime ActorsKeith Carradine, JoBeth Williams, Kathy Bates, John Goodman, Guy Boyd, Terry Kinney Roles Ronald Stark Rating69% Rev. Tom Bird (Terry Kinney), seemingly the perfect family man and Lutheran minister, becomes romantically involved with Lorna Anderson (JoBeth Williams), a new woman in town, openly unhappy with her hard-drinking husband, Marty (Terence Knox). Before long, the two are talking about fleeing Emporia together to establish his dream of a family counseling center in New Mexico. He even talks about the possibility of a lucrative television ministry. But there are two nagging problems: their respective spouses. In July 1983, the body of Sandra Bird (Annabella Price) is discovered floating beneath a bridge in what looks like a car accident. But state trooper John Rule (Keith Carradine) becomes suspicious about the lack of skid marks and blood stains on the bridge. Unfortunately, an official investigation stalls until Lorna's husband is also murdered.