Directed by Allen Coulter. With Robert Pattinson, Emilie de Ravin, Pierce Brosnan, Chris Cooper and Tate Ellington. Categories: Drama, Romance. Year: 2010.
Pierce Brosnan in Remember Me
Raised on a Greek island by her doting mother Donna (Meryl Streep), Sophie Sheridan (Amanda Seyfried) sets out to find her father so he can give her away at her upcoming wedding. Based on Donna's diary, Sophie narrows down the field to three men: Sam (Pierce Brosnan), Harry (Colin Firth) and Bill (Stellan Skarsgård). Inviting all three without Donna's knowledge, Sophie creates quite a spectacle, and, as the big day approaches, Sam sets out to make up for lost time. Directed by Phyllida Lloyd. With Rachel McDowall, Ashley Lilley and Dominic Cooper. Categories: Comedy, Musical, Romance. Year: 2008.
Pierce Brosnan in Mamma Mia!
Set in the Forties, this drama about love, marriage and murder starts out when Harry (Chris Cooper), who is married to Pat (Patricia Clarkson), confesses to his friend, Richard (Pierce Brosnan), a wealthy bachelor, that he is in love with Kay (Rachel McAdams), a much younger woman. Harry thinks a divorce would be too cruel to Pat and is actually contemplating murder instead. Meanwhile, Richard finds himself attracted to Kay. But Kay may have another man on her mind. Directed by Ira Sachs. With David Richmond-Peck. Categories: Crime, Drama, Romance. Year: 2007.
Pierce Brosnan in Married Life
When Elektra King's (Sophie Marceau) oil tycoon father is killed in a bombing at a British Secret Service headquarters, is assigned to protect her and track down her father's killers. As Bond pieces together information about the murder, he discovers that a series of oil pipeline sabotage attempts are part of a far more sinister plot, involving Elektra and the deadly terrorist Renard (Robert Carlyle). Directed by Michael Apted. With Denise Richards, Judi Dench and John Cleese. Categories: Action, Adventure, Thriller, James Bond. Year: 1999.
Pierce Brosnan in The World Is Not Enough
When a British battleship vanishes in the South China seas, James Bond (Pierce Brosnan) is the man they call. As Bond begins to investigate, he connects the case to Elliot Carver (Jonathan Pryce), a maniacal media mogul with an insatiable ego. Working with a member of the Chinese Security Force (Michelle Yeoh), Bond must try to prevent Carver from starting a war simply for the television ratings. Directed by Roger Spottiswoode. With Teri Hatcher, Judi Dench and Vincent Schiavelli. Categories: Politics, Action, Adventure, Thriller, James Bond. Year: 1997.
Pierce Brosnan in Tomorrow Never Dies
When a Russian General (Gottfried John) steals the space weapon Goldeneye, James Bond (Pierce Brosnan) must team up with Natalya Siminova (Izabella Scorupco), a scientist who helped create the weapon. Together they take on the beautiful killer Xenia Onatopp (Famke Janssen) and Alec Trevelyan (Sean Bean), a rogue British agent out for revenge. Directed by Martin Campbell. With Judi Dench and Alan Cumming. Categories: Action, Adventure, Thriller, James Bond. Year: 1995.
Pierce Brosnan in GoldenEye
After well-meaning dad Daniel Hillard (Robin Williams) throws an over the top birthday party for his son without his wife Miranda's (Sally Field) knowledge, she files for divorce, citing it as the last straw in a long history of poor parenting choices. Crushed by the fact that he will only be permitted to see his children, Lydia (Lisa Jakub), Chris (Matthew Lawrence) and Natalie (Mara Wilson), once a week, Daniel comes up with an ingenious plan to see his children. With the help of his brother's (Harvey Fierstein) skills as a makeup artist and his abilities as a voice actor, Daniel disguises himself as Mrs. Doubtfire, a Scottish nanny, and gets hired as caretaker for his own kids. Directed by Chris Columbus. With Pierce Brosnan. Categories: Comedy, Drama. Year: 1993.
Pierce Brosnan in Mrs. Doubtfire