Based on the bestselling novel, this film tells the story of Clare (Brooklynn Proulx), a little girl who becomes infatuated with Henry (Eric Bana), an adult. When she grows to be a young woman (Rachel McAdams), she meets Henry again. He has not aged and she still loves him, so they marry. But he has a habit of slipping back and forth in time and she finds herself alone too much. Directed by Robert Schwentke. With Hailey McCann. Categories: Drama, Romance, Sci-Fi. Year: 2009.
Ron Livingston in The Time Traveler's Wife
Ron Livingston stars as Richard Pimental, a real-life advocate for the rights of the disabled who was the driving force behind the Americans with Disabilities Act. Pimental was a soldier in Vietnam who lost most of his hearing when a shell exploded near him. Back home, he received poor medical treatment and little help living with his disability. He befriended Art Honeyman (Michael Sheen), a brilliant young man confined to a wheelchair due to cerebral palsy and together they began to fight for better treatment for the disabled. Directed by Steven Sawalich. With Rebecca De Mornay, Melissa George and Hector Elizondo. Categories: Biography, Comedy, Drama, Romance, Based on a True Story. Year: 2007.
Ron Livingston in Music Within
Dr. Richard Clayton (Ron Livingston), an uptight self-help author, sets out on a mission to find his birth parents after discovering that he is adopted. When he finally finds his mother (Kathy Bates) and father (Danny DeVito), Clayton is surprised to learn that they are crude, unsophisticaed carnies. Directed by Greg Glienna. With Neve Campbell, Beverly D'Angelo and Bob Odenkirk. Categories: Comedy, Independent Film. Year: 2006.
Ron Livingston in Relative Strangers
Kimberly Joyce (Evan Rachel Wood) is a sexy and manipulative Beverly Hills teenager who will stop at nothing to become famous. To achieve her goal, Kimberly accuses her drama teacher, Mr. Anderson (Ron Livingston), of sexual harassment. Directed by Marcos Siega. With Jane Krakowski, James Woods, Selma Blair and Jaime King. Categories: Comedy, Drama. Year: 2005.
Ron Livingston in Pretty Persuasion
Stacy Holt (Brittany Murphy) is the associate producer on a highly rated daytime talk show. When her boyfriend is unwilling to talk about his former relationships, she peeks into his personal digital assistant and copies the numbers of all his exes. As she interviews them in an effort to understand her guy better, a developing friendship with one of the girls threatens to crash her romance. Directed by Nick Hurran. With Holly Hunter, Kathy Bates, Ron Livingston, Gavin Rossdale and Julianne Nicholson. Categories: Comedy, Romance, Drama, New York. Year: 2004.
Ron Livingston in Little Black Book
Charlie Kaufman (Nicolas Cage), a neurotic screenwriter, is having trouble adapting a book about an orchid thief into a movie. While Charlie agonizes over his writer's block, his less cerebral twin brother Donald (also Cage) decides to become a screenwriter himself, much to Charlie's disdain. When Charlie finally gets his inspiration, he becomes so caught up in his screenplay that the line between reality and fantasy begins to blur, and he sets out to locate the book's author, Susan Orlean (Meryl Streep), and the real-life orchid thief, John Laroche (Chris Cooper). Directed by Spike Jonze. With Cara Seymour, Tilda Swinton, Ron Livingston, Brian Cox and Maggie Gyllenhaal. Categories: Comedy, Drama. Year: 2002.
Ron Livingston in Adaptation
Peter Gibbons (Ron Livingston) is a normal guy in his thirties, sick of the mindless tasks and bureaucratic nonesense that he's subjected to everyday at his job working for a computer software company. To deal with his depression and endless requests from his boss, Bill Lumbergh (Gary Cole), to come in on weekends, Gibbons undergoes hypnotherapy. But, when the hypnotherapist falls over dead before the end of their session, Gibbons stops going to the office and, later, teams up with two of his coworkers to put a virus on their company's network that will allow them to embezzle thousands of dollars. When the plan goes awry, Gibbons has to figure out a way to cover his tracks and explain his erratic behavior to his new girlfriend (Jennifer Aniston). Directed by Mike Judge. With John C. McGinley, Ajay Naidu, David Herman, Diedrich Bader and Stephen Root. Categories: Cult Classics, Comedy. Year: 1999.
Ron Livingston in Office Space
After breaking up with his girlfriend and moving to Los Angeles, struggling comedian Mike Peters (Jon Favreau) begins to regret his decision when his career fails to take off, leaving him to pine over his loss in his empty apartment. To get him out of his funk, Mike's smooth-talking best friend Trent (Vince Vaughn) drags him away for a wild night in Las Vegas. Back in the LA club scene, Trent and his buddies mentor Mike in how to approach women, leading him to meet Lorraine (Heather Graham), a beautiful young woman who's also new to LA. Directed by Doug Liman. With Ron Livingston, Alex Désert and Rio Hackford. Categories: Comedy, Drama. Year: 1996.
Ron Livingston in Swingers