Kirstie Alley was a well-known and globally beloved actress. The elegant lady is one of the few gems Hollywood has ever produced and has always been appreciated for her goofy nature, which helped fans instantly click with the star’s personality.
As a result of her nature, the evergreen beauty had been a pillar in comedy-centered shows and movies, all the way back from her breakout role as Rebecca Howe in Cheers. Kirstie’s performance was so good that she was nominated for numerous awards for her portrayal of Rebecca. Kirstie went on to win the Golden Globe Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series for her role in Cheers.
Kirstie Alley also won the People’s Choice Award for Favorite Female Television Performer for her role as Rebecca in Cheers and a Primetime Emmy Award for the same role. She even won the Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Miniseries Award for her role in David’s Mother.
Best Roles of Kirstie Alley
Fans were left heartbroken when the news of her death spread as she was diagnosed with cancer that was discovered rather recently. Nevertheless, the actress will forever stay in everyone’s hearts as the good old smiling lady she always was. Now that we have established that Kirstie is perhaps one of the all-time greats in the industry let’s have a look at some of her best roles throughout her career.
Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan
Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan was directed by Nicholas Meyer and was based on a television series of the same name. The movie was released on 4th June 1982 and was the sequel to an episode titled “Space Seed” from the Star Trek television series.
The film starred William Shatner, Ricardo Montalban, Kirstie Alley, Leonard Nimoy, DeForest Kelley, and Walter Koenig in the leading roles, and James Doohan, George Takei, Bibi Besch, Paul Winfield, Merritt Butrick, and Nichelle Nichols as members of the supporting cast.
The movie’s plot revolves around Khan Noonien Singh, a powerful tyrant who escapes from exile and decides to take revenge on those who, according to him, wronged him. The Enterprise crew must stop Khan from gaining an extravagant advantage and help prevent peace in the world.
The movie was a success at the box office, as it earned more than $95 million and was critically praised as well. The storyline of the film was praised, and the performances of the various actors in the film were appreciated.
Star Trek II is considered by many people to be the best film ever produced in the Star Trek series, as it is filled with action sequences and was the ace the production house had been looking for years to renew everyone’s interest in the series. The movie is available to watch on Amazon Prime Video and is recommended 10/10.
Cheers were created by James Burrows and Glen and Les Charles. The TV show first aired on 30th September 1982 and starred Ted Danson, Shelley Long, Nicholas Colasanto, Rhea Perlman, Kirstie Alley, and various others.
The central plot of the show is set in Boston, where people meet and talk about their everyday lives and problems in a bar named Cheers. The show’s run ended on 20th May 1983 as it was a rather short-lived show. However, to everyone’s shock, Cheers had 11 seasons during its 8-month campaign and amassed 275 episodes during its run.
The series was critically acclaimed right from its first episode in the first season till the last episode in the eleventh. The show was just too good, as it was nominated for 117 Primetime Emmy Awards, out of which Cheers won 28. Cheers were also nominated for Outstanding Comedy Series for all of its 11 seasons.
The show was just a delight for the eyes and is available on Hulu.
Summer School was directed by Carl Reiner and was released in 1987. The movie starred Kirstie Alley as Robin Bishop and Mark Harmon as Freddy Shoop in the leading roles.
The movie follows a gym teacher who is all set to take a glorious summer off in Hawaii but is strong-armed by the principal of a high school to teach English classes over the course of the summer. The roadblock sees the gym guy befriend a history teacher who helps in many ways.
The supporting members of the cast include Robin Thomas, Courtney Thorne-Smith, Dean Cameron, Gary Riley, Kelly Jo Minter, Shawnee Smith, and various others. The movie has its fair share of comedy elements and is a great, fun-to-watch movie and is available to watch on Amazon Prime Video.
David’s mother saw Kirstie Alley star as Sally Goodson, a mother who is struggling while trying her best to make sure her introverted son doesn’t feel underappreciated. The film was directed by Robert Allan Ackerman and was released on 10th April 1994. The movie saw Kirstie win an Emmy Award for her role, and she was even nominated for a Golden Globe Award.
The principal cast of the movie includes Kirstie Alley in the titular role, Michael A. Goorjian as David, the autistic son of Sally, and Stockard Channing, Sam Waterston, Phylicia Rashad, and Chris Saradon as supporting characters. The movie is quite emotional and is recommended for anyone who is missing their mother as it clearly depicts what motherly love is. David’s mother is accessible on Amazon Prime Video.
For Richer or Poorer
For Richer or Poorer was directed by Bryan Spicer and starred Tim Allen and Kirstie Alley in the leading roles. The movie follows a couple who decide to end things when their relationship doesn’t work out. However, due to a financial problem, the now estranged couple returns and starts to work together, which leads them to reconnect and recreate their once-lost chemistry.
Apart from Tim Allen and Kirstie Alley as Brad and Caroline Sexton, For Richer or Poorer starred Jay O. Sanders, Michael Lerner, Wayne Knight, Larry Miller, Miguel A. Nunez Jr., John Pyper-Ferguson, Ethan Phillips, Bobby Steggert, Anthony Azizi and several others in supporting roles.
The movie was released on 12th December 1997 and is recommended for a one-time watch and is available on Apple TV.
Deconstructing Harry was directed by Woody Allen and was released in 1997. The movie starred Woody Allen, Caroline Aaron, Bob Balaban, Kirstie Alley, Richard Benjamin, and several others.
The film focuses on a famous book writer who becomes isolated from friends and family as he fears the characters from his works are after his life. The movie also depicts the writer’s loneliness when he gets alienated, as he uses his friends’ experiences to write books, a process that sets them off. The movie was produced by Letty Aronson and Jean Doumanian and is a good option for anyone looking for dark comedies. Deconstructing Harry is available on Amazon Prime Video.
Veronica’s Closet was a popular television series that was created by Marta Kauffman and David Crane and first aired on 25th September 1997. The show ran for three seasons and amassed a total of 66 episodes.
The TV show focuses on Veronica Chase, played by Kirstie Alley, a popular entrepreneur also famous by the name of Ronnie. Ronnie owns a phenomenal company, Veronica’s Closet, which specializes in lingerie and bedroom accessories. The series focuses on Ronnie’s journey as she finally decides to end her relationship with her always-cheating husband and the challenges she faces due to her decision.
Apart from Kirstie in the leading role, the series starred Dan Cortese, Daryl Mitchell, Robert Prosky, Ron Silver, Lorri Bagley, Kathy Najimy in other major roles, and Mary Lynn Rajskub, Ever Carradine, Tamala Jones, Christopher McDonald, and several others in supporting roles. Veronica’s Closet is a great choice for anyone looking for a sitcom filled with positive energy.
Drop Dead Gorgeous
Drop Dead Gorgeous was directed by Michael Patrick Jann and was released in 1999. The movie follows a beauty pageant in Minnesota, which is quite feisty as it focuses on the intense competition in the event.
The film starred Ellen Barkin, Brittany Murphy, Allison Janney, Kirstie Alley, Denise Richards, Amy Adams, Kirsten Dunst, and various others in leading roles. Samantha Harris, Armanda Detmer, Patti Yasutake, Adam West, Mo Gaffney, Nora Dunn, and a few more in supporting roles.
Drop Dead Gorgeous became a cult classic as it was praised for its cinematography and storyline and was quite enjoyable for its entertaining moments. The movie is available to watch on Amazon Prime Video.
As the name suggests, the plot of Fat Actress follows an overweight woman who wishes to taste the scent of success while tackling the stereotype revolving around the weight of a supermodel.
The comedy series was created by Kirstie Alley herself along with Brenda Hampton and first aired on 7th March 2005. The show had seven episodes over its single-season run, which ended on 18th April 2005.
The show starlight was headed by Kirstie Alley, and Bryan Callen and Rachel Harris were the other major figures in the cast. The supporting members of the cast include Michael McDonald and Kelly Preston, whereas John Travolta, Kid Rock, Larry King, Rhea Perlman, Merv Griffin, and several others had cameos in the show as themselves.
Fat Actress is streaming on Hulu and is binge-worthy.
Scream Queens was created by Ryan Murphy, Ian Brennan, and Brad Falchuk and premiered on 22nd September 2015 on Fox. The series had a very shiny star cast, including Kirstie Alley, Emma Roberts, Skyler Samuels, Lea Michele, Glen Powell, Diego Boneta, Abigail Breslin, Keke Palmer, Oliver Hudson, Nasim Pedrad, Billie Lourd, Jamie Lee Curtis in the leading roles.
The series focused on Kappa House, a female society at Wallace University that only allows the best of the best to enter its premises. But, to balance everything, the dean of the university orders that the eligibility criteria be a bit relaxed, which creates a ruckus as a society just doesn’t want to accept anyone but the elite.
The show had a two-season run and had 23 episodes in total. The third season of Scream Queens was reported to have entered development, but no news has followed up since the announcement. Nevertheless, the show is a joy to watch for anyone looking for a dark comedy and is recommended for a binge-worthy weekend. Scream Queens is available to watch on Amazon Prime Video.
Look Who’s Talking
Look Who’s Talking was directed by Amy Heckerling and was released in 1989. The film starred Kirstie Alley and John Travolta in the leading roles of Mollie and Albert, two lovebirds who have an affair outside Albert’s marriage. But all hell breaks loose when Mollie gets pregnant and catches Albert with another woman and gets to know that Albert plans to leave her.
There is a rather interesting storyline involved, as it is revealed that the baby inside Mollie can communicate with other babies using a “special power” that only he possesses.
The supporting cast of the movie includes George Segal, Olympia Dukakis, Twink Caplan, Abe Vigoda, Joy Boushel, Christopher Aydon, Jaryd Waterhouse, and several others as well.
The film was a success at the box office as it grossed over $297 million and was well-praised for its comedy-filled moments. Look Who’s Talking is available to rent on Zee5.
It Takes Two
Directed by Andy Tennant, It Takes Two was released on 17th November 1995 and starred Steve Guttenberg, Kirstie Alley, Mary-Kate, and Ashley Olsen in the leading roles.
The film’s plot revolves around Amanda, an orphan who seeks the best partner match for her rich friend’s father. The supporting members of the cast include Philip Bosco, Jane Sibbett, and Emie Grunwald, alongside Michelle Grisom, Desmond Robertson and Tiny Mills, and a few others as well.
The rom-com is a decent movie and is recommended for a one-time watch. It Takes Two is available to rent on Amazon Prime Video.
Kirstie Alley’s Big Life
Judging from the title, Kirstie Alley’s Big Life focused on the life and events of Kirstie Alley throughout her career. The series also saw Kirstie Alley once again get on with a journey to reduce weight and, also raise her kids.
The show had a single season and had 12 episodes in all. The cast members included Kirstie Alley, Jim, Lillie, True, Kelly, and Tracy. Kirstie Alley’s Big Life first aired on 21st March 2010 and concluded with the release of its twelfth episode on 9th May 2010.
The show is a good option for Alley’s fans who wish to see her everyday life and get an idea of what celebrities do when they’re away from cameras and red carpets.
Kirstie Alley’s Big Life is available as a buy option on iTunes and Amazon Prime Video.
Runaway was directed by Michael Crichton and starred Tom Selleck, Kirstie Alley, Gene Simmons, and Cynthia Rhodes in the leading roles. The movie was released on 14th December 1984 and was produced by Michael I. Rachmil, Kurt Villadsen, and Lisa Faversham.
The movie’s plot focuses on Karen Thompson, a special operative who is tasked with finding out the truth about a conspiracy theory as robots go on a homicidal run every day that results in the death of humans due to malfunctions.
The supporting members of the cast include Stan Shaw, G.W. Bailey, Joey Cramer, Chris Mulkey, Sullivan Walker, Anne-Marie Martin, Elizabeth Norment, Betty Phillips, Stephen Thorne, and several others.
Runaway is available to rent or buy on Amazon Prime Video.
Madhouse was directed by Tom Ropelewski and starred Kirstie Alley and John Larroquette in the leading roles as Jessi and Mark Bannister, a lovely couple who are on the 7th sky as they are just too happy after purchasing a brand new home for themselves.
However, the couple’s joy is short-lived as they almost face bankruptcy, and to add insult to injury, Mark’s cousins invite themselves over to the couple’s new residence for a holiday vacation, and everything becomes chaotic.
The supporting members of the 1990 film include Alison La Placa, John Diehl, Jessica Lundy, Wayne Tippit, Paul Eiding, Aeryk Egan, Deborah, Robert Ginty, Bradley Gregg, and a few others. Madhouse is a funny movie and is a decent choice for a dark comedy-based movie night. The film is available to watch on Amazon Prime Video with ScreenPix.
Sibling Rivalry was released in 1990 and was directed by Carl Reiner. The movie starred Kirstie Alley, Sam Elliott, Jami Gertz, Bill Pullman, Carrie Fisher, and Scott Bakula in the leading roles and follows a woman who is fed up with her husband and his family, and hence, decides to entertain herself by having a ‘fling.’ However, certain misfortunes arrive her way, as she gets into deep trouble because of her decision, and she works hard to steer clear of trouble.
Ed O’Neill, John Randolph, and Frances Sternhagen act as supporting characters in Sibling Rivalry, and the performances of all the actors are quite enjoyable as the movie is hilarious in its overall sense. The film is available to watch on Vudu.
Look Who’s Talking Too
Look Who’s Talking Too was directed by Amy Heckerling and was released in 1990. The film was a sequel to the 1989 banger Look Who’s Talking and starred John Travolta and Kirstie Alley once again in the leading roles.
The film’s plot follows the attention issues being faced by Mikey, James’s, and Mollie’s first baby as they welcome another baby into their family. The movie starred the voices of Lorne Sussman and Megan Milner as the voice-over actors of Mikey and Julie, the couple’s two children, and Georgia Keithley, Nikki Graham, Lesley Ewen, Gilbert Gottfried, Don S. Davis, and several others in other supporting roles.
The movie was a box office success, as it grossed more than $120 million. The film is a joy to watch and is recommended for a family movie night. Look Who’s Talking Too is available to rent or buy on Amazon Prime Video.
Village of the Damned
Village of the Damned was released in 1995 and was directed by John Carpenter. The film starred Christopher Reeve, Kirstie Alley, Meredith Salenger, Linda Kozlowski, and Michael Pare in the leading roles.
The movie was based on a novel by John Wyndham, which was published in 1957 and was titled “The Midwich Cuckoos.” The movie’s central plot focuses on the people of Mudwich, a town in California where a mysterious thing happens as multiple women give birth to new babies on the exact same day, who go on to have extraterrestrial superpowers that can harm people. The locals bond together to save themselves, and with the help of a federal officer, they team up to defeat the clearly visible alien children.
Karen Kahn, Mark Hamill, Pippa Pearthree, Peter Jason, Thomas Dekker, Lindsey Haun, Danielle Keaton, John Falk, Adam Robbins, and various other celebrities donned the roles of the supporting characters in the film. The movie is available for viewers to rent or buy on amazon prime Video.
Toothless was directed by Melanie Mayron and was released in 1997. The movie is about a dentist who dies in an accident but to her or rather her soul’s surprise, she isn’t let through the gates of the afterlife, as she is tasked to become the well-known “tooth fairy” and must help those in need.
The movie starred Kirstie Alley and Dale Midkiff in the leading roles and Jamie Renee Smith, Ross Malinger, Catlin Adams, Patrick Kerr, Arjay Smith, Lindzee Letherman, Lewis Smith, Joel Brooks, and various others in supporting roles. The fantasy movie is a decent enough option for anyone looking to watch a movie with their kids on a family weekend.
Shoot to Kill
Shoot to Kill was directed by Roger Spottiswoode and was released in 1988. The movie focuses on a federal agent who is tasked with taking down a nasty criminal. However, catching the criminal becomes very difficult for the agent as a series of challenges posed by the culprit become huge roadblocks for the agent to conquer. The movie starred Sidney Poitier, Kirstie Alley, and Tom Berenger in the leading roles.
The supporting cast of the movie includes Andrew Robinson, Clancy Brown, Richard Mansur, Frederick Coffin, Ken Camroux, Samuel Hiona, Robert Lesser, Janet Rotblatt, Frank C. Turner, Fred Henderson, and several others as well. The movie was a success at the box office and was quite thrilling to watch and is available to watch on Plex for free.
Loverboy was directed by Joan Micklin Silver and was released in 1989. The movie starred Patrick Dempsey, Kirstie Alley, Barbara Carrera, Kate Jackson, and Carrie Fisher in the leading roles. The movie’s plot revolves around a young delivery boy who is struggling to collect enough money to fund his college’s next semester fee. However, during a regular delivery, the charismatic man comes face to face with a sizzling hot lady and falls in love with her.
To help Randy, the pizza boy, the lady recommends him to her friends for “adult services” for an extra tip. everything is going well for Randy, but he soon realizes not everything is true what meets the eye.
Nancy Valen, Robert Ginty, Vic Tayback, Kim Miyori, Bernie Coulson, Dylan Walsh, E.G., Daily, Robert Picardo, Ray Girardin, Peter Koch, and Robert Camilleri were some of the many members of the supporting cast in the film.
Loverboy is available to watch on Amazon Prime Video.
Look Who’s Talking Now
Look Who’s Talking Now is the third film following the release of Look Who’s Talking in 1989. The movie once again starred John Travolta and Kirstie Alley in the final installment of the film series.
The movie follows new friendships and rivalries as the beloved couple brings in new family members. The supporting characters in the movie were played by Tabitha Lupien, David Gallagher, Lysette Anthony, Olympia Dukakis, Charles Barkley, and several others as well.
Look Who is Talking Now is a decent enough end to the trilogy and is a great one-time watch for anyone looking for a comedy-centric movie. The film is available to watch on Netflix.
Kirstie was a popular television series that first aired on 4th December 2013 on TV Land. The show focuses on Maddie Banks, a Tony Award winner, and follows her daily life events and issues.
The show gets interesting when her son, whom she gave up on his birth, shows up at her door and wreaks havoc as his adoptive parents die due to mysterious reasons. Maddie recognizes her mistake and decides to correct it by trying to love her estranged son, as she wishes to feel motherhood.
Kirstie Alley, Eric Petersen, Michael Richards, and Rhea Perlman starred as the leading characters in the show, whereas Gilles Marini, Xosha Roquemore, Bryan Callen, Larry Joe Campbell, Lindsey Kraft, Geoff Pierson, Michael Dunn, Lucila Sola, and several others donned the roles of supporting characters.
The show also featured various guest stars such as Christopher McDonald, Cloris Leachman, Kristen Johnston, George Wendt, Jason Alexander, John Travolta, Kathy Griffin, and several others as well.
The show ran from 4th December 2013 to 26th February 2014, gathering 12 episodes in total over its single-season run. Kirstie is available to purchase on Prime Video.
The Hitchhiker was composed by the notorious Paul Hoffert, along with Shuki Levy, Michael Rubimi, and Haim Saban. The show first aired on 23rd November 1983 and ran till 22nd February 1991.
The show revolves around a hitchhiker who, along with his journey, keeps on introducing new characters and tells the viewers what frightening and scary experiences the latter are about to face.
The show starred Kirstie Alley, Sandra Bernhard, Rachel Blanchard, Susan Blakely, Robert Carradine, Brad Dourif, Elliott Gould, Bruce Greenwood, Erin Gray, Lisa Hartman Black, Jill Hennessey, Peter Coyote, and several other stars also.
During the course of its 7-year run, the show had a total of 85 episodes spread across six seasons. The show was full of thrill and mysteries and is recommended for anyone looking for a thrilling series.
North and South
North and South was a TV series which was created by David L. Wolper. The series was adapted from a book series sharing the same name, which was published by John Jakes.
The series’ central plot followed the timeline of the American Civil War and particularly focused on the impacts it had on the lives of two very close friends who trained together but were on opposite sides as the war waged on.
The show starred James Read and Patrick as the two friends who face severe challenges heading into the Civil War. Apart from them, Lesley-Anne Down, Wendy Kilbourne, Kirstie Alley, and a few others were cast as the leading characters, whereas Mitchell Ryan, Jean Simmons, Terri Garber, David Ogden Stiers, Jonathan Frakes, Hal Holbrook, David Carradine, Kyle Chandler, Genie Francis, and several others donned the roles of the supporting characters.
The show first aired on 3rd November 1985 and concluded on 2nd March 1994, having a total of 15 episodes across its three distinct arcs. North and South is a good recommendation as it clearly shows what wars really do and the hardships faced by those who get into the crossfire.
Masquerade was created by Glen A. Larson and starred Rod Taylor, Kirstie Alley, and Greg Evigan in the leading roles in the series. The central plot of the series is about a discreet and hideous government organization that specializes in intelligence.
The core functionality of the organization is to successfully complete risky missions without compromising their skilled agents. Hence, the organization enrolls civilians to carry out their missions and trains them to make them ready for the task at hand.
The show first aired on 15th December 1983 and went on till 27th April 1984. During its 4-month run, the show amassed 12 episodes and was a joy to watch as fans of the spy-thriller show were pleased with the storyline.
Nevada was directed by Gary Tieche and was released in 1997. The movie starred Amy Brenneman and Ben Browder in the leading roles and James Wilder, Kirstie Alley, Bridgette Wilson, Saffron Burrows, Dee Wallace, Barbara Burton, Emily Miller, and several others in other major roles.
The movie is about a girl who sets afoot in a small town in Nevada, looking to start fresh. Every person from the town accepts her and receives her with open arms, but one woman is interested in finding out about her past. When the past of the girl is revealed, everyone is shocked and is left mesmerized.
The supporting members of the cast include Angus MacFadyen, Nathan Garcia, Garette Rattliff Henson, David Darmstaeder, Rachel Reber, Charlie Crandell, and various others also.
Nevada is a great option for anyone looking for a suspenseful thriller movie.
Champions were directed by John Irvin and were released in 1984. The movie was based on the real-life story of a famous jockey, Bob Champion. The movie focuses on the hard-fought battle between Bob and testicular cancer, in which the beloved jockey fought hard and prevailed.
In addition to conquering the disease, Bob reappeared in the sport and went on to win the Grand National horse race in 1981, successfully completing his cycle of redemption.
The movie starred John Hurt as Bob Champion and Edward Woodward and Jan Francis as other leading characters. The movie also starred Ben Johnson, Kirstie Alley, Ann Bell, Peter Barkworth, Judy Parfitt, Michael Byrne, and several others as members of the supporting cast.
Champions are available for viewers to rent on Amazon Prime Video.
A Bunny’s Tale
A Bunny’s Tale was directed by Karen Arthur and starred Kirstie Alley in the leading role as an undercover journalist who takes up a job as a waitress at the New York Playboy Club to show the reality of the females working at the club as “bunnies.”
Alongside Kirstie Alley in the leading role, A Bunny’s Tale starred Cotter Smith, Deborah Van Valkenburgh, Lisa Pelikan, Delta Burke, Diaa Scarwid, Dee Dee Rescher, Chick Venera, Lela Rochon, Keith Mills, Teddy Wilson, and various other actors in the supporting roles.
The movie was released on 25th February 1985 and offered a sneak peek into the ‘supposed reality of the posh club.
Suddenly was directed by Robert Allan Ackerman and was released in 1996. The movie starred Kirstie Alley and Jason Beghe in the leading roles and Colleen Camp and Nancy Cartwright in other major roles.
The movie follows a waitress who loses hope to live her life when an accident leaves her paralyzed. However, her perspective toward the purpose of life changes when a fellow patient talks to her and motivates her to live her life.
The film starred David Crosby, David Beecroft, Michael Paul Chan, Jason Bernard, Shaun Toub, Don Keith Opper, Manny Perry, and Anthony Russel, alongside several others, as supporting characters.
The movie is a great motivating masterpiece and clearly depicts that life is not over, even if a small or a big mishap happens in our journey.
Sticks and Stones
Sticks and Stones focus on the lives of three school friends who must join forces against a local bully and fight together to teach the boy a memorable lesson.
The movie was directed by Neil Tolkin and was released in 1996. Sticks and Stones starred Justin Isfeld, Max Goldblatt, Chauncey Leopardi, Kirstie Alley, Matt McCoy, and Mark-Paul Gosselaar in the leading roles, and Ryan Francis, Gary Busey, Jordan Brower, Chauncey Leopardi, Max Goldblatt and several others in supporting roles.
Sticks and Stones are available to rent or buy on Amazon Prime Video.
Profoundly Normal was directed by Graeme Clifford and starred Kirstie Alley in the leading role as a disabled woman. The movie also starred Delroy Lindo, Rosemary Dunsmore, Catherine Fitch, Kevin Duhaney, Brittany Bristow, Danielle Bouffard, Gary Wilson, and several others as well in supporting roles.
The movie follows a disabled woman who struggles to adjust to the real world when she moves out of her facility with her partner, and the couple faces hardships when they decide to start their family.
The movie was released in 2003 and was decent enough for a recommendation for anyone looking for a drama movie. Profoundly Normal is available to stream on Tubi.
Accidental Love was directed by David O. Russell and starred Jessica Biel, Jake Gyllenhaal, Catherine Keener, and James Marsden in the leading roles. The movie was released on 10th February 2015, and Stephen Greene was tasked with finishing the movie when Russell was unable to do so due to some reasons.
The film follows a waitress who suffers an injury to her head due to an accident. This leads to the waitress experiencing mood swings, and so she sets on a journey to protest for everybody’s rights. The waitress ends up falling in love with a powerful politician, and hence the movie justifies its title.
The film also starred Kirstie Alley in a supporting role and was the final movie ever done by the megastar. Other members of the supporting cast include Tracy Morgan, James Brolin, Paul Roberts, David Ramsey, and a few more.
Accidental love is available for viewers to enjoy on Tubi.
The Mao Game
The Mao Game was directed by Joshua John Miller and was released in 1999. The film starred Veronica Alicino, Kirstie Alley, Shan Applegate, Ariane Von Kamp, Joshua John Miller, Mary Thompson, and various others.
The movie follows a young star who moves in with his family when his grandmother falls terminally ill. The film focuses on life in a family full of movie actors, some superhit and some with not so much flair. The Mao Game is a decent movie to pass down time and is recommended for a one-time watch.