Brittany Murphy Movies List
One way in which to have a diverse and entertaining evening is by viewing a marathon of back-to-back Brittany Murphy movies. The bubbly and sassy Italian-American actress made a splash as a teenager in the 1995 hit film "Clueless," and continued on making movies until her untimely and young passing in December of 2009 due to toxic mold. Brittany Murphy was known for movies such as "Don't Say a Word," "Just Married," "Little Black Book" and "Riding in Cars With Boys."
"Clueless" is a 1995 teen romantic comedy that was the breakout role for blonde starlet Alicia Silverstone. Along with Alicia Silverstone, Clueless also was a promising vehicle for up-and-coming Hollywood talent including Brittany Murphy, Donald Faison Paul Rudd and Stacey Dash. In "Clueless," Brittany Murphy plays Tai, the unstylish new girl in town who gets a dramatic makeover from Alicia Silverstone's dream girl character, Cher.
"Don't Say a Word" is a dramatic thriller that hit theaters in the autumn of 2001. The cast of "Don't Say a Word" consists of Brittany Murphy, Michael Douglas, Sean Bean and Jennifer Esposito. The dark flick is centered around the kidnapping of a psychologist's daughter, and the torture that the psychologist undergoes as he is forced to communicate and get through to a mentally disturbed individual in order to find out the possible "secret" regarding his missing daughter.
"Just Married" is a frothy 2003 romantic comedy that stars Ashton Kutcher and Brittany Murphy, who at that point were also a couple in real life. Other cast members include Monet Mazur, David Moscow and Christian Kane. "Just Married" is about the wacky European misadventures of a young couple on their honeymoon vacation.
"Little Black Book" is a good-natured romantic comedy that came out in the summer of 2004. In "Little Black Book," Brittany Murphy portrays Stacy, a curious young lady who sneaks around through her boyfriend's cell phone in order to find information and details regarding his ex-lovers. The cast also includes Kathy Bates, Ron Livingston, Holly Hunter and Rashida Jones.
"The Ramen Girl" is a 2008 comedy drama that was released just a year before Brittany Murphy's passing. "The Ramen Girl" takes place in Tokyo, Japan, and is about a young American woman who, on a whim after separating with her boyfriend, travels all the way to Japan to learn the art of preparing ramen, which is a type of noodle soup.
"Riding in Cars With Boys" is a 2001 drama that is based on a Beverly Donofrio novel. The plot of the film is based on a young single mother and all of her dreams and ambitions to create a new life for herself and her son. The cast includes Steve Zahn, Drew Barrymore, Sara Gilbert and Lorraine Bracco.