Film: Columbia Pictures, 2000
Director: Betty Thomas
Role: Gwen Cummings
Plot: A big-city newspaper columnist is forced to enter a drug and alcohol rehab center after stealing a limousine and crashing it into a house.
TV series: Columbia TriStar, 1999
Director: Ted Demme, Bryan Gordon
Bionic Showdown: The Six Million Dollar Man and the Bionic Woman
TV movie: NBC, 1989
Director: Alan J. Levi
Role: Kate Mason
Plot: The Bionic Woman and the Six Million Dollar Man reunite – with a few younger bionic assistants – and try to catch a bionic spy.
Brooklyn Love Story: see Who Shot Patakango?
Film: Warner Brothers, 1993
Director: Marco Brambilla
Role: Lenina Huxley
Plot: Frozen in 1996, Phoenix, a convicted killer is “thawed” out for parole well into the 21st century. Revived into a crime free society, Phoenix resumes his murderous rampage, and no one can stop him. Spartan, the cop who captured Phoenix in 1996 has also been cryogenically frozen, this time for a crime he didn’t commit. In desperation they turn to Spartan to help recapture Phoenix. Sandra Bullock as the policewoman.
Plot: A woman is late all the time. To make sure she gets to her wedding she hires a psychiatrist but falls in love with him.
Fire on the Amazon (a.k.a. Lost Paradise)
Film: Concorde-New Horizons, 1991(2000)
Director: Luis Llosa
Plot: Deep in the hot and steamy Amazon jungle, Alyssa (Sandra Bullock) helps a brash photojournalist investigate the assassination of a famous environmentalist, at the risk of their own lives.
Film: Dreamworks Studio, 1999
Director: Bronwen Hughes
Role: Sarah Lewis
Plot: Ben Holmes, a professional book-jacket blurbologist, is trying to get to Savannah for his wedding. He just barely catches the last plane, but a seagull flies into the engine as the plane is taking off. All later flights are cancelled because of an approaching hurricane, so he is forced to hitch a ride in a Geo Metro with an attractive but eccentric woman named Sarah (Sandra Bullock).
Film: Fortis Films / Disney, 2000
Director: Eric Blakeney
Plot: Charlie Mayo (Liam Neeson) is an undercover agent with the DEA who was nearly killed when a sting set up to nail a gang of drug dealers went horribly wrong. The accident left Charlie shaken, and he’s gone into therapy to hold himself together as he struggles through one final case before retiring. Charlie’s superior (Mitch Pileggi) has set him up on another undercover assignment as he tries to bring in two Colombian drug kingpins and a low-level Mafiosi with delusions of grandeur (Oliver Platt). As Charlie makes his way through therapy, he’s referred to a nurse (Sandra Bullock) interested in New Age healing techniques; now he has love on his mind as he tries to keep himself out of harm’s way under increasingly dangerous circumstances.
Film: Cinema Sciences Corporation, 1987
Director: J. Christian Ingvordsen
Role: Lisa Edwards
Plot: Rob Greene has information about an undercover terror team inside the CIA led by Joe Connelly. To stay alive with the knowledge, he is advised to stay undercover by his supervisor Andrews. Connelly’s men try to kill Greene, but he can escape and warns his son Danny that he also may be in danger and that he should look for Dog Thompson, an old military friend of Greene’s. Together with Thompson and Bone Conn, another ex-soldier, Danny tries to escape Connelly’s henchmen. Meanwhile, Connelly figures that Danny’s friend Lisa (Sandra Bullock) would make a good target in order to get Danny and also his father.
Film: Twentieth Century-Fox / Fortis Films, 1998
Director: Forest Whitaker
Role: Birdee Pruitt
Plot: The story of a woman (Sandra Bullock) who comes back to her home town in Smithville, Texas after a very sloppy and painful divorce with her daughter and has to deal with the people in her town.
In Love and War
Film: New Line Cinema, 1996
Director: Richard Attenborough
Role: Agnes von Kurowsky
Plot: Reporter Ernest Hemingway is an ambulance driver in Italy during World War I. While bravely risking his life in the line of duty, he is injured and ends up in the hospital, where he falls in love with his nurse, Agnes von Kurowsky.
TV series: NBC, 1990
Director: Buzz Kulik
Plot: Based on the novels “Chances” and “Lucky” by Jackie Collins, this miniseries features the rise of Gino Santangelo in the Las Vegas casino industry, and his daughter Lucky’s subsequent struggle to maintain the family empire. Sandra Bullock as Gino’s wife/Lucky’s mother.
Film: Miramax, 1996
Film: Twentieth Century-Fox, 1991
Director: Dale Launer
Role: Diane Farrow
Plot: Tate Donovan, a geek biochemist with no luck at all with women, is persuaded by his friends to visit a gypsy, Madame Ruth. She gives him “Love Potion No. 8”, an elixir which can potentially force anyone of the opposite sex to instantly fall in love with him. He shares the potion with his friend, Diane (Sandra Bullock), and together they embark on a “scientific evaluation” that gets out of hand.
Film: Independent short film, 1995
Director: Matthew Carnahan
Film: Fortis Films, 1998
Director: Sandra Bullock
Role: Melba Club
Plot: Sandra Bullock and Matthew McConaughey make sandwiches in a small kitchen while watching television, where Eric Roberts, in drag aping his sister, reports on the weather.
Film: RSVP Productions, 1992
Director: Frank Rainone
Film: Castle Rock Entertainment / Fortis Films, 2000
Director: Hugh Wilson
Plot: An FBI agent must go undercover in the Miss New Jersey beauty pageant to prevent a group from bombing the event.
TV series: Jim Henson Productions, 1996
Director: Greg V. Fera, Gary Halvorson
Plot: Kermit the Frog is still running a Variety show, only this time, it’s in the 90’s! Features many of the very familiar Muppet characters, including Miss Piggy, Gonzo, Animal, Rowlf, Beaker, and more.
Film: Columbia Pictures, 1995
Director: Irwin Winkler
Role: Angela Bennett
Plot: Like all of us, Angela Bennett (Sandra Bullock) lives in the age of information. Every trace of her existence is computerized. Everything about her is encoded somewhere on a complex network of information. It’s something Angela never thought about… until the day she was deleted…
With the explosion of technological advances in the last few years, “The Net” is a story virtually torn from today’s headlines. It takes place in a world in which anything, from ordering a pizza to retrieving records from half-way across the planet, can be accomplished through the vast and complicated map of phone lines and computers known as the Internet; a world in which, with the right knowledge and the right program, a good hacker can log into remote computers and alter any information they choose: flight plans, medical and criminal records, top secret government information, even someone’s identity…
Stage play: WPA Theatre (New York), 1988
Film: Warner Brothers / Fortis Films, 1998
Director: Griffin Dunne
Role: Sally Owens
Plot: Owens women have been blamed for everything that has gone wrong in their Massachusetts town for two hundred years, ever since their ancestor arrived, rich, independent, the aunts are ostracized daily by the same townspeople who sneak to their house at night for magical love cures. Sally (Sandra Bullock) and Gillian (Nicole Kidman) Owens have always known they were different. Raised by their aunts (Dianne Wiest and Stockard Channing) after their parents’ death, the sisters grew up in a household that was anything but typical – their aunts fed them chocolate cake for breakfast and taught them the uses of practical magic. But the invocation of the Owens’ sorcery also carries a price – some call it a curse: the men they fall in love with are doomed to an untimely death. Now adult women with very different personalities, the quiet Sally and the fiery Gillian must use all of their powers to fight the family curse and a swarm of supernatural forces that threatens the lives of all the Owens women.
The Preppie Murder
TV movie: ABC, 1989
Director: John Herzfeld
The Prince of Egypt
Animated film: Dreamworks Studio, 1998
Director: Brenda Chapman, Steve Hickner
Role: Character voice (Miriam)
Plot: Egypt, eons of years ago: Pharao Seti commands all male hebrew babies to be drowned. A desperate mother places her son in a basket and lets the Hebrew god guide it along its way on the river. The basket is found by the Queen, and Moses is brought up as a brother to the heir of the throne, Ramses. Years later, the brothers, who grew up happily and wealthy, are split by Moses’ recognition of his true heritage and the suppressing system his brother is about to inherit, willing to carry it on. Fleeing from the city in despair, Moses finds himself being called by god. He is given the task of being the messenger in order to free the Hebrews and to lead them into a country where milk and honey flow.
Religion, Inc. (a.k.a. A Fool and His Money)
Film: Chronicle Films, 1989
Director: Daniel Adams
Role: Debby Cosgrove
Plot: While watching TV, ex-adman Morris Codman (Jonathan Penner) receives a message from God. Advised by the Almighty to go into business for himself, Codman inaugurates his own religion, founded on a philosophy of selfishness. Sandra Bullock as Codman’s girlfriend.
Ruby Wax Meets
TV series: BBC, 1996
Film: Twentieth Century-Fox, 1994
Director: Jan de Bont
Plot: LAPD cops Jack Traven and Harry Temple rescue a group of executives trapped in a sabotaged elevator, thus foiling mad bomber Howard Payne’s ransom demands. In retaliation, Payne sets a new challenge for Traven: a bomb on a city bus which will arm itself when the bus reaches 50 mph, and which will explode if the bus drops below that speed or if any of the passengers try to escape. Sandra Bullock as the passenger/bus driver.
Speed 2: Cruise Control
Film: Twentieth Century-Fox, 1997
Director: Jan de Bont
Role: Annie Porter
Plot: Annie (Sandra Bullock) is the queen of “destructive” relationships. Her new beau, L.A. cop Alex Shaw (Jason Patric), is about to find out that a cruise with Annie is no vacation. With millions of dolars of jewels on board and madman’s plan for revenge in action, this is a trip Alex and Annie will never forget. All communication systems are down. Water is surging into the hull. With a crazed John Geiger (Willem Dafoe) in control, Annie and Alex are doing everything in their power to keep this ship afloat. Annie is being held at gunpoint, and the Seabourn Legend is headed straight for an oil tanker. The passengers on board and all those vacationing in a nearby beachfront paradise are counting on one L.A. cop to steer them out of harm’s way…
Stolen Hearts: see Two If by Sea
The Thing Called Love
Film: Paramount, 1993
Director: Peter Bogdanovich
Role: Linda Lue Linden
Plot: In Nashville, there are 10,000 singer-songwriters chasing success… with one chance in a million of getting it. For Miranda Presley (Samantha Mathis), that’s one chance worth taking. Fresh from New York City, Miranda befriends three fellow hopefuls; shy Connecticut cowboy Kyle Davidson (Dermot Mulroney); Southern belle Linda Lue Linden (Sandra Bullock); and James Wright (River Phoenix); a cocky Texan with brooding good looks and a honeyed voice. Together they begin a rocky ride down Music City’s well-warn highway, finding hope, heartbreak, happiness… and the thing called love.
Stage Play: East Carolina University, 1985
Film: Warner Brothers, 1996
Director: Joel Schumacher
Role: Ellen Roark
Plot: Matthew McConaughey, a young, attractive and highly skilled attorney is faced with the toughest case of his life, one that on many occassions may also threaten it. In the southern Mississippi town of Clanton, the KKK is active and the tension is high when the black majority is angered at the raping and slaying of a black man’s 10 year old daughter. Against Jack’s advice the distraught father takes revenge, gunning down the two criminals in the local courthouse. Racial hatred hightens with the suspense and conflict threatens to break out regardless of the verdict. Jack must decide, along with his new, eager assistant (Sandra Bullock) whether he and his family can run the risk of defending the man.
Two If by Sea (a.k.a. Stolen Hearts)
Film: Warner Brothers, 1996
Director: Bill Bennett
Plot: Frank O’Brien, a petty thief, and his 7-year-long girlfriend Roz (Sandra Bullock) want to put an end to their unsteady lifestyle and just do that _last_ job, which involves stealing a valuable painting. Frank takes Roz to an island on the coast of New England, where he wants to sell the painting and also hopes that their sagging relationship will get a positive push back up. Not everything goes as planned, as some thugs and the FBI try to recover the painting and Roz gets attracted not only to the landscape…
Film: Twentieth Century-Fox, 1993
Director: George Sluizer
Role: Diane Shaver
Plot: Barney teaches chemistry, and is planning to abduct a woman. Despite methodical planning and countless trial runs he always manages to mess things up. Then Diane (Sandra Bullock), who is traveling with her boyfriend Jeff, unwittingly makes herself an easy target. The story is mainly from Jeff’s viewpoint, as he searches for Diane. Barney watches him.
Film: Strand, 1992
Director: Matthew Irmas
Plot: M.J. lives together with her girlfriends Amanda (Sandra Bullock) and Frankie in a house in Beverly Hills. While she tries to keep her career going, her personal life is becoming a mess. Things start to heat up when Frankie gets involved with an ex-lover of M.J. and M.J. cannot take her fingers off of him.
Film: Hollywood Pictures, 1995
Director: Jon Turteltaub
Role: Lucy Moderatz
Plot: When a young girl (Sandra Bullock), tired of her day-to-day doldrums sees the perfect dreamy man get into an accident and go into a coma, she assumes the role of his fiancee, to the great surprise of his family – especially to his brother who is smitten with her beauty and charm.
Film: Castle Hill Productions, 1990
Director: Robert Brooks
Role: Devlin Moran
TV series: NBC, 1990
Director: Matthew Diamond, Bob Berlinger
Role: Tess McGill
Plot: This situation comedy based on the popular film featured more of the adventures of secretary Tess McGill (Sandra Bullock) in the office setting.
Film: Warner Brothers, 1993
Director: Randa Haines
Plot: Frank, a retired irish seaman and Walter, a retired cubanean barber are two lonely old men trapped in the emptyness of their own lives. When they meet in a park Frank is able to start a conversation after several attempts. They begin to spend their time together and become friends. But because of their different characters they often quarrel with each other and finally separate after Frank misbehaves to Walter’s friend Elaine (Sandra Bullock).
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more Sandra Bullock Movies List
The Preppie Murder (TV), 1989
Bionic Showdown: The Six Million Dollar Man and the Bionic Woman (TV), 1989
Who Shot Patakango?, 1990
Religion, Inc. (aka A Fool and His Money), 1990
“Working Girl”, 1990
“Jackie Collins’ Lucky/Chances” (mini), 1990
Love Potion No. 9 , 1991
Who Do I Gotta Kill? (aka Me and the Mob), 1992
When the Party’s Over, 1992
Wrestling Ernest Hemingway, 1993
The Vanishing, 1993
The Thing Called Love, 1993
Fire on the Amazon, 1993
Demolition Man, 1993
While you Were Sleeping, 1995
The Net, 1995
Two if by Sea, 1996
A Time to Kill, 1996
Kate and Leopald, 1996
In Love and War, 1996
The Prince of Egypt (Voice of Miriam), 1998
Hope Floats, 1998
Practical Magic, 1998
Gun Shy, 1999
Exactly 3:30, 1999
Forces of Nature, 1999