All movies starring Thomas Haden Church
Serial Killing 4 Dummys (2004) ★ 5.3
High school student Casey Noland agonized over the choice of profession for a long time and finally decided to become... a serial killer! But there is a small problem - he cannot bring himself to hurt anyone. With the help of his friend Sasha, the guy tries to learn this difficult craft, and meanwhile a real serial killer shows up in town. Casey thinks he knows who it is.
Sideways (2004) ★ 7.5
Miles Raymond, a loser writer and slowly drinking high school literature teacher, takes his best friend, retired actor Jack, on a trip to the wineries of California. Jack needs to relax before his wedding scheduled in a week. The two buddies have no idea what lies ahead and how much this week will change their lives.
Max (2015) ★ 6.7
The story of a dog that helped soldiers in Afghanistan. After a tragic accident, the dog is taken home by the family of the soldier responsible for it.
All About Steve (2009) ★ 4.8
Convinced that a CCN cameraman is her true love, an eccentric crossword puzzler trails him as he travels all over the country, hoping to convince him that they belong together.
We Bought a Zoo (2011) ★ 7.1
Set in Southern California, a father moves his young family to the countryside to renovate and re-open a struggling zoo.
Heaven Is for Real (2014) ★ 5.8
A small-town father must find the courage and conviction to share his son's extraordinary, life-changing experience with the world.
Smart People (2008) ★ 6.1
Lawrence Wetherhold is miserable and misanthropic: he's a widower, a pompous professor at Carnegie Mellon, an indifferent father to a college student and a high-school senior, and the reluctant brother of a ne'er-do-well who's come to town. A seizure and a fall send Lawrence to the emergency room where the physician, a former student of his, ends up going on a date with him. His daughter, Vanessa, lonely and friendless, who's been bonding with his brother, tries to sabotage dad and the doctor's relationship, but Lawrence is good at that without help. Is there any way these smart people can get a life? Can happiness be pursued beneath layers of irony?