Bruce Almighty (2003)

He's got the power.

Original Title : Bruce Almighty
Director : Tom Shadyac
Writer : Steve Koren
Mark O'Keefe
Steve Koren
Mark O'Keefe
Steve Oedekerk
Genre : Comedy
Country : USA
Language : English
Producer : Gary Barber , Roger Birnbaum , Michael Bostick , James D. Brubaker , Jim Carrey , Linda Fields , Steve Koren , Mark O'Keefe , Steve Oedekerk , Tom Shadyac , Jonathan Watson , Janet L. Wattles
Music : Toni C.
John Debney
Andrew Dorfman
Elvis Presley
Fatboy Slim
Photography : Dean Semler
MPAA Rating : Rated PG-13 for language, sexual content and some crude humor.
IMDB ID : 0315327
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Jim Carrey Bruce Nolan
Morgan Freeman God
Jennifer Aniston Grace Connelly
Philip Baker Hall Jack Baylor
Catherine Bell Susan Ortega
Lisa Ann Walter Debbie
Steven Carell Evan Baxter
Nora Dunn Ally Loman
Eddie Jemison Bobby
Paul Satterfield Dallas Coleman
Mark Kiely Fred Donohue
Sally Kirkland Anita Mann
Tony Bennett Himself
Timothy Di Pri Bruce's Cameraman (as Timothy DiPri
Brian Tahash Bruce's Soundman
Lou Felder Pete Fineman
Lillian Adams Mama Kowolski
Christopher Darga Vol Kowolski
Jack Jozefson Homeless Man
Mark Adair-Rios Hood
Enrique Almeida Hood
Noel Gugliemi Hood
Rolando Molina Hood
Emilio Rivera Hood
Albert P. Santos Hood
Madeline Lovejoy Zoe
Jovan Allie Martin
Koby Allie Martin
Dan Desmond Bill, Ferry Owner
Selma Stern Irene Dansfield
Alfred Dennis Old Man
Rina Fernandez Pretty Woman
Robert Curtis-Brown Phil Sidleman
Michael Brownlee Newscaster
Ted Garcia Newscaster
Maria Quiban Newscaster
Shaun Robinson Newscaster
Saida Pagan Newscaster (as Saida Rodriguez-Pagan
Ken Rudulph Newscaster
Gina St. John Newscaster
Michael Villani Newscaster
Christina Grandy Office Staffer
Jamison Yang Office Staffer
Bette Rae Hazel
Andrew Romero Hateley Teenager (as Andrew Hateley
Nick Huff Teenager
Greg Collins Coach Tucker
Dougald Park Stalled Car Guy
Susan Ware Party Woman
John Rosenfeld Business Man
Mary Pat Gleason Heavyish Woman
Carey Scott Partying Sports Guy
David A. Clemons Rioter
Bradley Stryker College Rioter
Laura Carson Nurse
Zachary Aaron Krebs Paramedic
Ben Livingston Paramedic
Nelson Mashita Doctor
Glen Yrigoyen Trainer
Dohn Norwood Police Training Center Officer
Michael Olifiers Police Training Center Officer
David Carrera Phil's Cameraman
Howard S. Lefstein Phil's Soundman
Miah Won Connie, Masseuse
Darcy Fowers Attractive Woman at Restaurant
Laura-Shay Griffin Attractive Woman at Restaurant
Darius Rose Tyler
Micayla Bowden Day Care Kid
Samantha Boyarsky Day Care Kid
Dylan Ferguson Day Care Kid
Cubbie Kile Day Care Kid
Emily Needham Day Care Kid
Alex Villiers Day Care Kid
Monique Daniels Day Care Teacher (as Moe Daniels
Ara Celi Woman at Party
Jessica Leigh Mattson Woman at Party
Allison McCurdy Woman at Party
Patti O'Donnell Woman at Party
Janelle Perzina Woman at Party
Annie Wersching Woman at Party
Ashley Yegan Woman at Party
Micah Williams Boy on Bike
William Thomas Jr. Technical Director
Tom Beyer Stage Manager
Max Grodénchik Control Room Operator
Michael Bofshever Control Room Operator
Colby French Control Room Operator
Manny Suárez Control Room Operator
Shashawnee Hall Camera operator
Don Dowe Camera operator
Vanna Salviati Bobby's Aunt
P.J. Byrne Panicked Newsroom Staffer
Carrie Quinn Dolin Teleprompter Operator
Scott DeFoe K-9 Tech
Michael Guarnera .... Riot Leader) 
Allen Lulu Office Staffer
Lisa Cassidy Supermarket Clerk (DVD deleted scenes
Dimas Diaz Valet
Adrian Neil James (uncredited


Bruce Nolan (Carrey), a television reporter in Buffalo, N.Y.,is discontented with almost everything in life despite his popularity and the love of his girlfriend, Grace (Aniston) . At the end of the worst day of his life, Bruce angrily ridicules and rages against God and God responds. God appears in human form (Freeman) and, endowing Bruce with divine powers, challenges Bruce to take on the big job to see if he can do it any better. Bruce Nolan is a television reporter, who is currently assigned what he considers to be undignified assignments, that has him being the butt of a joke. When he is told that he is being considered for the position of anchorman, he goes out to do a live feed but when it is announced that Evan Baxter was going to be the new anchorman, and he freaks out. He gets fired, beaten up, and so on. In the end he blames God. God then decides to give Bruce his powers. Bruce then wreaks havoc and is enjoying it. He sabotages Evan and gets the job of anchorman. But when he realizes that he has to deal with what has got to be God's most arduous task, listening and answering prayers. When he tries to grant everybody what they want, turmoil ensues. And while Bruce is getting everything he wants, he has been ignoring his girlfriend, Grace and loses her. And it seems that the only thing that he can't do, is alter a person's free will, so if he wants her back, he has to do it the hard way. A newscaster for the Channel 7 Eyewitness News complains about how God has only made his life a total waste. Well, Bruce Nolan, played by Jim Carrey, gets that chance after he freaks out on live TV, is fired and is offered a new job by an unknown place. He meets God and is given all the powers of God. At first he loves it. He can do anything but when he discovers others in Buffalo who are praying, he learns that maybe this job of being God isn't really that easy. Bruce is a down on his luck TV news reporter. In a fit of desperation he challenges God and vents that if only he had God's power, he could solve all his problems. God responds to his challenge and allows Bruce to take on his powers to prove himself. Bruce soon learns that being God is very challenging.


Morgan Freeman, Catherine Bell, Steven Carell, Philip Baker Hall, Lisa Ann Walter, Nora Dunn, Sally Kirkland.High concept comedy with Carrey as a put-upon Buffalo, NY news personality who feels God is out to get him gets his ultimate complaint put to the test when He (a game Foreman) gives his powers on loan to see what he would do in His place.Laughs aplenty especially the ‘,monkey scene' (‘,nuff said, don't want to ruin it for those who haven't seen it yet), which deserves a spot in the cinematic vault.Aniston adds a fine balance for Carrey to bounce off as his long-suffering yet supportive girlfriend and unctuous jerk news anchor Carell steals the show as a victim to the suddenly pious Carrey's shenanigans by having a speaking-in-tongues fit on-air that also should be filed away in the film vault. A fine screenplay by Steve Koren, Mark O'Keefe and Steve Oedekerk allow Carrey to riff with his spastic slapstick and go-for-the funny bone one-liners as well as re-uniting with director Tom Shadyac who lets Jim get his ya-yas out.
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