A Thousand Words

A Thousand Words

Director: Brian Robbins Cast: Eddie Murphy, Kerry Washington, Cliff Curtis

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Product Details

Release Date: 09/12/2017
UPC: 0032429282019
Original Release: 2012
Rating: PG-13
Source: Paramount
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
Time: 1:31:00
Sales rank: 32,364

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Eddie Murphy Jack McCall
Kerry Washington Caroline McCall
Cliff Curtis Dr. Sinja
Clark Duke Aaron Wiseberger
Allison Janney Samantha Davis
Ruby Dee Annie McCall
Emanuel Ragsdale Tyler McCall
Kayla Blake Emily
Winston Rocha Gaudencio
Bethany Dwyer Mary
Alain Chabat Christian Leger de la Touffe
Lennie Loftin Robert Gilmore
David Burke Gil Reed
Phil Reeves Don Parker
Brian Gallivan Tony
Steven M. Gagnon Ira
Katheryn Cain Katie
Eshaya Draper Young Jack
Darcy Rose Byrnes 10 Year Old Girl
Sarah Scott Davis Young Annie
Justin Robbins Boy
Miles Robbins Boy
Brian Norris Steven
Jill Basey Woman in Starbucks
Greg Collins Construction Worker
Robert Lequang Starbucks Customer
Michael G. Wilkinson Starbucks Customer
Lyndsey Nelson Starbucks Customer
Michael Gilbert Starbucks Customer
Lou Saliba Shrink
John Gatins Valet
Mitchell Fink Male Agent
Edi Patterson Young Female Agent
Emily Burton Crying Student
Tracy Mulholland Young Student
Brad Keimach Sinja Aide
Dilip Jha Sinja Aide
Jorge Alvarez Mariachi Band Leader
Leonard Earl Howze Orderly
Jack McBrayer Starbucks Barista
John Witherspoon Blind Man
Thierry Segall French Businessman
Noel Courteblanche French Businessman
Sara Holden Hostess
Jeff Kahn Waiter
Matt Winston Kid Space Teacher
Daniel Hepner Sensitive Dad #1
Eric Archibald Sensitive Dad #2
Philip Pavel Overly Enthused Dad
Raquel Bell Kid Space Mom
Kamala Jones Hotel Employee
Kharrison Sweeney Rotund Man
Daniel Saltos Gaudencio Assistant
Lauren Schuchman Waitress
Ted Kennedy Homeless Man
Jane Bartelme Nun
Skip Richard Crank Ice Cream Vendor
Floyd Levine Man On Pier
Bunny Levine Woman On Pier

Technical Credits
Brian Robbins Director,Producer
Jane Bartelme Executive Producer
Ned Bastille Editor
Juel Bestrop Casting
Caroline Bresard Associate Producer
Nicolas Cage Producer
Alain Chabat Producer
Stephanie Danan Producer
John Debney Score Composer
Nicolas Giraudi Associate Producer
Norm Golightly Producer
Clay Griffith Production Designer
Marc Haimes Co-producer
Steve Koren Screenwriter
Elliot Koretz Sound/Sound Designer
Clark Mathis Cinematographer
Kelley Mitchell Makeup
Jay Pelissier Art Director
Rob Sissman Set Decoration/Design
Vera Steimberg Makeup
Sharla Sumpter-Bridgett Producer
Mary Vogt Costumes/Costume Designer
Madonna Wade-Reed Musical Direction/Supervision
Lars P. Winther Asst. Director,Co-producer
Seth Yanklewitz Casting

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- A Thousand Words
1. Chapter 1 [:00]
2. Chapter 2 [:00]
3. Chapter 3 [:00]
4. Chapter 4 [:02]
5. Chapter 5 [:00]
6. Chapter 6 [:00]
7. Chapter 7 [7:33]
8. Chapter 8 [5:30]
9. Chapter 9 [8:29]
10. Chapter 10 [6:39]
11. Chapter 11 [6:33]
12. Chapter 12 [6:46]
13. Chapter 13 [3:31]
14. Chapter 14 [1:25]
15. Chapter 15 [6:56]
16. Chapter 16 [6:40]
17. Chapter 17 [9:07]
18. Chapter 18 [5:34]
19. Chapter 19 [6:58]
20. Chapter 20 [4:54]
21. Chapter 21 [4:43]
22. Chapter 22 [:00]

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A Thousand Words 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
RobbieBobby44 More than 1 year ago
Mr. Murphy's voice was/is his path to success. Sure, he can do some physical comedy but in this movie, when his (impressive) imitation of bird sounds and various facial expressions and moods have to carry the film, that's not so good. I did get a few laughs out of this show and really liked the message as it got serious toward the end because, like his character (SPOILER ALERT), I still haven't been fully able to forgive someone who abandoned me many years ago, but this movie certainly doesn't match up to something like The Nutty Professor. Overall it's a decent family film but, of course, there are some heavy doses of rough language here and there...