Stiller's actually married to frequent costar Christine Taylor, whose appearance here in a black vinyl minidress is everything we've all been wanting since Hey Dude.
Key Scene: "White's Courtship of Kate"
Also Classics: There's Something About Mary, The Royal Tenenbaums
It's easy to overlook as just another big-budget family picture, but with a script by The State's Ben Garant and Thomas Lennon and an amazing all-star cast that includes Ricky Gervais, Steve Coogan, and Dick Van Dyke, it's a lot better than it has to be.
In order to secure his role as Theodore Roosevelt, Robin Williams allegedly killed and ate Brian Cox, just as Teddy did with political rival Mark Hanna to secure the Republican Party nomination in 1904.
Also Underrated: Mystery Men, The Zero Effect
Key Scene: "Monkey Slap-Fight"
How exactly a movie that hammers the same joke into the ground for 104 minutes got to be one of Stiller's most successful is a mystery, but the fact that somebody thought it provided enough material for a sequel? That boggles the mind.
As pictured in the movie, a Tom Collins is made with two parts gin, one part lemon juice, a dash of sugar and chilled soda water to taste. Knock back eight or nine of those bad boys, and suddenly a cat using a toilet gets a lot funnier.
Also Overrated: Flirting With Disaster, Reality Bites
Jack Black gets unbelievably rich inventing an aerosol spray that instantly dissolves dog s**t, Ben Stiller accidentally kills a horse with a bow and arrow, and Christopher Walken, of course, is "The J-Man." So essentially, this is the longest SNL sketch ever produced.
With some of the funniest people in Hollywood behind it, Envy might not be as bad as its reputation would lead you to believe, but it's pretty much the definition of wasted potential
Jack Black publicly apologized for Envy at the Cannes Film Festival. Meanwhile, his work in 2001's Shallow Hal goes unpunished. Where's your justice now, Hollywood?
Also Total Crap: Keeping the Faith, Meet the Fockers