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Christopher Lloyd film reviews

Christopher Lloyd

American actor, director

22 October 1938
in StamfordConnecticutUnited States

American actor best-known for his roles as Emmett "Doc" Brown in the Back to the Future trilogy, Jim Ignatowski in the television series Taxi, Uncle Fester in The Addams Family and its sequel Addams Family Values, and Judge Doom in Who Framed Roger Rabbit. He has won three Primetime Emmy Awards and an Independent Spirit Award. TV series "Taxi" earned him two Emmy Awards, a third received for his role in the television series "Road to Avonlea". It is also found in the theater, has won roles in, among others, Macbeth, The Seagull and Waiting for Godot. To prepare for the role of Taber in Lot nad kukulczym gniazdem (1975), he lived in a mental institution for a few weeks and studied the patients. His maternal grandfather, Lewis Henry Lapham (1858-1934), was one of the founders of Texaco Oil Company. His maternal uncle, Roger Lapham (1883-1966), was the Mayor of San Francisco from 1944 to 1948. Is the youngest of seven children of Samuel R. Lloyd and Ruth Lapham.


One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest

as Taber

The Sting 1975

Criminal McMurphy tries to go avoid being sent to prison by faking mental illness. When he arrives to the institution he learns that even despite the strict rigor he can be himself.



as Jim Ignatowski

The Sting 1978

The lives of few New York cabbies and their scheaming dispatcher - for them every night could be dangerous, but also chance to earn some good money. We see them waiting in the garage for their cabs, following their dreams, helping each other.



as Professor Plum

The Sting 1985

Guests on a dinner party have to find which one of them is the killer. Based on a board game "Clue".


Back to the Future

as Dr. Emmett Brown

The Sting 1985

Teenager Marty McFly travels back in time with a help of eccentric scientist Doc Brown to the moment, in which his parents first met. What he does in the past can change the present reality.


Back to the Future II

as Dr. Emmett Brown

The Sting 1989

Second part of Back to the Future - same story, same concept, same characters.


Back to the Future III

as Dr. Emmett Brown

The Sting 1990

Another part of Back to the Future - this time Marty McFly is moving back in time to 19th century, where he meets his grand-grandparents.


Dennis the Menace

as Switchblade Sam

The Sting 1993

Movie created on Hank Ketcham’s long-running comic strip, cartoon show, and television comedy. Dennis Mitchell, the hell-of-a-kid is terrorizing all animals in the neighborhood and also older man living next door).


Radioland Murders

as Zoltan

The Sting 1994

During the live radio show someone is killing the people involved and it is up to a writer to solve the mystery and win back his soon to be ex-wife.


The Right to Remain Silent

as Johnny Benjamin

The Sting 1996

Young police offices starts the duty and on the first night faces cases that only on the surface seem to be simple.


Haunted Lighthouse

as Cap’n Jack

The Sting 2002

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