In food as in life, sometimes the missing ingredient is love. An American woman is stranded in Tokyo after breaking up with her boyfriend. Searching for direction in life, she trains to be a ramen chef under a tyrannical Japanese master. Read review by Read review by no one !?
Murphy is no stranger to voice-over work (she's been part of "King of the Hill" since 1997), and in George Miller's hit film she gets to show off more of her impressive pipes, singing in character.And she's a penguin! Read review by Flash
Jacks, who spent her childhood in America, now lives and works in London, at British Vogue, and shares an apartment with her gay friend Peter Simon, a screenwriter. Read review by Read review by no one !?
Though she spent only a few days filming her role in Robert Rodriguez's film noir, Murphy made an impact as Shellie, the barmaid caught between Jackie Boy and Dwight in the dark, comic book-style film. Read review by AgentLexi
Murphy went from riches-to-rags as the spoiled, wealthy Molly, a daughter of a deceased rock star, who upon losing her fortune, is forced to become a nanny to an uptight 8-year-old (Dakota Fanning). Ultra-spontaneous and irresponsible (yet oh-so-charming) at first, Molly manages to grow up while her precocious charge learns how to be a kid. Read review by PvtCaboose91
Though not a box office success, Murphy and co-star Ashton Kutcher made the most of their time together, dating for a time after the film wrapped (and hosting MTV's New Year Eve coverage in 2002). Read review by Read review by no one !?
Eminem's acclaimed film debut gave Murphy the chance to work more closely than ever with the music world, something that's been close to her heart since childhood. Brittany Murphy in a scene with rapper-actor Eminem in the 2002 film, '8 Mile.' Murphy plays Alex, an aspiring model and Eminem's love interest. Read review by ANBU Sasaki
An out-of-control speed freak (Schwartzman) is introduced his drug of choice's creator (Rourke) by his dealer (Leguizamo). A massive three-day adventure ensues (with Fugit, Murphy, and Suvari in tow). Read review by Hexenkult
Brittany Murphy plays Elisabeth Burrows, a woman suffering from post traumatic stress disorder, who holds valuable code that could save her psychiatrist's family in the 2001 psychological thriller, 'Don't Say a Word.'. While she didn't have much screen time in this Michael Douglas thriller, Murphy's few utterances became some of the most oft-repeated movie lines of the year "I'll never tell.". Read review by no one !?
This film teamed Murphy as Fay Forrester with kindred free spirit Drew Barrymore. Murphy recalled her relationship with Barrymore as "Love at first sight. We got along like a house on fire from the second we met." Read review by Read review by no one !?
For her film debut, Murphy played shy teen Tai, the proverbial new girl in town, in Amy Heckerling's instant teen classic.She was only 15.It was the role that kicked off Murphy's promising career. Read review by PvtCaboose91
Gone too soon.Tribute to this beautiful angel who just happened to be an amazing actress.
I made this list in memory of one of my favourite actresses!!! BRITTANY MURPHY