• Material Girls (2006)

    Two sisters, both heiresses to their father's multimillion-dollar cosmetics business, are given a taste of the real world when a scandal causes them to lose their wealth. Hilary Duff and her real-life sister Haylie Duff co-star in in this movie.
     
  • Cheaper by the Dozen 2 (2005)

    Tom (Steve Martin) and Kate Baker (Bonnie Hunt) continue to juggle the demands of an extra-large brood in this sequel that has the family meeting its nemesis in the form of the equally gigantic Murtaugh clan. Led by an overly competitive patriarch (Eugene Levy) and his sexy new wife (Carmen Electra), the Murtaughs are hell-bent on wrecking the Bakers' idyllic lake vacation in this supersized comedy co-starring Hillary Duff and Piper Perabo.
     
  • The Perfect Man (2005)

    Teenager Holly (Hilary Duff) decides to take matters into her own hands after her mom, Jean (Heather Locklear), suffers yet another painful breakup with another loser guy. To boost her mom's self-esteem, Holly invents a secret admirer -- the perfect man. She eventually borrows her friend's hunky Uncle Ben (Chris Noth) to play the suitor in order to keep her mom's spirits up, but her scheme nearly backfires when the real perfect man materializes.
     
  • Raise Your Voice (2004)

    Following the death of her brother in a car accident, a small-town teenager (Hilary Duff) spends the summer in Los Angeles studying at a performing arts school. Her experience there exposes her to a whole new world and way of life outside the sheltered existence and social circles she's always known. Co-stars John Corbett, Jason Ritter and Rita Wilson.
     
  • A Cinderella Story (2004)

    Average teen Sam Martin (Hilary Duff) lives with her stepmother (Jennifer Coolidge) and stepsisters after her father dies. Her meager social status is overshadowed by that of popular Shelby (Julie Gonzalo), a rather ditzy but very pretty girl. Things change when an intriguing hottie (Chad Michael Murray) finds Sam's cell phone, starting a text and email relationship. When the time comes for them to meet, can Sam win him over face to face?
     
  • Cheaper by the Dozen (2003)

    In this remake of the 1950 film, the Baker brood moves to Chicago after patriarch Tom (Steve Martin) gets a job coaching football at Northwestern University. His writer wife, Mary (Bonnie Hunt), and the couple's twelve children seem to adjust well, until work demands cause the parents to be home more sparingly, leaving the kids frustrated, bored and increasingly mischievous. Also stars Hilary Duff and Tom Welling (of television's "Smallville").
     
  • The Lizzie McGuire Movie (2003)

    Charming Lizzie McGuire (Hilary Duff) and her pals Gordo, Kate and Ethan go on the ultimate Roman holiday in this Walt Disney comedy. While there, Lizzie's mistaken for pop music icon Isabella and is soon transformed into a star. She also falls for a cute Italian boy, much to the chagrin of Gordo, who realizes just how much he likes Lizzie. In the end, Lizzie must choose between the glam life she can lead or the good life she's left behind.
     
  • Agent Cody Banks (2003)

    Nerdy teenager Cody Banks (Frankie Muniz) is recruited by the U.S. government to be a special agent for missions that require the talents of, well, nerdy teens. Angie Harmon plays the adult trainer who teaches the elite corps of adolescent spies, and Darrell Hammond (of TV's "Saturday Night Live") is the gadget master at the training school (think "Q" from the Bond movies). Hilary Duff co-stars.
     
  • Cadet Kelly (2002) (TV)

    When her mother weds a retired general (Gary Cole), cool and carefree teen Kelly Collins (Hilary Duff) gets new marching orders and is shipped off to a military academy in upstate New York. But Kelly's freewheeling ways quickly put her at odds with her callous, by-the-book squadron leader (Christy Carlson Romano). Before you can say "atten-hut," their scuffles turn into an all-out war in this made-for-cable family comedy directed by Larry Shaw.
     
  • Human Nature (2001)

    Talk about bizarre love quadrangles... This one involves a woman (Patricia Arquette) covered with body hair, a behavioral scientist (Tim Robbins) who's trying to teach mice table etiquette, his French laboratory assistant (Miranda Otto) who harbors a secret, and a feral man-creature (Rhys Ifans) who was raised in the wild like an ape. Eccentric doesn't begin to describe this movie -- better get out the tapering shears!
     
  • The Soul Collector (1999)

     
    Zachariah, makes a few mistakes and it is decided that he is to live as a human being for thirty days. Mordecai is his supervisor. Rebecca's husband died and Zachariah the soul collector, or, the angel of the death helped him to make the transition between heaven and earth. There are some complications with Rebecca's farm and Zachariah helps her out.
     
  • Casper Meets Wendy (1998)

    When evil warlock Desmond Spellman vows to destroy Wendy the Good Little Witch, she and her witless witch aunts hide out at Sunny Brite Resort, where the vacationing ghostly trio has been scaring up mega-mischief -- and making Casper's afterlife miserable. Even though Casper and Wendy are told that ghosts and witches just don't get along, when these two "kindred spirits" meet, it's the beginning of a boo-tiful friendship!