Jodie Foster behind a computer wearing simple plastic glasses.
|121||Open Water||2003||drama; thriller; horror||Chris Kentis||
Blanchard Ryan (playing the role of Susan) wears glasses in one scene. This role won Ryan the Saturn Award for Best Actress (2005). She won from the likes of Nicole Kidman, Kate Winslet, Julianne Moore and Uma Thurman. The movie itself was nominated for the Saturn Award for "Best Horror Film" but lost out to "Shaun of the Dead".
Daniel Travis dons glasses for a few moments in the role of Daniel.
|122||Screamers||1995||action; sf||Christian Duguay||
Bruce Boa as Secretary Green in a small part as a middle aged male with rimless glasses.
|123||Sunshine Cleaning||2008||comedy; crime||Christine Jeffs||
Alan Arkin as Joe, the protagonist's elderly father.
|124||Faubourg 36||2008||drama||Christophe Barratier||
- Unidentified actor in oval steel rimmed period glasses.
|125||Mighty Wind, A||2003||comedy; mockumentary; musical||Christopher Guest||
Eugene Levy in perfectly round steel rimmed glasses as Mitch Cohen.
|126||For Your Consideration||2006||comedy||Christopher Guest||
- Eugene Levy wears fashionable glasses with broad temples as Morley Orfkin.
|127||Shades of Darkness||2000||horror||Christopher Johnson||
Anne C. Trebilcock's puts on slightly worn metal rimmed (reading) glasses several times during the movie. Her character, Bridget Avers, is a young woman who is seeking out how she's connected to someone whose name and some other things she shares and who lived in the 19th century.
|128||Hit and Runway||1999||comedy||Christopher Livingston||
Judy Prescott as Gwen Colton. Prescott says about her character that she's " basically the leading lady in a buddy movie. " Peter Jacobson is Elliot Springer: a Jewish playwright who wears black plastic frames trying to look like Woody Allen.
|129||Dark Knight, The||2008||action; crime||Christopher Nolan||
Gary Oldman as James Gordon.
|130||Batman Begins||2005||action; crime||Christopher Nolan||
- Gary Oldman as Jim Gordon.
|131||Million Dollar Baby||2004||drama||Clint Eastwood||
Clint Eastwood's Frankie Dunn uses half frames to read Irish poetry.
|132||What's New Pussycat||1965||comedy||Clive Donner; Richard Talmadge||
Peter Sellers as Dr. Fritz Fassbender.
|133||Feet First||1930||comedy||Clyde Bruckman||
Harold Lloyd in his signature round glasses as Harold Horne.
|134||Movie Crazy||1932||comedy; romance||Clyde Bruckman; Harold Lloyd||
Harold Lloyd as Harold Hall in his trade-mark black plastic frames.
|135||Welcome Danger||1929||comedy||Clyde Bruckman; Malcolm St. Clair||
Harold Lloyd as Harold Bledsoe in his first talkie.
|136||Beast of the Yucca Flats, The||1961||horror||Coleman Francis|
|137||Nine to Five||1980||comedy||Colin Higgins||
Jane Fonda as Judy Bernly.
|138||Safety Not Guaranteed||2012||comedy||Colin Trevorrow||
|139||Actors, The||2003||comedy||Conor McPherson||
Dylan Moran in plastic glasses as Tom Quirk.
- Jean-Louis Trintignant in plastic glasses with slightly dark lenses as Le juge d'instruction (examining magistrate). - Yves Montand in turtle rimmed glasses as Z.
- Notes and inclusion based on trailer.