Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events

Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events

108 mins | Comedy, Adventure, Family | Dec. 16, 2004

Three wealthy children's parents are killed in a fire. When they are sent to a distant relative, they find out that he is plotting to kill them and seize their fortune.

Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events

108 mins | Comedy, Adventure, Family | Dec. 16, 2004

Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events
Three wealthy children's parents are killed in a fire. When they are sent to a distant relative, they find out that he is plotting to kill them and seize their fortune.
IMDb rating 6.8
Producers Paramount, DreamWorks Pictures, Scott Rudin Productions, Nickelodeon Movies, Kumar Mobiliengesellschaft mbH & Co. Projekt Nr. 2 KG, Parkes+MacDonald Image Nation
Original title Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events
Directors Brad Silberling, Michele Panelli-Venetis, Benjamin Goldman, Rusty Mahmood, Timothy R. Price
Writers Robert Gordon, Daniel Handler, Giacomo G. Ghiazza, Narges Takesh

Cast

Emily Browning

as Violet Baudelaire

Liam Aiken

as Klaus Baudelaire

Jim Carrey

as Count Olaf / Dr. Stephano / Captain Sham

Meryl Streep

as Josephine Anwhistle

Jude Law

as Lemony Snicket (voice)

Kara Hoffman

as Sunny Baudelaire

Shelby Hoffman

as Sunny Baudelaire

Timothy Spall

as Mr. Poe

Billy Connolly

as Dr. Montgomery Montgomery

Luis Guzmán

as Bald Man

Jennifer Coolidge

as White-Faced Women

Jane Adams

as White-Faced Women

Craig Ferguson

as Person of Indeterminate Gender

Jamie Harris

as Hook-Handed Man

Catherine O'Hara

as Justice Strauss

Cedric the Entertainer

as Constable

Bob Clendenin

as Grocery Clerk

Lenny Clarke

as Gruff Grocer

Fred Gallo

as Le juge

John Dexter

as Gustav

Deborah Theaker

as Mrs. Poe

Wayne Flemming

as Captain Sam

Jaimarie Bjorge

as Dream Gypsy (uncredited)

Helena Bonham Carter

as Beatrice Baudelaire (uncredited)

Amy Brenneman

as Mrs. Baudelaire (uncredited)

Julius Callahan

as Davidious Augustine / Bohemian (uncredited)

François Duhamel

as French Radio Reporter (voice) (uncredited)

Gilbert Gottfried

as Duck (voice) (uncredited)

Rick Heinrichs

as Mr. Baudelaire (uncredited)

Alan Heitz

as Police Photographer (uncredited)

Rob Hinderstein

as Banker (uncredited)

Dustin Hoffman

as The Critic (uncredited)

Michael Earl Lane

as Ferry Boat Captain (uncredited)

Jane Lynch

as Realtor (uncredited)

Nick Meaney

as Voice over (uncredited)

Christopher Metas

as Wedding Audience (uncredited)

Crystal Rivers

as Bohemian #1 (uncredited)

Lidia Sabljic

as Woman in Audience (uncredited)