Brett Ratner has established himself as one of Hollywood’s most successful director with eight feature films grossing over one and a half billion dollars worldwide in a short amount of time.
At 26 years old he directed his first feature film, the surprise box office hit comedy Money Talks, starring Charlie Sheen and Chris Tucker. His second film, the action comedy Rush Hour, starred Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker and earned $250 million worldwide which propelled the extremely popular and lucrative Rush Hour trilogy with Rush Hour 2 grossing more than $342 million worldwide and most recently Rush Hour 3 featuring an acclaimed international supporting cast.
Following the success of Rush Hour, Brett directed the romantic fantasy drama The Family Man, a critical and box office hit starring Nicolas Cage and Tea Leoni. Ratner made his first suspense thriller with his fifth feature film Red Dragon, the Silence of the Lambs prequel starring Edward Norton, Anthony Hopkins, Ralph… read more
While this updated prequel can't beat the classic "Lambs," it does feature a chillingly sympathetic Fiennes alongside Hopkins' excellent final performance as Lecter.