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List of Chris Tucker Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. Rush Hour 3 (2007)
76
8
Rush Hour 3
PG-13
76
8

After a failed attempt on Ambassador Han’s life, Hong Kong Chief Inspector Lee and LAPD detective Carter together fly to Paris to safeguard a French woman who has vital information about Chinese Triads. As the lethal syndicate Triads strike to stop them from reaching the information, Lee continues to fight even after recognizing one of the Triads as his childhood friend.

Role:
Carter
Directed By:
Brett Ratner
3. Silver Linings Playbook (2012)
28
8
Silver Linings Playbook
R
28
8

Pat Solitano is now living with his parents after spending eight months in a mental hospital to treat bipolar disorder for beating his wife's lover. As he attempts to get his wife back, he meets his friend's widowed sister-in-law Tiffany, a mysterious woman with her own problems, who offers to help him for a favor.

Role:
Danny
Directed By:
David O. Russell
4. Le cinquième élément (1997)
52
17
Le cinquième élément
TV-PG
52
17

In the twenty-third century, when the Earth is threatened by the great Evil, a cab-driver and former Major finds the Fifth Element, the only weapon capable of destroying Evil, in his car in the form of the woman Leeloo. He must deliver her safely to her contact, priest Vito Cornelius, avoiding evil industrialist Zorg and his mercenary Mangalores.

Role:
Ruby Rhod
Directed By:
5. Friday (1995)
22
5
Friday
R
22
5

After getting fired the previous day, Craig spends his Friday afternoon smoking weed with his friend Smokey. Now drug dealer Big Worm wants either money or the weed, but with no money to pay him, they are in big trouble. If that is not enough, neighborhood characters like bully Deebo, Craig’s crush Debbie, and others add more spice to their Friday.

Role:
Smokey
Starring:
Meagan Good, Bernie Mac, Michael Clarke Duncan, Ice Cube, Nia Long, Tommy 'Tiny' Lister
Directed By:
F. Gary Gray
6. Rush Hour (1998)
22
6
Rush Hour
PG-13
22
6

When the young daughter of the Chinese diplomat Han is kidnapped, he seeks the help of his trusted Hong Kong detective, Inspector Lee. He is teamed up with LAPD detective James Carter, a big mouth who prefers to work alone. These two, who cannot stand each other, end up working together in an attempt to solve the case before the FBI.

Starring:
Jackie Chan, Mars, Ken Leung, Tom Wilkinson, Tzi Ma, Robert Littman
Directed By:
Brett Ratner
7. Dead Presidents (1995)
12
4
Dead Presidents
R
12
4

Dead Presidents is an action crime drama film which tells the story of Anthony, a war veteran, who is trying to find a proper job, but is unable to give a proper direction to his life. Unable to support his family, he teams up with his friends and attempts to rob an armored truck carrying a huge amount of cash. However, their plan goes awfully wrong.

Role:
Skip
Starring:
Terrence Howard, Keith David, Martin Sheen, Larenz Tate, Freddy Rodríguez, Rose Jackson
Directed By:
Albert Hughes, Allen Hughes
8. House Party 3 (1994)
13
4
House Party 3
R
13
4
Starring:
Gilbert Gottfried, Bernie Mac, Christopher Reid, Christopher Martin, David Edwards
Directed By:
Eric Meza
9. Rush Hour 2 (2001)
19
6
Rush Hour 2
PG-13
19
6

The second installment in the Rush Hour series doesn’t fail to deliver in comedy and high-intensity action. Chief Inspector Lee and LAPD Detective James Carter pursue Fu-Cang-Long triad boss Ricky Tan, who masterminds a bomb attack at the US Embassy in Hong Kong. 

Role:
Carter
Starring:
Maggie Q, Jeremy Piven, Don Cheadle, Jackie Chan, Mars, John Lone, Ziyi Zhang
Directed By:
Brett Ratner
11. Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk (2016)
6
3
Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk
R
6
3

Hailed as ‘Hero’ after his courageous act during the Iraq War, 19-year-old private Billy Lynn and ‘Bravo Squad’ is temporarily brought back home and taken on a victory tour at the half-time show of Thanksgiving Day football game. The flashback sequences reveal the real incidences of war and their effects on the ‘Bravo Squad’, which emphasize how the realities contrast with perception of heroism. 

Starring:
Garrett Hedlund, Steve Martin, Kristen Stewart, Vin Diesel, Joe Alwyn
Directed By:
12. Money Talks (1997)
13
5
Money Talks
R
13
5

Franklin is a small-time criminal who becomes famous after he is accused of massacring several police officers. He decides to approach James, a journalist, who might help him in proving his innocence.

Role:
Franklin Hatchett
Starring:
Charlie Sheen, Heather Locklear, Paul Sorvino, Veronica Cartwright, Viveca Paulin, Elise Neal
Directed By:
Brett Ratner
13. Def Comedy Jam: Primetime (1994)
8
4
Def Comedy Jam: Primetime
8
4
Role:
Himself
Starring:
Martin Lawrence, Chris Rock, Ellen Cleghorne, Vincent Cook
Directed By:
Stan Lathan

TV Shows

Michael Jackson: You Rock My World (2001)
14
4
Michael Jackson: You Rock My World
14
4
Role:
Chris Tucker
Starring:
Marlon Brando, Michael Jackson, Michael Madsen, Billy Drago
Directed By:
Paul Hunter
2Pac Feat. Dr. Dre & Roger Troutman: California Love (1996)
8
3
2Pac Feat. Dr. Dre & Roger Troutman: California Love
8
3
Role:
Evil Tribal Chief
Starring:
Tupac Shakur, Dr. Dre, Roger Troutman, Tony Cox
Directed By:
Hype Williams
Hangin' with Mr. Cooper
14
7
Hangin' with Mr. Cooper
TV-PG
14
7
Starring:
Queen Latifah, Jamie Foxx, Shawn Wayans, Ashley Olsen, Sherman Hemsley, Mary-Kate Olsen, John Stamos
Directed By:
Mark Linn-Baker, Tony Singletary, Joel Zwick, Jeff Melman, John Bowab

Special Appearance/Cameo

The Meteor Man (1993)
9
7
The Meteor Man
PG
9
7

After a meteor shower, a mild mannered school teacher obtains super-human powers. This enables him to bring a group of criminals to justice, who has been terrorizing the streets.

Role:
MC in Mall (uncredited)
Starring:
James Earl Jones, Don Cheadle, Robert Townsend, Marla Gibbs, Eddie Griffin, Robert Guillaume
Directed By:
Robert Townsend