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List of Dustin Hoffman Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. Rain Man (1988)
45
15
Rain Man
R
45
15

Charlie Babbitt, a selfish automobile dealer, learns for the first time that he has an autistic brother, Raymond, after his estranged father leaves his estate to a trustee caring for Raymond. He kidnaps his brother to extort money, but his plan of gaining custody is delayed by a cross-country car-trip with Raymond who will only fly on Qantas.

Role:
Raymond Babbitt
Starring:
Tom Cruise, Bonnie Hunt, Valeria Golino, Gerald R. Molen, Jack Murdock
Directed By:
Barry Levinson
Awards:
Academy Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role, Golden Globe Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture - Drama
2. The Graduate (1967)
29
6
The Graduate
TV-MA
29
6

The Graduate, which won an Academy Award for Best director, revolves around the life of fresh college graduate Benjamin Braddock who is seduced into having an affair by Mrs. Robinson, the wife of his father’s partner. He is persuaded by his family to go out with Elaine, Mrs. Robinson’s daughter, but things get complicated when Benjamin falls in love with Elaine.  

Role:
Ben Braddock
Starring:
Directed By:
Awards:
Golden Globe Award for Most Promising Newcomer - Male, BAFTA Award for Most Promising Newcomer to Leading Film Roles
3. Papillon (1973)
20
4
Papillon
R
20
4

Henri is sent to prison after being wrongfully convicted of murdering a pimp. He faces the harsh prison life and its brutal conditions as well as solitary confinement, and eventually decides to make a daring escape attempt.  

Role:
Louis Dega
Starring:
Steven McQueen, Steve McQueen, Don Gordon, Anthony Zerbe, Victor Jory
Directed By:
Franklin J. Schaffner
4. All the President's Men (1976)
18
5
All the President's Men
PG
18
5

Two young reporters, Bon Woodward and Carl Bernstein, from The Washington Post are assigned to cover what seems to be a small story of a failed break-in at the Democratic Party Headquarters at the Watergate apartment complex in 1972. But they uncover a nationwide conspiracy that ultimately, ends with President Nixon’s resignation. 

Role:
Carl Bernstein
Directed By:
Alan J. Pakula
5. Kramer vs. Kramer (1979)
22
6
Kramer vs. Kramer
22
6

Kramer vs. Kramer involves a workaholic father who is suddenly left alone to take care of his son when his wife leaves them. Starring Dustin Hoffman and Meryl Streep, the movie is an emotional drama that sees a father and son bonding over a period of time when the mother suddenly comes back into their lives and demands full custody of their son.

Role:
Ted Kramer
Starring:
Meryl Streep, Jane Alexander, Justin Henry, Howard Duff
Directed By:
Robert Benton
Awards:
Academy Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role, Golden Globe Award for Best Actor in a Motion Picture - Drama
6. Midnight Cowboy (1969)
18
5
Midnight Cowboy
TV-MA
18
5

Joe Buck moves from Texas to New York to become a male prostitute. However, he is unsuccessful and then conned by Enrico Salvatore ‘Ratso’ Rizzo, who later allows Joe to live with him in an abandoned building. As Joe’s luck begins to change, Ratso’s health starts declining for the worst. 

Role:
Ratso
Starring:
Jon Voight, Brenda Vaccaro, Sylvia Miles, John McGiver
Directed By:
John Schlesinger
Awards:
BAFTA Award for Best Actor
7. The Journey of the Fifth Horse (1966)
8
3
The Journey of the Fifth Horse
8
3
Starring:
William Bassett, Susan Anspach, Jack Aaron, Jim Doerr
Directed By:
Larry Arrick, Earl Dawson
8. Finding Neverland (2004)
21
7
Finding Neverland
PG
21
7

It is a magical account of writer J.M. Barrie and the events of his life leading to his most famous work ‘Peter Pan’. Barrie forms a close platonic friendship with the recently widowed Sylvia Llewelyn Davies and becomes close to her four sons Peter, George, Jack, and Michael. They become his inspiration for ‘Peter Pan’. 

Role:
Charles Frohman
Starring:
Directed By:
Marc Forster
10. Little Big Man (1970)
16
4
Little Big Man
GP
16
4

Little Big Man is an adventure comedy drama film, which revolves around the life of Jack Crabb, who at the age of 121, tells the story of his life to a curious historian. He narrates how he grew up among Native American and fought with General Custer, and how he had survived the Battle of the Little Bighorn.   

Role:
Jack Crabb
Starring:
Faye Dunaway, Martin Balsam, Chief Dan George, Richard Mulligan
Directed By:
Arthur Penn
11. Lenny (1974)
11
4
Lenny
R
11
4

Lenny is a biographical comedy drama film which tells the story of an American stand-up comedian and social-critic Lenny Bruce, whose style and social commentary was deemed by the establishment as too obscene for the general public.

Role:
Lenny Bruce
Starring:
Bob Fosse, Valerie Perrine, Stanley Beck, Jan Miner
Directed By:
12. Sleepers (1996)
21
7
Sleepers
R
21
7

Friends, Lorenzo ‘Shakes’ Carcaterra, Tommy Marcano, Michael Sullivan, and John Reilly are sentenced to Wilkinson Home for Boys. There they are systematically abused by the prison guards. On release, John and Tommy, become career criminals and kill one of the guards. Michael and Shakes conspire to bring all the abusers to justice and free their friends.  

Starring:
Brad Pitt, Kevin Bacon, Robert De Niro, Billy Crudup, Minnie Driver, Brad Renfro, Aida Turturro
Directed By:
Barry Levinson
13. Perfume: The Story of a Murderer (2006)
22
7
Perfume: The Story of a Murderer
R
22
7

Based on Patrick Süskind's 1985 novel Perfume, the movie follows the story of Jean-Baptiste Grenouille, an orphan with extraordinary sense of smell. He is obsessed with creating a perfect scent and to fulfil his ambition, he embarks on dangerous and ghastly quest which leaves 12 young girls dead. As panic spreads across the town, he sets out to get his final thirteenth scent.

Starring:
Alan Rickman, Ben Whishaw, John Hurt, Francesc Albiol, Gonzalo Cunill, Roger Salvany
Directed By:
Tom Tykwer
14. Tootsie (1982)
17
7
Tootsie
TV-MA
17
7

Although a highly respected actor nobody wants to hire Michael Dorsey because of his perfectionism. In desperation, he decides to pose as a woman and audition for the role of Dorothy Michaels in a popular soap opera. He soon becomes popular, not only with the audience, but also with his fellow actors, who take him to be a woman. To make matters worse, he falls for his costar, Julie. 

Role:
Michael Dorsey / Dorothy Michaels
Starring:
Jessica Lange, Teri Garr, Bill Murray, Andy Warhol, Sydney Pollack, Estelle Getty, Charles Durning
Directed By:
Awards:
Golden Globe Award for Best Actor in a Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical, BAFTA Award for Best Actor
15. Straw Dogs (1971)
13
4
Straw Dogs
R
13
4

Straw Dogs is a psychological thriller film which tells the story of David, who gets married to Amy, and relocates to Cornwall, a place in rural England, where Amy grew up. However, they soon start facing harassment from the locals.  

Role:
David Sumner
Starring:
Peter Vaughan, Susan George, T.P. McKenna, Del Henney
Directed By:
Sam Peckinpah
16. Marathon Man (1976)
16
4
Marathon Man
R
16
4

Thomas Levy, a history student and long-distance runner, is unaware of the fact that his older brother is a government agent chasing down a Nazi war criminal, until the latter is murdered, and Thomas finds himself in the middle of a dangerous international plot involving stolen jewels, Nazis and government spies. 

Role:
Babe
Starring:
Roy Scheider, Laurence Olivier, William Devane, Marthe Keller
Directed By:
John Schlesinger
17. Straight Time (1978)
8
3
Straight Time
R
8
3

After being paroled, a burglar attempts to get a regular job legally. But he soon finds himself back in prison, due to an immoral parole officer. After his release again, he decides to take revenge on the officer.

Role:
Max Dembo
Starring:
Harry Dean Stanton, William Gary Busey, Kathy Bates, Gary Busey, M. Emmet Walsh
Directed By:
Dustin Hoffman, Ulu Grosbard
18. A Christmas Masque (1966)
7
3
A Christmas Masque
7
3
Role:
The Dragon
Starring:
Dana Elcar, Mark Gordon, Carol Langstaff, John Langstaff
19. Chef (2014)
19
7
Chef
R
19
7

Carl Casper, head chef at a prestigious Los Angeles restaurant, leaves his job following a public confrontation with a food critic, and ends up in Miami, where he is encouraged by his ex-wife to refit an old food truck. He gradually regains his artistic freedom, reconnects with his tech-savvy preteen son and rediscovers his lost love.

Starring:
John Leguizamo, Jon Favreau, Robert Downey Jr., Amy Sedaris, Bobby Cannavale, Scarlett Johansson
Directed By:
20. Barney's Version (2010)
9
3
Barney's Version
R
9
3

This comedy drama film revolves around the life of the politically incorrect, impulsive and fearless Barney Panofsky, his relationships and marriages with multiple women, and how he raises his children.

Starring:
Paul Giamatti, Bruce Greenwood, Rosamund Pike, David Cronenberg, Minnie Driver, Atom Egoyan, Macha Grenon
Directed By:
Richard J. Lewis
21. Death of a Salesman (1985)
8
4
Death of a Salesman
PG
8
4
Role:
William 'Willy' Loman
Starring:
Charles Durning, John Malkovich, Stephen Lang, Kate Reid
Directed By:
Volker Schlöndorff
Awards:
Golden Globe Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for Television, Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Miniseries or a Special
22. The Star Wagon (1966)
7
3
The Star Wagon
7
3
Starring:
Eileen Brennan, Richard S. Castellano, Orson Bean, MacIntyre Dixon
Directed By:
Karl Genus
23. Runaway Jury (2003)
13
5
Runaway Jury
PG-13
13
5

Gun manufacturer Vicksburg Firearms find themselves on trial. This pits corrupt jury consultant Rankin Fitch who uses all means to pick people sympathetic to the defense for jury duty against lawyer Wendell Rohr. But when juror, Nicholas Easter, and a mysterious woman Marlee reveal, they can sway the jury, things get complicated. 

Role:
Wendell Rohr
Starring:
Gene Hackman, John Cusack, Rachel Weisz, Jeremy Piven, Jennifer Beals
Directed By:
Gary Fleder
24. Wag the Dog (1997)
13
5
Wag the Dog
R
13
5

A sex scandal that is about to expose the president at an inopportune time of pre-election period jeopardizes the president’s chances of being re-elected. Political consultant, Conrad Brean, and Hollywood producer, Stanley Motss, are appointed to contrive a war in Albania to divert the media attention away from the scandal and towards the fake war that projects the president as a hero. 

Role:
Stanley Motss
Starring:
Denis Leary, Jim Belushi, William H. Macy, Jay Leno, Woody Harrelson, Kirsten Dunst, Craig T. Nelson
Directed By:
Barry Levinson
25. Roald Dahl's Esio Trot (2015)
7
3
Roald Dahl's Esio Trot
7
3
Role:
Mr. Hoppy
Starring:
Judi Dench, James Corden, Salo Gardner, Richard Cordery
Directed By:
Dearbhla Walsh
26. Hook (1991)
20
9
Hook
PG
20
9

Peter Pan has grown up and forgotten all about his childhood. He is now Peter Banning, a successful and workaholic lawyer who lives with his wife and two children. When Captain Hook, his arch-enemy, kidnaps his children, Peter returns to Neverland to save them. The journey brings back his memories and transforms him.

Role:
Captain Hook
Starring:
Robin Williams, Julia Roberts, Maggie Smith, Bob Hoskins, Phil Collins, Glenn Close, George Lucas
Directed By:
27. Boychoir (2014)
6
3
Boychoir
6
3

Boychoir is a musical drama film which tells the story of an eleven year old boy named Stet, who is sent to a boarding school for music, after his mother passes away. Although he initially faces problems, as he is unable to adapt to the new atmosphere of the school, he is soon able to discover his immense potential in music, with the help of the choir master.

Role:
Carvelle
Starring:
Eddie Izzard, Debra Winger, Kathy Bates, Josh Lucas, Kevin McHale
Directed By:
François Girard
28. Sunday Father (1969)
6
3
Sunday Father
6
3
Role:
A 'Sunday Father'
Starring:
Jane Schisgal
Directed By:
Paul Leaf
29. Outbreak (1995)
16
6
Outbreak
R
16
6

An African monkey carries a deadly virus into a small Californian town. Those infected, with only few hours in hand, have very little chance of survival. Dr. Sam Daniels, an army doctor struggling with his personal issues, now has very little time to find a cure. Moreover, the virus itself has a secret behind, which some want to protect.

Role:
Sam Daniels
Starring:
Morgan Freeman, Cuba Gooding Jr., Rene Russo, Kevin Spacey, Patrick Dempsey, Donald Sutherland, James Thomas Patrick Walsh
Directed By:
Wolfgang Petersen
30. I Heart Huckabees (2004)
10
5
I Heart Huckabees
R
10
5

Albert Markovski heads the local chapter of an environmental group trying to stop the building of a new Huckabees store. Soon, local Huckabees executive and Albert’s rival, Brad Stand, infiltrates the group and replaces him. After strange coincidences start happening Albert hires existential detectives, Bernard and Vivian Jaffe and things get hilariously complicated. 

Role:
Bernard
Starring:
Tippi Hedren, Jean Smart, Lily Tomlin, Jason Schwartzman, Isla Fisher, Mark Wahlberg, Jonah Hill
Directed By:
David O. Russell
31. Confidence (2003)
8
4
Confidence
TV-MA
8
4

Jake Vig, a professional grifter, chooses a wrong mark in last scam that backfires; which lands him in trouble with mob-boss King. To repay his money, Jake must pull off the most difficult con involving Morgan Price, banker in cohort with organized crime. As Jake gets set, Special Agent Gunther Butan revives his hunt for Jake, making things near impossible for him. 

Starring:
Donal Logue, Rachel Weisz, Paul Giamatti, Edward Burns, Morris Chestnut, Leland Orser
Directed By:
James Foley
32. Last Chance Harvey (2008)
8
4
Last Chance Harvey
PG-13
8
4

Harvey goes to London in order to attend his daughter’s wedding, but he loses his job after missing his flight back to New York. While drowning his sorrows at a pub, he meets a government worker who is dealing with problems of her own. Soon they find themselves attracted to each other.

Role:
Harvey Shine
Starring:
James Brolin, Emma Thompson, Eileen Atkins, Kathy Baker, Liane Balaban
Directed By:
Joel Hopkins
33. Moonlight Mile (2002)
8
3
Moonlight Mile
PG-13
8
3

Moonlight Mile is a romantic drama film which tells the story of a young man Joe who is trying to cope with the death of his fiancée Diana. He befriends her parents, and tries to become a better person to please those around him. However, things take a turn when another woman enters his life unexpectedly.

Role:
Ben Floss
Starring:
Ellen Pompeo, Robert Wahlberg, Holly Hunter, Susan Sarandon, Jake Gyllenhaal, Alexia Landeau, Richard Messing
Directed By:
Brad Silberling
34. John and Mary (1969)
6
3
John and Mary
R
6
3
Role:
John
Starring:
Mia Farrow, Michael Tolan, Sunny Griffin, Stanley Beck
Directed By:
Peter Yates
Awards:
BAFTA Award for Best Actor
35. Alfredo Alfredo (1972)
7
3
Alfredo Alfredo
R
7
3
Role:
Alfredo Sbisà
Starring:
Stefania Sandrelli, Duilio Del Prete, Carla Gravina, Saro Urzì
Directed By:
Pietro Germi
36. Hero (1992)
8
4
Hero
PG-13
8
4

Hero is a comedy drama film which tells the story of Bernie, a wanted thief, who rescues passengers from a burning airliner, but is shocked to see that another man is taking the credit for his heroic actions.

Role:
Bernie LaPlante
Starring:
Tom Arnold, Daniel Baldwin, Chevy Chase, Joan Cusack, Andy Garcia, Geena Davis
Directed By:
37. The Program (2015)
7
4
The Program
R
7
4

The Program is biographical sports drama film which revolves around a sports journalist who is convinced that Lance Armstrong had used banned substances, which is why he was able to perform amazingly at the Tour de France.  He begins to look for evidence that will expose Armstrong.

Starring:
Ben Foster, Guillaume Canet, Jesse Plemons, Chris O'Dowd, Lee Pace
Directed By:
38. The Lost City (2005)
6
3
The Lost City
R
6
3

A rich family get their comeuppance when the rise of Fidel Castro in the 1950s throws their lives into disarray. One of the sons, who owns a night club, flees Cuba to restart his business in New York.

Starring:
Bill Murray, Alfredo Armenteros, Danny Pino, Richard Marquez, Franklin Dominguez
Directed By:
Andy Garcia
39. Joan of Arc (1999)
9
5
Joan of Arc
R
9
5

The movie tells the story of St. Joan of Arc, the French war heroine who led the French army to many victories against the English and was instrumental in allowing Charles VII to take the throne of France. Joan was later betrayed by Charles VII and burned alive by the English, on the pretext of religious heresy. 

Starring:
Milla Jovovich, John Malkovich, Vincent Cassel, Faye Dunaway, Rab Affleck, Stéphane Algoud
Directed By:
40. Meet the Fockers (2004)
19
12
Meet the Fockers
TV-14
19
12

A sequel to Meet the Parents, the movie sets up the meeting between the Byrnes family and Greg Focker’s parents, Bernie and Roz Focker. The polar opposite lifestyle of the parents almost tears the happy couple of Greg and Pam apart until they find their way back to each other through humorous situations. 

Role:
Bernie Focker
Starring:
Ben Stiller, Owen Wilson, Alanna Ubach, Barbra Streisand, Blythe Danner, Robert De Niro
Directed By:
Jay Roach
Awards:
MTV Movie & TV Award for Best Comedic Performance
41. Mad City (1997)
7
4
Mad City
PG-13
7
4

After losing his job, a perturbed museum guard Sam Baily returns with dynamite and demands to be rehired. He takes a group of school children hostage and accidently shoots an ex-colleague. Present at the museum, journalist Max Brackett perceives this as an opportunity to further his sagging career by covering this scoop. But Baily’s escalating desperation and media intervention only worsens the situation. 

Role:
Brackett
Starring:
John Travolta, Alan Alda, Jay Leno, Blythe Danner, Mia Kirshner, Robert Prosky
Directed By:
Costa-Gavras
42. Dick Tracy (1990)
8
5
Dick Tracy
PG
8
5

Tough detective Dick Tracy is after crimes mastermind Alphonse ‘Big Boy’ Caprice, who is trying to take over the city, and another mysterious criminal, The Blank. Besides, he has to keep girlfriend Tess Trueheart happy, take care of an orphan, and elude advances of seductive club-singer Breathless Mahoney who can furnish evidence against Caprice. Tracy must nab Caprice to save the city.

Starring:
Al Pacino, Warren Beatty, Dick Van Dyke, Paul Sorvino, Mandy Patinkin, Kathy Bates, Charles Durning
Directed By:
43. Mr. Magorium's Wonder Emporium (2007)
7
5
Mr. Magorium's Wonder Emporium
G
7
5

After learning some grave news about the future, the young apprentice of a magical, eccentric toy store owner, learns to believe in herself and in her friends. 

Role:
Avid Shoe-Wearer Mr. Edward Magorium
Starring:
Jason Bateman, Natalie Portman, Ted Ludzik, Zach Mills
Directed By:
Zach Helm
44. Agatha (1979)
5
3
Agatha
PG
5
3
Role:
Wally Stanton
Starring:
Timothy Dalton, Vanessa Redgrave, Helen Morse, Celia Gregory
Directed By:
45. Sphere (1998)
10
6
Sphere
PG-13
10
6

When an alien spacecraft is found a thousand feet below the Pacific Ocean, submerged for nearly three hundred years, a group of specialists including a marine biologist, a mathematician, an astrophysicist and a psychologist is sent to investigate. They are astonished to realize that the spacecraft is of American origin and holds a mysterious sphere as its cargo.

Role:
Dr. Norman Goodman
Starring:
Samuel L. Jackson, Sharon Stone, Liev Schreiber, Queen Latifah
Directed By:
Barry Levinson
46. The Tiger Makes Out (1967)
5
3
The Tiger Makes Out
5
3

Ben Harris' life is quite empty and lonely.  Due to his anger, one day, he decides to kidnap a beautiful young girl, but is disappointed when he can only find a housewife in her 40s. However, it turns out that she is also dissatisfied with her life like him, and they both develop a rapport with each other.   

Starring:
Charles Nelson Reilly, Swoosie Kurtz, Eli Wallach, John Harkins, Anne Jackson, Bob Dishy
Directed By:
Arthur Hiller
47. Billy Bathgate (1991)
6
4
Billy Bathgate
R
6
4

Billy Behan quickly becomes a part of the powerful mobster Dutch Schultz's organization growing close to Bo Weinberg, Dutch's associate. Soon Billy finds himself trapped in a world of danger, death and fortune.

Role:
Dutch Schultz
Starring:
Stanley Tucci, Steve Buscemi, Bruce Willis, Nicole Kidman, Loren Dean, Steven Hill
Directed By:
Robert Benton
48. The Cobbler (2014)
7
5
The Cobbler
PG-13
7
5

This fantasy comedy-drama film, tells the story of a frustrated shoemaker, who stumbles upon a magical sewing machine. This helps him to see the world in a new way as he is able to step into the lives of his customers. 

Starring:
Adam Sandler, Steve Buscemi, Elli, Adam B. Shapiro, Evan Neumann, Allen Lewis Rickman
Directed By:
Tom McCarthy
49. Into the Labyrinth (2020)
5
3
Into the Labyrinth
5
3
Role:
Dottor Green
50. Family Business (1989)
6
4
Family Business
R
6
4

Family Business is a crime drama film which tells the story of Jessie, who along with his son Vito and grandson Adam, need to team up for a million dollar heist. However, Vito makes up his mind not to join his father and son, and stay away from his family’s criminal business.

Role:
Vito
Starring:
Sean Connery, Matthew Broderick, Rosanna DeSoto, Janet Carroll
Directed By:
Sidney Lumet
51. American Buffalo (1996)
5
3
American Buffalo
R
5
3
Role:
Teach
Starring:
Dennis Franz, Sean Nelson
Directed By:
Michael Corrente
52. Little Fockers (2010)
9
8
Little Fockers
PG-13
9
8

In this last film in the Meet the Parents series, Greg and Pam are leading a contented life with their twins when Jack Byrnes shows up and appoints his son in law as the successor of the Byrnes family. However, despite his move, Jack is still doubtful of Greg. His suspicion is enhanced when he sees Greg with the beautiful Andi Garcia.

Role:
Bernie Focker
Starring:
Kevin Hart, Jessica Alba, Laura Dern, Nick Kroll, Harvey Keitel, Robert De Niro, Ben Stiller
Directed By:
Paul Weitz
53. Who Is Harry Kellerman and Why Is He Saying Those Terrible Things About Me? (1971)
5
3
Who Is Harry Kellerman and Why Is He Saying Those Terrible Things About Me?
R
5
3
Role:
Georgie Soloway
Starring:
Gabriel Dell, Jack Warden, David Burns, Barbara Harris
Directed By:
Ulu Grosbard
54. Ishtar (1987)
3
5
Ishtar
PG-13
3
5

Ishtar is an adventure comedy film which revolves around Chuck and Lyle, two singers who are both eager to become famous. They both receive an offer in a hotel in Marrakesh, Morocco, as lounge singers, and they decide to accept the gig. They soon arrive in a neighboring country named Ishtar, and they both unknowingly get involved in a plot to overthrow its powerful leader.

Role:
Chuck Clarke
Starring:
Isabelle Adjani, Charles Grodin, Warren Beatty, Jack Weston
Directed By:
55. Un dollaro per 7 vigliacchi (1968)
2
3
Un dollaro per 7 vigliacchi
G
2
3

This Italian-Spanish comedy crime film, tells the story of a deported gangster, who owes a million dollars to the US government. However, after he passes away in Italy, the US Treasury Department is interested in looking for the money that he has hidden. Agent Jason is eventually sent to find and recover the money.

Role:
Jason Fister
Starring:
Jack Palance, Cesar Romero, Elsa Martinelli, Gustavo Rojo, Fernando Hilbeck
Directed By:
Giorgio Gentili
56. The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected) (2017)
9
4
The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected)
9
4
Role:
Harold
Starring:
Rebecca Miller, Sigourney Weaver, Adam Driver, Emma Thompson, Ben Stiller, Adam Sandler, Grace Van Patten
Directed By:
57. The Earth Day Special (1990)
4
3
The Earth Day Special
4
3
Starring:
Kirstie Alley, Dennis Miller, Christopher Lloyd, Kelsey Grammer, Rodney Dangerfield, Edward James Olmos, Rhea Perlman
Directed By:
Dwight Hemion, James Burrows, Gerry Cohen, Ted Haimes, Jim Henson

Director

Straight Time (1978)
10
3
Straight Time
R
10
3

After being paroled, a burglar attempts to get a regular job legally. But he soon finds himself back in prison, due to an immoral parole officer. After his release again, he decides to take revenge on the officer.

Starring:
Harry Dean Stanton, William Gary Busey, Kathy Bates, Gary Busey, M. Emmet Walsh
Directed By:
Dustin Hoffman, Ulu Grosbard
Quartet (2012)
12
5
Quartet
PG-13
12
5

Quartet is a comedy drama film which takes us to Beecham House, a retirement home for former professional musicians. All the residents living in the home are suffering from multiple ailments that come with old age, but despite this, they continue their involvement with the world of music.  Their lives turn upside down when they come to know that due to financial problems, the home may be closed down.  

Starring:
Maggie Smith, Billy Connolly, Tom Courtenay, Pauline Collins, Michael Gambon
Directed By:
Dustin Hoffman

Narrator/Dubbing

Belonging (2008)
5
4
Belonging
5
4
Role:
Narrator
Directed By:
Gerard Ungerman, Audrey Brohy
Racing Stripes (2005)
11
10
Racing Stripes
PG
11
10

An abandoned baby zebra is rescued and adopted by a retired horse trainer named Nolan. The zebra grows up believing himself to be a racehorse, and dreams of participating in the race one day.

Role:
Tucker (voice)
Starring:
Whoopi Goldberg, Snoop Dogg, Frankie Muniz, Michael Clarke Duncan, Steve Harvey, Mandy Moore, Joshua Jackson
Directed By:
Frederik Du Chau

Animation Movies

The Simpsons
29
4
The Simpsons
TV-14
29
4
Starring:
Liam Neeson, Edward Norton, Zooey Deschanel, Judd Apatow, Parker Posey, Isabella Rossellini, Jon Hamm
Directed By:
Liberty's Kids: Est. 1776
8
2
Liberty's Kids: Est. 1776
TV-Y7
8
2
Starring:
Arnold Schwarzenegger, Billy Crystal, Jason Connery, Michael York, Sylvester Stallone, Annette Bening, Michael Douglas
Directed By:
Judith Reilly
Kung Fu Panda (2008)
27
9
Kung Fu Panda
PG
27
9

Set in a fictional version of ancient China populated by talking animals, the computer-animated wuxia film follows the adventures of a panda named Po, who is a kung fu enthusiast, and his fight with an evil kung fu warrior named Tai Lung. 

Role:
Shifu (voice)
Starring:
Jackie Chan, Wayne Knight, Angelina Jolie, David Cross, Ian McShane, Lucy Liu, Michael Clarke Duncan
Directed By:
Mark Osborne, John Stevenson
A Wish for Wings That Work (1991)
7
2
A Wish for Wings That Work
7
2
Role:
Milquetoast the Cross-Dressing Cockroach (voice) (uncredited)
Starring:
Robin Williams, Tress MacNeille, Michael Bell, Andrew Hill Newman
Directed By:
Skip Jones
The Point (1971)
7
2
The Point
7
2
Role:
Narrator / Father (First Telecast)
Starring:
Mike Lookinland, Alan Thicke, Lennie Weinrib, Paul Frees, Buddy Foster, Ringo Starr
Directed By:
Fred Wolf
Kung Fu Panda 2 (2011)
18
7
Kung Fu Panda 2
PG
18
7

For a year, Dragon Warrior Po had a quiet life in the Valley of Peace surrounded by his friends, kung fu masters known as the Furious Five, and his mentor Shifu. However, Lord Shen, a villainous peacock with links to Po's past, has emerged to threaten his inner peace and conquer entire China with his secret weapon.

Role:
Shifu (voice)
Starring:
Gary Oldman, Victor Garber, Jean-Claude Van Damme, Jackie Chan, David Cross, Angelina Jolie, Lucy Liu
Directed By:
Jennifer Yuh Nelson
Kung Fu Panda 3 (2016)
13
5
Kung Fu Panda 3
PG
13
5

Dragon Warrior Po finds his long lost biological father Li, while a supernatural threat arises in the form of Kai, who is stealing chi by defeating other kung fu masters. Li offers to teach Po how to use chi, but he must first travel to a hidden peaceful panda village and adapt to their way of life.

Role:
Shifu (voice)
Starring:
Kate Hudson, Al Roker, Bryan Cranston, Jackie Chan, David Cross, Jean-Claude Van Damme, Angelina Jolie
Directed By:
Alessandro Carloni, Jennifer Yuh Nelson
Kung Fu Panda: Secrets of the Furious Five (2008)
7
3
Kung Fu Panda: Secrets of the Furious Five
TV-PG
7
3
Role:
Shifu (voice)
Starring:
Tara Strong, Jim Cummings, Jaycee Chan, David Cross, Jack Black, Will Shadley, Eamon Pirruccello
Directed By:
Raman Hui
Kung Fu Panda: Secrets of the Scroll (2016)
6
3
Kung Fu Panda: Secrets of the Scroll
TV-PG
6
3
Role:
Shifu / Warrior (voice)
Starring:
Lucy Liu, Jack Black, David Cross, James Hong
Directed By:
Rodolphe Guenoden
Tuesday (2001)
6
3
Tuesday
6
3
Role:
(voice)
Starring:
Paul McCartney
Directed By:
Geoff Dunbar
Kung Fu Panda: Secrets of the Masters (2011)
6
3
Kung Fu Panda: Secrets of the Masters
TV-PG
6
3
Role:
Shifu (voice)
Starring:
Jack Black, Angelina Jolie, Seth Rogen, Randall Duk Kim
Directed By:
Tony Leondis
Kung Fu Panda Holiday (2010)
6
3
Kung Fu Panda Holiday
TV-PG
6
3
Role:
Shifu (voice)
Starring:
Jackie Chan, Lucy Liu, Angelina Jolie, Jack Black, David Cross, Seth Rogen
Directed By:
Tim Johnson
The Tale of Despereaux (2008)
6
4
The Tale of Despereaux
G
6
4

This animation comedy adventure film tells the story of a brave mouse who forms a friendship with a gentleman rat, and helps restore happiness to a forlorn kingdom. 

Role:
Roscuro (voice)
Starring:
Emma Watson, Frank Langella, Kevin Kline, Matthew Broderick, William H. Macy, Stanley Tucci, Christopher Lloyd
Directed By:
Sam Fell, Robert Stevenhagen

TV Shows

Curb Your Enthusiasm
65
9
Curb Your Enthusiasm
TV-MA
65
9
Starring:
Michael J. Fox, David Spade, Larry David, Christine Taylor, Martin Short, Alanis Morissette, George Lopez
Directed By:
Robert B. Weide, Larry Charles, Bryan Gordon, David Steinberg, Alec Berg
Premiere
9
2
Premiere
9
2
Starring:
Fred Willard, Burt Reynolds, Peter Graves, Alan Alda, Billy Dee Williams, John McMartin, Albert Paulsen
Directed By:
Naked City
9
2
Naked City
9
2
Starring:
Cicely Tyson, Telly Savalas, Leslie Nielsen, William Shatner, Christopher Walken, Robert Duvall, Mickey Rooney
Directed By:
Stuart Rosenberg, John Brahm, William A. Graham, David Lowell Rich, Elliot Silverstein
Camera Three
8
2
Camera Three
8
2
Starring:
Natalie Wood, Sam Waterston, Peter Falk, George C. Scott, Corin Redgrave, Martin Sheen, Vanessa Redgrave
Directed By:
Nick Havinga, John J. Desmond, Merrill Brockway, John Musilli, Ivan Cury
The Defenders
8
2
The Defenders
8
2
Starring:
Jerry Stiller, Ed Asner, Dennis Hopper, Milton Berle, Lillian Gish, Jack Klugman, Teresa Wright
Directed By:
Medici: Masters of Florence
15
4
Medici: Masters of Florence
15
4
Starring:
Daniel Sharman, Alessandro Sperduti, Annabel Scholey, Richard Madden
Directed By:
Sergio Mimica-Gezzan, Jon Cassar, Jan Michelini
The Nurses
7
2
The Nurses
7
2
Starring:
Sorrell Booke, Barbara Feldon, Tom Bosley, Elaine Stritch, Jean Stapleton, Linda Lavin, Keenan Wynn
Directed By:
Alex March, Charles S. Dubin, Marvin J. Chomsky, Leonard Horn, Ralph Senensky
ABC Stage 67
7
2
ABC Stage 67
7
2
Starring:
Ingrid Bergman, Olivia de Havilland, Lee Grant, James Mason, Richard Pryor, Geraldine Page, Anthony Perkins
Directed By:
Ted Kotcheff, Stanley Prager
Luck
9
3
Luck
9
3
Role:
Chester Bernstein
Starring:
Patrick J. Adams, Nick Nolte, Jill Hennessy, Dennis Farina, Richard Kind, John Ortiz
Directed By:

Special Appearance/Cameo

The Holiday (2006)
11
5
The Holiday
PG-13
11
5

Iris, a society columnist in London, and Amanda, a movie trailer producer in Los Angeles, swap homes for two weeks to get away from their miserable personal lives. Amanda falls in love with Iris' widower brother Graham while living in her Surrey cottage; meanwhile Iris gains emotional support from legendary screenwriter Arthur and finds love with composer Miles.

Role:
Dustin Hoffman (uncredited)
Starring:
Cameron Diaz, Jack Black, John Krasinski, Lindsay Lohan, Eli Wallach, Odette Annable, James Franco
Directed By:
Nancy Meyers
A Series of Unfortunate Events (2004)
11
4
A Series of Unfortunate Events
PG
11
4

The dark comedy revolves around the three Baudelaire children, Klaus, Violet, and Sunny. After their house burns down mysteriously, killing their parents, they are placed in the foster care of Count Olaf. The children must find a way to survive a series of deadly events, planned by Olaf who wants to obtain the Baudelaire fortune.  

Role:
The Critic (uncredited)
Starring:
Jim Carrey, Emily Browning, Helena Bonham Carter, Jude Law, Jennifer Coolidge, Cedric the Entertainer, Billy Connolly
Directed By:
Brad Silberling

Dustin Hoffman Awards

Academy Awards
Rain Man Best Actor in a Leading Role 1989
Kramer vs. Kramer Best Actor in a Leading Role 1980
Golden Globe Awards
Rain Man Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture - Drama 1989
Death of a Salesman Best Performance by an Actor in a Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for Television 1986
Tootsie Best Actor in a Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical 1983
Kramer vs. Kramer Best Actor in a Motion Picture - Drama 1980
The Graduate Most Promising Newcomer - Male 1968
Primetime Emmy Awards
Death of a Salesman Outstanding Lead Actor in a Miniseries or a Special 1986
People's Choice Awards
Winner World-Favorite Motion Picture Actor 1990
Winner Favorite Dramatic Motion Picture Actor 1989
BAFTA Awards
Tootsie Best Actor 1984
John and Mary Best Actor 1970
Midnight Cowboy Best Actor 1970
The Graduate Most Promising Newcomer to Leading Film Roles 1969
MTV Movie & TV Awards
Meet the Fockers Best Comedic Performance 2005