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List of Mark Ruffalo Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

2. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004)
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8
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
R
37
8

The winner of the Academy award for best original screenplay, this science fiction romantic drama depicts the story of a couple–Joel and Clementine–who break up and resort to medical procedures to wipe out their own memories of each other. However, during the procedure Joel realises that he wants to save those memories.

Role:
Stan
Starring:
Directed By:
Michel Gondry
3. Shutter Island (2010)
45
10
Shutter Island
R
45
10

U.S. Marshal Teddy Daniels, who has personal reasons to investigate Ashecliffe Hospital, an institution for the criminally insane on Shutter Island, is assigned the case of a strange disappearance of a woman from a locked room. As he digs deeper into the sinister operations of the asylum, he begins to lose his grasp of reality.

Role:
Chuck Aule
Starring:
Directed By:
4. Spotlight (2015)
24
5
Spotlight
R
24
5

Focused on the eponymous niche team, Spotlight, of the newspaper, Boston Globe, this movie showcases how a team of journalists, portrayed by a talented ensemble starcast, uncovered sexual abuse of children by priests of their local Roman Catholic diocese. Their startling discovery leads to further uncovering of a widespread child molestation scandal that was systematically hidden by the Catholic Church.

Role:
Mike Rezendes
Directed By:
Tom McCarthy
5. The Avengers (2012)
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12
The Avengers
PG-13
48
12

In this first crossover film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, S.H.I.E.L.D. director Nick Fury assembles a team of superheroes, featuring Iron Man, Captain America, Hulk, Thor, Black Widow and Hawkeye, who must overcome their differences to tackle extraterrestrial threats posed by Asgardian Loki after he comes into possession of the powerful device Tesseract.

Role:
Bruce Banner / The Hulk
Directed By:
Awards:
MTV Movie & TV Award for Best Fight
7. Thor: Ragnarok (2017)
29
7
Thor: Ragnarok
29
7

Marvel’s Thor: Ragnarok is a superhero movie that pits the Norse God Thor against his all-powerful sister Hela, who is freed after Odin’s death. He joins forces with the Hulk, Loki, Valkyrie and others to stop Hela and is forced to unleash Ragnarök, the destruction of Asgard, to save the rest of the universe. 

Directed By:
8. Zodiac (2007)
23
7
Zodiac
R
23
7

Based on the manhunt for the Zodiac Killer, an elusive serial killer who once terrorized the San Francisco Bay Area, the movie gives an account of the detectives’ desperate attempts to solve what remains one of the most infamous unsolved cases in the United States. 

Role:
Inspector David Toschi
Directed By:
9. Dark Waters (2019)
13
3
Dark Waters
PG-13
13
3

A corporate defense lawyer, Rober Bilott, investigates a number of unexplained animal deaths and finds that one of the world's largest corporations is the reason behind it. He tries to expose them but finds that his life, his family and his future are all at stake. 

Role:
Robert Bilott
Directed By:
Todd Haynes
10. Collateral (2004)
20
6
Collateral
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20
6

Collateral is an action-thriller that revolves around a cab driver who picks up an assassin out to eliminate five targets in one night. Tom Cruise plays the part of the hitman hired by drug traffickers to eliminate key people involved in their trial, and Jamie Foxx is the cabbie who tries to save Cruise's final target, a lawyer, Jada Pinkett-Smith.

Role:
Fanning
Directed By:
11. You Can Count on Me (2000)
10
3
You Can Count on Me
R
10
3

Sammy is a single mother who is quite protective of her 8-year old son. They live in small town and Sammy works in a bank. When her brother visits her, he fills the void in her life and her son’s. However, her life soon gets into turmoil.

Role:
Terry Prescott
Starring:
Matthew Broderick, Laura Linney, Jon Tenney, Rory Culkin
Directed By:
Kenneth Lonergan
12. Begin Again (2013)
13
4
Begin Again
R
13
4

Singer-songwriter Gretta James is left alone when her college sweetheart and songwriting partner Dave ditches her after signing a record deal and having an affair. While performing independently at a bar, she catches the attention of Dan, a struggling but once successful record label executive, and forms a musical collaboration with him that transforms both their lives.

Role:
Dan
Starring:
Hailee Steinfeld, Keira Knightley, James Corden, Yasiin Bey
Directed By:
John Carney
13. My Life Without Me (2003)
8
3
My Life Without Me
R
8
3

My Life Without Me is a romantic drama film which tells the story of a hard-working mother who discovers that she is having terminal ovarian cancer and has only two months to live. She decides not to let her family know, in order to live her remaining days happily.

Starring:
Debbie Harry, Amanda Plummer, Alfred Molina, Sarah Polley, Scott Speedman
Directed By:
Isabel Coixet
14. Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015)
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11
Avengers: Age of Ultron
PG-13
29
11

After the Avengers retrieve Loki's scepter from a Hydra facility, Tony Stark and Bruce Banner use it to complete Stark's Ultron global defense program. However, Ultron turns against humans realizing their wrongdoings, and attacks the Avengers, eliminating Stark's A.I. J.A.R.V.I.S. The Avengers must stop a global extinction with mysterious superhuman twins, Pietro and Wanda Maximoff.

Role:
Bruce Banner / Hulk
Starring:
James Spader, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Anthony Mackie, Andy Serkis, Josh Brolin, Don Cheadle, Chris Hemsworth
Directed By:
15. Now You See Me (2013)
25
9
Now You See Me
PG-13
25
9

The first movie in the Now You See Me series, sees an FBI agent Dylan Rhodes and an Interpol detective Alma Dray pursue a team of four magician or the Four Horsemen as they carry out bank robberies while performing and then distribute the cash amongst audience. The duo seek the help of illusionists Thaddeus Bradley; however it is difficult to differentiate between truth and illusion.

Role:
Dylan Rhodes
Starring:
Morgan Freeman, Dave Franco, Jesse Eisenberg, Woody Harrelson, Michael Caine, Isla Fisher, Mélanie Laurent
Directed By:
16. Foxcatcher (2014)
10
4
Foxcatcher
R
10
4

When an affluent but eccentric John E. du Pont invites Mark Schultz to train for the 1988 Seoul Olympics at the former’s wrestling facility, the latter sees it as an opportunity to escape from the shadow of his more successful elder brother—Dave —and lead a better life. However, John’s capricious and self-destructive behaviour paves the way for the ultimate disaster.

Role:
David Schultz
Starring:
Anthony Michael Hall, Steve Carell, Channing Tatum, Sienna Rose Miller, Vanessa Redgrave, Sienna Miller
Directed By:
Bennett Miller
17. The Kids Are All Right (2010)
10
4
The Kids Are All Right
R
10
4

Nic and Jules are a lesbian couple raising their two children Laser and Joni together. When the children contact the sperm donor Paul, to get to know him better, he becomes a part of their family and even starts having an affair with Jules. Complications arise leading the family to a confrontation. 

Role:
Paul
Starring:
Julianne Moore, Josh Hutcherson, Mia Wasikowska, Annette Bening
Directed By:
Lisa Cholodenko
18. The Last Castle (2001)
8
4
The Last Castle
R
8
4

Lieutenant General Irwin, court-martialed for sending U.S. troops to Burundi in violation of presidential order, is sentenced to ten years of imprisonment at the maximum security military prison, The Castle. There he discovers rampant corruption and begins to organize the inmates, who have stopped behaving like a soldier.

Role:
Yates
Starring:
Robert Redford, Robin Wright, James Gandolfini, Delroy Lindo
Directed By:
Rod Lurie
19. Infinitely Polar Bear (2014)
7
3
Infinitely Polar Bear
R
7
3

Cameron is a man suffering from bipolar disorder. When he has a psychotic break, he is fired from his job and is sent to the hospital. To be able to take care of the children, his wife Maggie starts looking for work. When she manages to get a scholarship to attend Columbia University, she asks Cameron to take care of the children for eighteen months.

Role:
Cam Stuart
Starring:
Zoe Saldana, Ashley Aufderheide, Imogene Wolodarsky, Nekhebet Kum Juch
Directed By:
Maya Forbes
20. The Adam Project (2022)
12
5
The Adam Project
13
12
5

The Adam Project is a science fiction action adventure comedy film which tells the story of Adam, a time-traveling fighter pilot Adam Reed who crash-lands in 2022. He meets his 12 year old self, and teams up with him to save the future.

Role:
Louis Reed
Starring:
Jennifer Garner, Ryan Reynolds, Zoe Saldana
21. Where the Wild Things Are (2009)
9
4
Where the Wild Things Are
PG
9
4

Becoming upset with his mother Connie and older sister Claire, 8-year-old Max runs away from home in his wolf costume and sails aimlessly in a small boat in a pond. He lands in an island filled with large wild beasts that accept him as their king, but he soon realizes that being king is not an easy task.

Starring:
Chris Cooper, Spike Jonze, Forest Whitaker, James Gandolfini, Max Records, Pepita Emmerichs, Max Pfeifer
Directed By:
22. Just Like Heaven (2005)
10
4
Just Like Heaven
PG-13
10
4

David Abbott moves into a San Francisco apartment only to find it is haunted by the spirit of Elizabeth Masterson, the former owner. Only David can see her, and all Elizabeth can remember is that she isn’t dead. As David tries to find Elizabeth’s identity, the two fall in love.  

Role:
David
Starring:
Reese Witherspoon, Donal Logue, Ben Shenkman, Dina Spybey-Waters
Directed By:
Mark Waters
23. The Brothers Bloom (2008)
7
4
The Brothers Bloom
PG-13
7
4

The Brothers Bloom is a comedy-drama film, which tells the story of Stephen and Bloom, who are successful con men. However, Bloom wants to leave this business, but Stephen convinces him to pull off one final job, which involves an eccentric heiress. 

Role:
Stephen
Starring:
Adrien Brody, Zachary Gordon, Rinko Kikuchi, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Rachel Weisz, Maximilian Schell, Robbie Coltrane
Directed By:
Rian Johnson
24. Ride with the Devil (1999)
8
3
Ride with the Devil
R
8
3

Based on a novel named ‘Woe to Live On’, this Western war drama film takes us to the time of the American Civil War. It revolves around a group of men, who join the First Missouri Irregulars, a guerrilla unit loyal to the Confederacy.

Starring:
Tobey Maguire, Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Jonathan Brandis, Simon Baker, Jim Caviezel, Skeet Ulrich, Jeremy W. Auman
Directed By:
25. Reservation Road (2007)
8
3
Reservation Road
R
8
3

After losing his son in an accident on Reservation Road, Ethan Learner hires a lawyer named Dwight Arno, to find out who is responsible for the death of his son. However, he is unaware of the fact that Dwight himself  is the man who accidentally killed his son.

Starring:
Mira Sorvino, Joaquin Phoenix, Elle Fanning, Jennifer Connelly, John Slattery
Directed By:
Terry George
26. What Doesn't Kill You (2008)
6
3
What Doesn't Kill You
R
6
3

Two childhood friends Pauline and Brian decide to join a local gang and get muddled in the crime world. Brian gets deeper into the dirty game of crime but Pauline plans one last heist so that he can pull both of them out of this mess. But this might cause a strain in their relationship.

Role:
Brian Reilly
Starring:
Ethan Hawke, Donnie Wahlberg, Amanda Peet, Will Lyman
Directed By:
Brian Goodman
27. Blindness (2008)
8
4
Blindness
R
8
4

When a sudden epidemic that causes white blindness starts spreading, the government decides to put harsh measures into place and quarantines everyone in a derelict asylum without proper resources. Everything descends into chaos and the powerful prey on the weak. However, a doctor’s wife who remained unaffected by the epidemic leads the survivors to salvation. 

Starring:
Sandra Oh, Danny Glover, Julianne Moore, Yûsuke Iseya, Jason Bermingham, Eduardo Semerjian
Directed By:
Fernando Meirelles
28. Margaret (2011)
6
3
Margaret
R
6
3

Lisa Cohen interacts with a bus driver, running alongside his bus, but this makes him distracted which leads to a fatal accident. Lisa accuses the driver of being responsible for the accident and the death of the woman who died in her arms. She files a lawsuit against the driver as well, but she ends up losing.

Role:
Maretti
Starring:
Kieran Culkin, Jean Reno, Anna Paquin, Allison Janney, Krysten Ritter, Matt Damon, Matthew Broderick
Directed By:
Kenneth Lonergan
29. Now You See Me 2 (2016)
13
7
Now You See Me 2
PG-13
13
7

The sequel begins with the fugitive illusionists known as the Four Horsemen escaping from the FBI during a stage show because of the villainous Walter Marby. They must escape Walter’s clutches who wants them to steal a powerful chip. Meanwhile, their leader Dylan Rhodes finds out the real identity of Thaddeus Bradley. 

Role:
Dylan Rhodes
Starring:
Daniel Radcliffe, Lizzy Caplan, Jay Chou, Morgan Freeman, Dave Franco, Jesse Eisenberg, Woody Harrelson
Directed By:
Jon M. Chu
30. Thanks for Sharing (2012)
6
4
Thanks for Sharing
R
6
4

Adam is a recovering sex addict, who is being sponsored by a young doctor named Neil, and in turn, Adam sponsors Neil. Soon, he meets a girl named Phoebe at a party, who is a breast cancer survivor. Eventually, they begin a relationship, although Adam doesn’t tell her the whole truth about his own addiction.  

Role:
Adam
Starring:
Josh Gad, Timothy Francis Robbins, Gwyneth Paltrow, Tim Robbins, Joely Richardson
Directed By:
Stuart Blumberg
31. Date Night (2010)
9
5
Date Night
PG-13
9
5

Married Couple Phil and Claire Foster lead boring domestic lives and decide to go on a date night to a modern Manhattan restaurant. On reaching, Phil decides to impersonate the no-show Tripplehorns to get a reservation. Mistaken identities then lead to a life-threatening chase by corrupt cops and mobsters. 

Starring:
Mark Wahlberg, Taraji P. Henson, Gal Gadot, Ray Liotta, Tina Fey, Nick Kroll, Jon Bernthal
Directed By:
Shawn Levy
32. We Don't Live Here Anymore (2004)
6
3
We Don't Live Here Anymore
R
6
3

This romantic drama film tells the story of two friends, Jack and Hank, who meet regularly for dinner, with their wives, but in reality, they are actually suffering from problems in their respective marriages. Jack and Hank soon realize that they are both in love with each other’s wives.

Role:
Jack Linden
Starring:
Laura Dern, Peter Krause, Naomi Watts, Sam Charles
Directed By:
John Curran
33. 13 Going on 30 (2004)
12
6
13 Going on 30
PG-13
12
6

After being humiliated on her 13th birthday, Jenna Rink wishes to be a grown up woman and wakes up as a successful and fashionable 30-year-old. However, as she attempts to remember her lost years, she realizes that she is not the person she was before and that she has lost her best friend Matt in the meantime.

Role:
Matt Flamhaff
Starring:
Ashley Benson, Judy Greer, Brie Larson, Jennifer Garner, Andy Serkis, Kathy Baker
Directed By:
Gary Winick
34. Windtalkers (2002)
7
4
Windtalkers
R
7
4

U.S. Marine corporal, Joesph F. Enders, is assigned to protect Navajo code talker Private, Ben Yahzee, but must kill him, if Yahzee is captured, to protect the code. As World War II progresses Enders and Yahzee develop a bond. Enders doesn’t want to kill him anymore but the war forces him to choose between duty and friendship.   

Role:
Pappas
Starring:
Nicolas Cage, Christian Slater, Adam Beach, Peter Stormare, Martin Henderson, Noah Emmerich
Directed By:
35. All the King's Men (2006)
6
4
All the King's Men
PG-13
6
4

Based on an award-winning novel of the same name, this political drama film revolves around the life of Willie Stark, an idealistic lawyer, who becomes the governor of Louisiana. However, as he rises to power, he also finds himself involved with corruption.

Role:
Adam Stanton
Starring:
Jude Law, Sean Penn, Anthony Hopkins, James Gandolfini, Kate Winslet, Kate Winslet
Directed By:
Steven Zaillian
36. XX/XY (2002)
5
3
XX/XY
R
5
3
Role:
Coles
Starring:
Ben Tolpin, Kathleen Robertson, Maya Stange, Kel O'Neill
Directed By:
Austin Chick
37. 54 (1998)
5
4
54
R
5
4

54 is a musical drama film, which tells the story of a young man Shane, who comes to New York and starts working as a bartender at Studio 54. Things get complicated when he falls in love with Anita, an aspiring singer.

Starring:
Neve Campbell, Mike Myers, Cameron Mathison, Lauren Hutton, Michael York, Salma Hayek, Cindy Crawford
Directed By:
Mark Christopher
38. Safe Men (1998)
5
3
Safe Men
R
5
3
Starring:
Peter Dinklage, Paul Giamatti, Sam Rockwell, Steve Zahn, Michael Lerner
Directed By:
John Hamburg
39. Sympathy for Delicious (2010)
4
3
Sympathy for Delicious
R
4
3
Role:
Father Joe
Starring:
Juliette Lewis, Orlando Bloom, Laura Linney, Christopher Thornton
Directed By:
Mark Ruffalo
40. Rumor Has It... (2005)
5
4
Rumor Has It...
PG-13
5
4

Recently engaged journalist, Sarah Huttinger, visits her Pasadena family with her fiancé, Jeff Daly, for her sister’s wedding. She learns that probably the book and film The Graduate were based on her family and her father may not be her biological parent. For an answer, she must meet the man concerned, Beau Burroughs, now an internet tycoon, who could be her real father.

Role:
Jeff Daly
Starring:
Jennifer Aniston, Kevin Costner, Shirley MacLaine, Kathy Bates, Richard Jenkins, Christopher McDonald
Directed By:
41. In the Cut (2003)
4
4
In the Cut
R
4
4

In the Cut is a mystery thriller film which revolves around Frannie Avery, a teacher, who meets Detective Giovanni Malloy while the latter is investigating the murder of a beautiful young woman in her neighborhood. They begin to flirt, and soon she starts having an affair with him, although she is unsure about his intentions.

Starring:
Meg Ryan, Kevin Bacon, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Michael Nuccio, Allison Nega, Dominick Aries
Directed By:
Jane Campion
42. The Dentist (1996)
4
4
The Dentist
R
4
4
Starring:
Corbin Bernsen, Ken Foree, Molly Hagan, Linda Hoffman
Directed By:
Brian Yuzna
43. View from the Top (2003)
4
4
View from the Top
PG-13
4
4

View from the Top is a romantic comedy film which revolves around a small-town woman who wants to make it big in the world, and become a flight attendant.  Eventually she finds work with a small airline named Sierra.

Role:
Ted Stewart
Starring:
Kelly Preston, Christina Applegate, Jessica Capshaw, George Harris Kennedy, Jr, Rob Lowe, Gwyneth Paltrow, Mike Myers
Directed By:
Bruno Barreto
44. Committed (2000)
4
4
Committed
R
4
4
Starring:
Luke Wilson, Jon Stewart, Kim Dickens, Casey Affleck, Wood Harris, Goran Visnjic
Directed By:
Lisa Krueger
45. Rough Trade (1992)
7
3
Rough Trade
7
3
Role:
Hank
Starring:
John Paval, Billy Gatlin, Angel Jager
Directed By:
Christopher Speidel
46. The Last Big Thing (1996)
6
3
The Last Big Thing
R
6
3
Role:
Brent Benedict
Starring:
Dan Zukovic, Susan Heimbeinder, Pamela Dickerson, Andrew Falk
Directed By:
Dan Zukovic
47. There Goes My Baby (1994)
6
3
There Goes My Baby
R
6
3
Starring:
Dermot Mulroney, Noah Wyle, Ricky Schroder, Kelli Williams, Jill Schoelen
Directed By:
Floyd Mutrux
48. On the 2nd Day of Christmas (1997)
6
3
On the 2nd Day of Christmas
6
3
Role:
Bert
Starring:
Mary Stuart Masterson, David Hewlett, Lauren Pratt, James Purcell
Directed By:
James Frawley
49. How Does Anyone Get Old? (1999)
5
3
How Does Anyone Get Old?
5
3
Role:
Johnnie
Starring:
Gregg Rainwater, Mina Badie, Melissa Sullivan
Directed By:
Janet Mitchell
50. A Song for You (1993)
5
3
A Song for You
5
3
Role:
Gus Davison
Starring:
Christopher Thornton, Stevie Nicks, Kathleen Noone, Raye Birk
Directed By:
Ken Martin
51. A Fish in the Bathtub (1999)
5
3
A Fish in the Bathtub
PG-13
5
3
Role:
Joel
Starring:
Jerry Stiller, Anne Meara, Doris Roberts, Jane Adams, Missy Yager
Directed By:
Joan Micklin Silver
52. Houdini (1998)
4
3
Houdini
4
3
Role:
Theo
Starring:
Paul Sorvino, Rhea Perlman, Emile Davenport Hirsch, Stacy Edwards, David Warner
Directed By:
Pen Densham
53. The Destiny of Marty Fine (1996)
4
3
The Destiny of Marty Fine
4
3
Starring:
James Le Gros, Catherine Keener, Michael Ironside, Glenn Plummer
Directed By:
Michael Hacker
54. A Gift from Heaven (1995)
4
4
A Gift from Heaven
4
4
Starring:
Sharon Farrell, Gene Lythgow, Sarah Trigger, Gigi Rice
Directed By:
Jack Lucarelli
55. Life/Drawing (2001)
4
4
Life/Drawing
R
4
4
Role:
Alex
Starring:
Alan Gelfant, Beth Ulrich, Manuel Cabral, Mary Coleston
Directed By:
Dan Bootzin
56. Mirror, Mirror 2: Raven Dance (1994)
2
3
Mirror, Mirror 2: Raven Dance
R
2
3
Starring:
Veronica Cartwright, Lois Nettleton, William Sanderson, Roddy McDowall
Directed By:
Jimmy Lifton
57. Blood Money (1996)
1
3
Blood Money
R
1
3
Starring:
Traci Lords, James Brolin, Billy Drago, Dean Tarrolly
Directed By:
John Shepphird
58. Mirror, Mirror III: The Voyeur (1995)
1
3
Mirror, Mirror III: The Voyeur
1
3
Role:
Joey
Starring:
Billy Drago, Richard Cansino, David Naughton, Monique Parent
Directed By:
Rachel Gordon, Virginia Perfili

TV Shows

Due South
15
4
Due South
TV-PG
15
4
Starring:
Leslie Nielsen, Jane Krakowski, Jonathan Banks, Milton Berle, Maria Bello, Carrie-Anne Moss, Gordon Pinsent
Directed By:
Gilbert M. Shilton, George Bloomfield, Richard J. Lewis, Lyndon Chubbuck, Steve DiMarco
Team Thor (2016)
19
5
Team Thor
19
5
Role:
Bruce Banner
Starring:
Chris Hemsworth, Daley Pearson
Directed By:
13 Going on 30: Bloopers (2004)
12
5
13 Going on 30: Bloopers
12
5
Role:
Matt Flamhaff (uncredited)
Starring:
Jennifer Garner, Andy Serkis, Judy Greer, Sam Ball, Marcia DeBonis
CBS Summer Playhouse
5
3
CBS Summer Playhouse
5
3
Starring:
Brandon Lee, Lori Loughlin, Lee Majors, Ian McShane, Celeste Holm, Buddy Ebsen, Scott Bakula
Directed By:
Peter H. Hunt, James Frawley, Corey Allen, Peter Baldwin, John Pasquin
The Beat
5
3
The Beat
5
3
Role:
Zane Marinelli
Starring:
Richard Belzer, Celeste Holm, Lee Tergesen, Derek Cecil, Jeffrey Donovan
Directed By:
Adam Bernstein, Leslie Libman, Whitney Ransick, Barry Levinson, Clark Johnson

Director

Sympathy for Delicious (2010)
8
7
Sympathy for Delicious
R
8
7
Starring:
Juliette Lewis, Orlando Bloom, Laura Linney, Christopher Thornton
Directed By:
Mark Ruffalo

Narrator/Dubbing

Dear President Obama (2016)
10
5
Dear President Obama
10
5
Role:
Narrator (voice)
Directed By:
Jon Bowermaster

Animation Movies

Chicago 10 (2007)
11
4
Chicago 10
R
11
4
Role:
Jerry Rubin (voice)
Starring:
Nick Nolte, Hank Azaria, Roy Scheider, Liev Schreiber, Dylan Baker
Directed By:
Brett Morgen

Special Appearance/Cameo

Iron Man Three (2013)
13
5
Iron Man Three
PG-13
13
5

The seventh film in the Iron Man film series, Iron Man Three sees Tony Stark suffering from stress, anxiety and insomnia after the battle of New York. Soon, he finds himself pitted against a powerful and mysterious foe, Mandarin. When his close ones get attacked, Tony goes after those responsible and in process discovers that an event from past is connected to the present. 

Role:
Bruce Banner (uncredited)
Starring:
Joan Rivers, Jon Favreau, Guy Pearce, Miguel Ferrer, Bill Maher, Robert Downey Jr., Gwyneth Paltrow
Directed By:
Shane Black
Captain Marvel (2019)
10
4
Captain Marvel
PG-13
10
4

This superhero film revolves around Carol Denvers, who crash-lands in Los Angeles, during one of her missions. Meanwhile, Earth is caught between the galactic conflicts between two alien civilizations.

Role:
Bruce Banner (uncredited)
Directed By:
Ryan Fleck, Anna Boden

Mark Ruffalo Awards

Golden Globe Awards
I Know This Much Is True Best Performance by an Actor in a Limited Series, Anthology Series or a Motion Picture Made for Television 2021
Primetime Emmy Awards
The Normal Heart Outstanding Television Movie 2014
I Know This Much Is True Outstanding Lead Actor in a Limited Series or Movie 2020
MTV Movie & TV Awards
The Avengers Best Fight 2013