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List of Robert Downey Jr. Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

2. Iron Man (2008)
100
12
Iron Man
PG-13
100
12

A superhero film based on the eponymous Marvel Comics character and the first film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Iron Man has Tony Stark, a genius billionaire, securing his release from an Afghan cave by creating high-tech suit of armor. He perfects the suit and uses it to fight evil forces to protect the world.

Role:
Tony Stark / Iron Man
Directed By:
3. The Avengers (2012)
115
15
The Avengers
PG-13
115
15

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:
Tony Stark / Iron Man
Directed By:
Awards:
MTV Movie & TV Award for Best Fight, People's Choice Award for Favorite Movie Superhero
4. Captain America: Civil War (2016)
89
12
Captain America: Civil War
PG-13
89
12

A mission of Avengers results in the loss of civilian lives, hence political pressure mounts to have regulations for the superhero team. This causes the team to split into two groups – Team Captain America favouring freedom of superheroes and Team Iron Man backing the government. Meanwhile, Captain America’s old friend Bucky Barnes is accused of the murder of King T'Chaka of Wakanda.

Role:
Tony Stark / Iron Man
Directed By:
Anthony Russo, Joe Russo
5. Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017)
78
10
Spider-Man: Homecoming
PG-13
78
10

Returning to his neighborhood after fighting alongside the Avengers, Peter Parker resumes his studies, as well as crime-fighting, but after his recklessness endangers public life, his mentor, Tony Stark, confiscates his high-tech suit. However, Peter has a lead on the mysterious supervillain Vulture, who has access to powerful Chitauri technology, and must pursue him on his own.

Role:
Tony Stark / Iron Man
Directed By:
Jon Watts
6. Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015)
90
12
Avengers: Age of Ultron
PG-13
90
12

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:
Tony Stark / Iron Man
Directed By:
7. Sherlock Holmes (2009)
82
12
Sherlock Holmes
PG-13
82
12

Detective Sherlock Holmes and his partner, Dr. John Watson catch a serial killer and black magic follower, Lord Blackwood, who is later sentenced to death and hanged. However, he returns, much to the bewilderment of others. Holmes must restart his investigation and prevent Blackwood from carrying out his evil plan of controlling British Empire.

Role:
Sherlock Holmes
Starring:
Rachel McAdams, Jude Law, Mark Strong, Eddie Marsan
Directed By:
Awards:
Golden Globe Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical
8. Chaplin (1992)
34
4
Chaplin
PG-13
34
4

It is the biopic of master of comedy, the genius filmmaker Charles Chaplin. The ageing legend talks to the editor of his autobiography about his life, starting from his modest childhood days in South London to his rise in the world of cinema. The film re-creates his tempestuous personal life, issues with authorities, exile from the US, and finally, an Oscar tribute. 

Role:
Charles Spencer Chaplin
Directed By:
Awards:
BAFTA Award for Best Actor
9. Iron Man Three (2013)
77
14
Iron Man Three
PG-13
77
14

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:
Tony Stark
Directed By:
Shane Black
10. Heart and Souls (1993)
37
5
Heart and Souls
PG-13
37
5

Four strangers, Harrison, Penny, Julia and Milo are traveling on the same bus, which crashes and kills everyone inside. As ghosts, the four decide to become guardians to the child born at the moment of their deaths.

Role:
Thomas Reilly
Starring:
Kyra Sedgwick, Elisabeth Shue, Charles Grodin, Tom Sizemore, Alfre Woodard
Directed By:
Ron Underwood
11. Richard III (1995)
25
4
Richard III
R
25
4

Due to his lust for the British throne, Richard III starts descending into madness. Though England is torn apart by a civil war, he aspires to rise to dictatorship, but for this, he needs to remove the obstacles to his ascension.

Starring:
Maggie Smith, Kristin Scott Thomas, Annette Bening, Ian McKellen, Bill Paterson, Christopher Bowen
Directed By:
Richard Loncraine
12. Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows (2011)
68
12
Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows
PG-13
68
12

The Guy Ritchie directed sequel to the 2009 Sherlock Holmes, sees the world’s most famous private detective go up against his arch-nemesis Professor Moriarty. The neo-noir adaptation integrates plot details from Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s stories ‘The Final Problem’ and ‘The Adventure of the Empty House’. 

Role:
Sherlock Holmes
Starring:
Stephen Fry, Jared Harris, Rachel McAdams, Jude Law, Noomi Rapace
Directed By:
13. Iron Man 2 (2010)
76
14
Iron Man 2
PG-13
76
14

Since revealing himself as Iron Man, Tony Stark is being pressured by the government and weapon contractors to reveal the technology behind his powerful suit. He must find a way to fight them while also tackling his other enemies.

Role:
Tony Stark
Starring:
Mickey Rourke, Seth Green, Sam Rockwell, Garry Shandling, Helena Mattsson, Scarlett Johansson, Samuel L. Jackson
Directed By:
14. The Judge (2014)
42
7
The Judge
R
42
7

The Judge is a crime-drama film that revolves around a father-son duo, where the son is a successful city lawyer and the father is a judge in a small-town court. The son, played by Robert Downey Jr., decides to defend his father in court after discovering that his ageing father is convicted of murder and suffering from memory loss.

Role:
Hank Palmer
Starring:
Vera Farmiga, Leighton Meester, Robert Duvall, Billy Bob Thornton, Vincent D'Onofrio, Leighton Meester
Directed By:
David Dobkin
15. Kiss Kiss Bang Bang (2005)
31
6
Kiss Kiss Bang Bang
R
31
6

This mystery crime film revolves around a murder investigation which brings together a private detective and a thief ,who is masquerading as an actor. Soon a struggling actress also gets involved in the investigation.  

Role:
Harry Lockhart
Starring:
Ariel Winter, Val Edward Kilmer, Laurence Fishburne, Val Kilmer, Michelle Monaghan, Corbin Bernsen, Dash Mihok
Directed By:
Shane Black
16. Dolittle (2020)
32
9
Dolittle
PG
32
9

Dolittle is a unique physician who can speak with animals. When the queen is suffering from a life threatening disease, he is asked to find a cure for her. Therefore he embarks on a journey with his animal friends searching for a healing tree.

Role:
Dr. John Dolittle
Starring:
Selena Gomez, John Cena, Rami Malek, Kumail Nanjiani, Marion Cotillard, Michael Sheen, Antonio Banderas
Directed By:
Stephen Gaghan
17. Less Than Zero (1987)
29
5
Less Than Zero
R
29
5

Clay comes home after his first semester of college due to his ex-girlfriend’s request but he soon encounters some disturbing developments. He comes to know that his former lover has developed an addiction to cocaine.

Role:
Julian
Starring:
Andrew McCarthy, Brad Pitt, James Spader, Jami Gertz
Directed By:
Marek Kanievska
18. Wonder Boys (2000)
22
5
Wonder Boys
R
22
5

Professor Grady Tripp teaches creative writing but is unable to overcome his writer’s block and complete his novel. Besides that, his platter is full with – his third wife leaves him, his literary agent arrives to push him to complete his manuscript, his married girlfriend becomes pregnant with their child, his troubled student has problems with life. Can the weekend accommodate any more complications?

Role:
Terry Crabtree
Starring:
Katie Holmes, Michael Douglas, Tobey Maguire, Frances McDormand
Directed By:
Curtis Hanson
19. Good Night, and Good Luck. (2005)
24
5
Good Night, and Good Luck.
PG
24
5

In this critically acclaimed historical drama, CBS broadcast journalist Edward R. Murrow works to expose the U.S. Senator Joseph McCarthy and his fear mongering crusade to root out Communists in America. He is ably supported in his endeavour by his producer friend Fred W. Friendly and his team who, regardless of pressures from CBS' corporate sponsors, work to bring down McCarthy.

Starring:
George Clooney, Jeff Daniels, Alex Borstein, Frank Langella, Rose Abdoo, David Strathairn
Directed By:
20. Due Date (2010)
35
11
Due Date
R
35
11

Due Date is a comedy that shows a would-be father forced to embark on an eventful road trip from Atlanta to Los Angeles, with a struggling actor, to witness his child's birth. Robert Downey Jr. stars as the would-be father and Zack Galifianakis is the actor who accidentally gets them kicked off a plane, leading to a cross-country journey.

Role:
Peter Highman
Starring:
Jamie Foxx, Charlie Sheen, Juliette Lewis, Zach Galifianakis, Michelle Monaghan
Directed By:
Todd Phillips
21. Zodiac (2007)
45
11
Zodiac
R
45
11

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:
Paul Avery
Starring:
Jake Gyllenhaal, Dermot Mulroney, Anthony Edwards, Adam Goldberg, Donal Logue, Mark Ruffalo, Brian Cox
Directed By:
22. Weird Science (1985)
23
5
Weird Science
PG-13
23
5

Always picked-on by peers and ignored by girls, tech-nerds Gary Wallace and Wyatt Donnelly, try to create their dream-woman through the computer, and are shocked when the experiment succeeds in creating gorgeous Lisa, a superhuman who could wield magic powers. She is the perfect one to help them boost their self-esteem and gain popularity. Can their enchanted journey continue to sail smoothly? 

Starring:
Anthony Michael Hall, Bill Paxton, Suzanne Snyder, Ilan Mitchell-Smith
Directed By:
John Hughes
23. Short Cuts (1993)
19
5
Short Cuts
R
19
5

Shortcuts is a comedy-drama film, which revolves around the day-to-day lives of several suburban Los Angeles residents, whose lives are loosely connected. 

Starring:
Julianne Moore, Matthew Modine, Timothy Francis Robbins, Lyle Lovett, Lily Tomlin, Frances McDormand, Jack Lemmon
Directed By:
24. The Soloist (2009)
22
5
The Soloist
PG-13
22
5

A newspaper journalist discovers a mentally ill, homeless man, who is also a music genius possessing extraordinary talent. Inspired his story, he writes an acclaimed series of articles, and tries to improve the latter’s life. 

Role:
Steve Lopez
Starring:
Jena Malone, Jamie Foxx, Catherine Keener, LisaGay Hamilton, Tom Hollander
Directed By:
25. Charlie Bartlett (2007)
16
5
Charlie Bartlett
R
16
5

Charlie Bartlett is a comedy drama film which tells the story of the young Charlie, who gets expelled from multiple schools, and is eventually enrolled in a school run by an alcoholic principal. He soon becomes a self-appointed psychiatrist to help the distressed students.

Role:
Nathan Gardner
Starring:
Sarah Gadon, Hope Davis, Anton Yelchin, Kat Dennings, Tyler Hilton
Directed By:
Jon Poll
26. Chef (2014)
22
7
Chef
R
22
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, Amy Sedaris, Dustin Hoffman, Bobby Cannavale, Jon Favreau, Scarlett Johansson
Directed By:
27. Chances Are (1989)
19
4
Chances Are
PG
19
4

Chances Are is a fantasy romantic comedy film which tells the story of Alex, a young man, who falls for a young student named Corinne. However, after he meets her mother, he starts to remember his past life. He remembers that he used to be a young lawyer, the very same man who was Corinne’s father.  

Role:
Alex Finch
Starring:
Ryan O'Neal, Christopher McDonald, Mary Stuart Masterson, Cybill Shepherd
Directed By:
Emile Ardolino
28. Tropic Thunder (2008)
29
10
Tropic Thunder
R
29
10

Focused on a group of prima donna actors who are making a Vietnam War film, the movie Tropic Thunder is a parody of many famous war movies. The film received generally positive reviews and grossed more than $188 million worldwide. 

Role:
Kirk Lazarus
Starring:
Ben Stiller, Matthew McConaughey, Jack Black, Jason Bateman, Tom Cruise, Christine Taylor, Nick Nolte
Directed By:
29. Pound (1970)
13
4
Pound
X
13
4
Starring:
Charles Dierkop, Joe Madden, Mariclare Costello, James Green
Directed By:
Robert Downey Sr.
30. True Believer (1989)
10
3
True Believer
R
10
3
Role:
Roger Baron
Starring:
James Woods, Margaret Colin, Kurtwood Smith, Yuji Okumoto
Directed By:
Joseph Ruben
31. Natural Born Killers (1994)
25
9
Natural Born Killers
R
25
9

A chilling crime drama, Natural Born Killers, sees a young serial-killer couple, Mickey and Mallory Knox, travel through three states, murdering 52 people to become television sensations thanks to overzealous reporting by journalist, Wayne Gale. Starring Woody Harrelson and Juliette Lewis as the Knoxes, and Robert Downey Jr. as Gale, this movie highlights the sensationalization of mass murderers in mainstream media.

Starring:
Juliette Lewis, Woody Harrelson, Tommy Lee Jones, Steven Alexander Wright, Rodney Dangerfield, Mark Harmon, Jared Harris
Directed By:
32. A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints (2006)
13
5
A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints
R
13
5

A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints is a crime drama film about a boy growing up in Astoria, New York during the 1980s. He gets drawn into a culture of violence, and while most of his friends end up dead or in prison, he escapes to become a successful writer. He also starts believing that he has been saved from suffering like his friends by various ‘saints’.

Role:
Dito
Starring:
Channing Tatum, Shia LaBeouf, Chazz Palminteri, Rosario Dawson, Eric Roberts, Dianne Wiest, Melonie Diaz
Directed By:
Dito Montiel
33. Back to School (1986)
10
5
Back to School
PG-13
10
5

A self-made wealthy but uneducated businessman Thornton Melon decides to enroll himself as freshman to encourage his dispirited son, Jason. to continue his college studies. With big parties and right connections, Thornton becomes popular, and manages to get his schoolwork done by others. But then realizing that money can’t buy him education, he works on his degree to lift his son’s morals.

Role:
Derek Lutz
Starring:
Adrienne Barbeau, Rodney Dangerfield, Burt Young, Sally Kellerman
Directed By:
Alan Metter
34. Soapdish (1991)
11
4
Soapdish
PG-13
11
4

This romantic comedy film shows us the backstage lives of the cast and crew of a popular day-time soap opera. Along with her producer, a new actress plans to sabotage and end the career of the leading lady of the show.

Role:
David Seton Barnes
Starring:
Sally Field, Whoopi Goldberg, Ben Stein, Carrie Fisher, Garry Marshall, Kevin Kline, Elisabeth Shue
Directed By:
Michael Hoffman
35. Restoration (1995)
9
4
Restoration
R
9
4

Restoration is a biographical romantic drama film which tells the story of Merival, a physician who devotes himself to helping common people. His life takes a turn when he saves the life of someone close to the king, and becomes part of the King’s court. In order to hide the Queen’s suspicion, the King orders Merival to marry his mistress, but tells him not to fall in love with her. However, things get complicated when Merival starts developing feelings for his new wife.  

Role:
Robert Merivel
Starring:
Sam Neill, Ian McDiarmid, Hugh Grant, Meg Ryan, Ian McKellen, Polly Walker, Hugh Grant
Directed By:
Michael Hoffman
36. U.S. Marshals (1998)
15
6
U.S. Marshals
PG-13
15
6

U.S. Marshal, Samuel Gerard, is charged with the transport of federal fugitive Mark Roberts. However, when the plane crashes, Roberts escapes but not before rescuing other passengers. DSS Special Agent, John Royce, joins Gerard in the hunt for Roberts, but Gerard is starting to have doubts about Robert’s guilt. 

Role:
Special Agent John Royce
Starring:
Wesley Snipes, Joe Pantoliano, Tommy Lee Jones, Daniel Roebuck
Directed By:
Stuart Baird
37. Bowfinger (1999)
10
4
Bowfinger
PG-13
10
4

B movie film producer Bowfinger is ready to direct his first movie. The script has been penned by an accountant, most of his actors are out of work and he has $2,184 to pay for production cost. He must now sign in action star Kit Ramsey, if he wants the Universal Picture to distribute his film. When Ramsey refuses Bowfinger decides to film his scenes covertly. .

Starring:
Steve Martin, Eddie Murphy, Christine Baranski, Jamie Kennedy
Directed By:
38. Only You (1994)
10
4
Only You
PG
10
4

As a teen, Faith was told that she is destined to get married to a man whose name was Damon Bradley. Therefore years later she sets out to find this man.

Role:
Peter Wright
Starring:
Bonnie Hunt, Billy Zane, Marisa Tomei, Fisher Stevens, Joaquim de Almeida
Directed By:
Norman Jewison
39. Home for the Holidays (1995)
9
4
Home for the Holidays
PG-13
9
4

Claudia Larson is a single mom who has just lost her job due to budget cuts. She  decides to spend Thanksgiving with her parents in Baltimore, but she is surprised when her daughter Kitt decides to stay at home instead.

Role:
Tommy Larson
Starring:
Anne Bancroft, Holly Hunter, Claire Danes, Charles Durning, Geraldine Chaplin, Dylan McDermott
Directed By:
40. Baby It's You (1983)
8
4
Baby It's You
R
8
4
Starring:
Tracy Pollan, Matthew Modine, Rosanna Arquette, Vincent Spano, Joanna Merlin, Jack Davidson
Directed By:
John Sayles
41. Firstborn (1984)
6
3
Firstborn
PG-13
6
3
Starring:
Teri Garr, Corey Haim, Sarah Jessica Parker, Peter Weller
Directed By:
42. Fur: An Imaginary Portrait of Diane Arbus (2006)
7
5
Fur: An Imaginary Portrait of Diane Arbus
R
7
5

Diane, an unconventional married woman, turns her back on her family and falls in love with her mysterious neighbor. However, she comes to know that he is suffering from a rare disease.

Role:
Lionel Sweeney
Starring:
Nicole Kidman, Ty Burrell, Harris Yulin, Jane Alexander
Directed By:
Steven Shainberg
43. The Pick-up Artist (1987)
9
6
The Pick-up Artist
PG-13
9
6

The Pick-Up Artist is a romantic comedy drama film which revolves around the story of Jack Jericho, a womanizing pick up artist who is smitten by Randy Jensen, a tour guide, who seems to have a retort for his every line. Though she isn’t very fond of him initially, things change when he tries to help her father, an alcoholic and compulsive gambler, who is in serious debt, and in trouble with some gangsters.   

Role:
Jack Jericho
Starring:
Molly Ringwald, Vanessa Lynn Williams, Lorraine Bracco, Harvey Keitel, Danny Aiello, Dennis Hopper, Christine Baranski
Directed By:
James Toback
44. Tuff Turf (1985)
6
4
Tuff Turf
R
6
4
Role:
Jimmy Parker
Starring:
Kim Richards, James Spader, Claudette Nevins, Paul Mones
Directed By:
Fritz Kiersch
45. Lucky You (2007)
6
4
Lucky You
PG-13
6
4

Huck Cheever is a talented poker player living in Las Vegas, who is trying to secure a seat in a tournament. However, at the same time, he also has to deal with his personal problems.  

Starring:
Jean Smart, Eric Bana, Michael Shannon, Drew Barrymore, Robert Duvall, Joey Kern, Debra Messing
Directed By:
Curtis Hanson
46. Eros (2004)
6
4
Eros
R
6
4

Eros is an anthology romantic drama film which tells us three different stories. The first story is about a call girl named Miss Hua, who is visited by a shy dressmaker’s assistant Zhang, as he needs to take her measures. The second story is about Nick, an ad executive who suffers tremendous work pressure. He discusses about a beautiful naked woman he saw in his dream with his psychiatrist Dr Pearl. The third story is about a bored couple who notices a gorgeous young woman while taking a stroll near a lake resort.   

Starring:
Alan Arkin, Li Gong, Feng Tien, Chen Chang
47. Gothika (2003)
12
5
Gothika
R
12
5

Brilliant criminal psychiatrist Dr. Miranda Grey, following a car accident, wakes up as a patient in the Woodward Penitentiary where she worked and is treated by her co-worker Dr. Pete Graham. While she has no memory of events after the accident, she learns that she is the prime suspect for the murder of her husband Douglas.

Role:
Pete Graham
Starring:
Halle Berry, Penelope Cruz, John Carroll Lynch, Bernard Hill, Penélope Cruz, Charles S. Dutton
Directed By:
Mathieu Kassovitz
48. Air America (1990)
9
5
Air America
R
9
5

Air America tells the story of a young pilot who is recruited into a covert and corrupt CIA airlift organization. Soon, he and his comrade discover that a few government agents are using the aircraft for heroin smuggling.

Role:
Billy
Starring:
Mel Gibson, Nancy Travis, Ken Jenkins, David Marshall Grant
Directed By:
Roger Spottiswoode
49. One Night Stand (1997)
6
5
One Night Stand
R
6
5

One Night Stand is a romantic drama film which tells the story of a commercial director in Los-Angeles, who finds himself attracted to a married woman named Karen. After spending a night together with her, he eventually returns to his wife and his children, but their paths cross again after one year, when Max returns to New York to visit his dying friend Charlie.

Role:
Charlie
Starring:
Nastassja Kinski, Kyle MacLachlan, John Ratzenberger, Wesley Snipes, Ming-Na Wen
Directed By:
Mike Figgis
50. The Gingerbread Man (1998)
6
5
The Gingerbread Man
R
6
5

The Gingerbread Man

Role:
Clyde Pell
Starring:
Tom Berenger, Daryl Hannah, Famke Janssen, Kenneth Branagh, Robert Duvall, Embeth Davidtz
Directed By:
51. 1969 (1988)
7
5
1969
R
7
5
Role:
Ralph Carr
Starring:
Kiefer Sutherland, Bruce Dern, Winona Ryder, Mariette Hartley
Directed By:
Ernest Thompson
52. Game 6 (2005)
6
4
Game 6
R
6
4
Role:
Steven Schwimmer
Starring:
Bebe Neuwirth, Michael Keaton, Griffin Dunne, Ari Graynor
Directed By:
Michael Hoffman
53. In Dreams (1999)
7
4
In Dreams
R
7
4

In Dreams is a psychological horror film which tells the story of a Claire, a mother, whose world turns upside down after her daughter is murdered brutally. One night, she starts to dream of the man who killed her daughter, who is also responsible for the deaths of several children.

Role:
Vivian Thompson
Starring:
Aidan Quinn, Annette Bening, Paul Guilfoyle, Katie Sagona
Directed By:
Neil Jordan
54. Two Girls and a Guy (1997)
15
7
Two Girls and a Guy
NC-17
15
7
Role:
Blake
Starring:
Heather Graham, Natasha Gregson Wagner, Angel David, Frederique Van Der Wal
Directed By:
James Toback
55. Hugo Pool (1997)
8
5
Hugo Pool
R
8
5
Starring:
Richard Lewis, Patrick Dempsey, Malcolm McDowell, Alyssa Milano, Sean Penn
Directed By:
Robert Downey Sr.
56. The Singing Detective (2003)
6
4
The Singing Detective
R
6
4

The Singing Detective is a crime comedy mystery film which tells the story of a crime novelist who is lying in a hospital bed, due to his skin condition. However, he soon starts hallucinating that he is part of a murder plot.

Role:
Dan Dark
Starring:
Adrien Brody, Carla Gugino, Robin Wright, Katie Holmes, Mel Gibson, Jeremy Northam
Directed By:
Keith Gordon
57. Black and White (1999)
6
5
Black and White
R
6
5

A group of Caucasian teens get fascinated as well as influenced by Harlem’s hip-hop crowd which includes the popular African-American rapper Rich Bower and his partner Cigar. The teens try their best to fit into their culture.

Role:
Terry Donager
Starring:
Marla Maples, Claudia Schiffer, Michael B. Jordan, Jared Leto, Elijah Wood, Brooke Shields, Joe Pantoliano
Directed By:
James Toback
58. Johnny Be Good (1988)
5
5
Johnny Be Good
PG-13
5
5

Johnny Walker is a star high school football player, who is wanted by all the elite colleges nationwide. They entice him with everything that a young teenager could ever want. However, Johnny finds himself in a dilemma as he also wants to attend the local state college with his girlfriend and give up his football career.

Role:
Leo Wiggins
Starring:
Uma Thurman, Jennifer Tilly, Anthony Michael Hall, Paul Gleason, Steve James
Directed By:
Bud S. Smith
59. The Shaggy Dog (2006)
4
4
The Shaggy Dog
PG
4
4

A 300 year old sheepdog manages to escape from the laboratory, and it bites Dave Douglas, a prosecutor who is fighting a case against animal rights activists who firebombed a pharmaceutical company, due to animal experimentation. Soon Dave transforms into a sheepdog himself miraculously.

Starring:
Tim Allen, Danny Glover, Kristin Davis, Spencer Breslin, Jane Curtin
Directed By:
Brian Robbins
60. Friends & Lovers (1999)
4
4
Friends & Lovers
R
4
4
Starring:
Stephen Baldwin, Claudia Schiffer, Suzanne Cryer, Alison Eastwood, George Newbern, Danny Nucci
Directed By:
George Haas
61. Lethargy (2002)
6
3
Lethargy
6
3
Role:
Animal Therapist
Starring:
Edward Burns, David Gelb
Directed By:
Josh Safdie, David Gelb
62. Mr. Willowby's Christmas Tree (1995)
6
3
Mr. Willowby's Christmas Tree
6
3
Role:
Mr. Willowby
Starring:
Leslie Nielsen, Stockard Channing, Kevin Clash, David Rudman
Directed By:
Jon Stone
63. Whatever We Do (2003)
5
3
Whatever We Do
5
3
Role:
Bobby
Starring:
Zooey Deschanel, Tim Roth, Scott Bloom, Amanda Peet
Directed By:
Kevin Connolly
64. Deadwait (1985)
6
3
Deadwait
6
3
Starring:
Leslie Durnin, Donnie Kehr
Directed By:
Sam Hurwitz
65. That's Adequate (1989)
5
5
That's Adequate
R
5
5
Starring:
Jerry Stiller, Anne Meara, Richard Lewis, Ben Stiller, Tony Randall, James Coco
Directed By:
Harry Hurwitz
66. America (1986)
4
5
America
R
4
5
Starring:
Richard Belzer, Michael J. Pollard, Zack Norman, Tammy Grimes
Directed By:
Robert Downey Sr.
67. Danger Zone (1996)
3
4
Danger Zone
R
3
4
Role:
Jim Scott
Starring:
Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa, Billy Zane, Ron Silver, Lisa Collins
Directed By:
Allan Eastman
68. Auto Motives (2000)
3
4
Auto Motives
3
4
Role:
Rob
Starring:
Melissa McCarthy, Allison Janney, James Cameron, Scott Gorman, Josh Hopkins, Michael Imperioli
Directed By:
69. Too Much Sun (1990)
2
3
Too Much Sun
R
2
3
Role:
Reed Richmond
Starring:
Eric Idle, Ralph Macchio, Allan Arbus, Lara Harris, Howard Duff
Directed By:
Robert Downey Sr.
70. Rented Lips (1988)
2
3
Rented Lips
R
2
3
Role:
Wolf Dangler
Starring:
Jennifer Tilly, Kenneth Mars, Martin Mull, Dick Shawn
Directed By:
Robert Downey Sr.
71. Hail Caesar (1994)
2
5
Hail Caesar
PG
2
5
Starring:
Judd Nelson, Anthony Michael Hall, Samuel L. Jackson, Nicholas Pryor, Kane Picoy
Directed By:

Animation Movies

Family Guy
15
3
Family Guy
TV-14
15
3
Starring:
Bryce Dallas Howard, Liam Neeson, Nick Kroll, DJ Qualls, Dakota Fanning, Scott Bakula, Kathleen Turner
Directed By:
A Scanner Darkly (2006)
8
3
A Scanner Darkly
R
8
3

In a near-future America where one-fifth of the population is addicted to the drain damaging drug, Substance D, Bob Arctor works as an undercover agent known only by his codename 'Fred'. As Bob himself becomes addicted and schizophrenic while trying to cozy up with drug dealer Donna, Fred's senior officer orders him to begin invasive surveillance on Bob.

Role:
James Barris
Starring:
Keanu Reeves, Woody Harrelson, Winona Ryder, Rory Cochrane
Directed By:
Richard Linklater

TV Shows

Bob Dylan: Things Have Changed (2000)
8
2
Bob Dylan: Things Have Changed
8
2
Starring:
Tobey Maguire, Michael Douglas, Katie Holmes, Bob Dylan
Directed By:
Curtis Hanson
Tropic Thunder: Rain of Madness (2008)
8
4
Tropic Thunder: Rain of Madness
8
4
Role:
Kirk Lazarus (uncredited)
Starring:
Steve Coogan, Jack Black, Bill Hader, Ben Stiller, Nick Nolte
Spider-Man: Homecoming, NBA Finals: Watch the Game (2017)
9
3
Spider-Man: Homecoming, NBA Finals: Watch the Game
9
3
Role:
Tony Stark
Starring:
Jon Favreau, Tom Holland, Magic Johnson, D.J. Khaled
Mussolini: The Untold Story
8
3
Mussolini: The Untold Story
8
3
Starring:
George C. Scott, Gabriel Byrne, Lee Grant, David Suchet
Directed By:
William A. Graham
Ally McBeal
18
8
Ally McBeal
TV-PG
18
8
Starring:
Jon Bon Jovi, Christina Ricci, Haley Joel Osment, John Ritter, Ray Walston, Lara Flynn Boyle, Jane Krakowski
Directed By:
Mel Damski, Jonathan Pontell, Bill D'Elia, Arlene Sanford, Michael Schultz
Awards:
Golden Globe Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Series, Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for Television
Love & Distrust (2010)
2
3
Love & Distrust
R
2
3
Role:
Rob
Starring:
Sam Worthington, James Franco, Robert Pattinson, Talulah Riley, Amy Adams
Directed By:

Special Appearance/Cameo

The Route V50 (2004)
8
3
The Route V50
8
3
Role:
Traveller (uncredited)
Directed By:
The Incredible Hulk (2008)
28
13
The Incredible Hulk
PG-13
28
13

A superhero film based on the Marvel Comics character the Hulk, The Incredible Hulk follows the story of a man who unwittingly becomes the “Hulk” following a botched-up military program. Though praised for its visuals and action sequences, the film failed to impress at the box office. 

Role:
Tony Stark (uncredited)
Starring:
Tim Roth, Edward Norton, Liv Tyler, Michael K. Williams, Lou Ferrigno, William Hurt, Tim Blake Nelson
Directed By:
Girls Just Want to Have Fun (1985)
6
4
Girls Just Want to Have Fun
PG
6
4

Janey is a talented gymnast, but she is forced to stay out of the spotlight, due to her strict father who is an Army colonel. Her life takes a turn after she moves to a new town and meets a carefree woman named Lynne, who convinces her to disobey her father for the first time and enter a dance competition.

Role:
Punk Party Crasher (uncredited)
Starring:
Cyndi Lauper, Helen Hunt, Shannen Doherty, Sarah Jessica Parker, Biff Yeager
Directed By:
Alan Metter
Greaser's Palace (1972)
5
4
Greaser's Palace
TV-MA
5
4

Greaser’s Palace is a Western comedy film which tells the story of Jesse, who paraglides into a town on the American frontier run by a tyrannical saloon owner. When Greaser murders his son for being a homosexual, Jesse raises the son from the dead.                     

Role:
Small Boy in Covered Wagon (uncredited)
Starring:
Luana Anders, Albert Henderson, Michael Sullivan, George Morgan
Directed By:
Robert Downey Sr.
Up the Academy (1980)
3
4
Up the Academy
R
3
4
Role:
Boy on Soccer Team (uncredited)
Starring:
Ralph Macchio, Ron Leibman, Tom Poston, Wendell Brown, Tommy Citera
Directed By:
Robert Downey Sr.

Robert Downey Jr. Awards

Golden Globe Awards
Sherlock Holmes Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical 2010
Ally McBeal Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Series, Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for Television 2001
Winner Short Cuts (1993) 1994
People's Choice Awards
Winner Favorite Action Movie Star 2014
Winner Favorite Movie Actor 2013
The Avengers Favorite Movie Superhero 2013
Avengers: Endgame Favorite Male Movie Star 2019
Winner Favorite Action Movie Actor 2017
Winner Favorite Dramatic Movie Actor 2015
Winner Favorite Movie Actor 2015
BAFTA Awards
Chaplin Best Actor 1993
MTV Movie & TV Awards
Avengers: Endgame Best Hero 2019
The Avengers Best Fight 2013