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List of Scott Eastwood Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. Gran Torino (2008)
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11
Gran Torino
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Recently widowed Walt Kowalski is a disgruntled Korean War veteran and retired auto worker living alone in Michigan. He detests his Hmong neighbors especially because he caught teenager Thao Lor attempting to steal his prized 1972 Ford Gran Torino. However, Kowalski becomes an unlikely neighborhood hero when the teen's gang leader cousin attacks him for the failure.

Starring:
Clint Eastwood, Christopher Carley, Bee Vang, Ahney Her, Brian Haley
Directed By:
2. Fury (2014)
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Fury
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10

In April 1945, WWII is in its last days. An army sergeant, Wardaddy, leads a Sherman tank – nicknamed Fury - and his five experienced crew member on a dangerous mission deep in the Nazi Germany. When one them is killed, a rookie soldier replaces him. The crew, now have to overcome all odds and gain victory against their enemy.

Directed By:
David Ayer
3. Invictus (2009)
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Invictus
PG-13
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6

Based on true events in South Africa, the movie follows President Nelson Mandela’s plan to unite the racially divided country after the end of the horrific apartheid. Mandela and Springboks captain François Pienaar inspire an entire country to unite under Rugby as the Springboks go on to win the 1995 Rugby World Cup. 

Starring:
Morgan Freeman, Matt Damon, Tony Kgoroge, Patrick Mofokeng, Matt Stern
Directed By:
4. Snowden (2016)
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Snowden
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5

Edward Snowden, an employee and sub-contractor of National Security Agency, becomes disillusioned after discovering that the government is amassing virtual data even from ordinary citizens. Feeling accountable and outraged, he quits and putting his safety at risk, exposes this highly classified information about NSA’s illegal mass surveillance to the press, which makes him one of the most wanted men in the world.

Starring:
Directed By:
5. An American Crime (2007)
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An American Crime
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10
4

A suburban housewife who is divorced, and is a mother of several children, agrees to take care of two girls, while their parents are away. However, she keeps one of the girls locked in the basement, and start torturing her as well.

Starring:
James Franco, Evan Peters, Ellen Page, Hayley McFarland, Nick Searcy, Romy Rosemont
Directed By:
Tommy O'Haver
6. Flags of Our Fathers (2006)
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Flags of Our Fathers
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13
5

A photograph of American soldiers raising the US flag on Mount Suribachi following their victory on Iwo Jima during WWII becomes a symbol of hope back home. The three surviving soldiers from the photo are sent on a tour to raise money by selling war-bonds, but struggle with the limelight, post-war trauma, and misrepresentation of facts by the government.

Starring:
Paul Walker, Adam Beach, John Slattery, Len Cariou, Melanie Lynskey, Ryan Phillippe, Jesse Bradford
Directed By:
7. The Longest Ride (2015)
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The Longest Ride
PG-13
13
5

This neo-Western romantic drama film revolves around Luke and Sophia, whose relationship gets affected by their conflicting career paths. Eventually, an old man helps them resolve the barriers in their relationships. 

Role:
Luke Collins
Directed By:
George Tillman Jr.
8. Trouble with the Curve (2012)
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Trouble with the Curve
PG-13
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4

Trouble with the Curve is a sports drama film which tells the story of a daughter who tries to improve her dysfunctional relationship with her ailing father, a decorated baseball scout, by helping him in a recruiting trip, which may also be his last. 

Starring:
Amy Adams, John Goodman, Clint Eastwood, Chelcie Ross, Raymond Anthony Thomas, Ed Lauter
Directed By:
Robert Lorenz
9. The Outpost (2020)
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The Outpost
R
10
4

This action war drama film revolves around a small team of US soldiers as they battle against an overwhelming force consisting of hundreds of Taliban fighters in the valleys of Afghanistan.

Role:
SSG Clint Romesha
Starring:
10. The Fate of the Furious (2017)
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The Fate of the Furious
PG-13
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Dominic Toretto and the rest of the gang are living a more relaxed life when their peace is shattered by cyber-terrorist Cipher. Cipher blackmails Dom into betraying his team, by kidnapping his ex-partner Elena and their son. Now the team must join forces with Deckard Shaw and Hobbs to save Don and take down Cipher. 

Directed By:
F. Gary Gray
11. I Want You Back (2022)
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I Want You Back
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9
4

Peter and Emma are two strangers who meet and realize that they were both dumped by the people they love on the same weekend. Upon learning about the new relationships of their exes, they decide to join forces and help each other win them back for good. 

Role:
Noah
Starring:
Charlie Day, Gina Rodriguez
12. Enter Nowhere (2011)
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Enter Nowhere
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9
4
Role:
Tom
Starring:
Sara Paxton, Shaun Sipos, Christopher Denham, Katherine Waterston
Directed By:
Jack Heller
13. Pride (2007)
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Pride
PG
6
4

Pride is a sports drama film which tells the story of an African-American man named Jim Ellis, who is unable to find employment, despite being college educated. While working to rehabilitate a swimming pool, in a Recreation Centre, he invites a group of African-American teenagers to take a swim. Being a former competitive swimmer himself, he realizes that some of them have the potential to become great swimmers.

Starring:
Terrence Howard, Bernie Mac, Tom Arnold, Kimberly Elise, Brandon Fobbs
Directed By:
Sunu Gonera
14. Suicide Squad (2016)
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Suicide Squad
PG-13
29
20

Set in the DC Comics universe, Suicide Squad follows a band of supervillians who get recruited to be an elite kill squad while in prison, by a secret government agency, in exchange for shorter jail time. They soon realise that they were not selected for their skills, but to give the government a convenient fall guy.

Starring:
Will Smith, Margot Robbie, Cara Delevingne, Jared Leto, Ben Affleck, Viola Davis, Jai Courtney
Directed By:
David Ayer
15. Pacific Rim: Uprising (2018)
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Pacific Rim: Uprising
PG-13
9
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Set in 2035, the film is a sequel to Pacific Rim and tells the story of Jake Pentecost, whose legendary father died to keep the humanity safe. Once a promising pilot, Jake now deals with stolen Jaeger parts. But when he receives a message from his sister, the PPDC Secretary General, he gives up his life of crime to save the humanity from an even bigger threat. 

Role:
Nate Lambert
Starring:
John Boyega, Rinko Kikuchi, Karan Brar, Charlie Day, Burn Gorman
Directed By:
Steven S. DeKnight
16. Overdrive (2017)
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Overdrive
PG-13
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4

Overdrive is an adventure crime thriller film which revolves around Andrew and Garrett Foster, who are two brothers working as car thieves. Their lives take a turn when they are caught trying to steal a priceless car of a crime boss. The gang leader doesn’t take it lightly, and in exchange for sparing their lives, he asks them to steal a car belonging to his arch-rival.   

Role:
Andrew Foster
Starring:
Simon Abkarian, Gaia Weiss, Ana de Armas, Freddie Thorp
Directed By:
Antonio Negret
17. The Forger (2012)
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The Forger
PG-13
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4

Joshua is a teenager who is taken in by an artist after the latter is abandoned by his mother. It soon seems that the artist actually wants to use his artistic skills for art-forgery. However, Joshua is not sure if he should sell off his morals to have a chance at a better life.

Starring:
Josh Hutcherson, Tricia Helfer, Lauren Bacall, Hayden Panettiere, Alfred Molina, Billy Boyd, Dina Eastwood
Directed By:
Lawrence Roeck
18. Dangerous (2021)
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Dangerous
R
5
4

A sociopath named Dylan escapes from prison to attend his brother Sean’s funeral at an island, after learning about the latter’s death. Once there, he tries to deal with his mental health issues, while also investigating his brother’s death. Meanwhile, a determined FBI agent is on his trail. 

Role:
Dylan 'D' Forrester
Starring:
Kevin Durand, Piper Perabo, Ben Kingsley, Famke Janssen, Mel Gibson, Tyrese Gibson
19. Texas Chainsaw 3D (2013)
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5
Texas Chainsaw 3D
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5
5

The seventh installment in The Texas Massacre franchise is direct sequel to the 1974 film. Heather Miller, who learns that she has inherited a mansion from a distant grandmother, takes a road-trip with friends to claim her inheritance. But after reaching there, she discovers that her inheritance comes with a dark evil hidden in the cellar, in the form of chainsaw-yielding Leatherface. 

Role:
Carl
Starring:
Alexandra Daddario, Dan Yeager, Trey Songz, Tania Raymonde
Directed By:
John Luessenhop
20. Diablo (2015)
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Diablo
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4
5
Role:
Jackson
Starring:
Camilla Belle, Danny Glover, Adam Beach, Tzi Ma
Directed By:
Lawrence Roeck
21. Mercury Plains (2016)
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Mercury Plains
R
4
4
Role:
Mitch
Starring:
Nick Chinlund, Jorge A. Jimenez, Andy Garcia, Justin Arnold
Directed By:
Charles Burmeister
22. Thule (2011)
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Thule
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3
Role:
Amn. D.W. Anderson
Starring:
Noel Fisher, JR Bourne, Chris Marquette, Jackson Davis
Directed By:
Robert Scott Wildes
23. The Bachelor with Dogs and Scott Eastwood (2015)
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The Bachelor with Dogs and Scott Eastwood
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3
Starring:
Joe Hartzler
Directed By:
Andrew Bush
24. Shannon's Rainbow (2009)
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Shannon's Rainbow
PG
5
4
Starring:
Charles Durning, Eric Roberts, Daryl Hannah, Claire Forlani, Michael Madsen, Joanna Pacula
Directed By:
Frank E. Johnson
25. Player 5150 (2008)
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Player 5150
R
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4
Starring:
Bob Gunton, Christopher McDonald, Kathleen Robertson, Ethan Embry
Directed By:
David Michael O'Neill
26. Shelter (2012)
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Shelter
4
4
Role:
Ryan
Starring:
Trent Ford, Malese Jow, Eka Darville, Zachary Abel
Directed By:
Liz Friedlander
27. Dawn Patrol (2014)
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Dawn Patrol
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4
Role:
John
Starring:
Julie Carmen, Jeff Fahey, Rita Wilson, David James Elliott
Directed By:
Daniel Petrie Jr.
28. The Perfect Wave (2014)
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4
The Perfect Wave
PG
4
4
Role:
Ian McCormack
Starring:
Cheryl Ladd, Patrick Lyster, Rachel Hendrix, Scott Mortensen
Directed By:
Bruce Macdonald
29. Walk of Fame (2017)
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Walk of Fame
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Role:
Drew
Starring:
Malcolm McDowell, Jamie Kennedy, Chris Kattan, Cory Hardrict
Directed By:
Jesse Thomas

TV Shows

Chicago Fire
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4
Chicago Fire
18
4
Starring:
Gary Cole, Lauren German, Jesse Spencer, Carl Weathers, Sophia Bush, Joe Keery, Sarah Shahi
Directed By:
Michael Brandt, Jean de Segonzac, Arthur W. Forney, Alex Chapple, Steve Shill
Taylor Swift: Wildest Dreams (2015)
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2
Taylor Swift: Wildest Dreams
G
7
2
Role:
Robert Kingsley (uncredited)
Starring:
Taylor Swift, Patrick Cronen, Diana Gettinger, Gian Keys
Directed By:
Joseph Kahn

Animation Movies

The Lion of Judah (2011)
5
10
The Lion of Judah
PG
5
10
Role:
Jack (voice)
Starring:
Anupam Kher, Ernest Borgnine, Michael Madsen, Sandi Patty
Directed By:
Deryck Broom, Roger Hawkins

Special Appearance/Cameo

Chasing Mavericks (2012)
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4
Chasing Mavericks
PG
11
4

Chasing Mavericks is a sports drama film, which tells the story of Jay Moriarty, a young surfer, whose goal is to ride the Mavericks, one of the world’s biggest tidal waves. In order to help him reach his goal, he takes the help of a local surfing legend.

Role:
Gordy (uncredited)
Starring:
Gerard Butler, Abigail Spencer, Elisabeth Shue, Jonny Weston, Leven Rambin
Directed By: