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List of Michael Caine Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. Educating Rita (1983)
54
5
Educating Rita
PG
54
5
Role:
Dr. Frank Bryant
Starring:
Julie Walters, Maureen Lipman, Michael Williams, Jeananne Crowley
Directed By:
Lewis Gilbert
Awards:
Golden Globe Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical, BAFTA Award for Best Actor
2. The Ipcress File (1965)
58
4
The Ipcress File
58
4
Role:
Harry Palmer
Starring:
Gordon Jackson, Nigel Green, Guy Doleman, Sue Lloyd
Directed By:
Sidney J. Furie
3. The Eagle Has Landed (1976)
57
6
The Eagle Has Landed
PG
57
6

The Eagle Has Landed is a war drama film which tells the story of a Nazi officer, who devises a plan to kidnap or assassinate Winston Churchill, the British Prime Minister.  Their plan seems to be going well, until certain events begin to threaten their success.  

Role:
Oberst Kurt Steiner
Directed By:
John Sturges
4. Secondhand Lions (2003)
125
12
Secondhand Lions
PG
125
12

A shy young boy is dumped off by his greedy mother to spend the summer with two of his eccentric great uncles, believed to be very rich. Although initially unhappy with the arrangement, the two old men soon warm to the boy, telling him stories about their youth. They also order a lion for animal target; but it turns out to be aging circus lioness. 

Role:
Garth
Directed By:
Tim McCanlies
5. The Italian Job (1969)
86
10
The Italian Job
G
86
10

Steve kills safecracker John Bridger after a heist in Venice so that he can keep all the gold for himself. The rest of the team, including tech geek Lyle, leader Charlie, Left Ear and driver Rob seek revenge  from Steve along with Stella, Bridger's daughter.

Role:
Charlie Croker
Starring:
Benny Hill, Noël Coward, Tony Beckley, Raf Vallone
Directed By:
Peter Collinson
6. Get Carter (1971)
66
6
Get Carter
R
66
6

Ruthless London gangster Jack Carter, who suspects that his brother’s death was not an accident, goes to his hometown, Newcastle, for the funeral. While investigating the Newcastle’s underworld, he receives a warning from local boss Kinnear to return to London, which makes him more resolute. As a porno film provides him with the required evidence, Carter sets out to take revenge, triggering a trail of violence. 

Role:
Jack Carter
Starring:
Britt Ekland, Ian Hendry, John Osborne, Tony Beckley
Directed By:
Mike Hodges
7. Zulu (1964)
87
9
Zulu
87
9

Zulu is a historical war drama film which depicts the Battle of Rorke’s Drift in 1879, between the Zulus and the British Army. The film portrays how 150 British soldiers, including 30 sick ones, battle with a force of 4000 Zulu warriors and successfully manage to hold them off. 

Role:
Lt. Gonville Bromhead
Starring:
Richard Burton, Jack Hawkins, James Booth, Stanley Baker
Directed By:
Cy Endfield
8. A Bridge Too Far (1977)
59
6
A Bridge Too Far
PG
59
6

It is based on the events of ‘Operation Market Garden’ of September, 1944. In order to bring a quick end to the WWII, the allied forces decide to drop thousands of paratroopers to secure strategic bridges in Netherlands to obtain access into Germany. The main bridge was the one to Arnhem. But tough German resistance and faulty allied intelligence led to failure.

Directed By:
9. The Muppet Christmas Carol (1992)
29
4
The Muppet Christmas Carol
G
29
4

Based on the novel, The Christmas Carol, by famous novelist Charles Dickens, this film is a retelling of the classic tale of an old and bitter miser, who eventually finds redemption on Christmas eve. 

Role:
Scrooge
Starring:
Frank Oz, Jerry Nelson, Dave Goelz, Steve Whitmire
Directed By:
Brian Henson
10. Inception (2010)
118
23
Inception
PG-13
118
23

Dom Cobb is a skilled thief, the absolute best in the dangerous art of extraction, stealing valuable secrets from deep within the subconscious, when the mind is at its most vulnerable. Cobb's rare ability has made him a coveted player in this treacherous new world of corporate espionage, but it has also made him an international fugitive and cost him everything he has ever loved.

Directed By:
11. Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (1988)
84
14
Dirty Rotten Scoundrels
PG
84
14

A successful con artist in Beaumont-sur-Mer is troubled when another swindler starts operating in the same locality. Fearing that the other man may scare away his targets, he makes a deal with him and decides that the first to con a young American heiress out of fifty thousand dollars can stay while the other must leave the town.

Role:
Lawrence Jamieson
Starring:
Steve Martin, Ian McDiarmid, Glenne Headly, Barbara Harris, Anton Rodgers
Directed By:
12. Going in Style (2017)
37
6
Going in Style
PG-13
37
6

Joe, Willie and Albert, three lifelong friends get cheated of their pension money by a bank. Therefore, they plan to rob the same bank, in order to be able to take care of themselves and their loved ones. 

Role:
Joe Harding
Starring:
Alan Arkin, Kenan Thompson, Christopher Lloyd, Matt Dillon, Peter Serafinowicz, Ann-Margret, Morgan Freeman
Directed By:
13. The Dark Knight (2008)
163
32
The Dark Knight
PG-13
163
32

Considered to be one of the best superhero films ever made, The Dark Knight is the saga of the Batman’s quest to rid the city of Gotham of organized crime. Heath Ledger won a posthumous Best Supporting Actor Oscar for his portrayal of deadly antagonist Joker in the highest grosser of 2008.

Role:
Alfred
Starring:
Heath Ledger, Morgan Freeman, Cillian Murphy, Christian Bale, Aaron Eckhart, Eric Roberts, Gary Oldman
Directed By:
Awards:
People's Choice Award for Favorite Cast
14. Alfie (1966)
44
7
Alfie
TV-14
44
7

Alfie Elkins is a limo driver in Manhattan. Being a sex addict, he indulges in one-night stands with various women. He also maintains a casual relationship with Julie, a single mother, and Dorie, a woman in an unhappy marriage. However, soon he starts to rethink his life.

Role:
Alfie
Starring:
Shelley Winters, Jane Asher, Millicent Martin, Julia Foster
Directed By:
Lewis Gilbert
15. The Man Who Would Be King (1975)
78
14
The Man Who Would Be King
PG
78
14

This action adventure film tells the story of two ex-non-commissioned officers of the British Indian Army. After leaving the army, they decide to set themselves up as Kings in Kafiristan, a land where no white man has set food since Alexander the Great. 

Role:
Peachy Carnehan
Starring:
Sean Connery, Christopher Plummer, Saeed Jaffrey, Doghmi Larbi
Directed By:
16. Deathtrap (1982)
27
4
Deathtrap
PG
27
4

Deathtrap is a black comedy mystery film which tells the story of a playwright, who is suffering from writer’s block. Therefore, he thinks of murdering a student to steal his play.

Role:
Sidney Bruhl
Starring:
Christopher Reeve, Henry Jones, Irene Worth, Dyan Cannon
Directed By:
Sidney Lumet
17. The Dark Knight Rises (2012)
93
21
The Dark Knight Rises
PG-13
93
21

Christopher Nolan concludes his The Dark Knight trilogy featuring DC superhero Batman by bringing him back from self-imposed exile to tackle the merciless mercenary Bane, who plans to take over Gotham city by controlling its dark underworld, with the help of the mysterious cat burglar Selina Kyle and his trusted butler Alfred.

Starring:
Anne Hathaway, Liam Neeson, Matthew Modine, William Devane, Ben Mendelsohn, Tom Conti, Tom Hardy
Directed By:
18. Gambit (1966)
24
4
Gambit
24
4
Role:
Harry Dean
Starring:
Shirley MacLaine, Herbert Lom, Roger C. Carmel, Arnold Moss
Directed By:
Ronald Neame
19. Batman Begins (2005)
80
19
Batman Begins
PG-13
80
19

Christopher Nolan's reboot of the Batman series details the origin of the caped crusader as he travels to Asia, where he conquers his fears and trains in combat under Henri Ducard. However, after learning about Ducard's true identity and mission, he returns to Gotham to protect the city as Batman with help from associates Alfred and Lucius Fox.

Role:
Alfred
Starring:
Katie Holmes, Morgan Freeman, Cillian Murphy, Liam Neeson, Christian Bale, Gary Oldman
Directed By:
20. The Prestige (2006)
74
16
The Prestige
PG-13
74
16

Robert Angier and Alfred Borden, who work as shills for a magician, become sworn enemies following a tragic accident that kills the former's wife. Now working separately as famous magicians, they are obsessed with outwitting each other in developing the ultimate disappearance trick, teleportation, which eventually drives their loved ones away and leads to their downfall.

Role:
Cutter
Starring:
Hugh Jackman, Scarlett Johansson, Piper Perabo, Andy Serkis, Christian Bale, Rebecca Hall
Directed By:
21. Interstellar (2014)
85
21
Interstellar
PG-13
85
21

In a post-apocalyptic Earth menaced by crop blights and dust storms, physicist Professor Brand sends a team of researchers led by former NASA pilot Cooper to carry frozen human embryos onboard spacecraft Endurance through a wormhole to a distant galaxy with three potentially habitable planets which can be the new home for the human race.

Starring:
Matthew McConaughey, Timothée Chalamet, Matt Damon, Jessica Chastain, John Lithgow, Casey Affleck, Topher Grace
Directed By:
22. Harry Brown (2009)
79
19
Harry Brown
R
79
19
Role:
Harry Brown
Starring:
Iain Glen, David Bradley, Emily Mortimer, Charlie Creed-Miles
Directed By:
Daniel Barber
23. Dressed to Kill (1980)
29
6
Dressed to Kill
R
29
6

When a mysterious blonde woman kills a patient of a psychiatrist, Liz Blake, a call girl, is the only witness to this murder. However, the police thinks that Liz is the murderer, but the real killer tries to silence and get rid of Liz, the only witness.

Role:
Doctor Robert Elliott
Starring:
Angie Dickinson, Dennis Franz, Keith Gordon, Nancy Allen
Directed By:
24. Sleuth (1972)
48
10
Sleuth
PG
48
10

Slueth is a mystery thriller film, which tells the story of Andrew, who wants to divorce his wife without having to pay her any alimony. He, therefore, joins hands with her ex-lover, Milo, to plan a robbery. But their personal differences are the only obstacles in their plan. 

Role:
Milo Tindle
Starring:
Laurence Olivier, Alec Cawthorne, John Matthews, Eve Channing
Directed By:
25. Kingsman: The Secret Service (2014)
56
15
Kingsman: The Secret Service
R
56
15

After being arrested, young troublemaker Gary "Eggsy" Unwin dials an emergency number he was given when his father died 17 years ago. He is approached by Harry Hart, who reveals that Eggsy's father was a colleague and fellow member of Kingsman secret service group. He offers to initiate Eggsy into the group as a global threat looms large.

Starring:
Colin Firth, Taron Egerton, Samuel L. Jackson, Sofia Boutella, Adrian Quinton, Mark Strong, Jonno Davies
Directed By:
Matthew Vaughn
26. A Shock to the System (1990)
19
4
A Shock to the System
R
19
4
Role:
Graham Marshall
Starring:
Swoosie Kurtz, Elizabeth McGovern, Samuel L. Jackson, Peter Riegert
Directed By:
Jan Egleson
27. Children of Men (2006)
35
8
Children of Men
R
35
8

Children of Men takes us to a dystopian future in the year 2027, where human beings are no longer able to procreate, as a result of infertility. The film revolves around Theo Faron, who helps a woman found mysteriously pregnant, in transporting her to safety. 

Role:
Jasper
Starring:
Charlie Hunnam, Clive Owen, Pam Ferris, Julianne Moore, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Ed Westwick, Danny Huston
Directed By:
28. Mona Lisa (1986)
25
5
Mona Lisa
R
25
5

George is a small-time crook who has just left prison. He soon finds himself working as a driver for a high class call girl named Simone. His life gets complicated when she asks his help to find a young colleague from her older days, and he accepts.

Role:
Mortwell
Starring:
Bob Hoskins, Robbie Coltrane, Clarke Peters, Cathy Tyson
Directed By:
Neil Jordan
29. Blood Money (1957)
9
4
Blood Money
9
4
Role:
Fighter
Starring:
Sean Connery, Jacqueline Hill, George Margo, Warren Mitchell
Directed By:
Ralph Nelson
30. Male of the Species (1969)
9
5
Male of the Species
9
5
Role:
Cornelius
Starring:
Laurence Olivier, Sean Connery, Paul Scofield, Anna Calder-Marshall
Directed By:
Charles Jarrott, Anthony Page
31. The Cider House Rules (1999)
48
11
The Cider House Rules
PG-13
48
11

Orphan Homer Wells is lovingly brought up in a Maine orphanage by Dr. Wilbur Larch, who performs secret abortions for people in need. As Homer grows up skillful in obstetrical duties he leaves the orphanage because he doesn’t agree with Larch on abortion, but quickly starts questioning his choices after he starts working at an apple orchard.  

Role:
Dr. Wilbur Larch
Starring:
Charlize Theron, Tobey Maguire, Paul Rudd, Kieran Culkin, Erykah Badu, Erik Per Sullivan, Delroy Lindo
Directed By:
Lasse Hallström
Awards:
Academy Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role
32. Hamlet at Elsinore (1964)
9
2
Hamlet at Elsinore
9
2
Role:
Horatio
Starring:
Christopher Plummer, Donald Sutherland, Robert Shaw, Alec Clunes, June Tobin
Directed By:
Philip Saville
33. Noises Off... (1992)
13
4
Noises Off...
PG-13
13
4

Member of a theatre group fumble while giving their performances due to lack of professionalism and petty off-stage issues. But what follows is chaos, levity and amusement.

Role:
Lloyd Fellowes
Starring:
Marilu Henner, John Ritter, Carol Burnett, Christopher Reeve, Denholm Elliott, Julie Hagerty
Directed By:
Peter Bogdanovich
34. Hannah and Her Sisters (1986)
26
7
Hannah and Her Sisters
PG-13
26
7

Three sisters Lee, Holly and Hannah, reunite after two years at a Thanksgiving party. Things take a turn when Hannah discovers that her husband is actually having an affair with her sister, Lee. 

Role:
Elliot
Starring:
Woody Allen, Mia Farrow, Dianne Wiest, Sam Waterston, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Max von Sydow, James Thomas Patrick Walsh
Directed By:
Awards:
Academy Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role
35. Miss Congeniality (2000)
31
9
Miss Congeniality
PG-13
31
9

When notorious terrorist, The Citizen, threatens to bomb the Miss United States beauty pageant, the FBI decides to send an undercover agent as one of the contestants. Tough tomboy agent Grace Hart is the only suitable candidate for the role, but she must first learn how to dress, walk and behave like a beauty queen.

Role:
Victor Melling
Starring:
Sandra Bullock, Benjamin Bratt, William Shatner, Candice Bergen
Directed By:
Donald Petrie
36. Now You See Me (2013)
41
14
Now You See Me
PG-13
41
14

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.

Starring:
Dave Franco, Jesse Eisenberg, Woody Harrelson, Mark Ruffalo, Isla Fisher, Mélanie Laurent, Morgan Freeman
Directed By:
37. The Compartment (1961)
8
4
The Compartment
8
4
Role:
Young Man
Starring:
Frank Finlay
Directed By:
John McGrath
38. Flawless (2007)
22
5
Flawless
PG-13
22
5

Flawless is a heist crime drama film which tells the story of an elderly janitor in the 1960s, who tries to convince a frustrated executive to help him steal a handful of precious diamonds from the London Diamond Corporation, the company they work for.

Role:
Hobbs
Starring:
Demi Moore, Joss Ackland, Natalie Dormer, Lambert Wilson, Shaughan Seymour, Nathaniel Parker
Directed By:
Michael Radford
39. Sleuth (2007)
21
6
Sleuth
R
21
6

An aging writer comes to know that his wife is having an affair. Therefore, he comes up with a cunning plan to teach her lover a lesson.

Role:
Andrew
Starring:
Jude Law, Harold Pinter, Kenneth Branagh, Carmel O'Sullivan
Directed By:
40. Too Late the Hero (1970)
21
5
Too Late the Hero
PG
21
5
Role:
Pvt. Tosh Hearne
Starring:
Cliff Robertson, Henry Fonda, Harry Andrews, Ian Bannen
Directed By:
Robert Aldrich
41. Victory (1981)
15
5
Victory
PG
15
5

During the Second World War, a group of Allied prisoners agrees to play a football match against the Nazis. However, the Nazis are unaware of the fact that the prisoners want to use it as a way to escape from their captivity.

Role:
Capt. John Colby - The Players: England
Starring:
Sylvester Stallone, Max von Sydow, Pelé, Bobby Moore, Osvaldo Ardiles
Directed By:
42. Kidnapped (1971)
15
7
Kidnapped
G
15
7

Young David Balfour is cheated out of his inheritance by his Uncle Ebeneezer Balfour, who has David kidnapped by sea captain Hoseason. David forms a friendship with Alan Breck on board the ship and the two embark on a life-changing adventure, with David even falling in love with Catriona. 

Role:
Alan Breck
Starring:
Donald Pleasence, Trevor Howard, Jack Hawkins, Lawrence Douglas, Vivien Heilbron
Directed By:
Delbert Mann
43. Tenet (2020)
24
12
Tenet
PG-13
24
12

Directed by the renowned Christopher Nolan, Tenet is a mind-bending science-fiction action thriller film which revolves around a special agent who is sent on a mission armed with only one word as his weapon. He must travel through time as well as bend the laws of nature in order to succeed in his mission, which involves stopping a Third World War from erupting.  

Role:
Crosby
Starring:
Dimple Kapadia, Robert Pattinson, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, John David Washington, Elizabeth Debicki, Clémence Poésy, Kenneth Branagh
44. Youth (2015)
13
4
Youth
R
13
4

Aged best friends, retired classical composer, Fred Ballinger, and film director, Mick Boyle, are vacationing at a luxury resort in Wiesen. While Mick is trying to write his latest film, Fred is being approached with knighthood and an opportunity to perform in front of Queen Elizabeth II. Circumstances force them to reflect on their lives. 

Starring:
Harvey Keitel, Rachel Weisz, Jane Fonda, The Retrosettes, Gabriella Belisario, Laura De Marchi
Directed By:
Paolo Sorrentino
45. Quills (2000)
9
6
Quills
R
9
6

The period drama fictionalizes the last years of 18th century’s infamous French writer Marquis de Sade who was imprisoned at Charenton Insane Asylum for titillating writing. Banished from writing, he takes help of laundress Madeline who smuggles his stories to printer. As his sexually explicit books continue getting published, a severely conformist doctor, known for tormenting punishments, is appointed to treat Marquis. 

Role:
Royer-Collard
Starring:
Stephen Moyer, Joaquin Phoenix, Kate Winslet, Geoffrey Rush, Billie Whitelaw
Directed By:
Philip Kaufman
46. The Last Valley (1971)
13
3
The Last Valley
PG
13
3
Role:
The Captain
Starring:
Omar Sharif, Brian Blessed, Florinda Bolkan, Nigel Davenport, Per Oscarsson
Directed By:
James Clavell
47. Billion Dollar Brain (1967)
15
6
Billion Dollar Brain
15
6
Role:
Harry Palmer
Starring:
Donald Sutherland, Karl Malden, Ed Begley, Oskar Homolka, Françoise Dorléac
Directed By:
48. The Two-Headed Spy (1958)
8
5
The Two-Headed Spy
8
5

General Alexander Scott is a well respected member of the Third Reich's inner circle. But in reality, he is a British spy, who has been planted in the German Army towards the end of WWI.  The story, which begins in 1939, depicts his struggle to keep his true identity hidden while continuing to pass on the much needed information to the British. 

Starring:
Donald Pleasence, Jack Hawkins, Felix Aylmer, Alexander Knox, Gia Scala
Directed By:
André De Toth
49. The Quiet American (2002)
12
3
The Quiet American
R
12
3

During the Vietnam War, a young American falls in love with a beautiful Vietnamese girl. However, she is dating an English reporter, who is unable to accept this. Therefore, in order to get him out of the way, the reporter decides to frame the American for bombings that take place in the city.

Role:
Thomas Fowler
Starring:
Brendan Fraser, Rade Serbedzija, Tzi Ma, Do Thi Hai Yen
Directed By:
Phillip Noyce
50. Little Voice (1998)
10
3
Little Voice
R
10
3

Little Voice is a musical drama film which tells the story of an only child, Laura, who lives with her mother. She has been a recluse since the death of her father, and she hides away in her bedroom most of the time, listening to records and impersonating voices of American and British artists. Soon her mother, who is selfish as well as greedy, discovers the singing talent of her daughter.  

Starring:
Ewan McGregor, Brenda Blethyn, Jane Horrocks, Philip Jackson
Directed By:
Mark Herman
Awards:
Golden Globe Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical
51. How to Murder a Rich Uncle (1957)
7
4
How to Murder a Rich Uncle
7
4

How to Murder a Rich Uncle is a comedy crime film which tells the story of an impoverished family living on a grand English estate, but going through hard times. When Sir Henry, head of the household, learns that their rich Canadian Uncle George is visiting them, he feels that murdering his uncle is the only solution to get rid of their financial problems.

Starring:
Anthony Newley, Wendy Hiller, Charles Coburn, Nigel Patrick, Katie Johnson
Directed By:
Nigel Patrick
52. Battle of Britain (1969)
9
3
Battle of Britain
G
9
3

In 1940, German Luftwaffe begins a series of concentrated aerial attacks to establish air superiority over England. The dedicated pilots of Britain’s RAF face terrible odds, yet repeatedly take to the skies in a desperate battle to stop the outnumbering German Luftwaffe from taking over English skies. Finally, the aggressive counter-attack by the determined RAF succeeds in fending off the Nazi invasion of England.

Role:
Squadron Leader Canfield
Starring:
Ian McShane, Trevor Howard, Christopher Plummer, Laurence Olivier, Harry Andrews
Directed By:
Guy Hamilton
53. Without a Clue (1988)
13
3
Without a Clue
PG
13
3

Based on the famous characters by Arthur Conan Doyle, this film is a Sherlock Holmes story with a difference. Dr Watson is shown as the ace detective, and he has been using an actor to play the role of Holmes in order to protect his role as a physician.

Role:
Reginald Kincaid / Sherlock Holmes
Starring:
Ben Kingsley, Peter Edward Cook, Jeffrey Jones, Paul Freeman, Lysette Anthony
Directed By:
Thom Eberhardt
54. Last Orders (2001)
10
3
Last Orders
R
10
3

Jack, an amiable London butcher passes away, leaving behind his wife Amy and a group of loyal friends. As they bring their friend’s ashes to the sea, Ray, Lenny, and Vic are accompanied by Jack’s foster son, Vince. Together they keep each other company while remembering the good times they had with Jack. 

Role:
Jack
Starring:
Helen Mirren, Bob Hoskins, Tom Courtenay, David Hemmings
Directed By:
Fred Schepisi
55. Eliza Graves (2014)
8
4
Eliza Graves
PG-13
8
4

In 1899, Oxford graduate Dr. Edward Newgate joins Stonehearst Asylum for apprenticeship. He is smitten by a stately-looking lady patient Eliza Graves. But Newgate feels that asylum superintendent Dr. Silas Lamb’s treatment methods are quite unorthodox and strange. Then one night as he follows an abnormal sound, he is shocked to discover that at the asylum, nothing is as it seems to be. 

Role:
Benjamin Salt
Starring:
Kate Beckinsale, Brendan Gleeson, Ben Kingsley, Jim Sturgess, David Thewlis
Directed By:
Brad Anderson
56. Funeral in Berlin (1966)
9
3
Funeral in Berlin
9
3
Role:
Harry Palmer
Starring:
Eva Renzi, Oskar Homolka, Paul Hubschmid, Guy Doleman
Directed By:
Guy Hamilton
57. Blame It on Rio (1984)
23
11
Blame It on Rio
R
23
11

Matthew and Victor are two best friends, who decide to go on a vacation to Rio de Janeiro, along with their daughters. Things get complicated when both men falls for the other’s daughter.

Role:
Matthew Hollis
Starring:
Demi Moore, Joseph Bologna, Valerie Harper, Michelle Johnson
Directed By:
Stanley Donen
58. Water (1985)
11
4
Water
PG-13
11
4
Role:
Baxter
Starring:
Alfred Molina, Billy Connolly, Valerie Perrine, Brenda Vaccaro, Leonard Rossiter
Directed By:
Dick Clement
59. Mr. Morgan's Last Love (2013)
10
4
Mr. Morgan's Last Love
10
4

Matthew Morgan is a retired professor who finds himself depressed and suicidal after his wife passes away. His life however takes a turn when he develops a special relationship with a young French woman, who is less than half his age.

Role:
Matthew Morgan
Starring:
Clémence Poésy, Jane Alexander, Michelle Goddet, Serge Hollogne, Fred Fuchs
Directed By:
Sandra Nettelbeck
60. The Wrong Box (1966)
7
3
The Wrong Box
7
3
Starring:
Peter Sellers, Sir John Mills, Dudley Moore, Nicholas Parsons, Jeremy Lloyd, Tony Hancock, Peter Edward Cook
Directed By:
Bryan Forbes
61. Play Dirty (1969)
7
3
Play Dirty
M
7
3
Role:
Capt. Douglas
Starring:
Harry Andrews, Nigel Davenport, Nigel Green, Patrick Jordan
Directed By:
André De Toth
62. Is Anybody There? (2008)
8
4
Is Anybody There?
PG-13
8
4
Starring:
Leslie Phillips, Anne-Marie Duff, Linzey Cocker, Bill Milner
Directed By:
John Crowley
63. The Weather Man (2005)
10
5
The Weather Man
R
10
5

Although doing well on the professional front, Chicago’s weatherman, Dave Spritz, is not happy about his personal life…….he couldn’t make his celebrated author father proud, he has separated from his wife and his kids present their own problems. Possibility of a high-profile job on New York television raises new question, whether to better his career prospects or stay back to mend his relationships? 

Role:
Robert Spritzel
Starring:
Nicolas Cage, Nicholas Hoult, Hope Davis, Gemmenne de la Peña
Directed By:
Gore Verbinski
64. The Fourth Protocol (1987)
7
3
The Fourth Protocol
R
7
3

John Preston, a British spy is demoted by his boss for an unapproved but benign mission. He comes across a plot by Valeri Petrofsky, a KGB agent. Petrofsky is tring to frame Americans for building and detonating a nuclear bomb on British soil. Preston who is quite annoyed with his superiors takes the matter in his hands with the support of his MI5 director. He attempts to expose and thwart the plot before things go out of control.
  

Role:
John Preston
Starring:
Pierce Brosnan, Ned Beatty, Joanna Cassidy, Julian Glover
Directed By:
John Mackenzie
65. Now You See Me 2 (2016)
16
11
Now You See Me 2
PG-13
16
11

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. 

Starring:
Daniel Radcliffe, Lizzy Caplan, Jay Chou, Morgan Freeman, Dave Franco, Jesse Eisenberg, Woody Harrelson
Directed By:
Jon M. Chu
66. Mr. Destiny (1990)
7
3
Mr. Destiny
PG-13
7
3

Larry seems quite disappointed with his life, and he blames all his problems on not being able to win a baseball championship game during high school. A guardian angel soon appears in his life, and gives him a chance to live an alternate life, in which he has won the championship game.

Role:
Mike
Starring:
Jim Belushi, Courteney Cox, Linda Hamilton, Rene Russo, Hart Bochner, James Belushi, Jon Lovitz
Directed By:
James Orr
67. Around the Bend (2004)
6
4
Around the Bend
R
6
4
Role:
Henry Lair
Starring:
Christopher Walken, Jonah Bobo, Josh Lucas, Glenne Headly
Directed By:
Jordan Roberts
68. Solo for Sparrow (1962)
7
3
Solo for Sparrow
7
3
Role:
Paddy Mooney
Starring:
Michael Coles, Allan Cuthbertson, Yvonne Buckingham, Eric Dodson
Directed By:
Gordon Flemyng
69. The Black Windmill (1974)
6
3
The Black Windmill
PG
6
3
Role:
Maj. John Tarrant
Starring:
John Rhys-Davies, Donald Pleasence, Joss Ackland, Clive Revill, John Vernon, Delphine Seyrig
Directed By:
Don Siegel
70. The Wilby Conspiracy (1975)
6
3
The Wilby Conspiracy
TV-14
6
3
Role:
Jim Keogh
Starring:
Sidney Poitier, Nicol Williamson, Saeed Jaffrey, Prunella Gee
Directed By:
Ralph Nelson
71. Journey 2: The Mysterious Island (2012)
12
9
Journey 2: The Mysterious Island
PG
12
9

After receiving a coded distress signal from an uncharted mysterious island, 17-year old Sean Anderson, with his step-father Hank, embarks on a journey to search the island where he believes his long-lost grandfather is stranded. With a helicopter pilot and his daughter, they discover the spectacular island, meet Sean’s grandfather, but must find their way back before the island sinks under water. 

Role:
Alexander
Starring:
Dwayne Johnson, Josh Hutcherson, Vanessa Hudgens, Kristin Davis, Luis Guzmán
Directed By:
Brad Peyton
72. Austin Powers in Goldmember (2002)
11
9
Austin Powers in Goldmember
TV-14
11
9

The movie starts with super spy Austin Powers arresting Dr. Evil and foiling his plan to bring back the evil Goldmember. But when his father Nigel Powers is kidnapped, Austin travels back in time and teams up with Foxxy Cleopatra to stop Goldmember and Dr. Evil’s son Scott from destroying the world and save his father. 

Starring:
Mike Myers, Tom Cruise, Kevin Spacey, Seth Green, Danny DeVito, Steven Spielberg, Michael York
Directed By:
Jay Roach
73. The Statement (2003)
11
3
The Statement
R
11
3
Role:
Pierre Brossard
Starring:
Tilda Swinton, Jeremy Northam, Charlotte Rampling, Alan Bates
Directed By:
Norman Jewison
74. The Romantic Englishwoman (1975)
8
3
The Romantic Englishwoman
R
8
3

As Elizabeth goes alone on a Europe vacation, her writer husband Lewis Fielding, who is tackling a writer’s block, suspects that she is having an affair. In Europe, Elizabeth briefly meets a German who claims to be a poet, but actually is a drug-dealer. After her return to England, he too follows and is invited over by Lewis, thus complicating the matters.  

Role:
Lewis
Starring:
Glenda Jackson, Michael Lonsdale, Helmut Berger, Béatrice Romand
Directed By:
Joseph Losey
75. A Hill in Korea (1956)
5
3
A Hill in Korea
5
3
Starring:
Harry Andrews, George Baker, Ronald Lewis, Michael Medwin
Directed By:
Julian Amyes
76. Best Sellers (2021)
6
4
Best Sellers
16
6
4
Role:
Harris Shaw
77. The Whistle Blower (1986)
6
3
The Whistle Blower
PG
6
3
Role:
Frank Jones
Starring:
John Gielgud, Nigel Havers, James Fox, Felicity Dean
Directed By:
Simon Langton
78. Silver Bears (1977)
5
4
Silver Bears
PG
5
4

Financial genius, Doc Fletcher, is sent to Lugano to obtain a bank so that his mobster boss can easily launder black money. But the bank turns out to have only a few hundred dollars in assets. When a chance to invest in an Iranian silver mine opens up, Fletcher sees an opportunity to turn bad luck into fortune. 

Role:
Doc Fletcher
Starring:
Jay Leno, Louis Jourdan, Joss Ackland, David Warner, Cybill Shepherd, Stéphane Audran
Directed By:
Ivan Passer
79. Blood and Wine (1996)
5
5
Blood and Wine
R
5
5

Blood and Wine is a crime drama thriller film which tells the story of a man who feels that he has failed as a father and husband, and eventually he decides to commit a heist to get rid of his financial woes. However, things get complicated when his wife decides to interfere.

Role:
Victor
Starring:
Jennifer Lopez, Jack Nicholson, Stephen Dorff, Judy Davis
Directed By:
Bob Rafelson
80. Ashanti (1979)
8
6
Ashanti
R
8
6
Role:
Dr. David Linderby
Starring:
Rex Harrison, Omar Sharif, William Holden, Peter Ustinov, Beverly Johnson
Directed By:
Richard Fleischer
81. The Marseille Contract (1974)
5
3
The Marseille Contract
PG
5
3

Unable to bring down ruthless drug lord Jacques Brizzard, US Intelligence Agent Steve Ventura, stationed in Paris, hires a hitman, who turns out to be an old friend, John Deray. As Deray accepts the contract and infiltrates into Brizzard's mansion, Ventura decides to cancel the contract, while Brizzard attempts to frame Deray after running a background check.

Role:
John Deray
Starring:
Anthony Quinn, James Mason, Maurice Ronet, Alexandra Stewart
Directed By:
Robert Parrish
82. Woman Times Seven (1967)
5
3
Woman Times Seven
5
3

An Italian-French-American co-production, this comedy film by director Vittorio De Sica comprises seven mini series featuring seven different types of women in different situations. The seven episodes include Funeral Procession, Amateur Night, Two Against One, Super Simone, At the Opera, Suicides and Snow.

Starring:
Anita Ekberg, Vittorio Gassman, Peter Sellers, Alan Arkin, Shirley MacLaine, Rossano Brazzi
Directed By:
83. The Last Witch Hunter (2015)
9
7
The Last Witch Hunter
PG-13
9
7

When valiant witch-hunter, Kaulder, defeated the Queen Witch in the Middle Ages, the dying witch cursed him with immortality, thus separating him eternally from his wife and daughter. For 800 years Kaulder maintained peace on earth by obliterating noxious witches. But now the deadly witches have resurrected the vengeful Queen Witch who vows to wreak havoc. Can Kaulder save the human race?

Starring:
Vin Diesel, Elijah Wood, Rose Leslie, Ólafur Darri Ólafsson
Directed By:
Breck Eisner
84. Shiner (2000)
6
3
Shiner
R
6
3

Billy Simpson aka Shiner is a ruthlessly ambitious boxing promoter, but he has been banned from legitimate fights. He eventually sees potential in his only son Eddie, and pits him against a champion named Michael Peck. However, Eddie is killed on the night of the fight, and Billy suspects his rival Frank Spedding. He plans revenge and at the same time, starts to lose his sanity.

Role:
Billy 'Shiner' Simpson
Starring:
Martin Landau, Andy Serkis, Frank Harper, Frances Barber
Directed By:
John Irvin
85. Pulp (1972)
5
3
Pulp
PG
5
3
Role:
Mickey King
Starring:
Mickey Rooney, Lionel Stander, Lizabeth Scott, Nadia Cassini
Directed By:
Mike Hodges
86. The Actors (2003)
5
3
The Actors
R
5
3
Role:
Anthony O'Malley
Starring:
Lena Headey, Miranda Richardson, Dylan Moran, Michael Gambon
Directed By:
Conor McPherson
87. California Suite (1978)
12
5
California Suite
PG
12
5
Role:
Sidney Cochran
Starring:
Maggie Smith, Richard Pryor, Alan Alda, Walter Matthau, Elaine May, James Coburn, Jane Fonda
Directed By:
Herbert Ross
88. Hurry Sundown (1967)
8
3
Hurry Sundown
8
3

In rural Georgia, bigoted, greedy Henry Warren and his wife Julie Ann plan to sell their land but to do so they need to sell two adjoining lands. When the landowners, Reeve and Rad form an alliance against Henry, a desperate Henry resolves to heinous tactics including involving the KKK to get what he wants. 

Role:
Henry Warren
Starring:
George Harris Kennedy, Jr, Faye Dunaway, Robert Reed, Diahann Carroll, Jane Fonda, John Phillip Law, Robert Hooks
Directed By:
89. Zee and Co. (1972)
8
3
Zee and Co.
R
8
3

A wealthy architect starts falling for a good natured young widow, with a dark past. However, his wife is unable to bear this and tries to break up their romance.

Role:
Robert Blakeley
Starring:
Elizabeth Taylor, Margaret Leighton, John Standing, Susannah York
Directed By:
Brian G. Hutton
90. Foxhole in Cairo (1960)
5
3
Foxhole in Cairo
5
3
Starring:
Neil McCallum, Niall MacGinnis, James Robertson Justice, Robert Urquhart
Directed By:
John Llewellyn Moxey
91. Come Away (2020)
5
4
Come Away
PG
5
4
Role:
Charlie
Starring:
David Oyelowo, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Derek Jacobi
92. Sweet Liberty (1986)
5
3
Sweet Liberty
PG
5
3
Role:
Elliott James
Starring:
Lois Chiles, Lillian Gish, Michelle Pfeiffer, Alan Alda, Bob Hoskins, Lise Hilboldt
Directed By:
93. The Island (1980)
10
7
The Island
R
10
7
Role:
Blair Maynard
Starring:
David Warner, Angela Punch McGregor, Frank Middlemass, Don Henderson
Directed By:
Michael Ritchie
94. The Honorary Consul (1983)
5
3
The Honorary Consul
R
5
3

Eduardo Plarr, a doctor, practices in a small Argentinean town and awaits news from his British father who is a political prisoner in Paraguay. One day his old friend seeks his help in kidnapping the US ambassador. The objective is to free political prisoners from Paraguay, including his father, in exchange. However, when a wrong person is kidnapped, Plarr faces a moral predicament.

Role:
Consul Charley Fortnum
Starring:
Richard Gere, Bob Hoskins, Elpidia Carrillo, Joaquim de Almeida
Directed By:
John Mackenzie
95. Deadfall (1968)
6
3
Deadfall
R
6
3
Role:
Henry Stuart Clarke
Starring:
Nanette Newman, Giovanna Ralli, Eric Portman, David Buck
Directed By:
Bryan Forbes
96. Peeper (1975)
5
3
Peeper
PG
5
3

Pepeer is an American mystery comedy film, which tells the story of a father who hires an investigator to find his long-lost daughter. However, unknown to him, she is pursued by two dangerous goons. 

Role:
Leslie C. Tucker
Starring:
Natalie Wood, Michael Constantine, Thayer David, Kitty Winn
Directed By:
Peter Hyams
97. The Holcroft Covenant (1985)
10
4
The Holcroft Covenant
R
10
4
Role:
Noel Holcroft
Starring:
Lilli Palmer, Michael Lonsdale, Victoria Tennant, Anthony Andrews, Mario Adorf
Directed By:
John Frankenheimer
98. The Magus (1968)
6
3
The Magus
R
6
3
Role:
Nicholas Urfe
Starring:
Anna Karina, Corin Redgrave, Anthony Quinn, Candice Bergen, Paul Stassino
Directed By:
Guy Green
99. The Meaning of Life (1983)
15
12
The Meaning of Life
R
15
12

‘The Meaning of Life’ is a musical presented through a series of sketches. It’s a film by the British comedy troupe Monty Python, portraying various stages of life from the miracle of birth to the mystery of death. The movie also depicts hilarious vignettes about religious service, sex education, war, organ donation – every possible thing, just to find ‘the meaning of life.’ 

Starring:
Terry Gilliam, Eric Idle, John Cleese, Jane Leeves, Graham Chapman, Terry Jones, Michael Palin
Directed By:
100. Bullet to Beijing (1995)
4
3
Bullet to Beijing
R
4
3
Role:
Harry Palmer
Starring:
Jason Connery, Mia Sara, Shaughan Seymour, Anatoly Kulbitsky
Directed By:
George Mihalka
101. The Hand (1981)
4
4
The Hand
R
4
4
Role:
Jonathan Lansdale
Starring:
Oliver Stone, Andrea Marcovicci, Viveca Lindfors, Bruce McGill
Directed By:
102. The King of Thieves (2018)
5
5
The King of Thieves
R
5
5

A group of elderly, experienced thieves plan the biggest heist in the history of Britain. However, greed overtakes them and though they successfully escape with allegedly two hundred million worth jewels and money, it becomes a nightmare for them when they become mistrustful of each other while distributing their share.

Role:
Brian Reader
Starring:
Tom Courtenay, Ray Winstone, Michael Gambon, Jim Broadbent
Directed By:
James Marsh
103. Harry and Walter Go to New York (1976)
4
3
Harry and Walter Go to New York
PG
4
3

Harry Dighby and Walter Hill are vaudevillians who land up in jail for robbing audience members. In jail, they end up working for famed bank robber, Worth, but earn his enmity after accidentally messing up his plans. After escaping from jail they team up with newspaperwoman, Lissa Chestnut, to rob the bank before Worth. 

Role:
Adam Worth
Starring:
Charles Durning, Diane Keaton, Lesley Ann Warren, James Caan, Elliott Gould
Directed By:
Mark Rydell
104. Half Moon Street (1986)
4
4
Half Moon Street
R
4
4
Role:
Lord Bulbeck
Starring:
Sigourney Weaver, Patrick Kavanagh, Faith Kent, Ram John Holder
Directed By:
Bob Swaim
105. Blind Spot (1958)
4
3
Blind Spot
4
3
Starring:
John Le Mesurier, Gordon Jackson, Robert MacKenzie, Delphi Lawrence
Directed By:
Peter Maxwell
106. Quicksand (2003)
4
4
Quicksand
R
4
4
Role:
Jake Mellows
Starring:
Michael Keaton, Rade Serbedzija, Judith Godrèche, Matthew Marsh
Directed By:
John Mackenzie
107. Blue Ice (1992)
4
4
Blue Ice
R
4
4
Role:
Harry Anders
Starring:
Sean Young, Ian Holm, Bob Hoskins, Alun Armstrong, Bobby Short
Directed By:
Russell Mulcahy
108. The Jigsaw Man (1983)
4
4
The Jigsaw Man
PG
4
4
Role:
Philip Kimberley / Sergei Kuzminsky
Starring:
Laurence Olivier, Charles Gray, Robert Powell, Susan George
Directed By:
Terence Young
109. Dear Dictator (2017)
4
5
Dear Dictator
Not
4
5
Role:
General Anton Vincent
Starring:
Katie Holmes, Seth Green, Jason Biggs, Odeya Rush
Directed By:
Lisa Addario, Joe Syracuse
110. Bewitched (2005)
5
5
Bewitched
PG-13
5
5

Narcissistic actor, Jack Wyatt ,is asked to play the role of Darrin in the movie version of the 1960s sitcom Bewitched. He convinces a completely unknown and inexperienced Isabel to play the other lead, Samantha. Little does he know Isabel is an actual witch and he is about to be bewitched into love.  

Role:
Nigel Bigelow
Starring:
Nicole Kidman, Will Ferrell, Stephen Colbert, Jason Schwartzman, Amy Sedaris, Kristin Chenoweth, Steve Carell
Directed By:
Nora Ephron
111. On Deadly Ground (1994)
3
5
On Deadly Ground
R
3
5

On Deadly Ground is an action adventure film which tells the story of a martial artist, named Forest Taft, who works as a firefighter for an oil corporation. When he learns that his boss, whom he works for, is causing immense damage to the environment, he decides to go against him.         

Role:
Michael Jennings
Starring:
Steven Seagal, Michael Jai White, Louise Fletcher, Billy Bob Thornton, Sven-Ole Thorsen, Joan Chen, John C. McGinley
Directed By:
112. The Swarm (1978)
3
4
The Swarm
PG
3
4

The Swarm is a horror thriller film which tells the story of Brad Crane, a scientist who teams up with General Slater in order to stop a huge swarm of bees, that are spreading terror over American cities and killing countless people.

Role:
Brad Crane
Starring:
Fred MacMurray, Lee Grant, Katharine Ross, Richard Widmark, Olivia de Havilland, Richard Chamberlain, Slim Pickens
Directed By:
Irwin Allen
113. Bullseye! (1990)
3
3
Bullseye!
PG-13
3
3
Role:
Sidney Lipton / Doctor Hicklar
Starring:
Roger Moore, John Cleese, Sally Kirkland, Deborah Moore
Directed By:
Michael Winner
114. Get Carter (2000)
10
11
Get Carter
R
10
11

While investigating the murder of Ritchie, his brother, in his hometown, a gangster discovers some dark secrets which turn his life upside down.

Starring:
Mickey Rourke, Alan Cumming, Rachael Leigh Cook, Sylvester Stallone, Miranda Richardson
Directed By:
Stephen Kay
115. Beyond the Poseidon Adventure (1979)
4
7
Beyond the Poseidon Adventure
PG
4
7

After a ship is flipped over by a tidal wave, a group of passengers are still waiting to be rescued. Meanwhile, a group of greedy fortune hunters begin to search for gold and money on the ship.

Role:
Captain Mike Turner
Starring:
Sally Field, Slim Pickens, Telly Savalas, Mark Harmon, Jack Warden
Directed By:
Irwin Allen
116. Jaws: The Revenge (1987)
4
15
Jaws: The Revenge
PG-13
4
15
Role:
Hoagie
Starring:
Mario Van Peebles, Karen Young, Lorraine Gary, Lance Guest
Directed By:
Joseph Sargent
117. My Generation (2017)
7
4
My Generation
7
4
Role:
Himself
Starring:
Joan Collins, Roger Daltrey, Paul McCartney, Lulu
Directed By:
David Batty
118. Mandela and de Klerk (1997)
8
3
Mandela and de Klerk
PG-13
8
3
Role:
F.W. de Klerk
Starring:
Sidney Poitier, Tina Lifford, Gerry Maritz, Ian Roberts
Directed By:
Joseph Sargent
119. World War II: When Lions Roared (1994)
6
3
World War II: When Lions Roared
6
3
Role:
Joseph V. Stalin
Starring:
Ed Begley Jr., Corey Burton, Bob Hoskins, John Lithgow, Jan Tríska
Directed By:
Joseph Sargent
120. Jekyll & Hyde (1990)
6
3
Jekyll & Hyde
R
6
3
Role:
Dr. Henry Jekyll / Mr. Edward Hyde
Starring:
Joss Ackland, Ronald Pickup, Diane Keen, Cheryl Ladd
Directed By:
David Wickes
121. Curtain Call (1998)
5
3
Curtain Call
PG-13
5
3
Role:
Max Gale
Starring:
Sam Shepard, James Spader, Maggie Smith, Polly Walker, Buck Henry
Directed By:
Peter Yates
122. Charlie Sheen's Stunts Spectacular (1994)
4
3
Charlie Sheen's Stunts Spectacular
4
3
Role:
Himself - Award winning actor
Starring:
Tommy Lee Jones, Charlie Sheen, Charlton Heston, BJ Davis, Julia Davis
Directed By:
BJ Davis
123. Surrender (1987)
4
3
Surrender
PG
4
3
Role:
Sean Stein
Starring:
Jackie Cooper, Julie Kavner, Sally Field, Peter Boyle, Steve Guttenberg
Directed By:
Jerry Belson
124. The Debtors (1999)
3
3
The Debtors
3
3
Starring:
Phyllis Diller, Udo Kier, Allison Janney, Randy Quaid, Catherine McCormack, MYC Agnew
Directed By:
Evi Quaid
125. Midnight in Saint Petersburg (1996)
4
6
Midnight in Saint Petersburg
R
4
6
Role:
Harry Palmer
Starring:
Jason Connery, Mia Sara, Michelle Burke, Yuri Limonty
Directed By:
Douglas Jackson
126. Shadow Run (1998)
3
3
Shadow Run
TV-14
3
3
Role:
Haskell
Starring:
James Fox, Kenneth Colley, Matthew Pochin, Rae Baker
Directed By:
Geoffrey Reeve

Narrator/Dubbing

Dunkirk (2017)
20
6
Dunkirk
PG-13
20
6

Through the eyes of young British private Tommy, the film chronicles how over 330,000 allied soldiers, who were cut off and surrounded by the German Army at the harbor of Dunkirk, France, were safely evacuated by mostly civilian boats and few British and French Navy vessels following the disastrous Battle of France in World War II.

Role:
Fortis Leader (voice) (uncredited)
Starring:
Kenneth Branagh, Aneurin Barnard, Tom Hardy, Cillian Murphy, Fionn Whitehead, Damien Bonnard, Lee Armstrong
Directed By:

Animation Movies

Cars 2 (2011)
14
9
Cars 2
G
14
9

In a sequel to Cars, Cars 2 is an animated-comedy that sees famous race car, Lightning McQueen, and his buddy, Mater, travel abroad for the very first World Grand Prix. But when Mater gets involved in espionage with a British spy, adventure and drama ensues. Featuring the voices of Owen Wilson and Larry the Cable Guy, this is a fun family film.

Role:
Finn McMissile (voice)
Starring:
Bonnie Hunt, Larry the Cable Guy, Franco Nero, Vanessa Redgrave, Owen Wilson, Eddie Izzard, Bruce Campbell
Directed By:
John Lasseter, Brad Lewis
Gnomeo & Juliet (2011)
8
5
Gnomeo & Juliet
G
8
5

Gnomeo & Juliet is an animated romantic comedy film, which tells the story of Gnomeo and Juliet, two garden gnomes from opposing communities, who fall for each other. Now, they will need to overcome their respective clans in order to be with each other.   

Role:
Lord Redbrick (voice)
Starring:
Jason Statham, Patrick Stewart, Jim Cummings, James McAvoy, Stephen Merchant, Dolly Parton, Emily Blunt
Directed By:
Kelly Asbury
Sherlock Gnomes (2018)
5
4
Sherlock Gnomes
TV-G
5
4
Role:
Lord Redbrick (voice)
Starring:
Johnny Depp, Matt Lucas, Stephen Merchant, James McAvoy, Maggie Smith, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Emily Blunt
Directed By:
John Stevenson

TV Shows

BBC Sunday-Night Play
11
2
BBC Sunday-Night Play
11
2
Starring:
David McCallum, Jeremy Brett, Rod Steiger, Ronnie Barker, Donald Pleasence, Vanessa Redgrave, Richard Burton
Directed By:
Knight Errant Limited
9
4
Knight Errant Limited
9
4
Starring:
David McCallum, Hugh David, John Turner, Wendy Williams, Kay Callard
Directed By:
Graham Evans, Andrew Osborn, Eric Fawcett, Chris McMaster, Eric Price
First Night
9
3
First Night
9
3
Role:
Johnny / ...
Starring:
John Hurt, Vanessa Redgrave, Ian McShane, Joss Ackland, Madge Ryan, Ronald Fraser, Anthony Bate
Directed By:
John Llewellyn Moxey, Alan Bridges, Herbert Wise, John Jacobs, Ted Kotcheff
BBC Sunday-Night Theatre
10
3
BBC Sunday-Night Theatre
10
3
Starring:
Albert Finney, Audrey Hepburn, Eli Wallach, Laurence Harvey, Luise Rainer, Patricia Neal, Kenneth Williams
Directed By:
Navy Log
9
3
Navy Log
9
3
Starring:
Leonard Nimoy, Clint Eastwood, Edd Byrnes, John Carradine, Werner Klemperer, John Banner, Robert Carson
Directed By:
Samuel Gallu, Jean Yarbrough, Oscar Rudolph, Reginald Le Borg, Leslie Goodwins
Armchair Theatre
10
5
Armchair Theatre
10
5
Starring:
Jane Birkin, Peter O'Toole, Michael Crawford, Richard Harris, Judi Dench, Diane Cilento, Tim Curry
Directed By:
Philip Saville, Charles Jarrott, Guy Verney, Ted Kotcheff, Dennis Vance
The Edgar Wallace Mystery Theatre
9
4
The Edgar Wallace Mystery Theatre
9
4
Starring:
Bernard Lee, Stanley Morgan, Tony Wall, Bernard Archard
Directed By:
John Llewellyn Moxey, Gordon Flemyng, Quentin Lawrence, Robert Tronson, Clive Donner
The Vise
8
4
The Vise
8
4
Starring:
Ronnie Corbett, Christopher Lee, Donald Gray, Colin Tapley, Ron Randell
Directed By:
David MacDonald, Ernest Morris, Max Varnel, Paul Dickson, Godfrey Grayson
Television Playwright
7
4
Television Playwright
7
4
Starring:
Lois Maxwell, Brian Peck, Peter Copley, Jack Allen, Helen Shingler, Rosemary Miller
Directed By:
Adrian Brown, Patrick Dromgoole, Emyr Humphreys, Brandon Acton-Bond, Alvin Rakoff
On the Set Gag Reel (2002)
8
4
On the Set Gag Reel
8
4
Role:
Scrooge (uncredited)
Starring:
Jerry Nelson, Dave Goelz, Steve Whitmire
ITV Play of the Week
8
4
ITV Play of the Week
8
4
Starring:
Vivien Leigh, Miriam Margolyes, Leslie Caron, Julie Christie, Deborah Kerr, Mel Ferrer, William Simons
Directed By:
Jack the Ripper
62
19
Jack the Ripper
TV-PG
62
19
Role:
Inspector Frederick Abberline
Starring:
Armand Assante, Jane Seymour, Ray McAnally, Lewis Collins
Directed By:
David Wickes
Awards:
Golden Globe Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for Television
Drama 61-67
7
2
Drama 61-67
7
2
Starring:
Olivia Hussey, Patricia Neal, Ronnie Barker, John Hurt, Brian Haines, John Ronane, Aubrey Richards
Directed By:
David Greene, Dennis Vance, Christopher Morahan, Donald McWhinnie, Herbert Wise
William Tell
8
3
William Tell
8
3
Starring:
Michael Crawford, Donald Pleasence, Christopher Lee, Conrad Phillips, Willoughby Goddard, Jennifer Jayne
Directed By:
Peter Maxwell, Terry Bishop, Quentin Lawrence, Ernest Morris, Anthony Squire
The Adventures of Sir Lancelot
7
3
The Adventures of Sir Lancelot
7
3
Starring:
William Russell, Derren Nesbitt, Cyril Smith, Ronald Leigh-Hunt
Directed By:
Lawrence Huntington, Ralph Smart, Arthur Crabtree, Bernard Knowles, Peter Maxwell
Dixon of Dock Green
8
4
Dixon of Dock Green
8
4
Starring:
Malcolm McDowell, Michael Crawford, John Rhys-Davies, Miriam Margolyes, Sean Connery, Jack Warner, Peter Byrne
Directed By:
Douglas Moodie, Vere Lorrimer, David Askey, Robin Nash, Joe Waters
ITV Saturday Night Theatre
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ITV Saturday Night Theatre
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Starring:
Alan Bennett, Alec Guinness, Martin Sheen, Ian McKellen, Connie Booth, Richard Beckinsale, George C. Scott
Directed By:
The Arthur Haynes Show
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The Arthur Haynes Show
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3
Starring:
Nicholas Parsons, Arthur Haynes, Jack Parnell, Leslie Noyes
Directed By:
Colin Clews, Ken Morris
Freedom: A History of Us
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Freedom: A History of Us
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5
Starring:
John Goodman, Glenn Close, Dennis Quaid, Reese Witherspoon, Julia Roberts, Harry Connick Jr., Billy Crystal
Directed By:
Philip Kunhardt III, Peter W. Kunhardt, Nancy Steiner
20,000 Leagues Under the Sea
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20,000 Leagues Under the Sea
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12
Role:
Captain Nemo
Starring:
Patrick Dempsey, Mia Sara, Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, Bryan Brown
Directed By:
Rod Hardy

Special Appearance/Cameo

The Day the Earth Caught Fire (1961)
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The Day the Earth Caught Fire
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When the United States and the Soviet Union detonate nuclear devices simultaneously, it begins to affect the rotation of the Earth. It is soon discovered that the weapon tests have had a massive effect on Earth, and the nutation of the planet is altered by 11 degrees. The climatic zones are affected and  so is the earth’s pole and the equator. Water also begins to dry out, and it is eventually discovered that the earth has begun to spiral towards the Sun.

Role:
Checkpoint Policeman (uncredited)
Starring:
Leo McKern, Janet Munro, Edward Judd, Michael Goodliffe
Directed By:
Val Guest
Carve Her Name with Pride (1958)
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Carve Her Name with Pride
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5
Role:
Thirsty Prisoner on Train (uncredited)
Starring:
Paul Scofield, Maurice Ronet, Jack Warner, Virginia McKenna
Directed By:
Lewis Gilbert
Danger Within (1959)
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Danger Within
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4

Danger Within is a war drama film, which takes us to 1943, during the time of the Second World War. It tells the story of a Prisoner-of-War camp, where a lot of failed escape attempts are made. Eventually a few British officers plan a dramatic mass escape.  

Role:
Prisoner with Pin-Up (uncredited)
Starring:
Richard Todd, Richard Attenborough, Donald Houston, Bernard Lee
Directed By:
Don Chaffey
The Wrong Arm of the Law (1963)
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The Wrong Arm of the Law
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7
Role:
Police Station PC (uncredited)
Starring:
Peter Sellers, Nanette Newman, Lionel Jeffries, Bernard Cribbins
Directed By:
Cliff Owen
The Key (1958)
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The Key
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5

A war film set in 1941 during the Battle of the Atlantic, the film The Key is based on the 1951 novel Stella written by Jan de Hartog. The movie, which tells the love story of a former tugboat captain, was one of the most popular films in Britain in 1958. 

Role:
Seaman (uncredited)
Starring:
Sophia Loren, William Holden, Trevor Howard, Oskar Homolka
Directed By:
Carol Reed
Sailor Beware (1956)
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Sailor Beware
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4

A comedy film about a domineering matriarch and her family. She assures everyone that she will mend her ways when her imperious demands get in the way of her daughter's marriage.

Role:
Sailor (uncredited)
Starring:
Gordon Jackson, Peggy Mount, Ronald Lewis, Cyril Smith
Directed By:
Gordon Parry
Passport to Shame (1958)
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Passport to Shame
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4

A London cabdriver walks down the aisle hastily with a Frenchwoman in order to get a loan. Soon he realizes that the woman with whom he has exchanged the vows is a prostitution ring recruit. However, he tries to liberate her. Will he succeed?

Role:
Bridegroom (uncredited)
Starring:
Herbert Lom, Robert Brown, Diana Dors, Brenda de Banzie
Directed By:
Alvin Rakoff
The Steel Bayonet (1957)
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The Steel Bayonet
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The Steel Bayonet is a war drama film which tells the story of a group of British soldiers, who are assigned to occupy a Tunisian farmhouse, to use it as an artillery observation post.  

Role:
German Soldier (uncredited)
Starring:
Leo Genn, Robert Brown, Michael Medwin, Kieron Moore
Directed By:
Michael Carreras
A Woman of Mystery (1958)
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A Woman of Mystery
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Role:
Minor Role (uncredited)
Starring:
Ferdy Mayne, Hazel Court, Ernest Clark, Jennifer Jayne
Directed By:
Ernest Morris
The Bulldog Breed (1960)
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The Bulldog Breed
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5

A grocer's assistant decides to end his life after being rejected by the woman he loves. He is stopped midway by a Royal Navy officer who convinces him to join the Navy where he will find many women. Despite his poor performance, he goes on to be the first man to be sent into outer space.

Role:
Sailor in Cinema Fight (uncredited)
Starring:
Oliver Reed, Ian Hunter, Norman Wisdom, Edward Chapman
Directed By:
Robert Asher

Michael Caine Awards

Academy Awards
The Cider House Rules Best Actor in a Supporting Role 2000
Hannah and Her Sisters Best Actor in a Supporting Role 1987
Golden Globe Awards
Little Voice Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical 1999
Jack the Ripper Best Performance by an Actor in a Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for Television 1989
Educating Rita Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical 1984
People's Choice Awards
The Dark Knight Favorite Cast 2009
BAFTA Awards
Educating Rita Best Actor 1984