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List of Brad Pitt Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. Legends of the Fall (1994)
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20
Legends of the Fall
R
262
20

Outraged at US government's betrayal of the Natives, Colonel William Ludlow has raised his three sons, Alfred, Tristan and Samuel, away from society in the remote Montana Mountains. When naive Samuel brings his fiancée Susannah home, Alfred falls for her and she becomes attracted to Tristan, starting a chain of betrayals that follow the brothers to WWI.

Role:
Tristan Ludlow
Starring:
Anthony Hopkins, Aidan Quinn, Christina Pickles, Julia Ormond, Henry Thomas
Directed By:
Edward Zwick
2. A River Runs Through It (1992)
153
16
A River Runs Through It
PG
153
16

The film is based on a semi-autobiographical eponymous novella by Norman Maclean. Sons of a Presbyterian minister, Norman and his brother, Paul, are home schooled and spend much of their time fly fishing. Eventually Norman leaves home to attend college while Paul becomes a skilled fisher and a fearless muckraking reporter, earning the enmity of many powerful men. 

Role:
Paul Maclean
Starring:
Robert Redford, Tom Skerritt, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Craig Sheffer, Brenda Blethyn, Emily Lloyd
Directed By:
3. Se7en (1995)
192
22
Se7en
R
192
22

Veteran homicide detective William Somerset takes one final case with young colleague David Mills, who is set to replace him, in an attempt to trace the steps of a serial killer who is targeting victims representing seven deadly sins, only to get themselves embroiled into the twisted plan of the diabolical assailant.

Role:
Mills
Starring:
Morgan Freeman, Kevin Spacey, Gwyneth Paltrow, Andrew Kevin Walker, Daniel Zacapa
Directed By:
Awards:
MTV Movie & TV Award for Most Desirable Male
4. Seven Years in Tibet (1997)
71
13
Seven Years in Tibet
PG-13
71
13

Seven Years in Tibet is a biographical adventure drama film which tells the story of Heinrich Harrer, an Austrian climber, who escapes from a POW camp, and travels to a holy city named Lhasa, after learning that his wife has divorced him. His life takes a turn when he is employed as an instructor to the 14th Dalai Lama, and becomes close to him.

Role:
Heinrich Harrer
Starring:
Mako Iwamatsu, David Thewlis, BD Wong, Mako, Danny Denzongpa
Directed By:
Jean-Jacques Annaud
5. Fury (2014)
117
19
Fury
R
117
19

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.

Role:
Don 'Wardaddy' Collier
Directed By:
David Ayer
7. Moneyball (2011)
84
15
Moneyball
PG-13
84
15

Based on true events and Michael Lewis’s book of the same name, Moneyball is a depiction of the Oakland Athletics baseball team’s 2002 season. The movie shows how manager Billy Beane and Yale economics graduate Peter Brand, revolutionized conventional baseball wisdom by using sabermetric to create a winning team despite having a limited budget. 

Role:
Billy Beane
Directed By:
Bennett Miller
8. Ocean's Eleven (2001)
135
20
Ocean's Eleven
PG-13
135
20

Immediately after release on parole, charismatic thief Danny Ocean gathers a team of eleven specialist criminals and devises a sophisticated plan for the biggest casino heist in history. However, midway through the arrangements, it is revealed that his ex-wife, Tess, is the girlfriend of the target, Terry Benedict, owner of all the three casinos.

Directed By:
9. Ocean's Thirteen (2007)
66
14
Ocean's Thirteen
PG-13
66
14

In this final film in the Ocean's trilogy, Danny Ocean and his team set out to bring down hotelier and casino owner Willy Bank after the latter betrayed Reuben Tishkoff. His audacious plan, if successful, will lead to the failure of Bank’s new casino on its opening day itself.

Role:
Rusty Ryan
Directed By:
Awards:
People's Choice Award for Favorite On Screen Match-up
10. Sleepers (1996)
75
12
Sleepers
R
75
12

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

Directed By:
Barry Levinson
11. Interview with the Vampire: The Vampire Chronicles (1994)
105
14
Interview with the Vampire: The Vampire Chronicles
R
105
14

Based on Anne Rice’s novel of the same name, the movie tells the story of vampires Lestat de Lioncourt and Louis de Pointe du Lac and their turning of ten years old Claudia. The story is revealed as Louis is interviewed by reporter Daniel Molloy, who at the end is given the choice of becoming a vampire by Lestat. 

Role:
Louis
Starring:
Tom Cruise, Kirsten Dunst, Antonio Banderas, Christian Slater, Thandie Newton, Virginia McCollam, John McConnell
Directed By:
Neil Jordan
Awards:
MTV Movie & TV Award for Best Male Performance, MTV Movie & TV Award for Most Desirable Male
12. Kalifornia (1993)
38
6
Kalifornia
R
38
6

This road thriller film tells the story of two journalists who venture out in order to advance their research on serial killers. As they are sharing their ride with an unknown couple, they come to know that one of them is a serial killer. 

Role:
Early Grayce
Starring:
Juliette Lewis, David Duchovny, Kathy Larson, David Milford, John Zarchen
Directed By:
Dominic Sena
13. World War Z (2013)
95
18
World War Z
PG-13
95
18

Based on Max Brooks’s 2006 novel of the same name, the movie follows a former U.N. investigator Gerry Lane who is leading a peaceful and happy life with his family. However, when a lethal virus, that turns healthy humans into zombies, threatens to wipe out the humanity, he travels the world to unravel the source of infection and if possible, its cure.

Role:
Gerry Lane
Starring:
Peter Capaldi, Michiel Huisman, Mireille Enos, Daniella Kertesz, James Badge Dale, Ludi Boeken
Directed By:
Marc Forster
Awards:
MTV Movie & TV Award for Best Scared-As-S**t Performance
14. Thelma & Louise (1991)
85
14
Thelma & Louise
R
85
14

Two friends, tame housewife Thelma and abused waitress Louise, decide to break away from their regular routine by going on a weekend fishing trip, which soon turns into a nightmare after Louise kills a man attempting to rape Thelma. Hunted by the police, they decide to flee to Mexico, committing one crime after another to secure save passage.

Starring:
Susan Sarandon, Harvey Keitel, Geena Davis, Michael Madsen
Directed By:
15. Snatch (2000)
84
15
Snatch
R
84
15

After stealing a diamond, Franky is kidnapped by Boris as he stops to bet on a boxing match on his way to London to meet diamond dealer Doug on behalf of jeweler Avi. Meanwhile, illegal boxing promoter Turkish sets up Irish boxer Mickey to lose a match, which he wins in a single punch, infuriating gangster Brick Top.

Role:
Mickey O'Neil
Starring:
Jason Statham, Guy Ritchie, Benicio Del Toro, Vinnie Jones, Dennis Farina
Directed By:
16. Spy Game (2001)
48
10
Spy Game
R
48
10

CIA asset Tom Bishop is captured by People's Liberation Army of China, and is about to be executed. His former mentor Nathan Muir, on his last day before retirement, decides to rescue his protégé, when he realizes the CIA intends on doing nothing. 

Role:
Tom Bishop
Starring:
Robert Redford, Catherine McCormack, Stephen Dillane, Larry Bryggman
Directed By:
17. Meet Joe Black (1998)
152
27
Meet Joe Black
PG-13
152
27

Media mogul, William Parrish is leading a good life and is all set to celebrate his 65th Birthday when death comes knocking on his door in the guise of a young man – Joe Black. Black allows William to continue living as long as the latter gives him a tour of life on earth. William agrees, but problems arise when Black begins showing interest in his daughter Susan.

Role:
Joe Black / Young Man in Coffee Shop
Starring:
Jeffrey Tambor, Anthony Hopkins, Claire Forlani, Jake Weber, Marcia Gay Harden
Directed By:
Martin Brest
18. 12 Years a Slave (2013)
75
15
12 Years a Slave
R
75
15

The movie is adapted from the memoirs of Solomon Northup, an Afro-American violinist who lived freely in New York in 1841 when two conmen kidnapped and sold him into slavery. For twelve years, he is forced to work in plantations and bear the abusive behaviour of his masters. His hope for release comes when he meets Canadian abolitionist Bass.

Starring:
Benedict Cumberbatch, Michael K. Williams, Sarah Paulson, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Paul Giamatti, Michael Fassbender, Dwight Henry
Directed By:
Steve McQueen
Awards:
Academy Award for Best Motion Picture of the Year, BAFTA Award for Best Film
19. Fight Club (1999)
194
34
Fight Club
TV-MA
194
34

Based on an eponymous Novel by Chuck Palahniuk, Fight Club is the story of a discontented white-collar employee and a devil-may-care soap salesman who join together to form an underground fight club where young men give vent to their frustrations by beating each other to pulp.

Role:
Tyler Durden
Starring:
Meat Loaf, Edward Norton, Jared Leto, Helena Bonham Carter, Zach Grenier
Directed By:
20. The Devil's Own (1997)
40
10
The Devil's Own
R
40
10

On a friend’s request, Irish-American NY policeman Tom O’Meara allows visiting Irishman Rory Devaney to stay in his house. Tom is not aware of Rory’s true identity as IRA terrorist Frankie McGuire who is in the US to buy anti-aircraft guns for IRA. Though the two come to like each other, soon Tom starts suspecting Rory’s real purpose and must stop him. 

Role:
Rory Devaney / Francis Austin McGuire
Starring:
Harrison Ford, Julia Stiles, Margaret Colin, Rubén Blades, Treat Williams
Directed By:
Alan J. Pakula
21. Twelve Monkeys (1995)
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17
Twelve Monkeys
R
89
17

A group known as the Army of the Twelve Monkeys is suspected of releasing a deadly virus in 1996 that kills the majority of the human population in the 2030s. James Cole, a convict, is sent back to the 1990s to stop the plague, but he soon begins to question his sanity and his perception of reality.

Starring:
Bruce Willis, Christopher Meloni, Christopher Plummer, Donald Faison, Joseph Melito, Jon Seda, Michael Chance
Directed By:
Awards:
Golden Globe Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture
22. Inglourious Basterds (2009)
158
28
Inglourious Basterds
R
158
28

A team of ruthless Jewish soldiers led by Allied officer Lieutenant Aldo Raine earns notoriety as 'Basterds' for scalping Nazi soldiers in German occupied France. After their meeting with undercover agent and German actress Bridget von Hammersmark ends poorly, their mission converges with the vengeful plan of theater owner Shosanna Dreyfus, whose Jewish family was executed by the Nazis.

Role:
Lt. Aldo Raine
Starring:
Christoph Waltz, Samuel L. Jackson, Diane Kruger, Quentin Tarantino, Eli Roth, Mike Myers, Michael Fassbender
23. The Curious Case of Benjamin Button (2008)
166
33
The Curious Case of Benjamin Button
PG-13
166
33

The movie is an adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald short story written in 1922. It narrates the story of Benjamin Button who is born old and wrinkled. His chances of survival is minimal but not only does he survive, but also, strangely, starts ageing backwards. Then there is Daisy, his love interest, who gets older as he gets younger.

Role:
Benjamin Button
Starring:
Taraji P. Henson, Cate Blanchett, Elle Fanning, Tilda Swinton, Mahershala Ali, Jared Harris, Julia Ormond
Directed By:
24. Ocean's Twelve (2004)
60
13
Ocean's Twelve
PG-13
60
13

Following the success Ocean’s Eleven, the sequel Ocean’s Twelve sees the return of Danny Ocean’s heist-gang who need to return the millions, they stole from Terry Benedict. They are also being pursued by Europol detective Isabel Lahiri and are up against master-thief Night Fox, François Toulour as they try to steal the first-ever stock certificate. 

Role:
Rusty Ryan
Starring:
Catherine Zeta-Jones, Topher Grace, Albert Finney, Julia Roberts, Bernie Mac, Matt Damon, George Clooney
Directed By:
25. Burn After Reading (2008)
41
11
Burn After Reading
R
41
11

Burn After Reading is a comedy centered around two foolish gym employees who chance upon a CIA agent's memoirs in a CD and try to sell it. Mistakenly assuming that the CD contents are highly sensitive, they first try to blackmail the CIA agent, failing which, they attempt to sell it to the Russians.

Role:
Chad Feldheimer
Starring:
Dermot Mulroney, Frances McDormand, Kevin Sussman, John Malkovich, George Clooney, Tilda Swinton
Directed By:
Ethan Coen, Joel Coen
26. Once Upon a Time ... in Hollywood (2019)
92
25
Once Upon a Time ... in Hollywood
92
25
Role:
Cliff Booth
Starring:
Leonardo DiCaprio, Kurt Russell, Dakota Fanning, Margot Robbie, Al Pacino, Austin Butler, Rumer Willis
Directed By:
Awards:
Academy Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role, Golden Globe Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture, BAFTA Award for Best Supporting Actor
27. True Romance (1993)
39
12
True Romance
R
39
12

The film is about an Elvis-fan Clarence Worley, who falls for and marries a call-girl, Alabama. While trying to retrieve her belongings, Clarence gets into a scuffle with Alabama's pimp, Drexl, and kills him. He mistakenly picks up a suitcase of cocaine in place of Alabama’s clothes. They decide to sell it in Hollywood, but are pursued by the mafia and the police. 

Role:
Floyd - Dick's Roommate
Starring:
Christopher Walken, Patricia Arquette, Gary Oldman, Val Edward Kilmer, James Gandolfini, Dennis Hopper, Christian Slater
Directed By:
28. The Big Short (2015)
41
13
The Big Short
R
41
13

Realizing the fragile United States housing bubble, eccentric hedge fund manager Michael Burry makes a huge bet against the housing market that attracts the attention of several opportunists like banker Jared Vennett and hedge-fund specialist Mark Baum. They make a fortune as the American economy collapse in the wake of the financial crisis of 2007–2008.

Starring:
Steve Carell, Selena Gomez, Karen Gillan, Ryan Gosling, Marisa Tomei, Christian Bale, Margot Robbie
Directed By:
29. Deadpool 2 (2018)
40
13
Deadpool 2
R
40
13

Blaming himself for his girlfriend's death, Deadpool makes a failed attempt at committing suicide and reluctantly joins the X-Men while recovering at the X-Mansion. His team rescues angry young mutant Russell Collins from an abusive orphanage, only to find out that Collins is being hunted by Cable, a cyborg soldier from the future, for murdering his family.

Role:
Vanisher
Starring:
Ryan Reynolds, Josh Brolin, James McAvoy, Nicholas Hoult, Evan Peters, Matt Damon
Directed By:
David Leitch
30. The Mexican (2001)
44
11
The Mexican
R
44
11

An adventure comedy film, The Mexican tells the story of a man named Jerry who crashes into the car of local mobster Arnold Margolese. Forced to work for the mobster following a quirky turn of events, Jerry has a crazy adventure that involves guns, criminals, and a murder. 

Role:
Jerry Welbach
Starring:
Gene Hackman, Julia Roberts, James Gandolfini, J.K. Simmons, Bob Balaban
Directed By:
Gore Verbinski
31. Mr. & Mrs. Smith (2005)
80
23
Mr. & Mrs. Smith
PG-13
80
23

John and Jane Smith, an apparently normal couple with a dull married life, suddenly discover that both are working as assassins for rival firms after being assigned the same target. Their target escapes in the ensuing confusion, and they are given one final assignment by their respective agencies: to kill the other Smith.

Role:
John Smith
Starring:
Angelina Jolie, Vince Vaughn, Keith David, Adam Brody, Kerry Washington, Angela Bassett, Jennifer Morrison
Directed By:
Doug Liman
Awards:
MTV Movie & TV Award for Best Fight
32. The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford (2007)
35
9
The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford
R
35
9

Adapted from 1983 novel by Ron Hansen, this epic crime drama film, has won multiple awards for its cinematography. It tells the story of how outlaw, Jesse James is assassinated by his jealous recruits Charley and Robert Ford. However, their plan backfires as they neither receive the prize money the governor had promised nor fame for killing Jesse!   

Role:
Jesse James
Starring:
Sam Rockwell, Sam Shepard, Zooey Deschanel, Mary-Louise Parker, Casey Affleck, Brooklynn Proulx, Dustin Bollinger
Directed By:
Andrew Dominik
33. Allied (2016)
55
15
Allied
R
55
15

During WWII, Max Vatan, a Canadian air force pilot and Marianne Beauséjour, a French Resistance fighter, meet and fall in love during a mission. Later, they get married and settle down in London with their daughter Anna. However, their marriage is in danger when Max learns that Marianne might not be who she claims to be. Max must now find the truth about his wife.

Role:
Max Vatan
Starring:
Marion Cotillard, Lizzy Caplan, August Diehl, Jared Harris, Vincent Ebrahim, Xavier De Guillebon, Camille Cottin
Directed By:
Robert Zemeckis
34. Bullet Train (2022)
45
16
Bullet Train
A
45
16
Role:
Ladybug
Starring:
Aaron Taylor-Johnson
35. Babel (2006)
37
14
Babel
R
37
14

The reckless son of a Moroccan shepherd accidentally shoots an American woman vacationing with her husband, which the media describes as a terrorist attack. The couple's nanny, forced to take their children with her to Mexico to attend her son's wedding, is stopped at the border, while a traumatized deaf Japanese girl is questioned about her father's missing rifle.

Role:
Richard
Starring:
Rinko Kikuchi, Cate Blanchett, Elle Fanning, Mohamed Akhzam, Peter Wight, Harriet Walter
Directed By:
Alejandro González Iñárritu
36. Confessions of a Dangerous Mind (2002)
11
3
Confessions of a Dangerous Mind
R
11
3

Based on an unauthorized autobiography by the famous television personality, Chuck Barris, the story begins with Barris dreaming of becoming a successful showbiz personality and also of winning the hearts of beautiful women. While struggling to make his dreams come true, he is recruited as a CIA assassin and travels on duty across the world. But what happens to his original dreams? 

Starring:
Maggie Gyllenhaal, Michael Cera, Drew Barrymore, Sam Rockwell, Julia Roberts, George Clooney, Matt Damon
Directed By:
37. The Audition (2015)
6
4
The Audition
6
4
Role:
Brad Pitt
Starring:
Martin Scorsese, Leonardo DiCaprio, Robert De Niro, Rodrigo Prieto
Directed By:
38. The Tree of Life (2011)
12
7
The Tree of Life
PG-13
12
7

Critically acclaimed, experimental-drama film, The Tree of Life, is based in Texas in 1950s. It explores the story of a father, a mother and three brothers, through the eyes of the youngest son Jack. He takes the viewers into his life and mind as a middle-aged adult, who is going through an existential crisis, while reminiscing his childhood struggles.

Role:
Mr. O'Brien
Starring:
Jessica Chastain, Sean Penn, Hunter McCracken, Laramie Eppler
Directed By:
39. Ad Astra (2019)
8
10
Ad Astra
PG-13
8
10

Sixteen years ago a team of astronauts reached Neptune under the leadership of Clifford McBride to search the galaxy for intelligent life; but nothing has been heard about them since then. Now that the solar system is being struck by mysterious power surges that can be traced to the same project created by Clifford, his son Roy must embark on a daring journey to uncover the truth.

Starring:
Liv Tyler, Natasha Lyonne, Donald Sutherland, Tommy Lee Jones
Directed By:
James Gray
40. Across the Tracks (1990)
11
6
Across the Tracks
R
11
6
Role:
Joe Maloney
Starring:
Carrie Snodgress, Ricky Schroder, David Anthony Marshall, Thomas Mikal Ford
Directed By:
Sandy Tung
41. The Lost City (2022)
12
7
The Lost City
UA
12
7

Loretta is a reclusive author, who writes about exotic places in her adventure novels, featuring a handsome cover model named Alan. During one of her tours, she is kidnapped by a wealthy and eccentric man, who believes that she can help him find an ancient treasure. Alan attempts to rescue her, hoping that he can be a hero in real life as well.

Role:
Jack Trainer
Starring:
Daniel Radcliffe, Channing Tatum, Sandra Bullock
42. The Counselor (2013)
11
7
The Counselor
R
11
7

A greedy Texas lawyer, desirous of more money to lead a lavish lifestyle with his girlfriend, gets involved in a perilous drug-smuggling deal. Despite warnings, he is confident that he knows all the angles of the game and will succeed. However, when the deal goes horribly wrong, The Counselor and his wife-to-be are in grave danger.

Starring:
Penelope Cruz, Rosie Perez, Bruno Ganz, Natalie Dormer, Cameron Diaz, Michael Fassbender, John Leguizamo
Directed By:
43. Killing Them Softly (2012)
12
7
Killing Them Softly
R
12
7

Three petty thieves, during the American financial crisis, rob a mob protected card game. This hits the underworld economy badly. The Mob members hire hitman, Jackie Cogan, to find the culprits and punish them. Jackie enlists Mickey to help him, but Mickey is more interested in other things. Now Jackie, who likes his targets to be killed softly, has to carry out the job alone.

Role:
Jackie
Starring:
Ray Liotta, Ben Mendelsohn, James Gandolfini, Sam Shepard, Scoot McNairy, Richard Jenkins
Directed By:
Andrew Dominik
44. War Machine (2017)
17
13
War Machine
TV-MA
17
13

War Machine is a war drama comedy film, revolving around a successful, charismatic four-star general, Glenn McMahon, who has to confront opposition from enemies, allies and bureaucrats while leading a massive rebuilding operation in Afghanistan.   

Role:
Gen. Glen McMahon
Starring:
Anthony Michael Hall, Ben Kingsley, Will Poulter, Alan Ruck, Russell Crowe, Topher Grace, Tilda Swinton
Directed By:
David Michôd
45. Too Young to Die? (1990)
6
5
Too Young to Die?
R
6
5
Role:
Billy Canton
Starring:
Juliette Lewis, Michael Tucker, Alan Fudge, Emily Longstreth
Directed By:
Robert Markowitz
46. Happy Together (1989)
5
4
Happy Together
PG-13
5
4
Starring:
Patrick Dempsey, Helen Slater, Dan Schneider, Kevin Hardesty
Directed By:
Mel Damski
47. Johnny Suede (1991)
4
4
Johnny Suede
R
4
4
Role:
Johnny Suede
Starring:
Tina Louise, Samuel L. Jackson, Richard Boes, Cheryl Costa, Michael Luciano, Calvin Levels
Directed By:
Tom DiCillo
48. By the Sea (2015)
5
5
By the Sea
R
5
5

Roland, a successful writer, along with his wife Vanessa, drive to a coastal hotel in France as Roland aspires to write a new story. Although they are married, their relationship is not what it used to be, and they struggle to fix their crumbling marriage.

Role:
Roland
Starring:
Mélanie Laurent, Angelina Jolie, Melvil Poupaud, Niels Arestrup
Directed By:
49. The Dark Side of the Sun (1997)
6
4
The Dark Side of the Sun
R
6
4
Role:
Rick
Starring:
Guy Boyd, Cheryl Pollak, Constantin Nitchoff, Milena Dravic
Directed By:
Bozidar 'Bota' Nikolic
50. The Favor (1994)
4
5
The Favor
R
4
5
Role:
Elliott Fowler
Starring:
Bill Pullman, Elizabeth McGovern, Harley Jane Kozak, Larry Miller
Directed By:
Donald Petrie
51. Full Frontal (2002)
3
4
Full Frontal
R
3
4

Full Frontal is a comedy drama film which revolves around a group of men and women in Hollywood who are trying to sort out their complicated lives.  

Starring:
January Jones, Rainn Wilson, Sandra Oh, Steven Soderbergh, David Duchovny, Julia Roberts, David Fincher
Directed By:
52. Cutting Class (1989)
4
4
Cutting Class
R
4
4
Role:
Dwight Ingalls
Starring:
Donovan Leitch Jr., Jill Schoelen, Roddy McDowall, Martin Mull
Directed By:
Rospo Pallenberg
53. A Stoning in Fulham County (1988)
6
4
A Stoning in Fulham County
6
4
Starring:
Ken Olin, Jill Eikenberry, Maureen Mueller, Gregg Henry
Directed By:
Larry Elikann
54. Contact (1992)
7
6
Contact
7
6
Role:
Cox
Starring:
James Thomas Patrick Walsh, Brad Bovee, Elias Koteas, Ken Lesco, J.T. Walsh
Directed By:
Jonathan Darby
55. Two-Fisted Tales (1992)
5
4
Two-Fisted Tales
5
4
Starring:
William Sadler, David Morse, Neil Giuntoli, Roderick Cook
Directed By:
Richard Donner, Tom Holland, Robert Zemeckis
56. The Image (1990)
4
4
The Image
R
4
4
Starring:
Swoosie Kurtz, Albert Finney, John Mahoney, Kathy Baker
Directed By:
Peter Werner

Narrator/Dubbing

Hitting the Apex (2015)
18
4
Hitting the Apex
18
4
Role:
Narrator (voice)
Starring:
Jorge Lorenzo, Jose Manuel Lorenzo, Marc Marquez, Dani Pedrosa,
Directed By:
Mark Neale
Beyond All Boundaries (2009)
8
3
Beyond All Boundaries
8
3
Role:
Sgt. Bill Mauldin - Editorial Cartoonist Stars and Stripes (voice)
Starring:
James Cromwell, Corbin Bleu, Justin Long, Blythe Danner, Chris Pine, Tobey Maguire, Neil Patrick Harris
Directed By:
David Briggs
Voyage of Time: The IMAX Experience (2016)
10
4
Voyage of Time: The IMAX Experience
G
10
4
Role:
Narrator (voice)
Starring:
Jamal Cavil, Maisha Diatta, Yagazie Emezi, Daryl James Harris II
Directed By:

Animation Movies

King of the Hill
11
4
King of the Hill
TV-14
11
4
Starring:
John Amos, Brittany Murphy, Gary Cole, Phyllis Diller, Tara Strong, Allison Janney, Eliza Dushku
Directed By:
Wesley Archer, Klay Hall, Tricia Garcia, Kyoung Hee Lim, Adam Kuhlman
Megamind (2010)
23
9
Megamind
TV-PG
23
9

A supervillain Megamind kills the superhero Metroman after a long battle and takes over the Metro City. However, with no one to challenge his authority, he is soon bored. He, thus, creates a superhero to work against him. The problem begins when the superhero begins acting like a supervillain committing various crimes. Will the supervillain now take on the mantle of superhero?

Role:
Metro Man (voice)
Starring:
Tina Fey, Will Ferrell, David Cross, Jonah Hill, Ben Stiller
Directed By:
Tom McGrath
Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas (2003)
9
5
Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas
PG
9
5

Sinbad is framed by the goddess Eris for the theft of the Book of Peace.  He must now travel to her realm to retrieve it and save Prince Proteus, his childhood friend. 

Role:
Sinbad (voice)
Starring:
Michelle Pfeiffer, Jim Cummings, Joseph Fiennes, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Dennis Haysbert
Directed By:
Patrick Gilmore, Tim Johnson
Sinbad and the Cyclops Island (2003)
6
3
Sinbad and the Cyclops Island
6
3
Role:
Sinbad (voice)
Starring:
Frank Welker, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Dennis Haysbert, Adriano Giannini
Directed By:
Patrick Gilmore
Happy Feet Two (2011)
7
5
Happy Feet Two
PG
7
5

In this sequel to the 2006 computer-animated family musical film Happy Feet, Mumble and Gloria's son, Erik, is on a mission to stop the Apocalypse from taking place in Antarctica. Mumble unites the entire penguin population with the help of his family and friends in a bid to save their species.

Role:
Will the Krill (voice)
Starring:
Robin Williams, Hugo Weaving, Elijah Wood, Hank Azaria, Magda Szubanski, Matt Damon, Carlos Alazraqui
Directed By:
Cool World (1992)
4
4
Cool World
PG-13
4
4

Jack is a cartoonist spending time in prison for murdering a man whom he found sleeping with his wife. During his sentence he creates a series of comics, but he soon finds himself in his comics’ universe, where he meets Holli Would, the character he created.   

Role:
Detective Frank Harris
Starring:
Gabriel Byrne, Kim Basinger, Michele Abrams, Deirdre O'Connell
Directed By:

TV Shows

Friends
90
11
Friends
TV-14
90
11
Starring:
Chris Isaak, Matthew Perry, Matt LeBlanc, Helen Hunt, Jeff Goldblum, Selma Blair, Teri Garr
Directed By:
Feud
10
2
Feud
TV-MA
10
2
Starring:
Stanley Tucci, Kathy Bates, John Waters, Jessica Lange, Sarah Paulson, Alfred Molina, Susan Sarandon
Directed By:
Independent Lens
8
2
Independent Lens
8
2
Starring:
Terrence Howard, America Ferrera, Stanley Tucci
Directed By:
The OA
16
4
The OA
TV-MA
16
4
Starring:
Hiam Abbass, Paz Vega, Scott Wilson, Alice Krige, Jason Isaacs
Directed By:
Andrew Haigh, Zal Batmanglij, Anna Rose Holmer
Thirtysomething
7
2
Thirtysomething
7
2
Starring:
Eddie Albert, Kevin Pollak, Courtney B. Vance, Timothy Busfield, Mariska Hargitay, Angela Bassett, Stanley Tucci
Directed By:
Resurrection
7
3
Resurrection
TV-14
7
3
Starring:
Veronica Cartwright, Tamlyn Tomita, Omar Epps, Frances Fisher, Matt Craven, Devin Kelley, Mark Hildreth
Directed By:
Daniel Attias, Christopher Misiano, Kevin Dowling, Ron Underwood
21 Jump Street
7
3
21 Jump Street
7
3
Starring:
Ray Walston, Jason Priestley, Pauly Shore, Johnny Depp, Shannen Doherty, Jada Pinkett Smith, Christina Applegate
Directed By:
Kim Manners, Bill Corcoran, James Whitmore Jr., Jorge Montesi, Jefferson Kibbee
The Jim Jefferies Show
7
3
The Jim Jefferies Show
TV-14
7
3
Starring:
Rhys Darby, Jim Jefferies
Directed By:
Brian McAloon
8 (2012)
7
3
8
7
3
Starring:
Chris Colfer, Jamie Lee Curtis, Jane Lynch, George Takei, George Clooney, Kevin Bacon, Martin Sheen
Directed By:
Another World
6
3
Another World
TV-14
6
3
Starring:
Lindsay Lohan, Julian McMahon, Marcia Cross, Paul Wesley, Luke Perry, Jane Krakowski, Marin Hinkle
Directed By:
Michael Eilbaum, Bob Schwarz, Casey Childs, Gary Tomlin, Ira Cirker
Dallas
7
3
Dallas
7
3
Starring:
Mel Ferrer, Priscilla Presley, George Harris Kennedy, Jr, Donna Reed, Chazz Palminteri, Marla Maples, Lois Chiles
Growing Pains
6
3
Growing Pains
TV-G
6
3
Starring:
Alan Thicke, Jennie Garth, Joely Fisher, Brian Austin Green, Dawn Wells, Andrea Barber, Candace Cameron Bure
Directed By:
John Tracy, Jack Shea, John Pasquin, Burt Brinckerhoff, Gerren Keith
Head of the Class
6
3
Head of the Class
6
3
Starring:
Leah Remini, Elaine Stritch, Adrienne Barbeau, Nichelle Nichols, Billy Connolly, William G. Schilling, Jeannetta Arnette
Directed By:
Art Dielhenn, Lee Shallat Chemel, Alan Rosen, Howard Storm, Andrew D. Weyman
Freddy's Nightmares
5
3
Freddy's Nightmares
TV-14
5
3
Starring:
Robert Englund, Kyle Chandler, George Lazenby, Fabiana Udenio, Mariska Hargitay
Directed By:
Freedom: A History of Us
4
3
Freedom: A History of Us
4
3
Starring:
Michael Caine, Tom Hanks, Reese Witherspoon, Timothy Francis Robbins, Joanne Woodward, Jennifer Aniston, Matthew Broderick
Directed By:
Philip Kunhardt III, Peter W. Kunhardt, Nancy Steiner
Glory Days
4
3
Glory Days
4
3
Role:
Walker Lovejoy
Starring:
Spike Alexander, Evan Mirand, Nicholas Kallsen, Beth Broderick
Directed By:
Marc Laub, Anson Williams

Special Appearance/Cameo

Being John Malkovich (1999)
27
7
Being John Malkovich
R
27
7

A puppeteer, Craig Schwartz, working as a file clerk on the seventh and half floor of a building discovers a door that gives access to the mind of actor John Malkovich for fifteen minutes. He teams up with his co-worker to earn some money selling a trip to the actor’s mind. However, things soon go awry with even Malkovich failing to take control of his mind.

Role:
Brad Pitt (uncredited)
Starring:
John Malkovich, John Cusack, David Fincher, Cameron Diaz, Charlie Sheen, Spike Jonze, Ned Bellamy
Directed By:
Less Than Zero (1987)
7
4
Less Than Zero
R
7
4

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:
Partygoer / Preppie Kid at Fight (uncredited)
Starring:
James Spader, Robert Downey Jr., Andrew McCarthy, Jami Gertz
Directed By:
Marek Kanievska
No Man's Land (1987)
6
4
No Man's Land
R
6
4
Role:
Waiter (uncredited)
Starring:
George Dzundza, Randy Quaid, Charlie Sheen, D.B. Sweeney, Lara Harris
Directed By:
Peter Werner
Hunk (1987)
3
4
Hunk
PG
3
4
Role:
Boy at the Beach (uncredited)
Starring:
John Allen Nelson, Steve Levitt, Deborah Shelton, Rebeccah Bush
Directed By:
Lawrence Bassoff

Brad Pitt Awards

Academy Awards
12 Years a Slave Best Motion Picture of the Year 2014
Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role 2020
Golden Globe Awards
Twelve Monkeys Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture 1996
Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture 2020
Primetime Emmy Awards
The Normal Heart Outstanding Television Movie 2014
People's Choice Awards
Winner Favorite Leading Man 2009
Ocean's Thirteen Favorite On Screen Match-up 2008
Winner Favorite Leading Man 2006
Winner Favorite Leading Man 2005
BAFTA Awards
12 Years a Slave Best Film 2014
Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood Best Supporting Actor 2020
MTV Movie & TV Awards
World War Z Best Scared-As-S**t Performance 2014
Mr. & Mrs. Smith Best Fight 2006
Se7en Most Desirable Male 1996
Interview with the Vampire: The Vampire Chronicles Best Male Performance 1995
Interview with the Vampire: The Vampire Chronicles Most Desirable Male 1995