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Brad Pitt and the ranking of the most incredible films of his career

The first time many saw Brad Pitt it was in series like Dallas or 21 Jump Street, but his big moment came when he became J.D in Thelma and Louise, where he was not the protagonist, but was able to prove that he had the look and talent to become one of the great not-so-secret weapons of Hollywood.

30 years after that movie in which he gave life to the charismatic con man, Brad Pitt es a Oscar winner, successful producer and director who has the power to turn everything he touches into gold, or rather is a blockbuster machine with millions of followers around the mute.

And he’s not just “a pretty face,” of course his haircuts and style always give something to talk about, but most importantly, he’s a complex and versatile actor who can move from drama to comedy with the same ease with which he changes his shirt, and go from playing seductive vampires to ira-troubled detectives who put themselves in the trap of the criminals they pursue (as happened with Se7en).

In total, Brad Pitt he has 84 credits as an actor (between series and films) and around 63 as a producer (he is currently preparing to release Blonde, a documentary by Chris Cornell and the adaptation of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time), and with that he is already a film legend who has a place in the history books alongside giants such as Paul Newman, Steve McQueen or his contemporaries Tom Cruise and Leonardo DiCaprio.

Deserve more awards oscar of the ones he has (though that’s another subject), but that doesn’t change the fact that he’s given us some of the best movies ever.

Brad Pitt’s best movies:

Se7en, 1995

Directed by David Fincher this film leaves Pitt and Morgan Freeman caught in a macabre game of cat and mouse, where they become two detectives who are trying to stop a serial killer who kills his victims using the 7 deadly sins. Se7en has one of the best twists in the history of cinema and an ending that ends up closing a circle that, for many, would have been very different if Pitt’s character had controlled their emotions.

Inglourious Basterds (2009)

Quentin Tarantino directs this crazy story that unfolds in the World War II. The film takes us to a France occupied by the Nazis, where a group of rebel soldiers organize a plan to assassinate the leaders of the party, which ends up clashing with that of the Jewish soldiers who have their own agenda to fulfill.

Fight Club (1999)

David Fincher it’s behind this cult movie that begins with an unnamed man who is frustrated with his life and work, and who runs into a mysterious man, named Tyler Durden, which leads him to form a secret fight club with a very dangerous philosophy and plan. As Tyler gets out of control, tensions increase and the protagonist realizes that things aren’t exactly what they seem, and that his partner isn’t who he claims to be. Fight Club is a movie that you must see without knowing anything, so in case you haven’t seen it, we’re not going to tell you about it.

12 Monkeys (1995)

Time travel and global crisis. This film Terry Gilliam it’s crazy to play with your perception of reality. It all starts when a man of the future is given the mission to travel to the past to stop a terrorist group that is about to cause an incident that will destroy humanity, but, to achieve this, he must convince everyone that he is not crazy and that there really is a lethal virus that could kill everything.

Moneyball, 2011

Starring Pitt, Jonah Hill and Robin Wright, this film earned 6 Oscar nominations and is based on a true story that changed the world of sports. The film follows the gerenOakland A general Billy Beane, who aims to build a successful baseball team using computer stats to get new players who can lead the team to victory without having to spend too much.

Snatch: Pigs and Diamonds, 2000

Guy Ritchie at its finest. This film in which they also appear Jason Statham and Vinnie Jones it has to do with a corrupt boxing promoter, Russian gangsters and Jewish jewelers, all involved in the case of a valuable stolen diamond they want to recover.

Fury, 2014

This is a great war film directed by David Ayer. Here, Pitt is part of a group of soldiers who must cross German territory in 1945, fighting to survive and to be able to return home alive while the Allies carry out their last missions to stop the Nazis in World War II.

Interview with the Vampire, 1994

Pitt stars in this film alongside Tom Cruise and Antonio Banderas, and is a classic of the 90s. Based on the novel by Anne Rice, the film follows a vampire who is telling his story to a journalist today, remembering the moment he stopped being human and all he had to go through and do to survive.

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, 2019

Tarantino and Brad Pitt they make a big dumbbell and that shows in this film with which he makes a love letter to hollywood of the late 60s, with a story that happens at the same time of the murders of Charles Manson. Pitt is an action stunt double who works alongside a veteran actor who is trying to regain fame in an industry that is going through radical change.

World War Z (2013)

This is one of the best modern zombie movies out there, where Brad Pitt it gives life to a soldier and father who is part of a mission to find a way to stop the threat of the undead that is destroying humanity. Pitt and his team realize that the virus has a weakness, but to use it they need to risk everything.

Honorable mention:

  • Burn after reading
  • babel
  • Ocean’s Eleven
  • Sleepers
  • Legends of the Fall
  • The big bet
  • 12 Years a Slave
  • 7 years in Tibet
  • The tree of life
  • Ad Astra

Helen Hernandez is our best writer. Helen writes about social news and celebrity gossip. She loves watching movies since childhood. Email: [email protected] Phone : +1 281-333-2229

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