After Tom Cruise, it’s time for Brad Pitt to be the subject of our weekly top 10. The actor’s playing of “Allies” by Robert Zemeckis.
Over the years, Brad Pitt has built one of the most beautiful Hollywood filmographies but curiously not get any Oscar. Here’s our Top 10 hundred percent Subjective who considers that his first roles – so exit “Tree of Life” or “The Twelve Monkeys.”
1. “Seven” by David Fincher
Although he had already marked the spirits in “Thelma & Louise” by Ridley Scott, Brad Pitt wins his acting stripes under the direction of David Fincher in the role of detective David Mills. One of the best thrillers of the 90s.
2. “The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford” by Andrew Dominik
The ultimate modern western. Andrew Dominik rewrites the myth of Jesse James to integrate the great American story. And the divine music of Nick Cave and Warren Ellis makes you want to get back on his horse again and again.
3. “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button” David Fincher
It is certainly this film with Brad Pitt came close Oscar … Epatant man who rejuvenates with the passing of time, with Brad Pitt Cate Blanchett as a couple immediately endearing and believable.
4. “Meet Joe Black” Martin Brest
Few liked its release – the film has even been a flop in the US – “Meet Joe Black” has become a classic. Brad Pitt plays a messenger from the afterlife who falls in love -and it includes- as the daughter of a wealthy tycoon. We find the great photography Emmanuel Lubezki, not yet recognized as the “master of light”; He has since won two Oscars of photography for “Gravity” and “The Revenant”.
5. “Inglorious Basterds” Quentin Tarantino
With an unlikely focus, Brad Pitt portrays an anthology hero, Lieutenant Aldo Raine, nicknamed “Aldo the Apache” for his way of scalping Nazis. It is also the commander of the Basterds title.
6. “Fight Club” by David Fincher
The cult of a bottle-fed generation to the music of the Pixies. Adapted from the novel by Chuck Palahniuk, “Fight Club” showed violent and cool face of actor Brad Pitt.
7. “Moneyball,” Bennett Miller
A film about baseball … no do not run away, it’s simply one of the best films about sports, to understanding the contribution of analytical data in professional sports. Sober in his game, Brad Pitt gets a new Oscar nomination.
8. “Mr. and Mrs. Smith “Doug Liman
The film perfect Saturday night, both romantic and action packed. For the record, it’s on the set of this film that met Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie.
9. “Fury” by David Ayer
-Yes tank film is a subgenre of film War- “Fury” has allowed Brad Pitt to resume uniform after “Inglourious Basterds.” For the role of Staff Sergeant Don “Wardaddy” Collier, Brad Pitt get a Critic’s Choice Award for best actor.
10. “Interview with the Vampire” Neil Jordan
Before “Twilight” Robert Pattinson and Brad Pitt had played the sexiest vampire of Hollywood in this adaptation of the cult novel by Anne Rice. And no matter if the film is a bit dated …