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What in your opinion, is Brad Pitt's best movie to date?

Asked by NerdyKeith (5464points) February 24th, 2016

For me its Inglorious Bastards

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josie's avatar

In my opinion.

Coloma's avatar

I liked The Curious case of Benjamen Button.

dammitjanetfromvegas's avatar

Legends of the Fall

Cruiser's avatar

Brad is more than just a stud muffin…he really is a good actor and has done a good job in all his movie so what separates his better movies is the great and unusual script and the director and why a River Runs Through it tops on my list followed by 12 Monkeys and Fight Club.

Zaku's avatar

There are many I’ve not seen. Of those I have, I’d say Fight Club, though not especially because of his performance.

jca's avatar

I liked both A River Runs Through It and Legends of the Fall. The Mexican was also funny in a wacky way. Oh, I forgot. My favorite was Thelma and Louise.

stanleybmanly's avatar

I too liked Benjamin Button, particularly the affair with Tilda Swinton. He also had a great role in Legend of the Fall and did a spectacular job of it.

Seek's avatar

As far as Pitt’s best roles, I think the Pikey from Snatch, and Early Grayce from Kalifornia was his best work. I like his character roles.

filmfann's avatar

The first rule is I can’t talk about it.

Pachy's avatar

When it comes to movies and movie roles,“Best” is strictly subjective. I liked him in a number of films including The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, Fight Club, Spy Game, Killing Them Softly, and heaven help me, the sappy Meet Joe Black. But to date, I think my favorite Pitt performance is Money Ball. He was sensational in that.

gorillapaws's avatar

Snatch. I liked him in 12 Monkeys too.

Espiritus_Corvus's avatar

Legends of the Fall and A River Runs Through it. Both were good stories and well acted. Hard to tell which is my favorite, though. The plots both involved a dominant father figure along with stories depicted in times and places so similar that I think people get the two movies mixed up. Third place is Meet Joe Black. Pitt made a charming Death. I hated, absolutely hated Basterds. It went off the fucking rails. But Fury was OK. It was an average, believable WWII film. Money Ball was very good.

SecondHandStoke's avatar

Agrees with @gorillapaws

Pitt is best in eccentric roles. Otherwise what’s the point?

Ohh. and Fight Club, Fight Club, Fight Club.

Cannot stress this enough.

ragingloli's avatar

The “Bourne” movies, probably.

ucme's avatar

Inglorious Basterds

MollyMcGuire's avatar

I’ve never liked him in anything since Legend of the Falls.

Zaku's avatar

Is Brad Pitt in any Bourne movies, or is @ragingloli confused or jokingly mixing him up with Matt Damon?

ragingloli's avatar

could be.
white boys all look the same

Roberta77's avatar

I like performances that are extreme, that makes the actor go beyond and take the role of a more out of this world character. So I think Snatch, Inglorious Basterds and 12 Monkeys are pretty good performances.

MollyMcGuire's avatar

I have ‘t see him in a movie in a long time. I liked him in Legend of the Falls and not really since.

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