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All The Brad Pitt Movies On Netflix: Enjoy A Brad Pitt Netflix Binge

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Who knew that a young, unknown actor hired to play a cowboy hitchhiker in the film Thelma and Louise (1991), would spend the next two decades as Hollywood’s hottest leading man. 

In addition to being voted People magazine’s Sexiest Man Alive (twice), Brad Pitt has won several Academy Awards, Emmy Awards, and Golden Globes for his acting and producing. His movies span across every genre from westerns to animation and vampires to Greek gods. There is no such thing as a “typical Brad Pitt movie”. 

We’ve assembled a collection of his best films, all streaming right now on Netflix. See if you can make your way through the entire list.

1. Legends of the Fall (1994)

Genre: Western Romance

Rotten Tomatoes: 97% Audience Score

This was Brad Pitt’s “sensitive hunk” movie. Cast as cowboy Tristan Ludlow, he battled the wilderness, a war and his brothers for the love of a woman. Filmed in the Rockies outside Calgary, Canada, this is an audience favourite.

2. Moneyball (2011)

Genre: Sports Biopic

Rotten Tomatoes: 94% Critic Score

He earned an Academy Award nomination for his portrayal of Billy Bean in this baseball biopic. He brought his characteristic wit and charm to this behind-the-scenes sports movie, tracing the evolution in how computer algorithms would begin to inform major league baseball. The sharp performances by Pitt and co-star Jonah Hill make this a great watch even for non-sports fans.

3. Sleepers (1996)

Genre: Legal Drama

Rotten Tomatoes: 85% Critic Score

The subject matter was tough but the performances riveting. This story centers around 4 childhood friends who were sent to reform school after almost killing a man in a freak accident. The guards at the school repeatedly sexually assaulted the boys while they serve their sentences, sending each of them in different trajectories with their lives. 

4. Inglorious Basterds (2009)

Genre: War Comedy

Rotten Tomatoes: 89% Critic Score

It’s classic Tarantino in this WW2 fantasy about a group of US soldiers turned Nazi hunters. Several stories intertwine into a violent and glorious re-imagining of the punishment of the Third Reich. Christof Waltz makes his star-making turn as the bad guy in this fun, satisfying movie.

5. Meet Joe Black (1998)

Genre: Drama Romance

Rotten Tomatoes: 81% Audience Score

Anthony Hopkins plays a successful businessman about to celebrate his birthday. Just before the festivities, he is visited by death, in the form of the recently deceased Joe Black (Pitt). They make a bargain, a few extra days in exchange for falling in love. Although one of Pitt’s slower films, it is filled with great performances from all.

6. The Curious Case of Benjamin Button (2008)

Genre: Fantasy Romance

Rotten Tomatoes: 80% Audience Score

In this captivating (if slightly trippy) drama, Pitt is born into the world as an elderly baby who ages in reverse. He has a series of unusual encounters, all centering around his romance with Daisy (Cate Blanchette) who he hopes to come together with at the right time.

7. Seven Years in Tibet (1997)

Genre: Historical Drama

Rotten Tomatoes: 73% Audience Score

This visually stunning film depicted the world of the Dalai Lama in the early days of his life. It’s told through the lens of an Austrian mountaineer (Pitt) who happens upon the village and experiences the innocent life in the pre-war Tibetan monastery.

8. Fury (2014)

Genre: War Historical

Rotten Tomatoes: 84% Audience Score

This gritty WW2 drama has Pitt as Army sergeant Don “Wardaddy” Collier, leading his hardened crew of soldiers across the fields of Germany in a Sherman tank. They face overwhelming odds, making a final stand in order to hold the line for the Allies following behind them. 

9. War Machine (2017)

Genre: War Comedy

Rotten Tomatoes: 49% Audience Score

This time Pitt is in Afghanistan, and plays a larger-than-life general sweeping in to solve all the problems of that war. This loosely fact-based, comedy-drama satires the typical war movie, with somewhat mixed results.

10. 12 Monkeys (1995)

Genre: Sci Fi Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes: 89% Critic Score

This Bruce Willis (Die Hard, Pulp Fiction) vehicle was a cult hit in the 90’s. The dystopian tale of subterranean life after a deadly pandemic seems less insane these days. James Cole (Willis) must travel back in time to try and figure out the start of the virus in order for the scientists to figure out a cure. Naturally, no one believes him in the past/present and he is treated as a mental patient each time he travels back in time. The insane asylum is where we meet Brad Pitt and his wacky, unattractive role as Jeffrey Goines that played against type. Definitely worth another watch.

11. Troy (2004)

Genre: Historical Drama

Rotten Tomatoes: 73% Audience Score

It’s sword and sandals time as Helen (a Spartan Queen) sneaks off to be with her lover Paris, prince of Troy. The war between the Spartans and Trojans is called and a beefed-up Brad Pitt shows off his ancient fight club skills as Achilles, the old world’s greatest warrior. There are epic battle scenes and a terrific cast, including Peter O’Toole, Eric Bana, Diane Kruger, Orlando Bloom and Bryan Cox.

12. Killing them Softly (2012)

Genre: Crime Drama

Rotten Tomatoes: 74% Critic Score

Killing Them Softly is a dark, comedic look at the world of a hitman. It’s a thriller, with Brad playing a ruthless killer both menacing and charming as he explains his preferred methods of murder.

13. Interview with the Vampire (1994)

Genre: Romance Horror

Rotten Tomatoes: 86% Audience Score

When the movie version of Anne Rice’s hugely popular vampire series was announced to be starring Tom Cruise and Brad Pitt, there was a lot of backlash about the casting. However, once fans saw the movie they were in love. The tale of sensitive Louis (Pitt) and his relationship with callous vampire Lestat (Cruise), was filled with drama, horror, and a few dark laughs along the way.

14. The Assassination of Jesse James (2007)

Genre: Western

Rotten Tomatoes: 76% Critic Score

As the name implies, this was a slow, crafted look at the end of Jesse James’ life. Brad Pitt played it perfectly, with a world-weary menace that seemed to capture the character in a new and interesting way. This is not a shoot ‘em up western, but rather a character study of a legend who was all too real.

15. Megamind (2010)

Genre: Family Comedy

Rotten Tomatoes: 72% Critic Score

With Will Farrell, Tina Fey and Brad Pitt starring in an animated movie, you know it’s going to be entertaining. Pitt is “Metroman”, a perfect Superman-like good guy that the villain “Megamind” (Farrell) loves to hate. The film is told through the villain’s eyes, and the reverse take on the typical superhero movie brings a lot of laughs.

16. Spygame (2001)

Genre: Spy Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes: 75% Audience Score

It’s such a treat to watch Brad Pitt and Robert Redford act together on screen. You would think they were father and son, they are so much alike. A spy thriller that has the seasoned CIA agent (Redford) training his protege (Pitt), who gets in way over his head.

17. Friends (2001)

Genre: Tv Sit-Com

Rotten Tomatoes: 94% Audience Score

Although he only guest-starred in one episode of the massively popular Friends television show, he was married at the time to the star, Jennifer Aniston. It was a major television event in those days for “big hollywood actors” to show up on tv shows, and it ended up being one of the highest-rated episodes for the show. Check it out for a little 90’s nostalgia.

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