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All of Brad Pitt’s Movies – Ranked From Worst to Best

Brad Pitt - all of his movies ranked

Brad Pitt has made some great movies over the years. So we had great pleasure in aggregating the ratings from IMDb, Rotten Tomatoes, Metacritic and Letterboxd to get a true average score for each of his movies… so are all of Brad Pitts movies ranked…

Death By Films Aggregate Score

4.01 out of 10

40 – The Favour (1994)

Directed by: Donald Petrie
Synopsis:
Kathy is married to Peter. Now she can’t help but wonder how things could have been if she got together with her old boyfriend, Tom. Being married prevents from doing that so she asks her friend, Emily to go to him and see if she can sleep with him then tell Kathy how it was. When Emily tells Kathy that things were awesome, their friendship suffers, at the same so does Kathy’s marriage. Things get even more complicated when Emily learns she’s pregnant, and she’s not certain if it’s Tom’s or her boyfriend, Elliot.
Death By Films Aggregate Score

4.42 out of 10

39 – The Counsellor (2013)

Directed by: Ridley Scott
Synopsis:
A Bentley-driving Texas lawyer (Michael Fassbender) appears to have it all, including a beautiful fiancee named Laura (Penélope Cruz) — but his financial needs force him to become involved in an ill-advised drug deal. His partners in the venture include middleman Westray (Brad Pitt), shady nightclub owner Reiner (Javier Bardem) and Malkina (Cameron Diaz), Reiner’s sociopathic lover. Unsurprisingly, the counselor’s deal spirals out of control, placing both him and Laura in mortal danger.
Death By Films Aggregate Score

4.49 out of 10

38 – By the Sea (2015)

Directed by: Angelina Jolie

Synopsis:
In the 1960s, in France, an American couple, former dancer Vanessa and her husband Roland, a successful writer, have been married 14 years. They drive to a coastal hotel. Roland wants to write a story while staying there. The two are barely on speaking terms; Vanessa is withdrawn and grieving for an unknown reason. Roland appears to drink too much and seems unhappy that Vanessa is no longer interested in him sexually.
Death By Films Aggregate Score

4.95 out of 10

37 – Johnny Suede (1991)

Directed by: Tom DiCillo
Synopsis:
Johnny Suede (Brad Pitt) wants to be in a rock band, and when a pair of suede shoes literally lands at his feet, he thinks his life is made. Things only get better when he meets and starts sleeping with the bohemian Darlette (Alison Moir), even though she won’t break up with her abusive boyfriend. But then Johnny’s luck turns: He needs to pawn his guitar for some quick cash, and Darlette suddenly disappears from his life. Johnny soon realizes that there’s more to life than suede shoes.
Death By Films Aggregate Score

5.18 out of 10

36 – War Machine (2017)

Directed by: David Michôd

Synopsis:
A successful, charismatic four-star general, Glenn McMahon, leaps in like a rock star to command NATO forces in Afghanistan, only to be taken down by a journalist’s no-holds-barred exposé.
Death By Films Aggregate Score

5.44 out of 10

35 – The Devil’s Own (1997)

Directed by: Alan J. Pakula

Synopsis:
In 1972, eight-year old Frankie McGuire witnesses his father being gunned down in front of him due to being an Irish republican sympathizer. By 1992, an adult Frankie and three other Provisional Irish Republican Army men are caught up in a firefight in Belfast when members of the British Army try to capture him. One gunman is killed and another, Desmond, is wounded as Frankie and the last gunman, Sean Phelan, flee. Hiding out in the countryside, Frankie and his friend Martin MacDuff see a British Army helicopter circling overhead and decide they need Stinger missiles.
Death By Films Aggregate Score

5.70 out of 10

34 – The Mexican (2001)

Directed by: Gore Verbinski

Synopsis:
The story follows Jerry Welbach as he travels through Mexico to find a valuable antique gun, ”The Mexican”, and smuggle it into the United States. Five years earlier, Welbach had caused a traffic accident in which he hit the car of local mobster Arnold Margolese, who was jailed for five years after the police searched his car following the crash, finding someone tied up in his trunk. In compensation for the jail time, Welbach has been sent on various errands by Margolese’s prickly second-in-command, Bernie Nayman. Retrieving the gun will be his final errand. Welbach has a girlfriend, Samantha, with whom he argues constantly and who leaves Jerry prior to the trip over his lack of commitment to their relationship.
Death By Films Aggregate Score

6.13 out of 10

33 – Meet Joe Black (1998)

Directed by: Martin Brest
Synopsis:
Billionaire media mogul Bill Parrish is considering a merger between his company and another media giant, and is about to celebrate his 65th birthday with an elaborate party planned by his eldest daughter, Allison. His youngest daughter, Susan, a residency (medicine) in internal medicine, is in a relationship with one of Bill’s board members, Drew. She is considering marriage, but Bill can tell she’s not passionately in love. When she asks for the short version of his impassioned speech, he simply says, “Stay open. Who knows? Lightning could strike!” When their company helicopter lands, he begins to hear a mysterious voice, which he tries with increasing difficulty to ignore.
Death By Films Aggregate Score

6.16 out of 10

32 – Killing Them Softly (2012)

Directed by: Andrew Dominik
Synopsis:
During the American financial crisis and United States presidential election, 2008 in the fall of 2008, Johnny “Squirrel” Amato plans to rob a Mafia poker game. He enlists Frankie, a former business associate, and Russell, a heroin-addicted Australian expatriate who is stealing purebred dogs for money. They decide to target a game run by Markie Trattman, who is known to have previously orchestrated an inside job by paying two men to rob his own illegal poker game. Squirrel anticipates that Markie will be the obvious suspect because of this, and the Mafia will simply have him killed without investigating further.
Death By Films Aggregate Score

6.17 out of 10

31 – Ocean’s Twelve (2004)

Directed by: Steven Soderbergh
Synopsis:
Danny Ocean reunites with his old flame and the rest of his merry band of thieves in carrying out three huge heists in Rome, Paris and Amsterdam – but a Europol agent is hot on their heels.

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