With stunning looks and a figure girls die for, Angelina Jolie is every guy’s dream girl. The Tomb Raider star (as Lara Croft) was voted as the Sexiest Woman Alive in 2004 and has been projected as the most beautiful woman by various magazines. Brad Pitt’s sweetheart, Angelina, is 40 and besides a successful acting career, she is an ambassador for women’s rights and education. She is also an active humanitarian and has adopted 3 children internationally. Here, we take a look at 15 best Angelina Jolie movies of all time that you should definitely watch:
15. Bone Collector (1999)
Bone Collector is a crime movie based on a novel by Jeffrey Deaver. The movie features the dazzling Angelina Jolie as a young police officer, Amelia Donaghy, in pursuit of a serial killer.
She is mentored by a retired detective, Lincoln Rhyme (Denzel Washington) who suffers from quadriplegia.
14. Hackers (1995)
Former American model, Angelina Jolie, assumes the role of a hacker Kate aka Acid Burn, in a High school. Then a 19 years old, Angelina pulls off a believable performance as a Goth like character.
She joins forces with another skilled hacker Dade Murphy (played by Jonny Lee Miller), against evil, in a tech war.
13. Love Is All There Is (1996)
Featuring a beautiful teenage Angelina, Love Is All There Is was completed in 1994 but didn’t hit the cinemas until 1996. This marks her first break in Rom-Com genre and the movie did modestly well at the box office.
It is a story about two Italian American families, Malacici and Cappamezza, who are at loggerheads with each other in business terms and have a dislike for each other.
Much to everyone’s dismay, Gina Malacici and Rosario Cappamezza are couples together in a Romeo and Juliet production which gives way to off-set chemistry between the two.
12. Pushing Tin (1999)
Pushing Tin has a two dimensional theme to throw light on the busy environment of air traffic control and the professional jealousy that builds up between men in the same department and rank.
The movie mainly focuses on two couples. John Cusack’s character Nick is a well reputed air traffic controller and happily married to a very loyal Connie (Cate Blanchett). Billy Thornton’s Russel arrives with a dashing hot wife, Mary (Angelina Jolie), who has everyone crushing on her.
Nick’s rivalry with Russel and his one night mistake with Mary threatens to jeopardize his life unless he pulls himself together.
11. Maleficent (2014)
Maleficent is one of Angelina Jolie latest movies that made it big at the box office with an Oscar nomination to boost. Robert Stromberg’s work based on La belle au bois dormant, an opera in three acts, by Michele Carafa which was inspired by the fairy-tale Sleeping Beauty.
A charming young woman from a peaceful kingdom, Angelina Jolie as Maleficent, turns vengeful after a betrayal. She curses the infant of the invading army’s king and learns that the cursed child is central to restoration of peace in kingdom.
10. Mr. & Mrs. Smith (2005)
Put together two of the hottest stars in film industry (Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie) in a light action comedy and you have a guaranteed 2 hours of good entertainment at the very least. Written by Simon Kinberg and directed by Doug Liman, Mr. and Mrs. Smith ignited the off-set heat between its lead stars who are now happily married.
The movie’s theme is a stagnant marriage. With no kids and diminished chemistry, John and Jane Smith are hired assassins – a secret kept from each other. The story unravels as they are assigned each other as targets.
9. The Good Shepherd (2006)
The name of the movie is a reference to a verse in the Bible where Jesus calls himself “the good Shepherd.” The lead role of Edward Wilson is taken by symbol of super spies, Matt Damon, which seems to be a personification and life story of James Jesus Angleton, founder of CIA and chief of its counter-intelligence wing.
Robert De Niro’s direction, The Good Shepherd, features Angelina Jolie as Clover Russel (student at Yale University) whose sexual appeal has Wilson fall for her and later marry her.
The movie depicts how being a spy consumes a man at the cost of his family.