At this year’s Golden Globes, Leonardo DiCaprio gets his 13th nomination, his last for his role as scientist Dr. Randall Mindy in the Netflix movie Don’t Look Up. Fans will see if he wins on Sunday, January 9. If so, he will add a trophy to his trophy cabinet which already contains three Globes for The Aviator, The Wolf of Wall Street and The Revenant. Surprisingly, one of those films didn’t make it to critics’ top 10 list (as evidenced by their Rotten Tomatoes score).
Leonardo DiCaprio’s 10 Best Movies
10. The wolf of Wall Street
Score sur Rotten Tomatoes : 79% Well that The Revenant won an Oscar, it was knocked out of the top 10 by the film that preceded it, The wolf of Wall Street by Martin Scorsese. He may not be fighting a bear in this film, but he delivers a committed physical performance as a stockbroker of questionable morals.
9. Marvin’s room
Note : 84% In this Oscar-winning 1996 film, DiCaprio continues his string of emotionally disturbed teenage roles by playing Hank, the son of Meryl Streep’s character, who was sent to a mental institution after setting fire to his wife’s house. mother. In the film, DiCaprio goes up against movie heavyweights like Streep, Diane Keaton and Robert De Niro.
8. One Upon a Time… in Hollywood
Note RT : 85% Brad Pitt won acclaim (and an Oscar) for his role in Quentin Tarantino’s ’60s Hollywood drama, but it’s DiCaprio’s Rick Dalton who is at the heart of the film. While his performance was summed up in this meme of him pointing at the TV, there’s a lot more to it than that.
Note RT : 86% Many actors had tried, unsuccessfully, to get a film about reclusive Hollywood mogul Howard Hughes off the ground, with Nicolas Cage, Johnny Depp and Edward Norton among the actors who signed on for projects. DiCaprio (and Scorsese) managed to get the project theatrically released, however, and DiCaprio was nominated for an Oscar (although he lost to Jamie Foxx).
The spectators ofInception may never agree on whether DiCaprio’s Cobb is still in a dream at the end of the film, but most agree that this mental thriller is one of the actor’s most entertaining films.
5. Django Unchained
Most directors see DiCaprio as an ordinary lead actor, but Quentin Tarantino pushes the actor to get weirder in his blaxsploitation-inspired western. Christoph Waltz received the Academy Award for Supporting Actor for this film, but DiCaprio’s sinister racist Calvin Candie makes an equally strong impression.
James Cameron’s box office-dominating epic garnered 14 Oscar nominations (and won 11), but DiCaprio wasn’t one of them – Kate Winslet earned the only acting accolade for the movie. Even so, for a certain generation, DiCaprio will always be Jack, King of the World (who certainly could have fit that gate in the end).
3. What’s Eating Gilbert Grape
This 1993 film earned the actor his first major accolades, including his first Oscar and Golden Globe nominations (he lost both to Tommy Lee Jones in The fugitive). His role as the disabled younger brother of Johnny Depp’s character didn’t age one bit, but at the time he was highly acclaimed.
Although the Oscars awarded this 2007 Scorsese crime drama Best Picture, they actually nominated another DiCaprio performance that year, in Blood Diamond. While that film is largely forgotten, Scorsese’s remake of the Hong Kong film Infernal Affairs is listed on IMDB’s list of the 50 best movies ever made.
1. Catch Me If You Can
There’s something about movie star DiCaprio’s slippery charisma that makes him a great con man, as Steven Spielberg’s film proves. Catch Me If You Can was released in 2002, which is exactly when the actor went from being a ’90s star to a serious actor and perennial awards contender.
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Leonardo DiCaprio: Here Are These 10 Best Leo Movies According To Critics