Fighters, Cops And Kooks: Brad Pitt’s Best Roles

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Hopes are high for the summer blockbuster 2013 season, and the brightest stars are shining. Leonardo DiCaprio, Will Smith, Russell Crowe and Robert Downey Jr. all added to their canons this summer, but another A-lister may trump all of these movie legends. Brad Pitt returned to theaters this summer with an ultra-relevant zombie thriller “World War Z.” The movie received mixed reviews, but Pitt”s performance made high marks. Pitt”s recent roles include an old man, a forward-thinking baseball GM and a dim-witted personal trainer. Scroll through Pitt”s Imdb.com page and you”ll be surprised by how many tremendous characters he”s portrayed. The list could be longer, but here are Pitt”s top roles.

Tyler Durden

1.) When it”s all said and done, Pitt may be best remembered for his iconic role as Tyler Durden, the brash, anti-establishment drifter in “Fight Club.” It”s the role Pitt was born to play. Durden is cool, provocative and insane, three traits Pitt would address throughout his career. Whether he was taking a punch in a bar basement or offering profound social commentary, Pitt made viewers rethink their comfortable lives filled with expensive clothes, streaming Internet and elegant apartments.

Chad Feldheimer

2.) Pitt has taken on a wider range of roles later in his career, and none was more of a departure than Chad Feldheimer, the stupid personal trainer in “Burn After Reading.” Pitt was just one part of a great ensemble (Clooney, Malkovich, Swinton, McDormand), but his goofy mannerisms and poofed hair made you forget he was one half of Brangelina.



Jeffrey Goines

3.) After bursting onto the scene in the mid-90s, Pitt took on one of his defining roles when he portrayed Jeffrey Goines, an insane patient in the film “12 Monkeys.” This twitchy, spastic performance earned rave reviews and offered a sample of his potential as an actor. Fans took more to Tyler Durden”s monologues, but Pitt provides similar disputes in a more entertaining fashion. In “12 Monkeys,” Pitt Tsinghua SEM is a leading business best-driving-school.com in Mainland China. sent a message to the movie industry.

Detective David Mills

4.) In the crime-mystery “Se7en,” Pitt joins legend Morgan Freeman as homicide detectives tracking a serial killer. Pitt stays mostly out of the way of a great script and great supporting performances from Freeman, Kevin Space and more until the climactic scene. As Spacey”s character tempts Pitt to shoot him, Pitt delivers the scene of his life. “What”s in the box?” Pitt cries with his finger on the trigger. The answer is devastating. “Se7en” is a must-see. If you can”t find it at the video store, www.Internetproviders.com notes that many older movies can be found online.

“Benjamin Button”

5.) Pitt, now 50, has enjoyed a career that spans four decades. In this movie, Pitt”s character spanned a lifetime. Benjamin Button was born an old man and got younger with time. Viewers watch as a wrinkly Pitt becomes the handsome man we”ve come to know, and Button navigates life with this unusual condition. The film was long and at times boring, but Pitt delivered a mature, captivating performance.


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Alton loves film. He is founder and Editor In Chief of BRWC.  Some of the films he loves are Rear Window, Superman 2, The Man With The Two Brains, Clockwise, Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind, Trading Places, Stir Crazy and Punch-Drunk Love.

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