It is fair to say that Woody Harrelson is one of the most versatile actors of his generation. Although he began his career as a leading comic book actor in the series Chairs, Harrelson became famous for his unique acting in dramas, puzzles, and action movies. Play a prestigious film and play memorable supporting roles alongside great actors. He has also returned to television in recent years, presenting one of the best acting games of his career in a new role in the first season of The True Detective Chubby, which has garnered critical acclaim.
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Harrelson has been nominated for three Academy Awards, once for Best Actor in a Leading Role for People vs. Larry Flint and twice for Best Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture and Three Billboards Outside of Ebbing, Missouri. He has also appeared in franchises such as Star Wars, You See Me, The Hunger Games, and Zombie Land, and most recently starred as an anti-hero in Sony's Venom: Let Carnegie Come Coming. However, some of Harrelson's other great works have been overlooked due to the breadth of his career. It is not possible to say whether these films performed poorly or whether his work was ignored or whether he saved these bad films. However, these seven performances by Woody Harrelson deserve more attention and praise. >
7. Wag the Dog
- Director: Barry Levinson
- Actors: Woody Harrelson, Dustin Hoffman , Robert De Niro
- Release Date: 1997
- Raton Tomitoz Score: 86 out of 100
- IMDb rating for the movie: 7.1 out of 10
Dog is a dark political satire that It was ahead of its time, and Harrelson adds an interesting bitterness that has a good bearing on the theme and concept of the film. The film follows the efforts of Conrad Brin (Robert De Niro) and Hollywood producer Stanley Muts (Dustin Hoffman) to create a fake international conflict to cover up the sex scandal of US President (Michael Belson). Harrelson is a US Army sergeant named William Schumann who has to fabricate the story of a prisoner of war. Although he jokingly portrays the dog as his own events, because of Harrelson's terrifying play, the consequences of plotting a political war around an unreliable character are very bitter. Harrelson, however, makes the audience laugh in his strange ways, but adds the necessary realism to the effect, which makes the film more nihilistic and absurd.
6. A Prairie Home Companion
- Director: Robert Altman
- Actors: Woody Harrelson, Meryl Streep, Lindsay Lohan
- Raton Tomitosis Score: 81 out of 100
- Score IMDb < to the movie: 6.7 out of 10
Robert Altman's latest movie is accompanied by fascinating plays from a collection of prominent actors. So that greatly affects the appeal of the film, and Harrelson succeeds in becoming one of the most prominent actors in the film. Companions of a house in the meadow follow the internal events of a group of country musicians in their last days before the cancellation of their big performance. Harrelson and John C. Riley portray the role of two cowboy singers, Dosti and Lefti, who tend to ruin their sponsors' plans by abandoning the script.
Many of the film's more serious moments revolve around the sisters. Letters to Yolanda (Meryl Streep) and Ronda (Lily Tamlin) and Ronda's daughter, Lola (Lindsay Lohan). Harrelson and Riley illuminate the mood of the film, and their dialogues and allusions, along with their bizarre pieces of music, show a deep friendship and affection that they have never explicitly expressed to each other. The film is an entertaining comedy showcasing Harrelson's high singing skills. In the final moments when the filmmakers meet for their last meal, Harrelson finds an opportunity to ponder the possibility of leaving his artist family, and he does so later.
5. Rampart ( Rampart )
- Director: Oren Morman
- Actors: Woody Harrelson, Sigourney Weaver, An Hatch
- Release Date: 2011
- Raton Tomitosis Score: 74 out of 100
- Score </<strong> IMDb to the film: 5.8 out of 10
Landfill may be the best performance of the entire Harrelson career, a film that It deals with the issue of police corruption and savagery, it is as sensitive as possible, and fortunately its filmmaker, Oren Morman, does not miss a single detail. The film could easily have been misunderstood, but Harrelson paints a vivid and complex picture of a Los Angeles police officer, Dave Brown. Brown has gone so far as to justify his actions and pursue his personal and professional life at the same time.
Brown has a hated personality, but Harrelson avoids exaggerating in portraying this real character. Brown's approach stems from outdated principles and guidelines that have been in place at the Los Angeles Police Department for years. The embankment begins at a point where he has passed through the stage of salvation and his healthy past, but Harrelson subtly escapes the faded idealism of his earlier era. The scenes between Brown and his daughter Helen (Barry Larson) are heartbreaking. Harrelson's play and his mistaken love for his daughter also make Larson's performance more emotional. 9 ( Triple 9 )
- Director: John Hilcott
- Actors: > Woody Harrelson, Chiwtel Agiofor, Kate Winslet
- Release Date: 2016
- Raton Tomitoz Score: 54 out of 100
- IMDb rating for movie: 6.3 out of 10
Three to 9 , Is a busy yet entertaining crime epic that is linked to a complex story of police robbery and also features elements such as the Russian Mafia, gang killings and the Bad Breaking series. There's a lot going on in this movie, and a lot of people are uniting and betraying each other, and you can easily get confused in this uproar, but in the meantime, Harrelson plays Jeffrey Allen, a cool police detective.>
He is the uncle of the ideal cop Chris Allen (Casey Affleck) and has a certain pessimism about the cases and of course he is funny and he can also hide his intentions well from others. He considers himself a pessimist, but on the other hand, Allen is one of the few noble characters in the film. Harlson gives serious advice to his nephew with intimacy that is not due to family feelings. Although the ending of three to nine leaves some puzzles unsolved, Harrelson's conscious smile is a satisfying ending to this thrilling film.
3. Seventeen Years ( The Edge of Seventeen )
- Director: Clay Pheromone Craig
- Actors: Woody Harrelson, Haley Steinfeld, Blake Jenner
- Release Date: 2016
- Raton Tomitose Score: 94 out of 100
- IMDb rating for the film: 7.6 out of 10
It is a shame that the film is seventeen years old It performed poorly financially, as the Freemie Craig teen drama Kelly deserved to be considered a classic for John Hughes for a new generation. In this film, Harrelson portrays one of the best performances of a teacher in recent years in cinema. Mr. Brunner is one of the few people Nadine Franklin, the film's main character, played by Haley Steinfeld, can talk to because Nadine bears no resemblance to herself and her family and friends.
Nadine is trying to solve all her problems, it is worrying, but this way of expressing is a way for this girl to cope with problems more easily. Nadine does not need ridiculous advice. He just needs someone to listen to him. An emotional scene is created when Mr. Brunner comes to his aid after Nadine's unsuccessful friendship. Harrelson does not need to say a word to show his interest in Nadine, and if he had shown this fatherly feeling to the girl from the beginning, he certainly would not have looked so influential.
2. War for the Planet of the Apes ( War for the Planet of the Apes )
- Director: Matt Reeves
- Actors: Woody Harrelson, Andy Sarkis, Steve Zan
- Release Date: 2017
- Raton Tomitose Score: 94 out of 100
- IMDb rating for movie: 7.4 out of 10
Reconstructed Triple Planet of the Apes , Was really great and groundbreaking in motion capture technology and realistic graphics and computing. Human characters are mostly secondary, but Harrelson is one of the most attractive. Harrelson plays the role of fascist colonel Wesley McCullough as the main opponent in the final season of War for the Planet of the Apes. His role as an authoritarian who has completely abandoned his humanity is truly great.
McCullough's beliefs are his most terrifying characteristics. He really considers monkeys to be evil creatures and believes that he must destroy them to save the planet, and he thinks of savage attacks and enslavement of Caesar (Andy Sarkis) allies. Harrelson never mentions in his performance that McCallow enjoys his sadistic methods, but his play is a perfect example of this. The role could easily have been a caricature and an exaggeration, but the background to McCullough's story and his confession to killing his own son shows the depth of this character and his insensitivity.
1. Shock and Awe ( Shock and Awe )
- Director: Rob Rainer
- Actors: Woody Harrelson, James Marsden , Rob Rainer
- Release Date: 2017
- Raton Tomitoz Score: 30 out of 100
- IMDb rating for the movie: 6.3 out of 10
Shock and fear, one of the most painful and dull It's a Bush-style drama that has been made so far, and given the fierce competition for similar works, it really doesn't have much to say. Rob Rainer's film is about the Night Rider being involved in the invasion of Iraq and the search for weapons of mass destruction, and it seems outdated and obscure. he does. War correspondent Jonathan Landay (Woody Harrelson) appears to be appalled by the ongoing conspiracies in Iraq. Harrelson has beautiful dialogues in this film.
When an actor can turn a bad film into a spectacular work, it can definitely be said that he is a capable artist. Shock and fear have great actors, but James Marsden, Tommy Lee Jones, Mila Jovich and Richard Schiff look just as boring as Rainer. During the dull 90 minutes in which facts become repetitive topics, at least Harrelson acts as someone who hates situations and angrily seeks answers. In a film that celebrates Americans so much that it even forgets to refer to international perspectives, Harrelson manages to show the diligence and decency of a journalist well.