The Good, The Bad & Gravity: Sandra Bullock’s Movies Ranked



Sandra Bullock has had a varied and extended career filled with several highs. Most recently, she took 2013 by storm with her powerful, Oscar-nominated performance in Gravity. However, her career has also been litered with several lows, including her Razzie-winning role in All About Steve and those needless sequels to Miss Congeniality and Speed. Here at VH1, we took it upon ourselves to go back and re-watch, review and rank her 30+ films. That’s right everything from Forces of Nature to Two Weeks Notice finds its place among Bullock’s best films listed from worst to best.

31. Speed 2: Cruise Control

It’s like Speed but on a boat and minus Keanu Reeves. Here’s the thing: no one really asked for it. The idea may have sounded great but honestly, it was, like, maybe don’t.

Rotten Tomatoes Score: 3%
Box Office: $164 million

30. All About Steve

Released in the same year as The Blinde Side and The Proposal, AAS was the universally-panned dark spot in Bullock’s big year. The film was a disastrous Rom-com about a ditzy blonde who had fallen head over heels for Bradley Cooper. Luckily no careers were hurt in the making of this film.

Rotten Tomatoes Score: 7%
Box Office: $40 million

29. Premonition

This was Sandra’s “Julianne Moore mistaken thriller” phase. Like The Forgotten, Blindness, and Freedomland, Sandra thought she could tackle something outside her usual genre. The film was a mess of flashbacks and a wasted Julian McMahon.

Rotten Tomatoes Score: 8%
Box Office: $47 million

28. In Love and War

This 1996 film came after the high of While You Were Sleeping when Sandra chose to branch out into more dramatic films (A Time to Kill, Two If By Sea) with varying success. Unfortunately, this “boring and artificial” film was not one of the highlights of that year and was the beginning of the end of Chris O’Donnell’s career.

Rotten Tomatoes Score: 11%
Box Office: $25 million

27. Gun Shy

This wisely overlooked film wanted to be Kiss Kiss Bang Bang but wasn’t. Thankfully, five years later Robert Downey, Jr. and Val Kilmer made it happen.

Rotten Tomatoes Score: 24%
Box Office: $3 million

26. The Lake House

This was the Keanu Reeves, Sandra Bullock reunion that no one wanted to see and became memorable more for the Family Guy joke than anything else.

Rotten Tomatoes Score: 35%
Box Office: $52 million

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