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


10. The Heat

The Heat played on the success of Bridesmaids, putting Sandra and Melissa McCarthy front and center of this buddy cop, R-rated comedy. However, it would have felt more fresh if wasn’t for the familiarity of Sandra’s “tough woman who doesn’t know how to be feminine act,” which she perfected in Miss Congeniality. But then again the fans who dropped $169 million at the box office might disagree.

Rotten Tomatoes Score: 66%
Box Office: $229 million

9. Demolition Man

One of Sandra’s earliest films was her best, mainly because she got to play a happy-go-lucky police officer caught up in a battle between Wesley Snipes and Sylvester Stallone. The film was clunky, explosive fun that screams ’90s action flick.

Rotten Tomatoes Score: 64%
Box Office: $159 million

8. The Blind Side

The film earned Sandra her first Oscar nomination and win (over Meryl Streep) and it was well-deserved. Sandra played a tough housewife with a sensitive interior in this true story of footballer Michael Oher. The film as a whole doesn’t quite stand up, but really it’s all about Sandra’s performance.

Rotten Tomatoes Score: 66%
Box Office: $255 million

7. Miss Congeniality

The film has become one of Sandra’s more iconic roles. After a few years of playing in straight in mediocre Rom-Coms, Sandra burst back onto the see with a funny albiet silly comedy about a cop who has to go undercover as a pageant queen. Of course, Michael Caine, William Shatner and Candice Bergen did an excellent job of filling out the cast.

Rotten Tomatoes Score: 42%
Box Office: $105 million

6. The Proposal

Someone wisely took Two Weeks Notice and flipped the roles, casting Sandra as the boss and Ryan Reynolds as her hapless employee. The movie excels thanks to the chemistry between the two leads. Also, Betty White. And Ryan’s naked butt.

Rotten Tomatoes Score: 43%
Box Office: $163 million

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