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

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5. Infamous

The other Truman Capote film failed to capture audiences like Phillip Seymour Hoffman’s version. However critics debate whether or not this one was superior. Meanwhile, Sandra plays it straight as friend and author Harper Lee. It’s just a shame it wasn’t seen by more people. Bonus: It’s one of Gwyneth Paltrow’s most likable characters.

Rotten Tomatoes Score: 73%
Box Office: $1 million

4. A Time to Kill

The adaptation of John Grisham’s novel was named on VH1′s 20 Most Essential Matthew McConaughey Films and for good reason. The courtroom thriller boasts a strong cast all bringing their  A-games in a battle over justice, race and pride.

Rotten Tomatoes Score: 67%
Box Office: $152 million

3. Speed

Never has riding a bus (or an elevator) been more thrilling. The film played Keanu and Sandra against a maniacal Dennis Hopper, who put a bomb on a bus. The surprise hit took fans over gaps in the highway, through subways and around runways for 116 minutes of fun. It’s a shame about that sequel.

Rotten Tomatoes Score: 93%
Box Office:

2. While You Were Sleeping

A debate among the staff broke out about this one. It’s clearly a fan favorite but better than Speed? Yes, we put it there. If it wasn’t for the extremely thrilling and impressive Gravity, this would have taken the top spot. Sandra has always shined in a Rom-Com and luckily this one was a smart, uniquely charming film about “love at second sight.”

Rotten Tomatoes Score: 80%
Box Office: $182 million

1. Gravity

Gravity may seem like the obvious choice, considering the press and accolades both Sandra and the film has received, but it really does deserve the top spot. Sandra was the most unexpected choice for the role but after seeing her in it, it’s hard to imagine that Angelina Jolie, Blake Lively and Natalie Portman were even considered. She shines in a one-woman show about a race to get back to Earth before the lack of supplies and oxygen prevent doing so. It’s a spectacle that deserves to be applauded as well as for Sandra finally stepping out of her shell.

Rotten Tomatoes Score: 97%
Box Office: $264

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