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What is Russell Crowe’s biggest movie?

Russell Crowe possesses a level of variety that is uncommon among performers in their senior years. While the Australian actor rose to prominence as a leading man, he has steadily moved into supporting roles in recent years. Here is the list of the top 5 movies of Russell Crowe. Read below to know more.

1. Master And Commander: Far Side of The World: There’s a reason why fans of ‘Master and Commander: Far Side of the World’ are still clamoring for a sequel over two decades after its initial release. The Napoleonic epic may have underperformed at the box office, but it’s one of the most precise and thrilling depictions of naval action ever seen on screen, and Crowe’s performance as literary hero Jack Aubrey is one of the main reasons for the film’s enduring popularity.

2. L.A. Confidential: ‘L.A. Confidential’ is a more serious take on a noir narrative set in Los Angeles than ‘The Nice Guys,’ but it’s still a lot of fun. An examination of police violence, as well as sophisticated performances by Crowe as aggressive LAPD cop Bud White and Guy Pearce as nerdy analyst Ed Exley, modernize the nostalgic approach to film noir.

3. The Nice Guys: Crowe does not get enough credit for his ability to be amusing. He’s the perfect straight guy in comedies because of the raw tenacity he brings to dramatic roles. No film better exemplifies this than Shane Black’s underappreciated buddy cop comedy ‘The Nice Guys.’

4. Gladiator: For ‘Gladiator,’ one of the quintessential screen epics of the twenty-first century, Crowe won the Academy Award for Best Actor. Maximus Decimus Meridius is a modest Roman general who is promised the title of Emperor by the present emperor, Marcus Aurelius (Richard Harris), a deed that prompts Marcus’ resentful son Commandus (Joaquin Phoenix) to murder Maximus’ family and sell him into slavery.

5. A Beautiful Mind: ‘A Beautiful Mind,’ the second of Crowe’s back-to-back Oscar victories, methodically analyses the turbulent life of brilliant mathematician John Nash. Crowe once again demonstrates his ability to portray austere people with depth and humanity, as the neurotic genius is initially defined by his social awkwardness, which is later replaced by his insanity.

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