Films starring Brad Pitt

War Machine

By William Carroll

David Michôd and Brad Pitt serve up a fascinating but uneven satire of America’s military might.

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Allied

By David Jenkins

Brad Pitt and Marion Cotillard are lovers in the crosswind of war in this underwhelming romantic melodrama.

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The Big Short

By David Jenkins

The director of Anchorman 2 dials back the screwball in this frisky tale of the sub-prime mortgage meltdown of 2007.

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By the Sea

By David Jenkins

As a director, writer and performer, Angelina Jolie-Pitt has finally come into her own.

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Fury

By Adam Woodward

Brad Pitt surveys the horrors of war a busted-up tank in David Ayer’s soulful if unoriginal tale of conflict and brotherhood.

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12 Years a Slave

By Ashley Clark

One of Britain’s greatest living filmmakers offers an outraged, intense and artful examination of American slavery.

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The Counsellor

By Adam Lee Davies

Ridley Scott directing. Cormac McCarthy writing. Michael Fassbender starring. What could possibly go wrong?

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Moneyball

By Dan Stewart

Bennett Miller and Aaron Sorkin combine for the best film about statistics you’re ever likely to see.

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The Tree of Life

By David Jenkins

A glorious ode to the improbability of existence which asks us to cherish the simple processes of living and loving.

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Inglourious Basterds

By Jonathan Crocker

Quentin Tarantino’s World War Two epic is saved by one genius performance and some hot flashes of dialogue.

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Burn After Reading

By Kevin Maher

The Coen brothers strike comedy gold with this thrillingly barmy ensemble farce.

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The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford

By Lorien Haynes

Andrew Dominik’s epic retelling of the Jesse James saga dares you to invest in its hero.

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