Bronson busted out of the Western genre with the ultimate vigilante flick -- good enough for four sequels.
Bronson, with badass friends in tow, goes on a suicide mission. It's the prototype for everything from The Expendables to A Bridge Too Far.
Holding your own against McQueen, Brynner, and Coburn is no small feet. Bronson does so and became a star as a result.
Bronson's stoic, mysterious, and deadly cowboy is the archetype of the dangerous Old West warrior.
Bronson is a perfect fit in this heartwarming story of a veteran hit man who mentors a young contract killer.
Bronson does what he does best: takes out those who mess with him, this time as a Vietnam vet turned watermelon farmer.
In this hidden gem, Bronson gives a wounded, broken performance and has killer fight scenes. What more could you want?
The California sun does nothing to mellow Bronson, who's out on another quest for street vengence in this sequel.
The original French version is hard to find, but Bronson's game of cat and mouse with a murderess makes it well worth seeking out.
Late in life, Bronson went soft with great results in this independent drama directed by Sean Penn.