Costner's return to directing and starring in Westerns is a worthy addition to your Dances With Wolves and Wyatt Earp collection.
Co-starring with Clint Eastwood, Costner poignantly portrays an escaped convict who ends up kidnapping, then bonding with a young boy.
Playing a suburban psychopath, the former Bull Durham star tweaks his squeaky clean image, and shows an intriguing darker side.
No one flocked to theaters to see this flop, but Costner's vision of a world covered in water is original, exciting, and way more fun than anyone gives it credit for.
Though flashback sequences of Costner playing Alex (the dead guy) were cut, you can still catch a glimpse of him -- as a corpse.
Tweaking his own history, Costner headlines as an alcoholic former ball-player trying to connect with the family of his new girlfriend.
Costner co-stars as Ben Afflecks blue-collar brother-in-law, and turns in a low-key, restrained, and soulful performance.
Watch this movie in slow-mo, or there's a good chance you'll miss Costner's fine, fleeting portrayal of "Frat Boy #1."
Costner turns in a touching performance as a father mourning the death of his child in this post-apocalyptic flick.
This supernatural thriller in the vein of The Orphan and Pan's Labyrinth stars Costner as a recently divorced father who may or may not be plagued by ghosts.