The Company Men
Rank Title Points Votes Your Vote
1
Costner's return to directing and starring in Westerns is a worthy addition to your Dances With Wolves and Wyatt Earp collection.
Current Score:
239
Total Votes:
267
2
Co-starring with Clint Eastwood, Costner poignantly portrays an escaped convict who ends up kidnapping, then bonding with a young boy.
Current Score:
196
Total Votes:
244
3
Playing a suburban psychopath, the former Bull Durham star tweaks his squeaky clean image, and shows an intriguing darker side.
Current Score:
192
Total Votes:
250
4
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.
Current Score:
174
Total Votes:
254
5
Though flashback sequences of Costner playing Alex (the dead guy) were cut, you can still catch a glimpse of him -- as a corpse.
Current Score:
153
Total Votes:
221
6
Tweaking his own history, Costner headlines as an alcoholic former ball-player trying to connect with the family of his new girlfriend.
Current Score:
153
Total Votes:
217
7
Costner co-stars as Ben Afflecks blue-collar brother-in-law, and turns in a low-key, restrained, and soulful performance.
Current Score:
149
Total Votes:
213
8
Watch this movie in slow-mo, or there's a good chance you'll miss Costner's fine, fleeting portrayal of "Frat Boy #1."
Current Score:
148
Total Votes:
210
9
Costner turns in a touching performance as a father mourning the death of his child in this post-apocalyptic flick.
Current Score:
145
Total Votes:
211
10
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.
Current Score:
137
Total Votes:
207