Love the Beast
Rank Title Points Votes Your Vote
1
In this Pixar hit, he provides the voice for "Jay Limo," an ice-blue ride that, like Leno, spent its formative years doing stand-up.
Current Score:
9
Total Votes:
43
2
Leno stops by to play "Bedrock's Most Wanted Host," in a nod to the critical consensus of the day.
Current Score:
7
Total Votes:
33
3
The comedian's cinematic debut comes with his bit-part portrayal of a carpenter in the original version of the comedy.
Current Score:
1
Total Votes:
41
4
This buddy comedy finds Leno starring opposite Pat Morita (Mr. Miyagi!) as the mismatched Detroit answer to Morita's Japanese cop.
Current Score:
-2
Total Votes:
34
5
This well-received animated flick most assuredly benefited from Leno's voice turn as "Fire Hydrant."
Current Score:
-3
Total Votes:
35
6
Leno gets one of his first roles ("Mookie") in this must-see for audiophiles, a biopic that traces the career of radio DJ Alan Freed.
Current Score:
-7
Total Votes:
35
7
This comedy-thriller finds Leno playing the errant son of the mob boss with whom Michael Caine's criminal mastermind takes up to pull off a scam.
Current Score:
-16
Total Votes:
30
8
As one of the celebrity drive-bys in Eric Bana's well-received ode to his car, Leno makes a rare recent appearance on film.
Current Score:
-18
Total Votes:
30
9
Leno narrates this redubbed spoof of B-movie talent Robert Clarke's lo-fi 1959 monster movie, The Hideous Sun Demon.
Current Score:
-18
Total Votes:
30
10
In this mediocre comedy that stars John Ritter as the president, Leno stops by to engage in a prize fight against his mother.
Current Score:
-20
Total Votes:
28