This Stephen King adaptation is regarded as the best prison movie ever, aided by Robbins's chemistry with co-star Morgan Freeman.
Robbins won an Oscar for playing a supposed murderer in a working-class Boston neighborhood.
Forget the majors -- the real drama is in the minors, as this baseball flick starring Robbins as a hotshot pitcher proves.
Robbins brings his trademark intensity to the role of a Vietnam vet struggling with supernatural hallucinations brought on by drugs.
Starring Robbins as a potential terrorist neighbor to Jeff Bridges, Arlington Road keeps you guessing and scared throughout.
This festival darling helped launched the careers of Robbins and the Coen brothers with its oddball humor and great cast.
Robbins is incredibly creepy as a survivalist encountered by Tom Cruise in the blockbuster alien-invasion flick.
Robbins, Gary Sinise, and Don Cheadle go to space in Brian De Palma's unique version of the space-exploration flick.
Written and directed by and starring Robbins, this satirical take on a right-wing folk singer skewers the political system.
Robbins is part of a fine cast in this collection of stories about L.A. denizens, adapted from Raymond Carver by Robert Altman.