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Top 10 Robert Redford Movies of All Time

Robert Redford has been one of the most iconic actors in Hollywood over the past several decades. His many critically acclaimed roles and performances have earned him numerous awards and critical acclaim. His body of work is vast and varied, but we’ve compiled a list of his best movies that are sure to please. Here are the top ten Robert Redford movies of all time:

Robert Redford Movies

1. The Sting (1973)The Sting was an adventure-comedy classic released in 1973 starring Robert Redford as small-time con artist Johnny Hooker who teams up with mentor Henry Gondorff (Paul Newman) to take down mob boss Doyle Lonnegan (Robert Shaw). This movie was received with critical acclaim, earning many Academy Award nominations and winning several awards. It is still considered one of the greatest movies ever made and has maintained its popularity over the years.

2. All the President’s Men (1976) All The President’s Men is a political thriller based on Washington Post reporters Bob Woodward (Robert Redford), and Carl Bernstein’s uncovering of the Watergate scandal in 1972 eventually led to Richard Nixon’s resignation from office. This film earned many Oscar nominations and won several awards, including Best Adapted Screenplay. It is still held up as a classic in cinema today.

3. Out of Africa (1985) Out of Africa stars Redford as hunter and adventurer Denys Finch Hatton opposite Meryl Streep as Karen Blixen. It is based on the autobiographical novel by Danish author Karen Blixen and chronicles her experience running a coffee plantation in Kenya during the early 20th century. The movie was an instant critical success, earning many Oscar nominations and winning several awards, including Best Picture and Best Director for Sydney Pollack.

4. The Natural (1984) The Natural is a baseball drama starring Redford as Roy Hobbs, an aging ballplayer determined to make it back into the big leagues despite his age and personal struggles. The movie was a critical success, earning several Oscar nominations and winning one award for best cinematography. It remains a beloved classic in the sports film genre today.

5. Jeremiah Johnson (1972) Jeremiah Johnson is a Western drama featuring Robert Redford as the titular character who moves to the mountains of Utah to live off the land as a mountain man. Despite low box office returns, it was received with critical acclaim and has been praised for its realism and natural beauty.

6. The Way We Were (1973) The Way We Were is a romantic drama starring Redford as Hubbell Gardiner opposite Barbra Streisand’s Katie Morosky. The film chronicled their tumultuous love affair from the 1950s to the 1970s and earned several Oscar nominations, including Best Actress for Streisand. It remains an enduring classic in the romance genre today.

7. Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (1969) Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid is an adventure-comedy classic starring Redford as outlaw Robert LeRoy Parker, better known as “Butch Cassidy” and Paul Newman as his partner in crime, the “Sundance Kid.” The movie was a critical success, earning several Oscar nominations and winning many awards, including Best Original Screenplay. It remains one of Redford’s most iconic roles.

8. Sneakers (1992) Sneakers is a comedic crime thriller featuring Redford as Martin Bishop, the leader of a group of security experts hired to steal a revolutionary encryption device. The movie won two awards and was well-received by critics and audiences alike. It has achieved cult classic status in the years since its release.

9. Barefoot in the Park (1967) Barefoot in the Park is a romantic comedy starring Robert Redford as Paul Bratter, an uptight lawyer opposite Jane Fonda’s Corrie Bratter as his free-spirited wife. This film earned several Oscar nominations, including Best Actress for Fonda, and remains one of Redford’s most beloved films.

10. The Horse Whisperer (1998) The Horse Whisperer is a drama starring Robert Redford as Tom Booker, a horse whisperer who helps a teenage girl and her traumatized horse recover from an accident. This film was a box office success and received several Oscar nominations for its cinematography and score.

Robert Redford has had an illustrious career in Hollywood spanning more than five decades, and he has starred in some of the most iconic films of all time. From classic Westerns to romantic comedies, Redford has done it all, and his movies remain beloved classics today.

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