Top 10 Leonardo DiCaprio Movies According to Critics

At this year’s Golden Globes, Leonardo DiCaprio has received his 13th nomination, the latest for his work as scientist Dr. Randall Mindy in the Netflix film. don’t look up,

Fans will get to see if he wins on Sunday, January 9. If he does, he’ll join a stacked trophy cabinet that already holds three globes—for The Aviator, The Wolf of Wall Street And Evil spirit.

Surprisingly, not one of these made his top 10 films list according to critics (as judged by his Rotten Tomatoes score).

Here are which of his movies, including classic DiCaprio ’90s movies: titanic more modern projects like Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood,

10 Best Leonardo DiCaprio Movies

Leonardo DiCaprio in “The Wolf of Wall Street”. The film earned the actor one of six Oscar nominations to date.
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10. The Wolf of Wall Street

Rotten Tomatoes Score: 79 percent

Although Evil spirit Won an Oscar, the film he had made before it, was dropped out of the top 10 by Martin Scorsese. The Wolf of Wall Street, He can’t fight a bear in this one, but he gives a committed physical performance as a morally questionable stockbroker.

9. Marvins Room

RT Score: 84 percent

In the 1996 Oscar-Batty film, DiCaprio continued his emotionally troubled teen roles as Hank, the son of Meryl Streep’s character, who was sent to a mental health facility after setting fire to his mother’s house. In the film, DiCaprio holds his own against acting stalwarts such as Streep, Diane Keaton, and Robert De Niro.

8. Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood

RT Score: 85 percent

Brad Pitt received praise (and an Oscar) for his role in Quentin Tarantino’s ’60s Hollywood drama, but it’s DiCaprio’s Rick Dalton who is at the center of the film. Although his performance has been boiled down to that meme alluding to the TV, there is more to it than that.

7. the Aviator

RT Score: 86 percent

Several actors have tried and failed to get a film about the Hollywood mogul and get Howard Hughes off the ground, with Nicolas Cage, Johnny Depp and Edward Norton among the actors who signed up for the projects. DiCaprio (and Scorsese) got the project in theaters, however, and DiCaprio received an Oscar nomination (though he lost to Jamie Foxx).

6. start

audience of start One can never agree on whether or not DiCaprio’s Cobb is still in a dream at the end of the film, but most agree that the mind-bending thriller is one of the actor’s purest entertainers.

5. Django Unchained

Most directors look to DiCaprio and a regular leading man, but Quentin Tarantino pushes the actor to be weird in his Blacksplitting-inspired western. Christoph Waltz received a supporting actor Oscar for the film, but DiCaprio’s horrifying racist Calvin Candy made an equally strong impression.

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Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet in ‘Titanic’. The film marks one of DiCaprio’s defining roles.
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4. titanic

James Cameron’s box-office dominating epic received 14 Oscar nominations (and won 11), but DiCaprio wasn’t among them—Kate Winslet received the only acting nod for the film. Despite this, for a certain generation, DiCaprio will always be King Jack of the world (who certainly could fit on that door in the end).

3. What’s Eating Gilbert Grape

This 1993 film marked the actor’s first major awards, including his first Oscar and Golden Globe (he lost to Tommy Lee Jones in both). fugitiveHis role as the handicapped younger brother of Johnny Depp’s character hasn’t aged well, but he received a lot of praise for it at the time.

2. dead man

Although the Oscar awarded Best Picture to this Scorsese crime drama in 2007, the Academy actually nominated a different DiCaprio performance that year, blood diamond, While that film is mostly forgotten, Scorsese’s remake of the Hong Kong film Infernal Affairs It is ranked in IMDb’s Top 50 Movies of All Time.

1. catch Me If You Can

There’s something about DiCaprio’s slippery movie star charisma that makes him a great thug, as proven by Steven Spielberg’s funny romp of a crime caper. catch Me If You Can came out in 2002, making it the exact point where the actor went from ’90s heartthrob to serious actor and perennial award contender.