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Top 20 Best Brendan Fraser Movies To Watch In 2022

Brendan James Fraser is an American-Canadian actor. He played Rick O’Connell in The Mummy trilogy, and has played leading roles in numerous comedy and fantasy films, including Dudley Do-Right, Monkeybone, Journey to the Center of the Earth, Inkheart, and Furry Vengeance. Fraser rose to stardom in the 90’s while showcasing his comedic chops in films like George Of The Jungle, Airheads, and Encino Man. He also proved that he can take on dramatic roles after being cast in 1992’s School Ties. Working in Hollywood for nearly four decades, Brendan Fraser is an enigma. Love for Brendan Fraser has been taking over social media. Maybe it’s the nostalgia that so many have for his classic movies.

We have formed a list of must watch Brendan Fraser movies. They give the right amount of nostalgia and entertainment.

1. CRASH

YEAR: 2005

DIRECTOR: Paul Haggis

IMBD: 7.8

WHERE YOU CAN WATCH IT: Amazon prime

crash

The movie interweaves several connected stories about race, class, family and gender in Los Angeles in the aftermath of 9/11. Characters include a district attorney played by Brendan Fraser and his casually prejudiced wife played by Sandra Bullock, dating police detectives Graham (Don Cheadle) and Ria (Jennifer Esposito) as well as a victimized Middle Eastern store owner and a wealthy African-American couple Terrence Dashon Howard, Thandie Newton respectively, humiliated by a racist traffic cop played by Matt Dillon.

AWARDS: Academy Award for Best Picture,

Critics’ Choice Movie Award for Best Acting Ensemble

2. GODS AND MONSTERS

YEAR: 1998

DIRECTOR: Bill Cordon

IMBD: 7.4

WHERE YOU CAN WATCH IT: By renting or purchasing on Google Play, Vudu, Amazon Instant Video, and iTunes.

Gods monsters

Once a powerful Hollywood director, James Whale played by Ian McKellen is long since retired and in increasingly poor health. His stalwart housekeeper, Hanna (Lynn Redgrave), quietly disapproves of James’ faceless, nameless parade of young gay lovers, but when the director takes an interest in new gardener Clayton Boone, a former Marine and Korean War veteran, it seems to be for something more than his usual casual conquest.

AWARDS: Academy Award for Best Writing (Adapted Screenplay)

3. DOGFIGHT

YEAR: 1991

DIRECTOR: Nancy Savoca

IMBD: 7.4

WHERE YOU CAN WATCH IT: buy on Apple iTunes, Amazon Video, Google Play Movies, YouTube, Vudu

Dogfight

A young Marine named Eddie Birdlace is set to spend his last night in San Francisco with his military friends before they are deployed to Vietnam in 1963. That night, Eddie and his friends plan to attend a cruel bar event called a “dogfight,” which requires Marines to bring unattractive dates who will be judged for their ugliness. Eddie encounters a shy, frumpy girl named Rose whom he brings to the dogfight but finds himself falling for as the night goes on.

4. THE MUMMY

YEAR: 1999

DIRECTOR: Stephen Sommers

IMBD: 7.1

WHERE YOU CAN WATCH IT: Netflix

The mummy

The Mummy is a suspenseful and horrifying epic about an expedition of treasure-seeking explorers in the Sahara Desert in 1925. Stumbling upon an ancient tomb, the hunters unwittingly set loose a 3,000-year-old legacy of terror, which is embodied in the vengeful reincarnation of an Egyptian priest who had been sentenced to an eternity as one of the living dead.

5. THE QUIET AMERICAN

YEAR: 2002

DIRECTOR: Phillip Noyce

IMBD: 7

WHERE YOU CAN WATCH IT: Amazon Prime

The quite american

From the classic novel by Graham Greene comes a murder mystery centered on a love triangle set against the French Indochina War in Vietnam, circa 1952. It’s the story of a veteran English journalist (Michael Caine), a young American (Brendan Fraser), and a beautiful Vietnamese woman caught between them. This is a world where nothing is what it seems — suffused with opium, intrigue, and betrayal.

6. SCHOOL TIES

YEAR: 1992

DIRECTOR: Robert Mandel

IMBD: 6.9

WHERE YOU CAN WATCH IT: Hulu

School Ties

When David Greene player by Brendan Fraser, receives a football scholarship to a prestigious prep school in the 1950s, he feels pressure to hide the fact that he is Jewish from his classmates and teachers, fearing that they may be anti-Semitic. He quickly becomes the big man on campus thanks to his football skills, but when his Jewish background is discovered, his worst fears are realized and his friends (Matt Damon, Chris O’Donnell) turn on him with violent threats and public ridicule.

7. BLAST FROM THE PAST

YEAR: 1999

DIRECTOR: Hugh Wilson

IMBD: 6.7

WHERE YOU CAN WATCH IT: Prime Video

Blast from Past

Adam Webber (Brendan Fraser) has lived his entire life in confinement in a fallout shelter in Pasadena. When the Webber family’s rations of food and supplies grow thin, Adam’s eccentric father, Calvin, sends him on a dangerous restocking mission. When Adam emerges from the Webber family’s subterranean refuge for the first time, he finds that rumors of a nuclear apocalypse were totally false. He ends up meeting gorgeous Eve Rustikov that is played by Alicia Silverstone.

8. NOW AND THEN

YEAR: 1995

DIRECTOR: Lesli Linker Glatter

IMBD: 6.7

Now then

Four childhood friends gather together to prepare for the birth of Chrissey’s baby. They wonder how the girls they were at 12 years could possibly have become the women they are now.

9. WITH HONORS

YEAR: 1994

DIRECTOR: Alek Keshishian

IMBD: 6.7

WHERE YOU CAN WATCH IT: Netflix

With Honors

Academia meets street smarts when Monty Kessler (Brendan Fraser), who is a graduate student struggling to finish his program, loses his thesis and finds it in the hands of a homeless man named Simon Wilder (Joe Pesci). Though the two get off on the wrong foot, they become unlikely friends, with Simon teaching Monty some important life lessons. Although Monty’s roommates, including his buddy, Everett Calloway (Patrick Dempsey), initially disliked having Simon around, they grow to appreciate him, too.

10. STILL BREATHING

YEAR: 1997

DIRECTOR: James F. Robinson

IMBD: 6.5

WHERE YOU CAN WATCH IT: Prime Video/ Disney+/ HBO

Still breathing

A Texas street performer believes that his destined love is the disillusioned con woman he met in a Los Angeles bar.

11. THE MUMMY RETURNS

YEAR: 2001

DIRECTOR: Stephen Sommers

IMBD: 6.4

WHERE YOU CAN WATCH IT: Netflix

The mummy returns

The evil mummy Imhotep returns to wreak havoc as he resumes his relentless search for power and immortality. To make matters worse, another ancient evil has been unleashed, even more dangerous than Imhotep. Only the heroic Rick O’Connell (Brendan Fraser)  and his Egyptologist wife stand in the way of these twin terrors as they embark upon a desperate mission to save the world.

12. GIMME SHELTER

YEAR: 2013

DIRECTOR: Ronald Krauss

IMBD: 6.4

WHERE YOU CAN WATCH IT: Netflix

Gimme shelters

Pregnant teenager Apple runs from her abusive mother and attempts to find her father. After a horrific encounter with a pimp, Apple ends up in hospital and is sent to a shelter for pregnant teens that offers hope and redemption for its guests.

13. NO SUDDEN MOVE

YEAR: 2021

DIRECTOR: Steven Soderbergh

IMBD: 6.4

WHERE YOU CAN WATCH IT: Prime Video

No sudden move

In 1954 Detroit, small-time criminals are hired to steal a document. When their heist goes horribly wrong, their search for who hired them — and for what purpose – sends them wending through all echelons of the race-torn, rapidly changing city.

14. TWILIGHT OF THE GOLDS

YEAR: 1997

DIRECTOR: Ross Kagan Marks

IMBD: 6.4

WHERE YOU CAN WATCH IT: Amazon Video

The twilight of the gold

A woman discovers her unborn baby has a genetic predisposition to homosexuality, unwittingly exposing deep-seated prejudices within her family.

15. BEDAZZLED

YEAR: 2000

DIRECTOR: Harold Ramis

IMBD: 6.1

WHERE YOU CAN WATCH IT: Disney+

Bedazzled

Desperate to gain the affection of a beautiful co-worker, Elliot (Brendan Fraser) strikes a deal with the Devil (Elizabeth Hurley) — a drop dead gorgeous woman with a wicked sense of humor. In exchange for Elliot’s soul, she will grant him 7 wishes. But with each wish, he gets more than he asked for.

16. INKHEART

YEAR: 2008

DIRECTOR: Iain Softley

IMBD: 6.1

WHERE YOU CAN WATCH IT: Pay and watch on Youtube.

Inkheart

Mo (Brendan Fraser) and his daughter, Meggie, have the ability to bring storybook characters to life just by reading aloud. That gift backfires when he accidentally summons Capricorn, the evil villain of the novel “Inkheart.” Mo and Meggie must find a way to send him back to his literary realm, but the task will not be easy, for the malefactor likes his new world and will not leave it voluntarily.

17. THE LAST TIME

YEAR: 2006

DIRECTOR: Michael Caleo

IMBD: 6

WHERE YOU CAN WATCH IT: Disney+

The last time

Ted Riker (Michael Keaton), a hard-driving high-tech salesman, mentors the less experienced Jamie Bashant (Brendan Fraser) in the art of sealing the deal. Jamie is incompetent — but his fiancée, Belisa (Amber Valletta), is irresistible. Ted and Belisa begin an affair that becomes an obsession for Ted. His sales record and the company’s future go into free fall. It is only then that the master player learns that he himself has been masterfully played.

18. ENCHINO MAN

YEAR: 1992

DIRECTOR: Les May

IMBD: 5.8

WHERE YOU CAN WATCH IT: Prime Video

enchino man

California teen Dave Morgan is digging a pit for a pool in his backyard when he happens upon a caveman frozen in a block of ice. Aided by his goofy friend Stoney (Pauly Shore) and Dave transports their discovery to his garage, where the caveman thaws and is revived. When Dave and Stoney find the living and thoroughly bewildered caveman, they attempt to pass him off as a foreign exchange student named Link played by Brendan Fraser, resulting in many misadventures.

19. JOURNEY TO THE CENTRE OF EARTH

YEAR: 2008

DIRECTOR: Eric Brevig

IMBD: 5.8

WHERE YOU CAN WATCH IT: Prime Video

journey to the centre

During an expedition to Iceland, professor Trevor Anderson (Brendan Fraser), his nephew Sean (Josh Hutcherson) and their guide, get trapped in a cavern. As they follow their only escape route deeper and deeper below the Earth’s surface, they pass through strange places and encounter incredible creatures, including dinosaurs. But as volcanic activity around them increases, they realize they must find their way out — soon.

20. GEORGE OF THE JUNGLE

YEAR: 1997

DIRECTOR: Sam Weisman

IMBD: 5.5

WHERE YOU CAN WATCH IT: Disney+

george of the jungle

George played by Brendan Fraser has raised himself since since he was a baby in a plane crash which  stranded him in an African jungle. Now an adult, George has his first human contact in years when he rescues explorer Ursula Stanhope (Leslie Mann) from a lion. George and Ursula connect, and she leaves her fiancé, Lyle and takes George back to San Francisco. But when George learns that his gorilla buddy has been captured, he and Ursula return on a rescue mission.

Frequently Asked Question:-

1) What movies is Brendan Fraser going to be in?

Yes, clearly! To recap, here’s a list of just the feature film projects that are on Fraser’s upcoming calendar: Killers of the Flower Moon, The Whale, Brothers and now, Batgirl!

2) What is Brendan Fraser’s Biggest Movie?

Now, we’re ranking all Brendan Fraser movies by Tomato meter!

  • #8. School Ties (1992) 60% …
  • #7. Journey to the Center of the Earth (2008) 61% …
  • #6. The Mummy (1999) 61% #6. …
  • #5. Still Breathing (1997) 62% #5. …
  • #4. Crash (2004) 74% #4. …
  • #3. The Quiet American (2002) 87% #3. …
  • #2. No Sudden Move (2021) 92% #2. …
  • #1. Gods and Monsters (1998) 96% #1.

3) Is Brendan Fraser making a new movie?

This year, he will star in The Whale, a psychological thriller about an obese man who struggles with binge-eating and wants to reconnect with his teenage daughter after abandoning his family.

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