Ah, Brad Pitt. While some ladies have loved him since they first laid eyes on him, I was not one of them. Thelma & Louise never made me gaga, and his relationship with Juliette Lewis creeped me out. Then the little bugger started to grow on me. There was A River Runs Through It, True Romance, and then Interview with the Vampire. I begrudgingly gave up my dislike, but it wasn't until Fight Club that I ever thought: "Ohhh, Brad!" It's just something about those pelvic muscles. Anyhow, Moviefone has just put up a list of what they consider to be his best and worst movies, and if you're a fan of all things Pitt, you might want to check it out.

Of course, the best includes cult classics like 12 Monkeys, as well as his most recent -- The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford. It's funny how that movie is getting tons of raves, yet had one heck of a time getting released. On the worst side of things, well, I'm there with them for the most part, although I have a particular fondness for Meet Joe Black. Perhaps it stems from my love of Death Takes a Holiday, or from that irresistible car accident scene that has him flopping around like a mannequin. Whatever the case, it's far from great, but still off my worst list. Check out Moviefone for the full list and then let us know -- there's the good, the bad, but what are the ugly? Are there any that made you cringe so much you can't believe his career survived? And did they miss the boat with any of the good or bad?

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