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5 Of The Best Bruce Willis Movies You Should Watch

You name it: foulmouthed cop, hero, troubled psychologist, future traveler, Bruce Willis has done it. Here are 5 of the best Bruce Willis movies you should see at least once in your lifetime:

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5. The Sixth Sense

Cast as Dr. Malcolm Crowe in one of the best horror films of all time, the movie follows a boy who seemingly can communicate with dead spirits who didn’t realize they have already passed on, helped by an equally troubled child psychologist who has lost faith in everything. Sixth Sense proved its caliber by being the second highest grossing movie in 1999.

4. Pulp Fiction

Who could forget Quentin Tarantino’s masterpiece, Pulp Fiction and its memorable cast of characters? This movie singlehandedly revived Bruce Willis’ love for acting and lent a platform from which Bruce could produce some of his best performances ever.

3. The Fifth Element

Bruce is the cool hero in this classic movie about a taxi driver living in the future 23rd century NY. He’s the unwilling cabbie who gets a quest thrown in his lap, which started when a female alien artifact settles on his ride after a harrowing escape from the authorities. He shines in on this tough hero stuff, instantly turning this tongue-in-cheek film into one that has acquired a lot of cult following.

2. 12 Monkeys

Bruce Willis is every bit as qualified to be the leading man in many movies, 12 Monkeys among them. The 1995 flick follows Bruce as James Cole, a convict sent back in time to possibly avert a virus outbreak which killed billions of people and left the surface unlivable.

1. Die Hard

The movie that cemented Bruce’s reputation to be a bad-ass cop who’ll stop at nothing to beat the bad guys, Die Hard spawned numerous sequels in many different scenarios. John McClane is a one-man wrecking crew against groups of terrorists, proving time and yet again that the bad guys won’t win in the end. When you think Die Hard, you instantly think Bruce Willis’ best action performance to date.