Top 10 Iconic Cameron Diaz Movie Roles You Can't Forget

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Cameron's first movie

Contrary to popular belief, Cameron Diaz debuted in 1994's The Mask, starring Jim Carrey. The following year, the country saw the stunning model for the first time in action as an actor, and they were captivated.

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Cameron's movie journey

Even though Slackers, her lowest-rated film, has a meager 10% rating and her most recent releases have all received horrible reviews dating back to 2007, Cameron Diaz's filmography does contain some true classics.

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Being John Malkovich

John Malkovich merits its 93% rating and #1 spot on our list of Cameron Diaz's ten finest movies since those 'in the know' recognize it as one of the best 1990s films.

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Shrek 2

What's more entertaining than Shrek? Yes, the sequel, Shrek 2! Even though everyone loved Shrek when it was released in 2001, it is widely accepted that Shrek 2 is the superior film of the two.

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To be a cinephile, you must see Andrew Adamson and Vicky Jenson's Shrek (2001). Shrek, starring Mike Myers as Shrek, is a comedy that parodies fairytales and tells the narrative of an ogre named Shrek.

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There's Something About Mary

The comedy directed by the Farrelly Brothers, Peter and Bobby Farrelly, There's Something About Mary, is entertaining. This 1998 picture office hit stars Cameron Diaz as Mary Jensen, a lady so attractive that many men try to seduce her while they face progressively bizarre and insane comedy scenarios.

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The Mask

There is no question that Cameron Diaz considers The Mask to be one of the ten best movies that she has starred in. The Mask is a superhero comedy since it is (vaguely) based on the comic book of the same name published by Dark Horse Comics. The comic book was called 'The Mask.'

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In Her Shoes

The 2005 drama In Her Shoes was adapted from Jennifer Weiner's book of the same name. An adapted script by Susannah Grant, director-producer Curtis Hanson, and co-producers Ridley Scott and Tony Scott makes this Cameron Diaz film one of her best.

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Things You Can Tell Just by Looking at Her

Few are familiar with Rodrigo García's 2000 film, Things You Can Tell Just by Looking at Her. This film features Cameron Diaz, Glenn Close, Calista Flockhart, Amy Brenneman, and Holly Hunter. Her role earned Holly Hunter an Emmy nod for Best Supporting Actress, but that was it.

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Gangs of New York

Gangs of New York is one of the best historical stories of all time. It was directed by Martin Scorsese and produced by Alberto Grimaldi and Harvey Weinstein, known abusers.

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My Best Friend's Wedding

When considering the film My Best Friend's Wedding from 1997, a popular romantic comedy of the 1990s in the United States, Julia Roberts is often associated with her leading role as Julianne Potter, a food critic who develops romantic feelings for her best friend, Michael (portrayed by Dermot Mulroney), despite his engagement to Kimmy Wallace (played by Cameron Diaz).

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Charlie's Angels

The new Charlie's Angels, helmed by Elizabeth Banks and starring Kristen Stewart, Naomi Scott, and Ella Balinska, was released earlier this year and is a critical and commercial success. However, Cameron Diaz does not appear in the film.

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