20 Mar, 2023
By FactsWow Team
On March 19, Bruce Willis turns 68, and celebrating is the best way to have fun this birthday than by looking back at his best movies
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Throughout his career, Willis has played over one hundred movies, including Pulp Fiction, The Sixth Sense, and Moonrise Kingdom. The Best Comedy Actor or Musical Emmy and Golden Globe awards for Moonlighting in 1987
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The series has grossed $1.4 billion worldwide, with four sequels starring Bruce Willis, all of whom have been nominated for academy awards.
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This 1997 Luc Besson film featured the actor as a taxi driver in charge of the planet's survival.
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The 1994 sci-fi film, nominated for seven Oscars, won Best Original Screenplay and grossed over $213 million at the box office; it starred Willis alongside Uma Thurman, John Travolta, Samuel L. Jackson, Tim Roth, and Ving Rhames.
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Michael Bay's disaster flick, which became the highest-grossing movie of 1998, was the greatest of all time thanks to Willis' touching performance.
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Seeing Willis battle Joseph Gordon-Levitt's young version of Willis in Rian Johnson's 2012 sci-fi action thriller was loopy.
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This 1999 horror hit marked the first collaboration between Willis and M. Night Shyamalan, which delivered an iconic twist and became the year's second highest-grossing movie.
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Despite having a poor baseball career, Willis starred in this 2000 psychological thriller as a former football star whose strength was enhanced by surviving a train crash.
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Despite appearing alongside action stars such as Sylvester Stallone, Mickey Rourke, Jason Statham, Jet Li, and Dolph Lundgren in the franchise's first two films, Willis opted out of the third film.
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This 2012 coming-of-age dramedy starring Edward Norton, Frances McDormand, and Billy Murray marked Willis' most unique performance
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