What better moment to rank Jeff Goldblum’s top movies than with the approaching release of the new Jurassic Park film, Jurassic World Dominion, and the recent publication of the latest teaser for the picture, which shows the return of the original three actors to the franchise.
Jeff Goldblum has had a really legendary career in Hollywood, starring in some of the most well-known films of all time.
10) Invasion of the Body Snatchers
Invasion Of The Body Snatchers is a famous sci-fi horror film about extraterrestrial pods arriving on Earth and repurposing human bodies into heartless automatons.
This is one of the oldest films on the list, and it features Jeff Goldblum in one of his first leading roles. Along with Goldblum, the film also stars Donald Sutherland, Brooke Adams, and Leonard Nimoy.
Despite being one of Goldblum’s lowest-rated films, it is a horror classic and features one of the actor’s most memorable performances. Goldblum is a fan favorite in any sci-fi or horror film.
9) The Player
The Player is a famous comedy-drama about the film industry directed by Robert Altman, in which a studio executive receives death threats from the writer of a story he rejected, but he can’t figure out whose one it was.
Tim Robbins, Whoopi Goldberg, and Vincent D’Onofrio star in the picture, which also has celebrity cameos from a slew of well-known performers, including Jeff Goldblum.
This isn’t the only time Robert Altman and Jeff Goldblum have worked together, as fans adore seeing the actor in the iconic filmmaker’s films. The Player is a famous parody of the movie industry by a well-known director.
8) The Fly
David Cronenberg’s sci-fi horror classic The Fly is about a scientist who slowly starts to morph and turn into something else as he becomes fascinated with his most recent unsuccessful experiment.
Cronenberg is known for his unnerving and future ideas, but this is one of the strangers and more horror-focused films on the list.
Fans adored Goldblum and Geena Davis’ performances and chemistry in the terrible film, and it helped launch his career. One of the best horror films with social commentary, according to fans.
Nashville is a comedy-drama about a group of individuals and stories that are all connected as they prepare for a political convention over the course of a few days.
This is Jeff Goldblum’s second collaboration with famed filmmaker Robert Altman. Despite the fact that Nashville was released over 15 years before.
The Player and was shot at the beginning of Goldblum’s career, both roles are minor parts in bigger ensemble casts, as Robert Altman is known for working with enormous all-star ensembles. Keith Carradine, David Arkin, Shelley Duvall, and Karen Black star in Nashville.
6) The Right Stuff
The Right Stuff is a biographical adventure film about the genesis of the United States’ space program and the real-life Mercury 7 astronauts who risked their lives to break the sound barrier.
Dennis Quaid, Ed Harris, Sam Shepard, and Scott Glenn feature in the film. It’s one of a handful of films on the list that went on to become classics and in which Jeff Goldblum played a minor supporting part early in his career.
As a recruiter tasked with identifying the best pilots for the new program, Goldblum provides brief humorous relief.
5) Isle Of Dogs
The Isle of Dogs is a Japanese stop motion animated adventure comedy about a boy’s remarkable journey to find his lost dog. The picture marks Jeff Goldblum’s third and most current collaboration with writer/director Wes Anderson.
Along with Goldblum and Bryan Cranston, it has an all-star cast, including frequent Anderson collaborators Edward Norton, Bill Murray, and Frances McDormand.
4) Thor: Ragnarok
Thor: Ragnarok is the next installment in Marvel’s Thor saga, directed by Taika Waititi. Thor: Ragnarok is an action-adventure comedy about Thor racing against time to prevent his world from being destroyed by his vicious and powerful sister, Hela.
Fans praised Jeff Goldblum’s portrayal as Grandmaster and general entrée into the Marvel universe, despite his small appearance in the picture.
This is widely regarded as one of the best Thor flicks in the franchise, as well as one of the funniest in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Chris Hemsworth, Tom Hiddleston, and Cate Blanchett feature in Thor: Ragnarok.
3) Annie Hall
Annie Hall is a renowned romantic comedy written and directed by controversial writer-director Woody Allen about a divorced comedian musing on the end of his romance with Annie Hall and how it ended, similar to his past marriages.
Woody Allen, Diane Keaton, and Tony Roberts lead in the picture, which also has smaller roles from some big-name actors in their early careers, such as Jeff Goldblum as a party guest, Shelley Duvall, and Christopher Walken.
This is a one-of-a-kind picture because it’s the only romantic comedy in Jeff Goldblum’s top ten. While it isn’t the actor’s only romance film, it isn’t one he returns to frequently.
2) The Grand Budapest Hotel
The Grand Budapest Hotel is an adventure comedy about a young man’s early years as a lobby boy in the fantastic hotel early years under the guidance of an exceptional concierge. Wes Anderson’s second collaboration with Jeff Goldblum.
Many of Wes Anderson’s fans and critics consider The Grand Budapest Hotel to be one of his best films and a masterpiece, praising the extraordinarily colorful and rich backgrounds and settings, as well as the intricate characters.
Ralph Fiennes, Adrien Brody, Willem Dafoe, and Bill Murray are among the film’s stellar cast members.
1) Jurassic Park
Jurassic Park is a classic action/adventure science fiction film about a paleontologist tasked with protecting two children on an island off the coast of Central America after a power outage allows the island’s cloned dinosaurs to run amok.
Steven Spielberg directed and produced the film, and its success spawned a complete franchise. It’s undoubtedly one of Goldblum’s best films and one for which he is most recognized due to its several famous scenes.
Sam Neil, Laura Dern, and Sir Richard Attenborough co-starred in Jurassic Park, and fans are excited to see Goldblum, Dern, and Neil reprise their roles in the impending sequel.