The best (and worst) Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson movies (2023)

Sofia Voss

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Closest to the Hole Productions

1980s Hollywood was overflowing with action stars, withBruce Willis, Mel Gibson, Kurt Russell, and Sly Stallone all household names. But then the action star well ran dry, and Hollywood set about finding anew, charismatic leading man who also looked like he could tear a phonebook in half.

Right around that moment, a handsome ex-football playerwas discovered dominating the world of professional wrestling. Hollywood saw him and fell in love.

Since his first leading role in 2002's "The Scorpion King," Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson has starred in cartoons, comedies, cop movies, and oh-so-many action flicks. For a while, he was pigeonholed as an unlovable tough guy. But it soon became clear that his charisma made him impossible to root against: He was too lovable to be gritty. He then began to play against type, delivering some truly hilarious performances.

Over the course of two decades, starting with "The Mummy Returns," Johnson has appeared in at lest 58 films. In the 2010s, he became Hollywood's most bankable star (and highest-paid actor). Stacker compiled the definitive rankings of The Rock's films, using an index of IMDb ratings and theRotten Tomatoes Tomatometer. Data is current as of Nov. 8, 2022.

When he was still in a Speedo and knee pads, The Rock would check if the riotous crowd was with him by raising an eyebrow and asking, "Do you smell what the Rock is cooking?" Nowadays, with near-universal approval, he needs only look at the box office returns.

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#40. Jem and the Holograms (2015)

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Allspark Pictures

- Stacker score: 31.5
-IMDb rating: 4.1
-Tomatometer: 22

Based on the 1980s cartoon of the same name, "Jem and the Holograms" tells the story of a teenage girl (Aubrey Peeples) whose song goes viral on YouTube, launching her and her siblings to superstardom.

The film was partially backed by Blumhouse (the ultra-successful horror production company behind "Get Out"), but was still a total flop. The Rock Johnson stretched his thespian muscles, appearing as a character named Dwayne Johnson.

#39. Tooth Fairy (2010)

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Twentieth Century Fox

- Stacker score: 33.5
- IMDb rating: 5
- Tomatometer: 17

In "Tooth Fairy," Johnson plays a minor league hockey player nicknamed "The Tooth Fairy" due to his penchant for knocking out teeth. When he steals a dollar from under his girlfriend's (Ashley Judd) kid's pillow, he is given a supernatural summons to spend some time being the Tooth Fairy. This film feels much like "The Santa Clause" without the absolute strangeness and terrible sets.

The goal here was to use Johnson like films used to use Hulk Hogan—as a big, scary guy wearing a tutu—but The Rock has none of Hulk's hateful underbelly, which makes the charm too obvious to be interesting.

#38. Doom (2005)

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John Wells Productions

- Stacker score: 35
- IMDb rating: 5.2
- Tomatometer: 18

Based on one of the most popular video games ever made, director Andrzej Bartkowiak's "Doom" follows a band of futuristic space marines fighting off a horde of creatures that have infested a research colony on Mars.

While the video game, first released in 1993, changed the first-person shooter landscape and has delivered genuine jump scares to players for decades, the film was a box office bust and was soon forgotten. Its first mistake was making Dwayne Johnson wear a uniform with sleeves.

#37. Baywatch (2017)

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Paramount Pictures

- Stacker score: 36
- IMDb rating: 5.5
- Tomatometer: 17

In the feature film in the franchise since 2003's "Baywatch: Hawaiian Wedding," this winking remake of the TV show stars Dwayne Johnson, Zac Efron, Priyanka Chopra, and Alexandra Daddario as the red-suited beauties lifeguarding at Emerald Bay.

In trailers, this film looked like it had a chance to recapture the reboot genius of "21 Jump Street," but it fell short. The film ditched the campy charm of the original, which meant it had to deliver on genuine sidesplitting comedy. While Johnson and Efron are both hilarious, they are best when paired with a straight-up comedic actor.

#36. Planet 51 (2009)

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Ilion Animation Studios

- Stacker score: 41.5
- IMDb rating: 6
- Tomatometer: 23

The premise for the animated movie "Planet 51" had potential: an astronaut (Dwayne Johnson) lands on a planet where little green men are living an idyllic 1950s suburban life that becomes disturbed by this strange human invader. While the plot could have been taken to interesting, allegorical places, viewers were instead treated to a planet's worth of jokes that just don't land.

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#35. Empire State (2013)

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Grindstone Entertainment Group

- Stacker score: 42.5
- IMDb rating: 5.2
- Tomatometer: 33

"Empire State" stars Liam Hemsworth and Michael Angarano as best friends trying to rob an armored car. But unfortunately for them, they were unaware that the NYPD employed a detective strong enough to bend steel, fast enough to catch a jackrabbit, and charming enough to sip tea with their grandmothers.

#34. G.I. Joe: Retaliation (2013)

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Paramount Pictures

- Stacker score: 42.5
- IMDb rating: 5.7
- Tomatometer: 28

In the follow-up to 2009's "G.I Joe: The Rise of Cobra," the titular G.I. Joes must fight Cobra and their own government. In this fun but empty action sequel, Johnson was brought on to play Roadblock and stars alongside Bruce Willis and Channing Tatum.

#33. Be Cool (2005)

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Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)

- Stacker score: 43
- IMDb rating: 5.6
- Tomatometer: 30

The sequel to "Get Shorty," "Be Cool" picks up the story of gangster-turned-Hollywood-producer Chili Palmer (John Travolta) as he attempts to move into the music industry.

While both films are based on novels by Elmore Leonard, the sequel is much less propulsive than the 1995 original. Still, this movie showed everyone how funny The Rock could be, as he steals every scene he's in as a bodyguard who wants to be a star.

#32. Walking Tall (2004)

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Bing Crosby Productions

- Stacker score: 44
- IMDb rating: 6.2
- Tomatometer: 26

A remake of the 1973 cult classic of the same name, "Walking Tall" tells the story of a retired special forces war veteran (Dwayne Johnson) who returns to his hometown looking for work only to find it overrun with gangsters and drugs. After getting elected sheriff, he works with his old friend (Johnny Knoxville) to fight the town into submission. While the film flirts with the goofy vibes of "Roadhouse," Johnson is too good of an actor for it to become campy. So instead, it's just gruesome fight scenes, some light moments, and far too much Johnny Knoxville.

#31. The Game Plan (2007)

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Walt Disney Pictures

- Stacker score: 45
- IMDb rating: 6.1
- Tomatometer: 29

This is another entry in the series of The Rock playing parts that used to go to Hulk Hogan. This time, Johnson plays a star quarterback and playboy who discovers he has a 7-year-old daughter right as he's at the peak of his career. Because Dwayne Johnson is one of the most charming humans on the planet, we never doubt that he will do whatever he has to to make his little ballerina feel important and loved.

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#30. Southland Tales (2006)

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Universal Pictures

- Stacker score: 47
- IMDb rating: 5.3
- Tomatometer: 41

The follow-up to director Richard Kelly's cult hit "Donnie Darko," "Southland Tales" tells the story of a three-day heatwave around the Fourth of July in near-future, near-disaster-stricken Los Angeles. This movie is earnest in its attempts to be great, making the 2.5-hour run time extra painful. Sean

William Scott is a cop trying to bust open a conspiracy, while Johnson plays an action star struggling with amnesia.

#29. The Scorpion King (2002)

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Universal Pictures

- Stacker score: 48
- IMDb rating: 5.5
- Tomatometer: 41

In his first leading role, The Rock pulled off a move that became a signature: He snatched a franchise right from under a leading man's nose. This time, Johnson showed up as a villain in "The Mummy Returns" who later earned his own prequel, which explains that his character isn't really that bad at all. What other actor could have pulled that off?

#28. Red Notice (2021)

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- Stacker score: 49.5
- IMDb rating: 6.3
- Tomatometer: 36

Written and directed by Rawson Marshall Thurber, who was also behind "Central Intelligence" (2016) and "Skyscraper" (2018), this Netflix film sees The Rock star side-by-side with Gal Gadot and internet darling Ryan Reynolds in an "Ocean's Eleven"-esque heist comedy.

FBI agent John Hartley (Johnson) must team up with international art thief Nolan Booth (Reynolds) when the duo is blamed for the theft of an artifact that was actually taken by master thief "The Bishop" (Gadot). "Red Notice" sits alongside "The Gray Man" (2022) as the two most expensive films Netflix has ever made, with a whopping budget of $200 million each. Despite its ample resources, the film wascritically panned.

#27. Race to Witch Mountain (2009)

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Walt Disney Pictures

- Stacker score: 49.5
- IMDb rating: 5.7
- Tomatometer: 42

This 2009 Disney film was a remake of a 1975 Disney film "Escape to Witch Mountain," which was in turn based on a 1968 book of the same name. Nothing about the story of two supernatural teenagers who must save the world by racing to Witch Mountain in the desert outside Las Vegas is especially compelling. But as usual, Johnson is absolutely charming. He may have loftier goals, but he is pitch-perfect as an adult in a kids' movie.

#26. Journey 2: The Mysterious Island (2012)

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New Line Cinema

- Stacker score: 51
- IMDb rating: 5.7
- Tomatometer: 45

Many credit "2 Fast 2 Furious" with the most outlandish use of the number two in a sequel's title. But the use of the number in "Journey 2: The Mysterious Island" might just take the cake.

Following 2008's "Journey to the Center of the Earth," which stars Brendan Fraser, "Journey 2" follows Sean (Josh Hutcherson) and his stepdad (The Rock) on another Jules Verne-penned adventure. The first film made $244.2 million, while the sequel made $335.3 million.

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#25. Skyscraper (2018)

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Legendary Entertainment

- Stacker score: 53
- IMDb rating: 5.8
- Tomatometer: 48

"Skyscraper" marks the second of Johnson's collaborations with writer/director Rawson Marshall Thurber.

The film follows Johnson as Will Sawyer, a war veteran and amputee who is brought in to ensure security is up-to-standard at the (fictional) world's tallest skyscraper in Hong Kong. Spoiler warning: it's not. The Rock delivers an intense and emotional performance as Sawyer, whose main motivation is to rescue his wife and two children from the tower. Unfortunately, the film bears a little too much resemblance to "Die Hard" (1988) and "The Towering Inferno" (1974) and failed to bring in audiences. "Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation" trounced the movie in opening weekend box office income.

#24. Faster (2010)

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CBS Films

- Stacker score: 53
- IMDb rating: 6.4
- Tomatometer: 42

In "Faster," a recently paroled Driver (Johnson) goes on a killing spree, making a list of all the people who have wronged him and murdering them one-by-one. While he is on his rampage, he is investigated by Cicero (Carla Gugino), Cop (Billy Bob Thornton), and a contract killer referred to as Killer (Oliver Jackson-Cohen). Driver is hell-bent on avenging his brother's death, so audiences root for him. Once again, Johnson is betrayed by his own charm.

#23. San Andreas (2015)

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Village Roadshow Pictures

- Stacker score: 54.5
- IMDb rating: 6.1
- Tomatometer: 48

Power couple Dwayne Johnson and Carla Gugino reunite in this earthquake thriller, this time as a divorced couple trying to survive as the Big One hits. The Rock plays a rescue helicopter pilot who must work with Gugino to save their daughter (Alexandra Daddario) from the wreckage in San Francisco. Daddario plays Johnson's daughter in this film and his co-worker just two years later in "Baywatch."

#22. Black Adam (2022)

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Warner Bros

- Stacker score: 55.5
- IMDb rating: 7.1
-Tomatometer: 40

The Rock has spent the past decade or so reforming his image from macho villain to golden-hearted hero — which makes his 2022 return to villainy in "Black Adam" a significant pivot. Seriously, he racks up quite the kill count (at minimum 150people) as the titular character, a former enslaved person with superpowers from the DC equivalent of Ancient Egypt attempting to free his homeland from occupiers.

This film is ethically ambiguous due to Johnson's casting as a Middle Eastern character despite him being Samoan/Nova Scotian.

#21. The Mummy Returns (2001)

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Universal Pictures

- Stacker score: 55.5
- IMDb rating: 6.4
- Tomatometer: 47

"The Mummy Returns," the sequel to the 1999 Brendan Fraser megahit, struck gold at the box office, with both films in the franchise eclipsing $400 million. Dwayne Johnson joined the sequel as the Scorpion King, an ancient warrior who leads the most ferocious of undead armies. The Rock got his own spinoff, "The Scorpion King," before this film was even released.

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#20. Rampage (2018)

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New Line Cinema

- Stacker score: 56
- IMDb rating: 6.1
- Tomatometer: 51

"Rampage" follows Johnson as a former soldier and primatologist who teams up with a giant albino monkey to fight off two other mutated animals (a wolf and a crocodile) and save Chicago. If that plot sounds a bit like a fever dream — you're not far off. The film's inspiration is the popular video game series "Rampage" made by Midway Games which Warner Brothers acquired in 2009.

#19. Gridiron Gang (2006)

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Columbia Pictures Industries

- Stacker score: 56
- IMDb rating: 7
- Tomatometer: 42

This film, based on a 1993 documentary of the same name, tells the story of a football team that was started at a juvenile detention center to give troubled kids a sense of belonging. "Gridiron Gang" manages to tell an inspiring story about a depressing topic, and Johnson is great as a hard-nosed coach who wants the best for his kids.

#18. Pain & Gain (2013)

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Paramount Pictures

- Stacker score: 57
- IMDb rating: 6.4
- Tomatometer: 50

"Pain & Gain" is so close to good that it's sometimes painful to watch.

Michael Bay, king of the over-the-top action film, tries his hand at satire in this true story of three bodybuilders (Johnson, Mark Wahlberg, and Anthony Mackie) who get caught up in a criminal world they can't entirely navigate. Although satire doesn't quite fit Bay's style, this is probably The Rock's best acting performance, as he is hilarious and tragic throughout.

#17. Get Smart (2008)

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Warner Bros

- Stacker score: 58
- IMDb rating: 6.5
- Tomatometer: 51

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Based on the 1960s TV classic co-created by Mel Brooks, "Get Smart" follows Steve Carell as the anti-007: a bumbling, awkward, overly-eager secret agent who must team up with a talented, beautiful spy (Anne Hathaway) to stop a Russian terrorist threat.

Carell is as charming as ever, and Johnson is great as Agent 23, but this movie never reaches its full potential. With talent like Johnson, Carell, Hathaway, Bill Murray, Alan Arkin, and Terry Crews, this movie could have been a classic. But, have no fear, it still made $230.7 million at the box office because The Rock gets butts in seats every single time.

#16. Hercules (2014)

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Paramount Pictures

- Stacker score: 59
- IMDb rating: 6
- Tomatometer: 58

Directed by Brett Ratner, this film seemed like a slam dunk. People were hungry for mythological epics, and casting The Rock as Hercules was a no-brainer. But with its somber, over-the-top tone, not even Dwayne Johnson can't save this movie from itself. Then again, attempting to improve upon the 1997 animated Disney classic was always an act of hubris.

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#15. Snitch (2013)

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Exclusive Media Group

- Stacker score: 60.5
- IMDb rating: 6.4
- Tomatometer: 57

With his teenage son facing a 10-year-minimum drug sentence for a crime he didn't commit, Johnson makes a deal with the DA to infiltrate a cartel to get his son off the hook. 2013's "Snitch" pivots on what The Rock does best. Rather than having him play a delightful, badass dad with a heart of gold, the movie casts him as a hardcore, badass dad with a heart of gold. The change leads to one of his best performances yet.

#14. Jungle Cruise (2021)

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Davis Entertainment

- Stacker score: 64.5
- IMDb rating: 6.6
- Tomatometer: 63

"Jungle Cruise" joins the ranks of "The Haunted Mansion" and the "Pirates of the Caribbean" series as a film based on a pre-existing ride at a Disney theme park. The 2021 film has been in development since 2004 following the success of the first "Pirates" film.

While the action-adventure caper delivers on its promise of being a family-friendly summer blockbuster, Johnson is hardly given a chance to flex his acting muscles as his character is trapped in the Disney Good Guy stereotype and lacks the nuance and depth that helps his best performances shine.

#13. Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw (2019)

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Chris Morgan Productions

- Stacker score: 66.5
- IMDb rating: 6.5
- Tomatometer: 68

An offshoot of the "Fast and Furious" cinematic universe, "Hobbs & Shaw" puts Dwayne Johnson and Jason Statham front and center as unlikely allies squaring off against a biological terrorist played by Idris Elba. This film pays homage to The Rock's Samoan heritage, as his character Hobbs returns to Samoa to reunite with his family, who team up with our heroes to take on Elba's villainous forces in a wonderful showing of Polynesian representation.

#12. The Fate of the Furious (2017)

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Universal Pictures

- Stacker score: 66.5
- IMDb rating: 6.6
- Tomatometer: 67

The eighth "The Fast and the Furious" film starts with Dom Toretto (Vin Diesel) finally settling down with his wife, Letty (Michelle Rodriguez). Then, somehow, the nefarious terrorist Cipher (Charlize Theron) manages to get Dom to work for her.

Luke Hobbs (Johnson) ends up being sent to jail in this installment, ultimately breaking out and teaming up with former bad guy Deckard Shaw (Jason Statham) to help stop Dom and Cipher from causing too much trouble. The eighth film in a franchise has no business being this good.

#11. Central Intelligence (2016)

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New Line Cinema

- Stacker score: 67
- IMDb rating: 6.3
- Tomatometer: 71

Teaming Johnson with Kevin Hart should break some moviemaking rule, as the two have a combined super-luminescent charm that makes all other films seem like they were shot in black and white.

In "Central Intelligence," Johnson plays a rogue CIA agent who enlists a mild-mannered accountant (Hart) to help him survive a maelstrom of international spy-related intrigue. While the script for "Central Intelligence" is not quite as expertly woven as the best spy thrillers, the movie is funny throughout, and Hart and Johnson's chemistry is kinetic.

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#10. The Rundown (2003)

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Columbia Pictures Corporation

- Stacker score: 67.5
- IMDb rating: 6.6
- Tomatometer: 69

In "The Rundown," Dwayne Johnson plays a "retrieval specialist" who works for a mobster but really wants to retire and open a restaurant. Before he can follow his dreams, he's got to do one final job: go to the Amazon and retrieve the mobster's screwup son, played by Sean William Scott.

Johnson's character winds up having his curiosity piqued by the son's pursuit of a mythical artifact worth millions. Johnson and Scott are hilarious together, and the fun and fast-paced direction by Peter Berg really works.

#9. Jumanji: The Next Level (2019)

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Columbia Pictures

- Stacker score: 69
- IMDb rating: 6.7
- Tomatometer: 71

Much like "Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle" added a modern twist to the original "Jumanji" film, "Jumanji: The Next Level" successfully adds more comedic characters to the already impressive roster of its predecessor. Dwayne Johnson reunites with the original cast of Kevin Hart, Jack Black, and Karen Gillan. But this time, the four are joined by Danny Devito, Danny Glover, and Awkwafina for their in-game adventure. The franchise isn't over, either.

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#8. Fast & Furious 6 (2013)

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Universal Pictures

- Stacker score: 70
- IMDb rating: 7
- Tomatometer: 70

The Rock reprises his role as DSS agent Luke Hobbs who, in this "Fast and Furious" installment, attempts to take down Owen Shaw (Luke Evans) with the help of Dom Toretto (Vin Diesel) and his merry band of fugitive drivers.

This film strikes the perfect balance of giving The Rock screen time while focusing on the original crew and the characters audiences love. New York Times critic Neil Genzlinger calls him "a welcome sight, where other actors might by this point be overexposed."

#7. The Other Guys (2010)

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Columbia Pictures

- Stacker score: 72
- IMDb rating: 6.6
- Tomatometer: 78

In "The Other Guys," Detective Gamble (Will Ferrell) and Detective Hoitz (Mark Wahlberg) are two doofus cops trying to prove themselves. Gamble is nervous and prefers desk work, while Hoitz is in the doghouse for an unfortunate encounter with baseball star Derek Jeter.

Naturally, the pair must work together to save the day. If Ferrell and Wahlberg are the other guys, then detectives Danson and Highsmith (played by Johnson and Samuel L. Jackson) are the guys. Johnson and Jackson are great as the slick and successful detectives that Ferrell and Wahlberg can only dream of being.

#6. Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle (2017)

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Matt Tolmach Productions

- Stacker score: 72.5
- IMDb rating: 6.9
- Tomatometer: 76

It should have been impossible to remake "Jumanji," one in a series of 1990s films that convinced a generation of children that Robin Williams was their dad. But somehow, the remake starring The Rock, Jack Black, Kevin Hart, and Karen Gillan completely works.

Johnson and Hart's comedic chemistry was a known quality. But it's Black's genius that makes this movie a success: the strange remake that literally no one was asking for made $962.5 million at the box office. Long live the Scorpion King!

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#5. DC League of Super-Pets (2022)

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Warner Animation Group

- Stacker score: 73
- IMDb rating: 7.3
- Tomatometer: 73

Did the world truly need a mashup between DC Comics and "The Secret Life of Pets"? No. However, the world got one anyways. Not only was the film well received, but it also featured a truly impressive voice cast.

Dwayne Johnson stars as the lead, Krypto the Superdog, and is joined by frequent collaborator Kevin Hart as well as John Krasinski, Kate McKinnon, Natasha Lyonne, Diego Luna, and Keanu Reeves. This is an official entry into the DCEU (DC Extended Universe) and even features a post-credits scene alluding to Johnson's other role as Black Adam.

#4. Fast Five (2011)

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Universal Pictures

- Stacker score: 75.5
- IMDb rating: 7.3
- Tomatometer: 78

As Brendan Fraser could have told Vin Diesel: never, ever let Dwayne Johnson into your franchise. After 2009's "Fast and Furious," the addition of The Rock to the franchise as badass federal agent Hobbs was just the shot in the arm the universe needed.

Hobbs chases Dom (Diesel) and the crew to Rio de Janeiro, where their game of cat and mouse crescendos with an iconic action sequence. Somehow, The Rock makes Vin Diesel look tiny on screen.

#3. Furious 7 (2015)

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Universal Pictures

- Stacker score: 76
- IMDb rating: 7.1
- Tomatometer: 81

"Furious 7" has the honor of being Rotten Tomatoes' highest-ranked installment in the "Fast and the Furious" franchise, followed by "Fast Five" and "Fast and Furious 6." This film introduces the odd couple-like dynamic of Dwayne Johson (Hobbs) and Jason Statham (Deckard Shaw) that continues into the franchise spinoff "Hobbs and Shaw" mentioned earlier on this list.

#2. Fighting With My Family (2019)

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Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)

- Stacker score: 82
- IMDb rating: 7.1
- Tomatometer: 93

"Fighting With My Family" provides The Rock with one of his most intense and rewarding roles yet and his first opportunity to produce an independent film. In this Florence Pugh-led wrestling drama, Dwayne Johnson plays none other than The Rock. Pugh plays Paige, a young fighter whose lifelong goal is to make it in the WWE, who gives up when faced with the harsh reality of the world of professional wrestling.

Thankfully, The Rock smooths the way and gives her a chance to fight.

#1. Moana (2016)

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Walt Disney Animation Studios

- Stacker score: 85.5
- IMDb rating: 7.6
- Tomatometer: 95

Animated movies are just getting better and better, and "Moana"—the story of a Polynesian princess' quest for independence—might be the best yet.

The Rock is perfect as Maui, a brave, goofy demigod who begrudgingly helps Moana in her journey. But the standout in this incredible film is Jemaine Clement, whose crab character sings a David Bowie-esque ballad about loving shiny things that, for many, was the song of the year. This film is fun, gorgeous, and moving all at once.

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Is The Rock a billionaire? ›

The Rock is not a billionaire, as he has a reported net worth of $800 million.

Is Black Adam a good movie? ›

Black Adam is enjoyable, and The Rock and his supporting cast are enjoyable in it. Rather than being the fourth worst DCEU movie ever, like critics say, I'd say it's better than pretty much everything except the first Wonder Woman, the new Suicide Squad, Man of Steel and Aquaman.

What is the rocks famous saying? ›

What is the Rock's catchphrase? The Rock's most popular catchphrase is “If You Smell What the Rock is Cooking!”.

Was San Andreas a hit or flop? ›

San Andreas grossed $155.2 million in North America and $318.8 million in other territories for a worldwide total of $474 million.

Who is rich actor in world? ›

Who is the richest actor in the world of all time? As of 2022, Jerry Seinfeld and Tyler Perry are the richest actor in the world with a net worth of $1 Billion.

Who is the highest paid actor? ›

Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson followed with 50 million dollars after Amazon Studios acquired the rights for his upcoming film "Red One."
Best-paid actors worldwide as of August 2021, by income (in million U.S. dollars)
CharacteristicAnnual income in million U.S. dollars
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Who is better Thor or Black Adam? ›

Dwayne Johnson's Black Adam Would Demolish Chris Hemsworth's Thor. Ultimately, pure strength and speed will win the fight of pantheons, with the gods-given power of Black Adam simply being too much for Thor.

Who is better Black Adam or Shazam? ›

In short, Black Adam should be Shazam's equal, but some of his powers are beyond Billy Batson's abilities. Black Adam also has allies that help him overcome entire squads of superheroes. Then, Black Adam has a lot of combat experience, while Shazam is, in fact, a child.

Is Black Adam weaker than Superman? ›

The Edge for Black Adam

As far as strength is concerned, it's pretty much a wash. Earth's yellow sun gives Superman immense strength, while Black Adam's strength is, literally, a gift from the gods, specifically Amon. A street brawl between the two could go on for days with neither gaining the upper hand.

What word did the rock invent? ›

One of them is "jabroni." Purportedly originated by the wrestler, the Iron Sheik, and made famous by the Rock, is now as official as it gets. The site updated words related to race, sexual orientation and internet culture. Besides jabroni, the site also added "amirite," "ish" and "janky."

What do rocks call people? ›

For years the word “jabroni” was an inside term, until The Rock popularized the phrase during WWE's “Attitude Era.” His promos routinely calling other wrestlers, and wrestling figures “jabronis” as an insult to them, while quietly tipping his hat to The Iron Sheik. Still the word is synonymous with The Rock.

Why is GTA 5 better than San Andreas? ›

In reality, San Andreas, with its solo protagonist CJ, has 31 more missions in its story mode than GTA 5, with 100 to 69. GTA 5 feels more in-depth to players and fans because of the immense amount of extra activities they can participate in, such as side-missions and everything to do in the Online element.

Is San Andreas a true story? ›

No. In the San Andreas movie, a Caltech seismologist predicts the looming disaster and is heralded as a hero. However, Dr. Lucy Jones, a real seismologist with the U.S. Geological Survey agency, says that there does not yet exist a way to predict the time when an earthquake will strike.

Who is the best TV actor in the world? ›

The 10 Best TV Actors Of All Time, According To Ranker
  • Carol Burnett. ...
  • Patrick Stewart. ...
  • Carroll O'Connor. ...
  • Peter Dinklage. ...
  • Betty White. ...
  • Robin Williams. ...
  • Bryan Cranston. ...
  • James Gandolfini.
25 Apr 2022

How do actors get paid? ›

Generally speaking, for screen work, actors are paid a day rate. If they are needed for more than five days, they are paid a weekly rate. Rates vary if actors are needed for the entirety of the film shoot or the entirety of a television season. Television actors can also be paid per episode.

Who is the legendary actor in the world? ›

Charles Chaplin. Sir Charles Spencer "Charlie" Chaplin, was a British comic actor, filmmaker, and composer who rose to fame in the silent era. Chaplin became a worldwide icon through his screen persona "the Tramp" and is considered one of the most important figures of the film industry.

Who is the highest paid celebrity right now? ›

Peter Jackson

What actor has been in the most movies? ›

The “Man of a Thousand Voices,” Mel Blanc is regarded as the actor who's racked up the most acting credits — more than 1,200 — voicing Bugs Bunny, Porky Pig, Daffy Duck, and many, many more cartoon characters since the 1930s.

Who is Hollywood's highest paid actor? ›

Hollywood star Tom Cruise becomes the highest paid... more. Will Smith follows the list who got $35 million for the Apple TV+ film Emancipation.

Who Will Win Thor or Superman? ›

However, Thor, one of Marvel's strongest Avengers, might just be powerful enough to take on Superman. With his Asgardian abilities and mystically-enchanted hammer Mjolnir, Thor is a god who fights and defeats adversaries far stronger than him on a regular basis.

Who's faster Superman or Black Adam? ›

In the DC Comics, Superman was faster than both Shazam and Black Adam.

Who can defeat Black Adam in Marvel? ›

Sentry. Given that Sentry is often described as having the power of a million exploding suns, it's easy to see why he handily destroys Black Adam. Being one of the most overpowered superheroes of all time, Sentry has more than enough power to defeat Black Adam in seconds.

Can Black Adam beat Avengers? ›

He's defeated many powerful foes, both on his own and with the Avengers, but he'd find Black Adam to be a road too far. Iron Man's base armor is potent, but it's not going to be able to stand up to someone of Black Adam's power. Even his Hulkbuster armor would find that impossible, as Adam is on Superman's level.

Who is stronger Superman or Shazam? ›

And where Superman has heat vision, cold breath and other useful powers, Shazam can call down lightning and even bestow part of his power to other heroes. It's a pretty even match-up, all things considered. In terms of raw strength, most comics stories seem to give the edge to Superman.

How fast can Superman go? ›

According to various sources, he travels at least as fast as the speed of sound – which is somewhere in the region of 770 mph. There are also a few reports of Superman reaching the speed of light in the last decade.

Who is the strongest superhero? ›

Hercules / Zeus

While not cosmic (none of that on this list!), he can survive the vacuum of space and resist cosmic attacks. He ranks above Thor here because he's technically the stronger of the two. In fact, he is considered by many authorities to be the physically strongest character Marvel has ever created.

Is Black Adam faster than flash? ›

While not as fast as the Flash, he has been shown easily running at a speed of over Mach 500, while less powerful (Black Adam's speed was being drained by the Flash).

Is jabroni a real word? ›

Jabroni is a specialized rendition of the wrestling term jobber (“one who loses to make other wrestlers look better”).

Does The Rock have a quote? ›

“I like to use the hard times in the past to motivate me today.” “Success isn't always about 'greatness', it's about consistency. Consistent, hard work gains success.” “The first step to achieving your goal, is to take a moment to respect your goal.

What is rock one word? ›

[ rŏk ] A relatively hard, naturally occurring mineral material. Rock can consist of a single mineral or of several minerals that are either tightly compacted or held together by a cementlike mineral matrix. The three main types of rock are igneous, sedimentary, and metamorphic. A piece of such material; a stone.

What is the most famous line of all time? ›

Famous Movie Quotes
  • “ May the Force be with you.” - Star Wars, 1977.
  • “ There's no place like home.” - The Wizard of Oz, 1939.
  • “ I'm the king of the world!” - ...
  • “ Carpe diem. ...
  • “ Elementary, my dear Watson.” - ...
  • “ It's alive! ...
  • “ My mama always said life was like a box of chocolates. ...
  • “ I'll be back.” -
21 Sept 2018

What is the best thought ever? ›

“If you can dream it, you can achieve it.” “The journey of a thousand miles begins with one step.” “What you do speaks so loudly that I cannot hear what you say.” “The power of imagination makes us infinite.”

What does rock mean to a girlfriend? ›

You rock is a slang phrase of praise or encouragement conveying “You're awesome (at something)” or “You can do it!”

What is a friendship rock? ›

The Friendship Rock is a “bluestone” that originated from the Preseli Mountains in the United Kingdom and is the similar to the type of rock that can be found at the center of Stonehenge.

What do you call someone who loves rocks? ›

: a specialist in geology. : an amateur rock and mineral collector. rockhounding. ˈräk-ˌhau̇n-diŋ

What is the fastest movie to reach 1 billion? ›

Fastest to $1 billion

Titanic became the first movie to gross over $1 billion worldwide on March 1, 1998, in 74 days of release. The list below is restricted to the 10 who reached the milestone the fastest.

What is the #1 movie in US history? ›

Gone With The Wind (1939)

Victor Fleming's adaptation of Margaret Mitchell's novel became a sensation unlike anything the industry had ever seen before; unadjusted for inflation, it remains the highest-grossing film in history.

Which GTA game has the biggest map? ›

Description: The GTA San Andreas map depicts the State of San Andreas. The map itself is the largest map in the 3D Universe and was the largest in the entire series until the release of Grand Theft Auto V.

Is GTA Vice City easy? ›

Like Grand Theft Auto 3 before it, Vice City is more difficult compared to its contemporary brethren. Nobody said being bad was easy and there's also the fact that gaming was a different landscape back then.

Is GTA the biggest game ever? ›

Grand Theft Auto 5 is the best-selling console/PC-only game of all time (the top two entries on this list have mobile versions, too). Sales of Rockstar's most ambitious GTA yet have surpassed 170 million units as of September 30, 2022.

What would happen if a 9.0 earthquake hit California? ›

Narrator: The quake could kill about 1,800 people and leave 50,000 or more with injuries. While people could die from falling debris and collapsed structures, the highest death toll would be from fires.

Is a 9.6 earthquake possible? ›

No, earthquakes of magnitude 10 or larger cannot happen. The magnitude of an earthquake is related to the length of the fault on which it occurs. That is, the longer the fault, the larger the earthquake.

Is Los Santos a real place? ›

For all of these reasons, the developers of Grand Theft Auto V—the latest iteration of the popular “open world” video-game series—chose L.A. County as the basis for the fictional setting of Los Santos.

Is The Rock the richest actor? ›

2022 Highest-Paid Entertainers Earnings

Better known as The Rock, Johnson is the world's highest-paid actor thanks to big paydays for forthcoming films "Black Adam" and "Red Notice." The former wrestling star can command more than $20 million per movie, thanks to a string of box office hits.

Is LeBron James a billionaire? ›

LeBron James poses at the premiere of the film Hustle on June 1 at the Regency Village Theatre in Los Angeles. James' net worth recently broke $1 billion, making him the first ever active NBA player to become a billionaire.

Is Tom Cruise a billionaire? ›

The estimated net worth of Tom Cruise is $600 million. The actor also nets a $50 million salary from his movie roles. Tom Cruise is an American actor and producer and one of the most famous members of the Church of Scientology.

Is The Rock one of the richest actors in the world? ›

As of November 2022, Dwayne Johnson's net worth is estimated to be $800 Million. He is an American actor, producer, and professional wrestler. He is known to most people by his amazing stage name, “The Rock”. Dwayne struggled early on in life but was recently named one of the highest-paid actors in the world by Forbes.

Who is richer The Rock or Kevin Hart? ›

The Rock, Dwayne Johnson, is the richer out of the two with an estimated net worth of $800 million compared to Kevin's $450 million net worth valuation.

Is there a billionaire actor? ›

Let us now take a dive into the 20 richest actors in the world as of 2023. The world's richest actor is none other than American Actress Jami Gertz clocking 3 billion dollars net worth, followed by Indian actor Shah Rukh Khan at 600 million dollars.

How much is Donald Trump worth? ›

Who was the first billionaire? ›

John D. Rockefeller became the world's first billionaire by measurable dollars. The Standard Oil Company founder became a billionaire in 1916 and was worth about 2% of the national economy. According to Forbes, the Rockefeller family's wealth stood at $8.4 billion as of 2020.

How can I be a billionaire? ›

7 Doable Ways to Become a Billionaire
  1. Invest in stocks and mutual funds. ...
  2. Start your own business. ...
  3. Purchase property in high-value areas and rent it out. ...
  4. Create a product or service that is in high demand and has low competition. ...
  5. Create opportunities. ...
  6. Find a high-paying and stable job. ...
  7. Maintain your wealth.
15 Jun 2022

Which actress is a billionaire? ›

Top 15 Richest Actresses in the World 2022 by Net Worth
Sl. NoName of ActressesNet Worth (in 2022)
1Dina Merrill$5 billion
2Jami Gertz$3.2 Billion
3Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen$550 Million
4Victoria Principal$400 Million
11 more rows
1 Nov 2022

Will Johnny Depp net worth? ›

According to multiple websites, Johnny Depp's net worth is $150 million (approximately Rs 1163 crore) and he charges approximately Rs 160 crore for a film. Johnny owns a house in the Hollywood Hills, which is spread over 7,100 square feet and has eight bedrooms and 10 bathrooms.

What is net worth of Justin Bieber? ›

Justin Bieber's net worth is estimated to be around $285 million as of June 2022. Justin Bieber is a singer and songwriter from Canada who rose to fame at a young age.

Who is richest actor in the world 2022? ›

As of November 2022, Jami Gertz's net worth is estimated to be $3 Billion. Jami Gertz is now ranked as the richest actor in the world, She returned to acting in the 2022 movie I Want You Back, after a ten-year hiatus.

Why is The Rock so well paid? ›

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson is the top-earning actor on Forbes' list of highest-paid entertainers in 2022, coming in at number four with an estimated annual salary of $270 million. Johnson's annual earnings were boosted by big paydays for the movies Black Adam and Red Notice.

How Much does The Rock get paid per movie? ›

The Rock's net worth estimated at $800 million according to Celebrity Net Worth. His primary source of wealth is his movies—as mentioned, he can score upwards of $20 million in salary per project—but like most actors, he also cashes in on a percentage of their box office earnings.


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