Ya'll, It's Time to Rank Reese Witherspoon Movies. Go!
As one of the highest-paid stars in Hollywood, Reese Witherspoon has dozens of films under her belt. She's starred in some total classics and even in some lesser known films. Nevertheless, her roles in film never seem to disappoint.
Witherspoon has been starring in movies since she was a young girl, and continues to do so at the age of 42. She has received several awards throughout her lifetime, on top of plenty of nominations. The actress seems to be able to rock just about any role she's given.
Which Reese Witherspoon movie is your all-time favorite? There's been quite a few throughout the years, so we've listed ten of her most popular films. Go ahead and vote for your favorites to help us create the ultimate ranking!
Sweet Home Alabama (2002)Community Score: 7Sweet Home Alabama via Buena Vista Pictures
New York fashion designer Melanie Smooter (Reese Witherspoon) suddenly finds herself engaged to the city's most eligible bachelor. However, she must return home to Alabama to tie up some loose ends before moving forward in her life.
Legally Blonde (2001)Community Score: 6Legally Blonde via MGM Distribution Co.
Elle Woods (Reese Witherspoon) has just about everything she could ever want-- except for a proposal from the man she loves. She follows him to Harvard Law School where she attempts to prove herself as more than just a dumb blonde.
Pleasantville (1998)Community Score: 4Pleasantville via New Line Cinema
Pleasantville is a comedy-drama film following two young twins, David (Tobey Maguire) and Jennifer (Reese Witherspoon) who escape into a black-and-white TV program. They become aware of the social issues during the 1950s, adding some color into their drab existence.
The Man In The Moon (1991)Community Score: 2The Man in the Moon via Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
For her very first film, Reese Witherspoon plays young Dani Trant whose strong bond with her older sister, Maureen (Emily Warfield) is broken when a boy comes into the picture. However, a heartbreaking accident later reunites the girls.
Cruel Intentions (1999)Community Score: 1Cruel Intentions via Columbia Pictures
Annette Hargrove (Reese Witherspoon) writes an article in Seventeen Magazine about how she intends to stay pure until she marries her boyfriend. However, Sebastian Valmont (Ryan Phillippe) and Kathryn Merteuil (Sarah Michelle Gellar) see this as a challenge, with all parties involved getting much more than they bargained for.
Walk The Line (2005)Community Score: -1Walk the Line via 20th Century Fox
Reese Witherspoon plays singer, June Carter, the woman of Johnny Cash's (Joaquin Phoenix) dreams whom he meets on tour. However, his volatile lifestyle clashes with her sensitive personality, threatening to keep them apart.
Election (1999)Community Score: -1Election via Paramount Pictures
When Tracy Flick (Reese Witherspoon) runs for president of her high school, her less than supportive government teacher convinces Paul Metzler (Chris Klein), a dim-witted but popular student athlete, to run against Tracy. A bitter feud is sparked when Tracy learns the truth behind it all.
The Good Lie (2014)Community Score: -2The Good Lie via Warner Bros. Pictures
Carrie Davis (Reese Witherspoon) has been charged with finding jobs for a group of Sudanese refugees who have settled in Kansas. Carrie helps them navigate through the new and modern world they've been thrown into while assisting them in rebuilding their shattered lives.
Wild (2014)Community Score: -2Wild via Fox Searchlight Pictures
Cheryl Strayed's (Reese Witherspoon) life seems to be crumbling to pieces before she makes the decision to halt her downward spiral. She sets out on her own to hike the Pacific Crest Trail-- one of the country's longest and toughest through-trails.
Mud (2013)Community Score: -4Mud via Lionsgate
Mud (Matthew McConaughey) is a fugitive with a bounty on his head who enlists the help of two strangers, Ellis (Tye Sheridan) and Neckbone (Jacob Lofland). Together, the men assist Mud in reuniting with Juniper (Reese Witherspoon), the true love of his life.