I liked him in *A River Runs Through It*. His delivery of the line, "Oh, brother, I'll never leave Montana" is classic
Moneyball was his best performance IMO. Loved him in Thelma and Louise too, but not because of his acting ;)
I'd agree that Moneyball is his best performance but I'd also say that Ocean's Eleven is where is the most at home on screen and the most Movie Star without seeming that way.
Snatch, Fight Club, Moneyball, The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford - and he was actually very funny in the Coen brother's Burn After Reading.
Thelma and Louise
Deffo "Once Upon A Time In Hollywood" ..... just superb!
Moneyball, hands down.
His most unforgettable moment to me though, is the tragically ironic smile/starting-to-speak expression he flashed right when he was shot in Burn After Reading. That shocking split second, Pitt packed it with so much, it just reverberated long after it was over.
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. Always knew he was pretty good; this movie proved he's great.
Well for me, I grew up watching Interview With the Vampire. So that's probably one of my favorite roles of his.
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