Most of Sharon Stone’s movies have gained cult status in Hollywood over her long career. So, let’s take a look at four of her highest-rated films.
Only a handful of Hollywood stars can go head to head with actress Sharon Stone regarding talent. The actress is one of the best of her generation and a force to reckon with today. With appearances in top movies like “Irreconcilable Differences,” “Total Recall,” and “Basic Instincts,” the actresses had made their mark in the industry.
Stone, who started as a model, conquered the beauty industry before switching to the movie industry. Her breakthrough in the matter came in 1990 when she got cast in “Total Recall.”
The series movie served as a launching pad for Stone, who would go on to star in top films throughout her career. The actress has received nominations for an Academy Award, Golden Globe, and a Saturn award.
She eventually won the Golden Globe in 1995 due to her performance in the movie “Casino” by Martin Scorsese. Some of her other famous movies include “Catwoman” opposite Halle Berry, “Last Dance,” and “The Muse.” However, In this article, we’ll be examining the highest-rated movies by the actress ever since she started acting in the 1980s.
Rolling Thunder Revue: A Bob Dylan Story by Martin Scorsese
According to Rotten Tomatoes, this documentary film is the highest-rated project Stone has worked on in her entire career. The documentary centered on the music star Bob Dylan is undoubtedly one to remember.
The film, which debuted on June 12, 2019, tells the story of Dylan after eight years of hiatus due to a motorcycle accident that happened in1966. However, as 1975 drew to a close, the documentary tells how Bob Dylan reconfigured his musical identity. He also assembled a rock-like band featuring other top artists.
The group traveled by bus, with Dylan occasionally helping the driver. Accompanying them on the trio was a crew of renowned documentary filmmakers. Clips from the tour make up most of the documentary, and half of the entire film features Bob Dylan or other musicians just performing. There are also brief clips of Dylan and the group during their rehearsals.
The editors ensured they treated the documentary with utmost importance, cutting and editing it right. Stone portrayed The Beauty Queen” in the series, which is rated 93% on Rotten Tomatoes.
The second highest-rated Stone movie is “Antz,” an animated comedy film. The movie follows the protagonist, Z complaining about his inadequacy. As a worker ant among the millions of other workers, Z craves some individuality.
Eventually, when Z meets the ant princess, Bala, voiced by Saron Stone, he longed to see her again after they separated. With his desperation getting deeper, Z convinces his friend Weaver a soldier ant, to switch places with him.
After they switched roles, Weaver found peace and joy living Z’s life with nothing much to do but be a worker. Meanwhile, Z is dismayed at the role he took voluntarily after megalomaniacal general Mandible sent him into battle. Sadly on the mission, Z lost his friend Barbados who got killed, and other soldiers who he didn’t get to know.
However, only Z escapes from the war with his life and has decided to rescue the rest of the colony from Mandible. Antz, primarily a kid movie, got released in 1998 and made over $90.7 million at the box office.
The Disaster Artist
The Disaster Artist is a 2017 comedy-drama that tells the true story of Hollywood outsider Tommy Wiseau. The film follows Wiseau (James Franco) and his friend as they defiantly pursue their dreams.
The film shows how Wiseau and his friend were able to create the movie “The Room.” But unfortunately, the film was so bad it became a cult favorite 14 years after its initial release. The film stars an ensemble cast of James Franco, Dave Franco, Alison Brie, Seth Rogen, and others. Sharon Stone portrayed the character Iris Burton in the movie.
Many celebrities also made appearances as themselves, including Kristen Bell, Bryan Cranston, Judd Apatow, etc. The movie made $21.1 million at the box office and is rated 91% on Rotten Tomatoes.
“Broken Flowers” is a 2005 comedy-drama that tells the story of computer magnate Don Johnston (Bill Murray.) After his girlfriend (Julie Delpy) leaves him, he loses all his ambition and just sits at home.
However, everything changed when he received an anonymous letter from an ex-girlfriend who claimed he had a 19 years old son he had never met. Yet, the letter did not wake Don from his slumber.
Nevertheless, his neighbor, who was also a mystery fan, encouraged him to visit the exes who seemed like the most likely candidates. Doing this would allow him to find out the truth if he has a son or not. The film is rated 87% on Rotten Tomatoes, making $13.7 million at the box office.