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Best Woody Harrelson Movies, Ranked From Worst to Best

This story was originally published in 2018 and has been updated to include Harrelson’s most recent work.

In an alternate (and much worse) universe, Woody Harrelson is one of the forgotten ones, like, say, Marc Price, the actor who played Mallory’s dim-witted boyfriend Nick on Family Ties. Harrelson scored the role of a lifetime as the replacement for Coach on Cheers, a show that was already hugely popular and just getting started. It meant instant stardom for Harrelson, and he could have, on a succession of increasingly lame television shows, spent the next 30 years playing wacky dolts who never understand anybody’s jokes.

But from the beginning, Harrelson was ambitious and quixotic. After the mainstream success of White Men Can’t Jump and Indecent Proposal, he took on the impossible role of Mickey in Natural Born Killers. You could never pin him down after that: In comedies, dramas, lighthearted romps, and deeply dark thrillers, Harrelson is always doing something a little bit different than what anyone could have reasonably expected him to. The last few years have been a renaissance for the man, who’s scored major roles in LBJ, The Glass Castle, War for the Planet of the Apes, Wilson, Solo and this last weekend’s Midway. And, don’t forget, he also landed an Oscar nomination for his work in Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri.

In the spirit of that stellar run, we’ve ranked Harrelson’s 50-plus movie roles, from worst to best. Of note: We omitted

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