Leonardo has given best shot in each of his movies. This talented actor has made few wrong choices in movies but still saying Leo gave a bad shot is debatable. Acting is in his blood. Finally, Oscar-winning actor, Leo at the age of five was excluded from the T.V. series ‘Romper Room’ for being too disruptive. But after that, there was no stopping for this talented man. This hot-looking boy is one of the few actors in Hollywood’s $20million club.
1. Catch Me If You Can (2002)
One of the best movies that perfectly cultivated Leo’s energy in a role as a con man. Leo uses all his manic energy to play a con man, Frank Abagnale, who poses as a pilot, doctor, and a lawyer and forges cash to satisfy his unhappy father. But FBI agent Carl Hanratty is an obstacle in his way. Leo sadly wasn’t nominated for this film.
2. The Departed (2006)
This crime-based flick won four Oscars, but Leo took home none. Leo played the role of an undercover agent, Billy Costigan under a mafia ring. Leo gave his best shot while playing identities and perfectly maintained the balance.
Revolutionary Road (2008)
Based on the hopelessness and despair of 1950’s suburbia, Revolutionary Road stars Leo and
Kate Winslet as Frank and April. While Frank wants to get rid of his on-the-desk job, April has her desires. The only question they raise is can two people break away from the ordinary without breaking apart? The movie was a highlight of the year but wasn’t nominated for Oscars.
Christopher Nolan’s directorial Inception is a positive mention in the Leo’s Oscar winning performances. The only thing Don Cobb, played by Leo wants is his children back. Frustrated Cobb is too tired of his power to enter others dream. He searches for the truth, and a part of reality involves Cobb getting back his Children but at the cost of redemption. In this aggressive sci-fi spectacle, Leo executes obsession, regret, and frustration in a subtle manner.
5. The Wolf of Wall Street
Jordan Belfort, played by Leo sets the fire in the stock market but is taken aback when he is caught in the web of mayhem and misery. We loved Leo in every pose in this film, be it no- f***s given attitude, his drug-induced slurs or disabled state.