Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson’s Best Movies, Ranked

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5. Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle (2017)
> Combined score: 2.34 — #2,462 out of 17,159 movies
> Domestic box office: $404.5 million
> Co-starring: Karen Gillan, Kevin Hart, Jack Black

One of Sony’s biggest (and most unexpected) hits sends four teenagers into a board game-based fantasy world, where they each assume a respective avatar. Johnson and his talented cohorts provide consistent comic relief in the midst of perennial danger. Despite the occasional callback, this film has almost nothing to do with the Robin Williams “Jumanji” vehicle from 1995.

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4. Fast Five (2011)
> Combined score: 2.36 — #2,321 out of 17,159 movies
> Domestic box office: $210 million
> Co-starring: Vin Diesel, Paul Walker, Jordana Brewster

The fifth “Fast & Furious” installment is widely considered the best to date, steering away from street racing in favor of a vehicle-themed heist movie. It introduces Johnson as U.S. Diplomatic Security Service agent Luke Hobbs (Johnson), who’s hot on the tail of Dom and his team. Director Justin Lin has helmed five entries in the franchise to date, including the soon-to-released “F9: The Fast Saga.”

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3. Furious 7 (2015)
> Combined score: 2.37 — #2,227 out of 17,159 movies
> Domestic box office: $353 million
> Co-starring: Vin Diesel, Paul Walker, Jason Statham

Deckard Shaw (Jason Statham) is a sibling scorned and he has enemies in his crosshairs by the opening of this seventh “Fast & Furious” installment. He and Hobbs square off during an early showdown, which results in an explosive getaway. This was the last film of the franchise to star Paul Walker, whose unfinished scenes were completed using CGI and body doubles.

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2. Fighting With My Family (2019)
> Combined score: 2.52 — #1,236 out of 17,159 movies
> Domestic box office: $23 million
> Co-starring: Lena Headey, Vince Vaughn, Florence Pugh

Johnson brings his career full circle in this endearing biopic, starring as The Rock and also producing. Based on the true story of British wrestling star Paige, it follows Saraya Knight (Florence Pugh) to a WWE training camp. On Rotten Tomatoes, it holds a critic score of 93% and an audience score of 86%.

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1. Moana (2016)
> Combined score: 2.64 — #552 out of 17,159 movies
> Domestic box office: $248.8 million
> Co-starring: Auli’i Cravalho, Rachel House, Temuera Morrison

Heeding the ocean’s call, a young Polynesian girl (voiced by Auli’i Cravalho) embarks on an epic adventure in this computer-animated Disney film. Johnson provides the voice of Maui, a mythical demigod who once stole a precious and powerful stone. A sequel is reportedly in the works.

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