By: Abrar khan
Chris Rock is one of the funniest comedians around with tons of movies to his credit. Here are his best ones via IMDB rankings.
In the film, Rock plays Kurt McKenzie, a stay at home father with two kids and one on the way who also has to deal with his mother in law staying with them.
2 Days in New York is the sequel to 2 Days in Paris. In this romantic comedy, Rock plays Mingus Robinson, the boyfriend to Delpy’s character, Marion.
In the film, Rock plays Wesley, one of the hitmen who kills the husband and is now pursuing the waitress. His partner is played by Morgan Freeman.
From inside him a white blood cell cop named Osmosis Jones and a cold pill named Drix must stop the virus, Thrax, within forty-eight hours before it kills Frank.
Not only does Top Five star Chris Rock, but he also wrote and directed it. In the film, Rock plays Andre Allen, a New York City stand up comic who comes face to face with his past and career as a comedian during an interview with a journalist played by Rosario Dawson.
A remake of the 1974 film of the same name, The Longest Yard follows an ex-NFL star, played by Adam Sandler, who ends up in prison. In exchange for his freedom, he must assemble a football team of convicts to play against the prison guards.
Rock won critical acclaim for his role as “Pookie” Robinson, a former stick up kid who after getting shot for trying to run off with the stick-up money becomes homeless and addicted to crack before becoming a police informant.
Rock stared alongside the Jay and Silent Bob characters, after Dogma. Rock does not reprise his role in the sequel Jay and Silent Bob Reboot.
Rock portrays Marty the zebra, the energetic best friend to Alex the lion whose friendship becomes strained when their African instincts kick in. The film was a commercial success and spawned two direct sequels, two short films, and a spin-off television series.
The film was a modest critical and commercial success, although it was met with much controversy including death threats toward director Kevin Smith and condemnation from the Catholic League due to the religious subject matter.