My Top 5 Michelle Pfeiffer Pfilms

1. The Fabulous Baker Boys
2. Batman Returns
3. One Fine Day
4. Frankie and Johnny
5. Wolf

What are yours?

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16 responses to “My Top 5 Michelle Pfeiffer Pfilms

  1. So hard to narrow it down to only five but I usually go with:

    1. Frankie and Johnny
    2. The Fabulous Baker Boys
    3. The Age of Innocence
    4. Married to the Mob
    5. Batman Returns

    Those tend to be my top five Pfeiffer performances. Sometimes Wolf or Into the Night might sneak into the top five Pfeiffer pfilms for me. All great movies, so hard to whittle it to five, but also a lot of fun to do!

    • It is difficult isn’t it? Married to the Mob and The Age of Innocence only just missed the cut, on another day they might have made it. Thanks for sharing your selection.

  2. Frankie and Johnny, Baker Boys, OFD, Up Close and Personal, I am Sam.
    In that order.
    Next time I watch Tequila Sunrise it will displace one of the latter two.

  3. Interesting choices 🙂 Here are mine in order of when they were released, but I have plenty more than 5 🙂

    1. Scarface (1983) (Dir: Brian De Palma)
    2. Into the Night (1985) (Dir: John Landis)
    3. Married to the Mob (1988) (Dir: Jonathan Demme)
    4. The Age of Innocence (1993) (Dir: Martin Scorsese)
    5. Mother! (2017) (Dir: Darren Aronofsky)

    Anyway, keep up the great work as always 🙂

    • I had a feeling Into the Night and Married to the Mob would feature in your selection, they only just missed out on mine. Also thanks for reminding me I still haven’t seen Mother!

  4. Isabeau in Ladyhawke, a childhood movie which comes first for me, and Sukie from The Witches of Eastwick, a sweet and fragile character and perhaps the most beautiful of all three!

    • The famous entrance of Isabeau turning into the light of the moon, shrouded in a black cloak in Ladyhawke is completely burned into my cinematic brain. I watched it endlessly on my old VHS player and completely understood the Bishop’s obsession and Etienne Navarre’s unshakeable romantic devotion.

  5. catfacts

    I love The Russia House and Love Field. The Fabulous Baker Boys is excellent except they botched the Susie/Jack confrontation scene, possibly why Michelle did not get Best Actress? I think The Age of Innocence is an awful movie and I’m surprised at the admiration I see here. I do remember enjoying Witches of Eastwick, Married and Wolf. Michelle is a talented actress but she is the most disappointing too.

  6. Top 5 Michelle Movies… 1.The Russia House 2.Witches of Eastwick 3. Wolf 4. Grease 2 5. What Lies Beneath

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