These are the best Sandra Bullock movies of all time, as voted by fans and critics alike. Audiences have been in love with Sandra Bullock since she appeared in the charming 1992 film Love Potion No. 9, and her highest grossing movies have received a lot of accolades over the years, earning millions upon millions around the world.
Though Sandra Bullock was born in Arlington, Virginia, she spent twelve years in West Germany. In fact, she had dual American and German citizenship until she was 18. After returning to the US, Bullock attended Washington-Lee High School and later graduated from East Carolina University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Drama in 1987.
After graduating, she moved to New York and initially appeared in student films and off-Broadway plays. From there, she went on to guest star in TV shows and independent films. Her career then started taking off after she appeared movies such as Love Potion No. 9, Demotion Man, and Speed. After that point, her career never went below 50 miles per hour.
After several decades in the industry, Sandra Bullock has plenty of top-grossing and critically-acclaimed films in the bag. So what are her best movies? Fans have voted for their favorite Sandra Bullock roles below. The list of course includes her classic roles in The Blind Side and Miss Congeniality. Don’t see your favorite Sandra Bullock movie below? Then please add it so others may vote on it. If you are a fan of Bullock's romantic comedies or her thrillers, you might also enjoy our list of best Ryan Reynolds movies and best Julia Roberts movies.
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