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Top 10 Best Brooke Shields Movies of All time 

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American actress and model Brooke Shields was born in Manhattan, New York, On May 31, 1965. Shields has been in the spotlight since she stepped into the modeling world at a very young age. Soon she got her first role as a child actress in the film Pretty baby in 1978. However, Shield’s breakthrough movie which landed her the recognition was Freeway (1996). 

Sheild was a Hollywood sweetheart for a long period, and despite growing out of it, she remains a prominent name. Eventually, many have looked to her as a standard to hold to over the years. Throughout her journey till now, she has demonstrated talent in a wide variety of roles. So, why not look into her best work? Find the 10 best Brooke Shields movies of all time in the list below.

The Blue Lagoon (1980)

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The Blue Lagoon (1980)

Director: Randal Kleiser

Writer: Henry De Vere Stacpoole, Douglas Day Stewart

Genre: Adventure, Drama, Romance

IMDB Rating: 5.8

Runtime: 1 hr.44 mins

It’s a 1980 American coming-of-age survival movie modeled on Henry De Vere Stacpoole’s 1908 novel with the same title. Reviewers criticized the picture, dismissing its narrative and production; nevertheless, Almendros’ cinematography was praised. Despite the reviews, the picture was a massive success, generating over $58 million against its $4.5 million budget and ranking ninth at the North American box office in 1980. 

Two children, Richard(Atkins) and Emmeline(Sheild) are stranded on a tropical island during the Victorian era. With no parents to lead them, the two live a simple life together, oblivious that sexual development will soon intrude.

What Makes a Family (2001)

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What Makes a Family (2001)

Director: Maggie Greenwald

Writer: Robert L. Freedman

Genre: Drama

IMDB Rating: 6.6

Runtime: 1 hr.31 mins

What Makes a Family is an American television film aired in 2001 and earned mixed to average reviews. However, the film won a GLAAD Media Award for Outstanding Television Movie. 

A woman(Sheild), artificially impregnated, gives birth and then dies, leaving her boyfriend to fight for guardianship of their kid.


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Alice, Sweet Alice (1976)

Director: Alfred Sole

Writer: Rosemary Ritvo, Alfred Sole

Genre: Crime, Drama, Horror

IMDB Rating: 6.4

Runtime: 1 hr.47 mins

It is an American slasher movie that has gotten mixed reviews from critics. However, Alice, Sweet Alice has garnered a cult following in the days after its debut and is regarded as a current masterpiece of the slasher subgenre in critical forums. 

In 1961, the lives of a split Catholic couple were flipped on their heads because of a tragedy. It happens when one of their two daughters is accused of her younger sister’s (Shield) gruesome murder. 

Daisy Winters (2017)

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Daisy Winters (2017)

Director: Beth LaMure

Writer: Beth LaMure

Genre: Drama

IMDB Rating: 6.4

Runtime: 1 hr.30 mins

Daisy Winters is a well-received independent drama in the United States. Although the film’s premise was questioned, the audience was pleased with the cast’s performances.

The 11-year-old daughter of a lady fighting cancer for years schemes with her best friend. She avoided living with her cruel and strict aunt when her mom(Sheild) died.

The Hot Flashes

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The Hot Flashes (2013)

Director: Susan Seidelman

Writer: Brad Hennig

Genre: Comedy, Sports

IMDB Rating: 5.1

Runtime: 1 hr.39 mins

It’s an American film that generally garnered positive reviews. This film likewise attempted to promote breast cancer awareness while defying age prejudices. The Hot Flashes won the WFCC Award for Best Equality of the Sexes and Women’s Work/Best Ensemble.

Its story focuses on a band of middle-aged women, including Sheild, who plays basketball to prove their point.

Backstreet Dreams (1990)

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Backstreet Dreams (1990)

Director: Rupert Hitzig, Jason O’Malley

Writer: Jason O’Malley

Genre: Crime, Drama, Romance

IMDB Rating: 4.9

Runtime: 1 hr.36 mins

It’s an American drama that was taken well by the critics. In addition, the audience was happy with the ensemble cast’s performance in the picture. 

Dean, a petty scoundrel, is struggling to handle his autistic son on his own. His life seems to be spiraling out of control till psychologist Stevie(Shield) comes to assist them both.

Chalet Girl

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Chalet Girl (2011)

Director: Phil Traill

Writer: Tom Williams

Genre: Comedy, Romance, sports

IMDB Rating: 6.2

Runtime: 1 hr.37 mins

It’s an American movie that premiered on October 24, 2011. The film attracted mixed reviews from critics, although the cast’s performance was lauded. 

Its story revolves around Kim, who learns to snowboard since working at an expensive ski resort. She becomes so proficient that she joins a contest with a large cash award to support her father. She must delve deep to conquer her anxieties, but her life is hampered by her outspoken boss, Jonny. While Shield portrays Jonny’s mom in the picture.

Just You and Me, Kid

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Just You and Me, Kid (1979)

Director: Leonard Stern

Writer: Oliver Hailey, Leonard Stern, Tom Lazarus

Genre: Comedy, Romance

IMDB Rating: 5.9

Runtime: 1 hr.35 mins

It’s an American film that premiered in July 1979 by Columbia Pictures. The film garnered mixed to average ratings for the plot and narrative of the film but praised the cast.

Its story revolves around a former vaudevillian (George Burns). He discovers a naked girl (Brooke Shields) escaping from a drug peddler in the back of his vehicle.

An American Love (1994)

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An American Love (1994)

Director: Piero Schivazappa

Writer: Cesare Bornazzini, Andrea Galeazzi, Piero Schivazappa

Genre: Comedy, Romance

IMDB Rating: 6.9

Runtime: 2 hrs.56 mins

An American Love is an Italian rom-com that people gave both favorable and unfavorable reviews. 

Carlo, an Italian professor taking a program in the US, falls for his American assistant, Greta (Shields).

I Can Make You Love Me

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I Can Make You Love Me (1993)

Director: Michael Switzer

Writer: Frank Abatemarco

Genre: Crime, Drama, Horror

IMDB Rating: 6.4

Runtime: 1 hr.32 mins

A made-for-TV psychological thriller, also known as Stalking Laura, is modeled on the true story of brutal American murderer Richard Farley. Critics praised Shields and Thomas’ talents but faulted the film’s sheer depth of characters. 

Its story focuses on a gorgeous young computer technician(Shield) who is just starting in Silicon Valley in the 1980s. She is hounded and tormented by a nerdy, violent, and mentally disturbed coworker with a twisted infatuation.



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