29 Best Leonardo DiCaprio Movies Of All Time

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It’s quite a surprise that Leonardo DiCaprio only has one Oscar to his name. Keeping in mind that he’s been in the Hollywood scene for seemingly forever, giving hits after hits, only having one Oscar is quite a surprise.

Leonardo has showcased his talent time and again. He has countless skills in his repertoire. He can take on romantic roles as he did in Shakespeare’s adaptation of Romeo + Juliet and can also perform the part of a mentally disabled teenager as he did in What’s Eating Gilbert Grape? (which gained him an Oscar Nomination in 1993)

No matter what role he has to take on, the culture of it, or the accent he has to adopt, he can always assume them with perfection.

With that in mind, let’s scroll and take a look at some of the Best Leonardo DiCaprio Movies.

Critters 3 (1991)

Director: Kristine Peterson

Writers: Rupert Harvey, Barry Opper

Starring: Aimee Brooks, John Calvin, Katherine Cortez, Leonardo DiCaprio, Geoffrey Blake, and William Hanna

Despite being a low-budget sci-fi horror comedy, it is still known for being DiCaprio’s big-screen debut. Critter 3 was the movie where it all began for Leonardo. Leo’s role as a floppy-haired skate-punk tween is perfect for his character and the film’s theme.

Everything about the movie is filled with creepiness. The story starts with Leonardo being stuck in his dirtbag. Dad’s tenement building, where terrorizes because they have man-eating furballs.

The movie might not have the perfect quality or sci-fi, and it might be low-rented. Still, the performance that Leonardo has shown is beyond perfect. His dialogue and acting are on the spot. There can’t be any other character who can portray the ideal act just like Leonardo did.

Body of Lies (2008)

Director: Ridley Scott

Based on: Body of Lies by David Ignatius

Starring: Leonardo DiCaprio, Russell Crowe, Mark Strong, Golshifteh Farahani, Oscar Isaac, and Simon McBurney

In ‘Body of Lies, ‘ Leonardo perfectly portrays his role as a detective. The desperation the audience gets while looking at the CIA operative role in the middle of nowhere is beyond thrilling.

When we look at the scenario of movies, it gives us the feeling that we’re taken apart, and it couldn’t have been possible without DiCaprio’s outstanding act. Leonardo was in his prime moment. More so, he was an ‘Action Hero Leo.’

Poison Ivy (1992)

Director: Katt Shea

Writers: Melissa Goddard

Starring: Tom Skerritt, Sara Gilbert, Cheryl Ladd, and Drew Barrymore

Leo doesn’t have much screen time in this movie. He has a few seconds of screen time but does the job in those. The appearance of Leo and the other actors might seem odd to the viewers, but it perfectly suited the movie’s theme.

The iconic movie was directed by Katt Shea and was nominated for the 1992 Grand Jury Prize of Best Film at the Sundance Festival. The movie is about a high school girl and how she takes on her life each day. The movie has some great scenes where that portray Leonardo perfectly.

The Basketball Diaries (1995)

Director: Scott Kalvert 

Based on: The Basketball Diaries by Jim Carroll

Starring: Leonardo DiCaprio, Bruno Kirby, Lorraine Bracco, Ernie Hudson, Patrick McGaw, James Madio, Michael Imperioli, and Mark Wahlberg

The Basketball Diaries has to be one of the favorite movies of most fans. The performance that Leo portrayed in the movie was way beyond perfect. The adaptation of Jim Carroll’s memoir is when he was in his teenage years and fell into the trap of drugs instead of following his goal to become a high school basketball star.

The movie was just perfect, to begin with. Leo’s act with all the drug scenes, screaming, and betrayal couldn’t have been more perfect. The montage, the addiction-drama cliches, everything in the movie was art.

The chaos you’ll see while watching the movie is insane. However, it still manages to come on the heels of his Oscar nomination for What’s Eating Gilbert Grape? The dedication that the young man threw in this movie was insane.

The Quick and the Dead (1995)

Director: Sam Raimi 

Writers: Simon Moore

Starring: Sharon Stone, Gene Hackman, Russell Crowe, Roberts Blossom, Kevin Conway, Lance Henriksen, Pat Hingle, Gary Sinise, and Leonardo DiCaprio

Critters 3 might be Leo’s debut movie, but the one that showed him the path to a successful career was  The Quick in the Dead. The film’s title might not make much sense to the viewers, but it suits the mystery theme of the movie.

The movie’s gunfights, action, gang members, and everything are spot on. The end is also filled with tragedy (spoiler alert). The film is excellent and when we add the performance that Leo has shown in the movie is like adding a cherry on top of the cake.

Total Eclipse (1995)

Director: Agnieszka Holland

Writers: Christopher Hampton

Starring: Leonardo DiCaprio, David Thewlis, Romane Bohringer, and Dominique Blanc

The epic storyline that Agnieszka Holland has portrayed is stunning, which shows the affairs and relationship between Paul Verlaine (David Thewlis) and Arthur Rimbaud (DiCaprio), the 19th-century poets.

Some parts also show intense sex scenes between the two leads, which was why the movie became a scandalous subject matter. Leonardo’s role in the film is of an all-too-modern young punk version of the legendary power that comes into his life to bring chaos and disrupt his mentor/lover’s marriage.

Celebrity (1998)

Director: Woody Allen

Writers: Woody Allen

Starring: Hank Azaria, Kenneth Branagh, Judy Davis, Leonardo DiCaprio, Melanie Griffith, Famke Janssen, Michael Lerner, Joe Mantegna, Bebe Neuwirth, Winona Ryder, and Charlize Theron

In ‘Celebrity’, we can show the perfect portrait of Leo as an actor. Still, it wouldn’t have been possible without the appearance of some of the greatest- Kenneth Branagh, Winona Ryder, Melanie Griffith, Sam Rockwell, Gretchen Mol, Charlize Theron, Famke Janssen, Donald Trump, and future Entourage star Adrian Grenier.

In the movie, DiCaprio takes the role of a young movie star, Brandon Darrow, who likes gambling, partying, and sex. Let’s take a look at what Lisa Schwarzbaum reviewed; “In every minute of DiCaprio’s participation—some 10 to 20 in all—he juices Celebrity with a power surge that subsides as soon as he exits.”

The film is filled with humor, but the best thing about the movie is the part of DiCaprio, where he perfectly plays an entitled and bratty movie star.

The Man in the Iron Mask (1998)

Director: Randall Wallace

Based on: The Vicomte of Bragelonne: Ten Years Later by Alexandre Dumas

Starring: Leonardo DiCaprio, Jeremy Irons, John Malkovich, Gérard Depardieu, and Gabriel Byrne

The Titanic was a massive success for Leonardo DiCaprio and James Cameron. Leo broke many records with this hit, and his next movie araised to win. His act was marvelous as always but what made the audience admire was his part as royal twins Philippe and Louis, good and evil.

Philippe might seem like a boring character, but Leo portrayed it perfectly and delivered the spiciness in Louis as well. He acted so well with both of these characters that it made the writer think if DiCaprio could portray the role of King Joffrey in Game of Thrones.

Gangs of New York (2002)

Director: Martin Scorsese

Writers: Jay Cocks, Steven Zaillian, Kenneth Lonergan.

Starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Daniel Day-Lewis, Cameron Diaz, Jim Broadbent

When DiCaprio collated with director Martin Scorsese for the first time, he made the right choice. This was a challenging activity for Leo as he had to deal with going toe-to-toe with one of the greatest actors of all time, Daniel Day-Lewis.

The theme of the movie is set in Manhattan slums during the mid-1800s. The town is run by the criminal “Bill the Butcher,” and when Amsterdam was just a kid, he witnessed the vicious murder of his father. Bill stabbed Amsterdam’s father, and he hadn’t forgotten about that event.

He kept the knife that Billy had used to stab and wanted to avenge the murder of his father. Leo’s performance in the movie was exceptional, and later, he did other films with Scorsese.

Marvin’s Room (1996)

Director: Jerry Zaks

Writer: John Guare, based on the play by Scott McPherson

Starring Meryl Streep, Leonardo DiCaprio, Diane Keaton, Robert DeNiro, and Hume Cronyn

The act that Leo portrayed as the disturbed teen was way beyond perfect. In the movie, Leo adopts the character of Hanks, a young man who tries to set his whole house on fire and gets kept in a mental institution.

In short, the film is about two estranged sisters who reunite again because one needs a bone marrow transplant. The movie has everything you need. It is sentimental, touching, and heartwarming, and it couldn’t have been possible without such incredible cast members.

DiCaprio was also nominated for his first Screen Actors Guild Award. Still, it wasn’t surprising to the fans because he was already set for the Oscars. People knew that Leo was already a talented individual by that time.

J. Edgar (2011)

Director: Clint Eastwood

Writer: Dustin Lance Black

Starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Naomi Watts, Armie Hammer, and Judi Dench

Clint Eastwood’s J. Edgar received many negative reviews for the movies, and we have no idea who we should blame for this. The film asked a lot from Leonardo DiCaprio, he had to look aged, and his appearance was changed entirely. He looked like a monster and barely had any passion while playing this role.

We can’t blame Leo for his performance because he really didn’t get the support he was looking for from his members, and even the script used to alternate in between. The movie gained many negative reviews, but Leo did his best to play the role.

His act was acknowledged, and DiCaprio earned the eighth Golden Globe nomination and the eighth nomination for a Screen Actors Guild Award. From our point of view, this was still not enough. The role he portrayed was worth an Oscar nomination.

The Great Gatsby (2013)

Director: Baz Luhrmann

Writers: Baz Luhrmann, Craig Pearce.

Starring: Leonardo DiCaprio, Tobey Maguire, Carey Mulligan, Joel Edgerton, and Isla Fisher. 

Baz Luhrmann is known for making the epic Romeo + Juliet. Leo joined him again to act in The Great Gatsby, initially inspired by F. Scott Fitzgerald’s borderline-unfilmable novel.

And let us tell you, Leo perfectly portrayed the role of Jay Gatsby, a wealthy man that has gained suspicious somehow for that. He throws parties and invites some famous guests just to let his friend Nick Carraway (Tobey Maguire) know that he’s throwing all these parties just in hopes that the woman he loves, Daisy Buchanan (Carey Mulligan), will show up.

We know that every film of Buz Luhrmann is filled with styles, but Leo has added more meaning and depth to the movie. This was also the movie that brought portrayed a natural smile of DiCaprio. He had “one of those rare smiles that you may come across four or five times in life, that seemed to believe in you and understand you just as you would like to be understood and believed in.”

Blood Diamond (2006)

Director: Edward Zwick

Writers: Charles Leavitt, Marshall Herskovitz

Starring: Leonardo DiCaprio, Jennifer Connelly, Djimon Hounsou, Michael Sheen

The challenges that DiCaprio chooses to do something inspiring for all the actors. He challenges himself if he can do the South African accent. He finds the length of his difficulties and his commitment to his role as Danny Archer genuinely inspiring.

His act was at such a peak that it gained him an Oscar nomination that year. The movie’s story is fascinating. Danny Archer and Solomon Vandy travel to smuggle some valuable diamonds. On their quest, they discover a rare pink diamond.

Leonardo perfectly portrayed the South African accent and also achieved many nominations for his performance; he earned a third Academy Award nomination, a sixth Golden Globe nod, and a seventh Screen Actors Guild nomination.

Don’s Plum (2001)

Director: R. D. Robb

Writers: Bethany Ashton, Tawd Beckman, R.D. Robb, David Stutman, and Dale Wheatley

Starring: Leonardo DiCaprio, Tobey Maguire, and Kevin Connolly

You know the actors have performed S-tier performances when the movie gets hit despite having a no-budget, black-and-white indie. The film has never been theatrically released, but it still has gained a lot of fame, thanks to the fantastic actors Toby Maguire and Leonardo DiCaprio. The film is also known as; “Leonardo DiCaprio and his crony Tobey Maguire don’t want you to see!”

The movie has a classic vintage story of a group of teens meeting in a diner called Don’s Plum. The film has an exciting account; it is a masterpiece of a ’90s timepiece and must be because of co-stars like; Leo, Maguire, Kevin Connolly, Jenny Lewis, and many other actors.

The Quick and the Dead (1995)

Director: Sam Rami

Writers: Simon Moore

Starring: Sharon Stone, Gene Hackman, Russell Crowe, Roberts Blossom, Kevin Conway, Lance Henriksen, Pat Hingle, Gary Sinise, and Leonardo DiCaprio

Sami Rami perfectly displayed the theme of the movie with a Western style. The film’s story is also interesting, with DiCaprio as the arrogant young cowboy. He showed his performance so well that even Sharon Stone said, “He’s so good, it’s scary,” to EW in 1995. “I was dying to have him be in this movie. I would have carried the boy on my back to the set every day if that’s what it would have taken.”

In the movie, DiCaprio shows his audience that he can just play any role with perfection. He can be terrified, kooky, fantastic, everything. Leo has truly dedicated the western style in this movie.

The Revenant (2015)

Director: Alejandro G. Iñárritu

Writers:  Mark L. Smith, Alejandro G. Iñárritu

Starring: Leonardo DiCaprio, Tom Hardy, Domhnall Gleeson

How can we forget the Oscar-winning performance of Leonardo DiCaprio? Leonardo finally showed his epic performance and won the Oscars after getting attacked by a bear, Eats Raw Bison Liver, and freezing himself to death.

He deserved the Oscar because he fought against bizarre natures while filming the movie. He was battling against ice-cold rivers, unstable weather, predators, and many more. Even To, Hardy stated that he was surviving in the most immersive way a person can imagine.

He even told Variety, “Sometimes it was just ‘[Hugh] Glass walks up a hill, and the bear fur weighs 120 pounds wet, and I’m freezing my ass off, and it became some of the most difficult stuff to do.” The act that Leo portrayed in the movie can be explained as “action is a character,”

Even when we look at Leo’s character, it is perfectly done. Leo had a sweet-child face; to remake it and look like a struggling man, the directors had to work with several types of facial hair. The directors also played a vital role in giving depth to his performance.

Romeo + Juliet (1996)

Director: Baz Luhrman 

Based on: Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare

Starring: Leonardo DiCaprio, Claire Danes, Brian Dennehy, John Leguizamo, Pete Postlethwaite, Paul Sorvino, and Diane Venora

DiCaprio and Clare Danes couldn’t have portrayed the character more perfectly in Shakespeare’s adaptation. His first collaboration with Baz Luhrmann was perfect. The auditions fell in love with the movie, and that couldn’t have been possible without the iconic act of Leonardo DiCaprio.

Leonardo knows perfectly how actually the movie works. If it wasn’t for his genius and Baz’s direction, the movie’s outcome could’ve ended up as a big failure. The emotions and chemistry he portrayed in the film were top-tier, and this success was just the groundwork for what he would achieve from Titanic.

This Boy’s Life (1993)

Director: Michael Caton-Jones

Based on: This Boy’s Life by Tobias Wolff

Starring: Robert De Niro, Ellen Barkin, Leonardo DiCaprio

Leonardo DiCaprio was a genius and clever from an early age. He wasn’t afraid of anything. Despite his young age, he delivered a masterpiece on the adaptation of Tobias Wolff.

Leo did his perfect as by playing the role of Toby, the loving son of her single mom Ellen Barkin. But Toby’s life seems to go in the wrong direction after his mother shacks up with  Robert De Niro, respectable but domineering and abusive.

The movie will make you ride on a rollercoaster of emotions; the film is touching, powerful, and shares a strong bond connection. At such a young age, Leonardo proved his skills were already out of the chart.

Shutter Island (2010)

Director: Martin Scorsese

Based on: Shutter Island by Dennis Lehane

Starring: Leonardo DiCaprio, Mark Ruffalo, Ben Kingsley, Michelle Williams, Emily Mortimer, Patricia Clarkson, and Max von Sydow

Before Inception smashed the Hollywood char, Leonardo showed an exceptional psychological thriller with the help of Martin Scorsese. The nature of the film was filled with mystery. The haunted mystery filled the movie with commotion, and Leonardo portrayed his role perfectly.

The story begins in a mysterious asylum where Leo plays the investigator trying to search for a cryptic inmate at an insane asylum. He starts to do a deep investigation only to discover that he is looking after his personality.

The movie has an insane twist, and the character Leo shows in the film is beyond insane. This will remain one of the underrated movies because it was virtually removed from awards consideration.

What’s Eating Gilbert Grape (1993)

Director: Lasse Hallström

Based on: What’s Eating Gilbert Grape by Peter Hedges

Starring: Johnny Depp, Juliette Lewis, Mary Steenburgen, Leonardo DiCaprio, and John C. Reilly

No words are enough to describe how perfectly Leonardo has played the role of Arnie, a mentally unstable brother of Johnny Depp. It’s still hard to believe that at the age of 19, Leonardo was able to put a performance this high.

He was too young, but his actions couldn’t have been more perfect. It was the definition of perfection. He did his role so perfectly that Leonardo won his first  Academy Award nomination. Perfecting the part of a mentally unstable character is never easy. Still, the emotion and act that Leo has placed in the movie is a chief’s kiss.

The Wolf of Wall Street (2013)

Director: Martin Scorsese

Writer: Terence Winter

Starring: Leonardo DiCaprio, Jonah Hill, Margot Robbie, and Matthew McConaughey

When you ask people about the best film that Martin Scorsese has, The Wolf of Wall Street will always come at the top. The movie is a masterpiece, and to this date, it is still considered one of the best acts that Leonardo has done.

While watching this masterpiece, you’ll feel the words of Jordan Belfort “There’s no nobility in poverty, I’ve been a poor man, and I’ve been a rich man. And I choose rich every fucking time.” It was a performance that the whole globe remembered.

Leonardo played the role so perfectly that he forgot about winning an Oscar; he should’ve won Nobel Peace Prize for this one.

Catch Me If You Can (2002)

Director: Steven Spielberg

Writer: Jeff Nathanson

Starring: Leonardo DiCaprio, Tom Hanks, Christopher Walken, Amy Adams

Steven Spielberg perfectly directed the real-life crime movie, and it went on to hit a blockbuster. Still, it wouldn’t have been so popular if he hadn’t carefully selected the cast member.

Leonardo portrayed the role of 19-year-old Frank Abagnale, Jr., a doctor, lawyer, pilot, and millionaire. DiCaprio showed that he can simultaneously describe the perfect vicious role by looking innocent. Leonardo again shut the doors of complaint with his position and showed the world that he could take any part!

The movie has to be one of the best, showing a fraction of Leonardo’s perfection. At the film’s beginning, we can see how Leonardo tries to cope with the breakup of their parents, and in the next moment, he becomes a billionaire. This was an Oscar-winning performance, but he only earned his third nomination for a Golden Globe Award.

Django Unchained (2012)

Director: Quentin Tarantino

Writer: Quentin Tarantino

Starring Jamie Foxx, Christoph Waltz, Leonardo DiCaprio, Kerry Washington, Samuel L. Jackson, Walton Goggins

If you ask fans of Leanordo in which movie he has shown his best character, they will say Django Unchained for sure. To this date, his role in Django Unchained is one of the movies where Leonardo shows his true character as the ‘most evil.’

DiCaprio portrayed the role of Calvin Candie, the person who is known for being filthy and dirty. He is a man who captures, breeds, and forces his slave to fight with each other. In simpler words, he is a delusional monster, a murderous psychotic.

DiCaprio has perfectly adapted the persona of Southern decadence. He has repeatedly shown the world that he can change his charismatic character into something pure evil. He portrayed the role of slave owner Calvin Candie so perfectly that he even won his ninth nomination for a Golden Globe Award.

The Aviator (2004)

Director: Martin Scorsese

Writer: John Logan

Starring: Leonardo DiCaprio, Cate Blanchett, Alan Alda, John C, Reilly, Alan Alda, and Kate Beckinsale

Leonardo can take on any role. He can portray the role of a monster, a mentally disturbed kid, to a tormented American aviator, Howard Hughes. When we look at the movie, we know that director Martin Scorsese knows which cast member he should choose.

The movie has a duration of three hours. In that duration, DiCaprio has perfectly displayed Hughes as a young playboy billionaire, a daredevil innovator, a starlet romance, and a madman.

DiCaprio was so good in this role that it was unexplainable. His act was worth an Oscar, but unfortunately, Jamie Foxx took the award for his role as Ray Charles. He didn’t get the Oscar, but he earned his second Academy Award nomination and his third plus fourth Screen Actors Guild nominations.

Inception (2010)

Director: Christopher Nolan

Writer: Christopher Nolan

Starring: Leonardo DiCaprio, Ken Watanabe, Marion Cotillard, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Ellen Page, Tom Hardy, and Tom Berenger

When Christopher Nolan and Leonardo collabos with each other, we know what it is going to result in, and that is another blockbuster. Nolans is known for his remarkable work in directing, sprawling action sequences, and for specializing the character work.

The movie was challenging. There were challenges for a high-concept sci-fi. He succeeded in making that, and even though Leo didn’t have much sci-fi screen time, he placed his character perfectly with his emotions. He managed to steal the reality from the audience.

Leonardo targeted the mindset of his audience and managed to put them in such a commotion that they couldn’t figure out if they were living in a dream or reality. Even the soundtrack by Hans Zimmer helped to add a layer of confusion to the fans.

Is it a dream or reality? That’s what happens after you’ll watch Inception.

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (2019)

Director: Quentin Tarantino

Writer: Quentin Tarantino 

Starring: Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt, Margot Robbie, Al Pacino, Emile Hirsch, Kurt Russell, and Margaret Qualley

When we watch a movie, we always expect the character to show us some humourous moments but also melancholy. In Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, Leonardo played the role of Rick Dalton to perfection.

There are so many iconic moments in the ninth movie by Quentin Tarantino. From small to big, the film has filled its audience with pure happiness and melancholy. Leonardo has proved that he can make his audience laugh at some point and make them cry.

The events in the movie are surprising, and it’s amusing to see how Leo has recreated the vintage movie/TV role. DiCaprio didn’t win the Oscars and lost to Joaquin Phoenix. However, his actions will still remain a masterpiece in the industry.

The Departed (2006)

Director: Martin Scorsese

Writer: William Monahan

Starring: Leonardo DiCaprio, Matt Damon, Jack Nicholson, Mark Wahlberg, Martin Sheen, and Alec Baldwin

The Departed has to be one of the most underrated movies by Martin Scorsese. This was Martin’s first movie that helped him win his only Best Director trophy. With that in mind, many fans have already forgotten the iconic role of Leonardo as Billy Costigan.

The role Leo portrayed was perfection, it must’ve been hard to compete against some of the finest actors like Mark Wahlberg, Matt Damon, and Jack Nicolson, but he still showed the depth of his role to the fans.

Billy Costigan works as an undercover cop to get information against the Irish-American mob in South Boston led by gangster Frank Costello. His character truly satisfies the heart of the audience. For his iconic role as Billy Costigan, he was nominated for his fifth Golden Globe Award and his fifth and sixth Screen Actors Guild nods.

Don’t Look Up (2021)

Director: Adam McKay

Writer: Adam McKay

Starring: Leonardo DiCaprio, Jennifer Lawrence, Rob Morgan, Jonah Hill, Mark Rylance, Tyler Perry, Timothée Chalamet, Ron Perlman, Ariana Grande, Kid Cudi, Cate Blanchett, and Meryl Streep

When you work on a project with prominent actors, the movie will already be a bit. Still, at the same time, there are numerous challenges that the film needs to face. In the case of fo Adam McKay, he has perfectly balanced the roles of actors and managed to deliver a blockbuster in the industry.

Leonardo plays the role of Dr. Randall Mindy, an astronomy professor who finds information on a planet-killing comet. He tries to warn the world about the comet, but the whole world ignores him. DiCaprio has perfectly displayed his role as a professor and gives the audience some furious moments.

The movie had some of the best actors from around the globe. It was hard to cooperate and balance their roles. Still, Adam McKay gives a glimpse into the world of how capable he is, and Leonardo helps add more depth to the sci-fi movie.

Titanic (1997)

Director: James Cameron

Writer: James Cameron

Starring: Leonardo DiCaprio, Kate Winslet, Billy Zane, Kathy Bates, Gloria Stuart, Frances Fisher. 

James Cameron is known for making some of the biggest hits in cinemas. Avatar became the first highest-grossing movie ever made, and when you look at the list, you’ll find Titanic in the third number. Cameron is set to release Avatar: The Way of Water in December. Maybe it’ll be added to the top of the list again.

After December 19, 1997, Leonardo became the most famous actor worldwide. The movie is a mark of history that can never be removed. To add some mesmerizing moments in history, Leo has perfectly displayed his character as Jack Dawson, which tore the audience.

It will be remembered as one of the most remarkable movies ever directed by James Cameron and played by Leonardo DiCaprio. His romantic chemistry with Kate Winslet is also recorded in the history book. The movie was simply marvelous, and the act of Leo was indeed a masterpiece.

He didn’t win the Oscar as Jack Dawson. Still, he earned his second nomination for a Golden Globe Award and his second nomination for a Screen Actors Guild Award.

What was Leonardo DiCaprio’s biggest hit?

Leonardo has played roles in some blockbuster movies. Still, when we look at the chart of highest-grossing films, we’ll find Titanic in the third rank. DiCaprio has adopted the role of Jack, and his performance is considered one of the most iconic of all time.

The performance that Leonardo put on Jack was genuinely inspiring. It almost seemed like history got repeated once again with no mistakes.

What was Leonardo DiCaprio’s most challenging role?

The most demanding role that Leonardo DiCaprio had to play was in the movie “The Revenant.” “It was the most difficult film I think we have ever done.” He had to go through some extreme climates, and according to Director Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu, the movie’s environment was 30-below temperatures.

The director said, “Conditions were against us all the time.” He even stated why the old was a big challenge for him; “I’m a tropical man from Mexico City.”

Total Leonardo DiCaprio’s movies and TV series

Here’s the list of movies featuring Leonardo DiCaprio along with their release dates:

Movie Title Release Date
The Revenant 2015
The Audition (Short) 2015
The Wolf of Wall Street 2013
The Great Gatsby 2013
Django Unchained 2012
J. Edgar 2011
Inception: The Cobol Job (Video) 2010
Inception 2010
Shutter Island 2010
Revolutionary Road 2008
Body of Lies 2008
Blood Diamond 2006
The Departed 2006
The Aviator 2004
Catch Me If You Can 2002
Gangs of New York 2002
Don’s Plum 2001
The Man in the Iron Mask 1998
Titanic 1997
Marvin’s Room 1996
Romeo + Juliet 1996
Total Eclipse 1995
The Basketball Diaries 1995
The Quick and the Dead 1995
What’s Eating Gilbert Grape 1993
This Boy’s Life 1993
Poison Ivy 1992
Critters 3 1991
Parenthood 1990-1991
Roseanne 1988-2018
Santa Barbara 1984-1993
The Outsiders 1990
The New Lassie 1989-1992

What was Leonardo DiCaprio’s first big hit?

The first big hit of Leonardo Dicaprio was Robert De Niro in This Boy’s Life (1993).

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