For a guy who is still recovering from crashing a plane on a golf course, Harrison Ford is having a pretty solid week. His latest movie, Age of Adaline hits theaters this weekend, and just a few days ago we got our first look at the 72-year-old actor returning to one of his most beloved roles, as we saw him show up, with Chewbacca in tow, at the end of the new Star Wars: The Force Awakens trailer.

Riding high on this wave of nostalgia and the chills that moment sent down our spine, as well as the fact that he has a new movie on the way, this seems like a perfect time to countdown our favorite roles of Harrison Ford’s career. With a resume as long and distinguished as his, this is no easy task, but we’ve wracked our brains and come up with what we think is a strong list. Let us know if you agree or disagree and what your choices would be.

10. Bob Falfa, American Graffiti
1950s hot rod enthusiast Bob Falfa isn’t a major player in American Graffiti, but he is notable for a couple of reasons. It shows off what a young Harrison Ford can do when it comes to playing a charming rogue, as well as playing a guy with a dubious relationship with both the law who may not always play nice with others. He’s not on screen for very long, but certainly shows off an outlaw flair that comes to fruition a few years later in Star Wars, not to mention the fact that he has a pretty good grip on how to handle a fast, powerful vehicle. Graffiti also marks the first collaboration between Ford and a little filmmaker named George Lucas, and their teamwork over the years would go on to, at least in large part, define Ford’s career and help launch him into the stratosphere.

Blended From Around The Web



Hot Topics

Cookie Settings
Gateway Blend ©copyright 2018