Best Miles Teller Movies, Ranked By Rotten Tomatoes Score | Pretty Reel

If you’re one of the many to contribute to the record-breaking $700 million gross of summer blockbuster Top Gun: Maverick, then you know Miles Teller well. Teller plays Lt. Bradley “Rooster” Bradshaw, son of the late LTJG Nick “Goose” Bradshaw. Before appearing alongside Tom Cruise in the highly anticipated 1986 sequel to Top Gun, Teller graduated from New York University’s Tisch School of Arts with a Bachelor of Fine Arts.

Since her time at NYU, Teller has amassed an impressive portfolio with performances in a variety of popular films. Of particular note is his performance in 2013’s The Spectacular Now, where he plays Sutter Keely, a charming but troubled teenager who falls in love with the more reserved and studious Aimee Finicky. His portrayal of Sutter Keely won him the Dramatic Special Jury Award for his role at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival. Here is a list of Miles Teller’s best films, ranked by Rotten Tomatoes Score.

6/6 Bleed For This (2016) – 70%

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Bleed For This, one of Teller’s lesser-known films, is the story of hit boxer Vinny “The Pazmanian Devil” Pazienza (via Bustle). Teller stars in this true story of superstardom, tragedy, and inspiring self-confidence overcoming incredible odds. After quickly rising to the top of the boxing world by winning two world title fights, Vinny Pazienza’s life is forever changed when he is involved in a near-fatal car accident. After doctors tell him he may not be able to walk without a career-ending spinal fusion, Vinny embarks on a long and grueling recovery that turns out to be his only chance at fighting back. new. With the help of his trainer, Kevin Rooney (Aaron Eckhart), Vinny endures his longest, toughest and most incredible fight to date. Bleed For This sits at a solid 70% on Rotten Tomatoes.

Rabbit Hole 5/6 (2010) – 87%

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Rabbit Hole, written by David Lindsay-Abaire and directed by John Cameron Mitchell, is a moving drama about a couple grieving the loss of their four-year-old son, scoring 87% on Rotten Tomatoes. Becca (Nicole Kidman) and Howie (Aaron Eckhart) struggle to find meaning and direction in their relationship as they navigate the different paths they take to grieve. While Howie feels the need to simmer in memory of her son, Becca takes a different approach when she begins to meet Jason (Miles Teller), the young man involved in the accident that killed her son. Alongside Kidman, Teller plays a pivotal role in this film based on the 2007 Pulitzer Prize-winning play of the same name.

4/6 Only the Brave (2017) – 87%

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Based on a true story, Only The Brave is an action-packed drama about the Granite Mountain Hot Shots. This group of specialist firefighters became local heroes in their hometown of Prescott, Arizona by successfully stopping a number of potentially deadly wildfires. Recently become a father, Brendan McDonough (Teller) joins the team of firefighters led by Eric Marsh (Josh Brolin) in order to offer a better life to his daughter. The crew trains hard to become one of the most elite firefighters in the country, and in the process, become more like family. All of their hard work and training becomes especially critical when they are asked to help bring a dangerous wildfire under control in Yarnell, Arizona. The film scored 87% on Rotten Tomatoes upon release.

3/6 The Spectacular Now (2013) – 91%


Teller plays teenager Sutter Keely in the coming-of-age love story The Spectacular Now, directed by James Ponsoldt. Sutter’s life changes when he wakes up from a long night of partying on his classmate Aimee Finicky’s (Shainlene Woodley) lawn. While Sutter is more of a charming and outgoing party animal, Aimee is reserved and quiet. The two start spending more time together and eventually fall in love over the course of the film. This heartfelt film, written by Scott Neustadter and Michael H. Weber, was a hit for Teller and won him the Special Jury Drama Prize at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival. It’s no surprise that The Spectacular Now has a 91% score on Rotten Tomatoes.

Whiplash 2/6 (2014) – 94%

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In Whiplash, which scored 94% on Rotten Tomatoes, Andrew Neiman (Teller) is a determined jazz drummer striving to become a member of his school’s most prestigious jazz ensemble. Andrew spends more time alone after school, training in hopes that his efforts will be rewarded. One of these evenings, he is approached by the famous conductor, Terence Fletcher (JK Simmons), who puts him through a series of intense drum exercises. Soon after, his ambitions were realized when he was chosen by Fletcher to join his elite jazz ensemble. What ensues is an intense and borderline violent relationship between teacher and student as Andrew does his best to meet the expectations of the man who seems determined to push him to his point of breakup.

1/6 Top Gun: Maverick — 96%

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Reprising his role as Pete “Maverick” Mitchell, Tom Cruise leads the cast in the highly anticipated sequel to 1986’s Top Gun, Top Gun: Maverick. Alongside Cruise, Jennifer Connelly, Jon Hamm, Val Kilmer and Ed Harris, Teller plays Top Gun graduate Lt. Bradley “Rooster” Bradshaw, the son of Pete Mitchell’s late friend Lt. Nick “Goose” Bradshaw. Under the recommendation of former rival Adm. Tom “Iceman” Kanzansky, Pete is brought in to form a group of Top Gun graduates for a special assignment. Directed by Joseph Kosinski, this summer blockbuster grossed over $700 million at the box office. It also scored 96% on Rotten Tomatoes, making it one of the highest rated films of the year.

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