Sandra Bullock is one of the most beloved stars in Hollywood today and arguably one of the best laugh-out-loud comedy actresses .

To show this list of her best films, where we will find some titles that could well be considered among the best comedies in the history of cinema, although there are also science fiction, fantasy, drama, action and more films.

The actress has not been afraid of anything in her more than thirty-year career . No matter what the new scripts offer her: last survivor in post-apocalyptic times, leader of a criminal gang, innocent heroine of a romantic comedy, astronaut in space, successful writer living adventures in the middle of the jungle, impromptu bus driver in an extreme situation… Sandra Bullock remains incombustible, like many of her fellow actors.

Not long ago we could see her in the funny ‘The Lost City’ alongside Channing Tatum, showing that her comic vision (which she has shown in the past with titles like ‘Special Bodies’ or ‘The Proposal’) is still completely intact . And soon? We won’t miss her with Brad Pitt in the action comedy ‘Bullet train’, which opens on August 5 and promises to become one of the best action movies of 2022. Meanwhile, let’s review some of the works from her succulent career.

15 . Lake House (Alejandro Agresti, 2006)

More than a decade after the adrenaline rush of ‘Speed’, Sandra Bullock and Keanu Reeves meet again in this romantic drama with touches of fantasy . A love story -which was a remake- by correspondence. Bullock and Reeves star in this calm, leisurely love story with a certain degree of originality, directed by Alejandro Agresti and, unfortunately, far from the best love movies in cinema history.

14. Demolition Man (Marco Brambilla, 1993)

Sandra Bullock was lucky to be in the early days of her acting career in this cult film (let’s mind she got a Razzie nomination), but even luckier was the film to have her. Time travel, 90s unapologetic action, Sylvester Stallone in his sauce… and the three shells, don’t forget. Bullock also co-starred with Wesley Snipes and Rob Schneider. It is not the film for which we will remember her, but it is a notable presence in her bulging filmography.

13.Ocean’s 8 (Gary Ross, 2018)

Who better than Sandra Bullock to replace George Clooney in the ‘Ocean’s’ saga? The actress was a worthy leader of this new gang of thieves, made up of Cate Blanchett, Helena Bonham Carter, Mindy Kaling, Rihanna, Awkwafina and Sarah Paulson. As we can see, the cast was perfect, the plan wasn’t too bad, and the result is entertaining. However, the plot was not as engaging as the previous ones in the franchise.

12. The Blind Side (A Possible Dream) (John Lee Hancock, 2009)

Things from Hollywood: despite the bad reviews it received and its white savior complex, ‘The Blind Side’ was the film that allowed Sandra Bullock to enter the list of winners of the Oscar for Best Actress . A film, based on true events, that had nothing special, but that became famous thanks to Bullock’s brilliant performance as a mother willing to do anything to support her adoptive son in her dreams.

11. Unforgivable (Nora Fingscheidt, 2021)

Remake of the ITV series created by Sally Wainwright , this film follows a woman who is released from prison and tries to put her life back together, but it’s not easy when the past keeps haunting you. Even so, the only thing that the protagonist wants from that past is to find the only family that remains of hers, her sister, who is related to the event that made her go to prison. Sandra Bullock brings the protagonist to life under the direction of Nora Fingscheidt, and, despite the bad reviews, it is claimed as one of the best Netflix movies of 2021.

10. Bird Box (Blind) (Susanne Bier, 2018)

One of the best Netflix original movies, ‘Blind Blind’ explored post-apocalyptic stories with Susanne Bier as director and Sandra Bullock as survivor . And, as the off-road actress that she is, she was given to cinema. The public suffered from her and had a hard time with her throughout the entire tape, but scabies gladly don’t itch. In the film, the world is plunged into complete chaos because of some strange creatures. Their power is apparently to cause the suicide of those who dare to look at them. The protagonist and her two children must find a safe place, but it will not be easy.

9. Practically Magic (Griffin Dunne, 1998)

Despite the fact that at the time it did not get too many good reviews, this film with romance and magic involved is currently seen as a film that condenses a lot of spirit from the late nineties . Nicole Kidman and Sandra Bullock were left -although it collided at first- as very well-matched sisters and with a lot of desire to do mischief and live love.

8. The Proposal (Anne Fletcher, 2009)

The romantic comedy has been disappearing from Hollywood, but luckily we have relatively contemporary (and hilarious) examples such as ‘The Proposal’, a film that follows the fake dating formula perfectly and offers us coffee for the most coffee-loving of the genre. The plot follows a dictatorial literary editor who is forced to force her secretary (Ryan Reynolds) to marry her so she won’t be deported to Canada after he forgot to renew her visa.

7. A Time to Kill (Joel Schumacher, 1996)

Based on the novel by John Grisham and with a script by Akiva Goldsman directed by Joel Schumacher, ‘A Time to Kill’ is a very remarkable film in Sandra Bullock’s filmography . With Matthew McConaughey, Samuel L. Jackson and Kevin Spacey also in the cast, this is a judicial drama marked by racism, where the case of a father who has murdered two young men who raped his daughter is taken to court. of 10 years.

6. The Lost City (Aaron Nee and Adam Nee, 2022)

Funny and romantic in equal measure, ‘The Lost City’ is a brilliant parody of the best adventure movies, with delirious Sandra Bullock and Channing Tatum leading the cast. It is a romantic comedy in which Bullock gives life to a novelist who is involved in an affair with the model on the cover of her latest novel. Wow, a kind of 21st century ‘After the Green Heart’ with great moments and a lot of sense of silliness.

5. Miss Special Agent (Donald Petrie, 2000)

It’s pretty unfair that this movie is so far down on this list. Although it approves on the famous Internet portal, for many this comedy is one of the great hits of the protagonist. (His sequel to her passes by the hairs, it has a 5.1)

4.Special Corps (Paul Feig, 2013)

Criminally underappreciated, “Special Bodies” may be Sandra Bullock’s funniest comedy , and one of the best action comedies of recent years. With Paul Feig (‘My Best Friend’s Wedding’) directing, the film follows an arrogant FBI detective who is reluctantly forced to work alongside an eccentric and impulsive local police officer.

3.While you were sleeping (Jon Turteltaub, 1995)

25 years ago, the actress dazzled us with this romantic comedy with that affable style that makes a story closer . Bill Pullman and Peter Gallagher starred in this film where a young subway ticket girl falls in love from a distance with a handsome executive who takes the subway every day and, when the man has an accident on the subway and she helps him, her family will believe that she is his girlfriend. And, well, how is she going to contradict them?

2. Speed: Maximum Power (Jan de Bont, 1994)

It’s ridiculous how damn entertaining and intense this Jan de Bont film is, an adrenaline-pumping action-adventure set on a moving bus with wonderful chemistry between Sandra Bullock and Keanu Reeves . Both of them on that bus left us one of the most emblematic samples of the action genre and one of the best movies of the 90s.

1. Gravity (Alfonso Cuarón, 2013)

If there is one film of his that was recognized by critics, it was ‘Gravity’ by Alfonso Cuarón, one of the best science fiction films in the history of cinema. The story of a process of acceptance of loss within a space adventure. A production in which the emotional went hand in hand with the technical . One of the stories with the most human weight in recent years. No wonder her director took the Oscar for Best Director, while Bullock could have taken her second statuette as an actress (she didn’t). He deserved it! Here we crown ‘Gravity’ as Sandra Bullock’s best film .