Weekly Top 5 Countdown…. Top 5 Dennis Quaid Films

March 8, 2010 at 8:53 pm | Posted in Film, Top 5 countdown | 5 Comments
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Well, It’s about time for a new weekly countdown I think! Thanks for the positive feedback for the last list (Top 5 Kevin Costner films here ). Hope you all enjoy :

Number 5 – Savior (1998) ( ManCry review here)

This is classic Dennis Quaid. Great film and well played by Quaid. This had me in tears at the end, in the way only Quaid can pull off. If you haven’t seen it you should , pure classic. Dennis Quaid is so good, he can make a stupidly oversized, non shaped beret look GOOD!

Number 4 – The Day After Tomorrow (2004)

An enjoyable film, even though perhaps not the most realistic! Dennis Quaid playing a Dad in search for his son. You can’t really go wrong from there! Some good CGI effects and action scene. Nice to see Dennis still has his touch on the big screen after all these years. Keep rocking Dennis!

Nice little montage below

Number 3 – Vantage Point (2008)

I enjoyed this film – Dennis Quaid kicking ass as the president’s security. Some good action scenes and twists in the plot made this one the list in my opinion. Some great stuff from Quaid as usual. I wonder if the president has seen this film and would actually consider Dennis Quaid as his security guard? I think he should…..

Number 2 – Wyatt Earp (1994)

Dennis Quaid is simply awesome in this. He lost a shit load of weight to play the role and plays Doc Holliday superbly. One of my favourite films (number 1 on my top 5 Kevin Costner films here) and it just wouldn’t be the same without Quaid in it. Superb stuff!


Number 1- Frequency  (2000) (ManCry review here)


This is by far my favourite Dennis Quaid movie! I cried to this as usual. The parts over the radio between the dad and son and are just priceless. “I love you son” hmmmm. If only we could all speak to family members over an old radio, the world would be a far, far better place! Classic performance by Quaid with a movie ending that blew my mind. This one is a MUST see for anyone who wants a ManCry and who enjoys a bit of “old Quaid”

Little chief… hmmmmmmm

(I just watched the above video… I’m in pieces….. I love you son hmmmmmmm)

Well that’s another Top 5 films done Gentlemen. I hope you enjoyed my personal list and comments or feedback very welcome. Any ideas for the next weekly top 5? Then get writing below….

Have a great weekend little chiefs everywhere (hmmmmm)

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  1. Frequency is also my favorite movie of Dennis’. It is the movie where I first became a fan of Dennis Quaid. I have seen all of his movies and as hard as it is to choose only 5 favorites, I like your choices for the top 5 Dennis Quaid movies.

    Other favorites of mine are The Rookie, The Big Easy, Dreamscape, Inner Space and Undercover Blues. The nice thing about Dennis’ acting is that he is so natural, you forget he is acting and the fact that he is not typecast makes it enjoyable to see how he interprets the roles.

    • Hi Vicki,

      Thanks a alot for your positive feedback! I am pleased you agree with Frequency as number 1, although yes many films aren’t on the list but it was hard to choose. If you have a blog or site you would like me to promote then please just let me know, happy to help. Otherwise keep coming back or make suggestions for our next top 5 list. Feel free to tell a friend or too about us. Have a great weekend!

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