Charlie Sheen Movies

Charlie Sheen

Charlie Sheen

Want to know the best Charlie Sheen movies?  How about the worst Charlie Sheen movies?  Curious about Charlie Sheen’s box office grosses or which Charlie Sheen movie picked up the most Oscar® nominations? Need to know which Charlie Sheen movie got the best reviews from critics and audiences and which got the worst? Well you have come to the right place….because we have all of that information.

A few years ago Sunshine625 requested a movie page that ranked all of the Sheen family’s movies.  So I put them all on one huge movie page.  It turned out well but it was probably a little too long….and the Google search gods never liked the page….so the views were pretty bad.  Well now that we are moving to a new website….I figured I give each Sheen/Estevez their very own page.  Their new individual links….Emilio Estevez, Charlie Sheen and Martin Sheen.

Charlie Sheen (1965-) is an actor who now mainly appears on television shows but has starred in over 30 movies as well.  His IMDb page shows 79 acting credits from 1973-2015. This page will rank 33 Charlie Sheen movies from Best to Worst in six different sortable columns of information. Television shows, shorts, cameos and movies that were not released in theaters were not included in the rankings.

Charlie Sheen in 1986's Platoon

Charlie Sheen in 1986’s Platoon

Charlie Sheen Movies Can Be Ranked 6 Ways In This Table

The really cool thing about this table is that it is “user-sortable”. Rank the movies anyway you want.

  • Sort Charlie Sheen movies by co-stars of his movies.
  • Sort Charlie Sheen movies by adjusted domestic box office grosses using current movie ticket cost (in millions)
  • Sort Charlie Sheen movies by yearly domestic box office rank
  • Sort Charlie Sheen movies how they were received by critics and audiences.  60% rating or higher should indicate a good movie.
  • Sort by how many Oscar® nominations and how many Oscar® wins each Charlie Sheen movie received.
  • Sort Charlie Sheen movies by Ultimate Movie Rankings (UMR) Score.  UMR Score puts box office, reviews and awards into a mathematical equation and gives each movie a score.
  • Use the search button and sort button to make this table very interactive.
RankMovie (Year)UMR Co-Star LinksAdj. B.O. Domestic (mil)Box Office Rank by YearCritic Audience RatingOscar Nom / WinUMR Score
Platoon (1986)Tom Berenger & Willem Dafoe$314.803rd of 198684.00%08 / 0481.08
Ferris Bueller's Day Off (1986)Matthew Broderick$159.4010th of 198681.50%00 / 0062.71
Major League (1989)Tom Berenger & Wesley Snipes$105.7026th of 198977.00%00 / 0053.05
Wall Street (1987)Michael Douglas & Directed by Oliver Stone$94.5026th of 198775.50%01 / 0150.99
Hot Shots! (1991)Carey Elwes$139.1018th of 199159.50%00 / 0049.82
Being John Malkovich (1999)John Cusack & Cameron Diaz$38.1079th of 199985.50%03 / 0047.20
Scary Movie 3 (2003)Anna Faris$153.8022nd of 200344.50%00 / 0044.99
Red Dawn (1984)Patrick Swayze & C. Thomas Howell$96.3020th of 198457.00%00 / 0042.23
Hot Shots! Part Deux (1993)Lloyd Bridges$79.3041st of 199361.50%00 / 0041.30
Young Guns (1988)Emilio Estevez & James Coburn$93.7022nd of 198853.00%00 / 0039.97
Eight Men Out (1988)John Cusack$11.70116th of 198879.00%00 / 0038.95
Three Musketeers, The (1993)Keifer Sutherland$109.8021st of 199345.00%00 / 0038.62
Lucas (1986)Corey Haim$18.6081st of 198667.50%00 / 0034.60
Arrival, The (1996)Lindsay Crouse$26.80106th of 199662.50%00 / 0033.60
Money Talks (1997)Chris Tucker$75.2057th of 199737.00%00 / 0029.17
Rookie, The (1990)Clint Eastwood$43.1056th of 199047.33%00 / 0029.04
Courage Mountain (1990)Juliette Caton$2.80173rd of 199056.50%00 / 0027.02
All Dogs Go to Heaven 2 (1996)Ernest Borgnine$16.40133rd of 199651.00%00 / 0026.51
No Man's Land (1987)D.B. Sweeney$6.20134th of 198753.50%00 / 0026.17
Men at Work (1990)Emilio Estevez$32.4073rd of 199043.50%00 / 0025.44
Cadence (1991)Martin Sheen$4.10144th of 199152.00%00 / 0025.08
Navy Seals (1990)Michael Biehn$50.0050th of 199035.50%00 / 0024.43
Machete Kills (2013)Mel Gibson$8.30138th of 201347.00%00 / 0023.59
Major League II (1994)Tom Berenger$63.3045th of 199427.50%00 / 0023.41
Three for the Road (1987)Kerri Green$3.30163rd of 198747.50%00 / 0022.83
Wisdom (1987)Emilio Estevez$12.30104th of 198744.00%00 / 0022.61
Chase, The (1994)Kristy Swanson$16.40119th of 199442.00%00 / 0022.40
Terminal Velocity (1994)Nastassja Kinski$34.1087th of 199433.50%00 / 0021.36
Wraith, The (1986)Randy Quaid$8.00122nd of 198642.00%00 / 0021.06
Big Bounce, The (2004)Owen Wilson & Morgan Freeman$8.80173rd of 200432.00%00 / 0016.44
Scary Movie 5 (2013)Simon Rex$32.5089th of 201321.50%00 / 0015.48
Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charles Swan III, A (2013)Bill Murray$0.01417th of 201332.00%00 / 0015.06
Shadow Conspiracy (1997)Donald Sutherland$4.20170th of 199729.00%00 / 0014.32
Deadfall (1993)Michael Biehn & Nicolas Cage$0.02252nd of 199319.50%00 / 009.18

Stats and Possibly Interesting Things From The Above Charlie Sheen Table

  1. Six Charlie Sheen movies crossed the magical $100 million domestic gross mark.  That is a percentage of 18.18% of his movies listed. Platoon (1986) is his biggest box office hit.
  2. An average Charlie Sheen movie grosses $54.80 million in adjusted box office gross.
  3. Using RottenTomatoes.com’s 60% fresh meter.  9 of Charlie Sheen’s movies are rated as good movies…or 27.27% of his movies.  Being John Malkovich (1999)  his highest rated movie while Deadfall (1993) was his lowest rated movie.
  4. Three Charlie Sheen movie received at least one Oscar® nomination in any category…..or 9.09% of his movies.
  5. Two Charlie Sheen movies won at least one Oscar® in any category…..or 6.06% of his movies.
  6. An average Ultimate Movie Rankings (UMR) Score is 40.00.  9 Charlie Sheen movies scored higher than that average….or 26.47% of his movies.  Platoon (1986) got the the highest Cogerson Movie Score while Deadfall (1993) got the lowest Cogerson Movie Score.
Charlie Sheen in 1986's Ferris Bueller's Day Off

Charlie Sheen in 1986’s Ferris Bueller’s Day Off

10 Possibly Interesting Facts About the Sheen/Estevez Family

1. Ramon Estevez came up with his screen name Charlie Sheen, by using the name of a casting director that gave him his first big break, Robert Martin, with a televangelist archbishop that he admired, Fulton J. Sheen.

2. Three of Charlie Sheen’s acting children kept the family name, while Carlos became Charlie Sheen.

3. The Sheen/Estevez acting family has appeared in three Best Picture Oscar® winners…..those movies are 1982’s Gandhi, 1986’s Platoon and 2006’s The Departed. The Sheen/Estevez acting family has also starred in the two greatest Vietnam movies ever: Apocalypse Now and Platoon.

4. The Sheen/Estevez acting family has appeared in three Stephen King novels turned into movies…those movies are 1983’s The Dead Zone, 1984’s Firestarter and 1986’s Maximum Overdrive.

5. Charlie Sheen has never been nominated for an Oscar®…but does have one Golden Globe® nomination for Best Supporting Actor in 1968’s The Subject Was Roses. On the TV side he has 7 Golden Globe® nominations with one win and 10 Emmy® nominations with one win. Charlie Sheen also is without an Oscar® nomination. He has starred in three television programs. He won a Golden Globe® for Spin City and received 2 Golden Globe® nominations and 4 Emmy® nominations for Two and Half Men. His current show is called Anger Management.

6. Charlie Sheen has moved from acting in movies to directing movies over the last decade. He has directed 5 motion pictures so far. This includes directing his dad in 2010’s The Way which got Charlie Sheen excellent reviews.

7. Charlie Sheen was an original member of the 1980’s Brat Pack. As a child he was friends with Rob Lowe, Sean Penn, and Chris Penn. They would regularly make movies using a movie camera….I bet those would be interesting to see.

8. Not to exclude the other Estevez actors…..Ramon Estevez has 19 acting credits on IMDB….his next project is called Whispers. Renee Estevez has 43 acting credits on IMDB…her last project was The Way which starred Martin and was directed by Emilio.

9. Projects that were turned down or seriously considered for: Charlie Sheen was in the running to play Michael in The Godfather, Al Pacino got the part and screen history. Charlie Sheen was signed to play the lead role in Platoon….but a two year delay in production meant Charlie Sheen got the role. Charlie Sheen was considered for the Tom Cruise role in Born on the Fourth of July.

10. The Sheens/Estevezs have worked together in many many projects….some of the most successful collarborations were: Martin and Charlie played father and son in the Oscar® winning movie Wall Street, Charlie and Emilio both appeared in Young Guns which is one of their bigger box office hits. Martin appeared in the Golden Globe® Best Picture nominee Bobby which was directed by Emilio Estevez.

Check out Charlie Sheen’s career compared to current and classic actors.  Most 100 Million Dollar Movies of All-Time.

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30 thoughts on “Charlie Sheen Movies

  1. I have always enjoyed Charlie the actor. Never a fan of his personal life. But his recent news is just sad. Hopefully others will learn from his mistakes. Nice website. I will have to return.

    1. Hey Chuckie….good comment. You make some really good points. Hopefully you are correct and somebody will learn from his mistakes. Thanks for the nice words about our website. Look forward to your return.

  2. Positive thoughts and well wishes to Charlie Sheen!! I hope rumors aren’t true and Charlie isn’t HIV positive but if it’s true I’m sure he will handle it well, like he always does, #Winning.

    1. Hey Sunshine….sadly the rumors were true. That being said it seems that his medical care is keeping in pretty good shape. Thanks for stopping by…your long ago requested page has become one of my more popular pages….and that was BEFORE the news came out.

    1. Gotta admit Ian hanson…..I am not aware of Charlie Sheen and his band. A quick google search does not help out either….but I will keep checking.

  3. What an acting family! They sure have made a lot of movies when they are all put together. I’m not a Charlie Sheen fan, but I love Martin and Emilio. They are two fine actors. Thanks for another informative, fact finding, and informative movie page.!

    1. Hey suzettenaples….thanks for the comment and the compliment. I can understand why Charlie is not a favorite…but I am glad you like Martin and Emilio. I still can not figure out why Emilio pretty much stopped making movies…..maybe he will go back to acting one day

  4. I really enjoyed reading about the Sheen family. Charlie Sheen is one of my favorite actors. I miss him on ‘ Two and a half men.’ I continue to watch the reruns. Martin is a great actor too. I haven’t followed Emilio’s work that much. Thank you, Great movie page..

    1. Thanks for the visit always exploring(I like your name a lot). I am glad you enjoyed reading my hub on the Sheen family. I agree with you 100% about Charlie and Two and Half Men. Back in the day Emilio was the bigger star of the two brothers….not really sure why he stopped acting in movies….but he is missed on the big screen.

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