The Top 10 Mark Wahlberg Movies

Top Mark Wahlberg Movies: This one is for all Marky Mark fans.

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Mark Robert Michael Wahlberg, also known as Marky Mark, began his entertainment career in the early 90s. Gaining his start in the music business, Mark was part of the famous boy-band: Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch. Interestingly, it wasn’t until the mid-90s when Mark Wahlberg began his transition to cinema.

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In the 26 years since his movie career began, there have been 60+ movie features from the Hollywood A-list actor.

However, his long resume creates a bit of a conundrum. For those determined to watch a good movie, where does one start? Which movies should you watch first — if you want to see Mark Wahlberg’s best work? For answers, we will turn to the one universal source for all movie reviews — Rotten Tomatoes.

Rotten Tomatoes: Mark Wahlberg Movies

Rotten Tomatoes has taken it upon themselves to rank the top 43 Mark Wahlberg movies. Their rankings derive from a consensus of critics. In other words, it is a list of movies that the critics prefer. This ranking does not include the other popular barometer — the audience score.

This is an important distinction to make because… You may not agree with the top 10 list of Mark Wahlberg movies.

In fact, most people won’t agree with the critic’s list because there is always some level of separation between the critic’s score and the audience’s score. However, if you want to get started on Mark Wahlberg movies, the list is a good starting point.

Top 10 Mark Wahlberg Movies, Ranked by Rotten Tomatoes

  1. Three Kings (1999)
  2. Boogie Nights (1997)
  3. The Departed (2006)
  4. The Fighter (2010)
  5. Deepwater Horizon (2016)
  6. Patriot’s Day (2017)
  7. Traveller (1997)
  8. The Other Guys (2010)
  9. All the Money in the World (2017)
  10. Lone Survivor (2014)


What do you think? Any movies missing from the list? How about:

  • Ted — Ranked 13th
  • Four Brothers — Ranked 19th
  • Lovely Bones — Ranked 33rd
  • Shooter — Ranked 24th

It was inevitable but at least the Rotten Tomatoes list provides some direction. Now you have your weekend list of movies to watch. Enjoy.

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