Primarily known for his television series "According to Jim," Jim Belushi has been in some great films and these four are the best Jim Belushi movies. Jim Belushi is younger brother to now deceased comedian John Belushi, and former member of Chicago's famed Second City improv troupe, which led Jim into a successful television and film career.
- "The Wild." The 2006 computer animated film "The Wild" has Jim Belushi as the voice for street savvy Benny the Squirrel. Benny is one of the main characters in "The Wild" story, and the best friend to Samson the Lion whose voice is Kiefer Sutherland.
- "Little Shop of Horrors." The 1986 cult classic "Little Shop of Horrors" is a musical, comedy, horror, and science fiction movie. Released in 1986 "Little Shop of Horrors" is a film adaptation of the Broadway musical that shares the same title. The plot revolves around nerdy florist Seymour Krelborn played by Rick Moranis who discovers and takes care of a blood thirsty plant. Jim Belushi plays Patrick Martin, an executive from World Botanical Enterprises that tries to obtain the rights to breed and sell the mysterious plant worldwide.
- "Curly Sue." Written and directed by the late John Hughes, Jim Belushi plays lead character Bill Dancer in this 1991 comedic family drama. Bill is a drifter that works as a con man with his young sidekick Curly Sue. "Curley Sue" also happens to be one of the highest grossing Jim Belushi movies.
- "Return to Me." This dramatic comedy set in Chicago has Jim Belushi playing laid back blue collar husband Joe Dayton. Bonnie Hunt co-wrote and directed the movie which stars Minnie Driver as Megan's best friend Grace and David Duchovny as recent widow Bob Rueland. But the comedic relief in "Return to Me" comes from Jim Belushi's character, who always has something quick-witted to say.
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