Best Kevin Spacey Movies

Some of the best Kevin Spacey movies are Academy Award winners, and some are just plain cult hits. Kevin Spacey is one of the most versatile people in show business today. Not only can he act, he writes, directs, produces, and even sings. And yes folks, he's won a Grammy Award as well.

  1. "The Usual Suspects" (1995). One of Kevin Spacey's best movies and character roles won him an Academy Award for best supporting actor. He plays an eye-witness to a massive explosion and goes on to tell the tale of what really happened. Or did he? His infamous line from this movie "The greatest trick the Devil ever pulled was convincing the world he didn't exist" will forever haunt you once you watch this. You think you know what's going on and then everything changes. Definitely a Must-See Kevin Spacey movie!
  2. "Seven" (1995). A cult hit starring Brad Pitt and Morgan Freeman, Seven delves into the seven deadly sins and they certainly come into play during this Kevin Spacey movie. Spacey plays a man on a mission, as his character has a God-like complex thinking he knows what's best for the world and he'll show everyone just how to right their wrongs and repent for their sins. This Kevin Spacey movie is a creepy thriller that will leave you on the edge of your seat the entire time.
  3. "L.A. Confidential" (1997). Another Academy Award winning Kevin Spacey movie, "L.A. Confidential" is about murder, mayhem and corruption in old-world L.A. and Hollywood. Spacey plays a detective who is working both sides of the fence when obviously he shouldn't be and gets caught up in the sleazy world his colleagues are trying to get rid of.
  4. "American Beauty" (1999). This movie is also a cult classic, an Award winner, and one the best Kevin Spacey movies of all time. He won an Academy Award for Best Actor, as well as other prestigious awards from film festivals all around the world. His character Lester Burnham basically has a mid-life crisis thanks to his wife cheating on him, and his depression taking its toll. So he takes matters into his own hands and basically rebels against life in general.
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