10 Best Jennifer Aniston Movie Roles – Vote for Your Fave

Jennifer Aniston‘s acting chops, as her loyal fans will tell you, extend well beyond her role as Rachel Green on Friends. (Though, you can’t blame us for having a soft spot for the character.)

Aniston’s résumé is quite lengthy, even including a role in the 1993 horror flick Leprechaun, which tells the story of sadistic leprechaun who terrorized people while looking for his gold (talk about range!). She’s acted in several TV series, voiced various animated characters (remember Hogarth’s mom in 1999 cult classic The Iron Giant?), and, of course, she has also starred in several comedies that showcase her effortless charasmia and wit.

As her next comedy Office Christmas Partywhich also stars Olivia Munn, T.J. Miller, and Courtney B. Vance, hits theaters today, we’ve rounded up and ranked Aniston’s best, most underrated films to date. 

Vote for your favorite Jennifer Aniston movie role, add your own to the list, and come back to see which one wins the vote! 

#1 THE OBJECT OF MY AFFECTION (1998)

Aniston stars opposite Paul Rudd, who plays the object of her affection (as the title suggests) who also happens to be gay. Their quirky love story will make you laugh and maybe even cry, which is why this one ranks number one on our list.

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#2 CAKE (2014)

Cake is by no means a comedy, but Aniston manages to bring several moments of levity to an otherwise deeply moving film. Her starring role is an excellent example of Aniston’s ability to nail a multifaceted role. People magazine even honored her with and award for Movie Performance of the Year.

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#3 WE’RE THE MILLERS (2013)

Unlikely forces join to smuggle weed across boarders in this hilarious comedy, which also stars Jason Sudeikis, Emma Roberts, and Will Poulter. Aniston plays a stripper turned acting-mom-of-two while the group poses as a family to get past boarder security. It's also the movie that inspired the #NoRagrets trend of 2013 thanks to Scottie P. Watch the clip here.

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#4 WANDERLUST (2012)

Am I the only one rooting for Anistudd? Maybe, but the hilarity of this movie is undeniable. Aniston and Rudd star opposite one another as a married couple, but their relationship and world view is put to the test when visiting a counterculture community they encounter after leaving high-stress lives in Manhattan.

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#6 RUMOR HAS IT (2005)

Ever seen The Graduate? This film, inspired by Mike Nichols’s 1967 film featuring Dustin Hoffman, explores a cringe-worthy familial love triangle that gets more than complicated. Tangled love gets all too real for Aniston’s character as she deals with having potentially slept with a man who also slept with her mother and grandmother (played by the incomparable Shirley MacLaine).

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#7 SHE’S THE ONE (1996)

Aniston plays the snubbed wife of a dissatisfied husband who cheats on her with his brother’s ex (Cameron Diaz). It’s complicated. But Aniston’s performance and an original soundtrack by Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers makes it worthy of a spot on this list.

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#9 HE’S JUST NOT THAT INTO YOU (2009)

In one segment of this vignette-style feature adaptation, Aniston plays Ben Affleck’s girlfriend who is eagerly awaiting a proposal. The film explores various cases of modern love in different stages that will surely have a scenario you can relate to.

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#10 THE SWITCH (2010)

Rounding out number 10 on our list is The Switch for all of us who have wondered how it would feel to have your best friend's baby—though not under such kind circumstances. Jason Bateman's character plays Aniston's that best friend who drunkenly switches his sperm with her donor’s.

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