Ranking 'We're The Millers' Star Jennifer Aniston's Biggest Movies From Worst to Best

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Jennifer Aniston has a lot of things going for her: stellar hair, a fabulous Pilates-made bod, great comedic timing, and a plethora of films under her belt. With her newest film — We're The Millers, in which she plays a stripper pretending to play the mother of a Mid-Western family in order to smuggle drugs into Mexico, because reasons — just opening, Aniston is scoring positive buzz from critics, despite the film's not-so-kind reviews. While Jennifer Aniston will always be Rachel Green to us, the actress has also made some great films. Then there are those other films... well, we'd rather not remember them. Here's a list of Aniston's most popular films, from worst to best. 

Jennifer Aniston's New Film 'We're The Millers' Opens; We Look Back on Her Film History

Jennifer Aniston has a lot of things going for her: stellar hair, a fabulous Pilates-made bod, great comedic timing, and a plethora of films under her belt. With her newest film — We're The Millers, in which she plays a stripper pretending to play the mother of a Mid-Western family in order to smuggle drugs into Mexico, because reasons — just opening, Aniston is scoring positive buzz from critics, despite the film's not-so-kind reviews. While Jennifer Aniston will always be Rachel Green to us, the actress has also made some great films. Then there are those other films... well, we'd rather not remember them. Here's a list of Aniston's most popular films, from worst to best. 

'Leprechaun' (1993)

This horror film was Aniston's "big break" in the film world, but that doesn't mean that the film was any less ridiculous. Aniston plays an obnoxious teen who moves into a house in the middle of nowhere with her Dad, only to find that there's another resident of the town who is a even less friendly. (Spoiler: It's the leprechaun.) This movie should make you think twice about stealing Lucky's cereal, kids. Image: Trimark Pictures

'Derailed' (2005)

Jennifer Aniston's foray into a darker material post-Friends ended up falling flat, receiving a mere 20 percent on Rotten Tomatoes — and a slew of slams from critics. The confusing crime drama's failure pushed Aniston back into her comfort zone, taking on roles in which was played the funny girl again. Image: The Weinstein Co.

'Love Happens' (2009)

Love may have happened, but this emotionally manipulative and downright saccharine romantic drama was a mess. If I want to watch emotionally damaged people attempt to form relationships, I'll just watch Princesses: Long IslandImage: Universal Pictures

'Picture Perfect' (1997)

Basically like The Proposal, but way, way, worse. A career-driven woman has to get fake-engaged in order to please her bosses, because that's what every boss wants — not competent workers, just taken ones. Imagine the most selfish romantic heroine in a movie ever, and you've got Aniston's character. Image: 20th Century Fox

'The Break-Up' (2006)

Vince Vaughn — Aniston's real-life beau at the time — co-starred in this comedy about a live-in couple who decide to break-up and must fight over their condo. With its all-too-realistic ending (hey, we thought this was a romantic comedy!), we much prefer re-watching every episode of Friends where Ross mentions "WE WERE ON A BREAK!". Image: Universal Pictures

'He's Just Not That Into You' (2009)

This uneven — and, sadly, at times, spot-on — rom-com based on the self-help book of the same name featured various relationships with their own set of issues. The film paired Aniston with Ben Affleck as a couple who were living together but wouldn't commit to tying the knot. The movie was sweet, though occasionally veered into sappiness. Image: New Line Cinema

'Bruce Almighty' (2003)

Though this was definitely Jim Carrey's movie, this comedy — about a man who gains the powers of God — was mostly funny and made a ton of cash at the box office. All good, though even we didn't chuckle when Aniston's boobs were inflated due to Bruce's newfound powers. Image: Universal Pictures

'Horrible Bosses' (2011)

Aniston went brunette — and seriously raunchy — for her role as an inappropriate dentist who sexually harasses her assistant. While we're used to Aniston playing the "good-girl-next-door," Aniston's portrayal of a completely crazy lady made us laugh-til-we-cried. Image: Warner Bros.

'Along Came Polly' (2004)

There's a lot to like about this memorable rom-com starring Aniston as a free-spirited woman who dates a tightly-wound insurance agent. Among these things are any moment that Philip Seymour Hoffman appears on the screen as a washed-up '80s child actor. Sure, Aniston was funny, but it was definitely the supporting cast that made this picture great. Image: Universal Pictures

'The Good Girl' (2002)

The movie that made us say "Rachel Green who?". One of Aniston's few successful dramatic roles, Aniston shines as a store clerk who has a life crisis when she falls for a troubled young man (played by Jake Gyllenhaal, that lucky girl). Aniston shows off some serious acting chops in the film, and delves into some dark material. Image: Fox Searchlight Pictures

'Office Space' (1999)

This movie — about a man who finally sticks it to the large software company where he works — is a hysterical satire about the workplace, as its many, many cult fans know. Aniston plays waitress at restaurant Chotckhie's whose boss harasses her about everything, right down to her collection of pins on her apron — err, excuse us, flair. And it turns out Mike Judge's comedy had the most flair of them all for the actress. Image: 20th Century Fox