8 Robert Redford Movies Everyone Should See in Their Lifetime

Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (1969) - Redford stars alongside Paul Newman in this iconic Western about two charismatic outlaws on the run. Directed by George Roy Hill, this film is a classic in the buddy movie genre.

The Sting (1973) - Reuniting Redford and Newman with director George Roy Hill, "The Sting" is a clever and stylish caper film set in the world of 1930s Chicago con artists. It won seven Academy Awards, including Best Picture.

All the President's Men (1976) - Redford stars as journalist Bob Woodward alongside Dustin Hoffman in this gripping political thriller about the Watergate scandal.

The Natural (1984) - Redford plays Roy Hobbs, a talented but aging baseball player, in this beloved sports drama based on Bernard Malamud's novel.

Out of Africa (1985) - Redford stars opposite Meryl Streep in this epic romantic drama set in colonial Kenya. Directed by Sydney Pollack, the film won multiple Academy Awards, including Best Picture.

A River Runs Through It (1992) - Redford directed this lyrical drama based on Norman Maclean's autobiographical novella. The film explores themes of family, nature, and fly fishing in early 20th-century Montana.

Quiz Show (1994) - Redford directed this thought-provoking drama based on the true story of the 1950s TV quiz show scandals. The film stars Ralph Fiennes, John Turturro, and Rob Morrow.

The Horse Whisperer (1998) - Redford directed and starred in this drama based on the novel by Nicholas Evans. Redford plays a horse trainer who helps heal both horses and humans emotionally.

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