The 8 greatest Dwayne Johnson movies

Dwayne Johnson began his fame as a wrestler named "The Rock." He appeared in a documentary about wrestling in 1999. The film shows behind-the-scenes drama and captures a significant moment in '90s pop culture.

Beyond the Mat (1999)

Dwayne Johnson followed Schwarzenegger into family films, starring in Tooth Fairy after action roles. Despite its sweetness, it's light fun and introduced Johnson under his real name, a shift from wrestling fame.

Tooth Fairy (2010)

The Other Guys is a funny take on '80s and '90s cop movies. Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg are NYPD cops solving a big case. It's a modern classic, with Dwayne Johnson and Samuel L. Jackson in smaller roles.

The Other Guys (2010)

In this Netflix movie, Dwayne Johnson plays an FBI agent teaming up with Ryan Reynolds, an art thief, to catch a criminal (Gal Gadot). It's fun if you love action and jokes, but others might find it too over-the-top.

Red Notice (2021)

Dwayne Johnson played Black Adam for Warner Bros for almost a decade. His 2022 movie, directed by Jaume Collet-Sera, got mixed reviews. Despite action-packed scenes and a cameo by Henry Cavill,

Black Adam (2022)

Race to Witch Mountain, despite its main legacy being a Dwayne Johnson meme, is one of his better Disney movies from the late 2000s. Johnson plays a Las Vegas cab driver who unknowingly helps two alien teens escape

Race to Witch Mountain (2009)

In the first spin-off from Fast & Furious, Dwayne Johnson's character teams up with Jason Statham's villain to stop a superhuman. The movie blends their chemistry and features a strong performance from Vanessa Kirby.

Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw (2019)

In the eighth Fast & Furious movie, Dwayne Johnson joins Vin Diesel's crew, facing off against a hacker who turns Diesel rogue. They go from NYC to the Arctic on a wild mission, with Johnson even stopping a missile bare-handed.

The Fate of the Furious (2017)