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The 10 Best John Cusack Movies, Ranked (According to IMDb)

John Cusack has been an onscreen staple for almost forty years as a beloved actor, producer, and screenwriter. The son of filmmaker and actor Dick Cusack and brother to actresses Joan and Ann Cusack, John and his family have certainly made their mark on American, and indeed global, cinema and television.

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From beloved romantic comedies to action thrillers to heartwarming biopics to horror, Cusack is a true acting renaissance man. Averaging several films a year, as well as having a series regular role on the upcoming web television series Utopia, audiences have surely not seen the last of him. Here are the ten best John Cusack movies ranked by their IMDb scores.
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'The Fugitive': 25 Things You (Probably) Didn't Know About the Harrison Ford Movie

Twenty years ago, "The Fugitive" debuted in theaters. It was a solid big-screen adaptation of the '60s TV series and made major bank at the box office with $369 million. It was also a critical smash and an awards-getter, a surprise for a movie based on a TV series.

Star Joe Pantoliano later recalled "I remember one day, me and Tommy Lee [Jones] were driving back to the airport after shooting, and he said something like 'It's not like any of us are going to win any Oscars for this!'"

How wrong you were, Mr. Jones! The film not only earned Jones a Best Supporting Actor Oscar, but it was also nominated for Best Picture and five other Academy Awards.

Though "The Fugitive" is a movie most of you have probably watched repeatedly, here are a few things you might not have known about the film.

1. Harrison Ford was not
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William H. Macy Is Joan Cusack and Jeremy Piven's Former Babysitter

Actor William H. Macy has an odd link to his co-stars in new TV comedy series "Shameless" - he once babysat them for their parents. The Fargo star recalls looking after Joan Cusack and Jeremy Piven when they were kids in Chicago, Illinois.

The actor befriended Byrne Piven and Dick Cusack, who were fellow regulars in the Chicago theatre scene, where he co-founded the St. Nicholas Theater Company with playwright and pal David Mamet - and he still remembers babysitting their kids Jeremy and Joan. He tells USA Today newspaper, "Jeremy was just a little kid," when he offered to babysit "because I needed the work".

And he admits that he and actress Cusack enjoyed their racy scenes in Shameless, even though her father would have been far from happy. Macy adds, "That would have been an interesting conversation." Macy also has another theatrical link to Piven - he replaced
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Macy Was Shameless Stars' Babysitter

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Macy Was Shameless Stars' Babysitter
Actor William H. Macy has an odd link to his co-stars in new TV comedy series Shameless - he once babysat them for their parents.

The Fargo star recalls looking after Joan Cusack and Jeremy Piven when they were kids in Chicago, Illinois.

The actor befriended Byrne Piven and Dick Cusack, who were fellow regulars in the Chicago theatre scene, where he co-founded the St. Nicholas Theater Company with playwright and pal David Mamet - and he still remembers babysitting their kids Jeremy and Joan.

He tells USA Today newspaper, "Jeremy was just a little kid," when he offered to babysit "because I needed the work".

And he admits that he and actress Cusack enjoyed their racy scenes in Shameless, even though her father would have been far from happy.

Macy adds, "That would have been an interesting conversation."

Macy also has another theatrical link to Piven - he replaced the star at short notice in Speed-The-Plow on Broadway after Piven fell ill with mercury poisoning.

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