If someone were to refer to the most handsome man in the industry a couple of years back, it would without doubt be Ashton Kutcher. Not that he isn’t attractive anymore. But just that he has fallen a bit out of sync with the rest of the industry. Despite starring in a solitary film over the past four years Kutcher’s popularity remains intact. The female attention that he drew still effervesces strongly. His next-door guy like attitude and boyish charm still work their magic on the screen like before. Kutcher’s entrance into various other fields of work, though, has served as a distraction, taking him away from his core responsibilities. Rummaging over some of his movies, we sensed his majestic touch that made him so loved. Here’s the list of top 11 movies and TV shows of Ashton Kutcher! Happy reading!
11. Killers (2010)
The film sees the union of the king and queen of romantic-comedies. Katherine Heigl and Ashton Kutcher assume the roles of Jen and Spencer, two very eligible bachelors who meet in an elevator. Attracted to each other, they together connive to bring forth destruction and obliteration upon those who threaten to go against them. Invigorating new energy in the vilified genre, the film experimentally takes out taboos and stereotypes, filling the narrative in with innovation and a bold urge to be incongruous. These tactics pay off, as the film opened to a warm reception by the critics and the audiences. Praising the leads for their convincing efforts, the consensus did question the lacklustre narrative, bereft of thrills or discernable laughs.
10. Spread (2009)
Kutcher’s iconic look from the movie stays on years after watching it. I still remember the disheveled hair, the funky earrings, and the high-up jeans, beautifully rolled to showcase the shining boots. He plays Nikki, a thirty-something homeless man, who uses his looks and tactics to woo wealthy women. While dating Samantha, one of his hapless victims, he has an affair with Heather, a waitress. Samantha soon finds out about his betrayal. Chaos follows as the beleaguered Samantha vows to extract revenge. Agonisingly close to pulling off the perfect heist, Kutcher is let down by an uninspiring script that lacks imagination and ambition. A character tailor-made for him, Kutcher manages to a mere semblance of his mighty personality, much through the fault of others around him.