The 10 Greatest Jessica Alba Films of All Time

The 10 Greatest Jessica Alba Films of All Time

Jessica Marie Alba is a whole package: a wealthy businesswoman, a supermodel, and a highly regarded actress with beauty that make men drool. The outstanding American actress was born in California and began her profession at the tender age of 13. She rose to fame and prominence with her part in the television series Dark Angel, and went on to star in a number of blockbuster films after that. Let’s go through the top 10 Jessica Alba films of all time:



10. Idle Hands (1999)


Idle Hands is the outcome of combining comedy and horror. A teenager’s right hand is possessed by a demonic spirit one lovely Halloween day. The film is packed with gore that has been infused with comedy to make it both funny and disturbing at the same time.


9. Into the Blue (2005)


The film stars Jessica Alba as a supermodel in a bikini and Paul Walker of Fast and Furious fame as the lead. Jared and Sam are a young couple who strike gold when they discover a wrecked plane and cocaine in the ocean. Their luck quickly runs out when the criminal mafia learns of the find.

8. Awake (2007)




Joby Harold, an English screenwriter and filmmaker, has made a noteworthy debut. The film is full of shocks and storyline twists that keep the audience engaged until the very end. Jessica Alba portrays Clay Beresford, a young and wealthy guy who has a heart attack and requires a transplant.

7. Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer (2007)


The series is based on Marvel Mangaverse, a Marvel comics comic book series. The second episode depicts a cosmic planet-eating entity known as Galactus pursuing Earth. It sends a strong Silver Surfer to destroy Earth, as well as Van Doom, a long-time foe of the Fantastic Four.

6. The Killer Inside Me (2010)




Casey Affleck plays Lou Ford, a deputy Sheriff on duty to investigate a local prostitute (Jessica Alba) They are soon involved in an affair that appears to be feeding Lou’s pranks. Is Lou’s murder spree merely for vengeance or is there anything more to it?

5. Never Been Kissed (1999)


A young journalist gets a second chance at high school life in Raja Gosnell’s romantic comedy. Josie Geller was once a mocked geek, and is now an editor for the Chicago Sun-Times. When she has to choose between exposing her secret and damaging her romance, things get difficult.

4. Stretch (2014)



Stretch, a limo driver who has a failed relationship and is deeply in debt, is the subject of director Joe Carnahan’s comedy. Stretch soon finds himself entangled in a web of narcotics, cops, and other perils. The film concludes with Stretch meeting his buddy and the limo company’s receptionist, Charlie (Jessica Alba).

3. The Sleeping Dictionary (2003)


Hugh Dancy plays British Officer John Truscottage, who works in a Malaysian hamlet seeking to westernize and educate the inhabitants. Selima, an attractive native girl played by Jessica Alba, is assigned to assist him in learning the local language. Their official relationship quickly develops to passion as they fall in love and want to marry.

2. Machete (2010)


The film stars Danny Trejo as Machete, a Mexican federal officer betrayed by his own boss. Jessica Alba plays a young Immigration Department official who falls in love with him and pursues him.

1. Sin City (2005)


This criminal thriller is based on a graphic novel series by Frank Miller and has received high praise from critics. Four different stories are told in this neo-noir: a tragic story of co-dependency, a vigilante making his way into the criminal world, and an ex-call girl turned straight evading her manipulative pimp.

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