Miami Movies Ranked Worst to Best: 20 to 11

Finally. We've reached the point where you might actually want to watch some of these movies.

See also: Miami Movies Ranked Worst to Best: 30 to 21

20. Bellboy

1960 comedy starring Jerry Lewis, this film was the directorial debut for Lewis. Cooky-bellboy keeps getting into ridiculous situations, hilarity ensues.

19. The Bodyguard

Annnnnnnnnddddd IIIIIIIII-EEEeeeeeee-IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII; I think that about covers it all here.

18. Porky's

If you're over 40, you probably loved this comedy. If you're under 40, you've probably heard of it. Probably because your parents talk about it.

17. Chef

Directed by and starring Jon Favreau, and co-starring Sofía Vergara, Chef was a huge box office surprise success last year.

16. Marley & Me

This movie might not be a bro favorite, but it set a record for the largest Christmas Day box office ever -- puppies, man. I swear I didn't cry.

15. Analyze This

1999 comedy starring Robert De Niro as a mafioso and Billy Crystal as his psychiatrist, very successful and widely enjoyed movie by most.

14. Thunderball

The fourth James Bond film, Thunderball was so 1965.

13. Cocaine Cowboys

A film directed by Billy Corben documenting the ruthless Colombian cocaine trade and how it invaded Miami in the '80s. Corben, a Miami-based director, is known for his hometown documentaries, and this may be the best.

12. Goldfinger

The third film in the James Bond series starring Sean Connery, this film, and its title, have stood the test of time.

11. The Birdcage

This 1996 comedy starring the late-Robin Williams was the #1 movie in America for three-weeks straight, and has grossed nearly $200 million since it was released. So gay, so perfect, so Miami.

Join us on Monday when we'll reveal the ten best Miami movies.

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