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2) The Gift (2015) If you like the way Bateman plays against type in Ozark, don't look further than 2015's The Gift. Again, Bateman plays a guy here who thinks he's a nice guy, but when an old classmate shows up and introduces himself to he and his wife, things start to really change. As this devastating thriller goes on to show, there's always more than meets the eye. This movie draws you in, and before you know it you're on the very edge of your seat. Stream The Gift Here See the original post on Youtube Movieclips Trailers@Youtube

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3) Bad Words (2013) Part of what makes Ozark such an exciting project for Bateman is that not only is he the star of the show, but he produces and directs it himself, too. Bad Words, in turn, was the first feature film that he directed himself. Here, he plays a bitter 40-year-old man exploiting a number of loopholes to make his way into a children's spelling bee. The movie is more vulgar than we'd ever seen Bateman beforeand his character is a real piece of work. Watch if you're into crude humor. Stream Bad Words Here See the original post on Youtube Movieclips Trailers@Youtube

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4) This Is Where I Leave You (2014) Based on Jonathan Tropper's book of the same name, this 2014 dramedy focuses on four siblings (Bateman, Tina Fey, Adam Driver, and Corey Stoll) who have to return to their childhood home after the death of their father. It's incredibly heavy subject matter, and something that can obviously be relatable for just about everyone at one time or another. The movie mixes humor with its moments of levity, though, and ultimately the talents of its incredible cast make the ride well worth the melancholy. Watch This Is Where I Leave You Here See the original post on Youtube Warner Bros. Pictures@Youtube

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5) Arrested Development (2013- ???) If you somehow haven't watch Arrested Development yet...um, well, what are you waiting for? Now's the time. While the revised Netflix seasons have been a bit more polarizing, the original run's first three seasons are simply some of the greatest TV comedy of all time. Bateman leads a cast that constantly fires on all cylinders, including Will Arnett, Portia De Rossi, David Cross, and more. Just watch, and then you'll probably get about 100 more jokes and memes you see on the internet every single day. Stream Arrested Development Here See the original post on Youtube Stuart McNair@Youtube

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6) The Family Fang (2016) The second film Bateman both directed and starred in (just before he got started with Ozark) was The Family Fang, which was also based on a novel of the same name. Bateman stars here with Nicole Kidman (!) as a pair of siblings navigating life with their extremely eccentric performance artist parents, one of which is played by Christopher Walken (!!). Stream The Family Fang Here See the original post on Youtube Movieclips Trailers@Youtube

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7) Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story (2004) Though it's his smallest role on this list, Pepper Brooks might be Jason Bateman's funniestit's certainly his zaniest. As the kooky color commentator to Gary Cole's play-by-play man Cotton McKnight, Pepper plays Bateman as the definitive mid-2000s bro, spiked hair, sunglasses and all. You can almost smell the body spray just by looking at him. Stream Dodgeball Here See the original post on Youtube Movieclips Classic Trailers@Youtube

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8) Horrible Bosses (2010) Though it came out just at the start of the 2010s, Horrible Bosses held its own to the end as one of the decade's best comedies. With Bateman joined by Jason Sudeikis and Charlie Day as his buddies, this dark comedy is one of the standard setters for the genre. And guess whatthe totally unnecessary sequel isn't half bad either. Stream Horrible Bosses Here See the original post on Youtube Warner Bros. Pictures@Youtube

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9) Zootopia (2016) They like to say animated movies are "for the whole family" a lot, but Zootopia is one that truly lives up to the billing. While the expansive world filled with animals will appeal to anyone old enough to understand what's going on, the larger world themes and humor of the film make this a worthwhile movie for anyone to watch. It's one of the best of the genre. Stream Zootopia Here See the original post on Youtube Walt Disney Animation Studios@Youtube

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10) Up In The Air (2009) If you're looking for proof that Bateman has been playing dicks for quite some time, look no further than Jason Reitman's Academy Award-nominated Up In The Air. The movie focuses on George Clooney's character, who works in an inherently dick professionhe fires people when their bosses are too cowardly to do it themselves. Bateman plays Clooney's boss, so that should just about say it all. Stream Up In The Air Here See the original post on Youtube soundfan@Youtube

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11) Hancock (2008) Hancock was a pretty big movie when it came out, but it's not talked about much 12 years later. Will Smith plays a drunk, out-of-work superhero, and Bateman plays a PR guy trying to repair his image. Works for us. Stream Hancock Here See the original post on Youtube TrailersPlaygroundHD@Youtube

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12) Disconnect (2013) Not many people have seen Disconnect, a rather heavy movie that feels a little bit like a heavy, internet-focused version of one of those New Year's Eve or Valentine's Day movie. Three different stories about creepy or unfortunate online situations are interconnected in interesting and surprising ways. Bateman's story finds him as the father of a boy who finds himself in a particularly upsetting cyberbullying scenario, and he deals with the painful fallout. Stream Disconnect Here See the original post on Youtube Movieclips Trailers@Youtube

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13) Juno (2007) Ellen Page's breakout movie also served as a great showcase for Bateman in the post-Arrested years (the first time around) to show that he can be something other than Michael Bluth. Bateman and Jennifer Garner play the prospective adoptive parents to the titular Juno's baby, but the story, of course, doesn't quite play out according to plan. Stream Juno Here See the original post on Youtube SearchlightPictures@Youtube

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14) Office Christmas Party (2016) Sure it's a Christmas movie, but Office Christmas Party is a funny watch for all seasons. With an absolutely stacked cast, (Bateman, Jennifer Aniston, Olivia Munn, Kate McKinnon), this movie makes for a great 1-2 punch with Seth Rogen's The Night Before as a pair of modern day raunchy holiday classics. It's crude! Go in warned. Stream Office Christmas Party Here See the original post on Youtube Movieclips Trailers@Youtube

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15) The Outsider (2020 - ??) If you missed the first season of The Outsider, well, we've got good news. Now that it's over, you can binge the whole thing at whatever pace you like. Based on Stephen King's novel of the same name , the series focuses on a crime that finds Bateman's character dead-to-rights at the scene of a brutal murderbut also a few hundred miles away. The series is loyal to the text while also expanding it in a number of enriching ways. Bateman absolutely crushes it as Terry Maitland , and also is one of the series' producers and directors. Stream The Outsider Here See the original post on Youtube HBO@Youtube