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With so many incredible movies to binge, it's time to throw it back to Richard Gere's best work. From romantic comedy to drama, this actor has done it all. For die-hard fans and those looking to catch up, here are Richard Gere's 10 best films, ranked, according to IMDb.

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This adventure comedy drama stars Richard Gere, Terrence Howard, and Jesse Eisenberg. A journalist, a cameraman, and a war correspondent find themselves on their own mission to find a top war criminal in Bosnia.

It would be impossible not to include this classic '90s romantic comedy. Richard Gere is a businessman, and he hires a prostitute (Julia Roberts) to be his arm candy at social events. Of course, he falls in love.

It might surprise fans to remember that this heartthrob also starred in this musical crime comedy. Starring alongside Renée Zellweger and Catherina Zeta-Jones, this flick follows two death-row murderers who find themselves competing for publicity, and a lawyer's attention.

Johnson wrote and directed this caper comedy-drama about a young man named Stephen and his younger brother Bloom who perform confidence tricks in their orphanage. They hone the skills to become con men when they get older. But when Bloom decides he wants more out of life, he quits. But his brother pulls him back in for one last con.

Primetime Ratings ReportFor the week of May 7, 2012 (Based on National Live + Same Day Program Ratings) In Adults 18-49, ABC Airs the Week's No. 1 Comedy with "Modern Family," the No. 1 Drama with "Grey's" and the No. 1 New Show with "Once Upon a Time"Season to Date, the Net's Wednesday Comedy Block Posts its 2nd Straight Year of Growth, and ABC is the Only Net Up in the 10pm Hour in Viewers and Adults 25-54Monday's Most-Watched Television Program, ABC's "Dancing with the Stars" Outdraws NBC's "The Voice" Monday Finale by a Resounding 5.6 Million ViewersFourth-Season Finale of ABC's "Castle" Wins Monday's 10pm Hour with its Strongest Numbers Since October in Total Viewers, Adults 18-49 and Adults 25-54During its Freshman Season Run, "Last Man Standing" Improves its Slot for ABC By Big Margins Over Last Season, Gaining 39% in Viewers and 42% in Adults 18-49ABC's "DWTS Results Show" Tops NBC's "The Voice" Finale by 2.5 Million Viewers And Grows to Deliver Best-Since Premiere Numbers in Adults 18-34 and Key Men Building 11% on its Adult 18-49 Lead-in, ABC's "Suburgatory" Hits a 10-Week High Marking a 2-Month High in Adults 18-49, ABC's "Modern Family" Nearly Ties "Idol" To Deliver its Most-Competitive Finish Ever on the Night to the Veteran Fox Series Opposite the End of "Idol," ABC's "Don't Trust the B--- in Apartment 23" Ranks as The No. 1 Scripted Series in its Slot with Adults 18-34 for the 4th Time in its 5 AiringsABC's Hit Freshman "Revenge" Generates a 3-Month High Among Adults 18-34"Scandal" Equals Series-Best Ratings with Adults 18-34 and Key WomenABC Delivers Friday's Top 3 Shows on the Major Nets Among Adults 18-49The Net Wins its 4th Straight Sunday in Adults 18-49, Leading Each Half-Hour of Prime and Earning its Top Sunday with Regular Programming in 1-1/2 Years "AFHV" Takes First Place in its Slot Among Adults 18-49 for the 3rd Week in a Row TV's No. 1 New Drama for the '11-12 Season in Adults 18-49, ABC's Season Finale of "Once Upon a Time" Hits 10-Week Highs to Win its Slot for its 10th Straight Original Sunday's Most-Watched TV Show, ABC's Series Finale of "Desperate Housewives" Dominates its Competition and Scores the Series' Highest Numbers in Over 1 Year WEEK No. 34:During the week of May 7, 2012, for the 4th week in a row, ABC (7.9 million) qualified as the 2nd-most-watched television network to CBS, outdrawing Fox by 8% (7.3 million) and NBC by 41% (5.6 million). In addition, ABC beat NBC in Adults 18-49 for the 9th week running (+24% - 2.1/6 vs. 1.7/5). The Net finished No. 1 for the 3rd straight week with key Women (W18-49/W25-54).Growing week to week in viewers (+3%) and young adults (+5%), the Net equaled its strongest non-"Oscar" week in 4 months with Adults 18-49 - since w/o 1/9/12.Season to date in Adults 18-49 (34 Complete Weeks), ABC claims TV's No. 1 comedy/scripted series ("Modern Family"), the No. 1 drama ("Grey's Anatomy") and the No. 1 new drama ("Once Upon a Time"). Led by Emmy-winning "Modern Family," ABC's 2-hour Wednesday night comedy block continues to connect with audiences, posting its 2nd straight year of growth with viewers (+3%) and young adults (+6%). In addition, ABC is the only network up during the 10 o'clock hour on Monday-Friday as lead-in to affiliates' late-local newscasts with Total Viewers (+8%) and Adults 25-54 (+7%). Rankings: ABC aired 5 of the week's Top 20 TV shows in Adults 18-49, delivering 3 of the Top 10 and claiming the No. 1 comedy/scripted show with "Modern Family," the No. 1 drama with "Grey's Anatomy" and the No. 1 freshman series with "Once Upon a Time:" "Modern Family" - No. 2, "Grey's Anatomy" - No. 8, "Once Upon a Time" - No. 9, "Desperate Housewives" - No. 11 and "DWTS" - No. 20. Additionally, ABC's "Don't Trust the B--- in Apartment 23" qualified as the top-rated new midseason series for the 3rd straight week with young adults. The Net placed 3 of the Top 10 most-watched programs overall, with "Dancing with the Stars" (No. 3), "DWTS Results Show" (No. 7) and "Castle" (No. 10). ABC's "20/20" and "Primetime: What Would You Do?" tied as the week's No. 1 newsmagazine with Adults 25-54. MondayFeaturing "DWTS" and "Castle" against all-original competition, ABC (15.1 million) qualified as Monday's most-watched TV net for the 8th week in a row, outdrawing CBS by 5.4 million viewers (9.7 million -8:00-10:00 p.m. comedies/"Hawaii Five-0"), NBC by 6.0 million viewers (9.1 million - "The Voice" Monday finale/"Smash") and Fox by 8.5 million viewers (6.6 million - "Bones"/"House"). Among Adults 18-49, ABC defeated Fox's drama lineup on the night by 30% (2.6/7 vs. 2.0/6). "Dancing with the Stars" (8:00-10:01 p.m.)The most-watched TV show on Monday, ABC's "Dancing with the Stars" jumped to the top its 2-hour slot for the 8th straight week, beating runner-up NBC's "The Voice" finale in head-to-head competition by a resounding 5.6 million viewers (16.3 million vs. 10.7 million). In addition, the broad-appealing dance competition dominated Fox's dramas in the slot among Adults 18-49 (+35% - 2.7/7 vs. 2.0/6) and made ABC No. 2 among the major broadcasters with Teens 12-17 and Kids 2-11. "Castle" (10:01-11:00 p.m.)On its 4th season finale, ABC's "Castle" won the 10 o'clock hour in Total Viewers, Adults 18-49 and Adults 25-54, registering as the most-watched TV series in the time period for its 6th consecutive broadcast, leading CBS' "Hawaii Five-0" by solid margins (by +3.3 million viewer advantage - 12.4 million vs. 9.4 million). Also in the hour, "Castle" outdelivered NBC's "Smash" by its biggest-ever advantages in Total Viewers (+118% - 12.4 million vs. 5.7 million), Adults 18-49 (+33% - 2.4/6 vs. 1.8/5) and Adults 25-54 (+52% - 3.5/8 vs. 2.3/5). In addition, the ABC drama marked its 5th time in 6 telecasts to stand as Monday's most-watched scripted series.Building week to week in Total Viewers (+12%), Adults 18-49 (+4%) and Adults 25-54 (+9%), ABC's "Castle" closed out its season with its strongest performance in more than 6 months - since 10/31/11.Growing its overall audience (+9% - 12.1 million vs. 11.1 million) for its 2nd straight season, "Castle" produced the series' most-watched season ever.Tuesday"Last Man Standing" (8:00-8:31 p.m.)At 8:00 p.m., opposite CBS' "NCIS," ABC's season finale of "Last Man Standing" (6.6 million) stood as the 2nd-most-watched TV show, outdrawing the opening half-hour of Fox's "Glee" by 2% (6.5 million) and NBC's "Fashion Star" by 61% (4.1 million). Additionally, self-starter "Last Man Standing" qualified as Tuesday's most-watched sitcom, topping the season finale of Fox's "New Girl" (5.6 million) by 1.0 million viewers in the 9:00 p.m. half-hour. ABC's "Last Man Standing" surged by double digits week to week in Adults 18-49 (+13% - 1.7/5 vs. 1.5/5).During its first season, "Last Man Standing" delivered huge time-period gains for ABC in Total Viewers (+39% - 9.2 million vs. 6.6 million) and Adults 18-49 (+42% - 2.7/8 vs. 1.9/5) over last season."Cougar Town" (8:31-9:00 p.m.)In the 8:30 p.m. half-hour, ABC's "Cougar Town" spiked over the prior week in Adults 18-49 (+15% - 1.5/4 vs. 1.3/4) and Adults 18-34 (+38% - 1.1/4 vs. 0.8/3), equaling a 7-week high and a 10-week high - since 3/20/12 and 2/28/12, respectively. In addition, the show built on its lead-in by 10% in Adults 18-34. "DWTS Results Show" (9:00-10:01 p.m.)Jumping over its lead-in at 9:00 p.m., ABC's "DWTS Results Show" topped the opening hour of NBC's "The Voice" finale by 2.5 million viewers (13.7 million vs. 11.2 million). In a double elimination, Disney Channel star Roshon Fegan and actress Melissa Gilbert were the next celebrities to leave the dance competition this season. Despite facing "The Voice" finale, ABC's "DWTS Results Show" retained 100% of its week-ago Adult 18-49 rating (2.4/6). Building week to week, the ABC unscripted series posted best-since premiere numbers with Adults 18-34 and key Men (M18-34/M18-49) - since 3/27/12. "Private Practice" (10:01-11:00 p.m.)During the 10 o'clock hour against the conclusion of "The Voice" finale, ABC's "Private Practice" dominated its CBS drama competition for the 4th week running in Adults 18-34 and Women 18-34, leading CBS' season finale of "Unforgettable" by 38% (1.1/3 vs. 0.8/2) and 100% (1.6/5 vs. 0.8/2), respectively. WednesdayContinuing to post year-to-year gains on the evening, ABC topped the same Wednesday last year in Viewers (+16% - 7.2 million vs. 6.2 million) and Adults 18-49 (+9% - 2.5/7 vs. 2.3/6). For the 2nd week in a row, ABC was the only major net to increase its Adult 18-49 rating year to year. Rising week to week in Adults 18-49 (+4%), the Network achieved a 10-week high on Wednesday - since 2/29/12. "The Middle" (8:00-8:30 p.m.)Leading off the night at 8:00 p.m., opposite the penultimate episode of CBS' "Survivor: One World" and the start of Fox's 2-hour "Idol," ABC's "The Middle" paced well ahead of NBC's "Off their Rockers" in Viewers (+27% - 6.6 million vs. 5.2 million) and Adults 18-49 (+27% - 1.9/6 vs. 1.5/5). In addition, the ABC comedy beat "Survivor" for its 7th straight original among Adults 18-34 (+7%) and Women 18-34 (+6%). "Suburgatory" (8:30-9:00 p.m.)Surging 11% over its lead-in at 8:30 p.m. with young adults, ABC's "Suburgatory" beat out its NBC freshman competition by double digits in its half-hour, besting a second episode of NBC's "Off their Rockers" by 18% in Total Viewers (5.9 million vs. 5.0 million) and by 50% in Adults 18-49 (2.1/6 vs. 1.4/4). For the 8th straight original telecast, the ABC freshman comedy outdelivered the second half of "Survivor: One World" with Adults 18-34 (+13%) and Women 18-34 (+29%). Building week to week in viewers (+2%) and young adults (+5%), "Suburgatory" equaled its best Adult 18-49 rating since February - since 2/29/12.The ABC freshman comedy improved its slot year to year among Adults 18-49 (+5%) over original comedy programming on the year-ago evening ("Better With You" on 5/11/11 = 2.0/6). "Modern Family" (9:00-9:31 p.m.)TV's No. 1 scripted series for the 2nd season in a row with Adults 18-49, ABC's "Modern Family" more than doubled its lead-in at 9:00 p.m. to finish as Wednesday's definitive No. 1 scripted program, outperforming runner-up CBS' "Criminal Minds" by 52% (4.4/12 vs. 2.9/8). Posting its most-competitive finish ever, "Modern Family" nearly tied "American Idol" as the No. 1 TV show of the night in Adults 18-49 (pacing within 1-tenth of a rating point). Beating "Idol" by wide margins on the night in Adults 18-34 (+24% - 3.6/11 vs. 2.9/10) and Women 18-34 (+15% - 4.6/14 vs. 4.0/12), "Modern Family" was Wednesday's No. 1 TV show overall for its 3rd straight original airing on both counts. "Modern Family" scored its best numbers in 2 months, up over the prior week in both viewers (+5%) and young adults (+7%) - since 3/14/12. Featuring a visit to Disneyland, the ABC comedy spiked 27% in Teens 12-17 week to week to deliver its top-rated telecast in more than 4 months -since 1/4/12. "Don't Trust the B--- in Apartment 23" (9:31-10:00 p.m.)During the 9:30 p.m. half-hour against the end of "Idol," ABC's "Don't Trust the B--- in Apartment 23" stood as the No. 1 scripted series for the 4th time in its 5 telecasts with Adults 18-34 (2.0/6) and Women 18-34 (2.8/8). ABC's "Don't Trust the B--- in Apartment 23" posted a best-since debut number with Women 18-34 (tie). "Revenge" (10:00-11:00 p.m.)From 10:00-11:00 p.m., ABC's "Revenge" finished a strong No. 2 in Total Viewers (7.0 million) and Adults 18-49 (running within 2-tenths of a rating point of the "CSI" season finale - 2.2/6 vs. 2.4/7), while once again delivering the No. 1 position in the hour across all key Women demos (W18-34/W18-49/W25-54). The ABC freshman drama dominated NBC's veteran "Law & Order: SVU" in the hour with Total Viewers (+19%), Adults 18-49 (+22%) and Adults 25-54 (+17%). Building week to week in Adults 18-49 (+5%) and Adults 18-34 (+13%), "Revenge" marked its highest rating in 3 months on the latter measure - since 2/15/12.The Disney-owned drama generated huge year-to-year gains in the hour, outdelivering original programming on the same night last year in Total Viewers (+84%), Adults 25-54 (+42%) and Adults 18-49 (+38%).Thursday"Missing" (8:00-9:00 p.m.)During the 8 o'clock hour, opposite Fox's "American Idol" and CBS' original comedies ("The Big Bang Theory"/"Rules of Engagement"), ABC's "Missing" (6.3 million) drew 103% more viewers than NBC's original comedy block ("Community"/"30 Rock" = 3.1 million). The new ABC drama also beat out the established NBC comedies with Adults 25-54 (+7%) and Women 18-49 (+7%). "Missing" improved its hour year to year by 31% in Total Viewers over original programming on the same night last year ("Wipeout" on 5/5/11 = 4.8 million). "Grey's Anatomy" (9:00-10:01 p.m.)Nearly tripling its lead-in at 9:00 p.m. in Adults 18-49 (+175%), ABC's "Grey's Anatomy" finished as the highest-rated series in its hour for the 4th week in a row to once again register as Thursday's No. 1 drama. Winning the 9 o'clock hour by wide margins, ABC's "Grey's Anatomy" (3.3/9) defeated CBS' "Person of Interest" by 32% (2.5/7), Fox's "Idol"-inflated "Touch" by 65% (2.0/6) and NBC's comedy block by 65% ("The Office"/"Parks and Recreation" = 2.0/6). Additionally, "Grey's" qualified as Thursday's top-rated TV series with Women 18-49 and Women 18-34 (5th straight week). "Grey's Anatomy" retained 100% of its week-ago Adult 18-49 rating, while growing with Women 18-34 (+5%) and Women 18-49 (+4%) to hit its best numbers in nearly 3 months - since 2/9/12. "Scandal" (10:01-11:00 p.m.)During the 10 o'clock hour, ABC freshman "Scandal" took second to CBS' veteran "The Mentalist" in Total Viewers and Adults 25-54. Also in the hour, ABC's "Scandal" crushed its freshman drama competition, outdelivering NBC's "Awake" by best-yet margins in Total Viewers (+219% - 6.7 million vs. 2.1 million), Adults 25-54 (+225% - 2.6/6 vs. 0.8/2) and Adults 18-49 (+171% - 1.9/5 vs. 0.7/2). In addition, "Scandal" paced well ahead of "The Mentalist" with Adults 18-34 (+56% - 1.4/5 vs. 0.9/3) and ranked No. 1 in its slot for the 5th straight week with key Women (W18-49/W25-54). The freshman ABC drama matched series highs with Adults 18-34 and Women 18-34. FridayABC dominated its rivals for the 2nd week in a row among Adults 18-49 (1.5/5), beating CBS' season finales by 25% (1.2/4), Fox's season finales by 36% (1.1/4) and NBC's all-original lineup by 36% (1.1/4). ABC claimed Friday's Top 3 TV shows on the major nets with "Shark Tank," "Primetime: What Would You Do" and "20/20," respectively.The Net was up by double digits over the year-ago May Sweep Friday in Total Viewers (+14%) and Adults 18-49 (+15%). "Shark Tank" (8:00-9:01 p.m.)ABC's "Shark Tank" took full control of the 8 o'clock hour in Adults 18-49 (1.7/6), increasing its winning advantage over CBS' "Undercover Boss" finale to 55% (1.1/4 - up from a 20% advantage the prior week), while beating Fox's "The Finder" finale by 55% (1.1/4) and nearly doubling the delivery of NBC's "Who Do You Think You Are?" (+89% - 0.9/3). Continuing to pace well ahead of last year to mark its best season ever, "Shark Tank" topped its year-ago telecast by 12% in Total Viewers and by 31% in Adults 18-49. "Primetime: What Would You Do?" (9:01-10:00 p.m.)ABC's "Primetime: What Would You Do?" beat its network rivals in Adults 18-49 (1.5/5) by wide margins over original drama programming, defeating NBC's "Grimm" by 25% (1.2/4), CBS' season finale of "CSI: NY" by 25% (1.2/4) and Fox season finale of "Fringe" by 50% (1.0/3). The ABC newsmagazine also took first place in the slot with Adults 25-54 (1.9/5).Up for the 2nd straight week in Adults 18-49 (+7%) and Adults 25-54 (+6%), "What Would You Do?" hit 5-week highs on both measures - since 4/6/12. Additionally, "WWYD" was up over the same Friday last year for the 2nd consecutive week in Adults 18-49 (+24%) and Adults 25-54 (+25%)."20/20" (10:00-11:00 p.m.)From 10:00-11:00 p.m., ABC's "20/20" beat out the season finale of CBS' "Blue Bloods" by 8% in Adults 18-49 (1.4/5 vs. 1.3/4). Also in the hour, "20/20" defeated NBC's "Dateline" by double-digit percentages for the 3rd straight week, winning the newsmagazine race by 19% in Adults 25-54 and by 17% in Adults 18-49. Anchored by Chris Cuomo and featuring reports from Cuomo, Brian Ross, Deborah Roberts, Dan Harris and Nick Watt, ABC's "20/20" took a revealing look at the big business of weight-loss with "Losing It: The Big Fat Money Trap."ABC's "20/20" grew over its year-ago broadcast in Total Viewers (+7%), Adults 25-54 (+19%) and Adults 18-49 (+17%). SundayABC ranked No. 1 for the 4th consecutive Sunday in Adults 18-49 (2.8/8), dominating CBS (with the 3-hours of "Survivor: One World" finale coverage) by 17% (2.4/7), Fox by 65% (1.7/5) and NBC by 115% (1.3/4). In fact, the Net led all 8 half-hours of the evening in the key young adult sales demo. ABC was also Sunday's most-watched network (9.6 million) overall and continued to rank No. 1 on the evening with Adults 25-54 and across all key Women demos.ABC's finales of "Once Upon a Time" and "Desperate Housewives" stood as the night's Top 2 TV shows in Adults 18-49, while the series ender of "Desperate Housewives" was Sunday's most-watched program overall.Building for the 2nd week in a row with viewers (+26%) and up for the 4th straight Sunday in young adults (+17%), ABC turned in its top-rated Sunday with regular programming in more than 1-1/2 years in Adults 18-49 - since 10/3/10. Additionally, the Net was up over the same Sunday last year for the 2nd consecutive week in Adults 18-49 (+12% - 2.5/7 on 5/15/11). "America's Funniest Home Videos" (7:00-8:00 p.m.)Airing Part 1 of its two-part season finale, ABC's "America's Funniest Home Videos" won the 7 o'clock hour for the 3rd week in a row in Adults 18-49 (1.6/6), outdelivering CBS' "60 Minutes" by 33% (1.2/5), Fox's animated comedies by 45% (1.1/4) and NBC's "Dateline" by 129% (0.7/3). "Once Upon a Time" (8:00-9:01 p.m.)TV's No. 1 new drama for the 2011-12 season, ABC's season finale of "Once Upon a Time" dominated the 8 o'clock hour in Adults 18-49, finishing No. 1 in its slot for its 10th straight first-run telecast. In its time period, ABC's "Once Upon a Time" (3.3/10) defeated the opening hour of CBS' "Survivor" finale by a strong 18% (2.8/9), Fox's animated comedies ("The Simpsons"/"Bob's Burgers") by 83% (1.8/6), and more than tripled the delivery of NBC's "Harry's Law" (+230% - 1.0/3). The Disney-owned drama capped its initial season as Sunday's No. 1 TV show for the 4th week running in Adults 18-49. During


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