Spanning more than 40 years, Steven Spielberg's work boasts an extremely diverse array of stories, characters, and themes.
He's made whimsical fantasies aimed squarely at children ("E.T.,""The Adventures of Tintin"), complex morality stories ("Bridge of Spies,""Amistad"), and graphically violent dramas ("Munich,""Saving Private Ryan").
For his latest, "Ready Player One," the Oscar winner returns to his popcorn blockbuster roots and proves that he's still the king of the genre.
Here we take on the difficult task of ranking from worst to best all 32 of Spielberg's feature-length movies.
32. "Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull" (2008)
Earning its rightful place at the bottom of this list is the fourth entry in Spielberg's "Indiana Jones" anthology. There are so many problems with this movie. If you really want to understand all of them, we suggest watching Red Letter Media's in-depth analysis of why it's so bad. Disney announced that Spielberg and star Harrison Ford will reunite for a fifth "Indy" movie. Hopefully, in the words of Max Von Sydow's character in "Star Wars: The Force Awakens," it "will begin to make things right."
31. "The Lost World: Jurassic Park" (1997)
Spielberg rushed to deliver a sequel to his 1993 record-breaking box-office smash "Jurassic Park." In the process, he failed to produce a worthy successor to the groundbreaking original. He also created a scene in which a little girl uses gymnastics to fight a dinosaur that many refer to as the worst thing he's ever done.
30. "A.I. Artificial Intelligence" (2001)
Stanley Kubrick originally intended to direct this project, but Spielberg took it over after Kubrick passed away in 1999. While it possesses many solid attributes, such as a superb John Williams score, the marriage of Spielberg's sensibilities with those of Kubrick result in an uneven mess that will hopefully improve with repeated viewings.
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