The best Jessica Biel movies are a pleasure to watch because not only is she one of the most beautiful women in the world, but Jessica Biel is also a fine actress. She first achieved fame as one of the stars of the hit TV show “7th Heaven” and later transitioned to a film career. Biel has been named one of the hottest and sexiest women alive by numerous magazines, websites, and other media outlets. Since she is still a relatively young movie star, it's safe to say that Biel's movie and entertainment career has not yet peaked. 

  1. “The Illusionist.” This Jessica Biel movie made her an A-list movie star. The film is set in late nineteenth century Austria. A boy falls in love with a girl from a much higher social class, but her parent break up the relationship. Years later the boy, now a man who has become a magician, crosses paths with the girl and falls in love with her again. The only problem is that she loves the Crown Prince, and the two of them are engaged. The magician decides to use his magical powers to win the girl's love. Edward Norton, Rufus Sewell, and Paul Giamatti costar with Biel.

  2. “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre.” A group of young friends pick up a hitchhiker who kills herself in in their vehicle. While seeking help, they themselves are terrorized by a chainsaw-wielding psychopathic murderer who eats his victims. This Jessica Biel movie, which costars Jonathan Tucker and Erica Leerhsen, is a remake of a classic slasher movie. The film did well at the box office, but reviews were mixed. However, critics and fans alike gave Jessica Biel rave reviews for her performance.

  3. “I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry.” This Jessica Biel movie is a hilarious comedy that also stars Adam Sandler, Kevin James, and Dan Aykroyd. Two straight male city employees in New York pretend to be gay so that they can collect benefits available only to married and domestic partner couples.

  4. “Valentine's Day.” This film features an ensemble cast that includes Ashton Kutcher, Jennifer Garner, Kathy Bates, Anne Hathaway, Jamie Fox, and Jessica Alba, as well as Jessica Biel. It's a romantic comedy that follows the lives of several couples and single people on Valentine's Day.

  5. “Easy Virtue.” An Englishman from an aristocratic family marries a glamorous American woman who is also a race car driver. The only problem is that the young man's mother had other plans for him. Soon, the bride and the iron-willed mother-in-law lock horns over the couple's future. This Jessica Biel movie is based on a play by Noel Coward and is a remake of a silent film. Kristin Scott Thomas, Colin Firth, and Ben Barnes costar with Biel in this romantic comedy.

    -Walter Turner