"The Pelican Brief" (1993) - The oldest film on this list, Washington teamed up with a red hot Julia Roberts to bring in $101 million dollars in the U.S. and $195 million worldwide.
"Schindler's List" (1993) - Neeson earned his only Oscar nomination for his portrayal of a businessman during the Holocaust who grows close to his Jewish workers and resolves to save as many as he can. The film resonated with audiences, earning $96 million in the U.S. and $321 million worldwide.
"Crimson Tide" (1995) - Washington starred with Gene Hackman in this nuclear suspense thriller, which pulled in $91 million domestic and $157 worldwide.
"Star Wars: Episode 1 – The Phantom Menace" (1999) - Neeson's role as Qui-Gon Jinn in the continuation of the sci-fi epic soured critics but raked in a whopping $1.027 billion worldwide, $475 million domestic.
"Remember the Titans" (2000) - Washington led an integrated football team to a championship and led the film to $115 million domestic and $137 million worldwide.
"Man on Fire" (2004) - Washington's turn as a vengeful assassin earned $78 million in the U.S. and $130 million worldwide.
"Batman Begins" (2005) - Neeson's portrayal of Henri Ducard/Ra's al Ghul helped define Christopher Nolan's Batman films. His musings of masks, symbols and justice would shape many of the trilogy's themes and helped power the film to $207 million domestic and $374 million worldwide.
"Inside Man" (2006) - Washington reunited with Spike Lee and helped revive the director's career with this smart crime thriller, earning $89 million domestic and $189 worldwide.
"American Gangster" (2007) - Washington's turn as the ruthless, capitalistic drug kingpin Frank Lucas drove audiences to the theaters en masse, earning $130 million in the U.S. and $266 million worldwide.
"Unstoppable" (2009) - This Tony Scott film barreled like an out-of-control train towards $82 million domestic and $168 worldwide.
"Taken" (2009) - The film that launched his action career, Neeson surprised with his ease in playing a badass and audiences turned out in droves, to the tune of $145 million in the U.S. and $227 million worldwide.
"The A-Team" (2010) - This adaptation of the hit 1970s TV show, with Neeson as Col. John "Hannibal" Smith, brought in $77 million in the U.S. and $177 million worldwide.
"The Book of Eli" (2010) - Washington is a post-apocalyptic prophet on a mission in this underrated action film, which drew in audiences to the tune of $95 million and $157 million worldwide.
"Clash of the Titans" (2010) - "Release the Kraken!" This summer blockbuster about the mythical Greek gods, with Neeson as Zeus, earned $163 million domestic and $493 million worldwide.
"Wrath of the Titans" (2012) - Neeson returns as Zeus to help save the ancient world from the Titans in this summer hit, which earned $84 million domestic and $305 million worldwide.
"Taken 2" (2012) - Neeson returns as a man with "a very particular set of skills" who must save himself and his ex-wife from vengeful kidnappers. The sequel pulled in $140 million domestic and $376 million worldwide.
"Safe House" (2012) - Washington plays a fugitive on the run with his CIA handler (Ryan Reynolds) in this spy thriller, which pulled in $126 million in the U.S. and $208 million worldwide.
"Dark Knight Rises" (2012) - The critically acclaimed third film in Christopher Nolan's batman trilogy raked in $1.084 billion worldwide, $448 million domestic. Neeson appeared as Ra's al Guhl in flashbacks.
"Flight" (2013) - Washington played an extremely flawed pilot who must deal with his own failings while being hailed as a hero; the movie earned $94 million in the U.S. and $162 million worldwide.
"Non-Stop" (2014) - Neeson plays an air marshal in this airborne version of "Die Hard," which brought in $92 million in the U.S. and $202 million worldwide.