Ralph Fiennes is a well-known actor who has appeared in both films and plays. Fiennes knows how to give an award-worthy performance, as evidenced by his two Oscar nominations and a 20-year career. On IMDb, Fiennes has 87 acting credits, with The King’s Man being his most recent. Let’s take a look back at some of best Ralph Fiennes’ memorable roles.

1. Schindler’s List (1993)

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Director- Steven Spielberg

Oskar Schindler, a businessman, arrives in Krakow in 1939, eager to profit from World War II, which has just begun. He joins the Nazi party primarily for political reasons, and he employs Jewish workers in his factory for similar reasons. When the SS begins exterminating Jews in the Krakow ghetto, Schindler arranges for the safety of his workers. In order to keep his factory running. But he soon discovers that he is also sparing the lives of innocent people.

2. The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014)

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Director- Wes Anderson

The Grand Budapest hotel was originally located in the distant regions of Eastern Europe, in the erstwhile Republic of Zubrowka. A writer recalls a stay at the hotel during the off season many years ago. The stories he heard from the old proprietor, Mr. Zero Moustafa, about the building’s history. He tells the young writer about how he came to own the hotel and about M. Gustave, the Grand Budapest’s first concierge. Young Zero was working as a lobby boy at the time and follows Gustave to a will reading after one of their regular clients passes away. Gustave receives a nice painting from her. However, when the woman’s son disputes the will. Gustave and Moustafa take the artwork, which sets in motion a chain of events that leads to Moustafa’s current situation.

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3. The English Patient (1996)

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Director- Anthony Minghella

This film, set in the 1930s, follows Count Laszlo de Almásy, a Hungarian map maker hired by the Royal Geographical Society. In order to survey the immense expanses of the Sahara Desert, as well as several other notable explorers. As World War II progresses, Almásy finds himself immersed in a world of love, betrayal, and politics. It is portrayed in a sequence of flashbacks. While Almásy is on his deathbed after being terribly burned in a plane accident.

4. Harry Potter Series (2005-2011)

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This is the story of Harry Potter, an ordinary eleven-year-old kid who works as a slave for his aunt and uncle. Until he discovers he is a wizard and is invited to join Hogwarts School for Witchcraft and Wizardry. Rubeus Hagrid, the groundskeeper at Hogwarts, snatches Harry from his prosaic existence and throws him into a realm that is utterly unfamiliar to both him and the viewer. Harry makes friends easily at his new school. Despite the fact that he is well-known for an incident that occurred during his birth. He rapidly learns, however, that the wizarding world is far more perilous for him than he had anticipated, and that not all wizards are trustworthy.

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5. The Constant Gardner (2005)

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Director- Fernando Meirelles

Justin Quayle is a cautious and unambitious British ambassador. Tessa, a dynamic and independent activist full of passion and courage. They fell in love at first sight, despite the fact that they didn’t seem to share many common experiences. However, when Tessa is brutally murdered in a remote part of Northern Kenya, Justin musters the bravery to confront those who took her life. Now, he endanger his own, much to everyone’s astonishment. As defamatory rumours threaten Tessa’s reputation, Justin begins a careful search for the truth about his wife. Justin is now embroiled in a dangerous case of corruption, as the government and the multibillion-dollar pharmaceutical industry take advantage of Africans.

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6. Strange Days (1995)

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Director- James Cameron

Lenny Nero, a former cop, has moved on to a more lucrative trade: the unlawful sale of virtual reality-like recordings that allow customers to experience other people’s emotions and past experiences. While most bootlegs depict heinous acts, Nero is taken aback when he receives one that depicts a murder. He enlists the help of a buddy, bodyguard Mace, to track down the killer, and the two soon uncover a massive conspiracy involving the police force where Nero used to work.

7. In Bruges (2008)

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Director- Martin McDonagh

After a job goes wrong in a London church, London criminal Harry Waters sends Irish hitmen Ken and Ray to Bruges to hide out. Ken is an old hand who is captivate by the Middle Ages and has a fatherly approach toward Ray, who is young and boring but has been chasten by his London experience. When Ray meets Chlo, a cool young woman who distributes drugs on the local set of a movie starring Jimmy, an American midget, his mood shifts. Harry dials a number with unchangeable instructions. Ken refuses, provoking a brawl in the town square. The settlement involves a pregnant innkeeper, dumdum bullets, and a code of behaviour.

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