Emma Watson is most known for playing Hermione Granger in all eight Harry Potter films, but she has also appeared in a diverse range of other films. With Russell Crowe, she’s been biblical, beautiful with Luke Evans’ beast, and an impediment to Tom Hanks and The Circle. She’s also a model, an activist, and one of the world’s most powerful women, dedicated to achieving gender equality. It’s a godsend that she’s still making movies after all of her off-screen labour. Following Harry Potter, here are all of best Emma Watson performances.
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1. The Perks Of Being A Wallflower (2012)
Director- Stephen Chbosky
Charlie is an introverted adolescent who has recently started high school and has no friends. He misses his best friend, who died by suicide, and he expresses his sorrow through letters to an imagined companion. Charlie also has a history of mental illness. Charlie quickly befriends the gay veteran Patrick and his stepsister Sam, and the three become best friends. Mr. Anderson, Charlie’s literature instructor, lends him books since he wants to be a writer. Charlie falls in love with Sam. But lacks the confidence to pursue her, until Sam and Patrick introduce him to their friends.
Charlie enters a new world and finds happiness with his pals, and he begins dating Mary Elizabeth, a common friend. However, when they break up, Patrick urges Charlie to stay away from them for a bit. He soon relapses into his mental illness. He goes to the hospital, where a doctor finally explains what’s wrong with him.
2. Little Women (2019)
Director- Greta Gerwig
With their father away fighting in the Civil War, the March family’s women—the loving matriarch, Marmee, and her four daughters, Jo, Meg, Amy, and Beth—are left to fend for themselves in nineteenth-century Massachusetts. Jo March, a failing author amid genteel poverty in male-dominated New York City. She is attempting to build a name for herself. The kind Meg is now married, and artistically gifted Amy is in Paris with their opulent Aunt March. The news of talented Beth’s illness, on the other hand, will bring the sisters back together under one roof. But, more than anything else in the world, the fiercely independent Jo yearns for freedom. Much to the chagrin of her attractive next-door neighbour, Theodore “Laurie” Laurence.
3. Noah (2014)
Director- Darren Aronofsky
When God determines that mankind has gotten too sinful and must get wipe off the face of the Earth, he assigns a monumental mission to Noah, a devout man. Noah must construct an ark large enough to accommodate his wife, adopted daughter, sons, and wives, as well as breeding pairs of each animal. Noah and his family witness God’s vengeance in the shape of an apocalyptic deluge when the mission is done.
4. Colonia (2015)
Director- Florian Gallenberger
A young couple, Lena and Daniel, become engaged in the 1973 Chilean military takeover. Daniel gets kidnap by Pinochet’s secret police. Lena hunts him down to Colonia Dignidad, a fortified territory in the country’s south. The Colonia appears to be a benevolent mission run by lay preacher Paul Schäfer. Yet it is a place from which no one has ever left. In order to discover Daniel, Lena decides to join the cult. Based on a genuine story.
5. Beauty and The Beast (2017)
Director- Bill Condon
A strong enchantress curses a self-absorbed and cold-hearted French nobleman to a life of seclusion. Turning him into a horrific monster and the castle’s attendants into ordinary. But sentient household objects to pay the grim price of pride for failing to look past one’s apparent beauty. However, as the years pass in the barren palace, an unintended blunder would consign Belle, the compassionate and rebellious book-lover, to incarceration within the thick-walled fortress. As the lord of the magical home desperately craves love’s warm embrace. The Beast trembles with fear as he realises his time is running out. But hope remains in the last petal of a weak rose.
6. The Circle (2017)
Director- James Ponsoldt
Mae Holland contacts an old acquaintance, Mercer, who is like by her parents, after her automobile breaks down. Mae’s father, Vinnie, suffers from multiple sclerosis and requires the assistance of his wife, Bonnie. Annie Allerton, Mae’s buddy, works for The Circle, a software firm where Mae get hire as a Customer Experience Specialist. Eamon Bailey (CEO of The Circle) demonstrates SeeChange at a company meeting. Its employs small cameras placed wherever to offer real-time video. Mae progresses through the ranks of The Circle at work, embracing social networking. At a subsequent company presentation, The Circle’s Chief Operating Officer, Tom Stenton, introduces a political candidate. He has consented to disclose her daily operations to the public through Circle, underlining the importance of accountability in politics.
7. Regression (2015)
Director- Alejandro Amenabar
In the 1990s, the seasoned small-town Minnesota detective Bruce Kenner is ordered to investigate the mystifying case of seventeen-year-old runaway girl Angela Gray, set against the backdrop of a seemingly endless line of inexplicable episodes of satanic ritual abuse. The major suspect and Angela’s father, John, confesses to the heinous crime based on her handwritten letter of unverified accusations, while having no recollection of his actions. Kenner begins to explore deeper and deeper into the misty terrain of fluid memories with the help of skilled British psychiatrist Professor Kenneth Raines, as the doctor’s regressive therapy unearths disturbing traces of occultism.
8. This Is The End (2013)
Director- Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg
Rather than spending quality time with his best friend, Seth Rogen, actor and stand-up comedian Jay Baruchel gets dragged along to James Franco’s massive housewarming party in his new Hollywood mansion. However, as Jay tries to mix with other celebrities such as Michael Cera, Danny McBride, Jonah Hill, and Craig Robinson, a series of Apocalyptic occurrences wreak havoc on Los Angeles, and the Rapture arrives in the midst of the festivities. A few of survivors are now locked up in James’ basic house, surviving on fast dwindling food and water supplies and figuring out how to stay alive.
9. The Bling Ring (2013)
Director- Sofia Coppola
Marc Hall, a quiet adolescent, begins his freshman year at Indian Hills High School in Agoura Hills, California. Rebecca Ahn, who is preoccupied with fame, befriends him. While at Rebecca’s house for a party, the two examine unlocked cars on the street for valuables such as cash and credit cards. Rebecca persuades Marc to join her in breaking into one of his wealthy acquaintances’ house when Marc explains that one of his wealthy acquaintances is out of town. Rebecca grabs a purse and compares it to that of her idol, Lindsay Lohan. She also takes money and the keys to a Porsche, which she and her accomplice use to depart the scene. The two go on a shopping spree with the money, allowing them to live the luxurious lifestyle they see in magazines.
Marc joins Rebecca and her pals Nicki Moore, Nicki’s adoptive sister Sam, and Chloe Tainer in a nightclub, where they rub elbows with celebrities like Kirsten Dunst and Paris Hilton. Marc and Rebecca discover Hilton will be out of town while doing Internet research. They arrive at her home and, after discovering the key under the doormat, go through Hilton’s possessions, stealing some jewels. Rebecca then shows Nicki, Sam, and Chloe a stolen bracelet at a party.
10. My Week With Marilyn (2011)
Director- Simon Curtis
Colin Clark, a recent Oxford graduate, aspires to work in Hollywood or, as he prefers to put it, “go off to the circus.” He pursues a career in production, eventually rising to the post of Third Assistant Director on The Prince and the Showgirl. The film is directed by and stars Sir Laurence Olivier, as well as Marilyn Monroe. While Olivier, a well-known stage actor, aspires to be a movie star, Monroe is a movie star who wants to be recognised as a serious actress. Monroe is a self-conscious actress who has her own full-time acting instructor, Paula Strasberg, and is always late. All of this irritates Olivier, so he appoints Colin to supervise her and ensure she arrives at work on time. Colin and Marilyn quickly form a bond and have a beneficial influence on one another.
All in all, Emma Watson is an actress who has all the potential in the world. She is gorgeous, charming, and a fantastic actress. It’s no wonder that she has been able to star in so many amazing movies over the years. Whether she plays the main character or simply a supporting role, there’s just something about Emma Watson performances that makes audiences sit up and take notice.