While the fifth Harry Potter film was being made, Radcliffe made an appearance in the critically acclaimed play Equus on London’s West End, where he appeared entirely naked. This marked a turning point in his career and demonstrated that Radcliffe was capable of more than just magic tricks. Daniel Radcliffe became famous all around the world because to Harry Potter, and like other mega-franchises like The Lord of the Rings, Radcliffe has worked hard to establish himself as more than just one character. Here are ranking Daniel Radcliffe movies and a few of his best roles from the years following Harry Potter.
1. The Woman In Black (2012)
Director- James Watkins
Lawyer Arthur Kipps is still in mourning in London four years after the passing of his beloved Stella during the delivery of their son Joseph. As a last-ditch effort to keep him on staff, his boss gives him the task of visiting the isolated community of Crythin Gifford. In order to look over the records pertaining to the recently dead Mrs. Drablow’s Eel Marsh House. Daily and Arthur become friends on the train, and Daily lends Arthur a ride to the Gifford Arms inn. The innkeeper gives Arthur a chilly welcome and claims that he never received Arthur’s request for a reservation and that there are no rooms left.
Arthur meets attorney Jerome the following morning, who urges him to go back to London. But when Arthur visits the lonely manor, he quickly learns that the vengeful ghost of a lady wearing black haunts Eel Marsh House. Additionally, he discovers that the mother lost her son, who drowned in the marsh. Also, that she sought retribution by abducting the kids of the terrified townspeople.
2. Kill Your Darlings (2013)
Director- John Krokidas
Allen Ginsberg is a Columbia University English major in the early 1940s. But he ends up learning more than he anticipated. Allen finds himself drawn to iconoclastic colleagues like Lucien Carr, William S. Burroughs, and Jack Kerouac after becoming dissatisfied with the school’s traditional values. As the future Beat Generation, this group would investigate daring new literary concepts that would shock the established order. Despite their inventiveness, their cravings and decisions often result in more significant offences that permanently alter their lives.
3. Swiss Army Man (2016)
Director(s)- Daniel Kwan, Daniel Scheinert
Hank is the abandoned survivor. He puts a noose around his neck in an effort to end his torment once and for all. He is also hungry and, most importantly, desperate. Hank will discover new hope, an unlikely companionship, and a stunning collection of surprisingly effective survival items when a new castaway unexpectedly washes ashore. Manny, the decomposing body of a guy in a business suit. Hank must now rely on his chatty, essentially lifeless multi-purpose human device to get home.
4. Jungle (2017)
Director- Greg McLean
Israeli traveller Yossi Ghinsberg encounters a cryptic Austrian geologist in La Paz, Bolivia in 1981. While seeking self-discovery and genuine experiences. Yossi, along with his close pals American photographer Kevin and Swiss instructor Marcus, chooses to follow him after becoming enthralled by his captivating tales of vanished tribes, unknown experiences, and even gold. They immediately embark on an adventure under the command of their seasoned trail-leader deep within the impenetrable emerald Amazon jungle. Yossi will soon find himself trapped in the midst of a nightmare environment swarming with formidable. Hence, relentless foes as the unending, hostile jungle divides the novice crew.
5. Guns Akimbo (2019)
Director- Jason Lei Howden
Miles is employed in a pointless programming position. He still has feelings for his ex-girlfriend Nova and spends his waking hours stalking her while also lurking online as a social-justice troll and leaving cowardly anonymous insults for those who post offensive information. In the meantime, a cyber-gang by the name of Skizm is operating a brutal game throughout his city in which murderous criminals engage in deathmatches for the amusement of millions of online spectators. Miles feels safe and secure criticising this game’s sick audience. However, soon he is kidnapped and thrown into the action, where he is forced to battle an escaped madman who is psychotic, gun-crazed, and insane.
The two enormous pistols that are practically fastened to his hands are his sole tools and biggest disadvantage. Miles initially succeeds in eluding his seemingly invincible opponent thanks to his lifetime of running from his troubles. However, when Nova’s life is in danger unless he participates in the game, he must stop running and face his fears in order to defend the girl he loves.
6. The Lost City (2022)
Director(s)- Aaron Nee, Adam Nee
The popular adventure novels written by reclusive author Loretta Sage, which include a handsome cover model named Alan, are set in exotic locales. An eccentric billionaire kidnaps Loretta while she and Alan are on tour to promote their most recent book. In the hopes that she will show him the whereabouts of a lost treasure from an old city. Alan sets out to save her, determined to show that he can be a hero in real life as well as in her stories.
7. The F Word (2013)
Director- Michael Dowse
Wallace is coerced by his best friend Allan to attend a party where he meets Chantry despite being socially awkward and working in a dead end job. Their sweet but initially awkward relationship begins with this. The only issue is that Chantry isn’t married. Wallace soon understands that he doesn’t just want to be friends because she now lives with her partner.
8. Victor Frankenstein (2015)
Director- Paul McGuigan
Victor Frankenstein is an ambitious medical student, and Igor, a disfigured circus clown and amateur anatomist. They will meet briefly but intensely after Igor’s tragic injury during a fateful performance. Hence, soon a mutually beneficial alliance will develop. With Igor’s assistance, the eccentric doctor is working nonstop to find a way to overcome the challenge of death by reanimating dead tissue through electricity; however, flawed early prototypes and an unwanted run-in with a determined Scotland Yard detective threaten to put an early end to the couple’s efforts.
9. Horns (2013)
Director- Alexandre Aja
Ignatius Perrish, who is distraught and struggling with guilt, discovers that his small world has been shattered when he is named the main suspect in Merrin’s grisly murder. Ig, a killer shunned by his culture, awakens after a long night of binge drinking to find that a pair of gnarly horns had appeared in his forehead, giving him new superhuman abilities that allow him to control the free will of anyone around him. Now, as Ig distances himself from his former self more and more, indescribable urges and obscene secrets come to light.
10. Now You See Me 2 (2016)
Director- Jon M. Chu
The Four Horsemen are awaiting guidance from the Eye oracle of the magical society 18 months after their break-out from the FBI. Their FBI handler, Special Agent Dylan Rhodes, recruits them to expose unscrupulous tech CEO Owen Case, whose innovative cell phone would stealthily collect users’ personal data to sell on the black market, but their takeover launch is derailed by a mystery guy who reveals Jack faked his death. When the group tries to flee to Macau, Merrit’s vengeful twin brother Chase and former business partner Walter Mabry catch them. They want the firm and chip they founded/designed back and give the group instructions on how to take it using just tools from a magic store. Dylan, who was released from prison, teamed up with Thaddeus Bradley, the magic debunker he blamed for the crimes of the Horsemen.
Well, Danny Boy, I guess that about does it. You’ve had a memorable career and I’m sure you’ll continue to do great things. Thanks for reading this Ranking Daniel Radcliffe Movies article, though. It’s been a fun ride (even if some of these movies weren’t all that good). Thank you for entertaining me for the past 16 years. And here’s hoping you finish your next film with a flourish and pour another drink out for Alan Rickman as well.