But Watson, best known for his role as Hermione in all eight Harry Potter films, has starred in a number of other films. She has starred in films such as Russell Crowe, Luke Evans and Tom Hanks.
She is also a model, civil rights activist, and one of the most influential women in the world, eager to fight for gender equality. Despite all this extracurricular activities, Watson continues to work in the media. So let's take a look at all of his post-Harry Potter works.
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10. This is the End ( This Is The End )
- Directors: Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg
- Actors: Seth Rogen, James Franco, Jonah Hill
- Release Date: 2013
- Raton Tomitoz Score: 83 out of 100
- IMDb rating for movie: 6.6 out of 10
"This End" is an apocalyptic comedy . James Franco and a group of his famous friends (who play as exaggerated versions of their true selves) attend a large and attractive home party. Suddenly, apocalyptic and special conditions arise for people all over the city, and Franco and his friends try to survive this difficult situation, earthquakes, monsters and, of course, each other.
In this completely insane film, We see actors making fun of themselves and making us laugh. But Watson only appears briefly in this movie, and for that reason, we start the list with this movie. He infiltrates Franco's house with an ax and begs the devil for help by uttering unconventional obscenities. There are many funny scenes in the film, but the presence of women in it is small, and Watson is clearly the most prominent and best actress in the film.
9. A week with Marilyn ( My Week with Marilyn )
- Director: Simon Curtis
- Actors: Michelle Williams, Eddie Redmine , Julia Ormond
- Release Date: 2011
- Raton Tomitosis Score: 84 out of 100
- IMDb rating for the movie: 7 out of 10
"A Week with Marilyn" in 1957 Background It is narrated that in it, Michelle Williams plays the role of a famous blonde woman, Marilyn Monroe. Marilyn is starring in her new film in London, and both inside and outside the film, she struggles with her character and, in addition, breaks the hearts of those she falls in love with. One of them is Colin Clark (Eddie Redmine), who plays an over-enthusiastic filmmaking student. . But Watson appears in the role of Lucy, Colin's fleeting love, who tries to attract the attention of the man who is fascinated by the most famous woman in the world. "A Week with Marilyn" is a wonderful film that depicts the past of cinema and may be more interesting for the older generation, but apart from everything, it is also attractive for cinema lovers and fans of great performances.
8. The Bling Ring ( The Bling Ring )
- Director: Sophia Coppola
- Actors: Kitty Cheng, Claire Julien, Tisa Farmiga
- Release Date: 2012
- Raton Tomitosis Score: 60 out of 100
- Score IMDb to the movie: 5.6 out of 10
This movie is based on real events and in it, A group of teenagers are involved in a crime. Known as the "Bling Ring," they track the whereabouts of Hollywood celebrities and the rich to steal from their vacant homes.
Sophia Coppola's directorial vision is fascinating, innovative and exciting The help of influential text music promotes a story that has very little traction. The actors well maintain the tone of desperation and desire to live with fame throughout the film. But Watson plays Nikki, a home-grown but evil teenager who feels he deserves a lot of wealth. He plays a charming, selfish, and impudent character who is (albeit humorous) based on reality. This The role of a huge leap in a different direction is for the young Hermione "Harry Potter".
7. Circle ( The Circle )
- Director: James Pensold
- Actors: Tom Hanks, Karen Gilan, Bill Paxton li>
- Release Date: 2017
- Raton Tomitosis Score: 16 out of 100
- Score IMDb to Movie: 5.3 out of 10
The World's Largest Technology Company Managed by Bailey (Tom Hanks) , Hires May (but Watson) for his dream job. Billy's view is that knowing and seeing everything can make the world a better place. They ask him to behave completely clearly and openly, and they constantly film him and broadcast him online so that the world can see him, but his morals, behavior and life change inevitably. In fact, Bailey's vision is not very clear.
Watson takes a dramatic, focused approach throughout the film, creating a particular tension that culminates well in his final meeting with Bailey. This film is not an anti-utopia or a utopia, but rather a reflection of our current society in a pool of sulfuric acid. This pool may look good but you should not swim in it. However, you can fully enjoy the "circle", because the story is not real Of course not yet.
6. Return ( Regression )
- Director: Alejandro Amanbar
- Actors: Ethan Hawke, David Tiulis, David Densic
- Release Date: 2015
- Raton Tomitosis Score: 15 out of 100
- Score > IMDb to the movie: 5.6 out of 10
"Return" is one of those almost universal movies and it goes to any genre Kills: Horror, mystery, drama, and psychological thriller. Detective Bruce Connor (Ethan Hawke) and Professor Kenneth Raines (David Theulis) investigate the sexual harassment of Angela Gray (Emma Watson) by her father. Using Angela's memory therapy, the professor discovers more than just abuse, and enters a world hidden from religious and satanic rituals. (Ozark fans experience this feeling with the coloring of the scenes, and no doubt shake their heads in approval as they read this sentence). "Return" is narrated in the 90's and at a time when sectarian paranoia was widespread and deserves more credibility and respect. Watson and Hawk both offer dark and engaging performances. This film is special, impressive and highly underestimated.
5. Cologne ( Colonia )
- Director: Florin Glenberger
- Actors: Daniel Bruhl, Vicki Cripps, Richnda Kerry
- Release Date: 2015
- Raton Tomitosis Score: 29 out of 100
- Score > IMDb to the film: 7.1 out of 10
This film is about the 1973 military coup in Chile. Lena (Emma Watson) and her friend Daniel (Daniel Bruhl) are involved in the coup. Daniel is arrested by the secret police. Lena learns of a secret benevolent mission led by a holy man named Paul Schaefer (Michael Nickwist). He joins the mission in an attempt to save Daniel, but realizes too late that the mission is in fact under the control of a notorious sect led by an evil man.
Inspired by real events, Clooney The film is claustrophobic and exciting. Watson plays a savior who is constantly trying and patiently waiting to escape with Daniel. This story, with its gloomy atmosphere, examines the concept of abuse of power in an organization and shows the background of a government coup. Do they flee and make people aware of everything?
4. ( Beauty and the Beast )
- Director: Bill Kanden
- Actors: Dan Stones, Luke Evans, Josh Gad
- Release Date: 2017
- Raton Tomitosis Score: 71 out of 100
- IMDb rating to movie: 7.1 out of 10
This successful Disney live movie is full of great scenes and The special effects are magical, and in it, however, Watson performs with his voice. He is in this movie of his powers Benefits and for this reason, "Demon and Sweetheart" is ranked fourth. This film is an eternal story about a prince who is cursed and lives like a demon. The curse will be lifted if he finds a mistress who may be the girl he has imprisoned. Are in charge. Playing against a graphic demon is not easy at all, and Watson should be praised for his performance. Demon and Sweetheart is not original, but it is an epic, great and modern retelling and is considered the best-selling live-action musical.
3. Little Women
- Director: Greta Groick
- Actors: Sarshe Ronan, Timothy Shalami, Florence Pew
- Release Date: 2019
- Raton Tomitosis Score: 95 out of 100
- Score </<strong> IMDb to the movie: 7.8 out of 10
"Little Women" is a nineteenth-century historical drama that addresses social inequalities. Highlights the men and women of Concord, Massachusetts. The film focuses on four sisters whose big ideas are overshadowed by a society and a world that ignores their dreams and defines women only in marriage to rich men.
This film strives to achieve true equality Portray in the form of an attractive family film. But Watson plays Margaret Mars, who marries her lover (not for money) and is therefore socially rejected by her wealthy aunt (Meryl Streep). His sister, Josephine (Head of Ronan), is an emerging writer who gets a close look at what men think of her and her writings. This film is fascinating and intimate and has some sad moments and is considered one of Watson's best works.
2. Noah ( Noah )
- Director: Darren Aronofsky
- Actors: Russell Crowe, Jennifer Connelly, Anthony Hopkins
- Release Date: 2014
- Raton Tomitosis Score: 76 out of 100
- Score > IMDb to the movie: 5.8 out of 10
In this sacred story, which is reincarnated and has a more modern atmosphere, We have Noah (Russell Crowe) who, with the help of his last companions, builds a boat to save the animals of the earth. Ray Winston plays Tubal Cain, a descendant of Cain and an evil man who intends to take control of the ship and is, in fact, the only means of escaping the flood of the future.
This film has a great story with a new perspective. Crow is very dominant in the role of the Prophet of God on earth and has a believable performance. But Watson plays Ella. She is a girl rescued by Noah and kept in her family. Ella is pregnant and about to give birth on the ship. If he is a boy, Noah must do the will of God and all of humanity must be destroyed. Can Ella stop him from making this difficult decision? Of course, the film's culmination battle between Noah's companions and Cain Tubal's army is more interesting than the final and painful confrontation between Crow and Watson.
1. The Perks of Being a Wallflower )
- Director: Stephan Chebovsky
- Actors: Logan Lerman, Ezra Miller, Nina Dobrev
- Release Date: 2012
- Raton Tomitosis Score: 85 out of 100
- IMDb rating for movie: 8 out of 10
"Benefits of being isolated" is a change-themed drama And Transformation is based on the novel of the same name by Stefan Chebovsky, who was also the writer and director of the film. Charlie (Logan Lerman) is a recluse who is socially afraid of society. With the help of Sam (Emma Watson) and his half-brother, Patrick (Ezra Miller), Charlie gains an understanding of his friendship, music, and existence. However, the reason Charlie is introverted is more bitter than that.
Chebovsky chose the right actors to play his characters. Examining adolescent sexuality, abuse, and relationships can be a dangerous path for any writer, but he or she can do it best. For all its charms, the film deserves the top spot and has a compelling story in which, however, Watson shows his best performance to date.