Some of Jake Gyllenhaal's films have been less seen. Many audiences do not know them. So it's a good idea to look at them with a little enlightenment. What do critics say about "Sinner"?
7. October Sky ( October Sky )
- Director: Joe Johnston
- Actors: Jake Gyllenhaal, Chris Cooper, Laura Drain
- Release Date: 1999
- Raton Tomitosis Score: 91 out of 100
- IMDb rating for the film: 7.8 out of 10
Jake Gyllenhaal in his first major film role, with some He is accompanied by very talented adult actors, including Laura Dern and Chris Cooper, and shows off his skills in every cast he has. The October Sky tells the story of a brave young man who, inspired by Sputnik, begins to build rocket ships with his friends. After several setbacks, Homer (Gyllenhaal) decides to face his fear of failure, as well as his father, who is a troublemaker and law enforcement officer. The October sky is the best place to introduce a star named Gyllenhaal. She has the chance to use her beautiful and influential face and show her high skills in this way. Playing alongside some of the star and great actors led him to bigger and bigger jobs.
6. The Day After Tomorrow )
- Director: Roland Amrish
- Actors: Jake Gyllenhaal, Dennis Quidd, Amy Rossum
- Release Date: 2004
- Raton Tomitose Score: 45 out of 100
- IMDb rating for movie: 6.4 out of 10
day after tomorrow, friendly elements It has a lot to have. This is not the first catastrophic film or even the best of them, but it really shows in an interesting way that nature can surprise us with a weather event that destroys large parts of the world. The day after tomorrow, even with such a large-scale catastrophe, it creates small moments for the characters that make the whole film incredibly fascinating. Shows his complex talent. Many of the film's themes depend on his acting, both as a hero and as a sad young man. He knows more about the film's difficult situation because of his father's job in the weather, but he knows that he can do a lot in this situation. In this film, we see that Jake shows two different aspects of himself in a single work that has definitely not been considered as it should be.
5. zodiac ( Zodiac )
- Director: David Fincher
- Actors: Jake Gyllenhaal, Robert Downey Jr., Mark Ruffalo
- Release Date: 2007
- Raton Tomitosis Score: 89 out of 100
- Score IMDb to the movie: 7.7 out of 10
Zodiac is one of those movies that is ahead of its time And it may be praised more later. If the Zodiac had been released three or four years after its original release (in 2010 or 2011) to coincide with the rise of real crime in the last decade, you could have failed miserably at the box office. However, Jake Gyllenhaal starred as Robert Grismith in the film. He knows very well how to behave in order to get the most out of his teammates. Jake uses this intelligence and skill to turn the zodiac from a loser at the box office into an impressive classic film. Zodiac, as a film that is respected in various circles for its attention to its story, was not very successful at the box office, but in any case, it has been seen as more than a failed and low-value work.
4. Source Code ( Source Code )
- Director: Duncan Jones
- Actors: Jake Gyllenhaal, Vera Farmiga, Michelle Monaghan
- Release Date: 2011
- Raton Tomitosis Score: 92 out of 100
- IMDb rating for movie: 7.5 out of 10
Source code has its own problems, but certainly Jake's performance Gyllenhaal is not one of these problems. You might think that a movie that repeats a 12-minute cycle of events over and over would be boring, but it is not. This charm is thanks to Jake Gyllenhaal. The constant repetition of scenes puts this talented actor at the highest level and acting class, and he plays beautifully in each of the scenes of the return to the events of the fateful day, and constantly adds to the tension of all the movements and scenes. Sure, there are some weird moments when, if corrected, the source code would generally be a better movie, but there are plenty of elements to enjoy this lesser-seen gem anyway, especially if you're looking to watch Jake perform best. You are Gyllenhaal, the best option is this movie.
3. End of Watch ( End of Watch )
- Director: David Eyre
- Actors: Jake Gyllenhaal, Michael Pena, Anna Kendrick
- Release Date: 2012
- Raton Tomitose Score: 85 out of 100
- IMDb rating for movie: 7.6 out of 10
End of waiting time for release as a movie Deserved and successful, the incredible performances of Gyllenhaal and Michael Pena were nominated for the Critics' Association and The Independent Spirit Awards, respectively. The film was released in 2012, and since then, there has been much debate about police treatment in the United States. So watching a day in the life of these two Los Angeles Police Department officers feels a little different than it first seemed. Regardless of the time period, the style of this film adds to the value of its meaning and reminds us all why fundraising films are so influential.
2. Prisoners ( Prisoners )
- Director: Dennis Villeneuve
- Actors: Jake Gyllenhaal, Hugh Jackman, Viola Davis
- Release Date: 2013
- Raton Tomitosis Score: 81 out of 100
- Score </<strong> IMDb to the movie: 8.1 out of 10
Surprisingly, many viewers have not seen the prisoner movie yet. The film performed well financially, but its release in early September ignored considerations for the award and only earned it an Oscar nomination for Roger Dickens' incredible filming. Nevertheless, the film's stunning actors, Gyllenhaal, Hugh Jackman, Viola Davis, Melissa Leo and Terence Howard, and its vague and symbolic ending, turn prisoners into a work that is definitely worth watching.
1. Velvet Buzzsaw ( Velvet Buzzsaw )
- Director: Dan Gilroy
- Actors: Jake Gyllenhaal, Rene Rousseau, Tony Colt
- Release Date: 2019
- Raton Tomitose Score: 61 out of 100
- strong> IMDb rating per movie: 5.7 out of 10
The last but one of the most important works on this list is Saw Electric is velvet. Gyllenhaal's performance in this film is a perfect example of some of his interesting characters. It is as if he has made a big niche in Hollywood, and every time he plays the role of an extreme, strange and sensitive character, he puts a statue and a symbol of that character inside that niche. His portrayal of Murphy Vandwalt in a velvet chainsaw, despite the character's different characteristics, neutralizes the other strange actors in the film.
Whether you like the film or not is entirely a matter of taste. It depends on you and how well it fits into the overall theme of the film. Critics and sellers of the artwork in this film consider Murphy's critiques to be non-artistic. In fact, his reactions to the works of art he is reviewing have no moral or artistic aspect. Sometimes the art we like is not likable. So we encourage you to give this movie a try. It lasts 114 minutes and during this time you will see horrible things that you should definitely not miss watching them.