He is soon to play a supporting role in a new film starring Brad Pitt, entitled "Babylon". In fact, this is the 15th film he wants to appear in.
- What has Toby Maguire done since Spider-Man?
- Why the film's success? "Spider-Man: No way home" bad for Marvel?
- Tom Holland announces Toby Maguire and Andrew
Garfield have not been in Spider-Man for years Over the
course of his acting career, he has become a rival to Leonardo
DiCaprio due to his appearance and performance. Although Leonardo
has always been a winner, this has led to the two actors usually
becoming suitable candidates for a role. They have to compete with
each other. Therefore, we intend to refer to the Top 7
Toby Maguire films in which Spider-Man
is not one.
1. Details (The Details)
- Director: Jacob Aaron Stees
- Cast: Elizabeth Banks
- Release Date: 2011
- Score > IMDb to Movie: 6.1 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz Score: 46 out of 100
Who would have thought that worms could cause so much trouble? Jeff Long (played by Toby Maguire) is a gynecologist who, along with his wife Neely (played by Elizabeth Banks), decide to change the lawn in front of their house and provide a new room for their new baby. However, raccoons are attracted to worms in the grass, and these annoying animals cause many unfortunate incidents of accidental cat poisoning, betrayal, extortion, and murder. Can Jeff and Indigo get their lives back on track by eliminating these troublesome creatures? This is a question that can only be answered by watching the movie. This dark, hilarious, slightly surreal comedy examines the consequences of Jeff Long's actions and decisions. But on the whole, Maguire uses his unique character to make the tragedies in the film look funny.
- Director: Gary Ross li>
- Cast: Jeff Bridges, Elizabeth Banks, Eddie Jones
- Release Date: 2003
- IMDb rating for movie: .3 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz rating: 78 out of 100
John Red Pollard (played by Toby Maguire) is from a very poor family and is therefore left to a stable owner. He loses one eye due to his involvement in amateur boxing, but soon manages to become a small and talented horseman. He and his racehorse soon miraculously become a successful team, encouraging people to help the poor and orphans. In the end, the final race between the Sibiscot and the best racehorse, Admiral, plunges the whole country into excitement.
, Tells the story of a boy who is growing up and becoming what he dreamed of. The film has an enchanting storyline and incredible imagery, which is why it was nominated for seven Academy Awards. Maguire interacted beautifully with his character in the film, although he is still known as Spider-Man.
3. The Cider House Rules
- Director: > Lasse Hallstrm
- Cast: Michael Caine, Charlize Theron, Erica Badu
- Release Date: 99
- IMDb rating for movie: 7.4 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz rating: > 71 out of 100
Homer Wells (played by Toby Maguire) grew up in an orphanage under the care of Dr. Wilbur Larch (played by Michael Caine). Larch provides his medical information to Wales, but Wales, despite being trained, refuses to do medical work. He feels that there are more important things in life, so when he has the opportunity to leave the orphanage, he works as a laborer in a potato orchard. There he falls in love with Kennedy Kendall (played by Charlize Theron) whose fianc, Lieutenant Governor Worthington (played by Paul Rad), goes to war. In time, everything changes, the governor returns home with a broken man. In turn, Holmes is forced to apply what he has learned from Larch, and his coach, Larch, leaves him a gift that will change his life forever.
In this film, Michael Kane was able to His role was excellent, so he won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for his role. A role that forced him to abandon his distinctive London accent and replace it with a bold American accent. In general, the film examines many themes and stories, but focuses more on the meaning of the laws of life and how we approach them. Maguire and Kane played their roles as beautifully as possible in the film, adapted from John Irving's novel Justice, even though the script removed the subplots. However, this film teaches us a great lesson, which is also entertaining.
- Director: Gary Ross li>
- Cast: Jeff Daniels, Paul Walker, Young Allen
- Release Date: 98
- IMDb rating per movie: 7.5 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz rating: 85 out of 100
A teenager named David (played by Toby Maguire) and his sister Jennifer (played by Reese Witherspoon) fall in love with television and a black-and-white show called Pleasantville, and when they start, they have to play Play the characters of wind and esophagus. The world of the Pleasantville program is a great world where everyone is perfect, but everyone has to live together like siblings. Gradually, parts of this dream world and its people become colored by the wind and the esophagus. People who are completely colored are enlightened and therefore are considered a threat to the norms of this imaginary world, and it is not long before they are deprived of everything. But the question that arises is what will Wind and Mary do in the end?
This film is an original and fantasy comedy that can be tangible to all sections of society because of the problems that we all face. We are, it shows. Topics such as the loss of innocence and the power of change and the American dream of the 1950s are all topics covered in this film. "Pleasantville" was not as successful as it should have been at the box office and was severely underestimated, but at the same time it was able to challenge the beauty of society and the imaginary aspirations of individuals
- Director: Jim Sheridan li>
- Cast: Jake Gyllenhaal, Natalie Portman, Billy Madison
- Release Date:
- IMDb rating per movie: 7.1 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz rating: 64 out of 100
Capt. Sam Cahill (played by Toby Maguire) is attacked while fighting in Afghanistan and everyone thinks he is dead. It's not long before Sam's wife, Grace (played by Natalie Portman), and their two children struggle to make ends meet. Meanwhile, Sam's brother Tommy (played by Jake Gyllenhaal) approaches Grace and even remodels her kitchen. The hand of time causes them to get closer to each other day by day. Even the kids love Tommy because he's their uncle anyway, but when it comes to Sam being alive, things fall apart because Sam is no longer the kind old man, and Tommy and Grace have to deal with his unpredictable actions.
Maguire's extraordinary performance as a soldier suffering from post-traumatic stress was able to clearly portray the actor's abilities. In this film, he plays the role of a damaged character who finally arrives home and realizes that his family has continued to lead a normal life, and even his wife chooses another person for herself and sees herself as a desperate person who can not do anything until Let everything be as before. Maguire communicated beautifully with Sam's dark and sad character and was able to play him in a pleasing way. This is definitely a movie in which Maguire shone and that is why he was nominated for a Golden Globe Award.
6. Pawn Sacrifice
- Director: Edward Zwick
- Cast: Michael Stelberg, Lily Reeb, Peter Sarsgaard
- Release Date: 2014
- IMDb rating for movie: 7 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz rating: 71 out of 100
In this film, the East competes with the West and the United States competes with the Soviet Union, and there can only be one winner. Bobby Fisher (played by Toby Maguire) has been immersed in chess since childhood and has been able to beat almost any opponent he encounters. Defeat, but defeating the world's biggest chess player, who is from Russia, will definitely be different. Having to rise to the occasion with his victory against corruption, communism and forced patriotism, he finally goes to Iceland to play in the World Chess Championship to face Boris Spassky (played by Leo Schreiber) while he knows this well. It's not just a normal game of chess.
This biographical drama, which depicts American fears during the Cold War of the 1970s, uses a simple game like chess to show the attitudes of ordinary people of the time. With his magical play, Maguire portrays a man who constantly wants to overcome what distracts him and thinks only of winning the game. Unfortunately, some of the chess moves in the movie were misrepresented, and the poor story of "Victim on Foot" prevented it from gaining much popularity at the box office. But none of this diminishes the value of Maguire, who played this stressful role beautifully.
The Great Gatsby
- Director: Open Lorman
- Cast: Leonaro DiCaprio, Elizabeth Debbie, Jason Clark
- Release Date: 2013
- IMDb rating for movie: 7.2 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz rating: 48 out of 100
Nick Caraway (played by Toby Maguire) is a futurist writer who moves to small cottages on the grounds of Jay Gatsby's mansion (played by Leonardo DiCaprio). Caraway, fascinated by the expensive and luxurious parties that Gatsby hosts, gets involved in the imaginary world of his neighbor. A world where even its guests do not know who their host really is. Gatsby befriends Caraway and teaches him to always have hope in life, even though he himself is obsessed with a strange obsession that makes him unbelievable that some things cannot be taken.
A novel of the same name written by F. Scott Fitzgerald vividly depicts class antagonism and common issues among the wealthy class of society. The film's $ 100 million budget allowed the cast of "The Great Gatsby" to beautifully showcase the 1920s. DiCaprio and Maguire were able to establish a very good relationship in this film, although it is clear who is a teacher and who is a student in the film. Like most films based on old novels, some elements of the story have been omitted or diminished. So changes were made to the story of the book, but if the lover of F. You are Scott Fitzgerald, you better watch this movie because Lorman's stunning directing has made it possible for you to feel Fitzgerald's novel, which is full of lively scenes from the 1920s and the intrigues and mysteries behind it, with your skin and flesh. .