We can’t say Emma Watson is a new actor. She has already shown her range in a number of movies she worked on. Emma Watson has worked with great directors till now and she will be working with great directors too. And she was absolutely flawless in her latest movie, Cruella. But aside from this movie, there are many movies which you need to watch if you love Cruella. Some of the movies are very good and some of the movies are average but Emma Watson made it worth the watch. So, here are some Emma Stone Movies you need to watch.
Emma Stone Movies: SUPERBAD
This is her debut film. It’s a romantic comedy. This is a story about two students, starring Jonah Hill and Michael Cera. And they want to lose their virginity before going to college and it’s a movie about the whole journey. It’s a very funny movie and Emma Watson nailed her role. It’s her first role and also her first comedic role. It’s available on Netflix.
Emma Stone Movies: ZOMBIELAND
This movie is also available on Netflix. This is a zombie movie where a guy has to struggle to survive and find people on the way and then team up. One of them is a character played by Emma Watson and again she is amazing. Her comic timing is just flawless. She is also playing the role of an older sister. It’s a laugh-out-loud movie with utter’s absurdity. It’s fantastic.
Emma Stone Movies: THE CROODS
It’s quite a coincidence that all these movies I mentioned above including this is available on Netflix. This movie is an animated one. This is a story about cavemen in which a family is trying to survive the harsh environment. Everything changes when their home that is a cave was destroyed and they have to find a new home but the geological con editions of the Earth are changing. It’s an amazing movie to watch with your family.
Emma Stone Movies: LA LA LAND
This movie has been one of the most prominent movies in 2016. Won many awards. Emma Watson won many prestigious awards for the leading actress in this movie. This movie is a musical and a story about two artists and their struggle to make a space in their respective professions. It’s an amazing movie with a bitter-sweet ending.
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