After seeing Tilda Swinton in We Need To Talk About Kevin and Trainwreck, I’m interested in seeing her other work. I need some suggestions. If you have any suggestions on Saoirse Ronan, that would be great also.
Believe it or not, Tilda was excellent in Trainwreck. I honestly had no idea it was her until I looked it up on IMDB. She played Amy Schumers boss in the film.
Michael Clayton is a great movie
Agreed Tilda Swinton in Michael Clayton is fantastic. I also think she was good in The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, Burn After Reading, The Chronicles of Narnia, The Deep End and The Beach.
As for Saoirse Ronan check out Atonement, The Lovely Bones and Hanna.
These are my suggestions of course.
Though the movie may not be everyone’s cup of tea, she is undeniably brilliant in Only Lovers Left Alive. Definitely recommend it.
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Lol. You guys have covered the rest.
O, and catch Brooklyn if you can. Saoirse, is captivating, as always.
1. The Deep End
3. Michael Clayton
4. I Am Love
5. Burn After Reading
6. The Curious Case of Benjamin Button
7. Only Lovers Left Alive
1. The Lovely Bones
3. How Do I Live Now
4. City of Ember
I have said it once and I will say it over and over again. I love Tilda as an actress. Dont know her personally, but she has the cool, laid back, and totally professional vibe. Definately check out Michael Clayton and Snowpiercer. Narnia was just “okay” for me. It was refreshing to see her in Trainwreck. I could see her shining doing dark humor.
My wish is to see her and Viola Davis in a movie. Both are so intense and raw. Make it happen internet! lol
But I want to check out Ronan. She seems to be on everyone’s lips for the past few years.
“Are we still talking about this???? It was like a week ago. It was hard, but I moved on…”
“Stop with your ginger nonsense.”
“Is this a one woman show? Couse I ain’t got a ticket”.
She’s so fucking awesome in “Trainwreck” 🙂 The only good aspect of that dreadful film!