7 Must Watch Kate Winslet Movies

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Kate Winslet
Kate Winslet

Kate Winslet is one of the few Hollywood actresses whose names are known by the masses of this sub-continent. However the Academy award winner and two times Golden Globe winner has more in the kitty of her filmography than the much coveted chartbuster Titanic. The talented British beauty has been a favorite to the critics as well as cinema-lovers for her daring roles and bold presence in movies since her debut in Heavenly Creatures in 1994. Here is a list of 7 movies of Kate Winslet that would surely enthrall her fans and add more to her already large fan base.

  • Sense and Sensibility

At as young as 20 Winslet amazed critics as Marianne Dashwood in Ang Lee’s adaptation of the Jane Austen classic, Sense and Sensibility. Her role went onto earn her first Oscar nomination for Best Supporting Actress. This period piece makes for a brilliant watch not just for its story but for the performances as well.

Sense and Sensibility
Sense and Sensibility

 

  • Eternal Sunshine of the spotless mind

Co-starring with Jim Carrey Kate Winslet took on the role of Clementine marking her aptitude in the genre of Drama/Romance. The film is about a couple who goes on an attempt to erase each other out of their memories but ends up…well watch the movie to know what happens! Thanks to the fantastic duo this movie is a commoner in most people’s list of fav’ movies with its newline story. Her changing hair color surely adds to the vibrancy of the film.

Eternal Sunshine of the spotless mind
Eternal Sunshine of the spotless mind

 

  • Revolutionary Road

One of the most loved movie couples Kate-Leo returns together in a movie after almost 10 years post Titanic only to make audiences cry some more, well with the touching story of course. Revolutionary Road tells the tale of a young Connecticut couple who strives to work out their relationship issues and maintain the whole family while desperately trying to alter their monotonous state of being. The movie is of a depressing tone and would leave audiences with a heavy heart. However you are in for a treat with the two most talented actors at their emotional best.

Revolutionary Road
Revolutionary Road

 

  • Holy Smoke!

Probably a little unusual for mainstream audiences, watch Holy Smoke! If you are open to different kind of movies. The movie is about Ruth Barron (Kate Winslet) whose parent hire P J Waters , a macho cult de-programmer, to save Ruth from the charms of an Indian Guru. Kate in a delusion(debatable) of being on spiritual embarkment is confronted in a remote desert hideaway from where the movie forwards with their entangled views and relationship of the two leads. The story might seem a little incoherent nonetheless young Kate impresses as the troubled, ruthless not to mention sexy Ruth.

Holy Smoke!

  • The Holiday

Kate and Jack Black weird right? Weird as it may sound but the two along with Jude Law and Cameron Diaz gave us a delightful romantic comedy to watch. Winslet’s first comedy doesn’t end up being a disappointment even though is a tad bit long. Kate surprises with her fluidity even at this genre as Iris Simpkins who swaps home with Amanda Woods (Cameron Diaz) to take a break from her love life woes.

The Holiday
The Holiday

 

  • Finding Neverland

Kate is a pro when it comes to the genre of Drama. A semi- biographical take on the life of the creator of Peter Pan, Finding Neverland revolves around the emotional bonding of playwright James Matthew Barrie (Johny Depp) with Sylvia Davies ‘(Kate Winslet) family. This film, more focused on Depp’s character, is high on emotional quotient like most of Winslet’s work and shows wonderful chemistry between the two leads.

Finding Neverland
Finding Neverland

 

  • Carnage

Kate Winslet shines back in this Comedy/Drama by Roman Polanski with credible support from Jodie Foster and Christopher Waltz.  The story is about two parents who in an attempt to cordially dissolve the issues between their children end up being engaged in childish feuds themselves. The film rather unconventional manages to engage audience as it sails through with Polanski’s able direction and the cast’s notable performances.

Carnage
Carnage

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