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    The best Andrew Garfield movies, ranked by Rotten Tomatoes score

    Much more than just Spider-Man. Andrew Garfield He has established himself as one of the greatest artists of our generation. He has starred in over 20 films, numerous television series, and appeared in Broadway productions such as Death of a salesman. Constantly standing as a major highlight in his projects, he has received several awards including BAFTA and Golden Globe.


    Garfield has shown a penchant for drama towards action and horror films and refrains from playing 2D cutouts. His characters had an emotional complexity that required a great level of empathy, which required an actor like himself to bring them to life properly. As we continue to see Garfield in new projects, take a look at his 12 best movies so far, ranked by Rotten tomatoes a result.

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    12 Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus (2009) – 64%

    Andrew Garfield in Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus (2009)
    Lionsgate / Entertainment One Ltd.

    Garfield was part of a theatrical troupe Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus, transporting guests to a magical realm that was referred to as the “Imaginarium”. At the Imaginarium, guests encounter A.J matrix– The method of choosing between self-realization and ignorance. Dr. Parnassus’ deal with the devil puts him in a situation where he has to gather five souls who have chosen the path of self-realization in order not to lose his daughter, Valentina (Lily Cole).

    Wanting to marry Valentina, a man named Tony (Heath Ledger) joins the theater troupe to help Doctor Parnassus collect his five souls. Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus It was Ledger’s final film role, but production was not completed before his death. The film cast Johnny Depp, Jude Law, and Colin Farrell to play alternate versions of Ledger’s character.

    11 Breathe (2017) – 68%

    Andrew Garfield's Breath (2017)
    Blaker Street

    breathes It was the directorial debut of Andy Serkis and is based on the true story of disability rights advocate Robin Cavendish. Shortly after marrying his wife, Robin contracted polio and was paralyzed from the neck down at the age of 28.

    Robin (portrayed by Garfield in the film) needed a respirator to breathe, but with the help of his wife Diana (Claire Foy), twin brothers (Tom Hollander), and Teddy Hall (Hugh Bonneville), Robin was able to devote the rest of his life to helping the disabled. breathes It may not have been the best biopic ever made, but the film still manages to tell a poignant story thanks to the performances of its strong cast.

    10 Tammy Fay’s eyes (2021) – 68%

    Andrew Garfield in The Eyes of Tammy Faye.
    Scout photos

    During the 1970s and 1980s, Tammy Fay created an evangelical empire with her ex-husband, Jim Bakker. The couple created the PTL satellite network, the talk show, PTL Cluband Heritage USA theme park. But when Jim got into several scandals, everything Tammy had built fell apart.

    Tammy Fay eyes It told the story of Tammy Faye, showcasing the ups and downs of her television career. The 2021 movie was able to find the perfect leads in Jessica Chastain and Garfield, which both thrilled audiences and landed Tammy Fay eyes The audience rate is 86%. Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes-certified critics were significantly less positive, with the film scoring just 68%.

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    9 Never Let Me Go (2010) – 71%

    Andrew Garfield in Never Let Me Go.
    Fox Searchlight Pictures

    romantic tragedy movie, never let me go, followed three friends who were apparently ordinary students at an English boarding school. However, Cathy (Carey Mulligan), Tommy (Garfield) and Ruth (Keira Knightley) realized they were clones destined to become organ donors. Their time with each other was limited, but a love triangle was still forming between the three friends, complicating their lives more than they could ever imagine. For those looking for a romantic movie with a dystopian atmosphere, this might be the movie for you.

    8 The Amazing Spider-Man (2012) with 71%

    Andrew Garfield at TASM.
    Sony Pictures

    Five years after The Sam Raimi Show Spider-Man 3the Spider Man The movie franchise has been rebooted with Marc Webb The Amazing Spider-Man. Garfield’s Peter Parker carried more angst than Tobey Maguire’s version and wasn’t the type of character to be introduced after a school bus. The Amazing Spider-Man Inspired by Ultimate Spider-Man The comics emphasized Peter’s scientific background much more than Raimi’s films. Peter was most attached to Oscorp, which was the workplace of his love interest, Gwen Stacy (Emma Stone), and mentor, Curt Connors (Rhys Ifans), and the former workplace of his father.

    7 Silence (2016) – 83%

    Andrew Garfield in silence.
    Paramount Pictures

    Silence It was directed by Martin Scorsese and starred Garfield as a 17th century Jesuit priest. The film follows Sebastiao Rodriguez (Garfield) and Francisco Garuppi (Adam Driver) as they travel to Japan in search of their missing mentor and spread their faith. But the ruling authorities did not sympathize with the presence of the missionaries and tortured and killed both missionaries and converts. In preparation for the role of Rodrigues, Garfield immersed himself in the Jesuit lifestyle with a Jesuit priest, did extensive research, and underwent a physical transformation losing 40 pounds (via The Guardian).

    6 Hacksaw Ridge (2016) 84%

    Hacksaw Ridge
    Lionsgate

    Desmond Doss was a Christian who was awarded the Medal of Honor for saving the lives of 75 men. Doss believed that other people’s lives were not for him to take, so he accomplished this feat without ever firing a gun. Directed by Mel Gibson Hacksaw Ridge He brought Doss’s story to the big screen, starring against the brutal backdrop of war. Hacksaw Ridge It was critically acclaimed and is considered by many to be one of the best films made during World War II.

    5 Boy A (2007) – 88%

    Andrew Garfield in Boy A.
    Channel 4

    Garfield portrayed by Eric Wilson boy a, a convicted murderer who starts a new life as “Jack Burridge” after his release from prison. But after being hailed a hero for saving a girl from a car crash, Jack’s criminal past is revealed, and soon turns his world upside down. boy a He gave a great exploration of the topic of second chances, asking viewers if people like Eric Wilson / Jack Burridge can really be forgiven.

    Related: The Eyes of Frankenstein by Guillermo del Toro, Andrew Garfield, Oscar Isaac, and Mia Guth as the Leads

    4 Tick, Tick … Boom! (2021) 88%

    A scene from Tick, Tick... Boom!
    Netflix

    put a mark … Directed by Lin-Manuel Miranda and based on the musical of the same name by Jonathan Larson. The film introduces Jonathan (Garfield) as an aspiring composer waiting tables to make ends meet while writing the next great musical. At the same time, Jonathan felt tremendous pressure to achieve success before he turned 30, and even had doubts about choosing the right career path.

    Prior to filming, Garfield spent a year working with a vocal coach and learned to play the piano so he could convincingly play Jonathan Larson. The result was a success, which was clearly seen in his performance “30/90”. put a mark … It currently has the highest viewership of all Garfield films at 96%. However, the Tomatometer placed the film at #4.

    3 99 Home (2014) – 93%

    99 homes
    wide green pictures

    Definitely the opposite of a happy movie. 99 homes It is set during the Great Recession and addresses the foreclosure crisis in America. Garfield starred in the film as Dennis Nash, a construction worker and single father who is evicted from his home by realtor, Rick Carver (Michael Shannon). Forced to move his son and his mother into a run-down hotel, Nash assesses how to find a way out of his predicament. Meanwhile, Carver has made a fortune by evicting people from their homes and reselling them for a profit. Nash eventually decided he had had enough and teamed up with Carver to take advantage of the foreclosure crisis.

    2 The Social Network (2010) – 96%

    social network
    Sony Pictures

    Directed by David Fincher, social network It is considered by many to be one of the best films of the 2000s. The film tells the story of Facebook’s founding, detailing the legal complexities, personal struggles, and drama that came with it. Garfield appeared in the movie as Facebook co-founder Eduardo Saverin, giving one of the best performances of his career. His heated confrontation with Mark Zuckerberg (Jesse Eisenberg) was the most memorable scene in the entire movie.

    1 Red Riding: 1974 (2009) – 100%

    Andrew Garfield in Red Riding: 1974
    Channel 4

    Garfield play Yorkshire Post Reporter Eddie Dunford Red Riding: 1974. The disappearance of a young girl prompts Dunford to investigate a history of previous murders linked to wealthy developer John Dawson (Sean Bean). Dunford’s investigation led to revelations of corruption within the West Yorkshire Metropolitan Police, but nothing was able to stop Dunford in his pursuit of justice. while Red Riding: 1974 It remains Garfield’s highest-rated film on Rotten Tomatoes, with the film’s score coming in at 100% from just 13 reviews.

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