Kate Winslet showcased her real caliber in the memorable scene with ‘Heavenly Creatures’ in 1994 and then, ‘Sense and Sensibility’ in 1995. She became a global phenomenon and worldwide famous actress post the realized of the blockbuster film ‘Titanic’ released in 1997.
Over the course this century, Kate Winslet has experimented with different type of roles and she has been successful get into the skin of the character mostly done by her.
It is evidence of the talent of Kate Winslet that even after 20 years since ‘Titanic’ project done Kate Winslet is still blessed with the superstardom. Now the starlet Kate Winslet is blessed with the massive fan base and the affection her fans are having for her is as relevant as it can be and she is just brilliant she was then.
So let’s discuss 6 best movies of the Kate Winslet which proved her acting was, is and will be just flawless!
Directed by Richard Eyre, ‘Iris’ is a biographical film, which based on the ups and downs in the romantic life of British novelist Iris Murdoch and John Bayley. It is a beautiful film based on the relationship Iris serves as the dominant half of the two and Bayley becomes more and more mesmerized by her personality and free spirit.
But unfortunately, Iris suffers from Alzheimer’s disease and her husband attends her with hopelessness and frustration. Spectacular performances by Kate Winslet made the film Iris a masterpiece and memorable role of the actress.
Sense and Sensibility (1995)
The film Sense and Sensibility is loosely based on the classic novels penned down by Jane Austen, and it narrates the story of 2 Dashwood sisters, who were once a family with immense wealth, their finances deteriorated over time after the death of their father how now they will find financial security.
Directed by Ang Lee, the film stars Emma Thompson, Kate Winslet, Hugh Grant and Alan Rickman in the role and Kate Winslet received her first Oscar nomination for this movie.
Steve Jobs (2015)
Steve Jobs, the co-founder of Apple, has been the main interest since his unfortunate death in 2011. With Michael Fassbender and Kate Winslet in lead roles and Seth Rogen and Jeff Daniels in supporting roles and directed by Danny Boyle, ‘Steve Jobs’, most recent but crucial movie based on the life of Jobs’.
The film was not based on the Kate Winslet, actually, it was the biographical drama based on the life of Steve Jobs and how he takes the downfall and his coming back into action. One of the best performances by Kate Winslet, she has already won the Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actress this year and she also has been nominated for the same at the Oscars.
Little Children (2006)
One of a unique performance by Kate Winslet till date, the film also bring her a Best Actress nomination, ‘Little Children’ narrates the story of the failed marriages of the modern society. It picks up two such pairs and reveals how they fall in love and get married. They find it difficult to make their bond legit when the community faces the same crisis once a sex offender is come out from a cell.
One of the most critically and commercially acclaimed epic romance films, ‘Titanic’ is considered as the cult classic. The film has been helmed by James Cameron with Di Caprio and Kate Winslet in lead roles, it tells us the story of a lady of the royal family, who dominated by her mother, and she is forced to marry a prince from the royal lineage.
But despite being engaged she realized love and she falls in love with a poor artist, Jack, played by Leo post sudden meeting she had with him.
Both of them were aboard RMS Titanic in the middle of the night changes both their lives. Their love story does not see a happy ending as in the fateful night; the ship hits an iceberg and wrecks, leaving Winslet’s Rose alone after Di Caprio’s Jack dies of hypothermia. Winslet earned her second nomination for Best Actress for this movie, as a whole, bagged 14 Oscar nominations and won 11.
The Reader (2008)
‘The Reader’, rooting itself from Nazi history, recounts an unusual love story between a young boy and an older lady, Michael and Hanna. They share their level of feelings and intimacies when suddenly Hanna disappears as something happened with both of them.
Winslet received her first Academy Award for Best Actress with some of the massive nominations.
Revolutionary Road (2008)
Leonardo di Caprio and Kate Winslet is a perfect onscreen romantic couple is a feast or treat for cinema lovers. Directed by Sam Mendes, ‘Revolutionary Road’ reprises the ever-romantic pair of ‘Titanic’ in this melodrama, which tells us about an ideal couple, who live with their two children, until issues evolve and some misunderstandings created disturbances in their happy life. Both Winslet and Di Caprio were praised for their performances, with Winslet grabbed her first Golden Globe for Best Actress.
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