6 Best Performances of Timothee Chalamet
Timothée Chalamet has already cemented his status as one of Hollywood's darlings at just 24 years of age. His desire to accept androgyny and show empathy on and off the big screen has the ability to rid the planet of toxic masculinity alone. Posted On February 16th, 2021
Elio, Call Me By Your Name
The blossoming romance between 17-year-old Elio, played by Chalamet, and 24-year-old archaeology student Oliver, played by Armie Hammer, is chronicled by 'Call Me by Your Name.' Set in the Italian countryside in the 1980s, both its aesthetic and its storyline make the film magnificent. With Hammer, Chalamet has remarkable chemistry and really shows off his ability to work with complex emotional themes. A heartless monster is someone who does not weep during the final episode. Chalamet was rightfully awarded his first Golden Globe and Academy Award nominations for the film.
King Harry V, The King
"The King" blends cinematic realism with the iconic story of plays by Shakespeare. Starring as King Henry V, Chalamet displays his ability to look hot and pull off dramatic battle scenes from a bowl cut. When he ascends the throne, the film follows the warrior king and works out how to navigate politics and war. In the dirt, make sure not to skip Robert Pattinson sliding around.
Nic, Beautiful Boy
In this personal, tragic, and moving tale of addiction, relapse, and redemption, Chalamet and Steve Carell star as father and son, based on David and Nic Sheff's best-selling memoirs. Chalamet transforms mentally and physically compared to' Call Me by Your Name.' His memorable performance is impressive enough to make someone a "Chalamaniac," and it won him more honors and nominations.
Theodore, Little Women
The iconic tale of the March sisters, four women coming of age and forging independent paths after the Civil War, is revealed by Little Women'. This version of Little People" stresses the sisters' agency and rage, and this intent is fulfilled by Chalamet's characterization of Laurie as a childhood friend and subsequent thwarted love interest. Another fabulous film by Greta Gerwig, "Little Women," was well-received but snubbed for major nominations and awards.
Kyle, Lady Bird
For Chalamet, 2017 proved to be a major year and "Lady Bird" gave him the first of many supporting roles that really put him on the map. Chalamet beautifully performs his role as the snobby, bass-playing, dirtbag crush opposite Saoirse Ronan. His success is one of the many "Lady Bird" related pieces, especially for anyone who has encountered attraction and eventual disappointment from men who look cool and mysterious. In Greta Gerwig's solo directorial debut, Chalamet is essentially a tool for establishing the coming-of-age storyline for the titular character.
Pvt. Phillippe, Hostiles
While not equal to the accomplishments of "Lady Bird" and "Call Me by Your Name," Chalamet capped off his year of working with this brutal Western on the film festival circuit. Chalamet plays a policeman, alongside Christian Bale and Rosamund Pike, who is part of a security detail escorting a Cheyenne leader and his family back to their Montana home on what turns out to be a very harrowing trip.