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Top 10 Best Alexandra Daddario Movies of All time

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Alexandra Anna Daddario an American Actress and model born on March 16, 1986. She’d always had an actress inside. At 11, in an interview, she stated, “I’ve always enjoyed telling stories. I could have done anything, really; I had every opportunity in the world. The acting was just something I actually wanted to do.” Luckily it was not long before she got a role in the TV show All My Children at 16.

While in a couple of years, Alexandra Daddario, formerly a child star, ascended gradually from unknown in B-movies to Hollywood starlet. It started with her crucial role in the Percy Jackson trilogy. Ever since, she has expanded the range of her résumé, adding blockbusters. Here is the list of the top 10 best Alexandra Daddario movies of all time to celebrate her achievements.

Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters

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Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters (2013)

Genre: Adventure, Fantasy, Family

Director: Thor Freudenthal

Writer: Marc Guggenheim, Rick Riordan

IMDb Rating: 5.7

Runtime: 1 hr.46 mins

The second movie in the Percy Jackson series – Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters, is a partial adaptation of Rick Riordan’s 2006 book The Sea of Monsters. It’s a sequel to Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief (2010). It is considered one of the breakthrough film series for Alexandra Daddario, as people admired her performance.

To save their dying haven, Percy, the half-human son of the Greek God, embarks on a mission with his friends – Annabeth Chase (Alexandra Daddario), Clarisse La Rue, and Tyson.

Baywatch (2017)

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Baywatch (2017)

Genre: Action, Comedy, Crime

Director: Seth Gordon

Writer: Michael Berk, Douglas Schwartz, Gregory J. Bonann

IMDb Rating: 5.5

Runtime: 1 hr.56 mins

An American movie, Baywatch, received negative reviews from critics and yet made $177 million globally. Alexandra won the Golden Schmoes Award for Best T&A of the Year.

The famous Mitch Buchannon takes his elite group of lifeguards on a quest when a hazardous wave strikes the beach. He showed everyone that you don’t need a badge to defend the bay. Whereas you will see Alexandra as one of Mitch’s savior squad.

San Andreas' Alexandra Daddario

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San Andreas (2015)

Genre: Action, Adventure, Thriller

Director: Brad Peyton

Writer: Carlton Cuse, Andre Fabrizio, Jeremy Passmore

IMDb Rating: 6.1

Runtime: 1 hr. 54 mins

It’s an American disaster film that garnered mixed reviews from critics. However, people praised the ensemble cast’s performance of Dwayne Johnson, Gugino, and the special effects. Alexandra was even nominated for the Teen Choice Award for Choice Movie Actress: Action.

A rescue-chopper pilot crosses California on a perilous voyage with his ex-wife after a devastating earthquake to save his daughter(Daddario).

The Babysitters (2007)

Genre: Drama

Director: David Ross

Writer: David Ross

IMDb Rating: 5.6

Runtime: 1 hr.28 mins

It’s an American independent drama that garnered mostly unfavorable reviews. According to critics, Babysitters stumbles between exploitation and foulness despite being based on a bold subject due to inconsistent execution.

It’s a story of a bright seventeen-year-old student Shirley, who babysits to pay for college. After having a little fun with the father of the children she babysits, Shirley converts her babysitting business into a call-girl business.

Baked in Brooklyn (2016)

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Baked in Brooklyn (2016)

Genre: Comedy, Crime, Drama

Director: Rory Rooney

Writer: David Shapiro

IMDb Rating: 5.4

Runtime: 1 hr.26 mins

American-Spanish movie Bakery in Brooklyn was released on June 30, 2016. Although the movie is modeled on the same-named novel, both are fictional pieces.

After losing his work, a man tries to sell marijuana, and in between, he meets the girl of his dreams (Daddario). However, things fastly spiral out of control as commercial demands, and paranoia starts to take hold

Bereavement (2010)

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Bereavement (2010)

Genre: Crime, Horror, Thriller

Director: Stevan Mena

Writer: Stevan Mena

IMDb Rating: 5.0

Runtime: 1 hr.43 mins

Bereavement, a 2010 American movie that was once titled Malevolence 2: Bereavement, is a sequel to Mena’s movie Malevolence. Critics gave it varying ratings, making $10 million compared to its $2 million budget. Malevolence 3: Killer, the sequel, was published in 2018.

Teenage orphan Allison (Daddario) learns that a sick neighbor is teaching his ways to 10-year-old Martin, a boy he abducted five years ago. But, unfortunately, he is teaching him how to commit serial killings.

When We First Met (2018)

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When We First Met (2018)

Genre: Comedy, Fantasy, Romance

Director: Ari Sandel

Writer: John Whittington

IMDb Rating: 6.4

Runtime: 1 hr.37 mins

American movie from 2018, When We First Met, received mostly negative reviews from critics but praised Daddarios performance.

After falling in love with Avery(Daddario) at a Halloween party, Noah gets friend-zoned as she has been engaged to another man. So, to make things right, Noah travels back in time.

The Layover (2017)

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The Layover (2017)

Genre: Comedy, Romance

Director: William H. Macy

Writer: David Hornsby, Lance Krall

IMDb Rating: 4.7

Runtime: 1 hr.28 mins

American movie from 2017, The Layover, garnered unfavorable reviews from critics. In addition, the audience was not very happy as the story is nothing but fighting over a man. However, the age-old concept of a love triangle is portrayed very well by the leading ladies.

After their flight is diverted thanks to a hurricane, two friends, Kate and Meg(Daddario), find themselves fighting over a man.

Can You Keep A Secret?'

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Can You Keep a Secret? (2019)

Genre: Comedy, Romance

Director: Elise Durán

Writer: Peter Hutchings, Sophie Kinsella

IMDb Rating: 5.3

Runtime: 1 hr.34 mins

It is a 2019 American film made publicly available in North America via video on demand. It premiered for a limited time in overseas markets, grossing $1.6 million. The film received unfavorable reviews.

Emma(Daddario) tells a stranger on a flight her personal secrets in the belief that they are about to die. At least, she assumed he was an unfamiliar person. But she later discovers Jack, the young CEO of her company, who is now aware of every embarrassing fact about her.

We Have Always Lived in the Castle

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We Have Always Lived in the Castle (2018)

Genre: Horror, Mystery, Drama

Director: Stacie Passon

Writer: Mark Kruger, Shirley Jackson

IMDb Rating: 5.6

Runtime: 1hr. 35mins

It’s an American movie based on the same-titled novel of 1962 by Shirley Jackson. Critics were happy about the ensemble cast’s performance, and the film garnered positive reviews.

After a traumatic incident six years prior, Merricat, Constance(Daddario), and their Uncle Julian now live in seclusion. However, the family’s terrible secret that they have been keeping is threatened when cousin Charles shows up to take the family’s money.



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