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Top 10 Keira Knightley movies of all time

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Keira Knightley gave her 29 years to the industry, and those years were worth it. She has amassed a remarkable accumulation of her work, demonstrating her exceptional talent, growth, and stunning beauty. She played many different, or you can say that difficult roles but flawlessly did justice to every role every time.

She has a special ability to depict intelligent, troubled, and complex women. So her portrayal of ace cryptanalyst Joan Clarke in The Imitation Game is not surprising. She also has a tremendous flair for historical plays. Yes! She has been criticized throughout her journey, but it didn’t stop her from being the amazing actress she is now.

Here are the top 10 Keira Knightley movies that you might be interested in if you are a fan too. So, without wasting any time, let’s explore!

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Charlotte (2021)

In the very beginning, “Charlotte” makes its point very clear. You can’t hope to be loved by life. Instead, it would help if you decided to embrace life. It is a real-life experience of Charlotte Saloman, played by Keira Knightley. The German-Jewish painter grew up in Berlin on the verge of World War II. She aspires to be an artist and is extremely inventive and skilled.

Silent Night' Starring Keira Knightley Celebrates a Darkly Comedic Final Christmas This December [Trailer] - Bloody Disgusting

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Silent Night (2021)

Silent night burns the movie’s assumptions of Christmas reunions to the crisp. It’s a dark comedy film about how the end of the world could bring the greatest and absolutely horrible in people. The story pictures a family who invites their friends and relatives for a reunion. Annually, Nell(Keira Knightley), Simon, and their son invite their old childhood classmates and wives to Thanksgiving at their house. However, it is revealed that this will be their last meal since there’s an ecological disaster approaching.

Misbehaviour (2020)

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Misbehavior (2020)

Misbehavior shines out for its dynamic narration. A colorful, humorous movie, it skillfully explores the subtleties of interconnectivity and various viewpoints inside the feminist movement. It is the story of Sally Alexander(Keira), a divorced woman with a child. She attended college for higher studies and joined a women’s liberation group. In this safe space, they talk about inequality in the system. Consequently, a group of women proposes a wild scheme to sabotage London’s 1970 Miss World pageant.

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Official Secrets (2019)

Official Secrets has a well-known plot with a clear-cut but admirable philosophy. However, it excels because of Keira Knightley’s strong presence. The real-life account of a British whistleblower(Keira) revealed details of a dubious NSA spy operation to the media. It was intended to persuade the UN Security Council to approve the 2003 Iraq invasion. It creates an extreme line of events as well as sparks global outrage. In contrast, revealing a massive political plot endangers Gun and her whole family.

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The Aftermath (2019)

The film turns out to be a careful examination of the consequences of our decisions, with a result that defies logic. It is a film set in post-war Germany. After World War II, Rachael Morgan(Keira) reunites with her husband, who has been responsible for rebuilding the estate. But the tension arises when her husband decides to live with the place’s previous owners, a German widower. Unfortunately, conflict and sorrow make room for desire and deceit in a tense environment.



Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales (2017)

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Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales (2017)

A film pictures an open seas adventurous trip with loads of burden. The franchise has a lot of things that have made it enjoyable on screen. The story starts with lethal ghost sailors headed by his old enemy breakout from the Devil’s Triangle. They intend to murder every pirate on the ocean and Captain Jack Sparrow. He sails on a journey to find the powerful artifact which gives his owner complete dominion over the sea. Captain knows it’s his only chance at survival. However, you will see Keira as a fictional character Elizabeth Swann in the movie.

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Colette (2018)

Although the set, design, and direction were excellent, Knightley brings the colorful but fascinating tale of a daring woman to live. The story is about a talented woman Colette(Keira), a remarkable writer. Her husband encourages her to write with his name. However, when her writing started to get fame, she struggled against gender stereotypes to showcase her capabilities. She was determined to get back what was rightfully hers.

Collateral Beauty (2016)

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Collateral Beauty (2016)

The narrative takes you on an emotional trip with Will Smith while making you reflect on your objectives and core principles. After a tragedy, a successful advertising executive is given a second chance at life. When he fully recovers, he sends letters to death, love(Keira), and time to get explanations. His friends are worried for him while also trying desperately to connect with him. And guess what? He receives the answers! He starts comprehending how the greatest loss can give life to the brief moments of beauty and purpose.

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The Imitation Game (2014)

The Imitation Game did an excellent job of putting Turing’s life experience understandable to the general public. The story is about the true life events of Alan Turing. First, the movie pictures the bleakest times of World War II. The time when Turing and his teammates attempted to decode the coded messages that the Nazis sent through the Enigma machine. Then comes Joan(Keira) into the picture. She joins the team and helps Turing warm up with his team, leaving his ego behind.

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The Edge of Love (2008)

Sienna Miller and Keira Knightley dazzle the frame with their elegance and vitality. A classic narrative stars Matthew Rhys as the poet Dylan Thomas. Through the experiences of two exceptional women, the devotion and sadness of renowned poet Dylan Thomas are shown. The clever, charming poet who adores them combines two combative, independent women. Skip forward ten years, Vera Philips(Keira) and Dylan – whom they first fell in love with as teenagers, reconnect in London.



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