Best of Jennifer Lawrence on Netflix

Best of Jennifer Lawrence on Netflix

Jennifer Lawrence– the Hollywood sweetheart. She was the ‘it girl’ from the 2010s and has done over twenty films and shows. Started her career as a model and now she is one of the highest-paid actresses in the world. She is known for her roles in Winter’s Bone, The Hunger Games, and Silver Linings Playbook. She even won an Oscar for Silver Linings Playbook, which just open a gate towards Netflix. But we need to remind ourselves, Jennifer Lawrence doesn’t need Netflix, Netflix needs Jennifer Lawrence. She started her journey with Winter’s Bone in 2013 and grabbed Best actress Oscar nomination in the way. She even was part of blockbusters like X-Men and The Hunger Games, but for Silver Linings Playbook, she finally won the Academy Award.

So, let us find out the best films of Jennifer Lawrence on Netflix.

Best of Jennifer Lawrence on Netflix

The Hunger Games

Katniss Everdeen, played by Jennifer Lawrence, a representative of District 12, a fearless girl, participates in a competition titled The Hunger Games, which is full of violence and brutality. The plot develops around a survivor, who has the desire and ability to survive to run away from poverty and starvation. The cast also includes Josh Hutcherson and Liam Hemsworth.

Mother

A 2017 film by Darren Aronofsky, starring Jennifer Lawrence and Javier Bardem, as a couple. The couple living in a mansion where the husband is suffering from creative block and the wife becomes unsettled by the chaos surrounding her pregnancy. The film is intoxicated, claustrophobic, and full of mysticism and Lawrence just adds essence to the film.

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Passengers

A 2016 film by Morten Tyldum, starring Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt titled Passengers. A man is moving to a distant space colony, but he wakes up because of some malfunction in the pod, 90 years before his required time. Suffering from dislocation and loneliness, he wakes up his female colleague to survive time. It is one of the most underrated sci-fi films of all time.

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