Olsen is the younger sister of the famous Olsen twins, whom you may remember from Full House. She hasn’t been in Hollywood for very long. She didn’t start acting in films until the last decade, but she quickly established a career for herself, appearing in a number of movies and now having her own television show. If you’re a fan of Elizabeth Olsen, here is what you should stream on Netflix, from Kodachrome to Wind River.
Elizabeth Olsen films for you to stream on Netflix
Matt, his father, and the nurse’s road trip will remind you of many road trips you’ve taken with friends and family, where certain times are a lot of fun and others can be irritating, but it’s all about the journey not the destination.
Olsen does an excellent job as Zooey Kern, the nurse, and we get to watch her shine in a part that tugs at your heartstrings. Ed Harris and Jason Sudeikis are also fantastic, and their relationship perfectly matches Kodachrome‘s tone. We won’t give away the movie’s ending, but get your tissues ready because you’ll need them. Stream this gem now.
This is one of our favorites since it distinguishes Olsen from her Marvel identity. Wind River, featuring Olsen and another Marvel co-star, Jeremy Renner, recounts the story of a U.S. Fish and Wildlife tracker/FBI agent who is now on the investigation of a murder on the Wind River Indian Reservation in Wyoming, a crime that has spawned lots of intrigues.
Renner and Olsen have wonderful chemistry in the film, and the tale is truly entertaining to watch and explore as it unfolds. For all the murder mystery enthusiasts, the movie will keep you on the edge of your seat, trying to figure out where the clues go and how they relate. It’s almost as if you’re in the room.
Spike Lee has a reputation for making intriguing films, and Olsen decided to give it a shot when she signed on for Oldboy. We follow Joe, a guy who is abducted and forced to endure torture for the next 20 years of his life, in this neo-noir action-thriller film. He is liberated two decades later, and he seeks vengeance.
Keep in mind that this is a remake of the South Korean film of the same name, so it’s not entirely original, but it’s a lot of fun to watch, even though it’s quite similar to the original.
Olsen is excellent in the part of Marie Sebastian, and there are several plot twists and turns that keep the tale moving forward. It also includes Josh Brolin (Thanos) and Samuel L. Jackson (Agent Fury) in characters that are vastly different from their Marvel counterparts, so it’s always fascinating to see how these three well-known Marvel actors act.
Watch them and let us know your favorite among the lot.