Top 10 Movies By Susan Sarandon of All Time

If you require a clear sign of sexism and ageism in Hollywood, try getting some of the best actors above the age of 60. By only getting older, Susan Sarandon has gone against Hollywood rules of stardom: her performance and quality of movies continue to improve as she enters the middle age. She was born Tomalin Susan on October the 4th,1946 in New York City as the oldest of eight children. She married an actor called Chris Sarandon, something that made her love acting.

List of Top 10 Movies by Susan Sarandon of all time until in 2017

10. Little Women

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‘Little Women’ is a film about the United States of America, as well as the civil war that faced the country. However, some sisters called the ‘March Sisters’ manage to live and grow beyond the Civil War in America. Gillian Armstrong is the director of this film that he makes 115 minutes long. The stars in the movie compose of Winona Ryder, Susan Sarandon, Claire Danes and Kirsten Dunst. The film is a better flashback to many historical events that did happen in America.

9. Thelma and Louise

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A housewife and an Arkansas waitress shoot a notorious rapist and escape in a ’65 Thunderbird.’ Susan Sarandon acts like a no-nonsense feminist icon, a murderous outlaw, and a great road tripper. She has a fantastic chemistry with Thelma, something that makes the movie better. Scott Ridley is the director, and his work turns out to be outstanding, as usual.

8. The Client

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During the mid-1990s, it looked like a better John Grisham adaptation released weekly. However, this creepy, atmospheric thriller is many miles ahead of the rest, thanks to the powerhouse performance one by Sarandon Susan, the Oscar nominee. She acts as a wry, quietly vulnerable and tough Southern advocate with the name Reggie Love, one of the best names ever. Other actors include Brad Renfro, Tommy Lee Jones, and Mary Louise Parker.

7. Arbitrage

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In the film ‘Arbitrage’, a troubled hedge magnate gets desperate to complete selling his trading empire and makes a mistake. The error makes him seek help from the most unlikely person in the Nicholas Jarecki-directed movie that plays for 107 minutes. The actors include Susan Sarandon, Richard Gere, Tim Roth and Brit Marling. The film is an ‘all time classic.’

6. The Lovely Bones

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‘The Lovely Bones’ is a horror movie about a young girl who watches her family from purgatory after being murdered. The young girl is faced with a very tough choice and has to weigh the desire for her family members to heal against the desire for vengeance. Peter Jackson directs the 135 minutes’ movie that is acted by Mark Wahlberg, Rachel Weisz, Susan Sarandon and Saoirse Ronan. Jackson Peter is the director.

5. The Witches of Eastwick

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With the help of listeners Michelle Pfeiffer and Cher, Sarandon can access her supernatural stars and summons the statuesque Van Horne Daryl. She wreaks havoc on the small town of Americana as well as Rhodes island, something that makes cherries never to be the same again. The 118 minutes’ film has George Miller as the director with the actors including Susan Sarandon, Jack Nicholson, Michelle Pfeiffer and Cher.

4. Dead Man Walking

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Susan Sarandon’s role in ‘Dead Man Walking’ won her an Oscar award, something that tells how well she acted in that capacity. The award was the first one she won after being nominated for other five awards, all of which were in vain. Susan takes the role of Sister Helen Prejean, a nurse who attempts to save the life of Matthew Poncelet, who is convinced of murder. The Tim Robbins-directed film is 122 minutes long.

3. Enchanted

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An evil queen sends away a princess who is getting ready for a wedding in New York City. While in New York City, she falls in love with a high-ranking lawyer in the Lima Kevin directed film that plays for 107 minutes. Susan Sarandon leads the actors on board and includes Amy Adams, Patrick Dempsey and James Marsden. The romantic thriller movie remains to be a hit until today.

2. Twilight

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In the movie titled ‘Twilight,’ an ex-detective willingly takes a task that he considers simple, not knowing that it will open and tear forgotten, deadly and old wounds. The 94 minutes’ film cast under director Robert Benton is another action thriller loved by many across the entire world. The actors of the movie include Susan Sarandon, Paul Newman, Gene Hackman and Reese Witherspoon.

1. You Don’t Know Jack

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I know you have heard about ‘doctor-assisted suicide.’ The film looks at the work, and life of Jack Kevorkian, a staunch supporter of ‘doctor-assisted suicide.’ The 134 minutes’ film directed by Barry Levinson looks at the reasons why Jack does advocate for ‘doctor-assisted suicide’ and why the whole concept is crucial in life. The actors include Brenda Vaccaro, Al Pacino, Deidre O’ Connell, John Goodman and Susan Sarandon.

Susan Sarandon New Movies 2017

Mothers and Daughters’

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Mothers and Daughters’ is a film about interwoven tales of what it is to be a mother viewed through Rigby Gray, a photographer. The film is directed by Nigel Levy and Paul Duddridge. The writers are Paige Cameron and Paul Duddridge. Those who star in the movie include Selma Blair, Symmetry and Luke Mitchell. The film shows that Susan Sarandon is still great in acting despite her age, something that deserves to be recommended

Susan Sarandon is a great actor who never fades, despite being of older age. Acting for many years and remaining relevant is a unique thing in Hollywood. Susan Sarandon is one actor who has made it possible to remain significant, which is what makes her outstanding. She must be the best actor over a prolonged period, which is why we celebrate her today. Long live Susan Sarandon.

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