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Stanley Tucci's 10 Best Movies, According to IMDb

Stanley Tucci is a familiar face to anyone that calls themselves a movie lover, and he's been in the business for years. From comedy to action to drama, Tucci has proved that he can morph into just about any role - and totally slay it in a memorable and unique way.

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He has one Oscar nomination under his belt, and it's time he got some recognition for the best projects he's been apart of. With The King's Man and Moonfall coming soon, there are some definitely high-rated and fantastic flicks to binge.

10 Easy A (2010) - 7.0

This comedy-drama is an instant classic, and Stanley Tucci and Patricia Clarkson are everyone's favorite movie parents, playing as Rosemary and Dill.  On top of them, Easy A is a high school drama that's unlike any other - and is one of Emma Stone's best performances to date.

Almost a decade old, this quirky comedy is still a perfect late-night binge. It's unique and totally hilarious, and it's certainly a fan favorite that people are still quoting and laughing at today.

9 Margin Call (2011) - 7.1

Margin Call is a thriller starring Zachary Quinto, Jeremy Irons, and Stanley Tucci. Taking places during the 2008 financial crises, this movie follows some of key players at a big investment bank.

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This is a hidden gem that certainly didn't get a lot of recognition, despite having a stellar cast and receiving an impressive 7.1 on IMDb. For some surprising intense and financial drama, this is the flick to see.

8 Beauty And The Beast (2017) - 7.1

This magical live-action Disney flick is one of the best to hit the big screen, starring Emma Watson as Belle, Dan Stevens as Beast, and Stanley Tucci as Maestro Cadenza.

Beauty and the Beast is stunning on the big screen, and has a dream cast that's more than perfect at bringing this classic story back to the present day.

7 The Hunger Games (2012) - 7.2

There might not be as iconic of a role for Stanley Tucci as playing Caesar Flickerman in The Hunger Gamesfranchise. Throughout all these flicks, he's become a truly memorable character.

After this huge box office hit was in theaters, everyone certainly knew who Stanley Tucci was. Plus, it was a big breakout for Jennifer Lawrence and Liam Hemsworth, too. This franchise wouldn't be the same without the eccentric secondary characters.

6 Big Night (1996) - 7.3

Big Night is another hidden gem, taking place in the 1950s and in an Italian restaurant. From 1996, Campbell Scott and Stanley Tucci team up to direct this flick about restaurant rivalry.

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It seems a bit different, but it did earn an impressive 7.3, and has Marc Anthony and Stanley Tucci at the forefront. It's time to head back to the '90s for this underappreciated flick.

5 The Terminal (2004) - 7.4

This comedy drama is directed by the brilliant Steven Spielberg, and stars Tom Hanks and Catherine Zeta-Jones. The Terminal follows a European tourist that becomes stranded at the JFK airport, and ends up taking a longer than expected residence there.

Stanley Tucci is Frank Dixon, and this cast also includes Chi McBride and Zoe Saldana. For a romantic comedy, this highly-rated flick is definitely a must-see.

4 The Hunger Games: Catching Fire (2013) - 7.5

The sequel to this popular franchise is one of Stanley Tucci's highest-rated flicks, and it's definitely deserved. He returns as the iconic announcer, Caesar Flickerman, in this teen dystopian drama.

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The Hunger Games: Catching Fire proves that a sequel can be better than the original, and it's impossible to appreciate Stanley Tucci without watching this entertaining, popular, and stunning flick.

3 Conspiracy (2001) - 7.7

Stanley Tucci has a lot of underrated movies, and Conspiracy is one of them. This TV movie scored a whopping 7.7 on IMDb and stars Tucci alongside Kenneth Branagh.

In 1942, this movie follows senior Nazi officials at a conference, who are tasked with finding the 'final solution' to Hitler's goals. This movie is definitely missed by many and should be watched by all history lovers - especially as it is based on true events.

2 Lucky Number Slevin (2006) - 7.7

Lucky Number Slevin is a classic action drama, following rival crime bosses and a case of a mistaken identity. There's assassins and detectives, and Slevin (Josh Hartnett) finds himself in the middle of it.

With Ben Kingsley, Morgan Freeman, Lucy Liu, Bruce Willis, and Stanley Tucci (as Brikowski), this crime drama holds up as entertaining, and actually totally brilliant.

1 Spotlight (2015) - 8.1

Spotlight is an Oscar Best Picture winner, and is a biography drama that tells the true story of the Boston Globe and their uncovering of a huge scandal of the Catholic Archdiocese.

It's dark and tragic, but it's a brilliant and raw tale of a real issue. With Mark Ruffalo, Michael Keaton, Rachel McAdams, and Stanley Tucci (as Mitchell Garabedian), this movie is considered one of the best movies of the decade, one everyone needs to see.

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The 10 Best Emma Stone Movies, Ranked According to IMDb

Over the course of her near-20 year career, Emma Stone has claimed a lot of very impressive accolades. She was the highest-paid actress in the world in 2017 and her acting ability has seen her land both an Academy Award and a Golden Globe.

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Whether it’s her hilariously loveable roles in various excellent comedies, like Superbad, or her much more emotionally resonant serious ventures, like The Favourite, we’ve used IMDb to rank the 10 best films Emma Stone has ever been a part of. Take a look and see how your favorite Emma Stone film ranks.

10 The Amazing Spider-Man (6.9)

It might not be the most positively reviewed superhero film in the world, but Emma Stone’s appearance in The Amazing Spider-Manis known as one of the highlights of the film.

In it, she plays Gwen Stacy, Spidey’s love interest. She openly admitted to not having much knowledge of the franchise, so her well-liked portrayal was even more impressive.

9 Easy A (7.1)

Emma Stone landed the starring role in the Will Gluck comedy, Easy A. Starring alongside an impressive cast that included Amanda Bynes, Thomas Haden Church, and Fred Armisen, there was a lot of responsibility on the leading lady.

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It obviously went pretty well, because the film was praised in general, with Stone’s brilliant performance being the focus. She was nominated for a Golden Globe for Best Actress, as well, which is no mean feat. She plays her character with poise and humor, proving why she is such a highly regarded actress.

8 The Croods (7.2)

The Croods took a unique storyline (co-written by John Cleese himself) and did it justice with its charming animation style and an excellent cast. Stone plays Eep Crood, the daughter of Grug and Ugga (Nicolas Cage and Catherine Keener).

Keen to try out the new things put forward by Ryan Reynolds’ Guy, the two, of course, end up falling in love. Its sequel is on the way at some point in the future.

7 Crazy, Stupid, Love (7.4)

It might not do anything overwhelmingly new, exciting or artistic, but Crazy, Stupid, Lovewas a well-liked romantic comedy with Steve Carell taking on the lead role.

Stone plays Hannah Weaver -- a young woman caught up in the middle of a strange series of attempted romances.

6 Zombieland (7.6)

One of the greatest zom-coms since Shaun Of The Dead is the Woody Harrelson, Jesse Eisenberg, and Emma Stone-starring film, Zombieland. Not only does the film have a genuinely engrossing storyline, but it’s also just incredibly funny from all angles.

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After many years, the film was given a sequel. It might not do the original justice, but it was better than anybody expected.

5 The Favourite (7.6)

The Favourite probably became most well-known for being the film in which Olivia Coleman won Best Actress at the Academy Award, Golden Globes, and BAFTAs, for her incredible portrayal of Queen Anne.

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While Coleman’s wonderful performance wins out, Emma Stone still does a fine job in her portrayal of Abigail Masham in the period black comedy.

4 Superbad (7.6)

One of Emma Stone’s earliest roles saw her land a relatively small part in Superbad. She plays Jules, the host of a party and the recipient of an unwanted kiss from Seth, as well as a black eye ...

Her role was widely praised and ended up leading to a number of impressive comedy roles soon after. The film itself is known to be one of the best American comedies, with Jonah Hill taking on the starring role and Seth Rogen co-writing the film.

3 Birdman (7.7)

The reception to Birdmanwas strange. It won the Academy Award for Best Picture and Best Director (and more), which is an incredibly impressive feat for a black comedy about a ‘superhero’, despite the fact that it didn't get an overwhelming amount of love from audiences.

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Stone doesn’t have a major role, but she plays a much darker character than usual and to perfection -- the recovering drug addict, Sam.

2 La La Land (8.0)

La La Landis probably the most successful film Stone has been a part of in terms of sheer response. After all, the film took home the Academy Award for Best Director and saw Stone herself pick up a Best Actress award.

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Her performance opposite Ryan Gosling (not the first film the pair have appeared in) is exceptional, only pushing forward the impressive quality of this visually stunning, emotional, and musically-gifted film.

1 The Help (8.1)

One of Stone’s most serious roles to date comes from 2011’s The Help. An 8.1 average on IMDb is rather impressive, and the film’s four Academy Awards nominations help to prove why.

Stone plays the aspiring journalist Eugenia ‘Skeeter’ Phelan as she navigates her way through the 1963 Civil Rights Movement while writing a book from the perspective of two black maids who experience daily racism.

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Easy A

For the pejorative term for an easy academic program, see Mickey Mouse degrees.

2010 film by Will Gluck

Easy A (stylized as easy A) is a 2010 American teenromanticcomedy film directed by Will Gluck, written by Bert V. Royal and starring Emma Stone, Stanley Tucci, Patricia Clarkson, Thomas Haden Church, Dan Byrd, Amanda Bynes, Penn Badgley, Cam Gigandet, Lisa Kudrow, Aly Michalka, and Malcolm McDowell. The screenplay was partially inspired by the 1850 novel The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne.

Shot at Screen Gems studios and in Ojai, California, the film was released on September 17, 2010. The film received positive reviews with praise for Stone's performance, and was a major financial success, grossing $75 million worldwide against a budget of $8 million.

Plot[edit]

The story is narrated by Olive Penderghast, a 17-year-old high school girl living in Ojai, California, speaking into her webcam.

Olive lies to her best friend, Rhiannon Abernathy, about going on a date in order to get out of camping with Rhiannon's hippie parents. Instead, she hangs around the house all weekend listening to Natasha Bedingfield's "Pocketful of Sunshine" from a musical greeting card her grandmother sent her. The following Monday, Rhiannon presses Olive until she lies about losing her virginity to a college boy. Marianne Bryant, a devout Christian whom Olive considers to be prudish, overhears her telling the lie and it soon spreads throughout the school. The school's church group, run by Marianne, decides to "save" Olive from her supposed promiscuity. Olive confides the truth to her friend Brandon, who is bullied by other students for being gay. Brandon asks Olive to pretend to have sex with him at a party so the other students will believe he is straight, to which she agrees.

After a fight with Rhiannon over her new reputation as a "dirty skank," Olive decides to counteract the harassment by embracing her new image as the school tramp, wearing more provocative clothing and stitching a red "A" onto her clothing, inspired by Hester Prynne from The Scarlet Letter. Boys who have had no previous luck with girls beg Olive to increase their popularity by saying they have had sex with her, which she does in exchange for gift cards to various stores. Things get worse when Micah, Marianne's boyfriend, contracts chlamydia from sleeping with Mrs. Griffith, the school guidance counselor, and blames Olive. As Mrs. Griffith's husband, Mr. Griffith, is Olive's favorite teacher, she accepts the blame to spare their marriage.

The church youth group, which now includes Rhiannon, begins harassing Olive in an attempt to get her to drop out of school. Olive gets asked out on a date by Anson, Rhiannon's crush, which ends badly when Anson bribes Olive to actually have sex with him and not just pretend that she did. Olive later reconnects with Todd, her former love interest, who tells her he does not believe the rumors because she lied for him when he was not ready for his first kiss years ago. Olive decides to ask everyone she lied for to help her by telling everyone the truth, but nobody is willing to relinquish their newfound popularity. When Mrs. Griffith also refuses to tell the truth, Olive threatens to expose her affair, but Mrs. Griffith says no one would believe her. Out of spite, Olive immediately tells Mr. Griffith, who subsequently separates from his wife.

After talking with her open-minded mother, Olive comes up with a plan - she does a song-and-dance number at a school pep rally to get people's attention and tells them to watch her webcast later that night, promising an online sex show with Todd when in reality, it is the webcast that has served as the narrative device for the film. As she is finishing up her webcast, Todd comes by her house riding a lawn mower. She signs off by saying that she may lose her virginity to Todd sooner or later, but proudly declares that "it is nobody's goddamn business." Olive texts Rhiannon and apologizes for lying to her. She goes outside to meet Todd and the two share a kiss before riding off on the lawn mower.

Cast[edit]

Production[edit]

Development[edit]

Screenwriter Bert V. Royal claims to have written the entire screenplay, except for the last ten pages, in five days.[4] Royal's plan was to adapt three classic works into films and to set them at the same high school, so that some characters would appear in multiple films. Besides The Scarlet Letter, which was the source material for Easy A, Royal wanted to adapt Cyrano de Bergerac and The Mystery of Edwin Drood.[4]Natasha Bedingfield's song "Pocketful of Sunshine", which becomes a running joke in the film, was not in Royal's original script. He envisioned "Olive", a track from Ken Nordine's 1966 album Colors, to play during Olive's weekend montage (which introduces the song).[4] Director Will Gluck's favorite film is Ferris Bueller's Day Off and has multiple homages to it in the film (Olive's shower Mohawk, "never had one lesson"), among many other John Hughes references.[5] According to Royal, although the word "fuck" appeared 47 times in the original draft, which was written as an R-rated comedy, all occurrences were cut from the final film. However, Gluck shot two versions of many scenes, both with and without the coarser language.[4] Although the film was cut down for a wider audience, the film still obtained a 15 rating in the United Kingdom.[6]

Filming[edit]

Gluck credits Stone with improvising the line about being a "Gossip Girl in the Sweet Valley of Traveling Pants".[7] The entire film was shot in Ojai, California, using Panavision's Genesis and later filmized. Not a single film set was used; even the houses in the film belong to Ojai residents. The school used as "Ojai North High School" in the film is Nordhoff High School, and the end credits are filmed on Fordyce Road, both located in Ojai, California.

Soundtrack[edit]

The soundtrack was released by Madison Gate Records on September 14, 2010, and is available via iTunes. It features tracks from Jessie J, Lenka, Natasha Bedingfield, Kardinal Offishall, and Cary Brothers. Other songs in the film but not on the soundtrack album are from OneRepublic, Angus & Julia Stone, The Dollyrots, Death Cab for Cutie, and The Pussycat Dolls.[8]

Release[edit]

Emma Stone and Penn Badgley at the film's Toronto premiere.

Easy A had its world premiere at the 2010 Toronto International Film Festival.[9]

Home media[edit]

Easy A was released on DVD and Blu-ray Disc on December 21, 2010.[10] The DVD features a gag reel, Emma Stone's audition footage, an audio commentary with director Gluck and Stone, and previews. Blu-ray exclusive bonus features include: The Making of Easy A, The School of Pop Culture: Movies of the '80s, Vocabulary of Hilarity and a trivia track.

Reception[edit]

Box office[edit]

The film opened on September 17, 2010, and grossed $6,787,163 on its opening day and $17,734,040 in its opening weekend, placing second behind The Town on both figures, and already making back more than double the film's slim $8 million budget. This was in line with expectations from Sony of an opening weekend take of around $15 million.[2] The film grossed a total of $58,401,464 in the United States and Canada plus $16,624,752 in international markets for a worldwide total of $75,026,216, earning its budget back more than nine times, making it a huge financial success.[3]

Critical response[edit]

On the review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes the film has an approval rating of 85% based on 189 reviews, with an average rating of 7.08/10. The site's critical consensus reads, "It owes a huge debt to older (and better) teen comedies, but Easy A proves a smart, witty showcase for its irresistibly charming star, Emma Stone."[11] Another review aggregator, Metacritic, assigned the film a weighted average score of 72 out of 100, based on 35 critics, indicating "generally favorable reviews".[12] Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of "A–" on an A+ to F scale.[13]

Chicago Sun-Times film critic Roger Ebert gave the film three and a half out of four stars, writing, "Easy A offers an intriguing middle ground to the absolute of sexual abstinence: Don't sleep with anybody, but say you did. It's a funny, engaging comedy that takes the familiar but underrated Emma Stone and makes her, I believe, a star."[14]Richard Corliss of Time Magazine named Emma Stone's performance one of the ten best film performances of 2010, writing that "Stone lends winning maturity and a gift for making sassy dialogue sound natural. This 22-year-old is an actress-personality — a star — around whom Hollywood could build some pretty good movies".[15] John Griffiths from Us Weekly gave the film two and a half stars out of four; he praised Stone, stating that "With her husky voice and fiery hair, Stone is spectacular, echoing early Lindsay Lohan", but also added that "The story is thin, and the laughs meager".[16]

Accolades[edit]

Sequel/Spin-off[edit]

It was announced on June 20, 2019, that a spinoff film of Easy A is in development, which will be written and directed by Bert V. Royal.[23] Further confirmation of the film came in 2021, with Aly Michalka stating "There are talks that there might be a sequel. That actually is semi real....It would be kind of like a new retelling but you'd see some of the characters from the original come back into the story."[24]

References[edit]

  1. ^"EASY A (15)". British Board of Film Classification. August 12, 2010. Retrieved November 22, 2014.
  2. ^ abFritz, Ben (September 16, 2010). "Movie projector: 'Easy A' expected to lead 'The Town,' 'Devil,' 'Alpha and Omega'". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved September 16, 2010.
  3. ^ ab"Easy A (2010)". Box Office Mojo. Amazon.com. Retrieved April 4, 2020.
  4. ^ abcd"Bert V. Royal Interview with Creative Screenwriting Magazine Podcast, September 14, 2010". Creativescreenwritingmagazine.blogspot.com. Retrieved October 4, 2011.
  5. ^Krystal Clark (October 14, 2010). "Interview: Director Will Gluck for Easy A". ScreenCrave. Archived from the original on July 16, 2011. Retrieved March 1, 2011.
  6. ^"EASY A rated 15 by the BBFC". Bbfc.co.uk. August 12, 2010. Archived from the original on July 21, 2012. Retrieved October 4, 2011.
  7. ^Jen Yamato (September 18, 2010). "Easy A Director Will Gluck on Teen Sex and '80s Fantasy Boyfriends". Archived from the original on September 21, 2010. Retrieved December 13, 2010.
  8. ^"Easy A (2010)" – via www.imdb.com.
  9. ^Corliss, Richard (September 17, 2010). "Easy A: We ♥ Emma Stone". Time. Archived from the original on September 18, 2010.
  10. ^"'Easy A' DVD Release Date Announced". BuzzFocus. Archived from the original on November 15, 2010. Retrieved November 23, 2010.
  11. ^"Easy A (2010)". Rotten Tomatoes. Retrieved January 18, 2020.
  12. ^"Easy A reviews". Metacritic. Retrieved February 17, 2020.
  13. ^"CinemaScore". cinemascore.com. Archived from the original on September 16, 2017.
  14. ^Roger Ebert (September 15, 2010). "Review: "Easy A"". Chicago Sun-Times.
  15. ^Corliss, Richard (December 9, 2010). "The Top 10 Everything of 2010 - Emma Stone as Olive in Easy A". Time. Archived from the original on December 13, 2010. Retrieved December 13, 2011.
  16. ^US Weekly - Issue 829 - Dated January 3, 2011.
  17. ^"2011 Artios Award Nominations for Outstanding Achievement in Casting". Casting Society of America. 2011. Retrieved January 7, 2012.
  18. ^"Best Female Performance". MTV Movie Awards. Retrieved May 3, 2011.
  19. ^"Best Comedic Performance". MTV Movie Awards. Retrieved May 3, 2011.
  20. ^"Best Line from a Movie". MTV Movie Awards. Retrieved May 3, 2011.
  21. ^"Teen Choice Awards 2011: The Winners". Elena Gorgan. Retrieved August 8, 2011.
  22. ^"Teen Choice Awards 2010: Second (Giant) Wave Of Nominees Announced!". Archived from the original on November 5, 2013. Retrieved August 15, 2011.
  23. ^Kroll, Justin (June 20, 2019). "'Easy A' Spinoff in the Works From Original Screenwriter (EXCLUSIVE)". Variety. Retrieved June 20, 2019.
  24. ^"Aly Michalka Reveals a Potential Easy a Sequel is in the Works". July 25, 2021.

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