Julianne Moore: her best movies

Talking about Julianne Moore is talking about one of the most important actresses of our days and a woman who has simply done it all in Hollywood.

The actress has been building a great acting career since the 90s, when she began in supporting roles that later led her to the first credits and forged her legend.

Moore celebrates another year of life today and does so from the top of Hollywood , where Julianne Moore has earned a place thanks to her unforgettable portrayals of women going through complex emotional dilemmas in independent films, as well as her roles in blockbusters.

It is time to review the great titles that have forged their legend.

Boogie Nights: Games of Pleasure (1997)

In the San Fernando Valley in 1977, a young Eddie Adams ( Mark Wahlberg ) is discovered by porn director Jack Horner ( Burt Reynolds ), who transforms him into adult film sensation Dirk Diggler. Embedded in a circle of supportive friends, including fellow actors Amber Waves ( Julianne Moore ), Rollergirl ( Heather Graham ), and Reed Rothchild ( John C. Reilly ), Dirk fulfills all his ambitions, but a toxic combination of drugs and selfishness. threatens to seize him. 

Moore plays a butt actress who serves as the mother figure of the clan. Her great performance earned her her first Oscar nomination.

Children of Man (2006)

When infertility threatens humanity with extinction and the last born child has perished, a disillusioned bureaucrat (Clive Owen) becomes the unlikely champion in the fight for the survival of Earth’s population. But he is not alone as Julian ( Julianne Moore ) accompanies him to protect the last hope left on the planet from danger. An unmissable film authored by Alfonso Cuaron .

The Kids Are Alright (2010)

Jules ( Julianne Moore ) and Nic ( Annette Bening ) have been together for almost 20 years and have two teenage children named Joni and Laser, who were conceived through artificial insemination. Unbeknownst to their mothers, Joni and Laser search for their biological father, a restaurateur named Paul ( Mark Ruffalo ). Problems arise when the teenagers bond with Paul and invite him into their lives.

Gloria Bell (2018)

Gloria ( Julianne Moore ), a free-spirited divorcee spends her nights on the dance floor, happily letting loose in the clubs of Los Angeles. She soon finds herself thrown into an unexpected new romance , filled with the joy of budding love and the complications of dating.

Far from Heaven (2002)

Set in conservative suburban Connecticut in the 1950s , the film revolves around Cathy Whitaker ( Julianne Moore ), a perfect wife, mother, and homemaker married to Frank Whitaker ( Dennis Quaid ), a respected successful executive. Cathy leads an apparently balanced, satisfying and scheduled life according to the canons of the American bourgeois family. However, unexpectedly, she has to face a very serious marital crisis and an outside world that imposes limits on emotions. A world in which she dominates racism and sexual intolerance.

Always Alice (2014)

Alice Howland ( Julianne Moore ) is a renowned professor of linguistics at Columbia University . When her words begin to escape her and he begins to lose himself in her daily jogs, Alice must come face to face with a devastating diagnosis: early-onset Alzheimer’s disease . As the once-vibrant woman struggles to hold on to her sense of self for as long as possible, Alice’s three adult children must watch helplessly as her mother disappears more and more with each passing day.

Just a Man (2009)

George ( Colin Firth ) is a college professor who recently lost his lover, Jim, in a car accident . Terribly distraught, George plans to commit suicide. As he goes about his daily routine and puts his affairs in order, his encounters with colleagues, students and an old friend ( Julianne Moore ) lead him to make a final decision about whether life without Jim is worth living.