British actor Alfred Molina has shocked Marvel fans after confirming that he will return to play the enemy of Spider-Man in the next installment of “Spiderman, No Way Home”. The 68-year-old star is recognized for the famous productions in which she has participated, standing out in each role that was awarded to her.
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In addition to his role as a villain, Molina is also famous for having given life to the Mexican artist Diego Rivera, on “Frida”, the feature film of 2002 which is based on the book of Hayden herrera, about the life of the famous Mexican painter Frida Kahlo. In this production he shared a set with Salma Hayek and was under the direction of Julie Taymor.
On 1981, Jennifer Lee’s husband made his film debut with the film “In Search of the Lost Ark”, from the hand of Steven Spielberg and since then he has worked non-stop. If you want to know which are his 10 best films, ranked by the public according to the website of Rotten Tomatoes, keep reading.
10. SPIDER-MAN 2 93%
The Dr. Otto Octavius (Alfred Molina) becomes the Dr. OctopusWhen a failed nuclear fusion results in an explosion that kills his wife, then he turns into a cyborg with deadly metal tentacles. Doc Ock culpa a Spider-Man (Tobey Maguire) for the accident and seeks revenge. Meanwhile, Spidey’s alter ego, Peter Parker, faces fading powers and self-doubt.
9. LOVE IS STRANGE 93%
In this film, Molina is part of a gay couple just married next to John Lithgow, who are forced to move into separate homes after losing their home.
8. BOOGIE NIGHTS (GAMES OF PLEASURE) 93%
At San Fernando Valley in 1977, the teenage bus boy Eddie Adams (Mark Wahlberg) is discovered by the porn director Jack Horner (Burt Reynolds), who transforms him into the adult film star Dirk Diggler. Brought in by a circle of supportive friends, Dirk fulfills all his ambitions, but a toxic combination of drugs and selfishness threatens to bring him down.
7. AN EDUCATION 93%
Despite her sheltered upbringing, Jenny (Carey Mulligan) She is a teenager with a bright future; She is smart, pretty and aspires to attend the Oxford University. When David (Peter Sarsgaard), a charming but much older suitor, enters her life in a shiny car, Jenny test the adult life that will not be easy to forget.
6. THE NORMAL HEART 94%
On New York from the decade of 1980, a writer (Mark Ruffalo) and his friends join forces to expose the truth about the emerging crisis of the PAGE both the government and the gay community.
5. PRICK UP YOUR EARS (WHISPER IN YOUR EARS) 94%
This biographical film revolves around the life and tragic death of the British playwright Joe Orton (Gary Oldman). When the handsome young Orton meets the older introvert Kenneth Halliwell (Alfred Molina) In drama school, they become friends and go on an adventure. As Orton becomes more comfortable with his sexuality and begins to have success with his writing, Halliwell he becomes increasingly alienated and jealous, eventually being consumed by a dangerous rage.
4. RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK (INDIANA JONES AND THE HUNTERS OF THE LOST ARK) 95%
The Dr. Indiana Jones, a renowned archaeologist and occult expert, is hired by the government of the USA to find the ark of the covenant, believed to still contain the ten Commandments. Unfortunately, Hitler’s agents are behind the ark as well. Indy and his ex girlfriend Marion escape from various nearby troubles on a mission that takes them from Nepal a El Cairo.
3. LITTLE MEN (LITTLE MEN) 97%
Two teenagers develop a growing friendship in Brooklyn, New York, while the differences between their respective parents continues to increase.
2. LETTER TO BREZHNEV (CARTA PARA BREZHNEV) 100%
In this English romantic comedy, two young Liverpool women from the Thatcher era, Elaine (Alexandra Pigg) y Teresa (Margi Clarke)They meet a couple of Soviet sailors Peter (Peter Firth) y Sergei (Alfred Molina), who are on land. let. While Teresa and Sergei seem content to have a carefree night, Elaine and Peter fall in love, leading to heartbreak when officers have to return to duty on their ship.
1. A WHISPER TO A ROAR 100%
The filmmaker Ben Moses examines how certain leaders have come to power and liberated their countries, only to become despots themselves.