The best films of Jennifer Lawrence, the mockingjay of Hollywood – L’Éclaireur Fnac

At only 32 years old, Jennifer Lawrence has put Hollywood at her feet and it has been going on for more than a dozen years. While she has become rarer on the screens in recent years, she has been back since June 21 with the comedy Le Challenge in which she excels in the art of self-mockery.

Winter’s Bone (2010)

Even if she had already appeared in a few feature films, it is with Winter’s Bone that we discover Jennifer Lawrence, then only 20 years old. She plays the heavy and moving role of a teenager living in the forest, responsible for recovering her father leaving prison and preventing his family from being deported. The film is a critical and public success, Jennifer Lawrence wins her first Oscar nomination and is about to become one of Hollywood’s biggest stars.

X-Men (2011-2020)

X-men The Beginning

While she has only shot in a few films, Jennifer Lawrence was offered her very first blockbuster in 2011, X-Men: The Beginning for which she transforms into a Mystic. Blue skin and red hair, she can take on any appearance. She will be of all the continuations (X-Men: Days of Future Past, X-Men: Apocalypse) before making her lethal superhero apron in X-Men: Dark Phoenix.

happiness therapy (2012)

Hapiness Therapy

She was only 22 when she received the Oscar for best actress for happiness therapy by David O. Russell. Jennifer Lawrence plays Tiffany, a young, slightly neurotic widow who is infatuated with bradley cooper, itself bipolar and unpredictable. An explosive couple therefore, but which works, because only they know how to understand each other. hit comedy-drama, happiness therapy confirms Lawrence’s talent for mixing genres and makes her the new queen of the box office.

The Hunger Games (2012-2015)

The Hunger Games

To embody in the cinema Katniss Everdeen, heroine of the trilogy The Hunger Games written by Suzanne Collins, a charismatic, athletic and empathetic actress was needed. The producers found it in the person of Jennifer Lawrence. THE four movies The Hunger Games have made the latter the essential actress of the 2010s, a formidable businesswoman (she is one of the highest paid actresses in the world) and an absolute icon. She definitely had more than one arrow in her harness and hit the bull’s eye at the box office.

Joy (2015)


After happiness therapy And american bluffJennifer Lawrence finds the director David O.RussellBradley Cooper and Robert De Niro for a third lap. Joy is the biopic of the inventor of the self-wringing mop, Joy Mumolo. Or how a single mother living in a basement manages to become the queen of teleshopping thanks to a genius idea. Between drama and humor, Jennifer Lawrence succeeds in a remarkable new composition, rewarded with a Golden Globe for best actress in a comedy and once again nominated for an Oscar.

Passengers (2016)


Jennifer Lawrence is one of 5,000 passengers asleep in a hibernation chamber aboard the Avalon spacecraft, meant to reach a new Earth. But Chris Pratt wakes up 90 years too early and out of boredom, activates the sleeping beauty’s capsule, making her believe in a technical error. Both an intergalactic thriller and a twisted romance, Passengers tackles the themes of consent, the passage of time and death, with great reinforcements of special effects. The actress did not enjoy shooting the film, but it still grossed $300 million worldwide.

Mother! (2017)


Any good self-respecting Darren Aronofsky film knows how to distill its dose of unease and simultaneously provoke fascination and disgust. Mother! is no exception to the rule. Jennifer Lawrence and Javier Bardem embody a couple of lovers and future parents, whose house will gradually be populated by disrespectful and unsympathetic strangers, to the point of causing the madness of the young pregnant woman. Shocking images, work on the string sound and impression of interior cracking, are on the program of this aesthetic and deliciously disturbing nightmare.

Red Sparrow (2018)

Red Sparrow

In Red Sparrow, a star dancer of the Bolshoi with a broken destiny (in every sense of the word), becomes an agent of the SVR, Russian foreign intelligence service. She will take her missions very seriously, before finding herself in a violent and fatal spiral. Jennifer Lawrence, in a more physical role than ever, gives her all in the middle of an international cast: Joel EdgertonMatthias Schoenaerts and Charlotte Rampling.

The challenge (2023)

The challenge

Don’t Look Up having aired in 2021 only on Netflix, it had been over four years since Jennifer Lawrence last appeared on the big screen. From X-Men: Dark Phoenix who signed his farewell to the role of Mystique. For The challenge, she experiments with regressive comedy by playing a young woman in need of money, responsible for wantoning an introverted 19-year-old young man for a new car. The actress has a field day in this clumsy bimbo role and shows that she knows how to have fun with her image without any qualms.

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The best films of Jennifer Lawrence, the mockingjay of Hollywood – L’Éclaireur Fnac