From I, Tonya to Birds of Prey, Margot Robbie performs seven must-watch performances

From I, Tonya to Birds of Prey, Margot Robbie performs seven must-watch performances ...

The Wolf of Wall Street star and her wife Mary, the Queen of Scots, have both experienced a remarkable ability to engage herself in each one of her roles. But, as such, Robbies finds the humanity inherent in each film.

Robbie started working on low-budget, high-budget, high-budget thrillers before being cast in Pan Am, which later ran for one season (from 2011 to 2012) but the project is fortunate to have the enigmatic actress in charge. It''s time to look at Robbie''s most important, long-term, and interesting performances across film and television.

About Time (2013) Charlotte

As Tim Lake discovers his secret ability to travel back in time, Richard Curtisput Robbie is on the map. The story, however, is centered around Tim and Mary, but Robbie offers a few brief scenes as Charlotte.

Charlotte is able to stay with his family on vacation after meeting her and immediately becoming angry. Robbie outwardly rejects Tim, but she is reluctant to say anything. It''s a huge benefit to the film, but it''s a little story.

Naomi Lapaglia, author of The Wolf of Wall Street (2013)

Robbie landed the role of Naomi in the now-iconic dark comedy crime film from Martin Scorcese, who depicts the rise and fall of Jordan Belfort (Leonardo DiCaprio) in one film. Just when she thought she was fired, Scorcesereported as a result of her incredible, completely improvised career.

This is the basis for a character like Naomi Lapaglia, a fictional character based on Caridi''s real ex-wife. Although Naomi''s character was heavily portrayed and not intended to depict Caridi accurately, Robbie takes the stage completely and clearly, revealing the truth in her character and doesn''t just play Naomi for laughs. It''s a remarkable, unmissable performance.

I, Tonya (2017) Tonya Harding

It only makes sense that an actress as strong as Robbie was positioned at the forefront in a spooky, outrageous film that was then permanently banned from performing. The Academy Award-winning film was so carefully directed by Craig Gillespie that it finally turned the tables on the villain narrative that Harding was so much a forced with for so long.

As an adolescent, and in middle age, Robbie grew her voice into a raspy, more hoarse tone by the time she reaches her adult years to understand her potential. It''s no surprise that 99% of what happened in this film is the truth. Indeed, Robbie finds the truth in her character amidst all its pain, sadness, and happiness.

Mary Queen of Scots (2018) Queen Elizabeth I

Robbie is recognizable in her regal 16th-century outfit, according to English director Josie Rourke. When Mary Stuart returns home from France, her cousin Elizabeth I, Queen of England, finds her throne immediately threatened. As Mary attempts to overthrow her cousin, the two rivals must confront their friendship, and with themselves. While the films acclaimed costume and makeup design contribute to a remarkable Robbie, her appearance is particularly shocking.

As she seeks to regain her power, Robbies'' production is heartbroken, unsettling. However, under this resentment, Elizabeth hides a deep layer of self-doubt. In this era, she is uneasy about herself, her appearance, and later, her inability to have children. One of the greatest scenes is when she puts a blanket over her stomach to see how her shadow would appear pregnant. The pain in her eyes rises. In this moment, Robbies'' performance

Sharon Tate''s Once Upon a Time in...Hollywood (2019)

There are only a few actresses capable to capture the essence of Sharon Tate, a gem of Golden Age Hollywood that was murdered during Quentin Tarantino''s most recent film. This film, which is another in the directors'' narrative of historic revenge tales, intertwines several characters in late 1960s Hollywood. A washed up actor Rick Dalton, played by DiCaprio, and his stuntman Cliff Booth as they navigate a changing, and increasingly unfamiliar Hollywood.

Tate was intelligent and caring in her words, and she was a pleasure to make an appearance in the theater. In fact, Robbie is able to replicate Tates'' delivery beautifully, and created one of the most memorable performances in the cast. A clear disappointment is when she walks alone to the cinema to see The Wrecking Crew, the film she is starring in. It''s a resonant moment for any artist who struggles to find their name out there. It''s a relief when she sits in

Bombshell(2019) Kayla Pospisil

Robbies'' second Academy Award-nominated role enlivens her as Kayla Pospisil, an enthusiastic new yorkist who operates the American conservative media channel Fox News. From a performance perspective, Robbies'' portrayal of Kayla, who dreams are slowly crushed under Ailes abuse, is a standout.

Robbie develops one of the greatest character advancements as Kayla, who, while still new at the station, is determined and continues to set goals for being the network''s next weather anchor. However, as she slowly discovers the truth about the rise to power within the network, the enthusiasm in her eyes fades. After a series of trauma events, her grief manifests into action, and the payoff is one of her character''s final moments.

Birds of Prey(2020) Harley Quinn

Robbie''s colorful comedic appearance isn''t enough to be discussed throughout the film, unlike her electric portrayal of Harley Quinn. This 2020 installment of the DC Comics franchise, which Robbie also produced, has a strong screenplay and action. While the film was commended for its action sequences and visual effects, Harley Quinn finds an unexpected connection with a team of female superheroes in Birds of Prey.

From Robbie''s outrageous laugh to the violent, unbeknownst clumsiness, there is never a dull moment in the film with her. Robbie is often endearing yet terrifying all at the same time. However, Robbie manages to defy all expectations in her role.

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