Daniel Montes de Oca
This November 19, Adam Driver turns 37, and has become one of the most respected and loved actors in Hollywood, in addition to the fact that in a very short time he has managed to work with the best directors and appear on the shortlist of the awards Oscar.
For this reason, here we present what are considered his best films so far.
Marriage Story (2019)
In the first place appears the tape produced by Netflix. The story written and directed by Noah Baumbach, catapulted Driver to the list of Best Actor at the 2020 Oscar.
The actor plays the husband of Scarlett JohanssonHowever, the couple that at first seemed very much in love decides to divorce in a tortuous process for them and their children.
Logan Lucky (2017)
The tape directed by Steven Soderbergh it showed that a simple story can become a popular audience.
This story tells how two brothers who are not exactly intelligent, develop a plan to steal the prize of a career Nascar and for this they recruit a famous thief.
Driver stars next to Channing Tatum y Daniel Craig, a trio that captivated audiences for being quite unpredictable and unstable.
It is one of the best films of 2018, which meant the first Oscar nomination for Driver, in the list of Best Supporting Actor.
The film directed by the great Spike Lee, addresses the issue of racism in the United States during the time of Ku Klux Klan.
It is the story of the African American police officer from Colorado Springs, Ron Stallworth (John David Washington), who infiltrates the Ku Klux Klan with the help of his Jewish partner played by Driver, Flip.
The address of Jim Jarmusch showed the best acting skills of Driver, who appears as the main protagonist.
This film presented over the course of a week, counts as Paterson He goes about his normal life, from the moment he wakes up, works, spends time with his dog and ends the day going to his favorite watering hole at night.
Driver’s performance makes the viewer reflect on his life. He made the character his own.
Star Wars Trilogy (2015-2019)
Without a doubt, the most criticized trilogy in the galactic universe, but the only consistent thing was Driver’s performance as the villain. Kylo Ren. He went from darkness to light thanks to his father Han Solo.
The great point of his interpretation came in Star Wars: The Last Jedi, where he challenges Luke Skywalker and again. Despite the abrupt changes in the story, the character of Driver remained the most interesting.