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Top Margot Robbie movies to walk-on-pink your way to watch Barbie

Margot Robbie is at the pinnacle of her career, and we can’t get enough of her talent.

From captivating audiences as Harley Quinn in The Suicide Squad to taking on the iconic role of Barbie, let’s explore some of her top movies.

Get ready to walk on pink on your way to the theatres to witness Margot Robbie’s brilliance on the big screen!

But first! Let’s watch Barbie’s trailer:

 

1. Bombshell

Bombshell delivers a powerful and gripping portrayal of the real-life sexual harassment scandal that shook the media industry. Margot Robbie’s compelling performance as a fictionalized character adds a layer of complexity and empathy to the narrative. With an outstanding ensemble cast, including Charlize Theron, Nicole Kidman, and Kate McKinnon, who will later co-star with Robbie Greta Gerwig’s blockbuster Barbie; the film masterfully navigates the complexities of workplace dynamics, misogyny, and abuse of power. Director Jay Roach‘s meticulous storytelling keeps the audience engaged from start to finish, making Bombshell a thought-provoking and timely exploration of the #MeToo movement that will leave a lasting impact.

 

2. Once upon a time in Hollywood

margot robbie in once uppon a time in Hollywood
by Columbia Pictures

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood is a nostalgic journey through 1960s Hollywood, brilliantly brought to life by Quentin Tarantino‘s visionary -and sanguinary- direction. Margot Robbie‘s portrayal of Sharon Tate is a shining highlight, capturing the essence of the late actress with grace and charm. The film’s captivating blend of humour, drama, and a touch of revisionist history keeps viewers on the edge of their seats until the unforgettable climax. With stellar performances from Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt complementing Robbie’s captivating presence, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood is a cinematic triumph that pays homage to a bygone era while showcasing Tarantino’s unique storytelling prowess.

 

 

3. The Suicide Squad

The Suicide Squad is an absolute blast, and James Gunn nails it with his signature blend of action, humour, and quirky characters. Margot Robbie reprises her role as Harley Quinn with unapologetic charm and sass, stealing every scene she’s in. The film is a wild rollercoaster of chaos and mayhem, with a ragtag group of antiheroes that you can’t help but root for. Gunn’s wicked sense of humour and knack for unexpected twists make this an exhilarating ride from start to finish. If you’re looking for a wild, fun, and irreverent superhero movie, The Suicide Squad delivers in spades!

 

4. I, Tonya

by LuckyChap Entertainment

I, Tonya is a total knockout, and Margot Robbie knocks it out of the park as the feisty and complicated Tonya Harding. This darkly comedic biopic tells the wild and outrageous true story of the infamous figure skater with raw and unapologetic honesty. Robbie’s performance is electrifying, bringing both vulnerability and ferocity to the character. The film’s clever mockumentary style adds an extra layer of entertainment, and the supporting cast, especially Allison Janney as Tonya’s sharp-tongued mother, is outstanding. I, Tonya is a rollercoaster of emotions that will leave you laughing, cringing, and cheering for the underdog.

 

 

5. Babylon

Babylon, directed by Damien Chazelle, is a grand and daring epic set during Hollywood’s early days. The movie explores the film industry’s contrasting elements of self-destructive impulses and magical results. It features remarkable set pieces and compelling characters, including Margot Robbie’s bold portrayal of the aspiring actress Nellie LaRoy. The film delves into excess, decadence, and the relentless pursuit of fame. Brad Pitt’s character, Jack Conrad, adds charm and depth to the story, while the film’s lively jazz-infused score and captivating sequences create an enthralling experience. Despite a few flaws, “Babylon” stands as a sprawling spectacle that vividly captures the allure and inevitable downfall of Hollywood’s formative years.

 

6. The Wolf of Wall Street

The Wolf of Wall Street is an exhilarating and unapologetically wild ride through the world of excess and greed. Margot Robbie’s portrayal of Naomi Lapaglia, the ambitious and seductive wife of Leonardo DiCaprio’s Jordan Belfort, is a standout, bringing both allure and complexity to her character. Martin Scorsese‘s masterful direction and DiCaprio’s powerhouse performance create a captivating narrative that delves into the high-stakes world of Wall Street and its dark underbelly. With its non-stop energy, humour, and shocking moments, the film keeps viewers glued to the screen, offering a voyeuristic look into a life of excess and the consequences that come with it. “The Wolf of Wall Street” is a thrilling and unforgettable cinematic experience.

 

7. The Big Short

Alright, let me tell you about The Big Short. First off, it’s one heck of a movie! Margot Robbie’s cameo is surprisingly hilarious and adds a nice touch to the whole thing. The film itself is like a rollercoaster ride through the crazy world of the 2008 financial crisis. It breaks down complicated financial jargon in a way that even I could understand. The characters, played by a talented bunch including Christian Bale, Steve Carell, and Ryan Gosling, are all quirky and fascinating. This flick manages to make you laugh, gasp, and get angry all at once. It’s a must-watch if you want to learn more about what really went down during that chaotic time.

 

8. Mary Queen of Scots

In Mary Queen of Scots, Margot Robbie and Saoirse Ronan are total powerhouses in this flick. The rivalry between Mary and Elizabeth is intense, and you can’t help but get drawn into their drama. The costumes and sets are stunning, transporting you right back to the 16th century. Now, some folks might say the historical accuracy is a bit wonky, but hey, it’s a movie, not a history lecture. Overall, it’s a captivating tale of power, betrayal, and sisterhood. If you’re into period dramas with strong female leads, give this one a shot.

 

9. Birds of Prey

On Birds of Prey, Margot Robbie absolutely kills it as Harley Quinn, no doubt about that! The movie is like a crazy, colorful explosion of action and girl power. The team-up of Harley with the other badass ladies, like Black Canary and Huntress, is epic. It’s got humour, kick-ass fight scenes, and a wickedly cool soundtrack. Ewan McGregor as the villain Black Mask is delightfully evil. The story might get a bit messy at times, but who cares when you’re having this much fun? If you’re up for a wild ride with some fierce female characters, “Birds of Prey” won’t disappoint.

by Warner Bros. Studios

 

10. Barbie

Here’s where I bid you farewell, for I’ll let Barbie herself write about this one. See ya soon again, folks.

Margot Robbie in Barbie
by LuckyChap Entertainment

Hey there, darlings! 💖 You absolutely HAVE to go watch Barbie – it’s the most glamorous and empowering movie ever! Margot Robbie is simply fabulous as me, Barbie! The movie is all about embracing your dreams, spreading positivity, and having fun with your squad! From stunning fashion to exciting adventures, it’s like living in a world of pink and sparkles! You’ll be inspired to be anything you want, just like I am – a fashion icon, a doctor, an astronaut, or anything else your heart desires! So, gather your friends, get your best outfit on, and join me for this fabulous and heartwarming journey! Let’s show the world that being true to yourself is always in style! 💕✨👑 #BarbieTheMovie #DreamBig #YouCanBeAnything

 

Don’t miss any minute and walk (on pink, please) your way to watch Barbie!

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