The Wolf of Wall Street (2013)

Previously, Margot Robbie was a soap opera actress in Australia until luck finally landed her in US drama. Wolf of Wallstreet could be a milestone in which Margot Robbie shows her prominence on the big screen. Not really playing the central character, but her portrayal of Naomi Lapaglia is well worth listening to.

The Wolf of Walll Street is a film about the memories of Jordan Belfort, an American writer who was also a motivator while he was still working as a Wall Street broker. Starring Leonardo DiCaprio and veteran director Martin Scorsese, the appearance of Margot Robbie stole the show.

I, Tonya (2017)

This film is a biographical comedy-drama that follows the life of Tonya Harding, an American figure skater known for assaulting her rival, Nancy Kerrigan in 1994. Directed by Craig Gillespie, the actress. manage to show their class.

In I, Tonya, Margot shows off her classy acting skills. And no kidding, her name was also shortlisted for the Academy Award for Best Actress at the 90th Academy Awards in 2018.

Of course, in this film, Robbie is considered to have great acting ability from an emotional perspective, as if to fascinate those who witness.

Once Upon A Time… In Hollywood (2019)

Again, in this movie Margot plays someone in the real world. And he’s back with a comedy-drama from acclaimed director, Quentin Tarantino. This time, she plays actress Sharon Tate. It is reported that Tate is the wife of the famous director Roman Polanski who died in a murder case.

Margot co-stars with Leonardo DiCaprio, her co-star in The Wolf of Wall Street, as well as Brad Pitt. Set in 1969, Once Upon A Time… In Hollywood tells the story of an actor and his body. This film has received a lot of positive reviews and is considered one of the fun movies worth watching.

About Time (2013)

2013 seems to be the year that Margot Robbie stole a lot of attention. The Wolf of Wall Street may be the movie that elevates his name in the world of Hollywood cinema. But before that, he also played a few supporting characters in other films that cannot be ignored. And About Time is one of those must-see movies.

Robbie is not the main character in this time travel romance. Its main stars are British actor Domhnall Gleeson and actress Rachel McAddams. The story follows Tim, a man who discovers that he can travel in time and wants to improve his love life. In this film, Margot plays Charlotte, Tim’s target.

Focus (2015)

The film tells the story of an experienced professional con man named Nicky Spurgeon (Will Smith) who meets Jess Barrettt (Margot Robbie), after which Nikcy also accepts Jess as his apprentice. Apparently, Jess likes Nicky, but the teacher chooses to let Jess go. Three years later the two met again in Buenos Aires.

For the eleventh time, Margot takes on a role in a comedy-drama, this time dealing with romance and crime. Indeed, this movie could be classified as a low-explosive film but it has skyrocketed in box office revenue.

Here, we can see that Robbie’s performance as Jess is quite good and has a good chemistry with Will Smith.

Whiskey Tango Foxtrot (2016)

Obviously, casting this Dalby, Queensland, Australia-born actress as Harley Quinn was the right one. The reason is, Margot already has experience appearing in comedic dramas. With his performance in I, Tonya, a touching dark comedy, it seems Robbie deserves the dangerous comedian.

Not appearing as the main character, Margot’s performance in Whiskey Tango Foxtrot once again attracted the attention of Hollywood film connoisseurs. In this war comedy biopic, she plays Tanya Vanderpoel, a BBC correspondent in Afghanistan in Operation Enduring Freedom in 2003.

Mary Queen of Scots (2018)

Apparently Margot is really a golden talented actress. It’s clear that in some movies he may not appear as the main character, but he always shows up so hard to get the filmmakers’ attention.

Even if you pay attention, the movies bearing his name can be said to have the ‘golden screen’ class. Mary Queen of Scots is a historical drama whose story focuses on the relationship between the two kingdoms of England and Scotland in 1569.

The main character in this film is Saorise Ronan, who plays Mary I, Queen of Scotland. While Robbie played Queen Elizabeth I. It was a very honorable role indeed.

Goodbye, Christopher Robin (2017)

In addition to acting in comedies, Margot Robbie has also participated in various biopics. One of them is Goodbye, Christopher Robin in theaters in 2017.

The film follows the life of writer AA Milne, especially his son Christopher Robin, who is none other than the boy character in Milne’s work, Winnie the Pooh.

In this film, Margot once again competes with British actor, Domhnall Gleeson. Robbie plays Daphne de Sélincourt, Milne’s wife. Although she doesn’t have a lot of scenes, it must be admitted that she is an actress who is able to bring her character to life so that her presence has a great influence on the films she plays. he plays the main role.

Z for Zachariah (2015)

This sci-fi drama tells the story of a woman named Ann Burden, who survived after the world was affected by a nuclear disaster. He then meets John Loomis, who gradually fills Ann’s life. Conflict breaks out when a man named Caleb joins them.

In the United States, the film was released on August 28, 2015 and was adapted from the book of the same name by Robert C. O’Brien. You’re probably not too familiar with this Margot Robbie movie because it wasn’t a hit. However, positive criticism has been given to Zachariah, especially praising the actress’ looks.

Peter Rabbit (2018)

No sign of Margot Robbie appears in this movie. At least, physically. Because this movie is based on the story of Beatrix Potter, which tells the story of a family of rabbits who live in Mr. McGregor. Then one day, their grandson came there and wanted to get rid of the family.

That’s right, this time Margot Robbie appeared as a voice actress for one of the characters in the Peter Rabbit movie, which is Flosal Rabbit. Just like other Hollywood stars, Margot plunges into the world of voice acting. While Peter Rabbit isn’t really a hit in the market, this animated live-action film is an entertaining family spectacle.

With the premiere of the superhero movie Birds of Prey receiving a positive response, it seems like we want to revisit Margot Robbie’s presence on the big screen to find out why DC is so appealing to her. She plays one of their popular comic book characters.

The answer, of course, is because his acting can make the movies he starred in so memorable. Out of the above movies, which one do you like the most? Or maybe there’s another Margot Robbie movie you like. Please fill in the comment field below yes!