Stranger Things really took off Sadie Sink’s career when she appeared in the second season of the series, a character that continued to appear until the fourth season.
Sadie Sink plays Maxine “Max” Mayfield, Billy’s (Dacre Montgomery) half-sister and Lucas’ (Caleb McLaughlin) girlfriend. Max arrives as a new student at Hawkins High School.
Now, Max and Mike cs (Finn Wolfhard) are fighting monsters from the Upside Down World. Well, before he was offered a role in Stranger Things, he had already done enough movies.
Her appearance is no less impressive, although it is rare to get the lead role in the film in which she is in. Here are some of the best movies starring Sadie Sink that you must know about!
- Release year: 2016
- Genre: Biography, Drama
- Production: Millennium Films, Mandalay Sport Media
- Director: Phillipe Falardeau
- Actors: Liev Schreiber, Elisabeth Moss, Ron Perlman, Naomi Watts, Jin Gaffigan
In the United Kingdom and Ireland, the film was named The Bleeder upon release. The story is taken from the life of heavyweight boxing legend, Chuck Wepner. Veteran actor Liev Schreiber was assigned to play the legendary Chuck.
Chuck’s life journey is depicted in this film, including his big fight with world heavyweight boxing champion, Muhammad Ali (played by Hall).
In this biopic, Sadie Sink also appears. She plays the adult Kimberley, while the younger Kimberley is played by Meild Ludwig.
The Glass Castle
- Release year: 2017
- Genre: Biography, Drama
- Producer: Gil Netter Productions
- Directed by: Destin Daniel Cretton
- Actors: Brie Larson, Woody Harrelson, Max Greenfield, Sarah Snook, Naomi Watts
Glass Castle tells the story of a girl named Jeannette Walls (Brie Larson) who lives in poverty.
His father has no job and no family responsibilities. He’s just drunk and gets into fights often. Jeannette and her family often had to move because they did not have a permanent place to live.
This film depicts Jeannette and her family living in poverty. They live in vacant lots without electricity, gas and water in their homes.
Jeannette later found her own path to success through her hobby of journalism. He found love and a loyal partner, but he lied about his family status.
In the end, Jeannette dared to tell the truth and she chose to make peace with her father, who abandoned her and her family. In this movie, Jeannette has siblings, one of which is Lori, played by Sadie Sink.
- Release year: 2018
- Category: Documentaries
- Manufacturing: –
- Directed by: Chris Delforce
- Narrator: Joacquin Phoenix, Rooney Mara, Sadie Sink, Sia, Katherine Von Drachenberg
In 2018, Sadie Sink joined as the narrator for an Australian documentary. This film by animal activists depicts negative attitudes towards animal husbandry. This film examines the impact of this attitude on the broader public.
This documentary also describes the condition and situation of a farm in that country. The footage was initially taken through drones and hidden cameras.
There are six focuses raised in this film, which are farm animals, companion animals, wildlife, furry animals, laboratory animals, and recreational animals.
In addition, this film presents explanations on animal protection and animal rights as well as transparency projects in agriculture.
So this documentary is a sequel to the 2014 documentary Lucent. The film mainly focuses on pig farming in Australia.
- Release year: 2019
- Genre: Horror
- Produce: Paramount Pictures
- Directed by: Ciaran Foy
- Actors: Kelly Reilly, Sadie Sink, Lili Taylor, Max Martini, Charlie Shotwell
Eli (Charlie Shotwell) is a young boy with a rare disease. He cannot be exposed to the atmosphere from the outside, so he must always stay in a sterile envelope even though he is at home.
In a curtain like a tent, Eli did all his activities. Even when eating, sleeping and personal hygiene.
And when forced to leave the house, Eli wears a suit that looks like an astronaut. One day, Eli’s parents decided to cure Eli with medicine.
However, the strange thing is that the treatment was done in an old house owned by the doctor. Horn (Lili Taylor). During treatment, Eli sees many strange things in the house, such as ghosts and other similar creatures.
At the house, Eli is accompanied by an assistant named Haley (Sadie Sink). Haley turns out to be Eli’s sister from the same father.
Fear Street Part II: 1978
- Release year 2021
- Genres Drama, Horror, Mystery
- Director Leigh Janiak
- Cast Sadie Sink Emily Rudd Ryan Simpkins McCabe Slye
Scary Street Part 2: 1978 is a film based on the series of horror novels by R. L Stine. This movie takes place in a fictional town called Shadyside in 1994.
That year, a group of teenagers saw a series of terrible events that had haunted their town.
The incident was a serial murder case in a shopping mall. The victims were many, namely bookstore employees and some other mall employees. The action stops when the police attempt to shoot the perpetrator dead.
The residents of Shadyside believe that the incident was the work of an evil witch named Sarah Fier (Elizabeth Scopel), who was executed in 1666. However, some consider the story to be just a legend. baseless just scares people.
Deena (Kiana Madeira) is someone who believes it’s an ordinary legend and even considers it meaningless. Immediately he became a strange figure.
Even her friends, including Deena, think they are facing a terrible number. In this thriller, Sadie Sink plays a young Ziggy Berman.
Fear Street Part III: 1666
- Release year 2021
- Genre Horror , Mystery
- Director Leigh Janiak
- Cast ∙ Kiana Madeira ∙ Ashley Zukerman ∙ Gillian Jacobs Olivia Scott Welch ∙ Benjamin Flores Jr. ∙ Darrell Britt-Gibson
With the release of this film, the Fear Street series is complete. Designed by Leigh Janiak, this series depicts the events that started the curse in the town of Shadyside for 300 years.
The story in this film is based on the point of view of Sarah Fier (Elizabeth Sopel), a character suspected of being a witch. In addition, he was also accused of causing a terrible curse.
Streets of Fear Season Three: 1666 tells first-hand about an earlier incident when Deena (Kiana Madeira) gripped Sarah Fier’s hand over her. It was from there that Deena learned the true story.
From the perspective of Deena, who has a connection to Sarah, we get to see the story behind Sarah Fier becoming a witch and eventually cursing the city of Shadyside.
We also see how the original Confederate settlement was ravaged by a rotting disease believed to have been caused by Sarah. However, as she grew older, Deena began to realize the source of Shadyside’s troubles.
Armed with knowledge of the past Deena saw through Sarah, she attempts to save Sam (Olivia Scott Welch) with the help of other friends. Sadie Sink still appears in this film as Ziggy Bermann/Constance.
All Too Well: The Short Film
- Release year: 2021
- Genre: Romance, Drama
- Produce: Taylor Swift Productions
- Director: Taylor Swift
- Actor: Sadie SinkDylan O’Brien
All Too Well is a short film by solo artist Taylor Swift. He adapted his own song called “10 Minutes”. Well, in this movie, Swift is also responsible as the director.
The story in this movie is about two lovers named Her (Sadie Sink) and Him (Dylan O’Brien), who are far apart in age. The dynamics of the relationship between the two take up almost the entire film.
And, don’t forget that the song “10 Minutes” plays throughout most of the movie. The song makes the scene of Her and Him even more dramatic.
Those are some of the movies that have the participation of Sadie Sink. In terms of age, Sadie Sink is still young but she already has mature acting skills.
In addition, he has acted with other leading Hollywood actors and actresses. Stranger Things has raised the Sadie Sink name. But look at his track record. The movies he has been in are phenomenal. She is really a talented actress.
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