Alicia Vikander is on a roll. It has been a great year indeed for the Oscar-winning actress. The 27-year-old actress won an award for Best Supporting Actress, for her performance in The Danish Girl. This year, we’ll be watching her grace the silver screen in, The Light Between the Oceans, Tulip Fever, the new Tomb Raider reboot as well as the latest Bourne movie. For die-hard fans of the gorgeous actress Googling, “Alicia Vikander movies,” “Alicia Vikander upcoming movies,” and “Alicia Vikander Oscars,” don’t go anywhere else, because we’ll tell you all about Alicia Vikander’s best film performances.
Here are the four best Alicia Vikander movies you absolutely must watch:
The Danish Girl
Alicia Vikander’s portrayal of the wife of Danish painter, Lili Elbe garnered her plenty of appreciation. The pathbreaking role, as the first Danish transgender woman’s better half, Gerda Wegener, was not an easy one. She played the perfect spouse to Eddie Redmayne’s Lili Elbe, and moved audiences with her strong and silent persona. She displayed remarkable emotional fragility, for someone of her tender age, and captivated the masses with her acting prowess. Alicia Vikander rightly earned a Screen Actors Guild Award for Best Supporting Actress, as well an Oscar for Best Supporting Actress. Don’t forget to keep a box of tissues at hand, while watching this beautiful, touching movie!
The Man from U.N.C.L.E.
Vikander portrayed the role of Gabby Teller, a mechanic-turned-CIA-spy. She carried off the role of the German ally with great poise, walking shoulder to shoulder with Henry Cavill, who played the role of Agent Solo. The movie’s success lay in the wicked camaraderie between Agent Solo, Gabby Teller, and Ilya Kuryakin. A must-watch for Alicia Vikander fans!
The futuristic movie, was a treat for sci-fi fans, and Alicia Vikander pulled off the entire movie single-handedly, albeit with some help from her stellar co-stars, Domnhall Gleeson and Oscar Isaac. The silhouette shots of Alicia Vikander as the robot Ava were strikingly haunting and left an unforgettable impact on viewers. She was as beautiful as ever, even with the transparent parts of her body displaying her intricate wiring. The role was an tough one to portray, as she had to strike the right balance between appearing human and other-worldly. It was undoubtedly a brilliant performance, from the extraordinarily talented actress.
A Royal Affair
The Swedish actress was breath-taking in this Dutch film, that was Oscar-nominated for Best Foreign Language Film. Her portrayal of Princess Caroline Matilda of Great Britain was stunning as she played a woman stuck in a loveless marriage to nobleman, Christian VII of Denmark. She gradually fell in love with her husband’s adviser, (played by Mads Mikkelson) and her whole life turned upside down. Vikander held her ground against the strong male actors. Don’t miss this visual treat!