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Rising actor, Timothee Chalamet, has lately been making headlines for his performances

Timothee Chalamet rose to fame in a wink, not only for his good looks but for his iconic performances. If you've been wondering which movie of the actor is worth watching or just want to revisit some of his best roles, take a look at the list we've culled below some of Chalamet's movies that people cannot stop talking about.

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1. Don't Look Up

One of Chalamet's most recent appearances is in the satirical film, Don't Look Up, directed by Adam McKay. The actor joins a star-studded cast that includes Oscar-winning actors like climate-change advocate Leonardo Dicaprio, Meryl Streep, and Jennifer Lawrence. In this film, he takes on a role he does not usually play which is interesting to see.

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2. Call Me By Your Name

Call Me By Your Name is a romantic coming-of-age drama starring Chalamet who plays a 17-year-old student who falls for an older man. In the movie, which is based on André Aciman's novel of the same name, Chalamet has the ability to portray innocence (and the loss of it) and pain in such a wonderful way, making it hard for the audience to look away even just for a second.

3. The King

Chalamet ascends the throne as the young Henry V in The King. The viewers will also have the opportunity to see the actor transform into a man who is rightfully fit to become king with the actor's notable delivery of the battle speech which may be considered one of Chalamet's best moments on screen.

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4. Lady Bird

In coming of age movies, Chalamet shines. He does so in Lady Bird as Kyle, the protagonist's love interest. However, the actor charms the audience even as a free-spirited jerk of a boyfriend to Christine, who is played by Saoirse Ronan. Their on-screen chemistry, aside from the movie being incredibly deep, real, and heartwarming, makes Lady Bird worth watching.

5. Little Women

Chalamet is Laurie in the film adaptation of Little Women, where he acts alongside Saoirse Ronan once again along with many other big names like Emma Watson, Meryl Streep, and Florence Pugh to name a few. In the movie, he portrays Laurie with charm just as the book implies despite the film's departure from the book.

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