Top 10 Best Amy Adams Movies
One of her best performances. I'm really hypnotized by her acting in this movie.
This movie is living proof that Meryl Streep is the most overrated actress of all time and that Amy Adams is one of the most underrated actresses of all time. Meryl Streep plays at some moments so overdramatic (as usual), while Amy Adams plays her part so convincingly and so powerfully in this movie that it's truly a shame that she didn't get (or almost didn't get) the praise for her performance from the media, while, as always, all the praise went to Meryl Streep.
She was great in this movie... Actually shows a different side of herself... Loved this movie, and she was so lucky to be in the same movie with acting legend Meryl Streep.
Amazing performance from Amy Adams. A great movie overall, one of the best boxing movies of all time.
Best Amy Adams movie by far. Her story makes up the whole structure of this science fiction masterpiece.
Can't believe that she wasn't nominated at the Oscars for best leading actress. Outstanding performance.
The only movie of Amy Adams where you see her upper body naked. If you're a fan of her (and not just for her beauty), buy the DVD.
She does a great acting job, but you have to admit that she doesn't look like Lois Lane.
At least she should have worn a wig or dyed her hair.
One of Amy Adams's best and one of the greatest superhero movies ever. Such an amazing movie.
This movie proves how Meryl Streep is the most overrated actress of all time. Without Amy Adams, or with another actress than her, this movie would not be a good movie. Amy Adams makes all the difference because of her amazing talent.
Amy's a hoot as Amelia Earhart.
Amazing acting by Amy Adams in this underrated movie.
Amy Adams. What a talent. This romantic comedy proves it.
This is actually a very good movie but also very underrated (not many people have seen it or heard about it). Amy Adams, who plays a naive singer/actress wannabe who is dating three guys at the same time and desperate to get a movie role, demands a social secretary (Frances McDormand) but who becomes more of a nanny because of the naivety of Amy Adams's character. The chemistry of the two leads in this movie (Frances McDormand and Amy Adams) is flawless. The singing of Amy Adams (who sang in "Enchanted" the previous year) is a delight to hear.
Not really an "Amy Adams movie." Her performance is, as usual, outstanding, but it's a minor role. To be in the category of "Best Amy Adams movies," it's a little bit poor (she had bigger roles in episodes of TV series like "Charmed," "Buffy the Vampire Slayer," etc., than in this film. So?). Nevertheless, a must for every Amy Adams fan to own on DVD.