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The Best Of Rosamund Pike

FEW actors exude intelligence and class like Rosamund Pike. Qualities that make her one of the most-watchable actresses around regardless of the standard of material she is dealing with.

As one of her latest films Entebbe releases on DVD and Blu-ray, Close-up Culture have selected our ten favourite Rosamund Pike films.


10) What We Did On Our Holiday (2014)

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A trip to the Scottish Highlands turns into family introspection as Pike plays discontented wife and mother Abi.

9) Die Another Day (2002)

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PIKE goes from Bond girl to Bond villain in a memorable big-screen debut, even though it would prove not to be her most surprising mid-film turn.

8) Barney’s Version (2010)

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IN Robert Lantos’ comedy-drama, Pike makes the perfect soulmate for the energetic mess of Paul Giamatti’s Barney.

7) Made In Dagenham (2010)

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PIKE shines alongside Sally Hawkins in this 2010 biopic.

6) Entebbe (2018)

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AS real-life plane hijacker Brigitte Kuhlmann, Pike taps into her cold-hearted side and shows off German language skills.

5) An Education (2009)

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AN unsual turn for Pike as she plays a materialistic and seemingly vapid woman in Lone Scherfig’s drama.

4) Pride & Prejudice (2005)

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IN one of the most beloved adaptations of Jane Austen’s classic, Pike turns in a brilliant supporting performance as Jane Bennet.

3) A United Kingdom (2016)

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AMMA Asante’s British biographical drama sees Pike’s character Ruth Williams fall in love with African royalty Seretse Khama (David Oyelowo).

2) Hostiles (2017)

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HOSTILES thrusts Pike into the cruel and violent world of 1800s America.

1) Gone Girl (2014)

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UNQUESTIONABLY Pike’s most iconic role to date, Gone Girl displayed what an layered and captivating actress she is.

Entebbe is available on Blu-ray and DVD on 10 September.

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