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Which Julia Stiles' Flick is the Best?



Does this photo creep you out? For some reason when I look at it I'm invading her intimate space.

Anyway,
What is the best Julia Stiles movie?
So for a rather long period of time, Julia Stiles was on her way to becoming a legend in Hollywood.

I’ve just been curious, as to what people think is the best Julia Stiles movie. I’ll post her IMDB (including television but it’s all righteous).

Would you say……Ten Things I Hate About You? Mona Lisa Smile? The Prince and Me? That television movie known as The 60’s?

1. Passage (2009/I) .... Ella
2. The Cry of the Owl (2009) .... Jenny Thierolf
... aka Der Schrei der Eule (Germany: DVD title)
... aka Le cri du hibou (France)
3. Gospel Hill (2008) .... Rosie
4. The Bourne Ultimatum (2007) .... Nicky Parsons
... aka Das Bourne Ultimatum (Germany)
5. The Omen (2006) .... Katherine Thorn
6. A Little Trip to Heaven (2005) .... Isold
7. Edmond (2005) .... Glenna
8. The Bourne Supremacy (2004) .... Nicky
... aka Die Bourne Verschwörung (Germany)
9. The Prince & Me (2004) .... Paige Morgan
... aka The Prince and Me (USA)
10. Mona Lisa Smile (2003) .... Joan Brandwyn
11. Carolina (2003/I) .... Carolina Mirabeau
... aka Carolina - Auf der Suche nach Mr. Perfect (Germany)
12. A Guy Thing (2003) .... Becky
13. The Bourne Identity (2002) .... Nicolette
... aka Die Bourne Identität (Germany)
14. O (2001) .... Desi Brable
... aka The One (Europe: English title: DVD title)
15. "Saturday Night Live" .... Jenna Bush (1 episode, 2001)
16. - Pierce Brosnan/Destiny's Child (2001) TV episode (uncredited) .... Jenna Bush
17. The Business of Strangers (2001) .... Paula Murphy
18. "Late Night with Conan O'Brien" (1 episode, 2001)
... aka Late Night with Conan O'Brien (Australia)
- Episode dated 16 January 2001 (2001) TV episode
19. Save the Last Dance (2001) .... Sara
20. State and Main (2000) .... Carla
... aka Séquences et conséquences (France)
21. Hamlet (2000) .... Ophelia
22. Down to You (2000) .... Imogen
23. 10 Things I Hate About You (1999) .... Kat Stratford
24. The '60s (1999) (TV) .... Katie Herlihy
25. Wide Awake (1998) .... Neena Beal
26. Wicked (1998) .... Ellie Christianson
27. Before Women Had Wings (1997) (TV) .... Phoebe Jackson
... aka Oprah Winfrey Presents: Before Women Had Wings
28. The Devil's Own (1997) .... Bridget O'Meara
29. "Chicago Hope" .... Corey Sawicki (1 episode, 1997)
- Mother, May I? (1997) TV episode .... Corey Sawicki
30. "Promised Land" .... Megan Walker (1 episode, 1996)
... aka Home of the Brave
- The Secret (1996) TV episode .... Megan Walker
31. I Love You, I Love You Not (1996) .... Young Nana's Friend
32. "Ghostwriter" .... Erica (2 episodes, 1993-1994)
- A Crime of Two Cities (1994) TV episode .... Erica
- Who Is Max Mouse?: Part 1 (1993) TV episode (as Julie Stiles) .... Erica

For Me, I will go ahead and say “Ten Things I Hate About You,” because that I feel had the most heart in it, compared to the others.

BUT, in a close second I will put “The Bourne Ultimatum.” This Bourne movie was when her character got to explore a different side, which had a much darker and captivating essence. For her part it was the most well constructed of the Bourne Movies.

And this year, she is currently in development of “The Bell Jar.” That should be pleasant.

QATFYG: What is the best Julia Stiles movie?

Comments

  1. aw thanks for doing this Al! I'd say the 60s. When I was in NYC I got this flier about this overpriced play she and Bill Pullman were doing together. wish I could have gone :(

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  2. and the Bell Jar should be the feel-good movie of the century.

    ESTHERRR

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  3. cool . do you remember what play it was?

    Julia really seems to have faded in popularity. She doesn't seem like a blockbuster celeb anymore. Blame the Omen.

    maybe the bell jar will turn things around.

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