24-year-old Timothée Chalamet, a rising star in celebrities and an Oscar Nominee (for his role in “Call Me By Your Name”), is one of the fan favorites.

As an actor with nowhere to go but up, he currently has 16 movies, with 14 attaining critical consensus on Rotten Tomatoes. He has starred in several notable films like Little Women and Lady Bird, both critically acclaimed.


Timothée Chalamet Movies You Need to Binge Watch


If you’re looking for something fresh, new, and exciting to binge-watch… you’re in the right place. Here are 6 Timothée Chalamet movies you have to binge-watch:


Miss Stevens


Miss Stevens is a 2016 drama film starring Lily Rabe, and her three students: Timorhée Chalamet, as (William) Billy Mitman, Riverdale Star Lili Reinhart as Margot Jensen, and Anthony Quintal as Sam. Together, the three alongside Miss Stevens embark on a weekend trip to a drama competition.


Billy Mitman (Chalamet) is a high schooler who’s dealing with a behavioral disorder. Throughout the film, we see the plot unfold and out interested in the group start to deepen. Miss Stevens is a simple, not so active, yet indulging film.


Beautiful Boy


Beautiful Boy is based on two memoirs written by David Sheff and his son, NIc. This movie tells David, who’s played by Steve Carell, who struggles to help Nic with his addiction to meth.


The pair’s fantastic chemistry on-screen displays soulful acting that somehow overcame the aimless and somewhat problematic script. Despite this flaw, this is a movie by Timothée Chalamet that you shouldn’t miss.


Beautiful Boy is fantastic, intense, emotional, and human. Beautiful Boy is up there in the most personal and professional (acting-wise) movies of Timothée Chalamet.


Little Women


Little Women features a reunion with Timothée Chalamet and Greta Gerwig. Both worked for the film Lady Bird, which Greta directed. This film is a recent adaptation of “Little Women.” Louisa May Alcott wrote a class.


The story revolves around four March sisters coming of age during the Civil War’s very trying times. Chalamet plays Theodore “Laurie” Laurence, the March family’s wealthy neighbor who falls for the sisters, particularly Amy (Florence Pugh) and Jo (Saoirse Ronan).


He plays Laurence as a more charming, quiet, and cool character more than the books do. If there’s anything we love about Timothée, he can play those types of roles perfectly.


The King


In this Netflix Original, Timothée Chalamet plays the monarch King Henry “Hal” V. Robert Pattinson also appears in The King as “The Dauphin,” the term used to refer to the French King’s youngest son.


The film brings out a fierce and emotionally intelligent spirit in Timothée Chalamet. The way he acts and portrays Henry V makes it so much more believable.


Call Me By Your Name


Rated Tomatoes, this adaptation of “Call Me By Your Name,” a best-selling novel by André Aciman, is quite possibly the movie that guaranteed Chalamet’s rising star status.


The story unfolds a summer romance between Elio Perlman (Timothée Chalamet), a 17-year-old, and Oliver (Armie Hammer), a 24-year-old graduate student residing the Perlman’s Italian home for studies.


This is the film where he receives an Oscar nomination for best performance by an actor in a leading role in 2018. Unfortunately, he doesn’t win the award, but being nominated for the Academy Awards is already quite a feat.


Lady Bird


The last, yet quite possibly the best film on this list is Lady Bird. A movie with a score of 99% on Rotten Tomatoes is something to see.


Directed by Greta Gerwig, this film features Christine “Lady Bird” McPherson (Saoirse Ronan), a tough, adamant, and impulsive 17-year-old who always has conflicts with her equally tough mom played by Laurie Metcalf.


Lady Bird hopes for a chance to attend college somewhere far from Sacramento, California, her hometown. Along with the movie, she meets Kyle Scheible, played by Timothée Chalamet, who becomes Lady Bird’s high school crush.


This movie is one of the most refined coming-of-age stories out there and accomplishes its goal. The film received praises from all over, and it’s a movie you’ll forever regret not watching.


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