Julianne Moore's 9 Best Movies


While the remake may not match the impact of the original, Moore's portrayal of Carrie's mother, Margaret White, is genuinely frightening and anchored by humanity.

A Single Man

Moore's performance as Charley, a woman grappling with loneliness and unfulfilled desires, is both nuanced and poignant. Her portrayal adds depth to the film's examination of grief, friendship


Moore's collaboration with director Todd Haynes once again proves fruitful in this charming family-friendly mystery adventure. Despite her character's lack of speech, Moore delivers a touching performance

Gloria Bell

Moore shines in this character-driven drama as Gloria, a middle-aged divorcee navigating the complexities of love and self-discovery. Her performance is a testament to her ability to multifaceted

Still Alice

In this heartbreaking drama, Moore delivers a tour-de-force performance as a woman facing early-onset Alzheimer's disease. Her portrayal captures the devastating impact of the illness

The Kids Are All Right

Moore's portrayal of Jules, a woman grappling with identity and desire in a non-traditional family, is both poignant and relatable. Her performance adds depth to the film's exploration

Children of Men

Moore's role as Julian, an activist fighting for a better future in a dystopian world, showcases her ability to command the screen with strength and conviction.

The Big Lebowski

In this cult classic, Moore steals the show as Maude Lebowski, a quirky artist with a penchant for eccentricity. Her performance adds a layer of humor and unpredictability to the film's offbeat narrative.

Far From Heaven

In this homage to 1950s melodramas, Moore shines as Cathy Whitaker, a housewife whose forbidden love affair challenges societal norms.