My Top Ten Saoirse Ronan Movies

Happy 24th Birthday To Saoirse Ronan.

It’s good to see Ronan becoming really famous now. She was very good in Atonement, which was my March Blind Spot film (although I didn’t love the movie itself). And, of course, Lady Bird. It’s very impressive to have already been nominated for three Oscars at her age!

Well, I’m sure this is a top ten I’ll have to keep adding to as she makes more movies. So, for now & ranked by favorite film instead of performance, these are My Top Ten Saoirse Ronan Movies: (FYI – I’m including animated films she’s voiced, which is slightly cheating but allows me to include my beloved Studio Ghibli even though I prefer those without the English language dub) πŸ˜‰

12. Justin And The Knights Of Valour
11. The Grand Budapest Hotel (amended to add this as I saw it after posting – it deserves to be in the top ten, I suppose, but I hated it)


10. Byzantium

9. City Of Ember (I don’t remember a damn thing about this but kind of hated Byzantium, so……)

8. I Could Never Be Your Woman

7. How I Live Now

6. Atonement

5. Hanna

4. The Lovely Bones

3. Brooklyn

2. Lady Bird

1. Arrietty

Movies I’ve Not Seen:

The Christmas Miracle Of Jonathan Toomey, Death Defying Acts, The Way Back, Violet & Daisy, The Host, Lost River, Stockholm Pennsylvania, Weepah Way For Now, Loving Vincent, On Chesil Beach


8 thoughts on “My Top Ten Saoirse Ronan Movies

  1. I love Saoirse! I haven’t seen Arritty from your list. From what you haven’t seen, I loved her in Violet and Daisy and The Way Back. Of course she’s good in a few others too, but the movies themselves weren’t 😦

    • I think she’s a better actress than her movies. I mean, I haven’t loved many she’s been in. She’ll probably get more roles after Lady Bird, though. πŸ™‚

  2. She has been good in everything I’ve seen, especially Brooklyn and Lovely Bones. I totally approve of your Ghibli cheat as well. The Way Back is excellent and well worth a watch too.

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