She is undoubtedly one of our favorite young actresses and this is why we chose the 10 best Emma Roberts films based on our personal taste so you don’t miss them.
10. Empire State (2013)
In 1982, a New York police detective takes command of an investigation to shed light on what could become the most important armored truck robbery in US history.
9. We’re the Millers (2013)
Substance dealer David learns the hard way that no good deed goes unpunished; He tries to help some young people and is caught by criminals, losing his money and proceeds.
8. Little Italy (2018)
Nikki is a talented chef working in London. Returning to her family’s pizzeria in Little Italy, New York, she begins an affair with a childhood friend; But there is a problem: Leo is the son of the enemy of her family.
7. It’s Kind of a Funny Story (2010)
Due to depression, Craig, a 16-year-old teenager, is admitted to a psychiatric facility. Once there, it turns out that the youth room is closed, so he ends up in the adult room, under the protection of another patient.
6. Wild Child (2008)
16-year-old Poppy has everything unlimited credit cards can buy, plus a truly unbearable attitude. After a serious mischief, her father, desperate, sends her to a boarding school in England.
5. Adult World (2013)
An aspiring poet takes a job as a clerk in an adult bookstore and tries to get her disparaging literary idol to make her his protégé.
4. Palo Alto (2013)
Lack of parental guidance encourages young people in a prosperous California city to rebel, experimenting with substances and engaging in casual relationships.
3. Ashby (2015)
High school student Ed Wallis begins a friendship with his neighbor, Ashby, a retired CIA assassin, who has only a few months to live.
2. Nerve (2016)
Pressured by her friends, a teenage girl participates in a virtual reality game, but the aspect of what was supposed to be amusement changes and becomes first disturbing, then sinister.
1. Holidate (2020)
Tired of being single on vacation, two strangers agree to be the most platonic of each other all year long, just to catch real feelings along the way.
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