Not just Harry: 7 Cool Radcliffe Movies

Young Harry Potter with a magic wand in his hand long ago gave way to an adult, a mature man.

Daniel Radcliffe now appears on the big screen in a completely different way. And I must say that each of his roles bears the imprint of some kind of mysticism, witchcraft and drama. To be convinced of this, it is enough to name seven films where Daniel played just great - and he appeared before the audience as a talented actor capable of any creative reincarnation.

"Horns"

Photo: frame from the film
Photo: frame from the film
Photo: frame from the film

In the film directed by Alexander Azh “The Horns”, Radcliffe's character is a simple lad Ig Perrish lives like in hell: he is accused of murdering his beloved girl Merrin, and the whole town (including parents) begins to hate Perrish. Once having fallen asleep in the morning, Ig sees that his horns have grown! Ig Perrish suddenly discovers in himself fantastic abilities that allowed him to become the perfect lie detector that no man can tell lies.In the presence of Perrish, people are extremely honest, they spread their innermost thoughts and for the first time in their life they begin to fulfill their cherished dreams. The once carefree boy, no different from others, turns into a mystical creature, to whom every resident of the town wants to speak out and become cleaner even before himself. Daniel masterfully played the role of Iga Perrish, giving him an image of new features full of drama.

"Absolute power"

Photo: frame from the film
Photo: frame from the film
Photo: frame from the film

Thriller directed by Daniel Ragussis "Absolute Power" was the next acting success of Radcliffe. The image of the FBI agent Nate Foster was played tough, as part of a detective genre. In order to infiltrate the neo-Nazi grouping, acting according to all safe rules and observing the strictest discipline, he had to make a lot of effort. Any wrong move threatened inevitable death. Neo-Nazis prepared an explosion of a “dirty bomb” filled with radioactive substances and were ready for any casualties. And here, in a situation close to critical, it is not enough to play “your boyfriend.”Nate needed to try on the mask of a terrorist to get it tried. Therefore, the viewer saw the amazing reincarnation of Daniel Radcliffe on the screen: he began to look like a cold-blooded and imperturbable killer, a maniac whose heart is not touched even by huge human victims.

"Notes of the young doctor"

Photo: frame from the film
Photo: frame from the film
Photo: frame from the film

In our opinion, the British series "Notes of the Young Doctor" took a special place in his acting career. The film, based on the stories of Mikhail Bulgakov, opened up new facets of Daniel Radcliffe's talent. The role of the doctor Vladimir Bomgard, who ventured to go to the Russian outback, where ignorance and wild order flourish, was given to him, as Daniel recognized, with great difficulty. At first it was necessary to get acquainted with the works of the great writer, so that the image of the hero (more autobiographical) looked convincingly and vividly on the small screen, like all the characters from Bulgakov's stories. Radcliffe did not depart from the tradition of playing his roles with a touch of mysticism when the present merges with the future. From time to time a strange interlocutor comes to Vladimir Bomgard, in which he himself is guessed, an aged and tired man.The latter, during interrogation by the NKVD workers, finds an outlet in his memories, when he was still a very young doctor and was eager to relieve the torments of humanity ...

"My boy Jack"

Photo: frame from the film
Photo: frame from the film
Photo: frame from the film

In the film directed by Brian Kirk “My Boy Jack”, Daniel Radcliffe completely departs from the previous images inspired by mysticism. In this film, he plays the role of Jack (John) - the son of the famous writer Rudyard Kipling. As a true Briton, absorbed patriotism from the cradle and burning with the desire to serve his native Fatherland, the young man rushes into battle to participate in the First World War against the German Empire. He is warmly supported by his father: despite the mother and sister of Jack, who fear, not without reason, for the life of a loved one, he sends his son to the front. Rudyard Kipling did not even take into account the fact that the young man was declared unfit for military service due to poor vision. However, the influence of the writer and communication among military officials helped Jack overcome all obstacles. This image, played by Daniel Radcliffe, is tragic and evokes sympathy from the audience. Soldier Bow, who survived Lieutenant Jack Kipling’s first battle, will tell his parents about the last minutes of a platoon’s life.Jack will die because of the loss of points when he can not navigate during the battle. The role of the son of the famous writer, who, unfortunately, has never been a pacifist, will be positively noted by many critics. For Daniel Radcliffe will gain a reputation as a deep dramatic actor.



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