Top 5 Elisha Cuthbert Movies To See

Elisha Cuthbert

Elisha Cuthbert started her career as a foot model and made her maiden TV appearance in the popular horror series Are You Afraid of the Dark? She then hosted the show Popular Mechanics for Kids.

She soon gained fame with a supporting role in 24 and went on to star in many other critically acclaimed movies. Here are the Top 10 Elisha Cuthbert Movies To See.

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1. The Girl Next Door

In this 2004 teen sex comedy, Cuthbert proves she is more than just a pretty face. The Canadian actress captivates as high schooler Matt Kidman’s new next-door neighbor, Danielle. She’s alluring, mysterious and incredibly smart.

Despite the film’s tawdry peek-a-boo title and poster art, it’s actually one of the classier teen coming-of-age films out there. The script is witty, imaginative and the film moves along at just the right pace.

Hirsch and Cuthbert both give excellent performances in this story about a porn starlet’s teen next door. The repelis film’s final prom night crescendo is surprisingly heartwarming and a bit shocking at the same time. The Girl Next Door is a sweet and funny film with a fine young cast. It’s a must-see! 91 minutes. Rated R for sexual violence, nudity and some strong language. At the Two Boots Pioneer Theater.

2. House of Wax

Cuthbert made her name with the teen comedy The Girl Next Door, and in House of Wax she delivers an equally solid performance. The film follows a group of college friends who get stuck in a small town when their car tire is punctured. With nowhere else to go, they seek out help at the only establishment open—the wax museum.

This remake of the 1933 film Mystery of the Wax Museum has gotten a lot of criticism from critics, but I actually think it holds up pretty well. While it may not be as good as the original, it’s still a fun horror flick that is worth checking out.

Bonus features include a commentary from producer Joel Silver and archival featurette Wax On: The Design of House of Wax (7 minutes).

3. Goon: Last of the Enforcers

A hired thug, or goon, is someone who carries out a criminal’s orders. Goon also refers to a top-heavy bird with tufts of fur that speaks an indecipherable language. The word was first used by comic strip creator E.C. Segar in his Popeye series in 1933.

Elisha Cuthbert is best known for her role as spoiled model Alex Kerkovich on the ABC comedy series Happy Endings from April 2011 to May 2013. It starred Zachary Knighton, Adam Pally and Damon Wayans Jr.

Jay Baruchel directs this sports comedy film starring Seann William Scott, Liev Schreiber, Alison Pill and Marc-Andre Grondin. It follows the dim-witted Doug Glatt, who finds personal and professional satisfaction as an enforcer for a minor league hockey team. The film makes heavy use of profanity and exaggerates hockey violence. Families can discuss how the movie uses humor to make its point about the importance of a team’s enforcer.

4. The Quiet

Cuthbert starred as the head cheerleader in this high school comedy. She and Camilla Belle (who also appeared in American Beauty) give one of the most realistic portrayals of high school students that I’ve seen in a long time.

The Quiet stars Camilla Belle who was previously mediocre in When a Stranger Calls. Here she plays deaf girl Dot who is adopted by the Deer family after her father’s death. Dot is quiet, keeps to herself and is often teased by the popular kids including head cheerleader Nina.

The movie explores how bullying can affect a person. The performances are great and the ending is very touching. It is a must see for Elisha fans. It is a very underrated film. It’s a shame it didn’t do well in the box office. Hopefully, a DVD release will boost its sales.

5. The Ranch

Cuthbert had a number of roles in successful 2000s films like Old School and Love Actually. She also starred on 24 alongside Kiefer Sutherland, earning herself a Teen Choice Award nomination for Breakout TV Actress.

Though her work on the series lasted only three seasons, Cuthbert has been in a variety of sitcoms and dramas since, including ABC’s Happy Endings and Netflix’s The Ranch. She also starred in the Canadian comedy Jann and is currently working on the film Bandit with Mel Gibson.

Cuthbert brings a matter-of-fact, likable quality to her role and makes it difficult not to root for her. She is backed by a capable cast and manages to hold her own in this sub-par horror remake. The film is not without its flaws, but it still offers a solid hour of entertainment.

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