The Best Matthew Macfadyen Movies

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List of the best Matthew Macfadyen movies, ranked best to worst with movie trailers when available. Matthew Macfadyen's highest grossing movies have received a lot of accolades over the years, earning millions upon millions around the world. The order of these top Matthew Macfadyen movies is decided by how many votes they receive, so only highly rated Matthew Macfadyen movies will be at the top of the list. Matthew Macfadyen has been in a lot of films, so people often debate each other over what the greatest Matthew Macfadyen movie of all time is. If you and a friend are arguing about this then use this list of the most entertaining Matthew Macfadyen films to end the squabble once and for all.

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This list below has a variety of films, like Enid and Middletown, in it.

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Notable directors that have worked with Matthew Macfadyen include names like Ron Howard, Quentin Tarantino and Ridley Scott.

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  • Pride & Prejudice
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    Keira Knightley, Matthew McFadyen, Brenda Blethyn
    148 votes
    • Released: 2005
    • Directed by: Joe Wright
    In the 2005 period drama, Pride & Prejudice, Elizabeth Bennet (Keira Knightley) navigates societal norms and expectations of marriage in 19th century England. As one of five sisters, her life takes a turn when she crosses paths with the wealthy and aloof Mr. Darcy (Matthew Macfadyen). Their initial encounters are marked by misunderstanding and prejudice, leading to a complex relationship that challenges their preconceived notions about class and love. Directed by Joe Wright, the film garnered four Academy Award nominations, including Best Actress for Knightley. This adaptation brings Jane Austen's classic novel to life with a blend of romance, drama, and wit.

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  • In My Father's Den
    2
    Matthew McFadyen, Miranda Otto, Emily Barclay
    34 votes
    • Released: 2004
    • Directed by: Brad McGann
    Renowned photojournalist Paul Prior (Matthew MacFadyen) goes home to New Zealand for his father's funeral. While sifting through the personal effects contained in the man's longtime haven, he meets Celia (Emily Barclay), the teenage daughter of his former flame (Jodie Rimmer). The girl subsequently develops a crush on the man who is very likely her father.
  • Death at a Funeral
    3
    Matthew McFadyen, Keeley Hawes, Andy Nyman
    38 votes
    • Released: 2007
    • Directed by: Frank Oz
    Chaos reigns when members of a dysfunctional family gather to bury a loved one. Son Daniel (Matthew MacFadyen) anticipates a face-off with his famous brother Robert (Rupert Graves), while cousin Martha (Daisy Donovan) and her fiance Simon (Alan Tudyk) are desperate to make a good impression on her father. In the midst of the family turmoil, a mystery guest threatens to bring the deceased's skeleton out of the closet.

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  • Frost/Nixon
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    Frank Langella, Michael Sheen, Kevin Bacon
    26 votes
    • Released: 2008
    • Directed by: Ron Howard
    Frost/Nixon dwells in the world of politics and television, capturing the historic face-off between Richard Nixon (Frank Langella), the disgraced ex-president, and David Frost (Michael Sheen), a rising British television presenter. The narrative unfolds through a series of televised interviews conducted by Frost post-Watergate scandal. The movie, directed by Ron Howard, is a gripping drama that navigates the intricate corridors of power, truth, and redemption. It's an Oscar-nominated film that highlights the power dynamics between two formidable characters under intense media scrutiny. The movie masterfully blends history with entertainment, creating an unforgettable cinematic experience.

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  • Wuthering Heights
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    Wuthering Heights

    Matthew Macfadyen, Peter Davison, Orla Brady
    31 votes
    • Released: 1998
    • Directed by: David Skynner
    Wuthering Heights is a 1998 British television film directed by David Skynner and produced by Jo Wright. It is based on the novel Wuthering Heights by Emily Brontë. The novel was adapted for the screen by Neil McKay. The film was released by ITV on 5 April, 1998 in the United Kingdom and released by WGBH-TV on 18 October, 1998 in the United States. The film's tagline is Two hearts that beat as one.

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  • Anna Karenina
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    Keira Knightley, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Jude Law
    34 votes
    • Released: 2012
    • Directed by: Joe Wright
    Anna Karenina (Keira Knightley), the wife of a Russian imperial minister (Jude Law), creates a high-society scandal by an affair with Count Vronsky (Aaron Taylor-Johnson), a dashing cavalry officer in 19th-century St. Petersburg. Anna's husband, Alexei, offers her a difficult choice: Go into exile with Vronsky but never see her young son again, or remain with her family and abide by the rules of discretion. Meanwhile, a farmer named Levin pines for Princess Kitty, who only has eyes for Vronsky.

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