The Best Natasha Lyonne Movies

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List of the best Natasha Lyonne movies, ranked best to worst with movie trailers when available. Natasha Lyonne'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 Natasha Lyonne movies is decided by how many votes they receive, so only highly rated Natasha Lyonne movies will be at the top of the list. Natasha Lyonne has been in a lot of films, so people often debate each other over what the greatest Natasha Lyonne movie of all time is. If you and a friend are arguing about this then use this list of the most entertaining Natasha Lyonne films to end the squabble once and for all.

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  • But I'm a Cheerleader
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    Natasha Lyonne, Cathy Moriarty, Bud Cort
    56 votes
    • Released: 1999
    • Directed by: Jamie Babbit
    But I'm a Cheerleader is a satirical comedy exploring the life of Megan Bloomfield (Natasha Lyonne), a cheerleader who's unwittingly sent to True Directions, a conversion therapy camp. There, she meets Graham Eaton (Clea DuVall), an openly gay teenager. The movie, directed by Jamie Babbit, delves into Megan's journey of self-discovery and acceptance in an environment designed to suppress her true identity. With its vibrant color palette and sharp humor, it offers a unique perspective on sexuality and conformity, challenging societal norms while delivering hearty bouts of laughter.

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  • Slums of Beverly Hills
    2
    Alan Arkin, Marisa Tomei, Natasha Lyonne
    45 votes
    • Released: 1998
    • Directed by: Tamara Jenkins
    Slums of Beverly Hills is a 1998 American comedy film directed by Tamara Jenkins. A lower-class teenager (Natasha Lyonne) struggles to live with her unmanageable family after being forced to be raised by them on the outskirts of Beverly Hills.

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  • The Intervention
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    The Intervention

    Melanie Lynskey, Jason Ritter, Skylar Bernon
    6 votes
    • Released: 2016
    • Directed by: Clea DuVall
    The Intervention is a 2016 American comedy drama film directed by Clea DuVall. A weekend getaway for four couples takes a sharp turn when one of the couples discovers the entire trip was orchestrated to host an intervention on their marriage.
  • Freeway II: Confessions of a Trickbaby
    4
    Natasha Lyonne, David Alan Grier, John Landis
    19 votes
    • Released: 1999
    • Directed by: Matthew Bright
    Freeway II: Confessions of a Trickbaby is a 1999 exploitation film and the sequel to Freeway, written and directed by Matthew Bright. It stars Natasha Lyonne as Crystal "White Girl" Van Meter, and María Celedonio as Angela "Cyclona" Garcia. As the original film was partly inspired by Little Red Riding Hood, the second film is somewhat based on Hansel and Gretel. The film achieved little attention nor notoriety like its predecessor.

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  • My Suicidal Sweetheart
    5
    Natasha Lyonne, Rosanna Arquette, Lorraine Bracco
    17 votes
    • Released: 2005
    • Directed by: Michael Parness
    My Suicidal Sweetheart is an American independent dark comedy film written and produced by Michael Parness. The initial working title of the film was Saving Grace; this title was later changed to Max & Grace during production, and remained in place prior to its release on the film festival circuit in March 2005. During an appearance at the 2006 Sacramento Film Festival, Parness remarked that he was dissatisfied with the title of Max & Grace and announced plans to change it to "My Suicidal Sweetheart". The film has been released on DVD under the title "Crazy for Love"
  • Blade: Trinity
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    Wesley Snipes, Kris Kristofferson, Jessica Biel
    18 votes
    • Released: 2004
    • Directed by: David S. Goyer
    In Blade: Trinity, the third installment of the Blade franchise, vampire hunter Blade (Wesley Snipes) finds himself in a precarious position. The authorities have painted him as a public enemy, while an old nemesis, Dracula (Dominic Purcell), is resurrected by the vampires to extinguish humanity. Teaming up with a group of vampire hunters known as the Nightstalkers, led by Hannibal King (Ryan Reynolds) and Abigail Whistler (Jessica Biel), Blade faces his most daunting battle yet. This action-packed horror film culminates in a gripping showdown between good and evil, blending elements of suspense with high-octane fight sequences.

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