The Best Patsy Kensit Movies

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

If you think the best Patsy Kensit role isn't at the top, then upvote it so it has the chance to become number one. The greatest Patsy Kensit performances didn't necessarily come from the best movies, but in most cases they go hand in hand.

Items include everything from Things Behind the Sun to Speedway Junky.

"This list answers the questions, "What are the best Patsy Kensit movies?" and "What are the greatest Patsy Kensit roles of all time?"
Most divisive: Things Behind the Sun
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  • Lethal Weapon 2
    Mel Gibson, Danny Glover, Joe Pesci
    13 votes
    • Released: 1989
    • Directed by: Richard Donner
    South African smugglers find themselves being hounded and harassed by Riggs and Murtaugh, two mismatched Los Angeles police officers. However, the South Africans are protected by diplomatic immunity, and so the two are assigned to witness-protection duty in an attempt by their captain to keep his job. It is only when this witness reveals to them that he has already dealt with the smugglers that the trouble really starts.
  • Blame It on the Bellboy
    Dudley Moore, Patsy Kensit, Richard Griffiths
    9 votes
    • Released: 1992
    • Directed by: Mark Herman
    Blame It on the Bellboy is a 1992 British-American film comedy written and directed by Mark Herman, revolving around a case of mistaken identity of three individuals with similar sounding surnames staying at the same hotel. Dudley Moore plays the role of Melvyn Orton in the film. The Bollywood film One Two Three is an uncredited remake of Blame It On The Bellboy.

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  • Shelter Island

    Shelter Island

    Ally Sheedy, Stephen Baldwin, Patsy Kensit
    7 votes
    • Released: 2003
    • Directed by: Geoffrey Schaaf
    Shelter Island is a 2003 thriller film directed by Geoffrey Schaaf.
  • Absolute Beginners
    Eddie O'Connell, Patsy Kensit-Healy, David Bowie
    9 votes
    • Released: 1986
    • Directed by: Julien Temple
    Colin (Eddie O'Connell), an aspiring young British photographer and jazz aficionado, falls for the beautiful Crepe Suzette (Patsy Kensit), a model on the rise. When she leaves him to pursue her dreams of fame, Colin lands under the wing of Vendice Partners (David Bowie), a suave advertising executive, and begins his own climb toward success. As Colin and Suzette get caught up in the promotion of youth culture, they brush up against the era's social issues, including racism.
  • Kill Cruise
    Elizabeth Hurley, Patsy Kensit, Jürgen Prochnow
    6 votes
    • Released: 1990
    • Directed by: Peter Keglevic
    Kill Cruise is a 1990 film directed by Peter Keglevic and starring Jürgen Prochnow, Patsy Kensit and Elizabeth Hurley.

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  • The Human Bomb

    The Human Bomb

    Patsy Kensit, Jürgen Prochnow
    8 votes
    • Released: 1997
    Based on a real-life story, this international thriller tests the cool head of an elementary school teacher named Marcia Weller. Marcia, a young widow from Los Angeles, resettles in Germany with her infant son. To regain her confidence, she returns to teaching while putting the pieces of her life back together. Marcia's ability to exhibit courage is put to the test when a terrorist bursts into her classroom, taking Marcia and her young charges as hostages. Meanwhile, anti-terrorism officers must explore ways to rescue the innocents in this potentially deadly stand-off situation. But when the officers fill the ransom bag in large part with fake money, it's Marcia's tenacity, poise, and cool-headedness under tremendous pressure that ultimately saves her own life and the lives of her younger students.