Best Timothée Chalamet Movies + Where To Watch Them

by Allison Lindsey
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Summer means different things to different people, but something a lot of us have in common is the desire to binge-watch every movie “fill in celebrity crush of the week here” has been in. In today’s case, the one and only, Timothée Chalamet (Instagram). Timmy has had quite a successful career in his 24 years and fans can’t get enough of him. Between the hair, the cheekbones, the smile, and the undeniable inner charm that he brings to every character he plays- he’s a heartthrob that’s here to stay. If you’re trying to decide what to watch tonight, take this as a sign. There’s no better time to watch a ridiculous amount of Timmy content, so we’ve organized a list of his best movies and the cheapest/easiest way to watch them:

Little Women- Laurie

Amazon Prime Video- $4.99

If you didn’t have a crush on Timothée before this movie, we can almost guarantee you’ll have a crush on him after. Laurie is too charming for his own good and Timmy’s portrayal of the iconic character in this new adaptation of Louisa May Alcott’s book is utterly perfect. Seriously, as soon as you finish this movie, you’ll want to watch it all over again.

The King- Hal

Netflix Subscription

This historical drama is action-packed and sometimes a bit gruesome, but one things for sure, being king suits Timothée. He really got to show off his acting chops in this one. As if we needed more proof of his Oscar-worthy abilities.

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David Michôd’s THE KING

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Call Me By Your Name- Elio

Amazon Prime Video- $2.99

This movie is full of heart. It’s about love- every aspect of it- and it will undoubtedly make you cry. This book-to-movie adaptation is a fan favorite and Timothée’s acting is a huge contribution to the film’s popularity. An article by Entertainment Weekly said that the adaptation was “faithful in spirit while necessarily distinct in execution.” The love story between Elio and Oliver is a beautiful and heart-wrenching tale of discovering, learning, and living through young, yet true, love.

Beautiful Boy- Nic

Amazon Prime Subscription

This film is full of heart, yet undeniably heavy because of the serious subject matter. The tone of the film is different from Tim’s other films, but his portrayal of Nic Sheff is beautiful and his acting is superb. The father-son chemistry between Timothée Chalament and Steve Carrell is unmatched and both actors excel at their craft in this film. Based on a memoir written by the real David Sheff- Nic’s father, this film shows the realities of addiction and the overwhelming love and strength of a father.

Lady Bird- Kyle

Netflix Subscription

This Academy award-winning film has stolen hearts for with its lovable characters and honest storytelling. While Tim’s character might not be your favorite, you’re bound to love the film and it’s always good to see his cute face. When Saoirse Ronan and Greta Gerwig work together, magic happens.

Hot Summer Nights- Daniel

Amazon Prime Video $0.99

This movie depicts a life-altering summer for Timothée Chalamet’s character, who goes to Cape Cod to spend the school break with his mother. This coming-of-age movie portrays the awkward teen dealing with the grief of losing his father in a new town. He eventually gets caught up in a drug-dealing scheme that introduces him to his new best friend, Hunter, and his best friend’s gorgeous sister. Audiences watch Daniel get bolder in every aspect of his life as the film goes on, but will he be able to manage his lucrative illegal business and keep his relationship a secret?

Miss Stevens- Billy

Youtube Movies

This movie is FREE on Youtube! Yes, you read that correctly. There is a Timothée Chalamet movie that is absolutely free to watch and fans are freaking out. Lili Reinhart plays a major role in the film as well, which is how the two IRL friends initially met. Miss Stevens is another drama (Tim’s current sweet spot when it comes to film) that depicts a complicated few days that take place at a weekend-long high school drama competition. Rotten Tomatoes got it just right when they said, “Exploring the fine line between being a grown-up and being a kid, MISS STEVENS is about students becoming teachers and teachers realizing that the messiness of youth never really goes away.”

One and Two- Zac

Amazon Prime/Youtube $3.99

The duo in this fantasy thriller might surprise you because even though we all adore Tim and Kiernan (who plays Sabrina in the CW’s The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina), many people don’t know about this film! Her adorable post for #nationalsiblingday is a reference to this movie in which the two stars play a pair of supernaturally gifted siblings that use their powers to escape from their father. These young actors have already made quite a name for themselves and have each gotten to star alongside other talented Hollywood heartthrobs. We don’t know who we envy more! We love you both.

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Happy #nationalsiblingday ♥️

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Love the Coopers- Charlie

Youtube- Free

This holiday rom-com is perfect for any time of year! Ed Helms and Steve Martin are just a couple of big names in this star-studded cast. Everyone knows how complicated things get when a big family gets together for the holidays and this movie depicts just that. We all need some feel-good laughter right now and seeing Timmy’s cute face is just icing on the cake!

Everybody needs more Timothée Chalamet content in their lives. We hope this has helped you make your decision of what to watch tonight!

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