Hollywood is proud to have the most versatile actors and actresses grace our screens. Some actresses always hit the mark with their choice of movies—one of the most notable names being Florence Pugh. After delivering stellar performances, Florence Pugh is one of the booked-and-busy celebrities.

You can watch any of her movies on any of popular streaming platforms on your desired devices, as most are compatible with Android, iPhone, or other devices.

So here are the finest movies featuring Florence Pugh, which you absolutely cannot miss out on!

The Falling (2014)

This mystery drama featured the debut of Florence Pugh. She starred alongside Game of Thrones famed Maisie Williams in the movie. The year is 1969, and Abbie and Lydia are best friends. But things go wrong when Abbie starts suffering from fainting spells. 

Are these spells an indication of what’s to come, or will Lydia discover the truth behind her birth sooner than later?

Written and directed by Carol Morley, the film was widely acclaimed.

Lady Macbeth (2016)

Florence Pugh bagged another period piece by playing the leading lady in the movie Lady Macbeth. Critics have described a film as “dark, powerful, utterly brilliant.” Katherine is trapped in a loveless marriage with Alexander, who’s twice her age.

But one day, when Alexander leaves the estate, Katherine sets upon the task of exploring the house. One particular man catches Katherine’s eye, and they’re having an affair the next thing you know. Will her newfound happiness last long, or she’ll regret her actions as her husband returns home? 

You’ll have to check out this haunting piece that’ll give you goosebumps. 

King Lear (2018)

This movie is directed by Richard Eyre and is an adaptation of William Shakespeare’s play King Lear. The film’s set in an alternate universe of the 21st century where London’s under a highly militarized sovereignty. 

Florence played the youngest daughter of King Lear, who decided to divide his kingdom among his three daughters. But when Cordelia refuses to make superficial allegiances to her father, she isn’t granted her share of the inheritance. How she will manage her life without the support she has grown up with all along is a question worthy of watching this movie. 

Malevolent (2018)

Florence Pugh seems to have a knack for either medieval or horror movies. One thing is for sure; she nails her characters regardless of the genre. Directed by Olaf de Fleur Johannesson, Malevolent is based on a novel called Hush, penned by Konstantopoulos. 

Angela and Jackson are siblings who scam other people by pretending to be paranormal investigators who can rid your house of haunted beings. But Angela becomes worrisome when things go off-track during one of their assignments. 

What will be the fate of the scamming sibling duo as they venture on another assignment is something you must watch out for yourself.

Midsommar (2019)

Ari Aster’s Midsommar is “ambitious, impressively crafted, and above all unsettling.” The movie proved that Florence Pugh could play every character in depth, precisely one suffering from the tragic trauma of her familial past. 

For fans of the grotesque horror genre, Midsommar is a must-watch. The story starts when Dani is left traumatized by the murder-suicide of her sister and her parents. She believes a trip to Sweden to attend their midsummer celebration might be a good thing to escape reality. 

Unfortunately, plagued with the haunted ghosts of her family to participate in a cult’s festivities, Dani is set for a ride that may change the trajectory of her life forever. 

Little Women (2019)

If an actress can set you to notice her character significantly when there’s Saoirse Ronan and Emma Watson in the movie, no better name comes to mind other than Florence Pugh. Written and directed by Greta Gerwig and adapted from Louisa May Alcott’s Little Women, the movie does much justice to the book. 

Florence Pugh manages to make the audience like the least likable March sister. Her iconic monologue of “I’m Just a Woman” is much more relatable to many women, regardless of the era. To add more gems to the movie, it also stars Meryl Streep and the ever-handsome Timothée Chalamet.  

Black Widow (2021)

If you found Natasha Romanoff hot, wait until you see her younger sister Yelena Belova, played by none other than Florence Pugh. That’s right. The actress finally made her Marvel Cinematic Universe debut as Black Window’s sister. 

Entertain yourself as Romanoff connects with her roots and goes on an all-stakes-high mission. Black Widow is set aftermath of Captain America: Civil War which got the most paused MCU movie scenes. Both actresses received high praise for their performances and action stunts in the movie.

In case you’re interested to know (also spoiler alert!), this movie addresses Hawkeye and Black Widow’s inside joke about Budapest.


That’s about it, folks! Hopefully, now you know which movies you have to binge-watch next. So, whether it’s action, thriller, or horror, you know Florence Pugh’s movies are the ideal pick for any genre.