5 Zoey Deutch Movies You Should Not Skip
From being a Disney kid to one of the fastest rising stars in Hollywood. Zoey Deutch earned her rising fame and clinched recognition through her realistic acting that shocks her costars and people who work around her. Deutch is the daughter of director Howard Deutch and actress-director Lea Thompson. The industry runs in her blood and acting is just one of her nature so it is not shocking to see her success on big or small screens.
Here are a few Zoey Deutch Moviesyou should not miss:
The time loop is not a new concept in Hollywood movies, some of it ends up as tragic, happy endings, and some are just spice of comedy. This movie follows Samantha Kingston played by Deutch, a member of the clique of mean girls, save the woman who will end the lives of her friends and even hers at the end of the day of February 12.
This is where the time loop starts and she is forced to live that day over and over again. Along with the movie, she is trying to figure out how to get out of the loop and discovers that her perfect life is just an illusion of her reality. As she was close to figuring things out, appreciating that her life is something she is worth having but ended up not holding onto it anymore.
Set It Up is a romantic comedy starring Zoey Deutch and Glen Powell. This is the perfect opportunity for Deutch to showcase her realistic acting as this movie is a Netflix Originals. Netflix is one of the biggest streaming platforms for movies and films in the world.
This movie is about two assistants who are actively trying to set up their bosses on a date and make them fall in love with one another to make their jobs and lives easier to bear. In the process of setting up their bosses, they grew closer and started to fall in love with each other. A lot of people watched and liked this movie and also became a hit when this movie was released on Netflix in the middle of 2018.
This is another Netflix Originals for Deutch that showcase the reason for her rising fame, her realistic acting. The loving but overprotective dad named Ned (Bryan Cranston) travels to California and visits her beloved daughter at school during the holidays. Stephanie (Deutch) introduced her multimillionaire boyfriend, Laird (James Franco). Ned shows his overprotective side to Laird as he was a little inappropriate for his type of man for her daughter. Eventually, Ned finds out that Lairds has the intention of marrying her daughter, and guess what? It was total chaos.
This is the directorial debut of Deutch’s mother, Lea Thompson. Zoey Deutch is one of the producers of this film alongside her sister, Madelyn Deutch and they are also the characters of this film. This movie is about the story of Izzy Klein (Madelyn Deutch) who is fresh out of college as she begins to play with several relationships with men and destroys them. She struggles to handle all her failures during her post-college adulthood while seeking and leaning support on her mother (Lea Thompson) and her younger sister (Zoey Deutch).
Everybody Wants Some!! is set in the year of 1980 following the story of a group of college baseball players trying to find and handle their way through their freedom and experiences some situations due to their lack of adult supervision. Zoey Deutch plays the role of the love interest of Jake (Blake Jenner) named Beverly. This sports film was released in 2016 and was well-received by their audience and even nominated for some awards.
Zoey Deutch never fails to portray her characters realistically and shocks her audience on how they see her character in her perfectly. We will see more amazing films and series from her as her popularity and fame are still growing. It's indeed clear that her fame is not just because of her blood, it is because she made and created the magic herself. There is more to Zoey Deutch than the blood running in her veins and there is more to unfold in her acting that we will probably see as she grows. We can't wait to see more on Zoey Deutch. The listed films above are must-watch Zoey Deutch movies that will remind you not to skip her films.