Top 5 Movies Featuring the Cast of ‘King Richard’

Top 5 Movies Featuring the Cast of ‘King Richard’

Top 5 Movies Featuring the Cast of ‘King Richard’

Will Smith returns to the big screen in a biopic that brings to life the story of Richard Williams, the father of tennis legends Venus and Serena Williams. ‘King Richard’ showcases the early lives of the famous sisters and their father’s unwavering dedication to making them two of the greatest athletes of all time. Smith leads a cast of talented actors with impressive filmographies. In this article, we’ll explore the five best movies featuring the cast of King Richard, whether they played lead or supporting roles, or even just a background extra. However, we’re excluding animated features, so don’t expect to see Shark Tale on this list. Let’s dive into the first film:

Enemy of the State

It’s hard to believe that Will Smith’s highest-rated movie on Rotten Tomatoes is Men in Black with a staggering 92%. Smith has numerous iconic films under his belt, but for this list, we’re highlighting Enemy of the State directed by the late, great Tony Scott. This 1998 thriller follows Robert Clayton Dean, who inadvertently ends up with a videotape of a powerful congressman’s murder. Accused of the assassination, Dean teams up with an ex-intelligence agent to prove his innocence. The film masterfully balances realistic action and suspense, with Smith’s charisma making him a compelling lead. A standout entry in Will Smith’s filmography.

Ford v Ferrari

This 2019 film tells the story of American automotive designer Carroll Shelby and British race car driver Ken Miles as they defy the laws of physics and their personal demons to build a revolutionary vehicle for the Ford Motor Company. Ford v. Ferrari expertly combines exhilarating car action with a gripping narrative. Christian Bale and Matt Damon deliver electrifying performances as Shelby and Miles, making the story feel raw, authentic, and unforgettable.


Denis Villeneuve’s visually stunning and captivating thriller follows FBI agent Kate Macer as she receives a top assignment from government official Matt Graver. Macer believes she’s joining a task force to combat the war on drugs, but soon discovers the true reason behind her high-profile assignment. Sicario is a thought-provoking masterpiece filled with shocking twists and anchored by an incredible performance from Emily Blunt. Benicio Del Toro’s Alejandro steals the show, reminiscent of Anton Chigurh from No Country For Old Men, but without the psychopathic tendencies. Sicario stands as one of the best thrillers of the 21st century, leaving a lasting impression long after the credits roll.

The Wolf Of Wall Street

In this unforgettable Martin Scorsese film, The Wolf of Wall Street chronicles the rise of Jordan Belfort at a Wall Street brokerage firm. Belfort amasses a fortune by defrauding wealthy investors, but his wild lifestyle of sex and drugs comes crashing down when the FBI closes in on his operation. Leonardo DiCaprio and Jonah Hill are perfectly cast, and the infamous Quaaludes scene is one of the funniest moments in film history. Margot Robbie also shines as Jordan’s wife Naomi, showcasing her incredible acting range.


Spotlight follows a team of journalists at The Boston Globe as they investigate sexual allegations against John Geoghan, who is accused of molesting more than 80 boys. The journalists, led by Marty Baron, interview victims and uncover a cover-up within the Roman Catholic Church. Director Tom McCarthy handles the sensitive subject matter with care, avoiding manipulation or pandering. The film’s A-list cast delivers grounded and nuanced performances, making Spotlight a deserving Best Picture Oscar winner.

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