Badass Charlize Theron turns 43, Here are her top 10 movies to binge watch on 

Published: 06th August 2018 06:04 PM  |   Last Updated: 06th August 2018 07:46 PM  

Immensely talented and widely appreciated for her acting skills, Charlize Theron turns a year older today. The first South African actress recipient of an academy award in a major category she is widely popular for her action scenes. Here are her top 10 movies to watch without a miss. (Photo: Twitter)
Mad Max: Fury Road - Released in 2015, the movie is about survival and breaking free of a tyrant ruler. Directed by George Miller the movie caught the attention of the viewers and was widely appreciated as Charlize Theron sported a badass punk look. Her performance too was widely appreciated as she delivered power packed action scenes. The movie comes number one in our list and is too good to be missed. (Photo: YouTube screengrab)
Æon Flux: The sci-fi movie was released in 2005 and the shootout scene in the climax is still considered to be amongst the best action sequences in Hollywood. Charlize who is playing Aeon Flux is tasked with assassination and the movie revolved around her uncovering other conspiracies in the process. (Photo: YouTube screengrab)
The Italian job: Playing vault technician Stella Bridger, Charlize effortlessly drives mini coopers in the narrow underground lanes while avenging her father. The movie was released in 2003 and remade in Bollywood. (Photo: Twitter)
A million ways to die in the West: A perfect cowgirl Anna who shoots better than men. The role fits seamlessly and Charlize looks every bit elegant playing the part. Its a feel good light -hearted flick. (Photo: YouTube screengrab)
Prometheus: A sci-fi movie again but with a twist, Charlize play antagonist in the riveting story. Her character is full of confidence and doesn't give away much keeping the audience hooked. (Photo: YouTube screengrab)
Monster: The movie that got her Oscar award. Charlize plays a murdered Aileen Wuornos. The movie released in 2003 which proved to be a great year for her professionally. Almost unrecognizable, she perfectly portrays the changing personalities and mood swings of the character. (Photo: YouTube screengrab)
Snow White and the Huntsman (2012): Returning again as an evil stepmother Charlize plays the fictional character par excellence. Her strong scene presence and personality adds to the drama. Its a movie to watch with good twists and turns to the classic Snow White movie. (Photo: Twitter)
Young Adult: Released in 2011, the movie is about an alcoholic struggling writer and her mid-life crisis. The high and low of her emotions are vivid and the performance is worthy of accolades, making it a must watch. (Photo: YouTube screengrab)
Hancock: The roller coaster feelings of Mary Embrey cause the weather to change. Hancock is there to help, but not without a fight. The chemistry between Will Smith and Theron is exciting and the animation in the movie makes the experience even better. The movie released in 2008. (Photo: YouTube screengrab)
The actress is not only a phenomenal performer but also a great human being. She has been vocal about a lot of social issues and helps in Charity. IN PIC: Celebrating with the women in her Charity in South Africa. (Photo: Twitter)
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