This list of the 5 best Rosario Dawson movies will likely change because this fine young actress has a great future in front of her. In her career, she has most likely been seen in thrilling crime scenes. But she also excels in these 5 best Rosario Dawson movies.
A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints (2006). This 5 best Rosario Dawson movie role finds the actress sweating it up in the hot summer city.
- Clerks II (2006). Granted, Clerks II was not nearly as good as the original Kevin Smith-directed film. But Dawson gets to mix it up with Jason Lee and Ben Affleck, and all their East Coast lovable losers.
- Deathproof (2007). Quentin Tarantino presented this one, so you know you're getting lost of sex and violence. Adapted from a crime novel by the great Elmore Leonard, Dawson, in one of her 5 best movies, is thrown into a scenario involving a scary stunt man with a thing for pretty young girls. Dawson gets to also act alongside Mickey Rourke, Diane Lane and, well, Johnny Knoxville.
- Killshot (2007). Directed by John Madden, and also based on an Elmore Leonard novel, this film features a beaty and an ironworker, who are put in the Federal Witness protection program after seeing a crime they probably wish they would have missed. Little do they know, however, that even though they think they're out of the woods, an professional hit man is after them.
- Descent (2007). In this 5 best Rosario Dawson movies, Dawson is a queen of the thriller because "Descent" also finds her in revenge mode. In this one, she's a college student set on getting back at some one that's wronged her.
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