Kristen Stewart Claims She's Only Made "Five Good Films" In Her Career — These Are Those Five Films

    As of today, Kristen Stewart has starred in 56 I think the correct quote should be "56 good films."

    This past weekend, on the press tour for Spencer, Kristen Stewart sat down with the Sunday Times to discuss her career, specifically her most recent role as Princess Diana in Spencer:

    Poster for the film "Spencer" with Diana having a breakdown in her iconic white dress

    In the article, K. Stew is quoted as saying she's only made "five really good films" in her career:

    Kristen Stewart at the "Spencer" premiere in London

    While I think that's a gross UNDERSTATEMENT of her abilities, I'm here to make a case for her five best films.

    It's OBVIOUS that those five films are Twilight, The Twilight Saga: New Moon, The Twilight Saga: Eclipse, The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn — Part 1, and The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn — Part 2*. Thank you for coming to my TED Talk.

    Bella and Edward walking and talking through a greenhouse

    *OK, I'm kidding, but the joke was right there and I had to go for it.

    So these are my ACTUAL contenders for Kristen Stewart's five best films.*

    *Even though I personally have never seen a bad K. Stew flick. But I digress. 🚨Warning: #2 and and #4 mention sexual assault and suicide respectfully.🚨

    1. Panic Room (2002, dir. David Fincher):

    Meg and Sarah looking at the monitors

    2. Speak (2004, dir. Jessica Sharzer):

    Melinda with drawn-on stitches on her mouth
    Melinda's asshole rapist leaning over her to talk to her friend
    Melinda entering the party after her sexual assault

    3. Personal Shopper (2016, dir. Olivier Assayas):

    Maureen shopping for dresses
    Maureen having a breakdown on a train

    4. Seberg (2019, dir. Benedict Andrews):

    Jean talking about her suspicions of people spying on her
    Jean looking at her haggard refection in the mirror

    5. And last, but not least, Spencer (2021, dir. Pablo Larraín):

    Diana standing in front of the billiards table
    Diana looking through a window