By: Abrar Khan
Among the first films to establish the range of Ezra Miller as an actor, Afterschool is a dark drama about a boy named Robert who witnesses the death of fellow students at school.
A mixture of a romantic comedy and a teen drama, this movie has Miller play Eddie “Gonzo” Gilman, a high school student who starts his own school newspaper after he’s fired from the official one.
This movie didn’t sit well with most viewers, who were primarily interested in Fantastic Beasts protagonist Newt Scamander’s pet creatures rather than heavy-handed storytelling.
There’s a good message about the dangers of violence here, with Miller portraying Prisoner 8612. However, viewers tend to be thrown off by the docudrama style of filming.
Ezra Miller might come across as a funny person to fans, but the role of Mark Vanderhill is anything but that. Miller plays the leader of a dangerous alt-right group known as the Men’s First Movement,
Ezra Miller was introduced to many mainstream viewers through this movie, with the evil Gellert Grindelwald influencing Fantastic Beasts’ events specifically by targeting Credence Barebone.
This film is mainly helmed by Andy Garcia, who plays the patriarch of a dysfunctional family, Vince, who all have their own secrets. Ezra Miller plays Vince Jr., a boy
A dark drama that even the most ardent Ezra Miller fans might be surprised with, We Need to Talk About Kevin has Miller play the titular character, who is a disturbed teenager harboring murderous tendencies.
A film with a blend of heartwarming and deeply emotional themes, IMDb users rate The Perks of Being a Wallflower as the best coming-of-age film on Netflix. Ezra Miller plays Patrick,
There’s a longstanding debate over who, between Ezra Miller and Grant Gustin, is the better Flash. The director’s cut to this superhero movie only fueled arguments further.