Top Five Movies to Watch If You Are Obsessed with Andrew Garfield after Watching NWH


After his feature in Spiderman No Way Home, the internet is raving over Andrew Garfield. From Instagram to TikTok, fans' social media is being filled with Andrew Garfield, causing a surge in popularity for his Spiderman movies. Though Garfield's Spiderman movies rank lower than Tom Holland and Tobey Maguire's movies, fans are still obsessing over his 2012 Spiderman movie featuring Emma Stone. Here are Andrew's top five movies to watch if you want to see more Andrew Garfield moments. Hopefully, you have time to binge-watching all of these movies because they are all a must-watch!

1. The Social Network

The Social Network might be my favorite movie on this list. Written by Aaron Sorkin, this movie features Andrew Garfield, Jesse Eisenberg, Justin Timberlake, and Armie Hammer. Jesse Eisenberg plays Mark Zuckerberg, and the movie portrays the birth of Facebook and the challenges Zuckerberg faced throughout the beginning of his company.

Andrew Garfield plays Eduardo Savrin, Zuckerberg's business partner and friend. Garfield is amazing in this movie, with iconic lines like "Sorry my Prada's at the cleaners!" and "I'm coming back for everything." This is an entertaining and interesting movie that is perfect for any Garfield fan.

2. Tick, Tick...BOOM!

Directed by Lin Manuel Miranda, this musical is a story of the life of Jonathan Larson, the creator of the musical Rent. With an incredible cast consisting of Andrew Garfield playing Jonathan Larson, Vanessa Hudgens playing Karessa Johnson, and Alexandra Shipp playing Susan Wilson, this movie will not disappoint.

Watching Andrew Garfield recreate such an amazing story and listening to him sing is wonderful. He does a fantastic job encapsulating the energy of Jonathan Larson. The music is absolutely amazing, and Garfield's voice is unbelievably good. Who knew Spiderman could sing? If you like Andrew Garfield and musicals, this movie is perfect for you.

3. Mainstream

Mainstream is one of Garfield's lesser-known movies and although it may not have received the best reviews, it is still a bucket list watch for all Andrew Garfield fans. Directed by Gia Coppola, Mainstream is a comedy-drama about a young woman finding internet fame alongside Andrew Garfield's character, Link. Along with Garfield, it features Maya Hawke, Nat Wolff, and Alexa Demie (Hello Euphoria fans!).

This is an interesting watch and seeing Andrew Garfield as a blonde definitely makes it even better! It is especially fun seeing Garfield act alongside Alexa Demie if you are a Euphoria fan--worlds colliding!

4. Hacksaw Ridge

Directed by Mel Gibson, Hacksaw Ridge is a biographical war film based on a true story about Desmond Doss, played by Garfield, during the bloodiest battle of World War II. This is an extremely interesting story and seeing Garfield play such an amazing character makes it a fascinating watch. Besides Garfield, this film features Teresa Palmer, Vince Vaughn, and Luke Bracey.

Garfield's acting throughout this incredible movie makes it fully worth the watch. This movie got deservingly great reviews and is a captivating movie to watch.

5. Breathe

Ever wanted to see Garfield in a dramatic love story? If yes--this is the perfect movie for you. Directed by Andy Serkis, this movie features Andrew Garfield, Claire Foy, Tom Hollander, and Hugh Bonneville. Breathe follows an adventurous couple who is faced with a devastating disease.

This is a great movie to watch if you love dramatic love stories and see Andrew Garfield in a different type of movie than his regular action movies.

The great thing about Garfield is his range. From action movies, to love stories, he has done it all, meaning there are plenty of options, no matter what type of movie you prefer! Hopefully, you have found a few iconic Garfield movies to add to your watchlist.

Molly Kister
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Molly is currently a senior in high school in Wisconsin. When not writing, you can find Molly reading, playing volleyball, or playing chess. She hopes to study marketing in college, but she also hopes to continue writing throughout college!