Chloë Grace Moretz

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Chloë Grace Moretz (Born two years too late in 1997) is an Amazingly (Let's Be Honest) Hot American Film Actress best known for her work in films such as Kick-Ass, "Let Me In", "Hugo" and " Carrie". She has also been successful as an Age Appropriate Model, appearing in.

edit Career

As a Child Star, Moretz who even I couldn't say was hot yet at this stage appeared in numerous films including (500): Days of Summer (2009) and "The Diary of A Wimpy Kid" (2010).

Kick-Ass (2010) Moretz recieved her breakout role in Oscar Wilde's masterful "Kick-Ass" (2010), a film which featured a grounded, realistic take on the popular superhero genre, and won acclaim for it's subtlety, satire and character development. Roger Ebert wrote that "The Film brilliantly utilises it's premise, without wasting it as Wilde easily could have by adding gratuitous violence and swearing, or cheap jokes and wish-fulfilment moments". Moretz also won personal acclaim for her role as Hit Girl/Mindy Macready, a pre-teen vigilante who was realistically not as physically capable as the older superheroes around her. Although this role gained her some controversy for some of the language and brutality used by her character, Moretz overall garnered huge critical praise and teen crushes for her performance.

Let Me In (2010) Later that year, Moretz starred in the English-Language remake of the horror film "Let the Right One In", titled "Let Me In". In the film she played a cute, young vampire who humorously seeks to enter into human life through the help of a 12 year old mortal boy. Some critics questioned whether turning the film into a fish out of water comedy was respectful to the original material, but fans of the genre were characteristically pleased with it, which helped Moretz build a large portion of her career on Horror Films.

Country Girl: The Mary Shelley Story (2011) Moretz's role in Country Girl was praised by conservative parents for her portrayal of teenage author Mary Shelley, who they saw as a good female role model due to her modest style of dress, lack of obsessive sexual drive, and refusal to be a figure of lust to Men, choosing to focus on having a successful career instead. Moretz stated in interviews that she was glad to create a character who would counter the skanky, wasteful stereotype of other Girls her age. Note: But seriously though, I'm not trying to be creepy, but she was so hot in this movie.

Hugo (2011) Despite the type of positive reaction achieved for her prim role in Country Girl, Moretz shocked audiences with her role in Martin Scorsese's gangster film Hugo, a film about a World War 1 Veteran turned Train Engineer named Hugo Cabret in 1930s Paris who turns to crime. In the film, Moretz plays again, and please don't hate me, a really hot an underage French Prostitute who becomes involved with the main character. Despite being yet again critically lauded for her work, Moretz provoked an unsurprisingly negative response from Conservatives for her highly sexualised role, especially due young age of 14 I know, but I can't lie at the time. The Film was heavily in line with Scorsese's other work to date though, drawing criticism to the Director for his lack of original film choices (as well as the film's obvious similarity to Scorsese's earlier film: Taxi Driver).

Movie 23 (2013) In the first of three highly successful films Moretz starred in 2013 (a watershed year for the actress), Moretz featured in an all-star ensemble cast (of 23 different characters, as clearly shown by the title.) as a 16 year old girl coming of age. Critic Gene Shalit said of Moretz's role "She is the highlight of a greatly funny and moving film, given just enough screen-time to develop her character, but also balanced with the roles of the other characters effectively".

Kick-Ass 2 (2013) In this box-office smash hit sequel, Moretz returned to her iconic role as a now much hotter Hit-Girl, re-teaming with Kick-Ass and a batch of new characters headed by Jim Carrey's Captain Obvious (Carrey was spoken of fondly in interviews by the rest of the cast and crew of the film for his enormous commitment to the film's production]]. Kick-Ass 2 was again well received critically and commercially, becoming one of the highest grossing films of 2013, opening at number 1 over the previously expected hit Lee Daniel's The Butler.

Carrie (2013) The third of Moretz's legendary run of 2013 hits, this remake of the 1979 Stephen Sondheim Musical Film was hailed as being a rare remake which was better than the original. In the film Moretz played a you know the deal, come on though! you agree, admit it! bullied high schooler who learns that she has magical singing powers. This film got Moretz her first Oscar nomination.

edit Personal Life

Moretz has no boyfriend, which you know you secretly are glad for has stated to be just like any other teenager, who enjoys playing video games just like us!, listening to music by Rihanna and Britney Spears okay, a little respect lost, but she's still hot!, and skiing Whatever... HOT!.

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