12 Best Orlando Bloom Movies You Must See

January 16, 2018
8 min read

Born in South East England, Orlando Bloom has always been eye candy for the girls in Hollywood movies. Being a part of big banner and high budget movies like Troy, Lord of the Rings, and Pirates of the Caribbean it would not be wrong to say that Orlando Bloom this chocolaty actor has time and again managed to remain in the spotlight inspite of no substantial acting-heavy movies in his career. However, for the fans of Orlando Bloom, we have made a list of his top 12 Movies. So grab your popcorns and find a corner seat because Legolas the star archer is here to strike you with his arrows of love. Cheers.


12. The Good Doctor (2011)

Playing the role of a psychotic doctor, Orlando Bloom is here to take all your ailments away. When a medical student Martin joins his residency, he thinks of slowly winning everyone with his charm and charisma. However, what happens is totally opposite. Due to his arrogant nature, the nurses avoid him, and he gets in trouble with his superiors. When a young 18-year-old girl comes with a kidney disorder, Martin does everything in his power to keep that girl in the hospital inflating his ego every day, even if it means killing her. What will this new version of Dr. Hyde do next?


11. Elizabethtown (2005)

Causing his company a loss of billions of dollars, Drew Baylor (Orlando Bloom) decides it is better to commit suicide instead of facing the consequences of his actions. However, when he is about to end his despicable life, his sister calls to inform him that their father has died and he must return to his home in Elizabethtown immediately. Broken by his personal and professional life, Drew travels alone on a late night flight to his hometown. It is a chance encounter with a flight attendant Claire Colburn (Kirsten Dunst) which revives his spirits and teaches him to deal with the problems in his life.


10. Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest (2006)

The mischievous games of the Pirates have transformed into a tale of good and evil with a little magic sprinkled into it. Davy Jones, the captain of the Flying Dutchman, has returned to take an unpaid debt from Jack Sparrow, the notorious pirate who seems to deceive death every single time. To avoid getting his soul trapped in the infamous locker of Davy Jones, Jack devises a plan to steal his heart which shall give him control over the magical Flying Dutchman and its undead captain. Will Turner and Elizabeth having termed as mutineers by the government have also joined Sparrow on his quest for their own personal gains. What will the deadly trio lose this time?


9. Zulu (2013)

Ali Sokhela (Forrest Whittaker) black police chief and his partner Brian Epkeen (Orland Bloom) have the difficult job to keep peace in the dark alleys of Cape Town. The streets of one of the biggest cities in Africa look shiny as a newly mined diamond but are about to get crimson red. With a new drug in the market, a young woman getting brutally murdered, and black children getting disappeared in the middle of the night, it is upon these two to solve the apparent conspiracy before the racial hatred consumes the whole city.An impressive performance from both of the lead actors.


8. Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End (2007)

To fight against the East India company’s oppression and mission to eliminate pirates from the entire earth, the Brethren court of the pirate lords is convening. However, there is a catch. Jack Sparrow is one of those pirate lords and seeing as he is in Davy Jones’ locker, he is unable to attend the all-important meeting. Newly resurrected Barbossa along with Elizabeth and William team up to bring back Jack from the locker, and ride one last time against Davy Jones who has been forced to serve under the company. With Davy Jones in their front and the monster Kraken on their tail, will the savvy pirates be able to cheat death for one last time?


7. The Three Musketeers (2011)

Athos, Porthos, and Aramis leap off the pages of Alexander Dumas’ classic and head face first in a struggle against anonymity. With no one to defend and no battle to fight, the three musketeers have lost their purpose and spend their life as vagrants. When the Cardinal of France tries to insert tension between the king and queen, so that he can annex the kingdom, musketeers must return one last time. To evade the Duke of Buckingham, the enemy charging from the front and expose the traitor within, the Musketeers will have to keep all their wits about them. A rare film with Orland Bloom as an antagonist, this is ‘The Three Musketeers.’

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