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Penelope Cruz Movies

Name: Penélope Cruz Sánchez
DOB: 28 April 1974 Alcobendas, Spain
Occupation: Actress
Years active1989–presentWorks
Spouse:Javier Bardem​​ (m. 2010)
Children: 2
Relatives: Mónica Cruz (Sister)

Penelope Cruz Sanchez is a Spanish actress renowned for her roles in films of several genres, who has received acclaim. She has received an Academy Award and a British Academy Film Award, in addition to nominations for four Golden Globe Awards, four Screen Actors Guild Awards, and a Primetime Emmy Award.

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Here is a list of Penelope Cruz Movies.

1. Jamon Jamon

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Release date: 4 September 1992
Directed By : Bigas Luna
Box office Collection: $2.5 million
Language: Spanish
Music by: Nicola Piovani
Producers: Andrés Vicente Gómez
IMDB:6.4/10

Jose Luis (Jordi Mollà) lends his support to the underwear assembly line that his mom, Conchita (Stefania Sandrelli), owns. Jose Luis meets Silvia (Penélope Cruz), a beautiful laborer on the underwear assembly line, and he is instantly lovesick. When he announces his intention to marry this blue-collar woman, Conchita is quite disappointed, so she asks the hunky Raul (Javier Bardem) to take Silvia's mind off her son. The strategy works until Conchita also falls for Raul.

2. Open Your eyes

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Release Date: 19 December 1997
Directed By: Alejandro Amenábar
Language: Spanish
Box office Collection: $9 million
Production By: Canal+ España; Las Producciones del Escorpión; Les Films Alain Sarde; Lucky Red; Sociedad General de Televisión
IMDB Rating:7.7/10

Gorgeous 25-year-old Cesar (Eduardo Noriega) had it all -- a successful career, luxurious cars, a luxurious bachelor's pad, and an endless string of gorgeous and eager women. After a car accident leaves him with a scar on his face, he is then thrown into a psychological mystery and sent to prison.

3. Don't Tempt Me
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Release date: 28 November 2001
Directed By: Agustín Díaz Yanes
Language: Spanish
Distributed by: TOKYO THEATRES COMPANY, INCORPORATED
IMDB Rating:6.4/10

The moment angel Lola (Victoria Abril) is sent to ensure that mortal prizefighter Manny (Bruno Bichir) made virtuous decisions so he could find his way into heaven, hell's administrator Jack Davenport (Gael García Bernal) determined to enlist his striking operative Carmen (Penélope Cruz) to win the boxer's soul for the sake of evil. Soon, Manny is unknowingly caught up in a holy battle, as Lorenzo hopes to help him make the most of his time on earth, while Carmen tries to tempt him into sinful misdeeds.
4. Belle Époque
Belle Époque

Release date: 4 December 1992
Directed By: Fernando Trueba
Music by: Antoine Duhamel, Federico Romero & Guillermo Fernández-Shaw
Box office Collection: $11 million
Language: Spanish
Distributed by: Sony Pictures Classics
IMDB Rating:7.1/10

In 1930, as Spain sits on the brink of civil war, Fernando opts to go missing from the army. He soon happens upon the country home of the wealthy Manolo, who invites Fernando to stay with him. Fernando is then introduced to Manolo's daughters -- Clara, Violeta, Rocio, and Luz(Penelope Cruz) -- and each of them has a close encounter with him. However, a problem arises when he cannot decide which one to marry.

5. Don't Move
Don't Move

Release date: 12 March 2004
Directed By: Sergio Castellitto
Music by: Vasco Rossi & Lucio Godoy
Written by: Sergio Castellitto & Margaret Mazzantini
Distributed by: Capitol Films& Medusa Film
IMDB Rating:7/10

A professional tale of a surgeon who, while waiting for his daughter's brain surgery, remembers his affair with a woman who lives in a low-income neighborhood on the outskirts of his city.

6. Volver
Volver

Release date: 10 March 2006
Directed BY: Pedro Almodóvar
Music by: Alberto Iglesias
Cinematography By: José Luis Alcaine
Box office Collection: $87.2 million
Distributed by: Sony Pictures Classics & Warner Bros. Pictures
IMDB Rating:7.6/10

A young woman, Sole, visits her ancestral village to attend the funeral of Paula, her aunt. However, much to her horror, she encounters the ghost of her mother, who passed away years ago.

7. Blow
Blow

Release date: 29 March 2001
Directed By: Ted Demme
Music by: Graeme Revell
Written by: David McKenna & Nick Cassavetes
Distributed by: New Line Cinema
IMDB Rating:7.5/10

After growing up in poverty, George Jung becomes a cocaine dealer to earn money. While this makes him wealthy, he faces obstacles that threaten his fall from power.

8. All About My Mother
All About My Mother

Release date: 8 April 1999
Directed By: Pedro Almodóvar
Music by: Alberto Iglesias
Box office Collection: $67.8 million
Budget: P600 million ($4,989,091)
Distributed by: Sony Pictures Classics, Warner Bros. Pictures & Pathé
IMDB Rating:7.8/10

Manuela, a single mother, grieved the loss of her only son Esteban in a car accident. She traveled to Barcelona to escape reality and search for her estranged husband.

9. Live Flesh
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Release date: 10 October 1997
Directed By: Pedro Almodóvar
Music by: Alberto Iglesias
Production By: El Deseo S.A. CiBy 2000 & France 3 Cinéma
Distributed by: Warner Bros. Pictures, France 3, Ciby 2000, 20th Century Studios, Samuel Goldwyn Films & Pathé,
IMDB Rating:7.4/10

Victor (Liberto Rabal) goes to meet Elena (Francesca Neri) for a date. She is uninterested in dating but tells him to leave her apartment before her dealer arrives. Their ensuing argument and struggle attract the attention of policemen Sancho and David. As the story begins, Elena's gun goes off as she flees, paralyzing David. Six years later, Victor gets out of jail and begins having an affair with Sancho's wife. Eventually, David and Elena's marriage falls apart.
10. Broken Embraces
Broken Embraces

Release date: 18 March 2009 (Spain)
Directed By: Pedro Almodóvar
Music by: Alberto Iglesias
Movie Budget: $18 million
Production By: El Deseo
Distributed by: Warner Bros. Pictures, Sony Pictures Classics & Universal Pictures
IMDB Rating:7.2/10

After Ernesto Martel (José Luis Gómez) dies, a chain of events unfolds that forces one man to deal with his past. Before he became blind, Harry Caine was Mateo Blanco, a film director who often collaborated with Ernesto. Ten years ago, Ernesto and Mateo's friendship turned into a battle over Lena (Penélope Cruz), Ernesto's mistress and Mateo's secret love interest. Things quickly spiral out of control when the former recruits his son (Rubén Ochandiano) to spy on the latter.

11. Zoolander
Zoolander

Release date: 28 September 2001
Directed by: Ben Stiller
Music by: David Arnold
Story by: Drake Sather; Ben Stiller
Box office Collection: $60.8 million
Distributed by: Paramount Pictures Studios, Village Roadshow Pictures & VH1
IMDB Rating:6.5/10

As Derek loses hope after his competitor wins a prize, he becomes depressed. In order to revive his career, a designer offers him a runway show, but he ends up convincing him to kill Malaysia's prime minister.

12. Vanilla Sky
Vanilla Sky

Release date: 10 December 2001
Directed By: Cameron Crowe
Box office Collection: $203.4 million
Distributed by: Paramount Pictures Studios, Summit Entertainment, Vinyl Films & Cruise/Wagner Productions.
IMDB Rating:6.9/10

David Aames, a publishing magnate, becomes the victim of a car crash, which scarred his face. The incident changed him and compelled him to question the existing reality of his life.

13. Elegy
Elegy

Release date: 8 August 2008
Directed By: Isabel Coixet
Box office Collection: $14,894,347
Movie Budget: $13 million
Distributed by: Sony Pictures, Samuel Goldwyn Films & Lakeshore Entertainment
IMDB Rating:6.7/10

When an aged professor gets involved with a stunning graduate student, he finds himself, changing from a confident Lothario to a jealous boyfriend.

14. Pain and Glory
Pain and Glory

Release date: 22 March 2019
Directed By: Pedro Almodóvar
Music by: Alberto Iglesias
Distributed by: Scanbox Entertainment
Nominations: Goya Award for Best Actor, MORE
IMDB Rating:7.5/10
Salvador Mallo, remembers the mistakes he made in his past and cherishes the beautiful moments of his life while recalling his childhood on a camera reel.
15. Sahara
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Release date: 8 April 2005
Directed By: Breck Eisner
Music by: Clint Mansell
Box office Collection: $119.2 million
Distributed by: Paramount Pictures Studios, Summit Entertainment, Bristol Bay Productions & UFA GmbH
IMDB Rating:6/10

In the deserts of West Africa, an explorer goes in search of a lost Civil War battleship called the Ship of Death, while a WHO physician searches for the source of a plague.

16. Pirates of the Caribbean" On Stranger Tides"
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Release date: 7 May 2011
Directed By: Rob Marshall
Movie Budget: 41.06 crores USD
Box office Collection: 104.6 crores USD
Adapted from: On Stranger Tides
Distributed by: Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures & Walt Disney Pictures
IMDB Rating:6.6/10

Pirate Jack Sparrow sets sail in search of the legendary fountain of youth. During his mission, he must deal with a mysterious woman from his past, his old enemy Barbossa, and the notorious pirate, Blackbeard.

17. Head in the Clouds
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Release Date: 12 September 2004
Directed By: John Duigan
Music by: Terry Frewer
Box office Collection: $3,510,605
Distributed by: Sony Pictures Classics

In Paris, Gilda, a budding photographer, Guy, a philosopher, and Mia, a Spanish refugee live together. During WWII, Mia and Guy decide to fight for Spain, which separates their bond.

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