Natalie Portman's movie career began as the young hitman protege in 1994's "Leon: The Professional," but her career really took off after playing Pamade Amidala in the "Star Wars" prequels.
While she didn't win any awards for those movies, she cemented herself as one of Hollywood's best actresses with her role as Evey Hammond in the hit movie and cult favorite "V for Vendetta" in 2005. She received glowing reviews for her leading role in "Black Swan" and received critical acclaim for her role in the criminally underrated film, "Annihilation."
Interestingly, Portman isn't really a blockbuster movie actor. She appeared in "Thor," and "Thor: The Dark World," which made $1 billion combined, but she usually sticks to more "serious" roles like 2016's "Jackie." For that film, she won an Oscar nomination for Best Actress.
Given her filmography, it's pretty safe to say that if Portman is in a movie, chances are it's going to be good.