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List of Amanda Seyfried Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. Letters to Juliet (2010)
93
10
Letters to Juliet
PG
93
10

Sophie Hall goes to Verona and discovers the innumerable letters left on Juliet’s courtyard. She answers one of them by Claire Smith after joining the ‘secretaries of Juliet’. When Claire shows up to Verona looking for her long-lost love Lorenzo, along with her disapproving grandson Charlie, sparks fly between Charlie and Sophie. 

Role:
Sophie
Starring:
Vanessa Redgrave, Franco Nero, Marcia DeBonis, Gael García Bernal, Giordano Formenti, Paolo Arvedi
Directed By:
Gary Winick
2. Mamma Mia! (2008)
87
11
Mamma Mia!
PG-13
87
11

In an attempt to find her father to give her away in the forthcoming wedding, Sophie Sheridan secretly invites three men whom her mother Donna had dated years ago. Donna, a former lead singer of a band and now owner of a resort-hotel on a Greek island, is stressed to find the three men there. What ensues is a big mix-up. 

Role:
Sophie
Starring:
Colin Firth, Pierce Brosnan, Meryl Streep, Christine Baranski, Stellan Skarsgård, Nancy Baldwin
Directed By:
Phyllida Lloyd
3. Gone (2012)
40
7
Gone
PG-13
40
7

 A year earlier, she was kidnapped by a serial killer and held captive under terrifying condition. However, she managed to escape and although the police refused to believe her story, she starts leading a normal life. Then one day, she finds her sister missing and becomes convinced that she too has been kidnapped by the same person. 

Role:
Jill
Starring:
Sebastian Stan, Jennifer Carpenter, Daniel Sunjata, Wes Bentley
Directed By:
Heitor Dhalia
4. Mean Girls (2004)
64
13
Mean Girls
PG-13
64
13

After spending 12 years in Africa with her parents, a homeschooled teenager returns to the United States. On joining a public school, she struggles to make friends and soon learns about the social rules that need to be followed to fit in with her peers. Mean Girls is a teen comedy with a cult following.

 

Directed By:
Mark Waters
Awards:
MTV Movie & TV Award for Best On-Screen Team
5. Dear John (2010)
56
13
Dear John
PG-13
56
13

Based on a Nicholas Sparks novel, the movie follows Staff Sergeant John Tyree who falls in love with Savannah Curtis while on a leave. As John leaves, they make a plan to continue their relationship through letters. But time and distance put their relationship to test and lead to unexpected life-altering consequences. 

Role:
Savannah Curtis
Starring:
Channing Tatum, Richard Jenkins, Henry Thomas, D.J. Cotrona
Directed By:
Lasse Hallström
6. Les Misérables (2012)
52
13
Les Misérables
PG-13
52
13

Based on Victor Hugo’s novel and a classic Broadway stage show, Les Misérables, narrates the story of Jean Valjean who after serving nineteen years in jail, breaks the parole to restart his life. He takes upon himself to bring up a factory worker’s daughter. However, a police inspector, Javert is after him.

Role:
Cosette
Directed By:
Tom Hooper
7. In Time (2011)
60
16
In Time
PG-13
60
16

Time is the currency in the futuristic setting of In Time; people stop aging at 25, with only a year left to live, unless they can afford more time. Wrongfully accused of murder for having more time than he should, factory worker Will Salas goes on the run with a hostage, who proves to be key to challenging the system.

Starring:
Cillian Murphy, Matt Bomer, Alex Pettyfer, Johnny Galecki, Olivia Wilde, Justin Timberlake, Shyloh Oostwald
Directed By:
Andrew Niccol
8. Chloe (2009)
35
9
Chloe
R
35
9

Dr. Catherine Stewart hires call girl Chloe Sweeney to seduce her husband David after she suspects he has been unfaithful. When Chloe starts discussing her moments with David in intimate details, Catherine gets seduced. She starts having an affair with Chloe while Chloe also seduces Catherine’s son Michael. Everything is revealed in a final confrontation.  

Role:
Chloe
Starring:
Directed By:
Atom Egoyan
9. The Art of Racing in the Rain (2019)
10
3
The Art of Racing in the Rain
PG
10
3

This romantic comedy drama sports film tells the story of Enzo, a golden retriever who comes to know that the methods which are used by his owner in the race track, can also be used in successfully navigating through the journey of life.    

Role:
Eve
Starring:
Milo Ventimiglia, Kevin Costner, Gary Cole, Kathy Baker, Milo Ventimiglia
Directed By:
Simon Curtis
10. Fathers & Daughters (2015)
30
10
Fathers & Daughters
R
30
10

Jack Davis is an award-winning novelist who lives with his wife and daughter. However, one night, they meet an unfortunate accident, in which his wife passes away. Jake receives severe injuries which causes brain damage, and he undergoes treatment for seven months. His daughter is eventually adopted by her aunt and uncle. Years later, when his daughter Katie grows up, she develops problems of her own in forming relationships.

Role:
Katie Davis
Directed By:
Gabriele Muccino
11. Alpha Dog (2006)
12
6
Alpha Dog
R
12
6

Johnny Truelove, a young drug dealer is living the high life, thanks to his supplier dad Sonny. However, when Jake Mazursky, a dangerous junkie fails to pay, Johnny and his right-hand man Frankie, kidnap Jake’s brother, Zack. Tragic consequences await as they find themselves out of their depth. 

Starring:
Ben Foster, Emile Davenport Hirsch, Alex Kingston, Bruce Willis, Alan Thicke, Harry Dean Stanton, Amber Heard
Directed By:
Nick Cassavetes
12. Jennifer's Body (2009)
32
16
Jennifer's Body
R
32
16

A high-school cheerleader Jennifer Check and her shy friend, Needy, get caught in a fire and Jennifer is kidnapped by a rock-band. Needy realizes the change in Jennifer after her return, and is shocked by the mounting deaths of their male classmates. Can Needy stop her possessed friend, who has turned into a succubus, and save their classmates, especially her boyfriend Chip?

Role:
Needy
Starring:
Megan Fox, Amy Sedaris, Chris Pratt, Adam Brody, Johnny Simmons, Sal Cortez
Directed By:
Karyn Kusama
Awards:
MTV Movie & TV Award for Best Scared-As-S**t Performance
13. Mank (2020)
10
5
Mank
R
10
5

Set in the Hollywood of 1930s, the film depicts 24-year-old Orson Welles, who receives a contract giving him creative control of his movies. He appoints sarcastic wit and alcoholic screenwriter Herman J. Mankiewicz as co-writer for his first film ‘Citizen Kane.’ The film ‘Mank’ throws light on the behind the scenes actions involved in writing ‘Citizen Kane,’ and how it was completed. 

Role:
Marion Davies
Starring:
Gary Oldman, Bill Nye, Lily Collins
14. Lovelace (2013)
20
11
Lovelace
R
20
11

Linda Lovelace achieves international stardom as a pornographic actress and a spokeswoman for sexual freedom. However, six years later, she presents a darker side to her story. 

Role:
Linda
Starring:
Adam Brody, James Franco, Hank Azaria, Eric Roberts, Bobby Cannavale, Sharon Stone, Peter Sarsgaard
Directed By:
Rob Epstein, Jeffrey Friedman
15. Nine Lives (2005)
7
3
Nine Lives
R
7
3

Nine Lives is a drama film which revolves around nine different women, as they struggle and try to deal with various problems in their lives, such as parent-child relationships, illness, death, etc.  

Starring:
Dakota Fanning, Amy Brenneman, Holly Hunter, Aidan Quinn, Ian McShane, Glenn Close, Robin Wright
Directed By:
Rodrigo García
16. Red Riding Hood (2011)
20
11
Red Riding Hood
PG-13
20
11

Valerie and Peter are in love but when her parents fix her marriage with better-off Henry, the two decide to run away. However, in an unexpected turn of events, Valerie’s sister is killed by werewolves that lurk in the surrounding forest area. Things complicate for Valerie when the werewolf hunter, Father Solomon, reveals that anyone of the villagers could be a wolf.

Role:
Valerie
Starring:
Julie Christie, Gary Oldman, Billy Burke, Shiloh Fernandez, Max Irons
Directed By:
Catherine Hardwicke
17. A Million Ways to Die in the West (2014)
22
14
A Million Ways to Die in the West
R
22
14

Boasting of an ensemble cast including Seth MacFarlane, Liam Neeson, Charlize Theron, Amanda Seyfried, and Neil Patrick Harris, this Western romantic comedy, is a story about how Albert Stark, a jilted sheep farmer, finds courage to fight after being encouraged by the pistol-wielding, beautiful Anna.  

Role:
Louise
Starring:
Ryan Reynolds, Charlize Theron, Sarah Silverman, Neil Patrick Harris, Alex Borstein, Ewan McGregor, Christopher Lloyd
Directed By:
18. While We're Young (2014)
8
5
While We're Young
R
8
5

Documentary filmmaker Josh Srebnick and wife Cornelia are apparently happily married middle-aged couple; but everything is not so rosy on professional and personal fronts. Then they meet a generation younger charming couple, Jamie and Darby, who bring freshness in older couple’s life. They enjoy being around the youngsters and try doing things they do. Will this friendship rejuvenate Josh and Cornelia’s lives?

Starring:
Charles Grodin, Ben Stiller, Naomi Watts, Adam Driver, Maria Dizzia, Adam Horovitz, Matthew Maher
Directed By:
19. Ted 2 (2015)
25
15
Ted 2
R
25
15

Ted and Tami-Lynn marry and a year later decide to adopt a child. However, Ted is a talking teddy bear and not a real person, so he is denied permission. Even his marriage and job is cancelled. Ted and his best friend, John, now employ a novice lawyer Samantha to fight for his civil rights in court. However, there are obstacles in way.

Role:
Samantha
Starring:
Mark Wahlberg, Seth MacFarlane, Morgan Freeman, Jimmy Fallon, Avan Jogia, Patrick Warburton, Giovanni Ribisi
Directed By:
20. Pan (2015)
10
6
Pan
PG
10
6

After a 12-year old orphan named Pan, is captured and taken to a magical city named Neverland as a slave, he starts making new friends and also discovers his true destiny. 

Starring:
Rooney Mara, Garrett Hedlund, Cara Delevingne, Hugh Jackman, Levi Miller
Directed By:
21. Anon (2018)
8
6
Anon
TV-MA
8
6

Anon is a science fiction dystopian film which takes us to a futuristic world, where there is no crime, since people’s thoughts are recordable. A detective meets a young woman, whose records and data are absent, and this worries him a lot, and he starts considering her a threat to their security.

Role:
The Girl
Starring:
Iddo Goldberg, Clive Owen, Colm Feore, James Tam
Directed By:
Andrew Niccol
22. Gringo (2018)
7
4
Gringo
R
7
4
Starring:
David Oyelowo, Joel Edgerton, Alan Ruck, Sharlto Copley, Thandie Newton, Charlize Theron
Directed By:
Nash Edgerton
23. American Gun (2005)
5
4
American Gun
R
5
4
Starring:
Tony Goldwyn, Donald Sutherland, Forest Whitaker, Marcia Gay Harden, Lisa Long
Directed By:
Aric Avelino
24. The End of Love (2012)
5
4
The End of Love
5
4
Role:
Amanda
Starring:
Michael Cera, Jason Ritter, Issac Love, Mark Webber, Shannyn Sossamon
Directed By:
Mark Webber
25. Love the Coopers (2015)
6
4
Love the Coopers
PG-13
6
4

Love the Coopers is a comedy film which revolves around the Cooper family, who along with their extended relatives, are about to have the best Christmas Eve celebration. However, due to unexpected events and visitors, their celebration becomes a total mess.

Starring:
Marisa Tomei, Timothée Chalamet, John Goodman, Ed Helms, Diane Keaton, Alan Arkin, Anthony Mackie
Directed By:
Jessie Nelson
26. The Big Wedding (2013)
6
5
The Big Wedding
R
6
5

The Big Wedding is a romantic comedy drama film, which tells the story of a long-divorced couple who must now pretend to be married as their family unites for a wedding.  

Role:
Missy
Starring:
Katherine Heigl, Susan Sarandon, Topher Grace, Robert De Niro, Robin Williams, Diane Keaton
Directed By:
Justin Zackham
27. You Should Have Left (2020)
7
4
You Should Have Left
R
7
4

To resolve the problems in their marriage, a former banker, along with his actress wife, decide to take a vacation to Wales, along with their young daughter. However, nothing is as it seems in their rented house, and they soon learn that it may have a dark past.

Role:
Susanna
Starring:
Kevin Bacon
28. Things Heard & Seen (2021)
7
4
Things Heard & Seen
16
7
4
Role:
Catherine Claire
29. Solstice (2008)
5
4
Solstice
PG-13
5
4

Six months after her twin sister Sofie committed suicide, Megan finds herself still grieving her death and missing her. Along with her friends, she travels to her family house in Nowell Lake, where she befriends a guy named Nick who runs a local store. She also reads an article that talks about communication with the dead during the summer solstice, the time of the year with the greatest length of daylight. She soon finds her house haunted by a spirit, and feels that Sofie might be trying to communicate with her. She comes across some clues that reveal disturbing facts about Sofie’s suicide.

Role:
Zoe
Starring:
Hilarie Burton, R. Lee Ermey, Elisabeth Harnois, Shawn Ashmore
Directed By:
Daniel Myrick
30. Boogie Woogie (2009)
4
5
Boogie Woogie
R
4
5
Starring:
Gemma Atkinson, Joanna Lumley, Alan Cumming, Jack Huston, Christopher Lee, Danny Huston, Gillian Anderson
Directed By:
Duncan Ward
31. The Last Word (2017)
8
8
The Last Word
R
8
8

The Last Word is a comedy drama film which tells the story of a retired businesswoman named Harriet, who has the tendency to try to control everything around her. She decides to write her own obituary in advance, so that her life is shown the way that she wants. Meanwhile, a journalist named Anne decides to investigate, hoping to learn more about Harriet’s life.  

Role:
Anne
Starring:
Shirley MacLaine, Alanna Ubach, Anne Heche, AnnJewel Lee Dixon, Thomas Sadoski, Philip Baker Hall
Directed By:
Mark Pellington
32. Gypsies, Tramps & Thieves (2006)
8
3
Gypsies, Tramps & Thieves
8
3
Role:
Chrissy
Starring:
Annie Quinn, Sarah Howard, Brad Light, Lynn Odell
Directed By:
Andrea Janakas
33. First Reformed (2017)
10
4
First Reformed
10
4
Role:
Mary
Starring:
Ethan Hawke, Cedric the Entertainer, Michael Gaston, Philip Ettinger
Directed By:
Paul Schrader
34. Dog Food (2014)
7
3
Dog Food
7
3
Role:
Eva
Starring:
Cory Michael Smith, David Joseph Craig, Axel B. Crano
Directed By:
Brian Crano
35. The Clapper (2017)
7
5
The Clapper
7
5
Role:
Judy
Starring:
Leah Remini, Tracy Morgan, Ed Helms, Alan Thicke, Brenda Vaccaro, James Ransone
Directed By:
Dito Montiel
36. Official Selection (2008)
4
4
Official Selection
4
4
Starring:
Rebecca Hall, Stephen Campbell Moore, Freddie Stevenson, Josh Cooke
Directed By:
Brian Crano

Animation Movies

American Dad!
14
5
American Dad!
TV-14
14
5
Starring:
Charlie Day, Laura Linney, Elijah Wood, Judy Greer, John Krasinski, Stanley Tucci, Jemaine Clement
Directed By:
Epic (2013)
11
6
Epic
PG
11
6

Seventeen years old Mary Katherine moves in with her estranged father, eccentric scientist Professor Bomba, who believes there are tiny humanoids called Leafmen, protecting the forests. When the skeptical Mary is actually transported to the world of the Leafmen, she embarks on a great adventure to save them from the evil Mandrake and the Boggans. 

Role:
Mary Katherine (M.K.) (voice)
Starring:
Josh Hutcherson, Colin Farrell, Christoph Waltz, Thomas F. Wilson, Aziz Ansari, Jason Sudeikis, Rosa Salazar
Directed By:
Chris Wedge
Scoob! (2020)
5
4
Scoob!
PG
5
4

Shaggy and Scooby learn that a villain named Dick Dastardly is planning to capture Scooby Doo. Therefore, the gang sets out to solve their biggest and most challenging mystery that also connects with a plan to unleash the legendary ghost dog named Cerberus upon the world.  

Role:
Daphne Blake (voice)
Starring:
Will Forte, Gina Rodriguez, Billy West, Ken Jeong, Zac Efron, Frank Welker, Mark Wahlberg
Directed By:
Tony Cervone

TV Shows

House M.D.
41
6
House M.D.
TV-14
41
6
Starring:
Leighton Meester, Andre Braugher, LL Cool J, Sasha Pieterse, Jesse Spencer, Wood Harris, Billy Connolly
Directed By:
Twin Peaks
13
2
Twin Peaks
TV-MA
13
2
Starring:
Peggy Lipton, Jim Belushi, Monica Bellucci, Francesca Eastwood, Laura Dern, David Duchovny, David Lynch
Directed By:
Veronica Mars
13
3
Veronica Mars
TV-14
13
3
Starring:
Jane Lynch, Anthony Anderson, Krysten Ritter, Ed Begley Jr., Joss Whedon, Jessica Chastain, Paul Rudd
Directed By:
John T. Kretchmer, Nick Marck, Michael Fields, Harry Winer, Jason Bloom
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
15
3
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
TV-14
15
3
Starring:
Margot Kidder, Frank Langella, Gilbert Gottfried, Carol Burnett, Bailee Madison, Hal Linden, Jennifer Love Hewitt
Directed By:
Justice
8
2
Justice
8
2
Starring:
Victor Garber, Isabelle Fuhrman, Jane Seymour, Krysten Ritter, Kerr Smith
Directed By:
David McNally, Paul McCrane
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation
12
4
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation
TV-14
12
4
Starring:
Jonathan Banks, Charlie Sheen, DJ Qualls, Stephen Amell, Veronica Cartwright, Crystal Reed, Josh Holloway
Directed By:
Big Love
8
3
Big Love
TV-MA
8
3
Starring:
Bruce Dern, Ginnifer Goodwin, Bonnie Bedelia, Bella Thorne, Sissy Spacek, Adam Beach, Matt Lanter
Directed By:
Daniel Attias, David Petrarca, Adam Davidson, David Knoller, Michael Lehmann
Wildfire
7
2
Wildfire
TV-PG
7
2
Starring:
Genevieve Padalecki, Nicole Tubiola, Nana Visitor, Greg Serano
Directed By:
Bradford May, Frank Perl, Shawn Piller, Holly Dale, Rob Thompson
All My Children
5
3
All My Children
TV-PG
5
3
Starring:
Sarah Hyland, Anne Meara, Michael B. Jordan, Season Hubley, Mischa Anne Marsden Barton, Amelia Heinle, Christian Slater
Directed By:
Casey Childs, Steven Williford, Michael V. Pomarico, Conal O'Brien, Angela Tessinari
Mamma Mia: Deleted Scenes (2008)
7
3
Mamma Mia: Deleted Scenes
7
3
Starring:
Colin Firth, Pierce Brosnan, Meryl Streep, Nancy Baldwin, Christine Baranski, Dominic Cooper
As the World Turns
4
3
As the World Turns
TV-14
4
3
Starring:
Martin Sheen, David McCallum, Abe Vigoda, Debra Jo Rupp, Emmy Rossum, Thomas Gibson, Whitney Houston
Directed By:
Ted Corday, Jennifer Pepperman, Michael Eilbaum, Habib Azar, Christopher Goutman

Special Appearance/Cameo

A Bag of Hammers (2011)
10
5
A Bag of Hammers
10
5
Role:
Amanda (uncredited)
Starring:
Jason Ritter, Jake Sandvig, Chandler Canterbury, Rebecca Hall
Directed By:
Brian Crano

Amanda Seyfried Awards

MTV Movie & TV Awards
Jennifer's Body Best Scared-As-S**t Performance 2010
Mean Girls Best On-Screen Team 2005