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List of Aneurin Barnard Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. Dunkirk (2017)
87
24
Dunkirk
PG-13
87
24

Through the eyes of young British private Tommy, the film chronicles how over 330,000 allied soldiers, who were cut off and surrounded by the German Army at the harbor of Dunkirk, France, were safely evacuated by mostly civilian boats and few British and French Navy vessels following the disastrous Battle of France in World War II.

Role:
Gibson
Starring:
Tom Hardy, Cillian Murphy, Michael Caine, Kenneth Branagh, Fionn Whitehead, Damien Bonnard, Lee Armstrong
Directed By:
2. Legend (2015)
26
12
Legend
R
26
12

Based on the true story of twin British criminals Reggie and Ronnie Kray, the film traces their rise to power in the 1960s London. The two brothers resort to violence and intimidation to seize control of a local pub, and eventually most of the dark criminal underworld of London, with Detective Leonard 'Nipper' Read on their trail.

Starring:
Emily Browning, Taron Egerton, Chazz Palminteri, Paul Bettany, Tom Hardy, Paul Anderson, Christopher Eccleston
Directed By:
Brian Helgeland
3. The Scandalous Lady W (2015)
7
4
The Scandalous Lady W
7
4
Role:
Captain George Bisset
Starring:
Natalie Dormer, David Calder, Peter Sullivan, Richard McCabe, Shaun Evans
Directed By:
Sheree Folkson
5. The Goldfinch (2019)
8
5
The Goldfinch
R
8
5

The Goldfinch is a drama film which tells the story of Theo Decker, a young boy in New York, who loses his mother to a terrorist bombing. He is soon taken in by a wealthy family. However, unable to get over the grief, Theo decides to steal ‘The Goldfinch’, a painting from the museum. However, this soon draws him to the world of crime.

Directed By:
John Crowley
7. Radioactive (2020)
7
5
Radioactive
PG-13
7
5

Despite being sidelined because of her gender, physicist Marie Curie manages to discover radium as well as polonium. She also discovers radioactivity, which ends up bringing a revolutionary change in chemistry and physics.  Her contribution made her the only person to receive the Nobel Prize twice.

Starring:
8. Dead in a Week: Or Your Money Back (2018)
6
4
Dead in a Week: Or Your Money Back
TV-MA
6
4
Role:
William
Starring:
Christopher Eccleston, Tom Wilkinson, Nigel Lindsay, Gethin Anthony,
Directed By:
Tom Edmunds
9. Ironclad (2011)
10
6
Ironclad
R
10
6

This action drama film takes us to thirteenth-century England. It revolves around a small band of dedicated Knights Templar who try to defend Rochester Castle against the forces of King John, who is known for his tyranny. 

Starring:
Derek Jacobi, Paul Giamatti, Kate Mara, Brian Cox, James Purefoy
Directed By:
Jonathan English
10. The Truth About Emanuel (2013)
6
4
The Truth About Emanuel
6
4

The Truth About Emanuel is a drama thriller film which revolves around a teen girl Emanuel, living with her father and her stepmother. She is still filled with guilt over the death of her mother, who had died during childbirth. Things get interesting when a woman named Linda moves next door, and surprisingly, she looks exactly like Emanuel’s mother.

Role:
Claude
Starring:
Jessica Biel, Kaya Scodelario, Alfred Molina, Frances O'Connor, Sam Jaeger
Directed By:
11. Bitter Harvest (2017)
6
4
Bitter Harvest
R
6
4
Role:
Mykola
12. Trap for Cinderella (2013)
5
4
Trap for Cinderella
5
4
Role:
Jake
13. Citadel (2012)
5
4
Citadel
R
5
4
Role:
Tommy
14. The Adventurer: The Curse of the Midas Box (2013)
5
4
The Adventurer: The Curse of the Midas Box
PG
5
4

The life of a boy named Mariah Mundi is turned upside down after his younger brother is kidnapped, and his parents vanish mysteriously. He follows a trail of clues and finds himself at the dark and majestic Prince Regent Hotel.

Role:
Mariah Mundi
Starring:
Michael Sheen, Lena Headey, Sam Neill, Ioan Gruffudd
Directed By:
Jonathan Newman
15. The Facility (2012)
4
4
The Facility
TV-MA
4
4
Role:
Adam
16. Killing Jesus (2015)
3
4
Killing Jesus
3
4
Starring:
Emmanuelle Chriqui, Stephen Moyer, Kelsey Grammer, John Rhys-Davies, Vernon Dobtcheff, Eoin Macken, Rufus Sewell
Directed By:
Christopher Menaul
17. Under Milk Wood (2014)
9
3
Under Milk Wood
9
3
Starring:
Iwan Rheon, Jonathan Pryce, Charlotte Church, John Rhys-Davies, Michael Sheen, Ioan Gruffudd
Directed By:
Pip Broughton
18. We'll Take Manhattan (2012)
7
3
We'll Take Manhattan
7
3
Role:
David Bailey
Starring:
Karen Gillan, Frances Barber, Anna Chancellor, Sascha Bailey
Directed By:
John McKay
19. Owl Creek Bridge (2007)
7
3
Owl Creek Bridge
7
3
Role:
Sam
20. Queen of Hearts (2011)
6
3
Queen of Hearts
6
3
Role:
Bad Knight
21. Hunky Dory (2011)
7
4
Hunky Dory
7
4
Role:
Davey
Starring:
Minnie Driver, Kristian Gwilliam, Tom Rhys Harries, Adam Byard
Directed By:
Marc Evans
22. Interlude in Prague (2017)
6
4
Interlude in Prague
6
4
Role:
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Starring:
Adrian Edmondson, James Purefoy, Dervla Kirwan, Samantha Barks
Directed By:
John Stephenson
23. Mary Queen of Scots (2013)
4
4
Mary Queen of Scots
4
4
Role:
Darnley
24. Elfie Hopkins: Cannibal Hunter (2012)
3
4
Elfie Hopkins: Cannibal Hunter
R
3
4
Role:
Dylan Parker
25. Powder (2011)
3
4
Powder
3
4
Role:
Miguel

TV Shows

Y Pris
9
2
Y Pris
9
2
Agatha Christie's Marple
24
7
Agatha Christie's Marple
TV-14
24
7
Starring:
Kelly Brook, Talulah Riley, Peter Serafinowicz, Joanna Lumley, Nicholas Parsons, Timothy Dalton, Amanda Holden
Directed By:
Charlie Palmer, Andy Wilson, John Strickland, Tom Shankland, Nicolas Winding Refn
Casualty
9
6
Casualty
9
6
Starring:
Kate Winslet, Sue Perkins, Martin Freeman, Jenna Haze, Gemma Atkinson, Daisy Ridley, Colin Baker
Directed By:
Michael Owen Morris, Paul Murphy, Declan O'Dwyer, Alan Wareing, Julie Edwards
Jacob's Ladder
4
4
Jacob's Ladder
4
4
Role:
Young Jonathan (unknown episodes)
Doctors
4
5
Doctors
4
5
Starring:
Ed Westwick, Eddie Redmayne, Kym Marsh, Nicholas Hoult, Brian Blessed, Emilia Clarke, Scott Adkins
Directed By:

Narrator/Dubbing

Under Milk Wood (2014)
12
3
Under Milk Wood
12
3
Role:
Drowned (voice)
Starring:
Iwan Rheon, Jonathan Pryce, Charlotte Church, John Rhys-Davies, Michael Sheen, Ioan Gruffudd
Directed By:
Pip Broughton

Special Appearance/Cameo

Legend (2015)
10
5
Legend
R
10
5

Based on the true story of twin British criminals Reggie and Ronnie Kray, the film traces their rise to power in the 1960s London. The two brothers resort to violence and intimidation to seize control of a local pub, and eventually most of the dark criminal underworld of London, with Detective Leonard 'Nipper' Read on their trail.

Role:
David Bailey (uncredited)
Starring:
Emily Browning, Taron Egerton, Chazz Palminteri, Paul Bettany, Tom Hardy, Paul Anderson, Christopher Eccleston
Directed By:
Brian Helgeland