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List of AnnaSophia Robb Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. Bridge to Terabithia (2007)
36
6
Bridge to Terabithia
PG
36
6

Jesse Aarons, who is targeted at the school, finds a friend in the new girl, Leslie Burke. Together, they create a fantasy world of ‘Terabithia,’ an enchanted kingdom where they enjoy many adventures to escape their everyday troubles. When a sudden tragedy drowns Jesse in grief, the magic of Terabithia, and everything learnt from Leslie help him get over the pain. 

Role:
Leslie Burke
Starring:
Directed By:
Gabor Csupo
3. The Way Way Back (2013)
16
5
The Way Way Back
PG-13
16
5

A coming-of-age film, The Way Way Back centres around a teenage boy, Duncan, who is dreading a beach holiday in Cape Cod with his mother and her hostile boyfriend but finds companionship and courage in a waterpark employee and a girl next door. Starring a motley bunch of supporting characters, this film features drama and comedy with a dash of romance.

Role:
Susanna
Directed By:
Nat Faxon, Jim Rash
4. Soul Surfer (2011)
20
4
Soul Surfer
PG
20
4

This biographical drama film tells the story of a young surf champion, who loses an arm after getting attacked by a shark while surfing in the sea. However, with her faith in God and support from her family and friends, she battles her fears of returning to the water again. 

Role:
Bethany Hamilton
Starring:
Helen Hunt, Dennis Quaid, Craig T. Nelson, Kevin Sorbo, Craig T. Nelson
Directed By:
Sean McNamara
5. Jack of the Red Hearts (2015)
17
4
Jack of the Red Hearts
PG
17
4
Role:
Jack (Jacqueline Ferguson)
Starring:
Famke Janssen, Scott Cohen, Drena De Niro, Israel Broussard
Directed By:
Janet Grillo
6. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005)
24
7
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
PG
24
7

Eccentric candy maker Willy Wonka hides five golden tickets in random chocolate bars that will grant five children a special tour of his amazing chocolate factory. Amidst massive rush, a poor boy named Charlie manages to win the fifth ticket and is accompanied by his grandfather in this once-in-a-lifetime adventure that will change his life forever.

Starring:
Directed By:
7. Words on Bathroom Walls (2018)
13
4
Words on Bathroom Walls
PG-13
13
4
Role:
Rebecca
Starring:
9. Jumper (2008)
15
3
Jumper
PG-13
15
3

Discovering that he is a Jumper and can teleport to anywhere in the world, David Rice runs away from his abusive father, uses his powers to steal money and travels around the globe until he is captured by Jumper-killer Roland Cox. He makes a daring escape and teams up with another Jumper named Griffin to defeat Cox.

Directed By:
Doug Liman
10. Sleepwalking (2008)
12
3
Sleepwalking
R
12
3

Tara is a twelve year old girl who breaks out of her foster parents' home, with help from James, her uncle. However, she is in for a shock upon finding out that her mother has abandoned her.

Role:
Tara
Starring:
Dennis Hopper, Charlize Theron, Woody Harrelson, Nick Stahl, Deborra-Lee Furness
Directed By:
Bill Maher
11. Race to Witch Mountain (2009)
16
3
Race to Witch Mountain
PG
16
3

Jack, a taxi driver, comes across two alien siblings, who appear to be like human children, and also claim that they are on a mission to save Earth as well as themselves from a dangerous killer from outer space. 

Role:
Sara
Starring:
Dwayne Johnson, Garry Marshall, Alexander Ludwig, Carla Gugino, Kim Richards, Ciarán Hinds
Directed By:
Andy Fickman
12. The Reaping (2007)
13
3
The Reaping
R
13
3

After her family is killed in Sudan, Catholic missionary Katherine Winter loses her faith, and works to disprove religious phenomena. She is sent to small town of Haven, Louisiana, to investigate series of strange occurrences, seemingly representing biblical plagues. She is determined to find logical reasoning; but what confronts her defies scientific explanations. She must re-claim her faith to fight the evil forces.

Role:
Loren McConnell
Starring:
Hilary Swank, Idris Elba, Stephen Rea, David Morrissey
Directed By:
Stephen Hopkins
13. Down a Dark Hall (2018)
12
2
Down a Dark Hall
PG-13
12
2

Five girls who are emotionally fragile, get committed to a mysterious school named Blackwood. They soon learn that it is a special school for gifted children and they soon feel that they have found a place where they can finally flourish. However, it soon seems that the school may have other sinister purposes.  

Role:
Katherine 'Kit' Gordy
Starring:
Isabelle Fuhrman, Uma Thurman, Rosie Day, Noah Silver
Directed By:
Rodrigo Cortés
14. Spy School (2008)
14
2
Spy School
PG
14
2
Role:
Jackie Hoffman
Starring:
Rider Strong, Taylor Momsen, Lea Thompson, D.L. Hughley, Roger Bart
Directed By:
Mark Blutman
15. The Space Between (2010)
11
3
The Space Between
11
3
Role:
Sam
Starring:
Melissa Leo, Phillip Rhys, Brad William Henke, Anthony Keyvan
Directed By:
Travis Fine
16. Freak Show (2017)
12
2
Freak Show
12
2
Plot:

Freak Show is a comedy drama film which tells the story of Billy Bloom, a teen known for his outrageous fashion sense. When he is sent to an ultra conservative high school, Billy doesn’t seem to care about any of the bullies, and sets out to make a big statement in his own way.

Role:
Blah Blah Blah
Starring:
Willa Fitzgerald, Laverne Cox, Abigail Breslin, Bette Midler
Directed By:
Trudie Styler
17. Jekyll Island (2017)
9
2
Jekyll Island
R
9
2
Role:
Creason Clifton
Starring:
Ed Westwick, Minnie Driver, Frank Grillo, Dianna Agron, John Leguizamo, Maggie Q, Mary McCormack
Directed By:
Aram Rappaport

TV Movie(s)

1. Samantha: An American Girl Holiday (2004)
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3
Samantha: An American Girl Holiday
13
3
Role:
Samantha Parkington
Starring:
Mia Farrow, Kenner Ames, Stewart Arnott, Olivia Ballantyne
Directed By:
Nadia Tass

Animation(s)

Robot Chicken (2001)
Robot Chicken
TV-MA
Starring:
Bryan Cranston, Chris Diamantopoulos, Stanley Tucci, Melanie Griffith, Megan Boone, Jim Cummings, Alan Cumming
Directed By:
Chris McKay, Zeb Wells, Kevin Shinick, Tom Sheppard, Matthew Senreich
Danny Phantom (2004)
Danny Phantom
TV-Y7
Starring:
Will Arnett, David Carradine, Chynna Phillips, Taylor Lautner, Tara Strong, Eric Roberts, David Kaufman
Directed By:
Butch Hartman, Wincat Alcala, Juli Murphy, Kevin Petrilak, Gary Conrad
Khumba (2013)
Khumba
Plot:

When a drought occurs, Khumba, the half-striped zebra is blamed for it. Even his father, the leader of the herd, blames him, and Khumba finds himself becoming an outcast. Eventually, he decides to embark on a daring quest, not only to earn the rest of his stripes, but also to find a way to save all the animals.   

Starring:
Liam Neeson, Laurence Fishburne, Steve Buscemi, Jake T. Austin, Ben Vereen, Adrian Rhodes, Sam Riegel
Directed By:
Anthony Silverston

TV Shows and Videos

The Act (2019)
The Act
TV-MA
Role:
Lacey
Starring:
Patricia Arquette, Juliette Lewis, Chloë Sevigny, Calum Worthy
Directed By:
Adam Arkin, Laure de Clermont-Tonnerre, Steven Piet
Drake & Josh (2004)
Drake & Josh
TV-Y7
Starring:
Nathan Kress, Tom Kenny, Minka Kelly, Emma Roberts, Gary Coleman, Vanessa Hudgens, Erik Estrada
Directed By:
Steve Hoefer, Virgil L. Fabian, Adam Weissman, Roger Christiansen, William Bardelli
Mercy Street (2016)
Mercy Street
Starring:
Daniel Sharman, Gary Cole, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Norbert Leo Butz, Suzanne Bertish
Directed By:
Laura Innes, Stephen Cragg, Roxann Dawson, Alex Zakrzewski, Jeremy Webb
Sofia Coppola's The Little Mermaid (2014)
Sofia Coppola's The Little Mermaid
Role:
Ariel
Starring:
Evan Peters, Masami Kosaka, Emily Strachan, Juzo Yoshida
Directed By:
Jack Bishop, Justin Nijm
The Carrie Diaries (2013)
The Carrie Diaries
Role:
Carrie Bradshaw (26 episodes, 2013-2014)
Starring:
Austin Butler, Stefania LaVie Owen, Ellen Wong, Katie Findlay
Directed By:
Amy Heckerling, Daisy Mayer von Scherler, Norman Buckley, Janice Cooke, Andy Wolk
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005)
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
E
Starring:
David Kelly, Geoffrey Holder, Freddie Highmore, James Arnold Taylor
Leo Little's Big Show (2009)
Leo Little's Big Show
Role:
Herself (2 episodes, 2009)
Starring:
Alexander Ludwig, Emily Osment, Leo Howard, G. Hannelius