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List of Brenton Thwaites Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. Maleficent (2014)
44
13
Maleficent
PG
44
13

A powerful winged fairy living in a magical forest is betrayed by her true love in his ambition to be king. She becomes the witch of her dark kingdom, Maleficent, and puts a curse on the new king's infant daughter that only true love could break. However, she gradually grows attached to the princess and regrets her decision.

Starring:
Angelina Jolie, Elle Fanning, Sharlto Copley, Lesley Manville, Imelda Staunton
Directed By:
Robert Stromberg
2. Gods of Egypt (2016)
22
10
Gods of Egypt
PG-13
22
10

Jealous Set, the God of darkness and violence, kills his brother Osiris at the coronation of Osiris's son Horus, and seizing the throne of Egypt, declares that humans have to pay riches to pass into afterlife. A young thief named Bek attempts to retrieve the eyes of exiled god Horus in exchange for his girlfriend's life.

Role:
Bek
Starring:
Gerard Butler, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Élodie Yung, John Samaha, Courtney Eaton
Directed By:
Alex Proyas
3. Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales (2017)
26
11
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales
PG-13
26
11

Tormented by bad luck, Jack Sparrow accidentally releases his old nemesis, pirate-hunter Salazar, from the Devil's Triangle. As Salazar rallies his ghostly crew to hunt for Sparrow, he joins forces with an astronomer and young Henry Turner, who wants to search for the Trident of Poseidon to free his father Will from the curse of the Flying Dutchman.

Role:
Henry Turner
Directed By:
Joachim Rønning, Espen Sandberg
4. Oculus (2013)
15
8
Oculus
R
15
8

Preteens Kaylie and Tim Russell go through a harrowing experience when their parents go insane under the influence of an antique mirror and eventually die, for which Tim is blamed and sent to a psychiatric hospital. Kaylie spends her youth learning about the mirror, and after Tim's release, convinces him to prove his innocence and destroy the mirror.

Role:
Tim Russell
Starring:
Karen Gillan, James Lafferty, Katee Sackhoff, Rory Cochrane, Annalise Basso
Directed By:
Mike Flanagan
5. The Giver (2014)
16
7
The Giver
PG-13
16
7

Living in a colorless idyllic world devoid of feelings, 16-year-old Jonas learns that he will be the next Receiver of Memory, responsible for safeguarding past memories from the rest of the community. Training with his predecessor, now called the Giver, he experiences the colorful world of emotions and rebels against the ruling elders to release all past memories.

Role:
Jonas
Starring:
Jeff Bridges, Katie Holmes, Meryl Streep, Alexander Skarsgård
Directed By:
Phillip Noyce
6. Son of a Gun (2014)
9
4
Son of a Gun
R
9
4

When teenager JR, who is jailed for a minor offence, faces the cruel realities of prison life, notorious criminal Brendan Lynch offers protection, but asks JR to engineer a risky prison break for Lynch’s escape. Later, JR is included in Lynch gang’s plan for a hefty gold heist. However, uncertain of whom he can trust, JR soon drifts away to stand against Lynch. 

Role:
JR
Starring:
Ewan McGregor, Alicia Vikander, Brendan Kerkvliet, Matt Flannagan, Geoff Kelso
Directed By:
Julius Avery
7. The Signal (2014)
11
7
The Signal
PG-13
11
7

The 2014 sci-fi thriller tells the story of two friends who are drawn to an isolated area by a computer hacker, during their road trip. However, everything goes dark all of a sudden, and one of them Nic, regains consciousness, but finds himself in a waking nightmare. 

Role:
Nic
Starring:
Laurence Fishburne, Patrick Davidson, Olivia Cooke, Beau Knapp
Directed By:
William Eubank
8. Office Uprising (2018)
8
4
Office Uprising
8
4

Office Uprising is a horror comedy film which revolves around Desmond, a laid back worker working at a weapons factory, who finds out that a military energy drink is turning his co-workers into violent psychopaths, including his boss. He must now survive a building that is full of psychotic people, who are also armed with the latest weapons.

Role:
Desmond
Starring:
Zachary Levi, Gregg Henry, Alan Ritchson, Jane Levy
Directed By:
Lin Oeding
10. An Interview with God (2018)
6
4
An Interview with God
6
4
Role:
Paul Asher
Starring:
Yael Grobglas, David Strathairn, Hill Harper, Charlbi Dean Kriek
Directed By:
Perry Lang
11. Ghosts of War (2018)
6
4
Ghosts of War
R
6
4

Ghosts of War is a supernatural horror film which tells the story of five American soldiers during the end of the Second World War, who are assigned to guard a chateau. Their job seems to be quite simple, but things quickly turn ugly when they learn that a supernatural force is residing in the place.   

Role:
Chris
Starring:
Billy Zane
12. Blue Lagoon: The Awakening (2012)
7
4
Blue Lagoon: The Awakening
TV-14
7
4
Role:
Dean McMullen
Starring:
Denise Richards, Hayley Kiyoko, Patrick St. Esprit, Frank John Hughes, Indiana Evans
Directed By:
Mikael Salomon
13. Ruben Guthrie (2015)
6
4
Ruben Guthrie
6
4
Starring:
Abbey Lee, Alex Dimitriades, Jeremy Sims, Patrick Brammall
Directed By:
Brendan Cowell
14. Save Your Legs! (2012)
6
4
Save Your Legs!
6
4
Role:
Mark
Starring:
David Lyons, Brendan Cowell, Stephen Curry, Darren Gilshenan
Directed By:
Boyd Hicklin
15. Charge Over You (2010)
5
4
Charge Over You
5
4
Role:
Sam
Starring:
Danya Cox, Dominic Deutscher, James E. Lee, Jacqui Hall
Directed By:
Regardt Steenekamp

TV Shows

Headsmen (2011)
9
2
Headsmen
9
2
Role:
Max Patterson
Starring:
Robin Darch, Kevin Darch, Peter Darch, Barry Davis
Directed By:
Sean Gobey
SLiDE
10
3
SLiDE
10
3
Role:
Luke Gallagher
Starring:
Emily Robins, Gracie Gilbert, Adele Perovic, Ben Schumann
Directed By:
Garth Maxwell, Shawn Seet, Tori Garrett
Sea Patrol
12
4
Sea Patrol
12
4
Starring:
Yvonne Strahovski, Sullivan Stapleton, Kristian Schmid, Kirsty Lee Allan, Lisa McCune
Directed By:
Chris Martin-Jones, Ian Barry, Steve Mann, Geoff Bennett
Home and Away
12
11
Home and Away
12
11
Starring:
Isabel Lucas, Naomi Watts, Simon Baker, Phoebe Tonkin, Jason Clarke, Chris Hemsworth, Martin Henderson
Directed By:
David Gould, Geoffrey Nottage, Scott Hartford-Davis, Danny Raco, Mark Piper