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List of Chynna Phillips Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. Say Anything... (1989)
13
2
Say Anything...
PG-13
13
2

An average, unambitious high-school senior, Lloyd Dobler, falls in love with pretty school valedictorian Diane Court, who has received a British college scholarship. Though she too loves Lloyd, her protective father doesn’t approve of the non-achieving boy and wants Diane to pursue her academic goals. She has a difficult decision to make; however, everything alters as some dark secrets come to light.

Directed By:
Cameron Crowe
2. Some Kind of Wonderful (1987)
14
2
Some Kind of Wonderful
PG-13
14
2

Keith Nelson tries to win a date with Amanda, a popular girl in his school, but this annoys Amanda’s ex-boyfriend who thinks of teaching him a lesson. Meanwhile, Keith’s best friend Watts, a tomboy, realizes that she has feelings for Keith.

Starring:
Candace Cameron Bure, Eric Stoltz, Lea Thompson, John Ashton
Directed By:
Howard Deutch
3. Bridesmaids (2011)
11
2
Bridesmaids
R
11
2

Annie’s life is in a mess – her bakery business has failed, her boyfriend has left her and she has to share her room with two not so likeable people. So when her best friend Lillian invites her to be the maid of honour at her wedding, she is happy. But then, she has a rival in the affluent and beautiful Helen who too considers Lillian as her BFF.          

Directed By:
Paul Feig
4. Caddyshack II (1988)
7
1
Caddyshack II
PG
7
1

Caddyshack II is a comedy film which tells the story of a real estate tycoon who is extremely annoyed after a snobbish country club denies him membership. He decides to take revenge by purchasing the club and turning it into an amusement park.

Starring:
Randy Quaid, Chevy Chase, Dina Merrill, Dan Aykroyd, Brian McNamara, Robert Stack, Dyan Cannon
Directed By:
Allan Arkush
5. The Invisible Kid (1988)
8
2
The Invisible Kid
PG
8
2
Role:
Cindy Moore
Starring:
Mike Genovese, Jay Underwood, Wallace Langham, Nicolas De Toth
Directed By:
Avery Crounse

TV Movie(s)

1. The Comeback (1989)
12
2
The Comeback
12
2
Role:
Jessica
Starring:
Robert Urich, Mitchell Anderson, Brynn Thayer, Harvey Martin
Directed By:
Jerrold Freedman
2. Goodbye, Miss 4th of July (1988)
11
2
Goodbye, Miss 4th of July
11
2
Role:
Alma
Starring:
Louis Gossett Jr., Chris Sarandon, Mitchell Anderson, Chantal Contouri
Directed By:
George Miller
4. Moving Target (1988)
10
2
Moving Target
10
2
Role:
Megan Lawrence
Starring:
Jason Bateman, Tom Skerritt, John Glover, Donna Mitchell, Jack Wagner
Directed By:
Chris Thomson
5. Traveling Man (1989)
10
2
Traveling Man
10
2
Starring:
John Lithgow, John Glover, Jonathan Silverman, John M. Jackson
Directed By:
Irvin Kershner
6. Livin It: Unusual Suspects (2005)
11
2
Livin It: Unusual Suspects
11
2
Role:
Herself
Starring:
Stephen Baldwin, Alec Baldwin, Luis Palau, Christian Hosoi
7. Roxanne: The Prize Pulitzer (1989)
8
1
Roxanne: The Prize Pulitzer
8
1
Starring:
Courteney Cox, Perry King, Betsy Russell, Sondra Blake
Directed By:
Richard A. Colla

Animation(s)

Danny Phantom (2004)
Danny Phantom
TV-Y7
Starring:
AnnaSophia Robb, Eric Roberts, Will Arnett, David Carradine, Tara Strong, Taylor Lautner, David Kaufman
Directed By:
Butch Hartman, Wincat Alcala, Juli Murphy, Kevin Petrilak, Gary Conrad

TV Shows and Videos

Wilson Phillips: The Videos (1990)
Wilson Phillips: The Videos
Role:
Herself
Starring:
Carnie Wilson, Wendy Wilson, Barry Donovan
Directed By:
Julien Temple
Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers: Into the Great Wide Open (1991)
Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers: Into the Great Wide Open
Starring:
Matt LeBlanc, Gabrielle Anwar, Faye Dunaway, Johnny Depp
Directed By:
Julien Temple
Wilson Phillips: Hold On (1990)
Wilson Phillips: Hold On
Role:
Herself
Starring:
Carnie Wilson, Wendy Wilson, Wilson Phillips
Directed By:
Julien Temple
Shadows and Light: From a Different View (1992)
Shadows and Light: From a Different View
Role:
Herself
Starring:
Michael Bay, Carnie Wilson, Wendy Wilson
Directed By:
Michael Bay