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List of Emma Thompson Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 (2011)
52
14
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2
PG-13
52
14

In this 8th and final movie in the Harry Potter film series, Harry, Ron, and Hermione continue their search for the other Horcruxes - Lord Voldemort's secret to immortality – in an attempt to destroy him for forever. Much is at stake as the epic battle rages out at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.

Directed By:
David Yates
2. In the Name of the Father (1993)
19
4
In the Name of the Father
R
19
4

This biographical film depicts the story of Gerry Conlon who, along with his father and relatives, was wrongly convicted of orchestrating the 1974 Guildford pub bombings. After meeting the real perpetrator of the crime, he learns that the police suppressed information to cover their blunder and begins a campaign with solicitor Gareth Peirce to clear his family's name.

Role:
Gareth Peirce
Starring:
Daniel Day-Lewis, Corin Redgrave, Paul O'Grady, Alison Crosbie, Philip King, Nye Heron
Directed By:
Jim Sheridan
4. Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (2004)
40
11
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
PG
40
11

Beginning his third year of study at Hogwarts, Harry Potter learns that Sirius Black, dangerous murderer and supporter of the dark wizard Lord Voldemort, has escaped from Azkaban Prison. Presuming that he would target Harry, foul soulless creatures called dementors guard the gates of the school as new teacher Professor Lupin teaches him how to defend against dementors.

Directed By:
5. Cambridge Footlights Revue (1982)
10
2
Cambridge Footlights Revue
10
2
Starring:
Stephen Fry, Hugh Laurie, Tony Slattery, Paul Shearer
Directed By:
John Kilby
6. The Remains of the Day (1993)
15
3
The Remains of the Day
PG
15
3

In pre-WWII Britain, James Stevens is a rigidly duty-bound head butler at Lord Darlington’s mansion. Hired as a housekeeper, efficient Miss Kenton tries to challenge his façade, but their developing feelings get buried under wall of Stevens’ strict decorum. As the self-sacrificing butler realizes his master’s pro-Nazi inclinations his unequivocal loyalty is shaken, which he admits to Kenton when they re-unite years later.

Role:
Miss Kenton
Directed By:
James Ivory
7. Sense and Sensibility (1995)
18
5
Sense and Sensibility
PG
18
5

Based on Jane Austen’s epic novel of the same name, Sense and Sensibility narrates the story of Mrs. Dashwood and her three daughters. After the demise of Mr. Dashwood, she has to leave the house to her stepson and begin a new life with her daughters in a small cottage. All ends well when her two daughters, Elinor, who symbolizes sense, and Maranne, who represents sensibility, find true love. 

Role:
Elinor Dashwood
Starring:
Alan Rickman, Kate Winslet, Hugh Laurie, Hugh Grant, James Fleet, Tom Wilkinson, Harriet Walter
Directed By:
Awards:
Academy Award for Best Writing, Screenplay Based on Material Previously Produced or Published, Golden Globe Award for Best Screenplay - Motion Picture, BAFTA Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role
8. Love Actually (2003)
34
9
Love Actually
R
34
9

Enjoy exploring the various aspects of love through the eyes of different individuals as this Christmas-themed rom-com takes you through ten separate but inter-linked love stories. A modern-day Christmas staple, this film is a must-watch during the festive season!

Directed By:
Richard Curtis
10. Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (2007)
35
12
Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
PG-13
35
12

Based on J.K. Rowling’s fifth book of the Harry Potter series, the movie Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix depicts the boy wizard’s journey in his fifth year at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. It also marks the debut of the much-hated Dolores Umbridge and the resurrection of Voldemort. 

Directed By:
David Yates
11. Saving Mr. Banks (2013)
18
5
Saving Mr. Banks
PG-13
18
5

After promising his daughters to make a movie on their favorite book, Mary Poppins by P. L. Travers, Walt Disney unsuccessfully attempts to obtain its movie rights for two decades. However, an overprotective Travers is determined not to let him bastardize her widely-loved creation, until she runs into financial problems and risks losing her house.

Role:
P.L. Travers
Starring:
Tom Hanks, Colin Farrell, Paul Giamatti, Jason Schwartzman, Annie Rose Buckley
Directed By:
John Lee Hancock
12. Henry V (1989)
11
3
Henry V
PG-13
11
3

The historical drama based on Shakespeare’s play about the British monarch features young Henry who sets out in 1415 to conquer France. But Henry falters with self-doubt, and the sinking morale of his troops doesn’t help either. However, a resolute Henry emboldens his army with impassioned words and leads them into the battle of Agincourt, conquering France and winning Princess Katherine as his Queen. 

Starring:
Brian Blessed, Kenneth Branagh, Derek Jacobi, Ian Holm, Christian Bale, Paul Scofield, Judi Dench
Directed By:
13. The Song of Lunch (2010)
9
5
The Song of Lunch
9
5
Role:
She
Starring:
Alan Rickman, Andi Soric, Siubhan Harrison, Joseph Long
Directed By:
Niall MacCormick
14. Howards End (1992)
11
3
Howards End
PG
11
3

Based on a novel of the same name by EM Forster, this Oscar-winning romantic drama film tells the story of Helen Schlegel, belonging to an intellectual Anglo-German family, who gets engaged to Paul Wilcox, who belongs to a conservative and wealthy family.

Role:
Margaret Schlegel
Starring:
Vanessa Redgrave, Anthony Hopkins, Helena Bonham Carter, Joseph Bennett
Directed By:
James Ivory
Awards:
Academy Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role, Golden Globe Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture - Drama, BAFTA Award for Best Actress
15. Cruella (2021)
18
6
Cruella
PG-13
18
6

Cruella is an adventure crime comedy drama film which revolves around Estella, a young woman who is aspiring to be a fashion designer. However, in order to achieve fame and success in the world of fashion, she eventually embraces her wicked side.

Role:
The Baroness
Starring:
Emma Stone
16. An Education (2009)
14
5
An Education
PG-13
14
5

An Education is a drama that revolves around a teenage girl, Jenny Mellor, who falls in love with a much older man who promises to give her the life of her dreams. Starring Carey Mulligan and Peter Sarsgaard in the lead roles, this film showcases how a bright schoolgirl gives up an Oxford education as she is seduced by a charming conman.

Starring:
Alfred Molina, Olivia Williams, Rosamund Pike, Carey Mulligan, Cara Seymour
Directed By:
Lone Scherfig
17. The Boat That Rocked (2009)
13
4
The Boat That Rocked
R
13
4

With BBC Radio refusing to play rock and pop music in the UK in 1966, several pirate radio stations have started operating on international waters. One such station is run by Quentin and led by DJ ‘The Count’, who have to go up against bitter government minister Sir Alistair Dormandy. 

Starring:
Rhys Ifans, Tom Sturridge, Rhys Darby, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Talulah Riley, Kenneth Branagh, January Jones
Directed By:
Richard Curtis
18. Much Ado About Nothing (1993)
13
3
Much Ado About Nothing
PG-13
13
3

A nobleman, living with his daughter, niece and brother in Messina, an Italian town, is hosting a bunch of friends returning from war. The party play cupid to a couple in love for a long time. The British-American romantic comedy is based on a Shakespearean play of the same name.

Starring:
Keanu Reeves, Denzel Washington, Kate Beckinsale, Michael Keaton, Ben Elton, Brian Blessed, Kenneth Branagh
Directed By:
19. Good Luck to You, Leo Grande (2022)
10
4
Good Luck to You, Leo Grande
R
10
4
Role:
Nancy Stokes
20. Beauty and the Beast (2017)
21
8
Beauty and the Beast
PG
21
8

An arrogant and selfish prince is cursed to live as a fearful monster unless he learns to love and is loved in return before the petals of an enchanted rose fall off. Following an unfortunate event, a beautiful young woman ends up locked in his castle, but can love spark between the unlikely pair before time runs out?

Starring:
Ewan McGregor, Josh Gad, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Ian McKellen, Stanley Tucci, Kevin Kline, Emma Watson
Directed By:
Bill Condon
21. Peter's Friends (1992)
8
3
Peter's Friends
R
8
3

Six former college friends along with two new friends, reunite after 10 years at Peter's English country estate to reminisce about the good times now long gone.

Role:
Maggie Chester
Starring:
Stephen Fry, Hugh Laurie, Kenneth Branagh, Alphonsia Emmanuel
Directed By:
22. The Winter Guest (1997)
9
3
The Winter Guest
R
9
3
Role:
Frances
Starring:
Sean Biggerstaff, Alan Rickman, Phyllida Law, Sheila Reid, Sandra Voe
Directed By:
23. The Crystal Cube (1983)
7
3
The Crystal Cube
7
3
Role:
Jackie Meld / Various roles
Starring:
Hugh Laurie, Stephen Fry, Robbie Coltrane, Fanny Carby
Directed By:
John Kilby
24. Men in Black 3 (2012)
22
10
Men in Black 3
PG-13
22
10

Boris the Animal, the last of his species who was captured by Agent K, flees from the maximum-security prison on the Moon. He travel backs in time to kill a younger K which will enable his fellow Boglodites to conquer Earth. Agent J must now travel back in time and team up with the younger K to prevent Boris from destroying humanity.

Role:
Agent O
Starring:
Tommy Lee Jones, Tim Burton, Josh Brolin, Jada Pinkett Smith, Will Arnett, Jemaine Clement, Michael Stuhlbarg
Directed By:
Barry Sonnenfeld
25. Dead Again (1991)
8
3
Dead Again
R
8
3

In 1949, a composer named Roman Strauss receives the death penalty for the murder of his  wife. In the 1990s, a detective finds out about a mute woman, who has also lost her memory, living in an orphanage. He also feels that she is somehow linked to the Strauss murder.

Starring:
Wayne Knight, Miriam Margolyes, Robin Williams, Kenneth Branagh, Derek Jacobi, Andy Garcia, Campbell Scott
Directed By:
26. Carrington (1995)
9
3
Carrington
R
9
3

Based on real events, Carrington is a romantic drama film which tells the story of a painter named Dora Carrington, who begins an intimate relationship with Lytton Strachey, although the latter is a homosexual. Despite Lytton’s sexuality, they begin a lifelong friendship with romantic undertones. Dora later falls for an army man named Ralph, and plans to marry him, but despite this, she continues living with Lytton.

Role:
Dora Carrington
Starring:
Jonathan Pryce, Alex Kingston, Samuel West, Rufus Sewell, Steven Waddington
Directed By:
Christopher Hampton
27. Impromptu (1991)
7
3
Impromptu
PG-13
7
3
Starring:
Mandy Patinkin, Bernadette Peters, Hugh Grant, Judy Davis, Julian Sands
Directed By:
James Lapine
28. Primary Colors (1998)
8
4
Primary Colors
R
8
4

This critically acclaimed film was based on former US President Bill Clinton’s first presidential campaign in 1992. The film tells the story of Henry Burton who joins the presidential campaign of Jack Stanton, Governor of Arkansas, who is running for President.

Role:
Susan Stanton
Starring:
John Travolta, Bianca Lawson, Rob Reiner, Kathy Bates, Diane Ladd, Bill Maher, James Earl Jones
Directed By:
29. Burnt (2015)
11
5
Burnt
R
11
5

A renowned chef with two Michelin stars destroys his career with his addictions. After a self-imposed exile, he returns to London, determined to make a comeback and win three Michelin stars.  After few rejections, he gets his second chance and partners with an old associate. But all is not well as yet. He must now overcome the demon within himself if he wants to succeed and win his love.  

Starring:
Bradley Cooper, Sienna Rose Miller, Alicia Vikander, Uma Thurman, Lily James, Daniel Brühl, Omar Sy
Directed By:
John Wells
30. Nanny McPhee (2005)
11
5
Nanny McPhee
PG
11
5

Widower Cedric Brown is struggling to control his seven unruly children ever since the death of his wife. The only person they listen to is the scullery-maid Evangeline. When everything seems lost and the family’s financial security is threatened by their benefactor Lady Adelaide Stitch, a magical Nanny McPhee turns up to save the day. 

Role:
Nanny McPhee
Starring:
Angela Lansbury, Thomas Brodie-Sangster, Colin Firth, Derek Jacobi, Kelly Macdonald, Eliza Bennett
Directed By:
Kirk Jones
31. Last Chance Harvey (2008)
10
3
Last Chance Harvey
PG-13
10
3

Harvey goes to London in order to attend his daughter’s wedding, but he loses his job after missing his flight back to New York. While drowning his sorrows at a pub, he meets a government worker who is dealing with problems of her own. Soon they find themselves attracted to each other.

Role:
Kate Walker
Starring:
James Brolin, Dustin Hoffman, Eileen Atkins, Kathy Baker, Liane Balaban
Directed By:
Joel Hopkins
32. Brideshead Revisited (2008)
8
3
Brideshead Revisited
PG-13
8
3

Brideshead Revisited is a romantic drama film which revolves around Charles Ryder, who studies history at the University of Oxford, where he befriends Lord Sebastian Flyte, who is from a very wealthy family. When he is invited to Sebastian’s home, he develops a liking to his sister Julia. Over time, things get complicated as they fall in love. 

Starring:
Ben Whishaw, Felicity Jones, Matthew Goode, David Barrass, Thomas Morrison, Anna Madeley
Directed By:
Julian Jarrold
33. Bridget Jones's Baby (2016)
10
5
Bridget Jones's Baby
R
10
5

Bridget Jones, over forty years old and once again single, decides to embrace her single life and while attending a music festival has a one night stand with a dashing man called Jack.  Later she meets her ex husband, Mark and also spends a night with him. So, when she discovers that she is pregnant she cannot figure out who her child’s father is. 

Starring:
Renee Zellweger, Patrick Dempsey, Joanna Scanlan, Colin Firth, Renée Zellweger, Gemma Jones, Jim Broadbent
Directed By:
Sharon Maguire
34. Late Night (2019)
8
4
Late Night
R
8
4
Role:
Katherine Newbury
Starring:
Mindy Kaling, Hugh Dancy, John Lithgow, Bill Maher
Directed By:
Nisha Ganatra
35. Alone in Berlin (2016)
8
3
Alone in Berlin
R
8
3
Role:
Anna Quangel
Starring:
Mikael Persbrandt, Brendan Gleeson, Daniel Brühl, Katharina Schüttler
Directed By:
Vincent Perez
36. Last Christmas (2019)
10
5
Last Christmas
PG-13
10
5
Role:
Petra
Starring:
Emilia Clarke, Boris Isakovic, Lucy Miller , Madison Ingoldsby
Directed By:
Paul Feig
37. A Walk in the Woods (2015)
7
4
A Walk in the Woods
R
7
4

After spending two decades in England, Bill Bryson, an author, returns to his country of origin, the US. He decides to go on a hike with Stephen Katz, one of his oldest friends, in order to reconnect with his homeland.

Role:
Catherine Bryson
Starring:
Robert Redford, Nick Nolte, Nick Offerman, Mary Steenburgen
Directed By:
Ken Kwapis
38. Johnny English Strikes Again (2018)
10
5
Johnny English Strikes Again
PG
10
5

A hacker breaks into the government database and exposes all active British undercover agents. Johnny English, an older agent, who is now inactive, is called to catch the culprit.

Role:
Prime Minister
Starring:
Rowan Atkinson, Olga Kurylenko, Ben Miller, Michael Gambon
Directed By:
David Kerr
39. The Legend of Barney Thomson (2015)
7
3
The Legend of Barney Thomson
7
3
Role:
Cemolina
Starring:
Ray Winstone, Ashley Jensen, Robert Carlyle, James Cosmo
Directed By:
Robert Carlyle
40. The Tall Guy (1989)
6
3
The Tall Guy
R
6
3
Role:
Kate
Starring:
Jeff Goldblum, Mel Smith, Rowan Atkinson, Geraldine James, Emil Wolk
Directed By:
41. King Lear (2018)
6
3
King Lear
TV-14
6
3
Role:
Goneril
Starring:
Emily Watson, Anthony Hopkins, Christopher Eccleston, Jim Broadbent
Directed By:
Richard Eyre
42. Beautiful Creatures (2013)
9
5
Beautiful Creatures
TV-14
9
5

Ethan Wate is eager to leave his small town in South Carolina. But when a mysterious new girl, Lena Duchannes joins his high school, Ethan falls in love with her. As they grow close, he discovers that she is a witch who possesses supernatural powers. Apparently, a curse would decide her fate on her 16th birthday. Do they have any future together?

Starring:
Emmy Rossum, Alden Ehrenreich, Zoey Deutch, Viola Davis, Jeremy Irons, Alice Englert
Directed By:
Richard LaGravenese
43. Nanny McPhee and the Big Bang (2010)
7
4
Nanny McPhee and the Big Bang
PG
7
4

In this period fantasy, Isabel Green is having difficult time managing the family farm and children, while her husband is away at WWII. With two additional guest children, Isabel needs help, which she receives in the form of enigmatic Nanny McPhee. Initially the children ignore the mystical nanny, but McPhee uses her magic to inculcate five valuable lessons in the children.

Starring:
Asa Butterfield, Maggie Smith, Ewan McGregor, Rhys Ifans, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Ralph Fiennes, Oscar Steer
Directed By:
Susanna White
44. Judas Kiss (1998)
6
3
Judas Kiss
R
6
3
Role:
FBI Agent Sadie Hawkins
Starring:
Carla Gugino, Hal Holbrook, Simon Baker, Til Schweiger, Alan Rickman, Gil Bellows
Directed By:
Sebastian Gutierrez
45. Imagining Argentina (2003)
7
3
Imagining Argentina
R
7
3
Role:
Cecilia Rueda
Starring:
Antonio Banderas, Irene Escolar, Fernando Tielve, Hector Bordoni
Directed By:
Christopher Hampton
46. Effie Gray (2014)
7
3
Effie Gray
PG-13
7
3
Starring:
Dakota Fanning, Claudia Cardinale, Derek Jacobi, Tom Sturridge, Polly Dartford, Greg Wise, Tom Herriott
Directed By:
Richard Laxton
47. How to Build a Girl (2020)
6
3
How to Build a Girl
R
6
3
Role:
Amanda Watson
Starring:
Lucy Punch, Michael Sheen, Sue Perkins
48. The Love Punch (2013)
6
4
The Love Punch
PG-13
6
4

After their retirement money is stolen from them, a divorced couple comes up with a plan. They take the help of their neighbors, to fight the injustice that they suffered from a corrupt businessman.

Role:
Kate
Starring:
Pierce Brosnan, Celia Imrie, Timothy Spall, Louise Bourgoin
Directed By:
Joel Hopkins
49. Men in Black: International (2019)
11
7
Men in Black: International
PG-13
11
7

In this spin-off of the Men in Black Series, rookie Agent M joins decorated Agent H in London. Together they fight the intergalactic alien twins adept at taking any form, and chase them around the globe in a quest to save the world. But the incorruptible agency that always protected the earth from invasions, suspects threatening presence of a mole amidst them.

Role:
Agent O
Starring:
Chris Hemsworth, Ariana Grande, Rebecca Ferguson, Kumail Nanjiani, Channing Tatum, Liam Neeson
Directed By:
F. Gary Gray
50. Maybe Baby (2000)
5
3
Maybe Baby
R
5
3

Sam and Lucy are a married couple who seem to have everything that they want in their lives, with both of them having successful careers and an enthusiastic love life. However, they lack one thing that they need the most, which is a baby. They try several things such as new age chanting, acupuncture, creative lovemaking, but over some time, all this hectic schedule does is create an improvement in their cardiovascular systems. Eventually, their love for each other is put to the test.

Starring:
Joanna Lumley, Dawn French, Hugh Laurie, Rowan Atkinson, Adrian Lester
Directed By:
51. Junior (1994)
7
7
Junior
PG-13
7
7

Two research scientists, Alex Hesse and Larry Arbogast, are developing a new drug to reduce chances of miscarriage in expectant women. However, when their research funds are withdrawn and they are not allowed to carry human experimentation, Larry convinces Hesse who agrees to get an embryo implant. It is to be tested only for three months, but what if the pregnancy continues? 

Role:
Dr. Diana Reddin
Starring:
Christopher Meloni, Danny DeVito, Frank Langella, Aida Turturro, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Pamela Reed
Directed By:
52. Hospital! (1997)
9
2
Hospital!
9
2
Starring:
Nicholas Parsons, Alexei Sayle, Hywel Bennett, Celia Imrie, Greg Wise, Bob Peck
Directed By:
John Henderson
53. Emma Thompson: Up for Grabs (1985)
8
3
Emma Thompson: Up for Grabs
8
3
Starring:
Phyllida Law, Stephen Moore, Mark Kingston, Daniel Massey
Directed By:
John Kaye Cooper
54. Look Back in Anger (1989)
7
4
Look Back in Anger
7
4
Role:
Alison Porter
Starring:
Kenneth Branagh, Edward Jewesbury, Siobhan Redmond, Gerard Horan
Directed By:
55. The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected) (2017)
10
4
The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected)
10
4
Role:
Maureen
Starring:
Rebecca Miller, Sigourney Weaver, Ben Stiller, Adam Driver, Dustin Hoffman, Adam Sandler, Grace Van Patten
Directed By:
56. Love Song (2015)
7
3
Love Song
7
3
Starring:
Bill Bailey
Directed By:
Bill Bailey, Joe Magee
57. The Children Act (2017)
8
4
The Children Act
8
4
Role:
Fiona Maye
Starring:
Stanley Tucci, Ben Chaplin, Nikki Amuka-Bird, Fionn Whitehead
Directed By:
Richard Eyre
58. The Blue Boy (1994)
6
4
The Blue Boy
6
4
Role:
Marie Bonnar
Starring:
Eleanor Bron, Adrian Dunbar, Joanna Roth, David Horovitch
Directed By:
Paul Murton

Narrator/Dubbing

Sainsbury's: Mog's Christmas Calamity (2015)
9
3
Sainsbury's: Mog's Christmas Calamity
9
3
Role:
Narrator (voice) (uncredited)
Directed By:
James Rouse
Men, Women & Children (2014)
12
6
Men, Women & Children
R
12
6

Men, Women & Children is a comedy-drama film which revolves around the lives of few high school teenagers and their parents. Since the internet has changed their relationships, as well as the way they communicate, they try to deal with these issues.

Role:
Narrator (voice)
Starring:
Timothée Chalamet, Judy Greer, Ansel Elgort, Jennifer Garner, Adam Sandler, Rosemarie DeWitt
Directed By:
Jason Reitman
Dolittle (2020)
14
10
Dolittle
PG
14
10

Dolittle is a unique physician who can speak with animals. When the queen is suffering from a life threatening disease, he is asked to find a cure for her. Therefore he embarks on a journey with his animal friends searching for a healing tree.

Role:
Poly (voice)
Starring:
Robert Downey Jr., Selena Gomez, John Cena, Rami Malek, Marion Cotillard, Kumail Nanjiani, Antonio Banderas
Directed By:
Stephen Gaghan

Animation Movies

Brave (2012)
16
7
Brave
TV-PG
16
7

Courageous but impulsive, Princess Merida of Scotland defies an age-old tradition and, with the help of an eccentric witch, attempts to change her controlling mother. However, the plan goes terribly wrong, endangering her mother's life and leaving the kingdom in chaos. Now, the brave princess, equipped with excellent archery skills, must lift the curse before it is too late.

Role:
Elinor (voice)
Starring:
Craig Ferguson, Billy Connolly, John Ratzenberger, Kelly Macdonald, Julie Walters
Directed By:
Mark Andrews, Brenda Chapman, Steve Purcell
Treasure Planet (2002)
9
4
Treasure Planet
PG
9
4

The story focuses on Jim Hawkins, a young man residing in planet Montressor and his journey to the Treasure Planet, from where he hopes to bring back the hidden treasure in order to rebuild his family inn. Based on Robert Louis Stevenson's 1883 novel, Treasure Island, the film is set in outer space and was nominated for Best Animated Feature at the 75th Academy Awards.

Role:
Captain Amelia (voice)
Starring:
Laurie Metcalf, Martin Short, Corey Burton, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Tony Jay, Roscoe Lee Browne, Dane A. Davis
Directed By:
Ron Clements, John Musker
Missing Link (2019)
6
3
Missing Link
PG
6
3
Role:
The Elder (voice)
Starring:
Zoe Saldana, Matt Lucas, David Walliams, Hugh Jackman, Stephen Fry
Directed By:
Chris Butler

Special Appearance/Cameo

I Am Legend (2007)
17
6
I Am Legend
PG-13
17
6

A deadly virus has wiped out most of the humanity and turned the rest into nocturnal mutants. Robert Neville, a virologist, is perhaps the sole survivor. He desperately seeks to create a cure and looks out for other survivors even as the infected wait for him to make a mistake.

Role:
Dr. Alice Krippin (uncredited)
Starring:
Will Smith, Willow Smith, Salli Richardson-Whitfield, Alice Braga, Charlie Tahan
Directed By:
Francis Lawrence
My Father the Hero (1994)
5
4
My Father the Hero
PG
5
4

My Father the Hero is a romantic comedy film which tells the story of a mischievous teen girl, who is holidaying in the Bahamas with her divorced father. When she finds herself attracted to another tourist, she tries to impress him by saying that her father is actually her older lover. However, her plan backfires and results in several misunderstandings.

Role:
Isabel (uncredited)
Starring:
Katherine Heigl, Lauren Hutton, Gérard Depardieu, Dalton James
Directed By:
Steve Miner

TV Shows

Live from Lincoln Center
10
2
Live from Lincoln Center
10
2
Starring:
Fred Willard, Dave Matthews, Nathan Lane, Gabriel Byrne, Vanessa Lynn Williams, Fran Drescher, Christopher Lloyd
Directed By:
Robert Scheerer, Habib Azar, Matthew Diamond, Kirk Browning, Lonny Price
Years and Years
30
6
Years and Years
TV-MA
30
6
Role:
Vivienne Rook
Starring:
Russell Tovey, Anne Reid, Jessica Hynes, Rory Kinnear
Directed By:
Simon Cellan Jones, Lisa Mulcahy
The Young Ones
19
4
The Young Ones
19
4
Starring:
Terry Jones, Dawn French, Lenny Henry, Hugh Laurie, Stephen Fry, Mel Smith, Ben Elton
Directed By:
Paul Jackson, Geoff Posner
Angels in America
27
6
Angels in America
TV-MA
27
6
Starring:
Mary-Louise Parker, Al Pacino, James Cromwell, Meryl Streep, Jeffrey Wright
Directed By:
Sense and Sensibility: Deleted Scenes (2002)
11
2
Sense and Sensibility: Deleted Scenes
11
2
Role:
Elinor Dashwood (uncredited)
Starring:
Hugh Grant, Gemma Jones
Directed By:
Tutti Frutti
9
2
Tutti Frutti
9
2
Role:
Suzi Kettles
Starring:
Robbie Coltrane, Jake D'Arcy, Maurice Roëves, Stuart McGugan
Directed By:
Tony Smith
Awards:
BAFTA Award for Best Actress
Sainsbury's: Mog's Christmas Calamity (2015)
9
3
Sainsbury's: Mog's Christmas Calamity
9
3
Role:
Narrator (voice) (uncredited)
Directed By:
James Rouse
Cheers
42
11
Cheers
TV-PG
42
11
Starring:
Woody Harrelson, Alan Autry, Harry Connick Jr., John Cleese, Tom Berenger, Jennifer Tilly, Tom Skerritt
Directed By:
Fortunes of War
9
2
Fortunes of War
9
2
Role:
Harriet Pringle
Starring:
Alan Bennett, Kenneth Branagh, Ronald Pickup, Charles Kay, Mark Drewry
Directed By:
James Cellan Jones
Awards:
BAFTA Award for Best Actress
The Comic Strip Presents...
10
2
The Comic Strip Presents...
10
2
Starring:
Miranda Richardson, Peter Edward Cook, Chris Langham, Peter Capaldi, Harry Enfield, Benjamin Zephaniah, Nicholas Parsons
Directed By:
Theatre Night
8
2
Theatre Night
8
2
Starring:
Patrick Stewart, Tim Roth, Ian Richardson, Ian McKellen, Helena Bonham Carter, Alan Rickman, Kenneth Branagh
Directed By:
Michael Darlow, Michael Simpson, Barry Davis, Nicholas Kent, Kenneth Ives
High Road
7
2
High Road
7
2
Starring:
Mark Mitchinson
Directed By:
Justin Harwood
Assaulted Nuts
7
3
Assaulted Nuts
7
3
Starring:
Wayne Knight, Tim Brooke-Taylor
Directed By:
Ray Cameron
Playhouse Presents
6
3
Playhouse Presents
6
3
Starring:
David Tennant, John Hurt, Idris Elba, Peter Serafinowicz, Matthew Perry, Aisling Bea, Douglas Henshall
Alfresco
7
3
Alfresco
7
3
Starring:
Hugh Laurie, Stephen Fry, Ben Elton, Robbie Coltrane
Directed By:
Stuart Orme
There's Nothing to Worry About!
7
3
There's Nothing to Worry About!
7
3
Starring:
Hugh Laurie, Stephen Fry, Ben Elton, Siobhan Redmond
Directed By:
Stuart Orme
Ellen
8
5
Ellen
TV-PG
8
5
Starring:
Demi Moore, Bea Arthur, Chaz Bono, Ellen DeGeneres, Sean Penn, Christine Taylor, Laura Dern
Directed By:
Gil Junger, Robby Benson, Tom Cherones, Gail Mancuso, Rob Schiller
Awards:
Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series
Thompson
4
3
Thompson
4
3
Role:
Various roles
Starring:
Kenneth Branagh, Imelda Staunton, Phyllida Law, Stephen Moore
Directed By:
John Stroud

Emma Thompson Awards

Academy Awards
Sense and Sensibility Best Writing, Screenplay Based on Material Previously Produced or Published 1996
Howards End Best Actress in a Leading Role 1993
Golden Globe Awards
Sense and Sensibility Best Screenplay - Motion Picture 1996
Howards End Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture - Drama 1993
Primetime Emmy Awards
Ellen Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series 1998
BAFTA Awards
Sense and Sensibility Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role 1996
Howards End Best Actress 1993
Tutti Frutti Best Actress 1988
Fortunes of War Best Actress 1988