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List of Felicity Jones Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. Rogue One (2016)
48
13
Rogue One
PG-13
48
13

Jyn Erso, an outcast whose scientist father Galen was forced by the Galactic Empire to complete the moon-sized battle-station Death Star, is rescued by the rebels after they learn that Galen secretly built a vulnerability into the super-weapon. She must accompany rebel intelligence officer Cassian Andor in rescuing Galen and retrieving the blueprint of the Death Star.

Role:
Jyn Erso
Directed By:
Gareth Edwards
2. The Theory of Everything (2014)
36
11
The Theory of Everything
PG-13
36
11

A romantic drama that details the relationship of famous physicist Stephen Hawking and his wife Jane Hawking during and after his ALS diagnosis, The Theory Of Everything is based on a memoir written by Jane Hawking.

Role:
Jane Hawking
Starring:
Eddie Redmayne, Emily Watson, Tom Prior, Sophie Perry, Finlay Wright-Stephens
Directed By:
James Marsh
3. A Monster Calls (2016)
14
5
A Monster Calls
PG-13
14
5

With his single mother terminally ill, thirteen year old Conor is in great stress. He not only has to manage the household during his mother’s hospital trips, but also deal with tormenting classmates at school. Although he has a grandmother, he finds her rather cold. Friendless and alone, he finally finds an alley in a tree-monster, who comes calling on him. 

Role:
Mum
Starring:
Liam Neeson, Sigourney Weaver, Geraldine Chaplin, Toby Kebbell, Lewis MacDougall
Directed By:
J.A. Bayona
4. Northanger Abbey (2007)
8
3
Northanger Abbey
PG
8
3
Role:
Catherine Morland
Starring:
Carey Mulligan, Geraldine James, Julia Dearden, Gerry O'Brien
Directed By:
Jon Jones
5. On the Basis of Sex (2018)
10
4
On the Basis of Sex
PG-13
10
4
Role:
Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Starring:
Sam Waterston, Kathy Bates, Stephen Root, Justin Theroux
Directed By:
Mimi Leder
6. Page Eight (2011)
7
3
Page Eight
7
3
Starring:
Rachel Weisz, Ralph Fiennes, Bill Nighy, Tom Hughes, Michael Gambon
Directed By:
David Hare
7. Cemetery Junction (2010)
8
4
Cemetery Junction
R
8
4

In a Reading suburb, three young friends of different dispositions are trying to carve an identity for themselves. Bruce’ strained relationship with his father results in outbursts, getting him into trouble. Freddie, working as an insurance salesman, rekindles his childhood friendship with Julie, his boss’s daughter. Snork, a socially awkward slacker, wishes for a girlfriend. They face circumstances that bring changes in their lives.

Starring:
Ricky Gervais, Stephen Merchant, Ralph Fiennes, Emily Watson, Matthew Goode, Christian Cooke, Tom Hughes
8. Flashbacks of a Fool (2008)
7
3
Flashbacks of a Fool
R
7
3

Flashbacks of a Fool is a drama film which tells the story of an actor Joe, whose career starts taking a downward spiral, as he starts overindulging in drugs, alcohol and one-night stands. In addition, he is shaken when his mother informs him that his childhood best friend has died unexpectedly. He soon starts to reflect upon his life.

Starring:
Daniel Craig, Olivia Williams, Emile Robert, Scoutt Lowe, Julie Ordon, Gina Athans
Directed By:
Baillie Walsh
9. Hysteria (2011)
8
4
Hysteria
R
8
4

This biographical romantic comedy drama film tells the story of Dr Mortimer Granville, the man behind the invention of the vibrator.

Role:
Emily Dalrymple
Starring:
Directed By:
Tanya Wexler
10. The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (2014)
32
16
The Amazing Spider-Man 2
PG-13
32
16

Peter Parker is busy fighting petty criminals and despite his feelings for Gwen Stacy, decides to end their relationship to keep his promise to her late father. His friend Harry inherits his father's company Oscorp, as well as a genetic disease that eventually turns him into the Green Goblin, while the mysterious Electro emerges to threaten the city.

Directed By:
Marc Webb
11. Like Crazy (2011)
9
5
Like Crazy
PG-13
9
5

While attending college in Los Angeles, a British exchange student falls in love with her American counterpart, who reciprocates her emotions with equal intensity. After graduation, she decides to spend time with him, not realizing that her student visa has expired upon her graduation and that her overstaying may invite punitive action. 

Role:
Anna
Starring:
Jennifer Lawrence, Alex Kingston, Anton Yelchin, Charlie Bewley
Directed By:
Drake Doremus
12. The Last Letter from Your Lover (2021)
7
4
The Last Letter from Your Lover
13
7
4

The Last Letter from your Lover is a romantic drama film which revolves around Ellie, a journalist who discovers several love letters from 1965. She decides to set out to find the people who had written them.

Role:
Ellie Haworth
Starring:
Shailene Woodley
13. Brideshead Revisited (2008)
7
3
Brideshead Revisited
PG-13
7
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, Emma Thompson, Matthew Goode, David Barrass, Thomas Morrison, Anna Madeley
Directed By:
Julian Jarrold
14. The Aeronauts (2019)
8
4
The Aeronauts
PG-13
8
4
Starring:
Eddie Redmayne, Tom Courtenay, Himesh Patel, Phoebe Fox
Directed By:
Tom Harper
15. Salting the Battlefield (2014)
6
3
Salting the Battlefield
TV-PG
6
3
Role:
Julianne Worricker
Starring:
Helena Bonham Carter, Olivia Williams, Ralph Fiennes, Bill Nighy, Shazad Latif
Directed By:
David Hare
16. True Story (2015)
9
5
True Story
R
9
5

A disgraced journalist working for the New York Times is accused of lying in a cover article. However, he eventually learns that an accused killer has taken on his identity, and is right now serving time in jail, and he is a victim of identity theft. 

Role:
Jill Barker
Starring:
James Franco, Jonah Hill, Maria Dizzia, Ethan Suplee
Directed By:
Rupert Goold
17. Breathe In (2013)
6
4
Breathe In
R
6
4

Breathe In is a romantic drama film which tells the story of a musician Keith Reynolds, who develops a unique bond with a young foreign exchange student named Sophie.

Role:
Sophie
Starring:
Matthew Daddario, Guy Pearce, Kyle MacLachlan, Mackenzie Davis, Amy Ryan
Directed By:
Drake Doremus
18. Albatross (2011)
6
3
Albatross
6
3

Albatross is a drama film which tells the story of Emelia, an aspiring novelist, who starts working at a seaside hotel owned by Jonathan, who is also a struggling writer. She befriends his daughter, and over time, she finds herself attracted to Jonathan and begins a relationship with him. However, their affair soon threatens to bring terrible consequences.

Role:
Beth
Starring:
Sebastian Koch, Thomas Brodie-Sangster, Jessica Brown Findlay, Harry Treadaway, Josef Altin, Julia Ormond
Directed By:
Niall MacCormick
19. Inferno (2016)
14
9
Inferno
PG-13
14
9

Robert Langdon wakes up with amnesia in an Italian hospital and is helped by attending doctor Sienna Brooks to escape following an assassination attempt. They soon learn about eccentric billionaire Bertrand Zobrist's deadly plot to reduce global population by releasing a superweapon and must race against time to piece together clues based on Dante's Inferno.

Role:
Sienna Brooks
Starring:
Tom Hanks, Irrfan Khan, Ben Foster, Omar Sy, Sidse Babett Knudsen
Directed By:
20. Chalet Girl (2011)
7
4
Chalet Girl
R
7
4

Chalet Girl is a romantic comedy sports film which tells the story of Kim, a former skateboard champion, who loses her mother in an accident and also has to look after her ailing father. In order to make more money, she joins a well-paying catering service company. She soon makes a new friend who persuades her to take part in a snowboarding competition.

Role:
Kim
Starring:
Ed Westwick, Sophia Bush, Brooke Shields, Miquita Oliver, Rick Edwards, Bill Bailey
Directed By:
Phil Traill
21. Chéri (2009)
6
4
Chéri
R
6
4

Retired courtesan Charlotte asks Lea, a former colleague, to educate her son, Cheri, in the ways of love. However, this results in a passionate affair between the two. Charlotte wants them to end their relationship as she wants Cheri to marry a younger woman. Lea flies to southern France, but as fate would have it, the two lovers cross path one more time.

Starring:
Rupert Friend, Michelle Pfeiffer, Anita Pallenberg, Stephen Frears, Kathy Bates, Frances Tomelty, Tom Burke
Directed By:
22. The Invisible Woman (2013)
6
4
The Invisible Woman
R
6
4

During the height of his career, Charles Dickens, the famous British literary figure, gets attracted to a young actress named Nelly. Bored with his life, he begins an affair with her, with the cooperation of her mother. He provides her with a life that only a few women of her time could enjoy. However, Nelly is unsatisfied due to his determination to keep their relationship a secret.

Role:
Nelly (as Ms. Felicity Jones)
Starring:
Kristin Scott Thomas, Joanna Scanlan, Ralph Fiennes, John Kavanagh, Tom Burke, Tom Attwood
Directed By:
23. The Midnight Sky (2020)
8
6
The Midnight Sky
PG-13
8
6

The Midnight Sky is a science fiction thriller film which tells the story of a scientist living alone in the Arctic, after a worldwide catastrophe. He tries to contact a group of astronauts and stop them from returning home. 

Role:
Sully
Starring:
David Oyelowo, Kyle Chandler, George Clooney
24. Collide (2016)
5
4
Collide
PG-13
5
4

Casey Stein agrees to hijack a shipment of cocaine for his old boss, as he is in need of money to pay for his girlfriend’s transplant. He is unaware that the shipment belongs to the most powerful drug kingpin in Germany. When he finds out about the hijack, he sends his men after Stein.

Role:
Juliette Marne
Starring:
Nicholas Hoult, Ben Kingsley, Anthony Hopkins, Marwan Kenzari
Directed By:
Eran Creevy
25. Cheerful Weather for the Wedding (2012)
4
4
Cheerful Weather for the Wedding
PG
4
4
Role:
Dolly
Starring:
Elizabeth McGovern, Paola Dionisotti, Eva Traynor, Sophie Stanton
Directed By:
Donald Rice
26. The Tempest (2010)
4
4
The Tempest
PG-13
4
4

Based on the well-known play of the same name by William Shakespeare, The Tempest is a fantasy comedy drama film which revolves around Prospera, the duchess of Milan, who is denounced as a sorceress and usurped by Antonio, her own brother. She is cast off in a small boat to die along with her young daughter. However, she survives and eventually finds herself in a small island. Soon it seems that there might be other inhabitants on the island as well.

Role:
Miranda
Starring:
Alfred Molina, Alan Cumming, Helen Mirren, Tom Conti, Russell Brand, Ben Whishaw, Chris Cooper
Directed By:
Julie Taymor
27. Emily (2013)
7
3
Emily
7
3
Role:
Emily
Starring:
Christopher Eccleston, Vic Waghorn
Directed By:
Caroline Harvey
28. The Treasure Seekers (1996)
5
3
The Treasure Seekers
5
3
Role:
Alice Bastable
Starring:
Peter Capaldi, Keira Knightley, Ian Richardson, Patsy Byrne, Camilla Power, Kristopher Milnes
Directed By:
Juliet May
29. Haven't We Met Before? (2013)
5
3
Haven't We Met Before?
5
3
Role:
Woman
Starring:
Jack Davenport
Directed By:
Anjelica Huston
30. Hearing Things (2004)
5
3
Hearing Things
5
3
Starring:
Aisling Caffrey, Rachel Childs, Anna de Vreede, Fleur Easom
Directed By:
Claire Ingham
31. SoulBoy (2010)
5
3
SoulBoy
5
3
Starring:
Brian McCardie, Martin Compston, Jo Hartley, Alfie Allen
Directed By:
Shimmy Marcus

Animation Movies

Star Wars Forces of Destiny: Volume 1 (2017)
7
5
Star Wars Forces of Destiny: Volume 1
7
5
Role:
Jyn Erso (voice)
Starring:
Matt Lanter, John Boyega, Daisy Ridley, Dee Bradley Baker
Directed By:
Roque Ballesteros, Alan Lau, Brad Rau
Star Wars Forces of Destiny: Volume 2 (2017)
7
5
Star Wars Forces of Destiny: Volume 2
7
5
Role:
Jyn Erso (voice)
Starring:
Daisy Ridley, Matt Lanter, Anthony Daniels, Dee Bradley Baker
Directed By:
Brad Rau
Star Wars Forces of Destiny: Volume 3 (2018)
5
5
Star Wars Forces of Destiny: Volume 3
5
5
Starring:
John Boyega, Daisy Ridley, Matt Lanter, Mark Hamill
Directed By:
Brad Rau
Star Wars: Forces of Destiny
14
13
Star Wars: Forces of Destiny
14
13
Starring:
Daisy Ridley, John Boyega, Matt Lanter, Vanessa Marshall

TV Shows

Doctor Who
32
5
Doctor Who
TV-PG
32
5
Starring:
James Corden, Mark Gatiss, Josh Dallas, Bradley Walsh, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Timothy Dalton, David Tennant
Directed By:
Graeme Harper, Euros Lyn, Douglas Mackinnon, James Strong, Rachel Talalay
Masterpiece Theatre
9
1
Masterpiece Theatre
9
1
Starring:
Richard Attenborough, Derek Jacobi, Peter O'Toole, Robert Powell, Alistair Cooke
Directed By:
John Alexander
Girls
13
5
Girls
TV-MA
13
5
Starring:
Corey Stoll, Natasha Lyonne, Lisa Bonet, Marc Maron, Lucy Liu, Jason Ritter, Chelsea Peretti
Directed By:
Lena Dunham, Jesse Peretz, Richard Shepard, Jamie Babbit, Jody Lee Lipes
Weirdsister College
6
2
Weirdsister College
6
2
Role:
Ethel Hallow (13 episodes, 2001-2002)
Starring:
Georgina Sherrington, Sacha Dhawan, Abeille Gélinas, Kent Riley
The Worst Witch
6
2
The Worst Witch
6
2
Starring:
Jay Baruchel, Clare Coulter, Kate Duchêne, Carrie Finlay
Cape Wrath
6
3
Cape Wrath
6
3
Starring:
Tom Hardy, David Morrissey, Lucy Cohu, Ralph Brown, Tristan Gemmill
Directed By:
Duane Clark, Andrew Gunn, Paul Walker