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List of Halle Berry Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. X-Men: Days of Future Past (2014)
42
11
X-Men: Days of Future Past
PG-13
42
11

In 2023, mutants are pushed to the brink of extinction by Sentinels, robotic killing machines programmed to identify and exterminate them, as well as humans helping them. In a desperate attempt, Professor X, Magneto, Storm, and Kitty Pryde send volunteer Wolverine five decades back to stop a younger Mystique from attempting to assassinate Bolivar Trask, who created the Sentinels.

Role:
Storm
Directed By:
Bryan Singer
2. X2 (2003)
33
10
X2
TV-G
33
10

After brainwashed mutant Nightcrawler attempts to assassinate the President in the White House, it triggers an all-out military offensive led by fanatic scientist Colonel William Stryker, who abducts Professor Xavier to use him to kill all mutants with the device Cerebro. The rest of the X-Men must work together with arch enemy Magneto to stop Stryker.

Role:
Ororo Munroe / Storm
Directed By:
Bryan Singer
3. Cloud Atlas (2012)
24
9
Cloud Atlas
R
24
9

The science-fiction drama intertwines six interconnected storylines spread over multiple eras of time. Cloud Atlas portrays the reincarnation of souls through time and explores the ripple effect caused by the consequences of actions and kindness through time and space. It remains one of the most expensive independent movies ever made. 

Role:
Native Woman / Jocasta Ayrs / Luisa Rey / Indian Party Guest / Ovid / Meronym
Directed By:
Tom Tykwer, Lana Wachowski, Lilly Wachowski
4. John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum (2019)
23
7
John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum
R
23
7

The third installment of the adrenaline raising crime-thriller, the film continues with the story of John Wick, a retired assassin on a near unstoppable path of revenge. But this time he is on the run with a $14 million price tag on his head. Excommunicated by the High Table for killing one of its members, tired and injured, he must somehow reach the Elder, the only man who can save him.     

Role:
Sofia
Directed By:
Chad Stahelski
5. X-Men (2000)
35
12
X-Men
PG-13
35
12

Humans have a growing fear of mutants, who are born with unique genetic mutations, and employ various discriminatory practices to keep their powers in check. Professor Xavier advocates peace between the two groups and runs a school for "gifted" mutant children. However, his old colleague Magneto, who detests humans, steals one of Xavier's protégés to destroy humans.

Directed By:
Bryan Singer
6. Monster's Ball (2001)
15
4
Monster's Ball
R
15
4

Hank Grotowski, and his son, Sonny, are prison guards. While overseeing the execution of murderer, Lawrence Musgrove, the gentle Sonny vomits and collapses. Later Sonny commits suicide because of Hank. Out of grief, Hank retires and coincidentally starts a relationship with Lawrence’s widow Leticia, who is also grieving the death of her son Tyrell. 

Starring:
Billy Bob Thornton, Heath Ledger, Taylor Simpson, Gabrielle Witcher, Amber Rules
Directed By:
Marc Forster
Awards:
Academy Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role
7. Things We Lost in the Fire (2007)
9
5
Things We Lost in the Fire
R
9
5

After her husband passes away, a widow invites his friend to live with her and the children. She helps him get rid of his heroin addiction, while he helps them cope with their loss.

Role:
Audrey Burke
Starring:
Benicio Del Toro, David Duchovny, Alexis Llewellyn, Micah Berry
Directed By:
Susanne Bier
8. Introducing Dorothy Dandridge (1999)
7
3
Introducing Dorothy Dandridge
R
7
3
Role:
Dorothy Dandridge
Starring:
Klaus Maria Brandauer, Loretta Devine, Brent Spiner, Obba Babatundé
Directed By:
Martha Coolidge
Awards:
Golden Globe Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for Television, Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Miniseries or a Movie
9. The Last Boy Scout (1991)
12
5
The Last Boy Scout
R
12
5

A former secret service agent, Joe Hallenbeck works as a private detective and is supposed to protect a female witness, Cory. She also happens to be the girlfriend of Jimmy Dix, a quarterback who got thrown out of the team for gambling. When Cory gets murdered, the two men join hands to uncover the real culprit and enter the world of corrupt politician and the devious football team owner.

Starring:
Bruce Willis, Damon Wayans, Kim Coates, James Gandolfini, Noble Willingham, Chelsea Field
Directed By:
10. Bulworth (1998)
10
4
Bulworth
R
10
4

Bulworth is a comedy drama film which tells the story of a suicidal and disillusioned politician who puts out a contract killing on himself, so that his family will be able to benefit from his insurance policy. He also decides to be honest with his voters, but soon after he falls in love with a young woman, he rethinks his decision.    

Directed By:
11. Kingsman: The Golden Circle (2017)
20
9
Kingsman: The Golden Circle
R
20
9

Poppy Adams, the world’s most powerful drug cartel leader destroys the Kingsman headquarters killing almost everybody. Eggsy survives along with Merlin and travels to America to team up with the American counterpart of Kingsman, Statesman. They also find Harry alive but Merlin sacrifices himself before they can stop Poppy and a corrupt US President. 

Role:
Ginger
Starring:
Taron Egerton, Colin Firth, Channing Tatum, Bruce Greenwood, Julianne Moore, Emily Watson, Jeff Bridges
Directed By:
Matthew Vaughn
12. The Call (2013)
14
5
The Call
R
14
5

When a 9-1-1 call ends tragically for the caller Leah and she is murdered, veteran LAPD operator, Jordan Turner, resigns from taking field calls. But she finds herself in the same situation when serial killer, Michael Foster, kidnaps a young girl Casey who only has a disposable phone with her. 

Role:
Jordan Turner
Starring:
Abigail Breslin, David Otunga, Morris Chestnut, Michael Eklund
Directed By:
Brad Anderson
13. X-Men: The Last Stand (2006)
26
13
X-Men: The Last Stand
TV-G
26
13

The third film of the X-Men series, the movie revolves around a 'cure', which can apparently turn any mutant into a regular human being. This leads to outrage, and eventually a war is seen to be imminent. 

Role:
Ororo Munroe / Storm
Starring:
Kelsey Grammer, Ben Foster, Eric Dane, Olivia Williams, Ellen Page, Hugh Jackman, James Marsden
Directed By:
Brett Ratner
14. Jungle Fever (1991)
8
4
Jungle Fever
R
8
4

Jungle Fever is a romantic drama film which tells the story of Flipper, an African American lawyer who begins an affair with his secretary. His wife throws him out of the house, when she comes to know about this. Soon he decides to begin courting his mistress, although other people don’t approve of this.

Starring:
Wesley Snipes, Queen Latifah, Spike Lee, Charlie Murphy, Anthony Quinn, Timothy Francis Robbins, Ossie Davis
Directed By:
15. Swordfish (2001)
14
7
Swordfish
R
14
7

Gabriel wants the huge amount of illegal government funds to finance the counter-terrorist unit called Black Cell. He hires a convicted hacker Stanley Jobson, who wants to be back with his daughter Holly, for the job. However, Stanley soon realises that Gabriel and Ginger, his associate, have a far bigger plan. Meanwhile a federal agent, Roberts, is suspicious about Gabriel.

Role:
Ginger
Starring:
John Travolta, Vinnie Jones, Drea de Matteo, Don Cheadle, Sam Shepard, Hugh Jackman, Drea de Matteo
Directed By:
Dominic Sena
16. Executive Decision (1996)
9
4
Executive Decision
R
9
4

A US-bound Boeing 747 is taken over by terrorist Nagi Hassan who demands the release of their apprehended leader. Intelligence analyst David Grant is brought in who has a suspicion about the terrorists’ intentions. A plan, using specialized mid-air crew transfer plane, is devised wherein Grant accompanies military anti-terrorist squad. They must rescue hostages and also, defuse a bomb containing nerve gas.

Role:
Jean
Starring:
Kurt Russell, Steven Seagal, Marla Maples, John Leguizamo, James Thomas Patrick Walsh, Len Cariou, Oliver Platt
Directed By:
Stuart Baird
17. Their Eyes Were Watching God (2005)
8
3
Their Eyes Were Watching God
8
3

Based on a 1937 novel of the same name, this romantic drama film tells the story of a woman who has to endure two difficult marriages, which leaves her life upside down. However, she eventually manages to find love with a much younger man.

Role:
Janie Starks
Starring:
Terrence Howard, Michael Ealy, Ruben Santiago-Hudson, Mel Winkler
Directed By:
Darnell Martin
18. The Program (1993)
8
4
The Program
R
8
4
Role:
Autumn Haley
Starring:
James Caan, Kristy Swanson, Omar Epps, Craig Sheffer
Directed By:
David S. Ward
19. Losing Isaiah (1995)
8
4
Losing Isaiah
R
8
4
Role:
Khaila Richards
Starring:
Cuba Gooding Jr., Samuel L. Jackson, Jessica Lange, David Strathairn
Directed By:
Stephen Gyllenhaal
20. Frankie & Alice (2010)
7
4
Frankie & Alice
R
7
4
Role:
Frankie
Starring:
Phylicia Rashad, Stellan Skarsgård, Chandra Wilson, Alex Diakun
Directed By:
Geoffrey Sax
21. Why Do Fools Fall in Love (1998)
7
4
Why Do Fools Fall in Love
R
7
4

After Frankie Lymon, a well-known singer passes away, three different women claim to be his widow, in order to claim the legal rights to his estate.  

Role:
Zola Taylor
Starring:
Vivica A. Fox, Ben Vereen, Paul Mazursky, Larenz Tate, Lela Rochon
Directed By:
Gregory Nava
22. Die Another Day (2002)
15
8
Die Another Day
PG-13
15
8

MI6 agent James Bond is captured and tortured in North Korea. After fourteen months, he is traded with a terrorist Zao, only to be informed that he is no more an agent. He is accused of giving out secret information during his incarceration which he denies. Bond must now find out who back stabbed him in Korea and why?

Role:
Jinx Johnson
Starring:
Pierce Brosnan, John Cleese, Rosamund Pike, Judi Dench, Toby Stephens
Directed By:
Lee Tamahori
23. Kidnap (2017)
8
4
Kidnap
R
8
4

Karla Dyson, a single mother who works as a waitress, takes her six-year-old son, Frankie, to a carnival. She leaves her son to take a phone call, and upon returning she finds that he is missing. After learning that her child has been abducted by child trafficking abductors, she starts to pursue them, in order to get her son back.  

Role:
Karla Dyson
Starring:
Jason George, Lew Temple, Chris McGinn, Sage Correa
Directed By:
Luis Prieto
24. Kevin Hart: What Now? (2016)
5
4
Kevin Hart: What Now?
R
5
4

Stand-up comedian Kevin Hart performs at a football stadium at the Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, in front of an audience of 50,000 people. He provides a humorous insight into parenting, people on the edge, as well as hardships that we encounter in our everyday lives.

Role:
Halle Berry
Starring:
Kevin Hart, Ed Helms, Daniel Bernhardt, Don Cheadle, David Meunier
Directed By:
Tim Story, Leslie Small
25. Gothika (2003)
9
6
Gothika
R
9
6

Brilliant criminal psychiatrist Dr. Miranda Grey, following a car accident, wakes up as a patient in the Woodward Penitentiary where she worked and is treated by her co-worker Dr. Pete Graham. While she has no memory of events after the accident, she learns that she is the prime suspect for the murder of her husband Douglas.

Role:
Miranda Grey
Starring:
Robert Downey Jr., Penelope Cruz, John Carroll Lynch, Bernard Hill, Penélope Cruz, Charles S. Dutton
Directed By:
Mathieu Kassovitz
26. Perfect Stranger (2007)
6
6
Perfect Stranger
R
6
6

Journalist Rowena Price uses her investigative skills to solve the murder of her friend.  Her search leads her to Harrison Hill, a businessman. She eventually has to play a cat-and-mouse game in her attempt to bring Hill to justice. 

Role:
Rowena Price
Starring:
Giovanni Ribisi, Gary Dourdan, Heidi Klum, Bruce Willis, Richard Portnow
Directed By:
James Foley
27. New Year's Eve (2011)
7
6
New Year's Eve
PG-13
7
6

The film depicts several intertwined stories involving varied incidents and emotions experienced by different individuals on the night of the New Year’s Eve and highlights different human elements such as love, hope, and forgiveness, second chance and promise. Second of the three romantic comedy films directed by Garry Marshall, it was a huge box office success.

Starring:
Jon Bon Jovi, Zac Efron, Katherine Heigl, Michelle Pfeiffer, Katherine McNamara, Jim Belushi, Sarah Jessica Parker
Directed By:
28. Boomerang (1992)
7
4
Boomerang
R
7
4

Successful advertising executive Marcus Graham is also an infamous womanizer and a male chauvinist. But soon after a company merger, he realizes that his new boss, Jacqueline, is more than a match for him in all these departments. When he starts receiving the same treatment that he habitually meted out to others, it affects his work, making him re-assess his life’s choices.

Role:
Angela
Starring:
Eddie Murphy, Martin Lawrence, Chris Rock, David Alan Grier, Robin Givens
Directed By:
Reginald Hudlin
29. Strictly Business (1991)
6
4
Strictly Business
PG-13
6
4
Starring:
Sam Rockwell, Denis Leary, Samuel L. Jackson, Tommy Davidson, David Marshall Grant
Directed By:
Kevin Hooks, Rolando Hudson
30. Race the Sun (1996)
5
4
Race the Sun
PG
5
4
Role:
Sandra Beecher
Starring:
Eliza Dushku, Casey Affleck, Joel Edgerton, Jim Belushi, James Belushi, Bill Hunter
Directed By:
Charles T. Kanganis
31. Moonfall (2022)
6
5
Moonfall
UA
6
5
Role:
Jocinda Fowler
32. The Rich Man's Wife (1996)
5
4
The Rich Man's Wife
R
5
4
Role:
Josie Potenza
Starring:
Clive Owen, Alexandra Hedison, Frankie Faison, Charles Hallahan, Peter Greene
Directed By:
Amy Holden Jones
33. Kings (2017)
4
4
Kings
R
4
4
Role:
Millie
Starring:
Daniel Craig, Lamar Johnson, Kaalan Walker, Rachel Hilson
Directed By:
Deniz Gamze Ergüven
34. The Flintstones (1994)
7
6
The Flintstones
PG
7
6

The live-action adaptation of the beloved cartoon franchise finds the dim-witted but good-hearted Fred Flintstone promoted to his company’s vice president post after his best friend, Barney, replaces Fred’s test score with his own. But Fred’s good fortune turns sour when he unwittingly becomes involved in his boss Cliff Vandercave’s villainous schemes. 

Role:
Miss Stone
Starring:
John Goodman, Rick Moranis, Rosie O'Donnell, Jay Leno, Sam Raimi, Kyle MacLachlan, Elizabeth Taylor
Directed By:
Brian Levant
35. Father Hood (1993)
4
4
Father Hood
PG-13
4
4
Role:
Kathleen Mercer
Starring:
Patrick Swayze, Adrienne Barbeau, Diane Ladd, Michael Ironside, Sabrina Lloyd
Directed By:
Darrell Roodt
36. B*A*P*S (1997)
7
4
B*A*P*S
PG-13
7
4
Role:
Nisi
Starring:
Martin Landau, LL Cool J, Rudy Ray Moore, Bernie Mac, Ian Richardson, Natalie Desselle Reid
Directed By:
Robert Townsend
37. Movie 43 (2013)
5
7
Movie 43
R
5
7

An unsuccessful screenwriter, pitches in shockingly outrageous story ideas to a studio executive in this anthology comprising fourteen interlinked short films. It is directed by twelve different directors and stars famous Hollywood names. 

Starring:
Richard Gere, Uma Thurman, Johnny Knoxville, Greg Kinnear, Naomi Watts, Stephen Merchant, Dennis Quaid
38. Dark Tide (2012)
3
4
Dark Tide
PG-13
3
4
Role:
Kate Mathieson
Starring:
Olivier Martinez, Sizwe Msutu, Mark Elderkin, Thoko Ntshinga
Directed By:
John Stockwell
39. Catwoman (2004)
5
8
Catwoman
PG-13
5
8

Submissive graphics designer, Patience Phillips, overhears a dark secret about the anti-aging cream developed by the cosmetic company she works in and is pursued by guards ordered to kill her. She gains mysterious abilities after being revived by an Egyptian Mau cat, and as the vigilante 'Catwoman', begins to investigate why she was murdered.

Role:
Patience Phillips / Catwoman
Starring:
Benjamin Bratt, Sharon Stone, Alex Borstein, Missy Peregrym, Lambert Wilson, Frances Conroy
Directed By:
Pitof
40. Stand Up to Cancer (2012)
6
4
Stand Up to Cancer
6
4
Role:
Herself
Starring:
Simon Baker, Hank Azaria, Jessica Biel, Jordana Brewster
Directed By:
Joel Gallen
41. The Wedding (1998)
5
4
The Wedding
5
4
Role:
Shelby Coles
Starring:
Carl Lumbly, Lynn Whitfield, Michael Warren, Eric Thal
Directed By:
Charles Burnett
42. Stand Up to Cancer (2014)
5
4
Stand Up to Cancer
5
4
Role:
Herself
Starring:
Jennifer Aniston, Kevin Bacon, Hank Azaria, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar
43. Solomon & Sheba (1995)
5
4
Solomon & Sheba
5
4
Role:
Nikhaule / Queen Sheba
Starring:
Jimmy Smits, Norman Buckley, Kenneth Colley, Miquel Brown
Directed By:
Robert M. Young
44. Welcome to Hollywood (1998)
4
4
Welcome to Hollywood
R
4
4
Starring:
Sandra Bullock, Tom Arnold, David Hasselhoff, Angie Everhart, Joel Schumacher, Carmen Electra, Kelly Preston
Directed By:
Tony Markes, Adam Rifkin

Animation Movies

The Simpsons
17
2
The Simpsons
TV-14
17
2
Starring:
Liam Neeson, Jack Lemmon, Lucy Liu, James Woods, Jane Kaczmarek, Adam Driver, Penn Jillette
Directed By:
Robots (2005)
7
4
Robots
PG
7
4

Rodney Copperbottom is an aspiring inventor in a world full of sentient robots. He idolizes Bigweld, a famous inventor whose Bigweld Industries makes spare parts. Unfortunately, in Bigweld’s absence, the new owner Phineas T. Ratchet has stopped making spare parts in favor of expensive upgrades. Rodney must find a way to contact Bigweld and stop Rachet. 

Role:
Cappy (voice)
Starring:
Robin Williams, Jennifer Coolidge, James Earl Jones, Al Roker, Amanda Bynes, Natasha Lyonne, Mel Brooks
Directed By:
Chris Wedge, Carlos Saldanha

TV Shows

Frasier
36
8
Frasier
TV-PG
36
8
Starring:
James Spader, Linda Hamilton, Rob Reiner, Laura Dern, Sydney Pollack, Brittany Murphy, Elijah Wood
Directed By:
Queen
9
3
Queen
9
3
Starring:
Danny Glover, Paul Winfield, Ann-Margret, Jane Krakowski, Martin Sheen, Jussie Smollett, Victor Garber
Directed By:
John Erman
A Different World
9
4
A Different World
9
4
Starring:
Dean Cain, Alfonso Ribeiro, Diahann Carroll, Lena Horne, Gilbert Gottfried, Lisa Bonet, Whoopi Goldberg
Directed By:
Debbie Allen, Ellen Gittelsohn, Neema Barnette, Henry Chan, Glynn Turman
Knots Landing
7
3
Knots Landing
TV-14
7
3
Starring:
Larry Hagman, Michael York, William Devane, Brian Dennehy, Eric Stoltz, Marcia Cross, Patrick Duffy
Directed By:
Linda Day, Gabrielle Beaumont, Michael Lange, Roger Young, Nick Havinga
Amen
7
3
Amen
7
3
Starring:
Sherman Hemsley, Kevin Pollak, Cuba Gooding Jr., Anna Maria Horsford, Roz Ryan, Clifton Davis
Directed By:
Shelley Jensen, Lee Shallat Chemel, Gary Shimokawa, Herbert Kenwith, John Sgueglia
They Came from Outer Space
6
3
They Came from Outer Space
6
3
Starring:
Patrick Wayne, Victor Brandt, Allan Royal, Dean Cameron, Christopher Carroll
Directed By:
Chuck Bowman, Jefferson Kibbee, Dennis Donnelly, Gary Walkow, Sidney Hayers
Extant
12
6
Extant
TV-14
12
6
Role:
Molly Woods / ...
Starring:
Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Alisha Boe, Alexandra Breckenridge, Hilarie Burton, Dermot Mulroney, Hiroyuki Sanada, Keith David
Directed By:
Kevin Dowling, Dan Lerner, Adam Arkin, Christine Moore, Adam Kane
Living Dolls
4
3
Living Dolls
TV-PG
4
3
Role:
Emily Franklin
Starring:
Tony Danza, Leah Remini, Marion Ross, Alyssa Milano, Alison Elliott, David Moscow
Directed By:
Lee Bernhardi, Andy Cadiff, James Widdoes, John Sgueglia

Halle Berry Awards

Academy Awards
Monster's Ball Best Actress in a Leading Role 2002
Golden Globe Awards
Introducing Dorothy Dandridge Best Performance by an Actress in a Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for Television 2000
Primetime Emmy Awards
Introducing Dorothy Dandridge Outstanding Lead Actress in a Miniseries or a Movie 2000
People's Choice Awards
Winner Favorite Female Action Star 2007