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List of Hugh Dancy Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

2. Shooting Dogs (2005)
9
3
Shooting Dogs
R
9
3

Shooting Dogs is a historical war drama film which takes us to 1994 Rwanda. It revolves around a Catholic Priest and an English teacher, who are stranded in a school, during the Rwandan genocide. They work together to help those who are in need of shelter.

Role:
Joe Connor
Starring:
John Hurt, Louis Mahoney, Dominique Horwitz, Nicola Walker
Directed By:
Michael Caton-Jones
3. Adam (2009)
11
4
Adam
PG-13
11
4

An awkward teenager Adam spends his high school summer with his older sister who is involved with New York City’s LGBT activism. 

Role:
Adam Raki
Starring:
Amy Irving, Rose Byrne, Peter Gallagher, Frankie Faison
Directed By:
Max Mayer
4. Martha Marcy May Marlene (2011)
11
5
Martha Marcy May Marlene
R
11
5

After spending two years with a cult in the Catskills, Martha flees and goes to her older sister, Lucy, and her husband, Ted. She doesn’t reveal anything about her absence, but is haunted by memories, and feels increasingly paranoid that the cult is after her. Though her family wants to help her, for Martha, the demarcation between reality and delusion keeps diminishing. 

Role:
Ted
Starring:
Elizabeth Olsen, Sarah Paulson, Christopher Abbott, Brady Corbet
Directed By:
Sean Durkin
5. Hysteria (2011)
10
4
Hysteria
R
10
4

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

Role:
Mortimer Granville
Starring:
Directed By:
Tanya Wexler
6. The Jane Austen Book Club (2007)
9
4
The Jane Austen Book Club
PG-13
9
4

When Sylvia’s husband leaves her for younger woman, her friends Jocelyn and Bernadette, with Sylvia’s daughter Allegra, sci-fi fan Grigg, and French teacher Prudie, form a Jane Austen book club, to read and discuss one novel every month. As they delve deep in Austen’s classics, they find their life-courses interwoven with the narratives, which often offered wisdom and interpretations for their own trajectories.  

Directed By:
Robin Swicord
7. The Sleeping Dictionary (2003)
8
4
The Sleeping Dictionary
R
8
4

The Sleeping Dictionary is a romantic drama film which tells the story of a young British officer named John Truscott who is sent to a remote village in colonial Malaysia in a mission to educate and westernize the local population. He is introduced to Selima, a native woman who is assigned to sleep with him, and acquaint him with the native language and customs. Things get complicated when the two fall for each other, but both the colonialists and the natives object to their plants to get married.

Role:
John Truscott
Starring:
Directed By:
Guy Jenkin
9. Our Idiot Brother (2011)
12
7
Our Idiot Brother
R
12
7

Good-hearted but dim-witted and easy-going Ned Rochin is arrested for selling marijuana to a uniformed police officer. On parole, Ned is forced to rely on his three more successful sisters, Miranda, Natalie, and Liz. While initially creating chaos in their lives, Ned actually helps them to become better people. 

Starring:
Paul Rudd, Zooey Deschanel, Elizabeth Banks, Steve Coogan, Bob Stephenson, Nick Sullivan
Directed By:
Jesse Peretz
10. Evening (2007)
7
4
Evening
PG-13
7
4

Based on a novel of the same name, Evening is a romantic drama film which takes us to the life of Ann Lord, who is on her deathbed. She narrates her story of her past around 50 years ago, to her daughters.  

Role:
Buddy Wittenborn
Directed By:
Lajos Koltai
11. King Arthur (2004)
17
10
King Arthur
PG-13
17
10

This 'realistic' portrayal of the legendary King Arthur shows him as a cavalry officer in the Roman army in the fifth century when the influence of the Roman Empire on Britannia is diminishing. Arthur and his men reluctantly accept one final mission against the invading Saxons that would put him on the British throne following a tragic battle.

Role:
Galahad
Starring:
Clive Owen, Keira Knightley, Mads Mikkelsen, Joel Edgerton, Til Schweiger, Owen Teale, Ioan Gruffudd
Directed By:
Antoine Fuqua
12. Ella Enchanted (2004)
10
6
Ella Enchanted
PG
10
6

The gift of obedience, Ella received as a child from her fairy grandmother, forces her to obey every command she receives. Trouble starts when after her mother’s death her father remarries and her stepmother and her stepsisters use it to humiliate her. The only way left for her is to find her godmother and ask her to take her gift back. 

Role:
Char
Starring:
Anne Hathaway, Vivica A. Fox, Minnie Driver, Lucy Punch, Eric Idle, Steve Coogan, Joanna Lumley
Directed By:
Tommy O'Haver
13. Confessions of a Shopaholic (2009)
10
7
Confessions of a Shopaholic
PG
10
7

Rebecca Bloomwood, a New York City journalist, has run considerable debt with her shopping addiction. Though, she aspires to work for fashion magazine ‘Alette', she lands a job with financial magazine ‘Successful Saving'. She falls for her boss, Luke Brandon, and finds success writing under name ‘The girl in green scarf.’ But can she conquer her addiction to save her career and love-life?

Role:
Luke Brandon
Starring:
Isla Fisher, Krysten Ritter, Ed Helms, Joan Cusack, John Goodman, Fred Armisen, Kristin Scott Thomas
Directed By:
P.J. Hogan
14. Savage Grace (2007)
6
4
Savage Grace
6
4

One of the most memorable American tragedies, the film examines a popular scandal from the 1970s. A lonely social climber Barbara is unhappily married to Brooks Baekeland and has a homosexual son, Antony. While Barbara tries to cure his son's sexuality, life takes them to tragic extremes.

Starring:
Julianne Moore, Eddie Redmayne, Elena Anaya, Stephen Dillane, Anne Reid, Martin Huber, Minnie Marx
Directed By:
Tom Kalin
15. Blood and Chocolate (2007)
6
5
Blood and Chocolate
PG-13
6
5
Role:
Aiden
Starring:
Olivier Martinez, Katja Riemann, Agnes Bruckner, Bryan Dick
Directed By:
Katja von Garnier
16. Basic Instinct 2 (2006)
5
7
Basic Instinct 2
R
5
7

After her boyfriend is found murdered, novelist Catherine Tramell becomes the suspect and finds herself in trouble. The Scotland Yard appoints Dr Michael Glass to evaluate her, but Dr Glass himself becomes a victim of her seductive nature and her mind games. 

Starring:
Indira Varma, Sharon Stone, David Thewlis, David Morrissey, Neil Maskell
Directed By:
Michael Caton-Jones
17. David Copperfield (2000)
8
3
David Copperfield
8
3
Role:
David Copperfield
Starring:
Paul Bettany, Sally Field, Michael Richards, Eileen Atkins, Anthony Andrews
Directed By:
Peter Medak
18. Madame Bovary (2000)
6
3
Madame Bovary
6
3
Starring:
Keith Barron, Eileen Atkins, Greg Wise, Frances O'Connor
Directed By:
Tim Fywell
19. Tempo (2003)
4
4
Tempo
R
4
4
Role:
Jack Ganzer
Starring:
Malcolm McDowell, Rachael Leigh Cook, Melanie Griffith, Art Malik
Directed By:
Eric Styles
20. Young Blades (2001)
4
4
Young Blades
4
4
Role:
D'Artagnan
Starring:
Scott Hickman, Sarah-Jane Potts, Antony Strachan, Callum Blue
Directed By:
Mario Andreacchio

TV Shows

Hannibal
60
10
Hannibal
TV-14
60
10
Role:
Will Graham (39 episodes, 2013-2015)
Starring:
Chris Diamantopoulos, Amanda Plummer, Cynthia Nixon, Molly Shannon, Laurence Fishburne, Eddie Izzard, Anna Chlumsky
Directed By:
Michael Rymer, Guillermo Navarro, Vincenzo Natali, David Slade, Tim Hunter
Cold Feet
9
2
Cold Feet
9
2
Starring:
Stephen Moyer, Hermione Norris, John Thomson, Fay Ripley
Directed By:
Tom Hooper
The Big C
11
3
The Big C
TV-MA
11
3
Starring:
Gabourey Sidibe, Idris Elba, Susan Sarandon, Victor Garber, Parker Posey, Brian Dennehy, Laura Linney
Directed By:
Alan Poul, Michael Engler, Adam Bernstein, Tricia Brock, Jennifer Getzinger
Elizabeth I
10
2
Elizabeth I
TV-MA
10
2
Role:
Earl of Essex (2 episodes, 2005)
Starring:
Helen Mirren, Jeremy Irons, Ian McDiarmid, Eddie Redmayne, Toby Jones
Directed By:
Tom Hooper
Kavanagh QC
8
2
Kavanagh QC
8
2
Starring:
Lena Headey, Andy Serkis, Ewan McGregor, Corin Redgrave, Phyllis Logan, John Thaw, Oliver Ford Davies
Directed By:
Charles Beeson, Jack Gold, Colin Gregg, Tristram Powell, Andrew Grieve
Trial & Retribution
7
2
Trial & Retribution
7
2
Starring:
Rosamund Pike, Corin Redgrave, Naomie Harris, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Phyllis Logan, Carey Mulligan, Michael Fassbender
Directed By:
Tristram Powell, Michael Whyte, Andy Hay, Alex Pillai, Paul Wilmshurst
The Path
8
3
The Path
8
3
Role:
Cal Roberts (36 episodes, 2016-2018)
Starring:
Freida Pinto, Aaron Paul, Kathleen Turner, Minka Kelly, Eve Plumb, Melanie Griffith, Michelle Monaghan
Directed By:
Michael Weaver, Patrick R. Norris, Mike Cahill, Roxann Dawson, Norberto Barba
Relic Hunter
6
3
Relic Hunter
6
3
Starring:
Tia Carrere, Katheryn Winnick, Matt Bomer, Malin Akerman, Christien Anholt, Lindy Booth, Tanja Reichert
Directed By:
Paolo Barzman, John Bell, Ian Toynton, Terry Ingram, Don McCutcheon
The New Adventures of Robin Hood
4
3
The New Adventures of Robin Hood
4
3
Starring:
Christopher Lee, Lucy Punch, Martyn Ellis, Richard Ashton, Barbara Griffin, Matthew Porretta
Directed By:
Joe Coppoletta, Terry Marcel, Adrian Carr, Petra Haffter, Andy Armstrong
Dangerfield
4
3
Dangerfield
4
3
Starring:
Colin Baker, Scott Adkins, Corin Redgrave, Idris Elba, Owen Teale
Coach (2010)
4
3
Coach
PG-13
4
3
Role:
Nick
Starring:
Gillian Jacobs, Mamie Gummer, Michael Chernus, Jonathan Gutierrez, Liane Balaban
Directed By:
Will Frears

Narrator/Dubbing

The Wildest Dream (2010)
11
4
The Wildest Dream
PG
11
4
Role:
Andrew Irvine (voice)
Starring:
Ralph Fiennes, Liam Neeson

Animation Movies

Robot Chicken
17
5
Robot Chicken
TV-MA
17
5
Starring:
Kristin Chenoweth, Alex Borstein, Scarlett Johansson, Jean Smart, Lee Majors, Anna Chlumsky, Mario Lopez
Directed By:
Legends of Oz: Dorothy's Return (2013)
4
4
Legends of Oz: Dorothy's Return
PG
4
4

In the Land of Oz, Tin Woodman, the Scarecrow, and the Cowardly Lion learn that an evil Jester has stolen the broomstick of his sister, the late Wicked Witch of the West. With Oz’s future at stake, they eventually feel that they will need the help of Dorothy to stop him.

Role:
Marshal Mallow (voice)
Starring:
Patrick Stewart, Dan Aykroyd, Kelsey Grammer, Bernadette Peters, Lea Michele, Tom Kenny, Jim Belushi
Directed By:
Will Finn, Dan St. Pierre