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List of Jennifer Garner Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. Miracles from Heaven (2016)
107
9
Miracles from Heaven
PG
107
9

Anna is a ten year old who suffers from a rare and incurable disease. With the help of her mother, she starts to heal miraculously. This surprises not only her family but also the medical specialists examining her.

Role:
Christy Beam
Starring:
Queen Latifah, Martin Henderson, Kylie Rogers, Brighton Sharbino
Directed By:
Patricia Riggen
2. Peppermint (2018)
115
11
Peppermint
R
115
11
Starring:
John Gallagher Jr., John Ortiz, Annie Ilonzeh, Richard Cabral
Directed By:
Pierre Morel
3. 13 Going on 30 (2004)
96
12
13 Going on 30
PG-13
96
12

After being humiliated on her 13th birthday, Jenna Rink wishes to be a grown up woman and wakes up as a successful and fashionable 30-year-old. However, as she attempts to remember her lost years, she realizes that she is not the person she was before and that she has lost her best friend Matt in the meantime.

Role:
Jenna Rink
Directed By:
Gary Winick
4. Elektra (2005)
74
8
Elektra
PG-13
74
8

Elektra is a warrior who has a near death experience, after which she becomes an assassin for hire. She is soon tasked with killing an innocent man and his daughter, but she has a change of heart, and she decides to protect them instead. She soon faces off against a group of supernatural assassins.

Role:
Elektra
Starring:
Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa, Goran Visnjic, Will Yun Lee, Kirsten Prout
Directed By:
Rob Bowman
5. Catch Me If You Can (2002)
98
16
Catch Me If You Can
PG-13
98
16

A biographical crime film directed by Steven Spielberg, Catch Me If You Can follows the life of Frank Abagnale who, even before turning 19, successfully carries out cons worth millions of dollars. He has posed as a pilot, a doctor and a lawyer in process. He is chased and caught by Carl Hanratty who eventually convinces him to help FBI catch other check forgers.

Directed By:
6. Draft Day (2014)
33
5
Draft Day
PG-13
33
5

Draft Day is a sports drama film, which tells the story of Sonny Weaver, General Manager of the Cleveland Browns, who trades his number one pick to rebuild his team, at the NFL Draft. However, he is unsure whether he has made the right choice for himself and his team. 

Directed By:
7. Pearl Harbor (2001)
58
13
Pearl Harbor
PG-13
58
13

Rafe and Danny, two boyhood friends, join WWII as first lieutenants and Rafe falls in love with Evelyn, a nurse. Rafe, who volunteers to fight with the British, is shot down and is presumed dead, while Evelyn finds solace in the company of Danny. However, Rafe comes back on the eve of the infamous attack on Pearl Harbor.

Directed By:
8. Catch and Release (2006)
51
12
Catch and Release
PG-13
51
12

Catch and Release is a romantic comedy drama film which tells the story of a woman named Gray Wheeler who struggles to accept the death of her fiancé and overcome her grief. As she continues to rebuild her life, she also finds that her fiancé used to keep secrets from her.  

Role:
Gray
Starring:
Juliette Lewis, Kevin Smith, Timothy Olyphant, Sam Jaeger
Directed By:
Susannah Grant
9. The Odd Life of Timothy Green (2012)
26
6
The Odd Life of Timothy Green
PG
26
6

The Odd Life of Timothy Green is a fantasy comedy-drama film, which revolves around a couple, Cindy and Jim, who are devastated when they learn that Cindy cannot conceive. However, their misery ends after the sudden appearance of an orphan boy Timothy. 

Role:
Cindy Green
Starring:
Joel Edgerton, Dianne Wiest, Odeya Rush, Shohreh Aghdashloo, CJ Adams
Directed By:
Peter Hedges
11. Dallas Buyers Club (2013)
55
15
Dallas Buyers Club
R
55
15

A biographical drama, the movie follows a Dallas electrician and hustler Ron Woodroof who is diagnosed with AIDS in 1985. With very little research and a lot of stigma attached to the disease, Ron finds it difficult to get medicines. He then begins to smuggle unapproved drugs to treat himself and other AIDS patients in the Dallas Buyers Club.

Role:
Eve
Starring:
Matthew McConaughey, Jared Leto, Denis O'Hare, Steve Zahn
Directed By:
Jean-Marc Vallée
12. The Kingdom (2007)
31
8
The Kingdom
R
31
8

Following a terrorist attack on an American housing compound in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, FBI Special Agent Ronald Fleury blackmails the Saudi ambassador to secure permission to conduct an investigation within days. He reaches Riyadh with an elite team, but faces obstruction at every step until they are assisted by a like-minded Saudi police captain, Colonel Faris Al-Ghazi.

Role:
Janet Mayes
Starring:
Jamie Foxx, Kyle Chandler, Tim McGraw, Minka Kelly, Jeremy Piven, Chris Cooper, Danny Huston
Directed By:
Peter Berg
13. Ghosts of Girlfriends Past (2009)
44
13
Ghosts of Girlfriends Past
PG-13
44
13

Connor Mead, a famous photographer is a playboy never settling down and having simultaneous relationships with multiple women. While attending his brother’s wedding, he is visited by three ghosts of his past girlfriends who take him on a journey so that he can have a real chance of a relationship with his first true love, Jenny Perotti. 

Role:
Jenny Perotti
Starring:
Christina Milian, Lacey Chabert, Michael Douglas, Emma Stone, Matthew McConaughey, Michael Douglas
Directed By:
Mark Waters
14. Juno (2007)
52
16
Juno
PG-13
52
16

A young independent teenage girl, Juno, becomes pregnant and with the help of her best friend, Leah, sets out to find a family to adopt her child. The events that follow make her take some challenging decisions and discover her true self.

Role:
Vanessa Loring
Starring:
Jason Bateman, Ellen Page, Michael Cera, Candice King, Rainn Wilson, Allison Janney
Directed By:
Jason Reitman
15. Deconstructing Harry (1997)
11
4
Deconstructing Harry
R
11
4

This comedy film written and directed by Woody Allen also stars him in the lead as a successful writer named Harry Block. It follows Block on his way to receive an honorary degree from the university which once threw him out. Accompanying him on the drive are a prostitute, a friend and his son.

Starring:
Woody Allen, Kirstie Alley, Stanley Tucci, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Billy Crystal, Tobey Maguire, Julie Kavner
Directed By:
16. Daredevil (2003)
41
14
Daredevil
PG-13
41
14

Daredevil is the film adaptation of the eponymous Marvel Comics character who is a masked vigilante protecting a New York City neighbourhood from crime but gets embroiled with dangerous criminals like Bullseye and Kingpin. Ben Affleck plays a blind lawyer, Matt Murdock, and his alter ego, Daredevil, in this action film that also features another Marvel Comics character, Elektra.

Role:
Elektra Natchios
Starring:
Michael Clarke Duncan, Colin Farrell, Joe Pantoliano, David Keith, Jon Favreau, Ben Affleck, Ellen Pompeo
Directed By:
Mark Steven Johnson
Awards:
MTV Movie & TV Award for Breakthrough Female Performance
17. Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day (2014)
21
6
Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day
PG
21
6

Eleven years old Alexander Cooper feels left out by his family. One bad day begins with a gum stuck in his hair, which is then followed by series of calamities. But besieged with their own problems, his parents and siblings have no time to offer sympathy and he starts wondering if bad things happen only to him. 

Role:
Kelly Cooper
Starring:
Bella Thorne, Steve Carell, Jennifer Coolidge, Megan Mullally, Dick Van Dyke, Donald Glover, Ed Oxenbould
Directed By:
Miguel Arteta
18. Danny Collins (2015)
11
5
Danny Collins
R
11
5

Danny Collins is an aging rock star who decides to change his life after he discovers a 40-year-old letter written to him by John Lennon. He even reunites with his illegitimate son and his family, but over time, his past demons return and start to haunt him.

Role:
Samantha Leigh Donnelly
Starring:
Al Pacino, Melissa Benoist, Bobby Cannavale, Christopher Plummer, Nick Offerman, Annette Bening
Directed By:
Dan Fogelman
19. Valentine's Day (2010)
33
14
Valentine's Day
PG-13
33
14

A Valentine’s Day witnesses remarkable ups and downs in some intersecting relationships in Los Angeles. Married-for-many-years grandparents wither a crisis, a lady army officer chats for hours with a businessman co-passenger, a florist plans to propose to his school-teacher girlfriend who has inadvertently fallen for a married man, whereas a sports-reporter is assigned to cover ‘Valentine’s Day’ ……which holds many more twists. 

Starring:
Julia Roberts, Taylor Lautner, Anne Hathaway, Patrick Dempsey, Emma Roberts, Bradley Cooper, Eric Dane
Directed By:
20. Love, Simon (2018)
28
11
Love, Simon
PG-13
28
11

High school student, Simon Spier, is looking for love but hasn’t told anyone that he is gay. When a closeted gay student posts an online confession under the pseudonym Blue, Simon starts communicating with him under the pseudonym Jacques. As Simon tries to deduce the identity of Blue, he must also find a way to come out.  

Role:
Emily Spier
Starring:
Nick Robinson, Josh Duhamel, Alexandra Shipp, Katherine Langford
Directed By:
Greg Berlanti
21. The Adam Project (2022)
14
4
The Adam Project
13
14
4

The Adam Project is a science fiction action adventure comedy film which tells the story of Adam, a time-traveling fighter pilot Adam Reed who crash-lands in 2022. He meets his 12 year old self, and teams up with him to save the future.

Role:
Ellie Reed
Starring:
Zoe Saldana, Ryan Reynolds, Mark Ruffalo
22. Washington Square (1997)
8
4
Washington Square
PG
8
4
Starring:
Maggie Smith, Albert Finney, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Ben Chaplin
Directed By:
Agnieszka Holland
23. Men, Women & Children (2014)
10
4
Men, Women & Children
R
10
4

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:
Patricia Beltmeyer
Starring:
Timothée Chalamet, Emma Thompson, Ansel Elgort, Adam Sandler, Judy Greer, Rosemarie DeWitt, Judy Greer
Directed By:
Jason Reitman
24. The Invention of Lying (2009)
20
10
The Invention of Lying
PG-13
20
10

Mark Bellison is a screenwriter of historical readings in an alternate universe where the concept of lying does not exist and people tell whatever is on their minds. After being fired from his job and warned of being evicted, he blurts out a lie in the bank and realizes how it can change his life forever.

Role:
Anna McDoogles
Starring:
Ricky Gervais, Tina Fey, Louis C.K., Stephen Merchant, Stephanie March, Christopher Guest, Jonah Hill
Directed By:
25. Yes Day (2021)
10
4
Yes Day
PG
10
4
Role:
Allison Torres
26. Dude, Where's My Car? (2000)
12
8
Dude, Where's My Car?
PG-13
12
8

Stoner best friends Jesse and Chester wake up one morning with no recollection of the past night and realize that Jesse's car is missing. While tracking their steps, they encounter their angry twin girlfriends, a transgender stripper seeking a money-filled suitcase, a vicious gang, two police detectives, UFO cultists, and two separate groups of aliens in human form.

Role:
Wanda
Starring:
Ashton Kutcher, Fabio Lanzoni, Seann William Scott, Marla Sokoloff, Kristy Swanson
Directed By:
Danny Leiner
27. Butter (2011)
9
8
Butter
R
9
8

The film revolves around a few people in a small town who compete to win an annual butter carving contest.

Role:
Laura Pickler
Starring:
Alicia Silverstone, Hugh Jackman, Ashley Greene, Olivia Wilde, Yara Shahidi, Kristen Schaal, Ty Burrell
Directed By:
Jim Field Smith
28. Arthur (2011)
12
11
Arthur
PG-13
12
11

Wealthy playboy, Arthur Bach, has yet another run-in with the law, after which his thorough-businesswoman mother issues an ultimatum that he has to marry corporate executive, Susan Johnson, or else lose his billions-worth inheritance. After getting engaged to Susan, Arthur meets and falls for Naomi, a free-spirited girl he wants as life-partner. The difficult choice teaches him a thing or two about growing-up.

Role:
Susan
Starring:
Russell Brand, Greta Gerwig, Nick Nolte, Helen Mirren, Skai Jackson, Geraldine James, Russell Brand
Directed By:
Jason Winer
29. Nine Lives (2016)
11
9
Nine Lives
PG
11
9

Nine Lives is a fantasy comedy drama film which revolves around a successful business tycoon who is quite workaholic. Although he dislikes cats, he buys one for the birthday of his daughter. However, things get complicated when he suddenly gets entrapped in the body of the cat, after an accident. He tries to get his life back, and at the same time, he also finds himself reevaluating his priorities.   

Role:
Lara Brand
Starring:
Robbie Amell, Cheryl Hines, Malina Weissman, Kevin Spacey, Mark Consuelos, Christopher Walken
Directed By:
Barry Sonnenfeld
30. Wakefield (2016)
9
11
Wakefield
R
9
11

Wakefield is a drama film which tells the story of Howard, a successful lawyer, who is quite unhappy with his marriage of fifteen years, despite having a loving wife and two daughters. He begins to feel that his family will be happier and better off without him, and therefore, he disappears all of a sudden. This leaves his family with a shock, wondering what happened to him, but he begins to observe them from nearby for days, which soon turn into months.  

Role:
Diana Wakefield
Starring:
Bryan Cranston, Ian Anthony Dale, Beverly D'Angelo, Jason O'Mara
Directed By:
Robin Swicord
31. Mr. Magoo (1997)
6
4
Mr. Magoo
PG
6
4

Mr. Magoo is an American comedy film which tells the story of an eccentric millionaire Mr. Magoo, who suffers from poor eyesight but refuses to wear eyeglasses. His life takes a turn when jewel thieves who robbed a museum, lose their precious ruby, and it ends up in Mr. Magoo’s boat.

Starring:
Malcolm McDowell, Leslie Nielsen, Miguel Ferrer, Kelly Lynch, Stephen Tobolowsky, Nick Chinlund
Directed By:
Stanley Tong
32. Rose Hill (1997)
15
5
Rose Hill
PG
15
5
Role:
Mary Rose Clayborne / Victoria Elliot at 17
Starring:
Vera Farmiga, Justin Chambers, Tristan Tait, Zak Orth
Directed By:
Christopher Cain
33. Zoya (1995)
7
3
Zoya
7
3
Starring:
Melissa Gilbert, Bruce Boxleitner, Denise Alexander, Zane Carney
Directed By:
Richard A. Colla
34. Harvest of Fire (1996)
7
3
Harvest of Fire
PG
7
3
Starring:
Craig Wasson, Lolita Davidovich, J.A. Preston, Tom Aldredge
Directed By:
Arthur Allan Seidelman
35. Serena (2012)
14
7
Serena
14
7
Role:
Serena
Starring:
Alfred Molina, Alfred Molina
Directed By:
Rodrigo García
36. The Tribes of Palos Verdes (2017)
11
7
The Tribes of Palos Verdes
R
11
7
Starring:
Joely Fisher, Elisabeth Rohm, Alicia Silverstone, Justin Kirk, Noah Silver
Directed By:
Brendan Malloy, Emmett Malloy
37. The Player (1997)
6
4
The Player
6
4
Starring:
Jennifer Grey, Patrick Dempsey, Michael Parks, Ned Bellamy
Directed By:
Mark Piznarski
38. Rennie's Landing (2001)
5
4
Rennie's Landing
R
5
4
Role:
Kiley Bradshaw
Starring:
Peter Facinelli, Ethan Embry, Scott Foley, Charlotte Ayanna
Directed By:
Marc Fusco
39. In Harm's Way (1997)
6
4
In Harm's Way
6
4
Role:
Kelly
Starring:
Orlando Jones, Jon Curry
Directed By:
Peter Sobich Jr.
40. 1999 (1998)
5
4
1999
R
5
4
Role:
Annabell
Starring:
Steven Alexander Wright, Dan Futterman, Buck Henry, Matt McGrath, Allyson Downey
Directed By:
Nick Davis

TV Shows

Law & Order
25
7
Law & Order
TV-14
25
7
Starring:
Danai Gurira, Christine Baranski, Lauren Graham, David Harbour, Jerry Stiller, Julie Benz, Laverne Cox
Directed By:
Alias
36
11
Alias
TV-14
36
11
Role:
Sydney Bristow / ...
Starring:
Peggy Lipton, Stana Katic, David Cronenberg, Isabella Rossellini, Corey Stoll, Roger Moore, Richard Lewis
Directed By:
Ken Olin, Lawrence Trilling, Jack Bender, Daniel Attias, J.J. Abrams
Awards:
Golden Globe Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series - Drama
The Pretender
14
5
The Pretender
14
5
Starring:
Aisha Tyler, Haley Joel Osment, Emile Davenport Hirsch, Jake Lloyd, George Lazenby, Robert Carradine, Christina Pickles
Directed By:
Terrence O'Hara, Chuck Bowman, Michael Lange, Vern Gillum, Scott Lautanen
Spin City
18
7
Spin City
TV-14
18
7
Starring:
Jennifer Esposito, Lou Diamond Phillips, Tracy Pollan, Christine Taylor, Michelle Phillips, Woody Harrelson, Michael J. Fox
Directed By:
Andy Cadiff, Ted Wass, Lee Shallat Chemel, Carl Lauten
Dead Man's Walk
7
3
Dead Man's Walk
PG-13
7
3
Starring:
Brian Dennehy, F. Murray Abraham, Harry Dean Stanton, Edward James Olmos, David Arquette, Keith Carradine
Directed By:
Yves Simoneau
Swift Justice
6
4
Swift Justice
6
4
Starring:
Gary Dourdan, Len Cariou, Drea de Matteo, Peter Stormare, Kim Dickens, Tony Darrow, James McCaffrey
Directed By:
Frederick King Keller, Don Kurt
Felicity
11
5
Felicity
TV-14
11
5
Starring:
Taraji P. Henson, Alexis Arquette, Donald Faison, John Ritter, Jane Lynch, Keri Russell, Amy Smart
Directed By:
Lawrence Trilling, Harry Winer, Keith Samples, Matt Reeves, Stan Salfas
Significant Others
6
4
Significant Others
6
4
Role:
Nell
Starring:
Michael Weatherly, Elizabeth Mitchell, Scott Bairstow, Eion Bailey
Directed By:
Michael Engler, Scott Winant, George Huang
13 Going on 30: Bloopers (2004)
10
4
13 Going on 30: Bloopers
10
4
Role:
Jenna Rink (uncredited)
Starring:
Mark Ruffalo, Judy Greer, Andy Serkis, Sam Ball, Marcia DeBonis
Fantasy Island
6
3
Fantasy Island
6
3
Starring:
Lisa Robin Kelly, Louise Fletcher, Pauly Shore, Lauren Holly, Dean Cain, Marley Shelton, Alyssa Milano
Directed By:
Michael Dinner, Perry Lang, Rick Wallace, Deran Sarafian
Time of Your Life
5
3
Time of Your Life
5
3
Role:
Romy Sullivan
Starring:
Rosie O'Donnell, RuPaul, Wentworth Miller, Jennifer Love Hewitt, Pauley Perrette, Gina Ravera
Directed By:
Michael Engler, Ellen S. Pressman, Daniel Attias, Robert Berlinger, Steven Robman
Aftershock: Earthquake in New York
5
4
Aftershock: Earthquake in New York
5
4
Role:
Diane Agostini
Starring:
Tom Skerritt, Cicely Tyson, Charles S. Dutton, Lisa Nicole Carson
Directed By:
Mikael Salomon
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2
3
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2
3
Role:
Herself
Starring:
Jack Black, Elijah Wood, Courtney Peldon, Greg Grunberg

Animation Movies

The Animated Alias: Tribunal (2004)
7
3
The Animated Alias: Tribunal
7
3
Role:
Sydney Bristow (voice)
Starring:
Terry O'Quinn, Steve Kramer, Frank Lyon
Directed By:
David Lipson
Wonder Park (2019)
12
8
Wonder Park
PG
12
8
Role:
Mom (voice)
Starring:
Jeffrey Tambor, Kenan Thompson, John Oliver, Matthew Broderick, Ken Jeong, Mila Kunis

Jennifer Garner Awards

Golden Globe Awards
Alias Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series - Drama 2002
People's Choice Awards
Winner Favorite Female Action Star 2006
Winner Favorite Female Television Star 2006
MTV Movie & TV Awards
Daredevil Breakthrough Female Performance 2003