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List of Jesse Eisenberg Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. The Social Network (2010)
85
13
The Social Network
PG-13
85
13

Adapted from Ben Mezrich's book The Accidental Billionaires, the movie revolves around the time when Facebook was created and became super successful globally. Its founder, Mark Zuckerberg, soon finds himself in two lawsuits – one by twins who claimed that the idea was originally theirs and the other by his friend, Eduardo Saverin, who found the dilution of his shares in the company unfair.

Role:
Mark Zuckerberg
Starring:
Rooney Mara, Brenda Song, Aaron Sorkin, Dakota Johnson, Bryan Barter, Dustin Fitzsimons
Directed By:
2. Zombieland (2009)
62
14
Zombieland
TV-14
62
14

In an apocalyptic America overrun by decomposing zombies, Columbus, a shy student has survived the spread of the mad zombie disease by strictly following 30 specific rules. His list expands as he teams up with zombie-slayer Tallahassee and two sisters, Wichita and Little Rock, in an attempt to reach a rumored safe location in Los Angeles.

Role:
Columbus
Directed By:
Ruben Fleischer
3. Now You See Me (2013)
67
17
Now You See Me
PG-13
67
17

The first movie in the Now You See Me series, sees an FBI agent Dylan Rhodes and an Interpol detective Alma Dray pursue a team of four magician or the Four Horsemen as they carry out bank robberies while performing and then distribute the cash amongst audience. The duo seek the help of illusionists Thaddeus Bradley; however it is difficult to differentiate between truth and illusion.

Role:
J. Daniel Atlas
Directed By:
4. Adventureland (2009)
35
9
Adventureland
R
35
9

After his parents fail to fund his long-awaited summer trip to Europe, newly graduate James Brennan takes a summer job at local amusement park Adventureland. He gradually develops feelings for his co-worker Emily Lewin, but their relationship gets complicated as she is secretly having an affair, while he is distracted by seductive rides operator Lisa P.

Role:
James Brennan
Starring:
Directed By:
Greg Mottola
5. Café Society (2016)
21
5
Café Society
PG-13
21
5

A young Bronx man moves to Hollywood, where he falls madly in love with his uncle’s pretty secretary.  But when he learns that she is actually his uncle’s mistress he returns home heartbroken and begins to run a high-end nightclub with his brother. He also meets a beautiful socialite, whom he plans to marry. At this point, his old love walks back into his life.  

Directed By:
6. American Ultra (2015)
28
9
American Ultra
R
28
9

Stoner Mike Howell works as a convenience store clerk and plans to propose to his longtime girlfriend Phoebe Larson. Unknown to him, he is actually a highly trained CIA assassin under a secret training program. When the program is scrapped and he is assigned for execution, his handler activates him so that Mike can save himself and Phoebe. 

Role:
Mike Howell
Directed By:
Nima Nourizadeh
7. Now You See Me 2 (2016)
39
13
Now You See Me 2
PG-13
39
13

The sequel begins with the fugitive illusionists known as the Four Horsemen escaping from the FBI during a stage show because of the villainous Walter Marby. They must escape Walter’s clutches who wants them to steal a powerful chip. Meanwhile, their leader Dylan Rhodes finds out the real identity of Thaddeus Bradley. 

Role:
J. Daniel Atlas
Directed By:
Jon M. Chu
8. Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Ultimate Edition (2016)
25
11
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Ultimate Edition
R
25
11

Billionaire Bruce Wayne is manipulated to believe that Superman is too dangerous, and might turn out to be a threat to humanity. He adopts his mantle of Batman, and manages to subdue Superman. However, Bruce realizes how he has been manipulated by Lex Luthor.  

Role:
Lex Luthor
9. The End of the Tour (2015)
11
3
The End of the Tour
R
11
3

The End of the Tour is an American drama film which tells the story of David Lipsky, a reporter working for the Rolling Stone Magazine who interviews a reputed novelist named David Foster for five days. They soon develop a unique friendship with each other.

Role:
David Lipsky
Starring:
Directed By:
James Ponsoldt
10. The Squid and the Whale (2005)
20
7
The Squid and the Whale
R
20
7

The Squid and the Whale is an independent comedy-drama film which tells us the semi-autobiographical story of two boys in Brooklyn dealing with the divorce of their parents. 

Role:
Walt Berkman
Starring:
Directed By:
11. Zombieland: Double Tap (2019)
23
8
Zombieland: Double Tap
R
23
8

Four survivors of a zombie outbreak move to the American heartland as they continue to fight against evolved zombies. Meanwhile, they also encounter fellow survivors.

Role:
Columbus
Starring:
Rosario Dawson, Avan Jogia, Al Roker, Luke Wilson, Zoey Deutch, Abigail Breslin, Woody Harrelson
Directed By:
Ruben Fleischer
12. Zack Snyder's Justice League (2021)
29
13
Zack Snyder's Justice League
R
29
13

After the death of Superman, Darkseid sends his servant Steppenwolf to Earth, in order to subjugate the human race. In order to protect humanity, Bruce Wayne aligns forces with Diana Prince, and tries to bring the super powered humans of Earth together, and fight against the catastrophic threat.  

Role:
Lex Luthor
Starring:
Henry Cavill, Jason Momoa, Gal Gadot, Joe Manganiello, Carla Gugino, Jared Leto, Ben Affleck
13. Roger Dodger (2002)
7
3
Roger Dodger
R
7
3

This comedy drama film tells the story of an ad executive Roger, who is apparently quite successful with women. When his teen nephew visits him, he decides to show him how to pick up women, but soon he learns that his methods are not as foolproof as he thought.

Role:
Nick
Starring:
Jennifer Beals, Elizabeth Berkley, Isabella Rossellini, Campbell Scott
Directed By:
Dylan Kidd
14. The Emperor's Club (2002)
8
3
The Emperor's Club
PG-13
8
3

Mr Hundert is a teacher working at a boarding school for boys called Saint Benedict, where he is quite passionate about his profession. Things get complicated when he has a new student in his class, who is the son of a Senator.

Starring:
Kevin Kline, Emile Davenport Hirsch, Patrick Dempsey, Emile Hirsch, Embeth Davidtz, Rob Morrow
Directed By:
Michael Hoffman
15. The Hunting Party (2007)
7
4
The Hunting Party
R
7
4

Two journalists and a cameraman decide to go to Bosnia in order to track down a war criminal. However, things take a dangerous turn when they are mistaken to be CIA agents.  

Starring:
Terrence Howard, Richard Gere, James Brolin, Diane Kruger, Gordana Vukres
Directed By:
Richard Shepard
16. Louder Than Bombs (2015)
8
3
Louder Than Bombs
R
8
3

After the untimely death of Isabelle Reed, a celebrated war photographer, an exhibition is held after three years. This brings her eldest son Jonah back to their family house, and he starts to spend some time with his father Gene and his withdrawn younger brother Conrad. Meanwhile, Gene tries to reconnect with both his sons.

Role:
Jonah
Starring:
Gabriel Byrne, Isabelle Huppert, Devin Druid, Amy Ryan
Directed By:
Joachim Trier
17. The Double (2013)
14
6
The Double
R
14
6

A shy and timid clerk, Simon, working in a government agency, finds his life taking an unusual turn, when a confident and charming lookalike, James, takes up a job in his workplace.  

Role:
Simon / James
Starring:
Mia Wasikowska, Noah Taylor, Wallace Shawn, Yasmin Paige
Directed By:
18. The Education of Charlie Banks (2007)
6
3
The Education of Charlie Banks
R
6
3

Charlie is a young boy who fears the violent high school bully Mick Leary. When he witnesses the latter beating up two boys, he reports Mick to the police. Years later, Charlie and his friend Danny are college freshmen, when Mick shows up for a visit. He begins to attend their classes, read their books, borrows their clothing and even flirts with Mary, a woman on whom Charlie has a crush.

Role:
Charlie
Starring:
Sebastian Stan, Eva Amurri, Jason Ritter, Chris Marquette, Eva Amurri Martino
Directed By:
Fred Durst
19. The Village (2004)
20
11
The Village
PG-13
20
11

Covington in the 19th-century rural Pennsylvania has a small population that lives peacefully within the boundaries of the village. Beyond the boundaries, there are fearful creatures inhabiting the wood that do not forgive any intrusion. When a determined man, Lucius Hunt decides to step out into the woods, the creatures are upset. But then, someone else must also step out into the woods.

Starring:
Bryce Dallas Howard, Joaquin Phoenix, Sigourney Weaver, Adrien Brody, Brendan Gleeson, M. Night Shyamalan, Judy Greer
Directed By:
20. Resistance (2020)
7
3
Resistance
R
7
3

Resistance is a biographical drama film which tells the story of Marcel Marceau, a French actor and mime artist, who had worked with Jewish boy scouts as well as with the French Resistance to save the lives of ten thousands orphans from the Nazis.

Role:
Marcel Marceau
Starring:
Clémence Poésy
21. To Rome with Love (2012)
8
5
To Rome with Love
R
8
5

The film presents four unrelated stories, taking place in Rome. The first story focuses on an Italian bathroom singer being put on stage by an American opera director, while the second portrays the perils of a young couple, fresh from rural belt. The third focuses on a middle-class Roman suddenly becoming a celebrity while the fourth is about an American architect reliving his youth. 

Starring:
Greta Gerwig, Penelope Cruz, Alison Pill, Ellen Page, Alec Baldwin, Alessandra Mastronardi, Roberto Benigni
Directed By:
22. Solitary Man (2009)
6
4
Solitary Man
R
6
4

Solitary Man is a romantic drama film which tells the story a successful car magnate who finds his life falling apart, due to some mishaps in his personal as well as his professional life.

Starring:
Gillian Jacobs, Jenna Fischer, Susan Sarandon, Mary-Louise Parker, Danny DeVito, Michael Douglas, Imogen Poots
Directed By:
Brian Koppelman, David Levien
23. Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016)
34
21
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice
PG-13
34
21

Fearing that Superman's alien powers are left unchecked, Batman launches a personal mission to get rid of the Kyrptonian, while the Man of Steel is also wary of Batman's form of justice. However, as they realize that they were both being manipulated by supervillain Lex Luthor, they must join forces with Wonder Woman to save mankind from an abomination.

Role:
Lex Luthor
Starring:
Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Jon Stewart, Jena Malone, Holly Hunter, Laurence Fishburne, Lauren Cohan, Diane Lane
Directed By:
Zack Snyder
24. The Hummingbird Project (2019)
6
4
The Hummingbird Project
R
6
4
Starring:
Salma Hayek, Alexander Skarsgård, Johan Heldenbergh, Michael Mando
Directed By:
Kim Nguyen
25. 30 Minutes or Less (2011)
10
5
30 Minutes or Less
R
10
5

A simple small town pizza delivery boy, Nick, finds himself in trouble when he is abducted by two criminals and directed to carry out a bank robbery. With a bomb tied to his chest and time drifting away, Nick has to quickly find a way to get out of the dangerous situation. He gets help from his former friend but they have numerous problems to deal with including the police and murderers.

Role:
Nick
Starring:
Bianca Kajlich, Aziz Ansari, Nick Swardson, Danny McBride, Dilshad Vadsaria
Directed By:
Ruben Fleischer
26. Cursed (2005)
8
5
Cursed
8
5

The lives of Jimmy and Ellie are turned upside down after they are attacked by a werewolf. Though they realize that the werewolf is someone they might know, they have no other choice to but to kill it, to avoid turning into werewolves themselves.

Starring:
Christina Ricci, Scott Baio, Portia de Rossi, Nick Offerman, Joshua Jackson, Milo Ventimiglia, Judy Greer
Directed By:
Wes Craven
27. The Art of Self-Defense (2018)
14
8
The Art of Self-Defense
R
14
8
Role:
Casey
Starring:
Imogen Poots, Alessandro Nivola, Phillip Andre Botello, Steve Terada
Directed By:
Riley Stearns
28. Vivarium (2020)
7
5
Vivarium
R
7
5

Hoping to find a perfect place to live in, a couple travels to a suburban neighborhood. However, the strange thing is that the houses look identical. They soon find themselves trapped, as each road takes them back to where they started.  

Role:
Tom
Starring:
Imogen Poots, Jonathan Aris, Danielle Ryan, Molly McCann
Directed By:
Lorcan Finnegan
29. Holy Rollers (2010)
5
4
Holy Rollers
R
5
4
Role:
Sam Gold
Starring:
Justin Bartha, Ari Graynor, Danny A. Abeckaser, Mark Ivanir
Directed By:
Kevin Asch
30. Free Samples (2012)
5
4
Free Samples
R
5
4
Role:
Tex
Starring:
Tippi Hedren, Jason Ritter, Jess Weixler, Halley Feiffer, Jeff Sloniker
Directed By:
Jay Gammill
31. Why Stop Now? (2012)
6
4
Why Stop Now?
R
6
4

Eli Bloom is a young piano prodigy, who is working as a clerk at a supermarket. Although he has an important audition the next day, he gets wasted the night before. He soon tries to get his mother into rehab, but his life turns upside down when he is taken hostage by her drug dealer.

Role:
Eli Bloom
Starring:
Tracy Morgan, Stephanie March, Melissa Leo, Emma Rayne Lyle, Sarah Ramos
Directed By:
Phil Dorling, Ron Nyswaner
32. Night Moves (2013)
7
6
Night Moves
R
7
6

Night Moves is a mystery thriller film which revolves around a private investigator in Los Angeles, who is hired by an ageing actress, to find her runaway teenage daughter.  Although the detective manages to track her down, he stumbles across something sinister.

Role:
Josh
Starring:
Dakota Fanning, Peter Sarsgaard, Alia Shawkat, Logan Miller
Directed By:
Kelly Reichardt
33. Camp Hell (2010)
4
4
Camp Hell
R
4
4
Starring:
Andrew McCarthy, Dana Delany, Caroline London, Will Denton
Directed By:
George VanBuskirk
34. Some Boys Don't Leave (2009)
7
3
Some Boys Don't Leave
7
3
Role:
Boy
Starring:
Eloise Mumford, Jennifer Rau, Keith Stone
Directed By:
Maggie Kiley
35. The Living Wake (2007)
5
3
The Living Wake
PG-13
5
3
Starring:
Mike O'Connell, Jim Gaffigan, Jill Larson, Diane Kagan
Directed By:
Sol Tryon
36. One Day Like Rain (2007)
3
4
One Day Like Rain
3
4
Role:
Mark
Starring:
Samantha Figura, Marina Resa, Trevor Lee Georgeson, Dylan Kussman
Directed By:
Paul Todisco
37. Lightning: Fire from the Sky (2001)
3
4
Lightning: Fire from the Sky
3
4
Role:
Eric Dobbs
Starring:
John Schneider, Michele Greene, Gary Sandy, Barbara Crampton
Directed By:
David Giancola
38. He's Way More Famous Than You (2013)
2
3
He's Way More Famous Than You
2
3
Starring:
Vanessa Lynn Williams, Ralph Macchio, Natasha Lyonne, Ben Stiller, Mamie Gummer, Halley Feiffer, Ryan Spahn
Directed By:
Michael Urie

Narrator/Dubbing

Beyond All Boundaries (2009)
11
4
Beyond All Boundaries
11
4
Role:
Lt. Fiske Hanley / Sgt. Benjamin McKinney (voice)
Starring:
Kevin Bacon, James Cromwell, Corbin Bleu, Blythe Danner, Chris Pine, Justin Long, Tobey Maguire
Directed By:
David Briggs

Animation Movies

Rio (2011)
12
6
Rio
TV-G
12
6

While being smuggled out of the country a male Spix's macaw accidentally ends up with Linda who names him Blu. He is tamed and never learns flying. Years later, in Rio de Janeiro, he meets the last female of his species, Jewel, but the two are kidnapped again. Blu must now overcome his fear of flying so that they can go back to Linda.

Role:
Blu (voice)
Starring:
Leslie Mann, Jemaine Clement, Jamie Foxx, George Lopez, Thomas F. Wilson, Anne Hathaway, Wanda Sykes
Directed By:
Carlos Saldanha
Rio 2 (2014)
8
4
Rio 2
G
8
4

Blu, Jewel and their three children move from Rio de Janeiro to the Amazon rainforests. As Blu, accustomed to city life, tries to acclimate in Amazon, he encounters his revenge-seeking old foe, Nigel and also, has to deal with his intimidating father-in-law, Eduardo. Besides, the habitat is threatened by illegal woodcutters out to destroy the life-forms. Can the couple avert this crisis? 

Role:
Blu (voice)
Starring:
Kristin Chenoweth, Miguel Ferrer, Rita Moreno, Jake T. Austin, Jamie Foxx, Leslie Mann, Anne Hathaway
Directed By:
Carlos Saldanha

TV Shows

The Newsroom
11
3
The Newsroom
TV-MA
11
3
Role:
 Eric Neal (uncredited) 1 episode, 2012
Starring:
Sam Waterston, Jane Fonda, Dev Patel, Paul Lieberstein, David Harbour, Alison Pill, Jeff Daniels
Directed By:
Modern Family
20
4
Modern Family
TV-PG
20
4
Starring:
Stephanie Beatriz, Edward Norton, Rhys Darby, Patton Oswalt, Nathan Lane, Josh Gad, Penn Jillette
Get Real
6
2
Get Real
6
2
Role:
Kenny Green
Starring:
Bill Nye, Tom Arnold, January Jones, Ellen Pompeo, Aaron Paul, Christina Pickles, Christina Milian
Directed By:
Jefery Levy, Stephen Cragg, James Whitmore Jr., Richard Compton, David Grossman

Special Appearance/Cameo

Justice League (2017)
9
6
Justice League
PG-13
9
6

Moved by Superman's sacrifice in the previous installment in the series, Batman joins forces with Wonder Woman to track down and recruit The Flash, Aquaman and Cyborg to form the Justice League in order to defend Earth from Steppenwolf and his legions of Parademons. However, the newly-formed superhero alliance may not be enough to stop the supervillain.

Role:
Lex Luthor (uncredited)
Starring:
Connie Nielsen, Billy Crudup, Jeremy Irons, Robin Wright, Jason Momoa, Henry Cavill, Gal Gadot
Directed By:
Zack Snyder