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List of Katie Holmes Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. Batman Begins (2005)
88
19
Batman Begins
PG-13
88
19

Christopher Nolan's reboot of the Batman series details the origin of the caped crusader as he travels to Asia, where he conquers his fears and trains in combat under Henri Ducard. However, after learning about Ducard's true identity and mission, he returns to Gotham to protect the city as Batman with help from associates Alfred and Lucius Fox.

Role:
Rachel Dawes
Directed By:
2. Thank You for Smoking (2005)
20
6
Thank You for Smoking
R
20
6

As the chief spokesman of Big Tobacco, Nick Naylor defends the use of tobacco in media at times when health concerns are high, and he is good at it. However, when a sharply critical article on him and his work is published, Nick’s life is shaken. Nick has to deal with situation while simultaneously try to become a role model for his son.

Directed By:
Jason Reitman
4. Woman in Gold (2015)
11
4
Woman in Gold
PG-13
11
4

Woman in Gold is a biopic which tells us the story of Maria Altmann, an elderly Jewish woman, as she fights a lengthy legal battle, against the Austrian government, to recover artwork, which according to her, were seized by the Nazis years ago from her family. 

Role:
Pam Schoenberg
Directed By:
Simon Curtis
5. Go (1999)
11
4
Go
R
11
4

This crime comedy film tells us the story of three friends who somehow get involved in a drug deal just before Christmas. Together they try to find a way to get out of this mess, before their lives get ruined. 

Role:
Claire Montgomery
Starring:
Melissa McCarthy, Jane Krakowski, Taye Diggs, Robert Peters, Sarah Polley
Directed By:
Doug Liman
6. Wonder Boys (2000)
11
4
Wonder Boys
R
11
4

Professor Grady Tripp teaches creative writing but is unable to overcome his writer’s block and complete his novel. Besides that, his platter is full with – his third wife leaves him, his literary agent arrives to push him to complete his manuscript, his married girlfriend becomes pregnant with their child, his troubled student has problems with life. Can the weekend accommodate any more complications?

Role:
Hannah Green
Directed By:
Curtis Hanson
7. Phone Booth (2002)
21
8
Phone Booth
R
21
8

Stuart Shepard, a two-timing publicist in New York City, is forced to accept the truth by a mysterious sniper, who reveals his infidelity to his wife and girlfriend. What follows is a nail-biting, edge-of-the-seat thriller that revolves around a phone booth conversation between the sniper and Stuart.     

Role:
Pamela McFadden
Directed By:
8. Logan Lucky (2017)
14
6
Logan Lucky
PG-13
14
6

Laid off from his tunnel construction job under the Charlotte Motor Speedway, Jimmy Logan teams up with his war veteran brother Clyde, who has lost his lower arm in Iraq, to rob the Speedway. For help, they enlist their hairstylist sister Mellie, safe-cracker Joe Bang, now in jail, and Joe's dimwitted brothers, Sam and Fish. But very soon a mix up forces them to put off the operation. 

Role:
Bobbie Jo Chapman
Directed By:
9. Pieces of April (2003)
9
4
Pieces of April
PG-13
9
4

This comedy drama film tells the story of a rebellious girl named April who lives in New York City with her boyfriend in a cheap apartment.  She is distant from her family, but when she discovers that her mother is suffering from a fatal form of cancer, she decides to invite her estranged family to her home for Thanksgiving.

Role:
April Burns
Starring:
Alison Pill, Oliver Platt, Derek Luke, John Gallagher Jr.
Directed By:
Peter Hedges
10. The Gift (2000)
10
5
The Gift
R
10
5

Clairvoyant Annie Wilson receives a vision that the local school principal Wayne’s fiancée Jessica, who had recently disappeared has actually been murdered. She informs the sheriff Johnson who finds the body in Donnie Barksdale’s pond. Donnie is convicted but then Annie receives another vision that he is innocent and the true murderer is still free. 

Role:
Jessica King
Directed By:
11. The Secret: Dare to Dream (2020)
11
5
The Secret: Dare to Dream
PG
11
5
Role:
Miranda Wells
12. The Giver (2014)
11
6
The Giver
PG-13
11
6

Living in a colorless idyllic world devoid of feelings, 16-year-old Jonas learns that he will be the next Receiver of Memory, responsible for safeguarding past memories from the rest of the community. Training with his predecessor, now called the Giver, he experiences the colorful world of emotions and rebels against the ruling elders to release all past memories.

Role:
Mother
Starring:
Brenton Thwaites, Jeff Bridges, Meryl Streep, Alexander Skarsgård
Directed By:
Phillip Noyce
13. Touched with Fire (2015)
6
5
Touched with Fire
R
6
5
Role:
Carla
Starring:
Griffin Dunne, Christine Lahti, Bruce Altman, Luke Kirby
Directed By:
Paul Dalio
14. All We Had (2016)
5
4
All We Had
5
4
Starring:
Judy Greer, Luke Wilson, Mark Consuelos, Richard Kind
Directed By:
Katie Holmes
15. Mad Money (2008)
8
4
Mad Money
PG-13
8
4

Mad Money is a crime comedy film which revolves around three women who are employees working at the Federal Reserve. They make a plan to steal damaged currency while it is on its way to be shredded. Their first robbery is a success, and they are able to repay all their debts. However, later they think of making another attempt.

Role:
Jackie Truman
Starring:
Queen Latifah, Diane Keaton, Ted Danson, Adam Rothenberg
Directed By:
Callie Khouri
16. The Extra Man (2010)
5
4
The Extra Man
R
5
4
Starring:
Lecy Goranson, Kevin Kline, Celia Weston, Dan Hedaya, Patti D'Arbanville, Paul Dano
Directed By:
Shari Springer Berman, Robert Pulcini
17. Miss Meadows (2014)
8
5
Miss Meadows
8
5

Miss Meadows is a black comedy thriller film which revolves around Miss Mary Meadows, a young woman who works as a substitute teacher at an elementary school. She is also a secret vigilante who kills local criminals whom she witnesses committing crimes, but nobody is aware of this fact due to her innocent and mild behavior. The local sheriff begins to investigate the case, and although Miss Meadows is a suspect, he finds himself drawn to her. He is unsure whether he should arrest her or provide her protection.  

Role:
Miss Meadows
Starring:
Jean Smart, Mary Kay Place, James Badge Dale, Callan Mulvey
Directed By:
Karen Leigh Hopkins
18. Disturbing Behavior (1998)
6
4
Disturbing Behavior
R
6
4

A newcomer in Cradle Bay, Steve Clark joins local high school where he is introduced to various school groups, the prominent amongst them being the ‘Blue Ribbons’ group of flawlessly groomed students with their politically correct behavior. Steve befriends school misfits Gavin and Rachel. When Gavin suddenly turns perfect and joins ‘Blue Ribbons,’ Steve and Rachel investigate the mystery behind this perfection.

Role:
Rachel Wagner
Starring:
James Marsden, Bruce Greenwood, Steve Railsback, Nick Stahl, Tobias Mehler
Directed By:
David Nutter
Awards:
MTV Movie & TV Award for Best Breakthrough Female Performance
19. Don't Be Afraid of the Dark (2010)
6
5
Don't Be Afraid of the Dark
R
6
5

A young couple moves into a 19th-century mansion at Rhode Island with 8-year-old Sally. Terrifying creatures that feed on humans and live in the basement's old fireplace await the new residents. When Sally hears them call out her name, she follows the voices to the sealed fireplace.

Role:
Kim
Starring:
Guillermo del Toro, Bailee Madison, Guy Pearce, Garry McDonald, Bruce Gleeson, Eddie Ritchard
Directed By:
Troy Nixey
20. The Singing Detective (2003)
5
4
The Singing Detective
R
5
4

The Singing Detective is a crime comedy mystery film which tells the story of a crime novelist who is lying in a hospital bed, due to his skin condition. However, he soon starts hallucinating that he is part of a murder plot.

Role:
Nurse Mills
Starring:
Adrien Brody, Carla Gugino, Robin Wright, Mel Gibson, Robert Downey Jr., Jeremy Northam
Directed By:
Keith Gordon
21. Teaching Mrs. Tingle (1999)
6
4
Teaching Mrs. Tingle
PG-13
6
4

Teaching Mrs. Tingle is a comedy thriller film which tells the story of a student named Leanne, who wants to give the farewell speech on her graduation ceremony. However, her history teacher seems to stand in the way, and therefore, Leanne considers murdering her.

Role:
Leigh Ann Watson
Starring:
Vivica A. Fox, Molly Ringwald, Lesley Ann Warren, Jeffrey Tambor, Helen Mirren, Barry Watson
Directed By:
Kevin Williamson
22. The Son of No One (2011)
5
4
The Son of No One
R
5
4

The Son of No One is a crime thriller drama film which tells the story of a young cop who is assigned to a precinct in the working class neighborhood where he grew up. He finds himself in trouble, when the evidence of two murders resurfaces, as it starts to jeopardize not just his career but also his family life.   

Role:
Kerry White
Starring:
Juliette Binoche, Ray Liotta, Tracy Morgan, Al Pacino, Channing Tatum
Directed By:
Dito Montiel
23. First Daughter (2004)
6
5
First Daughter
PG
6
5

Samantha is the daughter of the US President who decides to enroll at a college away from home, as her life has been mostly sheltered. During her time away from the White House, she starts experiencing a new sense of freedom, and soon starts falling for another student named James.   

Role:
Samantha Mackenzie
Starring:
Michael Keaton, Jay Leno, Joan Rivers, Forest Whitaker, Marc Blucas, Amerie, Margaret Colin
Directed By:
24. The Romantics (2010)
4
4
The Romantics
PG-13
4
4

Seven friends reunite after six years for the wedding of Tom and Lila. The bridesmaid at the wedding is Laura, whom Tom used to date for a very long time. Laura is quite emotionally upset, but regardless, she tries to hide it, so that Tom and Lila can get married. However, she eventually has a change of plans.

Role:
Laura Rosen
Starring:
Dianna Agron, Anna Paquin, Josh Duhamel, Malin Akerman, Adam Brody, Elijah Wood
Directed By:
Galt Niederhoffer
25. Dear Dictator (2017)
4
4
Dear Dictator
Not
4
4
Role:
Darlene Mills
Starring:
Seth Green, Michael Caine, Jason Biggs, Odeya Rush
Directed By:
Lisa Addario, Joe Syracuse
26. Abandon (2002)
4
4
Abandon
PG-13
4
4

After her boyfriend disappears all of a sudden, Katie is stressed and frustrated as her past continues to haunt her. However, two years later, when she is trying to complete her thesis and get a job, things take a turn, when he reappears again in her life.

Role:
Katie Burke
Starring:
Charlie Hunnam, Benjamin Bratt, Melanie Lynskey, Tony Goldwyn, Zooey Deschanel, Fred Ward
Directed By:
Stephen Gaghan
27. Brahms: The Boy II (2020)
4
4
Brahms: The Boy II
PG-13
4
4
Role:
Liza
Starring:
Ralph Ineson, Anjali Jay, Owain Yeoman, Christopher Convery
Directed By:
William Brent Bell
28. Doorman (2018)
3
4
Doorman
R
3
4
Starring:
Jean Reno, Ruby Rose
29. Jack and Jill (2011)
4
7
Jack and Jill
PG
4
7

Thanksgiving is not a happy occasion for the successful Los Angeles ad executive, Jack Sadelstein, because of his obnoxious twin sister Jill’s yearly visit, which unfailingly turns his blissful world topsy-turvy. However, Jack has no option but to tolerate her longer when he realizes that actor Al Pacino, whom Jack badly requires for a high-paying client’s commercial, has taken a liking for Jill.

Role:
Erin
Starring:
Adam Sandler, Johnny Depp, Drew Carey, Nick Swardson, Dana Carvey, Norm MacDonald, David Spade
Directed By:
Dennis Dugan
30. Dangerous Liaisons (2014)
6
4
Dangerous Liaisons
6
4
Role:
Ann Walker
Starring:
Oded Fehr, Kelly Bishop, Rufus Sewell, Melissa George
Directed By:
Taylor Hackford
31. A Happening of Monumental Proportions (2017)
4
4
A Happening of Monumental Proportions
4
4
Role:
Paramedic #1
Starring:
Allison Janney, Jennifer Garner, Anders Holm, Storm Reid
Directed By:
32. Days and Nights (2014)
3
4
Days and Nights
3
4
Role:
Alex
Starring:
Ben Whishaw, Michael Nyqvist, Jean Reno, Allison Janney, Mark Rylance
Directed By:
Christian Camargo

Director

Eternal Princess (2015)
9
2
Eternal Princess
9
2
Starring:
Nadia Comaneci, Bart Conner, Paul Ziert
Directed By:
Katie Holmes
All We Had (2016)
12
8
All We Had
12
8
Starring:
Judy Greer, Luke Wilson, Mark Consuelos, Richard Kind
Directed By:
Katie Holmes

Animation Movies

Metegol (2013)
10
5
Metegol
PG
10
5

Jake is a shy but skilled football player, who is in love with Laura, a free-spirited girl. Their lives take a turn when Ace, one of the best football players in the world, decides to destroy their village to turn it into a sports stadium. Things get even worse when Laura gets kidnapped, but Jake soon meets some unlikely allies.

Role:
Older Laura (voice)
Starring:
Rupert Grint, Peter Serafinowicz, Nicholas Hoult, Ariana Grande, Chazz Palminteri, Bella Thorne, Rob Brydon
Directed By:
Juan José Campanella

Special Appearance/Cameo

Muppets from Space (1999)
9
6
Muppets from Space
G
9
6

Muppets from Space is a science fiction comedy adventure film which tells the story of Kermit, who prepares to go a mission to reunite Gonzo with his alien family, after the latter is kidnapped.

Role:
Joey Potter (uncredited)
Starring:
David Arquette, F. Murray Abraham, Joshua Jackson, Jeffrey Tambor, Andie MacDowell, Kathy Griffin, Frank Oz
Directed By:
Tim Hill

TV Shows

How I Met Your Mother
37
8
How I Met Your Mother
TV-14
37
8
Starring:
Bob Odenkirk, Jennifer Morrison, Jane Seymour, Cristin Milioti, Danica McKellar, Ben Vereen, Lyndsy Fonseca
Directed By:
Ray Donovan
12
2
Ray Donovan
TV-MA
12
2
Starring:
James Woods, Ian McShane, Sarah Shahi, Lisa Bonet, Diane Ladd, Paula Malcomson, Jon Voight
Eli Stone
8
2
Eli Stone
8
2
Starring:
Bridget Moynahan, Chris Diamantopoulos, Tom Cavanagh, Victor Garber, Katey Sagal, Natasha Henstridge, Taraji P. Henson
Directed By:
David Petrarca, Vincent Misiano, Michael Schultz, Perry Lang, Christopher Misiano
Bob Dylan: Things Have Changed (2000)
7
2
Bob Dylan: Things Have Changed
7
2
Starring:
Robert Downey Jr., Michael Douglas, Tobey Maguire, Bob Dylan
Directed By:
Curtis Hanson
The Kennedys
8
2
The Kennedys
TV-14
8
2
Role:
Jackie Kennedy
Starring:
Chris Diamantopoulos, Greg Kinnear, Tom Wilkinson, Barry Pepper, Diana Hardcastle
Directed By:
Jon Cassar
Dawson's Creek
7
3
Dawson's Creek
TV-14
7
3
Role:
Joey Potter
Starring:
Chad Michael Murray, Alexandra Breckenridge, Jensen Ackles, Julie Bowen, Ali Larter, Andy Griffith, Jane Lynch
Directed By:
Gregory Prange, David Semel, David Petrarca, Michael Lange, Robert Duncan McNeill
The Kennedys After Camelot
5
3
The Kennedys After Camelot
5
3
Role:
Jacqueline Kennedy
Starring:
Matthew Perry, Kristen Hager, Kristin Booth, Ted Atherton
Directed By:
Katie Holmes, Jon Cassar

Katie Holmes Awards

MTV Movie & TV Awards
Disturbing Behavior Best Breakthrough Female Performance 1999