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List of Kate Beckinsale Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. Underworld: Rise of the Lycans (2009)
92
9
Underworld: Rise of the Lycans
R
92
9

The movie follows the story of Lucian, the first Lycan. A slave of the vampire elder Viktor, Lucian falls in love with Viktor’s daughter Sonja. Their forbidden romance ends in disaster when Viktor burns a pregnant Sonja alive, and Lucian finally leads the werewolves and men in a war against the vampires. 

Starring:
Michael Sheen, Bill Nighy, Kevin Grevioux, David Aston
Directed By:
Patrick Tatopoulos
2. Underworld: Evolution (2006)
117
13
Underworld: Evolution
R
117
13

After the death of vampire elder, Victor, vampire assassin Selene and her lover lycan/vampire hybrid, Michael are on the run from their clan. They try to unravel the reason for the rivalry between vampires and werewolves. Meanwhile, Marcus Corvinus, the original vampire has awakened and has an ambitious plan to conquer the world along with his savage Lycan brother, William.

Role:
Selene
Starring:
Derek Jacobi, Michael Sheen, Bill Nighy, Tony Curran, Scott Speedman
Directed By:
Len Wiseman
3. Underworld (2003)
132
16
Underworld
R
132
16

For centuries, vampires and lycans have been sworn enemies. Selene, a vampire assassin is on a mission to kill the Lycans when she discovers that the latter is after a simple human, Michael Corvin. Curious, she follows Michael and falls for him. When he is bitten by a Lycan, she must decide whether to kill him or save him. Michael himself has a long hidden secret.

Role:
Selene
Starring:
Wentworth Miller, Michael Sheen, Bill Nighy, Shane Brolly
Directed By:
Len Wiseman
4. Underworld: Blood Wars (2016)
83
11
Underworld: Blood Wars
R
83
11

The fifth installment of Underworld franchise follows Vampire Death Dealer Selene as she is being hunted down by both Lycan clan as well as Vampire clique that betrayed her. Teaming up with her only friends, David, and his father Thomas, she strives to end the ceaseless hostilities between the two clans. But what price will she have to pay for it?

Role:
Selene
Starring:
Theo James, Charles Dance, Tobias Menzies, Lara Pulver
Directed By:
Anna Foerster
5. Underworld Awakening (2012)
94
13
Underworld Awakening
R
94
13

The fourth installment in the Underworld franchise finds vampire Selene escaping a cryogenic suspension, twelve years after being captured by humans. She is shunned by all vampires except David, who helps Selene rescue her and Michael’s daughter Eve, from Antigen, a secret Lycan organization, being led by Dr. Jacob Lane. 

Role:
Selene
Starring:
Theo James, Michael Ealy, Stephen Rea, India Eisley
Directed By:
Måns Mårlind, Björn Stein
6. Van Helsing (2004)
116
19
Van Helsing
PG-13
116
19

Famed monster hunter Abraham Van Helsing is sent to Transylvania to help the Valerious family destroy Count Dracula. There he falls in love with Anna Valerious but is unfortunately infected by the werewolf curse. Although Van Helsing manages to kill Dracula, he also kills Anna, who sacrifices her life to save him from the curse. 

Role:
Anna Valerious
Starring:
Hugh Jackman, Silvia Colloca, Elena Anaya, Richard Roxburgh, David Wenham, Shuler Hensley
Directed By:
Stephen Sommers
7. Serendipity (2001)
87
15
Serendipity
PG-13
87
15

Both Jonathon Trager and Sara Thomas are in relationship with other people when they first meet in New York. However, they are still attracted to each other. When Jonathon wants to exchange contact information, Sara suggests that they leave it on fate to decide whether they should be together. A few years later, they still hope to meet each other despite both being engaged to be married.

Role:
Sara Thomas
Directed By:
Peter Chelsom
8. Pearl Harbor (2001)
105
20
Pearl Harbor
PG-13
105
20

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.

Role:
Nurse Lt. Evelyn Johnson
Directed By:
9. Total Recall (2012)
74
16
Total Recall
PG-13
74
16

A critically panned remake of the 1990’s movie Total Recall, it follows the story of factory worker Douglas Quaid. He visits Rekall, a company that turns dreams into memories and soon starts recalling his memories. He must stop himself from killing Matthias, the leader of the resistance while under the control of UFB Chancellor Cohaagen. 

Role:
Lori Quaid
Starring:
Directed By:
Len Wiseman
10. The Aviator (2004)
62
15
The Aviator
PG-13
62
15

The movie follows the life of Howard Hughes from 1927-1947. During this time, Hughes achieved massive success in Hollywood and also devoted quality time and money in the aviation industry. He romanced beautiful women like Katharine Hepburn and made powerful enemies like Juan Trippe and Senator Ralph Owen Brewster. All this while, his OCD worsened.

Role:
Ava Gardner
Directed By:
11. Haunted (1995)
32
8
Haunted
R
32
8

Haunted is a horror film which tells the story of the skeptical Professor David Ash, who visits a British estate in a remote region in order to debunk allegations of supernatural phenomena. However, shortly after arriving, David is confused himself and feels haunted by demons from his own past.

Role:
Christina Mariell
Starring:
Aidan Quinn, John Gielgud, Anna Massey, Anthony Andrews
Directed By:
Lewis Gilbert
12. Laurel Canyon (2002)
32
8
Laurel Canyon
R
32
8

Laurel Canyon is a drama film which tells the story of Sam, who moves to Los Angeles to stay in his mother’s house, along with his fiancée Alex. Although Sam expected that his mother would be away, and he and Alex would have the luxurious house to himself, he finds his mother still at their house working on a project with her boyfriend who is a record producer.

Role:
Alex
Starring:
Frances McDormand, Christian Bale, Natascha McElhone, Alessandro Nivola
Directed By:
Lisa Cholodenko
13. The Trials of Cate McCall (2013)
33
8
The Trials of Cate McCall
33
8

The Trials of Cate McCall is a drama film which revolves around a lawyer named Cate, who is struggling with alcoholism. She takes on a big case involving a woman named Lacey who is convicted of murder, hoping that it will help her get reinstated to the bar, and win back custody of her daughter. She is eventually able to prove Lacey’s innocence, but things get ugly when she finds out that Lacey is actually guilty. She gets obsessed with the case again, this time, in order to put Lacey back in prison once more.

Role:
Cate McCall
Starring:
Nick Nolte, Taye Diggs, James Cromwell, Mark Pellegrino
Directed By:
Karen Moncrieff
14. Eliza Graves (2014)
37
10
Eliza Graves
PG-13
37
10

In 1899, Oxford graduate Dr. Edward Newgate joins Stonehearst Asylum for apprenticeship. He is smitten by a stately-looking lady patient Eliza Graves. But Newgate feels that asylum superintendent Dr. Silas Lamb’s treatment methods are quite unorthodox and strange. Then one night as he follows an abnormal sound, he is shocked to discover that at the asylum, nothing is as it seems to be. 

Role:
Eliza Graves
Starring:
Brendan Gleeson, Ben Kingsley, Michael Caine, Jim Sturgess, David Thewlis
Directed By:
Brad Anderson
15. Whiteout (2009)
48
12
Whiteout
R
48
12

Within three days the research station in Antarctica, where Marshal Carrie Stetko is posted, will shut down for the winter. She plans to resign once she reaches United States and is eager to leave. But when a scientist’s dead body is discovered in a remote area, she decides to investigate, a choice that may cost her life. 

Role:
Carrie Stetko
Starring:
Tom Skerritt, Gabriel Macht, Alex O'Loughlin, Columbus Short
Directed By:
Dominic Sena
16. Snow Angels (2007)
31
8
Snow Angels
R
31
8

Arthur is a high-school student, who begins to flirt with a married woman named Annie. At the same time, he also develops a bond with a new girl at his school named Lila.

Role:
Annie Marchand
Starring:
Amy Sedaris, Sam Rockwell, Michael Angarano, Griffin Dunne, Jeannetta Arnette
Directed By:
David Gordon Green
17. Contraband (2012)
39
11
Contraband
R
39
11

Former smuggler Chris Faraday has left the criminal ways behind to lead a normal family life. When his brother-in-law Andy gets into trouble with drug-lord Briggs, Chris is forced to return to his old work, and sets out in a freighter to get counterfeit bills from Panama. However, Briggs has no qualms in using Chris’s family to force him into smuggling drugs. 

Starring:
Mark Wahlberg, Robert Wahlberg, Ben Foster, Diego Luna, Giovanni Ribisi, Caleb Landry Jones, Jason Mitchell
Directed By:
Baltasar Kormákur
18. Vacancy (2007)
38
11
Vacancy
R
38
11

A couple - David and Amy Fox – find themselves stranded in an isolated area when their car breaks down. They decide to spend the night in a seedy motel close by, but the in room video tapes very soon make them realise that they are surrounded by hidden cameras. The two now have to figure out a way to escape before they become another victim to the motel owner’s snuff film.

Role:
Amy Fox
Starring:
Luke Wilson, Ethan Embry, Scott Anderson, Frank Whaley
Directed By:
Nimród Antal
19. Cold Comfort Farm (1995)
14
4
Cold Comfort Farm
PG
14
4
Role:
Flora Poste
Starring:
Miriam Margolyes, Ian McKellen, Joanna Lumley, Stephen Fry, Eileen Atkins, Freddie Jones
Directed By:
John Schlesinger
20. Uncovered (1994)
16
6
Uncovered
16
6
Role:
Julia
Starring:
John Wood, Sinéad Cusack, Peter Wingfield, Paudge Behan
Directed By:
Jim McBride
21. Nothing But the Truth (2008)
38
12
Nothing But the Truth
R
38
12

Nothing But the Truth is a mystery drama film, which revolves around Rachel Armstrong, a journalist, who pens a story that divulges the identity of a secret CIA agent. She also refuses to reveal her source, and therefore she is eventually put in jail.  

Role:
Rachel Armstrong
Starring:
Vera Farmiga, Matt Dillon, Courtney B. Vance, David Schwimmer, Angela Bassett, Alan Alda
Directed By:
Rod Lurie
22. Brokedown Palace (1999)
26
11
Brokedown Palace
PG-13
26
11

In order to celebrate their high-school graduation, two friends, Alice and Darlene, take a trip to Thailand. But their lives turn upside down when they get arrested for smuggling.

Role:
Darlene Davis
Starring:
Paul Walker, Claire Danes, Lou Diamond Phillips, Bill Pullman, Jacqueline Kim
Directed By:
Jonathan Kaplan
23. Absolutely Anything (2015)
19
8
Absolutely Anything
R
19
8

The alien galactic council debates whether the Earth should be destroyed, or to make humanity a member of their council. They eventually come up with a plan of bestowing limitless power to a schoolteacher, to see if the powers would be used for good or for evil. Thus, his actions would determine the fate of humanity. 

Role:
Catherine
Starring:
Simon Pegg, Joanna Lumley, Eddie Izzard, Terry Gilliam, John Cleese, Eric Idle, Terry Jones
Directed By:
24. Click (2006)
57
25
Click
PG-13
57
25

Michael Newman is unable to spend more time with his family while he is pursuing his dream promotion at work. He wishes for a universal remote to control his life, and gets one from the eccentric inventor Morty. He pauses, skips and rewinds through his life until he eventually realizes that he has lost control of his life altogether.

Role:
Donna Newman
Starring:
Adam Sandler, Christopher Walken, Jana Kramer, David Hasselhoff, James Earl Jones, Jennifer Coolidge, Sean Astin
Directed By:
Frank Coraci
25. Love & Friendship (2016)
21
10
Love & Friendship
PG
21
10

In the 1790s, the recently-widowed Lady Susan leaves behind the rumors of her liaison with Lord Manwaring, and travels to her brother-in-law Charles and his wife, Catherine, to seek a suitable match for her debutante daughter, Frederica, and also, for herself. As she tries to manipulate her way into the heart of Catherine’s brother Reginald, her wily scheming soon catches up with her. 

Role:
Lady Susan Vernon
Starring:
Stephen Fry, Morfydd Clark, Tom Bennett, Jenn Murray
Directed By:
Whit Stillman
26. The Last Days of Disco (1998)
19
10
The Last Days of Disco
R
19
10

The Last Days of Disco is a romantic comedy drama musical film which tells the story of a group of friends who frequently meet each other at a disco palace. Meanwhile, they are trying to seek love, as well as do something that would give meaning to their lives.  

Role:
Charlotte
Starring:
Jennifer Beals, Michael Weatherly, Chloë Sevigny, Robert Sean Leonard, Mackenzie Astin
Directed By:
Whit Stillman
27. Much Ado About Nothing (1993)
27
14
Much Ado About Nothing
PG-13
27
14

A nobleman, living with his daughter, niece and brother in Messina, an Italian town, is hosting a bunch of friends returning from war. The party play cupid to a couple in love for a long time. The British-American romantic comedy is based on a Shakespearean play of the same name.

Role:
Hero
Starring:
Keanu Reeves, Denzel Washington, Emma Thompson, Brian Blessed, Kenneth Branagh, Michael Keaton, Ben Elton
Directed By:
28. The Face of an Angel (2014)
12
7
The Face of an Angel
12
7
Role:
Simone Ford
Starring:
Cara Delevingne, Daniel Brühl, Ava Acres, Anjella Mackintosh
Directed By:
Michael Winterbottom
29. Emma (1996)
13
7
Emma
TV-G
13
7
Role:
Emma Woodhouse
Starring:
Olivia Williams, Bernard Hepton, Mark Strong, Samantha Bond, James Hazeldine
Directed By:
Diarmuid Lawrence
30. The Only Living Boy in New York (2017)
13
8
The Only Living Boy in New York
R
13
8
Role:
Johanna
Starring:
Madhur Jaffrey, Cynthia Nixon, Pierce Brosnan, Jeff Bridges, Callum Turner
Directed By:
Marc Webb
31. The Disappointments Room (2016)
11
7
The Disappointments Room
R
11
7

Along with her husband and their five year old son, Dana moves to an old manor in the countryside from the hustle and bustle of the city. However, things get complicated because shortly after settling in, Dana starts to experience strange and terrifying visions for which she has no explanation. Things get even more complicated after they discover a secret room in the attic.

Role:
Dana Barrow
Starring:
Joely Fisher, Michaela Conlin, Lucas Till, Michael Landes, Mel Raido
Directed By:
D.J. Caruso
32. Everybody's Fine (2009)
22
12
Everybody's Fine
PG-13
22
12

A recently widowed father is disappointed that each of his four adult children has canceled their plan to visit him at the last moment. To make it up, he goes on a cross country trip, visiting each of them. But at each place, he finds something is amiss and they are not telling him the truth.  

Role:
Amy
Starring:
Robert De Niro, Drew Barrymore, Sam Rockwell, Lucian Maisel
Directed By:
Kirk Jones
33. Shooting Fish (1997)
14
9
Shooting Fish
PG
14
9

Shooting Fish is a romantic comedy crime film which tells the story of Dylan and Jez, who earns money by conning rich people out of their wealth, hoping to buy their dream house. Their lives take a turn when a pretty girl Georgie enters the picture.   

Starring:
Peter Capaldi, Phyllis Logan, Rowena Cooper, Jane Lapotaire, Harry Ditson, Scott Charles
Directed By:
Stefan Schwartz
34. The Golden Bowl (2000)
9
7
The Golden Bowl
R
9
7
Role:
Maggie Verver
Starring:
Uma Thurman, Nick Nolte, Jeremy Northam, Anjelica Huston
Directed By:
James Ivory
35. Winged Creatures (2008)
9
7
Winged Creatures
R
9
7

Winged Creatures is a drama film which revolves around a group of people, including Carla, Charlie, Bruce, Annie, and Jimmy, who are forced to retreat under a table at a diner when a suicidal gunman begins shooting people randomly. All five of them manage to survive and they develop a unique relationship with one another.  

Role:
Carla Davenport
Starring:
Dakota Fanning, Kevin Durand, Troy Garity, Guy Pearce, Josh Hutcherson, Forest Whitaker, Jennifer Hudson
Directed By:
Rowan Woods
36. Jolt (2021)
10
7
Jolt
A
10
7

Lindy is a young woman who is struggling with her anger management problem, after she is diagnosed with a neurological condition. Her life turns outside when her boyfriend gets murdered. She sets out to find the killer, but at the same time, the cops are in pursuit of her, believing her to be the prime suspect.

Role:
Lindy
Starring:
Jai Courtney, Bobby Cannavale, Laverne Cox, Stanley Tucci
37. Alice Through the Looking Glass (1998)
11
9
Alice Through the Looking Glass
11
9
Role:
Alice
Starring:
Steve Coogan, Ian Richardson, Ian Holm, Geoffrey Palmer, Penelope Wilton, Charlotte Curley, Louise J. Taylor
Directed By:
John Henderson
38. Prince of Jutland (1994)
7
9
Prince of Jutland
R
7
9
Starring:
Helen Mirren, Gabriel Byrne, Andy Serkis, Christian Bale, Brian Cox
Directed By:
Gabriel Axel
39. Tiptoes (2003)
7
9
Tiptoes
R
7
9
Role:
Carol
Starring:
Peter Dinklage, Gary Oldman, Patricia Arquette, Matthew McConaughey
Directed By:
Matthew Bright
40. Anna Lee: Headcase (1993)
7
3
Anna Lee: Headcase
7
3
Role:
Thea Hahn
Starring:
Ken Stott, Barbara Leigh-Hunt, Alan Howard, Imogen Stubbs
Directed By:
Colin Bucksey
41. One Against the Wind (1991)
7
3
One Against the Wind
PG
7
3
Role:
Barbe Lindell
Starring:
Sam Neill, Judy Davis, Christien Anholt, Anthony Higgins
Directed By:
Larry Elikann
42. Rachel's Dream (1992)
6
3
Rachel's Dream
6
3
Role:
Rachel
Starring:
Christopher Eccleston, Anna Patrick, Rob Spendlove
Directed By:
Viv Albertine
43. Breakthrough Prize 2014 (2014)
6
3
Breakthrough Prize 2014
6
3
Role:
Herself - Presenter
Starring:
Christina Aguilera, Seth MacFarlane, Benedict Cumberbatch, Sergey Brin, Dick Costolo
Directed By:
Don Mischer
44. Marie-Louise ou la permission (1995)
5
3
Marie-Louise ou la permission
5
3
Role:
Marie-Louise
Starring:
Eric Ruf, Marie Caries, Pascal Ternisien, Yann Collette
Directed By:
Manuel Flèche

TV Shows

Devices and Desires
8
3
Devices and Desires
8
3
Starring:
Gemma Jones, James Faulkner, Tony Haygarth, Susannah York
Directed By:
John Davies
The Widow
24
10
The Widow
TV-MA
24
10
Role:
Georgia Wells
Starring:
Alex Kingston, Charles Dance, Jacky Ido, Ólafur Darri Ólafsson
Directed By:
Oliver Blackburn, Samuel Donovan
Couples
6
3
Couples
6
3
Starring:
Richard Beckinsale, Maureen Lipman, Carol MacReady, David Swift, Marjorie Yates
Directed By:
Gabrielle Beaumont, Jim Goddard, Roy Battersby, John Gorrie, Gareth Davies
Republicans, Get in My Vagina (2012)
5
5
Republicans, Get in My Vagina
5
5
Role:
Woman #3
Starring:
Judy Greer, Andrea Savage
Directed By:
Andrea Savage