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List of Kirsten Dunst Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. Marie Antoinette (2006)
42
8
Marie Antoinette
PG-13
42
8

Set in the French Revolution time-period, the film depicts the life of the iconic Queen of France. The Archduchess of Austria, a 14-year old Marie Antoinette is betrothed and then married to the Dauphin of France. The teenaged bride soon blooms to become the Queen of France and leads a life of opulence and luxury, only to face a doomed fate.

Role:
Marie Antoinette
Directed By:
2. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004)
64
15
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
R
64
15

The winner of the Academy award for best original screenplay, this science fiction romantic drama depicts the story of a couple–Joel and Clementine–who break up and resort to medical procedures to wipe out their own memories of each other. However, during the procedure Joel realises that he wants to save those memories.

Starring:
Directed By:
Michel Gondry
3. Melancholia (2011)
37
9
Melancholia
R
37
9

The second installment of Lars von Trier’s Depression Trilogy, Melancholia follows the two sisters Justine and Claire. The severely depressed Justine and the fearful Claire must come to terms with their destinies as a rogue planet named Melancholia heads on a direct collision course towards Earth.

Role:
Justine
Starring:
Directed By:
5. Interview with the Vampire: The Vampire Chronicles (1994)
45
13
Interview with the Vampire: The Vampire Chronicles
R
45
13

Based on Anne Rice’s novel of the same name, the movie tells the story of vampires Lestat de Lioncourt and Louis de Pointe du Lac and their turning of ten years old Claudia. The story is revealed as Louis is interviewed by reporter Daniel Molloy, who at the end is given the choice of becoming a vampire by Lestat. 

Starring:
Directed By:
Neil Jordan
Awards:
MTV Movie & TV Award for Best Breakthrough Performance
6. Spider-Man (2002)
66
18
Spider-Man
PG-13
66
18

Brilliant but socially awkward high school student Peter Parker gets bitten by a radioactive spider on a field trip and gains spider-like abilities and super strength. Following a family tragedy, he learns to use his superpowers only for good, as he faces an evil millionaire to save his aunt May and his crush Mary Jane Watson.

Role:
Mary Jane Watson
Directed By:
Awards:
MTV Movie & TV Award for Best Female Performance, MTV Movie & TV Award for Best Kiss
7. The Virgin Suicides (1999)
30
11
The Virgin Suicides
R
30
11

Set in 1970s, the film revolves around 5 teenaged Lisbon sisters growing up in Michigan’s upscale neighborhood. After the youngest sister Cecilia attempts suicide, their protective parents take the girls out of school and isolate them from the world. The film is narrated through the perspective of a group of neighborhood boys who are obsessed and intrigued by the mysterious sisters. 

Role:
Lux Lisbon
Directed By:
8. Spider-Man 2 (2004)
48
15
Spider-Man 2
PG-13
48
15

Despite desperate attempts to balance his life as crime-fighting neighborhood hero Spider-Man, Peter Parker's grades are falling, he loses his jobs regularly, and his love interest is engaged to someone else. Dejected, he gives up his alter ego, but eccentric scientist Dr. Otto Octavius, now tentacled villain Doctor Octopus, holds him responsible for a botched nuclear experiment.

Role:
Mary Jane Watson
Directed By:
9. Hidden Figures (2016)
28
10
Hidden Figures
PG
28
10

Inspired by Margot Lee Shetterly's 2016 non-fiction book, the movie is about three black female NASA mathematicians Katherine Johnson, Mary Jackson and Dorothy Vaughan. They struggle with gender and race discrimination to emerge as crucial brains behind one of NASA’s most significant missions—the launch of astronaut John Glenn into earth's orbit and his subsequent safe passage back.

Role:
Vivian Mitchell
Starring:
Taraji P. Henson, Kevin Costner, Jim Parsons, Mahershala Ali, Octavia Spencer, Janelle Monáe
Directed By:
Theodore Melfi
10. Elizabethtown (2005)
22
8
Elizabethtown
PG-13
22
8

The story focuses on an aspiring shoe designer, who has recently been shamed and fired from his high profile job. In desperation, he breaks up with his girlfriend and becomes suicidal. At this point, news comes that his father has passed away, requiring him to return to his hometown, Elizabethtown. On the way, he meets a lovely fight attendant. 

Role:
Claire Colburn
Directed By:
Cameron Crowe
11. Wimbledon (2004)
17
8
Wimbledon
PG-13
17
8

After slipping to the rank of 119, British tennis pro Peter colt decides to retire from competitive tennis. As he appears for his last Wimbledon, he meets Lizzie Bradbury, an American rising star and the two fall in love. Peter once again  starts winning games. But Lizzie's overprotective father objects to the liaison, fearing it will hamper her career.    

Role:
Lizzie Bradbury
Starring:
Paul Bettany, Sam Neill, James McAvoy, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Jon Favreau, Bernard Hill
Directed By:
Richard Loncraine
12. Little Women (1994)
13
6
Little Women
PG
13
6

Little Women is a family drama film, which tells the story of the March sisters, and their struggles to live and grow in a 19th century America that is struck by the Civil War, after their father leaves to fight for the Union Army. 

Role:
Younger Amy March
Starring:
Winona Ryder, Claire Danes, Donal Logue, Christian Bale, Gabriel Byrne, Eric Stoltz, Mary Wickes
Directed By:
Gillian Armstrong
13. Get Over It (2001)
12
7
Get Over It
PG-13
12
7

Based on William Shakespeare's play "A Midsummer Night's Dream,' the movie revolves around Berke Landers, a high school student who is going through a streak of hard luck. Surviving in a world where his ex-girlfriend is making his life bitter by dating a new hot guy in school, Berke decides to get her back. But the road to true love is never easy. Is it?

Role:
Kelly Woods
Starring:
Carmen Electra, Ben Foster, Swoosie Kurtz, Ed Begley Jr., Martin Short, Zoe Saldana, Mila Kunis
Directed By:
Tommy O'Haver
14. Mother Night (1996)
7
5
Mother Night
R
7
5
Starring:
Nick Nolte, Alan Arkin, John Goodman, Sheryl Lee
Directed By:
Keith Gordon
15. Jumanji (1995)
23
10
Jumanji
PG
23
10

The fantasy action-adventure movie revolves around the supernatural board game Jumanji. The game releases jungle-based real-life hazards on its players and traps young Alan Parish in the game. Twenty-six years later, Judy and Peter Shepherd release Alan from the game and must complete the game to reverse all the chaos the game has caused. 

Role:
Judy Shepherd
Starring:
Robin Williams, Bonnie Hunt, Bebe Neuwirth, Jonathan Hyde, Bradley Pierce
Directed By:
Joe Johnston
16. Dick (1999)
10
6
Dick
PG-13
10
6

Dick is a 1999 comedy film which tells the story of two teen girls who wander away from their White House tour and meets US President Nixon. However, after the President eats marijuana based cookies offered by them, he ends up leaking several secrets regarding the Watergate scandal.

Role:
Betsy Jobs
Starring:
Teri Garr, Ryan Reynolds, Will Ferrell, Michelle Williams, Dan Hedaya
Directed By:
Andrew Fleming
17. Midnight Special (2016)
9
7
Midnight Special
PG-13
9
7

After a cult tries to exploit 8 years old Alton Meyer who was born with extraordinary supernatural powers, his biological father, Roy, rescues the child. Now on the run from FBI and cult members, Roy must protect the child at all costs and help Alton to return to his real world. 

Role:
Sarah
Starring:
Michael Shannon, Jaeden Lieberher, Joel Edgerton, Sam Shepard, Adam Driver
Directed By:
Jeff Nichols
18. Drop Dead Gorgeous (1999)
9
6
Drop Dead Gorgeous
PG-13
9
6

Drop Dead Gorgeous is a romantic thriller comedy film, which revolves around the events of an annual beauty pageant in a small-town in Minnesota that turns ridiculously competitive and chaotic.

Role:
Amber Atkins
Starring:
Brittany Murphy, Adam West, Kirstie Alley, Denise Richards, Allison Janney, Amy Adams, Ellen Barkin
Directed By:
Michael Patrick Jann
19. High Strung (1991)
6
5
High Strung
PG
6
5
Starring:
Thomas F. Wilson, Fred Willard, Jim Carrey, Steve Oedekerk, Denise Crosby
Directed By:
Roger Nygard
20. Mona Lisa Smile (2003)
14
9
Mona Lisa Smile
PG-13
14
9

30 years old arts graduate, Katherine Ann Watson, starts teaching History of Art at Wellesley College, in Massachusetts, in 1953. Realizing many of her students and colleagues are still guided by conservative attitudes, she decides to inspire the young girls, particularly her conservative students like Joan and Betty to change their lives for the better. 

Role:
Betty Warren
Starring:
Julia Roberts, Julia Stiles, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Topher Grace, Krysten Ritter, Kristen Connolly, John Slattery
Directed By:
Mike Newell
21. Wag the Dog (1997)
11
8
Wag the Dog
R
11
8

A sex scandal that is about to expose the president at an inopportune time of pre-election period jeopardizes the president’s chances of being re-elected. Political consultant, Conrad Brean, and Hollywood producer, Stanley Motss, are appointed to contrive a war in Albania to divert the media attention away from the scandal and towards the fake war that projects the president as a hero. 

Starring:
Robert De Niro, Dustin Hoffman, Denis Leary, Jim Belushi, William H. Macy, Jay Leno, Woody Harrelson
Directed By:
Barry Levinson
22. How to Lose Friends & Alienate People (2008)
8
7
How to Lose Friends & Alienate People
R
8
7

On relocating to New York City after securing a job at the popular glossy magazine Sharps, British polemic journalist Sydney Young has a tough time, making blunders, being scorned by one and all until he learns to compromise. But one cannot live forever on a borrowed image and his true nature is soon revealed. 

Starring:
Brian Austin Green, Simon Pegg, James Corden, Toni Collette, Miriam Margolyes, Jeff Bridges, Megan Fox
Directed By:
Robert B. Weide
23. Crazy/Beautiful (2001)
11
4
Crazy/Beautiful
PG-13
11
4
Role:
Nicole Oakley
Starring:
Jay Hernandez, Bruce Davison, Herman Osorio, Miguel Castro
Directed By:
John Stockwell
24. The Cat's Meow (2001)
6
4
The Cat's Meow
PG-13
6
4

The Cat’s Meow is a drama film which revolves around the death of Thomas Ince, who was killed mysteriously in 1924 on a yacht. Several film stars were present during the incident, but no one seems to want to reveal anything.

Role:
Marion Davies
Starring:
Jennifer Tilly, Joanna Lumley, Eddie Izzard, Edward Herrmann, Cary Elwes
Directed By:
Peter Bogdanovich
25. Levity (2003)
7
3
Levity
R
7
3
Role:
Sofia Mellinger
Starring:
Holly Hunter, Billy Bob Thornton, Morgan Freeman, Manuel Aranguiz
Directed By:
Ed Solomon
26. The Beguiled (2017)
10
6
The Beguiled
R
10
6

During the Civil War, a wounded soldier John McBurney, takes shelter in an all-girls boarding school in Virginia. Due to his good looks, all the women are immediately fascinated by him. When he is able to move again, he thinks of staying at the school itself as a gardener, as he doesn’t want to return to battle again.  

Role:
Edwina
Starring:
Nicole Kidman, Colin Farrell, Elle Fanning, Oona Laurence
Directed By:
27. Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues (2013)
12
8
Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues
PG-13
12
8

As a sequel to a 2004 film, Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues is a 1980s-themed comedy that revolves around a San Diego news anchor, Ron Burgundy, who moves to New York to join a 24-hour news channel along with his former colleagues. Starring Will Ferrell as Burgundy, and other major stars, this film features family drama and hilarious professional rivalry too.

Starring:
James Marsden, Vince Vaughn, Christina Applegate, Paul Rudd, Chris Parnell, Meagan Good, Tina Fey
Directed By:
28. Upside Down (2012)
8
6
Upside Down
PG-13
8
6
Role:
Eden
Starring:
Jim Sturgess, Timothy Spall, Blu Mankuma, Nicholas Rose
Directed By:
Juan Solanas
29. All Good Things (2010)
10
4
All Good Things
R
10
4

Based on a true story, the film revolves around an insecure son of a powerful New York real estate tycoon, who marries a beautiful and free spirited student from working class background. Their once loving relationship begins to deteriorate once she becomes pregnant and very soon she contemplates leaving him. Then one day she goes missing. 

Role:
Katie Marks
Starring:
Frank Langella, Nick Offerman, Kristen Wiig, Ryan Gosling, Lily Rabe
Directed By:
Andrew Jarecki
30. Greedy (1994)
6
5
Greedy
PG-13
6
5

Rich and old Uncle Joe is surrounded by relatives who are waiting for him to die and leave his fortune to them. Things soon take a turn when their uncle decides to hire a new beautiful nurse named Molly.

Starring:
Michael J. Fox, Kirk Douglas, Phil Hartman, Ed Begley Jr., Nancy Travis, Olivia d'Abo
Directed By:
Jonathan Lynn
31. Bachelorette (2012)
12
8
Bachelorette
R
12
8

Bachelorette is a 2012 American comedy film, revolving around three friends who are asked to be bridesmaids at the wedding ceremony of a woman whom they used to ridicule back during their high school days. 

Role:
Regan
Starring:
Rebel Wilson, Isla Fisher, Lizzy Caplan, James Marsden, Paul Corning
Directed By:
Leslye Headland
32. Spider-Man 3 (2007)
31
18
Spider-Man 3
PG-13
31
18

Just as Peter Parker seems to have achieved a balance between school, love life, and his vigilante alter-ego, a new threat arises when his suit turns black, enhancing his powers and amplifying the dark side of his character. He also has to tackle his old-friend-turned-sworn-enemy Harry Osborn and bring to justice uncle Ben's real killer, the Sandman.

Role:
Mary Jane Watson
Starring:
Bryce Dallas Howard, Joe Manganiello, James Cromwell, Tobey Maguire, Bruce Campbell, Topher Grace, Willem Dafoe
Directed By:
33. Small Soldiers (1998)
13
5
Small Soldiers
PG-13
13
5

A toy company programs their2 sets of toys, ‘The Commando Elite’ and ‘The Gorgonites,’ with military technology that is used for steering missiles, enabling the toys to move and talk. In a suburban community, the two cliques acquire thinking capacity and creating their own weapons, the Commando Elite set out to destroy the peaceful Gorgonites, consequently putting the neighborhood humans in danger. 

Starring:
Tommy Lee Jones, Bruce Dern, Jim Brown, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Phil Hartman, George Harris Kennedy, Jr, Ernest Borgnine
Directed By:
Joe Dante
34. The Two Faces of January (2014)
8
4
The Two Faces of January
PG-13
8
4

The Two Faces of January is a romantic thriller film which tells the story of a con artist and his wife who land in deep trouble in Greece, after the former kills a detective.  Eventually, they have no choice but to seek help from a stranger who seems to be quite untrustworthy.

Role:
Colette
Starring:
Viggo Mortensen, Oscar Isaac, Daisy Bevan, Babis Chatzidakis
Directed By:
Hossein Amini
35. Bring It On (2000)
12
6
Bring It On
PG-13
12
6

Torrance Shipman, the newly-elected captain of the Rancho Carne High School’s 5-times champion cheerleading team, realizes that their impeccably composed routines were lifted by previous captain from East Compton’s hip-hop squad, Clovers. Now, with restricted time and escalating pressures, Torrance has to get her team ready; but the Clovers, too, are determined to get their deserved recognition. Which squad wins the title?

Role:
Torrance Shipman
Starring:
Eliza Dushku, Bianca Kajlich, Jesse Bradford, Gabrielle Union
Directed By:
Peyton Reed
36. The Devil's Arithmetic (1999)
8
4
The Devil's Arithmetic
8
4
Role:
Hannah Stern
Starring:
Mimi Rogers, Louise Fletcher, Brittany Murphy, Paul Freeman
Directed By:
Donna Deitch
37. On the Road (2012)
7
4
On the Road
R
7
4

Based on the popular novel of the same name, On the Road is an American adventure drama film, which tells the story of a young writer, whose life changes after he meets Dean Moriarty and Marylou. As they travel across the country, they encounter several people who make an impact on the journey. 

Starring:
Kristen Stewart, Terrence Howard, Garrett Hedlund, Tom Sturridge, Elisabeth Moss, Viggo Mortensen, Steve Buscemi
Directed By:
Walter Salles
38. Strike! (1998)
7
6
Strike!
PG-13
7
6
Role:
Verena von Stefan
Starring:
Rachael Leigh Cook, Lynn Redgrave, Hayden Christensen, Gaby Hoffmann, Tom Guiry
Directed By:
Sarah Kernochan
39. The Bonfire of the Vanities (1990)
7
4
The Bonfire of the Vanities
R
7
4

Based on a novel of the same name, this black comedy film tells the story of an investment banker, named Sherman McCoy who is quite wealthy and enjoys a luxurious life with his mistress Maria Ruskin. However, one day, he finds himself in a big mess when Maria accidentally kills an African-American teenager.

Starring:
Melanie Griffith, Richard Belzer, F. Murray Abraham, Kim Cattrall, Tom Hanks, Bruce Willis, Morgan Freeman
Directed By:
40. Fifteen and Pregnant (1998)
5
4
Fifteen and Pregnant
5
4
Role:
Tina Spangler
Starring:
Katee Sackhoff, Park Overall, David Andrews, Margot Demeter, Karen Trumbo
Directed By:
Sam Pillsbury
41. The Crow: Salvation (2000)
5
4
The Crow: Salvation
R
5
4

Alex Corvis receives the death penalty for the murder of his girlfriend Lauren, but before his death, he states that he is innocent and he still loves Lauren. Shortly after the execution, he is resurrected by a mystical crow, who also gifts him with supernatural abilities. He tries to prove his innocence and avenge his girlfriend’s death.  

Role:
Erin Randall
Starring:
Eric Mabius, Fred Ward, Jodi Lyn O'Keefe, William Atherton
Directed By:
Bharat Nalluri
42. Deeply (2000)
6
8
Deeply
6
8
Role:
Silly
Starring:
Lynn Redgrave, Julia Brendler, Trent Ford, Brent Carver
Directed By:
Sheri Elwood
43. Aspirational (2014)
8
3
Aspirational
8
3
Role:
Kirsten Dunst
Starring:
Lauren Robertson, Maria Blasucci
Directed By:
Matthew Frost
44. The Siege at Ruby Ridge (1996)
7
3
The Siege at Ruby Ridge
7
3
Role:
Sara Weaver
Starring:
Diane Ladd, Laura Dern, Randy Quaid, Darren E. Burrows, G.W. Bailey
Directed By:
Roger Young
45. Darkness Before Dawn (1993)
5
4
Darkness Before Dawn
5
4
Starring:
Meredith Baxter, Stephen Lang, Gwynyth Walsh, L. Scott Caldwell
Directed By:
John Patterson
46. The Second Bakery Attack (2010)
4
3
The Second Bakery Attack
4
3
Role:
Nat
Starring:
Brian Geraghty, Lucas Akoskin, Sherry Gordon
Directed By:
Carlos Cuarón
47. True Heart (1997)
6
4
True Heart
PG
6
4
Role:
Bonnie
Starring:
Zachery Ty Bryan, August Schellenberg, Dey Young, Michael Gross
Directed By:
Catherine Cyran
48. All Forgotten (2001)
4
4
All Forgotten
PG-13
4
4
Role:
Zinaida
Starring:
Julie Walters, Geraldine James, Nathaniel Parker, Nick Stahl
Directed By:
Reverge Anselmo
49. Luckytown (2000)
4
4
Luckytown
R
4
4
Role:
Lidda Doyles
Starring:
James Caan, Vincent Kartheiser, Luis Guzmán, Robert Miano
Directed By:
Paul Nicholas
50. Woodshock (2017)
5
3
Woodshock
R
5
3
Role:
Theresa
Starring:
Pilou Asbaek, Pilou Asbæk, Joe Cole, Jack Kilmer, Susan Traylor
Directed By:
Kate Mulleavy, Laura Mulleavy

Director

Welcome (2007)
9
7
Welcome
9
7
Starring:
Winona Ryder, John Hawkes, Alexandra Gold Jourden
Directed By:
Kirsten Dunst
Bastard (2010)
8
7
Bastard
8
7
Starring:
L.M. Kit Carson, Brian Geraghty, Lukas Haas, Callie Hardy, Juno Temple
Directed By:
Kirsten Dunst

Animation Movies

Majo no takkyûbin (1989)
23
6
Majo no takkyûbin
G
23
6

Majo no takkyûbin or Kiki's Delivery Service is a Japanese animated film adapted from Eiko Kadono 1985 novel. The movie follows a 13 year old witch Kiki, who as per her community tradition, moves to the seaside town of Korico to live independently for a year. She kick-starts her own flying delivery service but is soon faced with a challenge when she begins losing her magical powers.

Role:
Kiki (voice)
Starring:
Debbie Reynolds, Corey Burton, Phil Hartman, Minami Takayama, Rei Sakuma, Kappei Yamaguchi, Keiko Toda
Directed By:
Stories from My Childhood
8
2
Stories from My Childhood
8
2
Starring:
Bill Murray, Shirley MacLaine, Rob Lowe, Tim Curry, Lacey Chabert, Mickey Rooney, Jessica Lange
Directed By:
Ivan Ivanov-Vano, Roman Kachanov, Lev Atamanov
The Wonderful World of Disney
7
3
The Wonderful World of Disney
7
3
Starring:
Alan Thicke, Marion Ross, Malcolm McDowell, Blythe Danner, Mary-Kate Olsen, Jonathan Pryce, Tony Danza
Directed By:
Anastasia (1997)
18
7
Anastasia
G
18
7

In 1916, Anastasia, the daughter of Czar Nicholas II, gets separated from her grandmother. Years later, she is found by two con men but she has very vague memories of her childhood. The con men, who think she is just a look alike of the princess, decide to take her to her grandmother and earn a reward. However problems await them in form of Grigori Rasputin.

Role:
Young Anastasia (voice)
Starring:
Kelsey Grammer, Jim Cummings, Christopher Lloyd, John Cusack, Angela Lansbury, Bernadette Peters, Hank Azaria
Directed By:
Don Bluth, Gary Goldman
Kaena: La prophétie (2003)
5
3
Kaena: La prophétie
PG-13
5
3
Role:
Kaena (voice)
Starring:
Richard Harris, Tom Kenny, Keith David, Tara Strong, Michael Lonsdale, Cécile De France
Directed By:
Chris Delaporte, Pascal Pinon
The Animated Adventures of Tom Sawyer (1998)
3
3
The Animated Adventures of Tom Sawyer
3
3
Role:
Becky Thatcher (voice)
Starring:
Christopher Lloyd, Ross Malinger, Ryan Slater, Jane Mortifee
Directed By:
William R. Kowalchuk Jr.

TV Shows

Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey
23
2
Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey
TV-PG
23
2
Starring:
Seth MacFarlane, Marlee Matlin, Patrick Stewart, Richard Gere, Alfred Molina, Neil deGrasse Tyson, Marlee Matlin
Directed By:
Brannon Braga, Ann Druyan, Bill Pope
Fargo
45
6
Fargo
TV-MA
45
6
Role:
Peggy Blumquist
Starring:
Ewan McGregor, Kieran Culkin, Ann Cusack, Martin Freeman, Adam Goldberg, Michael Stuhlbarg, Francesca Eastwood
Directed By:
Michael Uppendahl, Keith Gordon, Randall Einhorn, Adam Bernstein, Colin Bucksey
Star Trek: The Next Generation
20
3
Star Trek: The Next Generation
TV-PG
20
3
Starring:
Paul Winfield, Majel Barrett, Ben Vereen, Leonard Nimoy, Famke Janssen, Ray Walston, Jean Simmons
Beastie Boys: Make Some Noise (2011)
9
1
Beastie Boys: Make Some Noise
9
1
Starring:
Mary Steenburgen, Will Arnett, Amy Poehler, Ted Danson, Jack Black, Elijah Wood, Rainn Wilson
Directed By:
Adam Yauch
ER
12
3
ER
TV-14
12
3
Starring:
Jessica Chastain, Tom Bosley, Miguel Ferrer, Jake Lloyd, John Leguizamo, Ed Asner, Alexis Bledel
Portlandia
10
4
Portlandia
TV-14
10
4
Starring:
Rose Byrne, Parker Posey, Matt Lucas, Jane Lynch, John Mulaney, Brigitte Nielsen, Selma Blair
The Outer Limits
10
2
The Outer Limits
TV-PG
10
2
Starring:
Victor Garber, Joely Fisher, Lou Diamond Phillips, Sheena Easton, Natasha Henstridge, Neil Patrick Harris, Ally Sheedy
Sisters
8
3
Sisters
8
3
Starring:
George Clooney, Christina Pickles, Lisa Robin Kelly, Carrie Snodgress, Tony Jay, Tamlyn Tomita, Diane Ladd
Directed By:
Kevin Inch, James A. Contner, Steven Robman, Harry Harris, Jan Eliasberg
On Becoming a God in Central Florida
8
3
On Becoming a God in Central Florida
TV-MA
8
3
Starring:
Julie Benz, Mary Steenburgen, Ted Levine, Mel Rodriguez
Directed By:
Tricia Brock, Rodman Flender, Charlie McDowell
CBS Schoolbreak Special
7
3
CBS Schoolbreak Special
7
3
Starring:
Corey Feldman, Veronica Cartwright, Patricia Arquette, Eli Wallach, Alfonso Ribeiro, Dermot Mulroney, Martin Sheen
Savage Garden: I Knew I Loved You (1999)
6
3
Savage Garden: I Knew I Loved You
6
3
Role:
Female Passenger
Starring:
Darren Hayes, Daniel Jones, Savage Garden
Directed By:
Kevin Bray
Gun
5
3
Gun
5
3
Starring:
Carrie Fisher, James Gandolfini, Daryl Hannah, Drake Bell, Edward James Olmos, Sean Young, Wil Wheaton
Directed By:
Touched by an Angel
6
3
Touched by an Angel
TV-G
6
3
Starring:
Alanna Ubach, Celeste Holm, John Amos, Hayden Panettiere, Debra Jo Rupp, John Ratzenberger, William Devane
Directed By:
Peter H. Hunt, Timothy Van Patten, Victor Lobl, Bethany Rooney, Stuart Margolin

Special Appearance/Cameo

New York Stories (1989)
8
4
New York Stories
PG
8
4

New York Stories is an anthology drama film which tells us three different stories, all of them taking place in New York. The first one tells the story of Lionel, a middle-aged artist, who is infatuated with his assistant. The second story revolves around a 12 year old girl who lives in a luxurious hotel. The third one deals with a New York lawyer dealing with his possessive mother.     

Role:
Lisa's Daughter (segment "Oedipus Wrecks") (uncredited)
Starring:
Holly Marie Combs, Julie Kavner, Adrien Brody, Martin Scorsese, Larry David, Mia Farrow, Debbie Harry
The Bling Ring (2013)
11
8
The Bling Ring
R
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The movie is based on the 2010 Vanity Fair article ‘The Suspects Wore Louboutins' which details the exploits of the real-life gang known as the Bling Ring, a group of fame-obsessed teenagers. They use the internet to track celebrities like Paris Hilton, Orlando Bloom, etc. and then rob their houses. 

Role:
Kirsten Dunst (uncredited)
Starring:
Emma Watson, Paris Hilton, Taissa Farmiga, Leslie Mann, Katie Chang, Israel Broussard, Claire Julien
Directed By:

Kirsten Dunst Awards

MTV Movie & TV Awards
Spider-Man Best Female Performance 2003
Spider-Man Best Kiss 2003
Interview with the Vampire: The Vampire Chronicles Best Breakthrough Performance 1995