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List of Liam Hemsworth Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. The Dressmaker (2015)
48
6
The Dressmaker
R
48
6

The Dressmaker is an Australian comedy-drama film, which revolves around a woman Myrtle, who was accused of murder when she was a child.  Years later, she returns to her small town in rural Australia, to seek revenge on the people who did her wrong. 

Role:
Teddy McSwiney
Starring:
Kate Winslet, Hugo Weaving, Judy Davis, Julia Blake
Directed By:
Jocelyn Moorhouse
2. The Hunger Games: Catching Fire (2013)
60
9
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
PG-13
60
9

An uprising erupts after Katniss Everdeen and Peeta Mellark are announced co-winners of the 74th Hunger Games. Furious, President Snow visits her ahead of the Victory Tour and warns her of dire consequences if she fails to convince the crowds that she has chosen to die with Peeta out of love, and not to defy him.

Role:
Gale Hawthorne
Directed By:
Francis Lawrence
3. The Last Song (2010)
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7
The Last Song
PG
41
7

17 years old rebellious teenager, Ronnie Miller, is sent along with her brother Jonah to spend the summer with their estranged father Steve Miller in Georgia. Ronnie a piano prodigy hates the place, until a chance encounter with local Will Blakelee. As the two start falling in love, Ronnie mends her relationship with her terminally ill father. 

Role:
Will Blakelee
Starring:
Kelly Preston, Greg Kinnear, Miley Cyrus, Bobby Coleman, Hallock Beals
Directed By:
Julie Anne Robinson
4. The Hunger Games (2012)
28
10
The Hunger Games
PG-13
28
10

The movie is based on the eponymous novel by Suzanne Collins and is the first in The Hunger Games film series. In a fictional nation of Panem, in a dystopian post-apocalyptic future, Katniss Everdeen willingly replaces her sister in a televised competition wherein two teenagers from each of the twelve districts of the nation are selected as ‘tributes’ and compelled to fight to the death.

Role:
Gale Hawthorne
Directed By:
Gary Ross
Awards:
People's Choice Award for Favorite On-Screen Chemistry
5. Independence Day: Resurgence (2016)
20
8
Independence Day: Resurgence
PG-13
20
8

The long-awaited sequel to 1996 movie Independence Day, finds Earth and all of its nations uniting to avoid extinction at the hands of an alien invasion. While the defense program Earth Space Defense now uses alien technology, they are not prepared for the alien Harvester Queen and her massive army.  

Role:
Jake Morrison
Starring:
Directed By:
Roland Emmerich
6. The Expendables 2 (2012)
23
10
The Expendables 2
R
23
10

Barney Ross reunites with his band of old-school mercenaries for an easy assignment from Mr. Church; however, their newest colleague, Billy the Kid, is taken hostage and killed during the mission. Driven by vengeance, the group races to stop international criminal and arms dealer Jean Vilain from acquiring five tons of refined plutonium.

Directed By:
Simon West
7. Triangle (2009)
9
4
Triangle
R
9
4

Triangle is a psychological horror film which revolves around Jess, who along with her friends go on a trip out at the sea on a yacht. They are all forced to jump onto another ship, after encountering mysterious and terrible weather conditions. However, all is not as it seems because although there is food in the dining room, the ship appears to be deserted.

Starring:
Melissa George, Joshua McIvor, Jack Taylor, Michael Dorman
Directed By:
Christopher Smith
8. Paranoia (2013)
10
5
Paranoia
PG-13
10
5

Billionaire Nicholas Wyatt blackmails and threatens his employee Adam Cassidy into becoming a corporate spy. The movie follows Adam's attempts to infiltrate the company run by Wyatt's former mentor. The drama-thriller is loosely based on a 2004 novel of the same name.

Role:
Adam Cassidy
Directed By:
Robert Luketic
9. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 (2014)
17
8
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1
PG-13
17
8

Based on Suzanne Collins’s final novel – Mockingjay – in the trilogy The Hunger Games, the movie follows Katniss Everdeen as she reaches District 13 and unwillingly agrees to become a symbol of rebellion under the command of President Coin to save Peeta and the nation.

Role:
Gale Hawthorne
Directed By:
Francis Lawrence
10. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2 (2015)
14
7
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2
PG-13
14
7

In this final movie of The Hunger Games franchise, Katniss Everdeen escapes the clutches of President Coin to join the ‘Star Squad’. The squad infiltrates the Capitol and brings down President Snow and the Capitol. Unfortunately, Coin’s betrayal ends up killing Prim and Katniss executes Coin who plans to bring the Hunger Games back.

Role:
Gale Hawthorne
Directed By:
Francis Lawrence
11. Love and Honor (2013)
12
7
Love and Honor
PG-13
12
7

During the time of the Vietnam War, Dalton is a young soldier who wishes to survive the War and get back home to Jane, his girlfriend. However, he learns that Jane has become an anti-war activist, and she breaks up with him over a letter. Therefore, he goes back to the US, along with his friend, and pretends to be a deserter, in order to win her back.  

Role:
Mickey Wright
Starring:
Teresa Palmer, Austin Stowell, Aimee Teegarden, Chris Lowell
Directed By:
Danny Mooney
12. Cut Bank (2014)
6
4
Cut Bank
R
6
4

Cut Bank is a thriller film which revolves around a young man in a small town in Montana who gets involved in a murder case, after he and his girlfriend become the only witness to the crime.  

Starring:
Bruce Dern, Michael Stuhlbarg, Billy Bob Thornton, John Malkovich, Teresa Palmer, Joyce Robbins
Directed By:
Matt Shakman
13. Arkansas (2020)
5
4
Arkansas
R
5
4
Role:
Kyle
Starring:
Vivica A. Fox, Vince Vaughn, John Malkovich, Michael K. Williams, Clark Duke, Michael Kenneth Williams
Directed By:
Clark Duke
14. The Duel (2016)
9
6
The Duel
R
9
6

The Duel is a western drama film which tells the story of David, a ranger who heads to a small town to investigate a series of disappearances and deaths of local people. He is particularly searching for Maria, the missing niece of a Mexican general. It soon seems that the preacher is keeping the townsfolk in some kind of fear. He also tries to make things difficult for David.

Role:
David Kingston
Starring:
Woody Harrelson, Alice Braga, Emory Cohen, Felicity Price
Directed By:
Kieran Darcy-Smith
15. Knowing (2009)
11
8
Knowing
PG-13
11
8

In 1959, guided by mysterious voices, elementary school student Lucinda writes down the dates and death tolls of major catastrophes that would take place over the next fifty years. In 2009, 9-year-old Caleb finds her predictions and tries to prevent an upcoming catastrophe.  

Starring:
Nicolas Cage, Rose Byrne, Ben Mendelsohn, Chandler Canterbury, Lara Robinson, D.G. Maloney
Directed By:
Alex Proyas
16. Killerman (2018)
6
4
Killerman
R
6
4
Role:
Moe
Starring:
Zlatko Buric, Emory Cohen, Diane Guerrero, Suraj Sharma
Directed By:
Malik Bader
17. Empire State (2013)
6
8
Empire State
R
6
8

Empire State is a crime drama thriller film which tells the story of Chris, who is forced to take up a low-paying job as a security guard in a company after he failed to get into the police academy. He loses his friend during a robbery but the company doesn’t give the family the full compensation. Therefore, Chris decides to steal some of the money he is guarding to give to his partner’s widow.

Role:
Chris Potamitis
Starring:
Chris Diamantopoulos, Dwayne Johnson, Emma Roberts, Michael Angarano, Paul Ben-Victor, Jerry Ferrara
Directed By:
Dito Montiel

TV Shows

Workaholics
28
7
Workaholics
TV-14
28
7
Starring:
Dolph Lundgren, Ben Stiller, Kevin Hart, Tom Green, Thomas F. Wilson, Brittany Snow, Alexandra Daddario
Directed By:
Kyle Newacheck, Jay Karas, Adam Newacheck, Chris Koch, Tristram Shapeero
Miley Cyrus: When I Look at You (2010)
7
3
Miley Cyrus: When I Look at You
7
3
Role:
Liam Hemsworth
Starring:
Miley Cyrus
Directed By:
Adam Shankman
United World News Special: The War of 1996, a Special Report (2016)
7
2
United World News Special: The War of 1996, a Special Report
7
2
Role:
Jake Morrison
Starring:
Jeff Goldblum, Chin Han
The Muppets.
10
3
The Muppets.
TV-PG
10
3
Starring:
Ed Helms, Laurence Fishburne, Chelsea Handler, Jason Bateman, Christina Applegate, RuPaul, Josh Groban
Directed By:
Randall Einhorn, Matt Sohn
Satisfaction
7
3
Satisfaction
7
3
Starring:
Luke Hemsworth, Sullivan Stapleton, Bojana Novakovic, Kestie Morassi, Madeleine West, Alison Whyte, Diana Glenn
Directed By:
Paul Moloney, Ken Cameron, Steve Jodrell, Daina Reid, Catriona McKenzie
McLeod's Daughters
9
3
McLeod's Daughters
TV-14
9
3
Starring:
Andy Whitfield, Craig McLachlan, Sullivan Stapleton, Aaron Jeffery, Rachael Carpani, Simmone Mackinnon, Bridie Carter
Directed By:
Richard Jasek, Arnie Custo, Chris Martin-Jones, Karl Zwicky, Steve Jodrell
The Elephant Princess
5
3
The Elephant Princess
5
3
Starring:
Margot Robbie, Luke Hemsworth, Miles Szanto, Emily Robins, Maddy Tyers, Emilia Burns
Directed By:
Grant Brown, Colin Budds, Roger Hodgman, Daniel Nettheim
Neighbours
5
4
Neighbours
TV-G
5
4
Starring:
Guy Pearce, Chris Hemsworth, Eliza Taylor, Jesse Spencer, David Walliams, Adelaide Kane, Matt Lucas
Directed By:
Tony Osicka, Gary Conway, Chris Adshead, Jovita O'Shaughnessy, Steve Mann
Home and Away
5
6
Home and Away
5
6
Starring:
Jason Clarke, Martin Henderson, Dominic Purcell, Michael Palin, Samara Weaving, Brenton Thwaites, Daniel Lissing
Directed By:
David Gould, Geoffrey Nottage, Scott Hartford-Davis, Danny Raco, Mark Piper

Liam Hemsworth Awards

People's Choice Awards
The Hunger Games Favorite On-Screen Chemistry 2013