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List of Margot Robbie Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. The Wolf of Wall Street (2013)
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The Wolf of Wall Street
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20

This biographical film focuses on the rise of Jordan Belfort from an entry-level employee at a brokerage firm to founding his own firm that engaged in massive security scams involving widespread corruption on Wall Street. However, his decadent lifestyle of sex, drugs and excess led to his downfall by attracting the attention of the FBI.

Role:
Naomi Lapaglia
Directed By:
2. Focus (2015)
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Focus
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10

Experienced con-man Nicky Spurgeon teaches rookie grifter Jess Barrett not to lose focus amidst unexpected situations, but decides to part ways after they become emotionally involved. Three years later, while working for a wealthy motorsport team owner to provide wrong information to his rival, Nicky seems to lose focus after realizing that Jess is his client's girlfriend.

Role:
Jess
Starring:
Will Smith, Adrian Martinez, Gerald McRaney, Rodrigo Santoro
Directed By:
Glenn Ficarra, John Requa
3. I, Tonya (2017)
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12
I, Tonya
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12

Tonya Harding, an extremely skilled figure skater, wins a lot of accolades when she becomes the first American woman to complete a triple axel during a competition in 1991. However, in 1994, her image is badly hurt when her ex-husband plots to harm another talented figure skater, Nancy Kerrigan. Consequently, Tonya is banned from participating in the national championship.

Role:
Tonya Harding
Directed By:
Craig Gillespie
4. The Legend of Tarzan (2016)
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The Legend of Tarzan
PG-13
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Tarzan, now known as John Clayton III, lives peacefully with wife Jane Porter in his ancestral mansion in London. He is invited by American envoy George Washington Williams to Congo to investigate possible enslavement of Congolese people by Belgian King Leopold II, while his old enemy, Chief Mbonga, blocks diamond mining until Tarzan is handed over to him.

Starring:
Christoph Waltz, Samuel L. Jackson, Alexander Skarsgård, Rory J. Saper, Christian Stevens
Directed By:
David Yates
6. About Time (2013)
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About Time
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9

About Time is the heartwarming tale of Tim Lake who is told by his father James that the men in his family can time travel. He uses this power to fall in love and improve his love life. But his numerous attempts to protect his loved ones only ends up proving to him that he cannot control fate. 

Starring:
Rachel McAdams, Domhnall Gleeson, Bill Nighy, Lydia Wilson
Directed By:
Richard Curtis
7. Suicide Squad (2016)
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Suicide Squad
PG-13
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Set in the DC Comics universe, Suicide Squad follows a band of supervillians who get recruited to be an elite kill squad while in prison, by a secret government agency, in exchange for shorter jail time. They soon realise that they were not selected for their skills, but to give the government a convenient fall guy.

Role:
Harley Quinn
Directed By:
David Ayer
8. Z for Zachariah (2015)
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Z for Zachariah
PG-13
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6

An apocalyptic event eliminates the human race, and Ann Burden, who has been living a secluded life on her family farm, may be the only survivor left. One day, she is visited by a man, John Loomis, in an anti-radiation suit, and soon he becomes a part of her life. Eventually a bond develops between the two.

Role:
Ann Burden
Directed By:
Craig Zobel
9. Goodbye Christopher Robin (2017)
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Goodbye Christopher Robin
PG
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4
Role:
Daphne Milne
Starring:
Richard McCabe, Vicki Pepperdine, Domhnall Gleeson, Will Tilston
Directed By:
Simon Curtis
10. The Suicide Squad (2021)
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The Suicide Squad
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8

A government intelligence officer manages to manipulate a group of supervillains to become part of a team to help them in a special mission, in exchange for shortened sentences. They are sent to a South American island named Corto Maletese, where their task is destroying a lab from the Nazi-era, as it houses several dangerous secret experiments. However, dealing with the military of Corto Maltese seems far more dangerous than they had imagined.

11. Birds of Prey: And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn (2020)
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Birds of Prey: And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn
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Based on DC Comics’ Birds of Prey, the film begins with Harley Quinn being thrown out on the streets of Gotham City after her break up with Joker.  Alone, unprotected and on the run, she has to go through all kinds of life threatening situation until she teams up with three deadly women; Huntress, Black Canary and Renee Montoya.  

Role:
Harley Quinn
Starring:
Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Rosie Perez, Ewan McGregor, Jurnee Smollett-Bell, Mary Elizabeth Winstead
Directed By:
Cathy Yan
12. Bombshell (2019)
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Bombshell
R
13
5

Being tired of her boss’s sexual harassment, Gretchen Carlson decides to file a lawsuit against Fox News.  Her bravery encourages several other ambitious and strong women to come forward by risking their careers, leading into a liberation movement.

Role:
Kayla Pospisil
Starring:
Charlize Theron, Nicole Kidman, Ashley Greene, Malcolm McDowell, John Lithgow, Kate McKinnon, Connie Britton
Directed By:
Jay Roach
13. Whiskey Tango Foxtrot (2016)
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Whiskey Tango Foxtrot
R
15
8

Kim Baker, an American journalist, goes to Afghanistan as a war correspondent for a short time. However, she not only ends up putting herself in danger to cover her stories, but also ends up staying for a much longer time than expected. 

Role:
Tanya Vanderpoel
Starring:
Tina Fey, Billy Bob Thornton, Martin Freeman, Alfred Molina
Directed By:
Glenn Ficarra, John Requa
14. Terminal (2018)
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7
Terminal
Not
12
7

Terminal is a crime drama thriller film which revolves around the lives of two assassins, a fatally ill teacher, a custodian, and a waitress. Their lives take a turn when they cross paths with a criminal mastermind who is seeking revenge, and they soon become part of a murderous plan.

Role:
Annie
Starring:
Mike Myers, Simon Pegg, Dexter Fletcher, Max Irons
Directed By:
Vaughn Stein
15. Suite Française (2014)
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Suite Française
12
7

When her husband is away at war, a lonely Frenchwoman named Lucile develops a romantic relationship with a German soldier named Lt. Bruno von Falk who is residing at her mother-in-law’s house.

Role:
Celine Joseph
Starring:
Matthias Schoenaerts, Kristin Scott Thomas, Lambert Wilson, Michelle Williams, Eric Godon, Deborah Findlay
Directed By:
Saul Dibb
16. Mary Queen of Scots (2018)
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Mary Queen of Scots
R
11
7

Mary Queen of Scots is a historical film which tells the story of the charismatic Mary Stuart, Queen of France, whose husband had passed away when she was only eighteen years of age. Instead of getting married again, she returns to her native Scotland, in order to claim her rightful throne. She attempts to overthrow Elizabeth I, her cousin, but things don't go as expected and Mary is condemned to years of imprisonment and eventually executed.

Role:
Queen Elizabeth I
Starring:
David Tennant, Guy Pearce, Saoirse Ronan, Angela Bain
Directed By:
Josie Rourke
17. Dreamland (2018)
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Dreamland
R
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4
Role:
Allison Wells
Starring:
Travis Fimmel, Garrett Hedlund
18. Slaughterhouse Rulez (2018)
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5
Slaughterhouse Rulez
R
4
5
Role:
Audrey
Starring:
Asa Butterfield, Michael Sheen, Simon Pegg, Nick Frost
Directed By:
Crispian Mills
19. Vigilante (2008)
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Vigilante
4
6
Role:
Cassandra
Starring:
Robert Díaz, Kazuya Wright, Ozzie Devrish, Lexie Symon
Directed By:
Aash Aaron
20. I.C.U. (2009)
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I.C.U.
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4
Role:
Tristan Waters
Starring:
Christian Radford, James Dean, Natalie Hoflin, Aash Aaron
Directed By:
Aash Aaron

TV Shows

Review with Myles Barlow
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2
Review with Myles Barlow
TV-MA
10
2
Starring:
Phil Lloyd, Amanda Bishop, Ivy Nehl, Craig Anderson
Directed By:
Trent O'Donnell
City Homicide
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3
City Homicide
8
3
Starring:
Craig McLachlan, Eliza Taylor, Rebel Wilson, Shane Bourne, Nadine Garner, Aaron Pedersen
Directed By:
Pino Amenta, Kevin Carlin, David Cameron, Nicholas Bufalo, Paul Moloney
Pan Am
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Pan Am
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9
Role:
Laura Cameron
Starring:
David Harbour, Christina Ricci, Ashley Greene, Michael Mosley, Karine Vanasse, Mike Vogel
Directed By:
Andrew Bernstein, John Fortenberry, Thomas Schlamme
The Elephant Princess
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The Elephant Princess
6
3
Starring:
Luke Hemsworth, Liam Hemsworth, Miles Szanto, Emily Robins, Maddy Tyers, Emilia Burns
Directed By:
Grant Brown, Colin Budds, Roger Hodgman, Daniel Nettheim
Neighbours
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Neighbours
TV-G
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6
Starring:
Chris Hemsworth, David Walliams, Jesse Spencer, Adelaide Kane, Matt Lucas, Ben Mendelsohn, Russell Crowe
Directed By:
Tony Osicka, Gary Conway, Chris Adshead, Jovita O'Shaughnessy, Steve Mann

Animation Movies

Peter Rabbit (2018)
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Peter Rabbit
PG
10
5

McGregor’s nephew Thomas moves into the family manor, but soon he is annoyed when he finds Peter Rabbit and his sisters in his vegetable garden. He thinks of a plan to get rid of them all.

Role:
Flopsy / The Narrator (voice)
Starring:
Rose Byrne, James Corden, Daisy Ridley, Sam Neill, Elizabeth Debicki
Directed By:
Will Gluck

Special Appearance/Cameo

The Big Short (2015)
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The Big Short
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12
3

Realizing the fragile United States housing bubble, eccentric hedge fund manager Michael Burry makes a huge bet against the housing market that attracts the attention of several opportunists like banker Jared Vennett and hedge-fund specialist Mark Baum. They make a fortune as the American economy collapse in the wake of the financial crisis of 2007–2008.

Role:
Margot Robbie (uncredited)
Starring:
Steve Carell, Selena Gomez, Karen Gillan, Ryan Gosling, Marisa Tomei, Christian Bale, Brad Pitt
Directed By:

Margot Robbie Awards

People's Choice Awards
Winner Favorite Action Movie Actress 2017