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List of Mia Wasikowska Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. Jane Eyre (2011)
19
2
Jane Eyre
PG-13
19
2

As a child Jane Eyre was ill-treated by her abusive aunt before being further abused at the Lowood School. An 18 years old Jane takes up the post of governess to Adèle Varens at Edward Rochester’s estate. As Rochester and Jane get closer and start falling in love, Rochester’s secret past threatens to tear the two apart. 

Role:
Jane Eyre
Directed By:
Cary Joji Fukunaga
2. Lawless (2012)
15
2
Lawless
R
15
2

Inspired by a true-life story and set in 1931’s Prohibition era, this movie revolves around three Bondurant brothers who run a bootlegging business in Virginia. When the brothers refuse to pay bribe to the crooked new Special Deputy, Charles Rakes, he ruthlessly chases them in search of their distillery, triggering a brutal war between the locals and the corrupt authorities. 

Directed By:
John Hillcoat
3. Only Lovers Left Alive (2013)
14
3
Only Lovers Left Alive
R
14
3

Immortals and married for centuries, vampires Adam and Eve live apart and feed only on pure human blood uncontaminated by the 21st-century environment. But when Adam starts contemplating ending his life, Eve rushes to his side. Together, they must find their place in modern society before it’s too late. 

Role:
Ava
Starring:
Tom Hiddleston, Tilda Swinton, John Hurt, Jeffrey Wright, Anton Yelchin
Directed By:
Jim Jarmusch
4. Tracks (2013)
13
2
Tracks
PG-13
13
2

Tracks is an adventure drama film which tells the story of an Australian woman who embarks on a solo trip across the desert, accompanied only by her dog and four camels.

Role:
Robyn
Starring:
Adam Driver, Fiona Press, Lily Pearl, Philip Dodd
Directed By:
John Curran
5. Defiance (2008)
13
3
Defiance
R
13
3

In Belorussia during the WWII, four Jewish Bielski brothers escape the Nazi-occupied Poland to hide in the woods and are joined by other Jews. The eldest two brothers, Tuvia and Zus differ over future course of action. Tuvia works for survival of the self-contained community of over 1000 Jews, whereas Zus, who believes in going after Nazis, joins Russian Partisans.

Starring:
Daniel Craig, Liev Schreiber, Iddo Goldberg, Jamie Bell, Alexa Davalos, Allan Corduner
Directed By:
Edward Zwick
6. The Devil All the Time (2018)
13
2
The Devil All the Time
R
13
2

After fighting in the Second World War, Willard, a former US Marine get married and start a new life in a small town. However, few people with sinister motives make his life difficult.

Role:
Helen Hatton
7. That Evening Sun (2009)
12
2
That Evening Sun
PG-13
12
2
Role:
Pamela Choat
Starring:
Hal Holbrook, Ray McKinnon, Walton Goggins, Carrie Preston
Directed By:
Scott Teems
8. I Love Sarah Jane (2008)
12
2
I Love Sarah Jane
12
2
Role:
Sarah Jane
Starring:
Brad Ashby, Vladimir Matovic, Beau South, Peter Yacoub
Directed By:
Spencer Susser
9. The Kids Are All Right (2010)
12
3
The Kids Are All Right
R
12
3

Nic and Jules are a lesbian couple raising their two children Laser and Joni together. When the children contact the sperm donor Paul, to get to know him better, he becomes a part of their family and even starts having an affair with Jules. Complications arise leading the family to a confrontation. 

Role:
Joni
Directed By:
Lisa Cholodenko
10. Stoker (2013)
15
2
Stoker
R
15
2

India Stoker’s world comes tumbling down when her loving father Richard passes away in a car accident on her 18th birthday. Things get even more complicated when her previously unknown uncle Charlie comes to take care of the family. Sinister motives and revelations about Charlie will change India Stoker forever. 

Role:
India Stoker
Starring:
Nicole Kidman, Alden Ehrenreich, Dermot Mulroney, David Alford, Matthew Goode, Peg Allen
Directed By:
Chan-wook Park
11. Alice in Wonderland (2010)
17
2
Alice in Wonderland
PG
17
2

Produced by Walt Disney Pictures, Alice in Wonderland is loosely based on Lewis Carroll's fantasy novels and tells the story of a girl who has the power to slay the Jabberwocky, a dragon-like creature who is terrorizing the world. The film was praised for its visual style and special effects. 

Role:
Alice Kingsleigh
Starring:
Johnny Depp, Alan Rickman, Anne Hathaway, Helena Bonham Carter, Michael Sheen, Matt Lucas, Christopher Lee
Directed By:
12. Restless (2011)
11
2
Restless
PG-13
11
2

Restless is a romantic drama film which revolves around a teen girl who is terminally ill. She meets a young man who visits funerals of strangers without invitation, without any reason. She learns that he is trying to cope with the death of his parents, and soon they develop a strong bond.

Role:
Annabel Cotton
Starring:
Schuyler Fisk, Lusia Strus, Ryo Kase, Henry Hopper
Directed By:
Gus Van Sant
13. Bergman Island (2021)
11
2
Bergman Island
R
11
2

Bergman Island is a drama film which tells the story of Chris and Tony Sanders, a filmmaking couple, who travel to an island to write screenplays for their upcoming films. Over time, they are captivated by the beauty of the island, and soon the lines between reality and fiction start to blur, which begin to tear the couples apart.

Starring:
Tim Roth, Greta Gerwig
14. Crimson Peak (2015)
15
2
Crimson Peak
R
15
2

A young Edith Cushing is warned by her mother's ghost about Crimson Peak and after she grows up, her father opposes her relationship with charming English baronet Thomas Sharpe. However, following her father's sudden death, she marries Sharpe and with him and his mysterious sister Lucille, comes to his estate, which she learns is known as 'Crimson Peak'.

Role:
Edith Cushing
Starring:
Charlie Hunnam, Tom Hiddleston, Jessica Chastain, Jim Beaver
Directed By:
15. Albert Nobbs (2011)
12
3
Albert Nobbs
R
12
3

In 19th century Ireland, where women were not quite allowed to be independent, a woman poses as a man in order to find work as a butler, in the most elegant hotel in Dublin. Soon she meets a handsome artist and finds herself attracted to him.

Role:
Helen
Starring:
Glenn Close, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Brendan Gleeson, Pauline Collins, Antonia Campbell-Hughes
Directed By:
Rodrigo García
16. The Double (2013)
12
2
The Double
R
12
2

A shy and timid clerk, Simon, working in a government agency, finds his life taking an unusual turn, when a confident and charming lookalike, James, takes up a job in his workplace.  

Role:
Hannah
Starring:
Jesse Eisenberg, Noah Taylor, Wallace Shawn, Yasmin Paige
Directed By:
17. Blackbird (2020)
11
2
Blackbird
R
11
2
Role:
Anna
Starring:
Susan Sarandon, Rainn Wilson, Sam Neill, Kate Winslet
18. Alice Through the Looking Glass (2016)
15
2
Alice Through the Looking Glass
PG
15
2

After three years of traveling across the seas, Alice slips through the mirror to return to the Wonderland, where she meets all her old friends except Mad Hatter and learns that he is in a state of great shock because of his missing family. To save her loved ones, she must now travel into the past and to do that she must steal Chronosphere, an object that controls all of time in Wonderland.

Role:
Alice Kingsleigh
Starring:
Rhys Ifans, Sacha Baron Cohen, Stephen Fry, Meera Syal, Johnny Depp, Alan Rickman, Anne Hathaway
Directed By:
James Bobin
19. The Man with the Iron Heart (2017)
11
2
The Man with the Iron Heart
R
11
2

As the Nazi forces continue to expand their borders during the Second World War, two recruits of the Czech resistance in London are sent on a suicide mission to assassinate Reinhard Heydrich, a ruthless Nazi leader, who is known as the mastermind behind the ‘Final Solution’.

Role:
Anna Novak
Starring:
Rosamund Pike, Noah Jupe, Jason Clarke, Jack O'Connell
Directed By:
Cédric Jimenez
20. Maps to the Stars (2014)
10
2
Maps to the Stars
R
10
2

A multi-millionnaire child star is trying to bag a comeback after his return from rehab when his estranged sister turns up with dark family secrets. Meanwhile, an ageing actress is trying to return to the big screen with a remake of her deceased film star mother's movie.

Role:
Agatha Weiss
Starring:
Sarah Gadon, Olivia Williams, John Cusack, Carrie Fisher, Robert Pattinson, Julianne Moore, Carrie Fisher
Directed By:
21. Rogue (2007)
10
3
Rogue
R
10
3

Assigned to write about Northern Australia, American adventure-travel journalist Pete McKell joins a tourist group on a river cruise with guide Kate Ryan. But the cruise turns into terror when a massive 25-foot crocodile attacks the vessel. Kate steers the craft to a mud island amidst escalating hysteria. With rising tide and descending darkness, Kate and Pete team up to battle the cunning rogue.

Starring:
Sam Worthington, Michael Vartan, Radha Mitchell, John Jarratt, Stephen Curry
Directed By:
Greg McLean
22. Judy & Punch (2020)
10
2
Judy & Punch
10
2
23. The Turning (2013)
10
2
The Turning
R
10
2
Starring:
Hugo Weaving, Cate Blanchett, Rose Byrne, Colin Friels, James Fraser, Henri Phillips, Nikita Leigh-Pritchard
Directed By:
Jonathan auf der Heide, Tony Ayres, Jub Clerc, Robert Connolly, Shaun Gladwell
24. Suburban Mayhem (2006)
10
2
Suburban Mayhem
R
10
2
Starring:
Steve Bastoni, Laurence Breuls, Anthony Hayes, Emily Barclay
Directed By:
Paul Goldman
25. Amelia (2009)
10
2
Amelia
PG
10
2

Amelia Earhart is recruited to be the first woman who will fly over the Atlantic Ocean. However, she is disappointed to see that she did not get the fame she deserves. Therefore, she attempts to make a flight around the world, but unfortunately, she disappears while flying over the Pacific Ocean.

Starring:
Richard Gere, Hilary Swank, Ewan McGregor, Christopher Eccleston, Joe Anderson
Directed By:
Mira Nair
26. Madame Bovary (2014)
11
2
Madame Bovary
R
11
2

Madame Bovary is a romantic drama film which tells the story of a young girl named Emma Bovary, who impulsively marries a young doctor in order to get away from her father’s pig farm. However, over time, she gets bored of with her husband and her marriage, and she begins to seek excitement outside the bonds of marriage.

Role:
Emma Bovary
Starring:
Paul Giamatti, Rhys Ifans, Ezra Miller, Henry Lloyd-Hughes
Directed By:
Sophie Barthes
27. Damsel (2018)
10
2
Damsel
R
10
2
Role:
Penelope
Starring:
Robert Pattinson, Robert Forster, Joseph Billingiere, David Zellner
Directed By:
David Zellner, Nathan Zellner
28. Summer Breaks (2008)
11
2
Summer Breaks
11
2
Role:
Kara
Starring:
Richard Wilson, Leah Baulch, Dallas Bland, Emily Wheaton
Directed By:
Sean Kruck
29. Lens Love Story (2007)
10
2
Lens Love Story
10
2
Role:
Girl
Starring:
Kerry Walker, Damon Herriman
Directed By:
Sonia Whiteman
30. September (2007)
10
2
September
10
2
Starring:
Kieran Darcy-Smith, Alice McConnell, Clarence John Ryan, Xavier Samuel
Directed By:
Peter Carstairs
31. Piercing (2018)
10
2
Piercing
10
2
Starring:
Wendell Pierce, Maria Dizzia, Christopher Abbott, Marin Ireland
Directed By:
Nicolas Pesce
32. Madly (2016)
10
2
Madly
R
10
2
Starring:
Radhika Apte, Kathryn Beck, Justina Bustos, Zoë Castle, Mariana Chaud
Directed By:
Anurag Kashyap, Mia Wasikowska, Gael García Bernal, Sion Sono, Natasha Khan
33. Cosette (2007)
10
2
Cosette
10
2
Role:
Cosette
Starring:
Simon Bossell, Niki Owen
Directed By:
Samantha Rebillet
34. Skin (2007)
9
2
Skin
9
2
Role:
Emma
Starring:
Rhondda Findleton, David Roberts, Eloise Winestock
Directed By:
Claire McCarthy

Animation(s)

The Nightingale and the Rose (2015)
The Nightingale and the Rose
PG-13
Role:
Nightingale
Starring:
Geoffrey Rush, David Wenham, Sophie Lowe, Benedict Samuel
Directed By:
Brendan Fletcher, Barton Del Kathryn

TV Shows and Videos

In Treatment (2008)
In Treatment
TV-MA
Role:
Sophie (9 episodes, 2008)
Starring:
Alison Pill, Irrfan Khan, Dianne Wiest, Debra Winger, Gabriel Byrne, Dane DeHaan
Directed By:
Paris Barclay, Rodrigo García, Jim McKay, Melanie Mayron, Ryan Fleck
Disney Infinity 3.0 (2015)
Disney Infinity 3.0
Starring:
Drake Bell, Idina Menzel, Craig T. Nelson, Ginnifer Goodwin, Kristen Bell, Samuel L. Jackson, Daisy Ridley
Directed By:
Mo Davoudian
All Saints (1998)
All Saints
Starring:
Manu Bennett, Luke Hemsworth, Andy Whitfield, Eliza Taylor, Jai Courtney, Eric Bana, Bojana Novakovic
Alice in Wonderland (2010)
Alice in Wonderland
E10+
Starring:
Crispin Glover, Stephen Fry, Michael Sheen, Jared Butler, Ashley Bell, Leo Bill