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List of Sandra Bullock Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. The Proposal (2009)
489
29
The Proposal
PG-13
489
29

Margaret Tate, a successful executive editor-in-chief of a New York publisher, learns that she is about to be deported back to Canada for violating visa terms, and quickly hatches a plan to marry her timid and abused assistant Andrew Paxton. Now having an upper hand, Andrew agrees to her plan despite both being closely monitored for committing fraud.

Role:
Margaret Tate
Directed By:
Anne Fletcher
2. Miss Congeniality (2000)
412
27
Miss Congeniality
PG-13
412
27

When notorious terrorist, The Citizen, threatens to bomb the Miss United States beauty pageant, the FBI decides to send an undercover agent as one of the contestants. Tough tomboy agent Grace Hart is the only suitable candidate for the role, but she must first learn how to dress, walk and behave like a beauty queen.

Role:
Gracie Hart
Starring:
Directed By:
Donald Petrie
3. While You Were Sleeping (1995)
369
28
While You Were Sleeping
PG
369
28

Chicago ticket seller, Lucy, has a secret crush on regular commuter ,Peter. One day, she saves him from certain death on tracks, and mistaking her as comatose Peter’s fiancée, his family welcomes Lucy as a member of their household. Then she comes in close contact with Peter’s brother Jack, which complicates the whole matter. What would happen when Peter awakens from coma?

Role:
Lucy
Starring:
Bill Pullman, Peter Gallagher, Jack Warden, Peter Boyle
Directed By:
Jon Turteltaub
4. The Blind Side (2009)
492
41
The Blind Side
PG-13
492
41

In this biographical sports-drama, Michael Oher, a homeless African-American teenager with a troubled childhood, is taken in by the Caucasian family of Leigh Anne Tuohy. With the help of his caring adoptive mother and a determined coach, he is able to attain his potential as a student and an NFL player, becoming an All-American offensive left tackle.

Role:
Leigh Anne Tuohy
Directed By:
John Lee Hancock
Awards:
Academy Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role, Golden Globe Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture - Drama
5. 28 Days (2000)
195
20
28 Days
PG-13
195
20

Gwen Cummings, who is a columnist for a big newspaper, ruins her sister’s wedding and crashes a stolen limousine, after which she is sent to a rehab center. During this time, she reevaluates her life and works towards becoming a better person and improving her life. 

Role:
Gwen Cummings
Starring:
Viggo Mortensen, Diane Ladd, Steve Buscemi, Dominic West, Elizabeth Perkins
Directed By:
Betty Thomas
6. The Net (1995)
230
26
The Net
PG-13
230
26

This 1995 action thriller tells the story of Angela Bennett, a computer programmer, who stumbles upon government secrets, after which she finds herself on the run from an unknown enemy who intends to completely destroy her. 

Role:
Angela Bennett
Starring:
Dennis Miller, Jeremy Northam, Diane Baker, Wendy Gazelle
Directed By:
Irwin Winkler
7. Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous (2005)
233
28
Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous
PG-13
233
28

After the events of Miss Congeniality, FBI agent Gracie Hart’s new-found fame and popularity have become a hindrance to her doing her job. When FBI agent Sam Fuller is made her bodyguard, the two don’t get along. But they have to work together when Hart’s friends Cheryl Frasier and Stan Fields are abducted. 

Role:
Gracie Hart
Starring:
Directed By:
John Pasquin
8. Hope Floats (1998)
258
27
Hope Floats
PG-13
258
27

Birdee returns to her hometown after she comes to know that her husband has been cheating on her with her best friend. She soon meets her childhood crush, and finds herself attracted to him.

Role:
Birdee Pruitt
Starring:
Harry Connick Jr., Gena Rowlands, Mae Whitman, Michael Paré
Directed By:
9. Speed (1994)
329
37
Speed
R
329
37

Speed is an action-packed thriller where a bomb on a bus is rigged to blow up if the speed of the bus falls below 50 mph. Set in Los Angeles, a brave cop, played by Keanu Reeves, tries to save the passengers on the bus with the aid of another passenger, portrayed by Sandra Bullock, before the bomb goes off.

Role:
Annie
Directed By:
Jan de Bont
Awards:
MTV Movie & TV Award for Best Female Performance, MTV Movie & TV Award for Most Desirable Female, MTV Movie & TV Award for Best On-Screen Duo
10. Two Weeks Notice (2002)
268
32
Two Weeks Notice
PG-13
268
32

Harvard-educated environmentalist counsel, Lucy Kelson, starts working for self-absorbed, womanizer billionaire, George Wade; but soon realizes that he expects her to do everything from choosing necktie to handling his divorce settlement. Exasperated, she gives notice and as her replacement, hires Harvard-graduate June Carter, who appears to be more interested in the boss than the job, making Lucy aware of her own feelings. 

Role:
Lucy Kelson
Starring:
Hugh Grant, Katheryn Winnick, Norah Jones, Robert Klein, Dana Ivey, Alicia Witt
Directed By:
Marc Lawrence
11. The Lake House (2006)
277
37
The Lake House
PG
277
37

Dr. Kate Forster vacates her Lake House when she moves to Chicago. She leaves behind a note for the next tenant in a mailbox which is discovered by architect Alex. The two begin corresponding and fall for each other; however, they realise that they are living two years apart. So as to be together, they have to solve the puzzle of their romance before it is too late.

Role:
Kate Forster
Starring:
Christopher Plummer, Keanu Reeves, Ebon Moss-Bachrach, Willeke van Ammelrooy
Directed By:
Alejandro Agresti
12. A Time to Kill (1996)
235
29
A Time to Kill
R
235
29

Heartbroken African-American father, Carl Lee Hailey, kills two rapists who raped and tried to hang his ten years old daughter, Tonya. He then recruits Jake Brigance to defend him. Unfortunately, Jake has to go up against not only an all-white racist jury in Canton, Mississippi but the Ku Klux Klan and racist US police officers.

Role:
Ellen Roark
Starring:
Matthew McConaughey, Samuel L. Jackson, Kevin Spacey, Kiefer Sutherland, Donald Sutherland, Chris Cooper, Samuel L. Jackson
Directed By:
13. Practical Magic (1998)
256
35
Practical Magic
PG-13
256
35

Sisters Sally and Gillian Owens are witches. Their family curse dictates that any man they fall in love with will die an untimely death. Sally suffers the fate and so does Gillian when her abusive boyfriend Jimmy dies. After they use a forbidden spell, Jimmy’s spirit returns with the intention of ending the Owens family. 

Role:
Sally Owens
Starring:
Nicole Kidman, Aidan Quinn, Camilla Belle, Dianne Wiest, Evan Rachel Wood, Stockard Channing
Directed By:
Griffin Dunne
14. Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood (2002)
145
24
Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood
PG-13
145
24

Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood is an American comedy drama film which revolves around Siddalee, a well-known playwright, who openly admits to having an unhappy childhood. This leads to her mother getting infuriated, which leads to a fight between them.

Role:
Sidda
Starring:
Maggie Smith, James Garner, Ellen Burstyn, Fionnula Flanagan, Cherry Jones
Directed By:
Callie Khouri
15. Premonition (2007)
184
28
Premonition
PG-13
184
28

This supernatural horror thriller revolves around a young woman named Linda who attempts to save her husband’s life after she experiences the days around his death in a non-chronological order. 

Role:
Linda Hanson
Starring:
Peter Stormare, Julian McMahon, Nia Long, Courtney Taylor Burness, Shyann McClure
Directed By:
Mennan Yapo
16. Love Potion No. 9 (1992)
104
18
Love Potion No. 9
PG-13
104
18

Love Potion No 9 is a romantic comedy film which revolves around Paul Matthews, who has a crush on his co-worker Diane. He is taken to a palmist named Madame Ruth, who sees no romance in his life, and therefore she decides to give him a small amount of love potion, which can enable a person to make people of the opposite sex become infatuated with them by just talking to them.

Role:
Diane Farrow
Starring:
Anne Bancroft, Tate Donovan, Dale Midkiff, Mary Mara
Directed By:
Dale Launer
17. The Heat (2013)
212
35
The Heat
R
212
35

This action comedy film tells the story of Sarah, an FBI agent, who comes to Boston to track down an elusive drug lord, so that she can gain a promotion. However, she is forced to work with Shannon, a skilled but foul mouthed and hot-heated police detective. Although they don’t like each other, they try to work together to bring down the drug lord.  

Role:
Ashburn
Starring:
Melissa McCarthy, Marlon Wayans, Thomas F. Wilson, Kaitlin Olson, Jane Curtin, Michael Rapaport
Directed By:
Paul Feig
18. In Love and War (1996)
73
13
In Love and War
PG-13
73
13

In Love and War is a biographical war romantic drama film which tells the story of a young man Ernest Hemingway, who is working as an ambulance driver during the First World War in Italy. When he gets seriously wounded, he ends up in a hospital, where he meets a nurse named Agnes. The two soon develop an attraction for one another.

Role:
Agnes von Kurowsky
Starring:
Alan Bennett, Mackenzie Astin, Chris O'Donnell, Margot Steinberg
Directed By:
19. Bird Box (2018)
172
41
Bird Box
R
172
41

When people see a mysterious supernatural force, they turn mad and kill themselves. After five years of avoiding the force, Malorie, Tom and two children set out on a journey that will lead them to safety. However, with Tom dead, Malorie finds herself on the treacherous journey alone with the kids and has to ensure they complete it blindfolded.

Starring:
Sarah Paulson, Rosa Salazar, John Malkovich, Jacki Weaver
Directed By:
Susanne Bier
Awards:
MTV Movie & TV Award for Most Frightened Performance
20. The Vanishing (1993)
89
23
The Vanishing
R
89
23

The Vanishing is a mystery thriller film which revolves around Barney, a disturbed professor who is intent on abducting a woman. Eventually, after numerous failed attempts, he manages to kidnap her while she is vacationing with Jeff, her boyfriend. Three years later, he decides to investigate and find out, what exactly happened to her.

Role:
Diane Shaver
Starring:
Jeff Bridges, Kiefer Sutherland, Nancy Travis, Park Overall
Directed By:
George Sluizer
21. Murder by Numbers (2002)
125
30
Murder by Numbers
R
125
30

Two intelligent high school students commit a ‘perfect’ murder of a young woman and ditch the body in the woods. When two homicide detectives are assigned to the case, they get engaged in an intellectual battle against the boys. 

Role:
Cassie Mayweather / Jessica Marie Hudson
Starring:
Ryan Gosling, Ben Chaplin, Nick Offerman, Michael Pitt, Agnes Bruckner
Directed By:
Barbet Schroeder
22. Demolition Man (1993)
139
38
Demolition Man
R
139
38

In 1996, police officer John Spartan and crime lord Simon Phoenix are cryogenically frozen after the former blows up a building to capture the latter, allegedly killing hostages. In 2032, Phoenix escapes while thawed for parole hearing and goes on rampage in a futuristic pacifist city, prompting Lieutenant Lenina Huxley to thaw Spartan and ask for help.

Role:
Lenina Huxley
Starring:
Sylvester Stallone, Wesley Snipes, Rob Schneider, Jack Black, Adrienne Barbeau, Denis Leary, Benjamin Bratt
Directed By:
Marco Brambilla
23. Forces of Nature (1999)
100
26
Forces of Nature
PG-13
100
26

Ben Holmes is supposed to reach Savannah, from New York, in order to make it to his wedding.  However, after his plane suffers an accident, he joins a young stranger in her rental car for a road trip to his waiting bride-to-be. However, nature seems to conspire against all his attempts to reach his destination.

Role:
Sarah Lewis
Starring:
Ben Affleck, Joe Pantoliano, Blythe Danner, Maura Tierney, Steve Zahn
Directed By:
Bronwen Hughes
24. The Thing Called Love (1993)
54
15
The Thing Called Love
PG-13
54
15
Role:
Linda Lue Linden
Starring:
River Phoenix, Dermot Mulroney, Samantha Mathis, K.T. Oslin
Directed By:
Peter Bogdanovich
25. Speed 2: Cruise Control (1997)
91
29
Speed 2: Cruise Control
PG-13
91
29

Alex Shaw surprises his girlfriend Annie with a Caribbean cruise vacation after keeping working on a SWAT team and then getting caught. But a demented passenger and former employee John Geiger hijacks the ship. Now it is up to Annie and Alex to survive Geiger and save the ship. 

Role:
Annie
Starring:
Lois Chiles, Willem Dafoe, Jason Patric, Temuera Morrison, Brian McCardie
Directed By:
Jan de Bont
26. Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close (2011)
74
23
Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close
PG-13
74
23

One year after his father's death in the 9/11 terrorist attacks, 9-year-old Oskar Schell finds a mysterious key left behind by his father and embarks on a scavenger hunt through New York City to find the lock it fits. Oskar, who has Asperger syndrome, is forced to communicate with people around him and arrives at a greater understanding of life.

Role:
Linda Schell
Starring:
Tom Hanks, Max von Sydow, Viola Davis, John Goodman, Thomas Horn
Directed By:
Stephen Daldry
27. Crash (2004)
127
45
Crash
R
127
45

Crash revolves around a few Los Angeles citizens as their lives get overturned by racial tensions and bigotry. Characters like a racist district attorney and his wife, racist cops, a victimized Middle Eastern store owner, two black carjackers, an African-American couple, a Hispanic locksmith, all serve as a thrilling commentary of the racial injustice running in the USA.  

Role:
Jean
Starring:
Terrence Howard, Matt Dillon, Thandie Newton, Brendan Fraser, Keith David, Jennifer Esposito, Tony Danza
Directed By:
Paul Haggis
28. Our Brand Is Crisis (2015)
64
22
Our Brand Is Crisis
R
64
22

Jane Bodine is an American political consultant who is tasked with managing the election campaign of Pedro Castillo, a controversial political figure of Bolivia. She faces competition from a long-term rival who is working for another candidate.

Role:
Jane
Starring:
Anthony Mackie, Billy Bob Thornton, Scoot McNairy, Ann Dowd
Directed By:
David Gordon Green
29. Gravity (2013)
212
85
Gravity
PG-13
212
85

Astronauts Dr. Ryan Stone and Matt Kowalski are left stranded in outer space while aboard a NASA space shuttle, due to flying debris from a Russian attack. Gravity is the saga of their survival against all odds.

Role:
Ryan Stone
Starring:
George Clooney, Ed Harris, Orto Ignatiussen, Phaldut Sharma
Directed By:
Awards:
People's Choice Award for Favorite Movie Duo
30. Two If by Sea (1996)
46
17
Two If by Sea
R
46
17

Roz is tired of the ways of her thieving boyfriend. However, she agrees to accompany him on a road trip to a village in New England where he is going to be fencing a painting that he acquired. They try to sort out their relationship as well but things get complicated because a federal agent is on their trail, seeking a priceless artwork that is unknowingly in their possession.

Role:
Roz
Starring:
Denis Leary, Yaphet Kotto, Mike Starr, Stephen Dillane
Directed By:
Bill Bennett
31. The Unforgivable (2021)
57
18
The Unforgivable
18
57
18

The Unforgivable is a crime drama film which tells the story of Ruth Slater, a woman who had murdered a sheriff twenty years prior, who had come to evict her and her little sister. After being released from prison, she begins to work two jobs and also searches for her estranged younger sister. However, one of the sons of the man she had killed begins to plan revenge against her.

Role:
Ruth Slater
Starring:
Jon Bernthal, Viola Davis
32. Fire on the Amazon (1993)
41
16
Fire on the Amazon
R
41
16
Role:
Alyssa Rothman
Starring:
Craig Sheffer, Juan Fernández, Judith Chapman, Ramsay Ross
Directed By:
Luis Llosa
33. All About Steve (2009)
83
35
All About Steve
PG-13
83
35

Mary and Steve meet on a blind date. Although Mary immediately falls for Steve, Steve does not feel the same way about her. Therefore, Mary decides to follow him as he travels all over the country, with the hope that she will be able to convince him that they are a perfect couple.  

Role:
Mary Horowitz
Starring:
Bradley Cooper, Katy Mixon, DJ Qualls, Ken Jeong, Keith David, Thomas Haden Church
Directed By:
Phil Traill
34. Loverboy (2005)
33
18
Loverboy
R
33
18
Starring:
Marisa Tomei, Kyra Sedgwick, John Legend, Kevin Bacon, Matt Dillon, Blair Brown
Directed By:
35. Gun Shy (2000)
35
17
Gun Shy
R
35
17

Turk Henry is an aging and pampered rock star who is on a vacation in Chile. Thing take an ugly turn when he finds out that his wife has been kidnapped. He finds that the local authorities are not very helpful, and therefore he is forced to set out to rescue her by himself, a mission which takes him through dangerous jungles and ruthless bandits.

Starring:
Liam Neeson, Michael Weatherly, Oliver Platt, Andrew Lauer, Michael DeLorenzo
Directed By:
Eric Blakeney
36. Wrestling Ernest Hemingway (1993)
42
21
Wrestling Ernest Hemingway
PG-13
42
21
Role:
Elaine
Starring:
Richard Harris, Robert Duvall, Shirley MacLaine, Adam Arkin
Directed By:
Randa Haines
37. Infamous (2006)
39
22
Infamous
R
39
22

Infamous is a crime drama film which revolves around a reckless woman who along with her new boyfriend, commits several robberies, on a cross-country trip. She soon becomes a sensation on social media after she decides to post her exploits online.    

Role:
Nelle Harper Lee
Starring:
Sigourney Weaver, Isabella Rossellini, Daniel Craig, Gwyneth Paltrow, Jeff Daniels, Toby Jones
Directed By:
Douglas McGrath
38. The Lost City (2022)
44
22
The Lost City
UA
44
22

Loretta is a reclusive author, who writes about exotic places in her adventure novels, featuring a handsome cover model named Alan. During one of her tours, she is kidnapped by a wealthy and eccentric man, who believes that she can help him find an ancient treasure. Alan attempts to rescue her, hoping that he can be a hero in real life as well.

Role:
Loretta Sage
Starring:
Channing Tatum, Brad Pitt, Daniel Radcliffe
39. Who Do I Gotta Kill? (1994)
26
7
Who Do I Gotta Kill?
26
7
Starring:
Anthony Michael Hall, Steve Buscemi, James Lorinz, Tony Darrow, John Costelloe, Vincent Pastore
Directed By:
Frank Rainone
40. Bionic Showdown: The Six Million Dollar Man and the Bionic Woman (1989)
29
10
Bionic Showdown: The Six Million Dollar Man and the Bionic Woman
29
10
Role:
Kate Mason
Starring:
Lee Majors, Lindsay Wagner, Richard Anderson, Jeff Yagher
Directed By:
Alan J. Levi
41. When the Party's Over (1993)
26
9
When the Party's Over
R
26
9
Role:
Amanda
Starring:
Rae Dawn Chong, Brian McNamara, Kris Kamm, Elizabeth Berridge
Directed By:
Matthew Irmas
42. Hangmen (1987)
28
11
Hangmen
R
28
11
Role:
Lisa Edwards
Starring:
J. Christian Ingvordsen, Rick Washburn, Dog Thomas, Keith Bogart
Directed By:
J. Christian Ingvordsen
43. Making Sandwiches (1998)
20
10
Making Sandwiches
20
10
Role:
Melba Club
Starring:
Eric Roberts, Matthew McConaughey, Beth Grant, Roger Birnbaum
Directed By:
Sandra Bullock
44. Who Shot Patakango? (1989)
24
13
Who Shot Patakango?
R
24
13
Role:
Devlin Moran
Starring:
Allison Janney, David Edwin Knight, Kevin Otto, Aaron Ingram, Brad Randall
Directed By:
Robert Brooks
45. The Preppie Murder (1989)
20
11
The Preppie Murder
20
11
Starring:
Lara Flynn Boyle, Danny Aiello, William Devane, Joanna Kerns, William Baldwin
Directed By:
John Herzfeld
46. Stevie Nicks & Sheryl Crow: If You Ever Did Believe (1998)
23
12
Stevie Nicks & Sheryl Crow: If You Ever Did Believe
23
12
Role:
Sally Owens
Starring:
Nicole Kidman, Sheryl Crow, Stevie Nicks
Directed By:
Rocky Schenck
47. Welcome to Hollywood (1998)
18
13
Welcome to Hollywood
R
18
13
Starring:
David Hasselhoff, Tom Arnold, Angie Everhart, Joel Schumacher, Carmen Electra, Kelly Preston, Ron Howard
Directed By:
Tony Markes, Adam Rifkin
48. Religion, Inc. (1989)
15
11
Religion, Inc.
R
15
11
Role:
Debby Cosgrove
Starring:
Jonathan Penner, George Plimpton, Gerald Orange, Wendy Adams
Directed By:
Daniel Adams
49. Lisa Picard Is Famous (2000)
18
14
Lisa Picard Is Famous
PG-13
18
14
Role:
Sandra Bullock
Starring:
Spike Lee, Melissa Gilbert, Mira Sorvino, Carrie Fisher, Charlie Sheen
Directed By:
Griffin Dunne

Director

Making Sandwiches (1998)
9
8
Making Sandwiches
9
8
Starring:
Eric Roberts, Matthew McConaughey, Beth Grant, Roger Birnbaum
Directed By:
Sandra Bullock

TV Shows

Action
12
3
Action
12
3
Starring:
Salma Hayek, Maya Rudolph, Tony Hawk, Keanu Reeves, David Hasselhoff, Illeana Douglas
Directed By:
John Whitesell, John Fortenberry
Starting from Scratch
8
2
Starting from Scratch
8
2
Starring:
Joely Fisher, Connie Stevens, Nita Talbot, Bill Daily, Heidi Helmer
Directed By:
Stan Harris, Phil Ramuno, Ari Dikijian, Perry Rosemond
Two Weeks Notice: Additional Scenes (2003)
8
2
Two Weeks Notice: Additional Scenes
8
2
Role:
Lucy Kelson
Starring:
Hugh Grant, Heather Burns, David Haig, Dana Ivey
George Lopez
27
14
George Lopez
TV-PG
27
14
Starring:
Danny Trejo, Lou Diamond Phillips, Paris Hilton, Barbara Eden, Mario Lopez, Edward James Olmos, Brenda Song
Directed By:
Joe Regalbuto, John Pasquin, Bob Koherr, Victor Gonzalez, Gerry Cohen
Working Girl
7
3
Working Girl
7
3
Role:
Tess McGill
Starring:
George Newbern, Eyde Byrde, Anthony Tyler Quinn, Judy Prescott
Directed By:
Matthew Diamond
Lucky Chances
7
3
Lucky Chances
7
3
Role:
Maria Santangelo
Starring:
David McCallum, Elisabeth Moss, Eric Braeden, Stephanie Beacham, Vincent Irizarry
Directed By:
Buzz Kulik

Narrator/Dubbing

Aningaaq (2013)
12
5
Aningaaq
PG
12
5
Role:
Dr. Ryan Stone (voice)
Starring:
Orto Ignatiussen, Lajla Lange, Maligiaq Fredeik, Lange Siegstad
Directed By:
Jonás Cuarón

Animation Movies

The Prince of Egypt (1998)
10
4
The Prince of Egypt
PG
10
4

The Disney adaptation of the Book of Exodus is an animated retelling of the life of Moses. It follows Moses’ journey from an Egyptian prince, to his final destination of leading the Hebrew slaves in Egypt to their freedom, to Mount Sinai, away from his brother Pharaoh Rameses II. 

Role:
Miriam (voice)
Starring:
Val Edward Kilmer, Patrick Stewart, Danny Glover, Michelle Pfeiffer, Helen Mirren, Ralph Fiennes, Jeff Goldblum
Directed By:
Brenda Chapman, Steve Hickner, Simon Wells
Minions (2015)
10
6
Minions
PG
10
6

From time immemorial, Minions have served despicable masters from T-rex to Napoleon, but are now master-less after managing to always harm their masters in some way. While searching for a new evil boss, Kevin, Stuart and Bob join the service of Scarlett Overkill, but enrage her with more blunders, threatening the survivals of their entire species.

Role:
Scarlet Overkill (voice)
Starring:
Steve Carell, Steve Coogan, Hiroyuki Sanada, Tara Strong, Michael Keaton, Jon Hamm, Jim Cummings
Directed By:
Kyle Balda, Pierre Coffin

Sandra Bullock Awards

Academy Awards
The Blind Side Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role 2010
Golden Globe Awards
The Blind Side Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture - Drama 2010
People's Choice Awards
Winner Favorite Movie Actress 2016
Winner Favorite Movie Actress 2014
Gravity Favorite Movie Duo 2014
Winner Favorite Comedic Movie Actress 2014
Winner Favorite Dramatic Movie Actress 2014
Winner Favorite Movie Actress 2010
Winner Favorite Female Movie Star 2006
Winner Favorite Motion Picture Actress 1999
Winner Favorite Motion Picture Actress 1997
Winner Favorite Motion Picture Actress 1996
MTV Movie & TV Awards
Bird Box Most Frightened Performance 2019
Speed Best Female Performance 1995
Speed Most Desirable Female 1995
Speed Best On-Screen Duo 1995