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List of Taissa Farmiga Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. The Final Girls (2015)
28
9
The Final Girls
PG-13
28
9

A young girl is unable to get over the loss of her mother, an actress who used to act in horror films. Things get interesting, when along with her friends, she gets transported into the world of her mother’s most famous movie.

Role:
Max Cartwright
Starring:
Directed By:
Todd Strauss-Schulson
2. 6 Years (2015)
12
6
6 Years
12
6
Role:
Melanie Clark
Starring:
Ben Rosenfield, Lindsay Burdge, Joshua Leonard, Jennifer Lafleur
Directed By:
Hannah Fidell
3. At Middleton (2013)
8
4
At Middleton
R
8
4

Edith Martin, a retailer, and her daughter Audrey, arrive for a campus tour of the Middleton College, where they meet George Hartman, a surgeon, who has arrived with his unmotivated son Conrad. Edith and George borrow two bikes and explore the campus by themselves, and in the process they emotionally connect with one another.

Role:
Audrey Martin
Starring:
Vera Farmiga, Tom Skerritt, Andy Garcia, Spencer Rocco Lofranco, Nicholas Braun
Directed By:
Adam Rodgers
4. Anna (2013)
10
5
Anna
R
10
5

A detective, who can enter people’s memories to investigate, takes on the case of a brilliant but troubled teen girl in order to determine if she is a murderous sociopath or a victim of trauma.  He soon finds himself drawn to her, but at the same time is suspicious of her motives.

Starring:
Indira Varma, Noah Taylor, Mark Strong, Saskia Reeves, Richard Dillane
Directed By:
Jorge Dorado
5. Jamesy Boy (2014)
7
4
Jamesy Boy
7
4

It’s based on true life story. Teenager James Burns, who has been in juvenile detention, gets into many criminal activities while working for a street gang and thus lands in a maximum security prison. Amidst the tough criminals, he tries to keep to himself by writing poetry. With a guiding help from a murder convict, Conrad, James determinedly continues to better himself.

Role:
Sarah
Starring:
Directed By:
Trevor White
7. The Long Dumb Road (2018)
6
4
The Long Dumb Road
R
6
4
8. In a Valley of Violence (2016)
8
5
In a Valley of Violence
R
8
5

Along with his dog, Abbie, Paul makes his way towards Mexico through the desert of the Old West. In his attempt to take a shorter route, they end up in a deserted town, where they are forced to fight against a bunch of misfits.   

Role:
Mary-Anne
Starring:
Directed By:
Ti West
9. The Nun (2018)
32
23
The Nun
R
32
23
Role:
Sister Irene
Starring:
Demián Bichir, Bonnie Aarons, Jonny Coyne, Charlotte Hope
Directed By:
Corin Hardy
10. Rules Don't Apply (2016)
6
5
Rules Don't Apply
PG-13
6
5

Rules Don’t Apply is a romantic comedy drama film which tells the story of Maria Mabrey, an aspiring actress, who is under a contract with RKO Pictures, owned by Howard Hughes. She meets Frank Forbes, a driver working for Hughes, who is assigned the task of picking her up to take her to her singing and dancing classes. Even though her contract forbids her from dating an employee, over some time, she begins to fall for Frank.

Directed By:
11. The Bling Ring (2013)
20
15
The Bling Ring
R
20
15

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:
Sam
Starring:
Emma Watson, Paris Hilton, Leslie Mann, Kirsten Dunst, Katie Chang, Israel Broussard, Claire Julien
Directed By:
12. We Have Always Lived in the Castle (2018)
7
4
We Have Always Lived in the Castle
Not
7
4
Role:
Merricat Blackwood
Starring:
Sebastian Stan, Crispin Glover, Paula Malcomson, Alexandra Daddario, Sebastian Stan
Directed By:
Stacie Passon
13. John and the Hole (2021)
3
3
John and the Hole
R
3
3
Role:
Laurie
Starring:
Michael C. Hall
14. Buried Child (2016)
7
3
Buried Child
7
3
Role:
Shelly
Starring:
Ed Harris, Amy Madigan, Larry Pine, Rich Sommer
Directed By:
David Horn
15. What They Had (2018)
7
4
What They Had
7
4
Role:
Emma Ertz
Starring:
Hilary Swank, Michael Shannon, Blythe Danner, Josh Lucas
Directed By:
Elizabeth Chomko
16. Share (2015)
6
4
Share
6
4
Role:
Krystal Williams
Starring:
Keir Gilchrist, Andre Royo, Madisen Beaty, Audie Metcalf
Directed By:
Pippa Bianco

Animation Movies

Justice League Dark: Apokolips War (2020)
13
4
Justice League Dark: Apokolips War
R
13
4

Darkseid and his armies fail to conquer Earth, two times, but the third time, he decides to spy on The Justice League, Earth’s protectors, through Cyborg. This helps him launch a successful attack and many of the League and their allies are killed, while those who survive are placed into slavery by Darkseid. However, two years later, the survivors decide to regroup to take on Darkseid and save humanity.

Role:
Raven (voice)
Starring:
Rainn Wilson, Rosario Dawson, Shemar Moore, Roger Cross, Christopher Gorham
Directed By:
Matt Peters, Christina Sotta
Teen Titans: The Judas Contract (2017)
9
4
Teen Titans: The Judas Contract
PG-13
9
4
Role:
Raven (voice)
Starring:
Christina Ricci, Miguel Ferrer, Kevin Smith, Jake T. Austin, Stuart Allan, Sean Maher
Directed By:
Sam Liu
Justice League vs. Teen Titans (2016)
10
5
Justice League vs. Teen Titans
PG-13
10
5
Role:
Raven (voice)
Starring:
Jon Bernthal, Jake T. Austin, Shemar Moore, Rosario Dawson, Christopher Gorham, Jerry O'Connell
Directed By:
Sam Liu

TV Shows

American Horror Story
22
6
American Horror Story
TV-MA
22
6
Starring:
Evan Peters, Sarah Paulson, Neil Patrick Harris, Matt Bomer, Kathy Bates, Gabourey Sidibe, Emma Roberts
Directed By:
Wicked City
6
3
Wicked City
TV-14
6
3
Role:
Karen McClaren
Starring:
Ed Westwick, Joe Walsh, Jeremy Sisto, Gabriel Luna, Jaime Ray Newman, Evan Ross
Directed By:
Jon Cassar
The Twilight Zone
5
4
The Twilight Zone
TV-MA
5
4
Role:
Annie
Starring:
Ginnifer Goodwin, Kumail Nanjiani, Steven Yeun, Jordan Peele
Directed By:
Owen Harris, Ana Lily Amirpour, Mathias Herndl