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List of Teresa Palmer Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. Hacksaw Ridge (2016)
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3
Hacksaw Ridge
R
36
3

Based on the 2004 documentary The Conscientious Objector, the movie narrates the true story of WWII American Army Medic, Desmond T. Doss. As a conscientious objector, he refused to carry or use any weapon/firearm during the Battle of Okinawa but still managed to rescue and treat 75 men. He won Congressional Medal of Honor for his bravery.

Starring:
Hugo Weaving, Sam Worthington, Vince Vaughn, Andrew Garfield, Richard Pyros, Jacob Warner, Milo Gibson
Directed By:
2. The Choice (2016)
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6
The Choice
PG-13
49
6

Although quite popular with women, Travis Shaw is worried that a serious relationship would ruin his easygoing lifestyle. Things get interesting when a feisty medical student Gabby, moves next door to Travis, and both are attracted to each other irresistibly.

Role:
Gabby
Starring:
Directed By:
Ross Katz
3. Warm Bodies (2013)
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4
Warm Bodies
PG-13
32
4

Based on Isaac Marion's novel of the same name, Warm Bodies is a funny paranormal comedy about a zombie who constantly craves human flesh and a young woman he falls in love with. Would their romance triumph in the wake of a zombie apocalypse threatening the world? 

Role:
Julie
Directed By:
Jonathan Levine
4. I Am Number Four (2011)
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1
I Am Number Four
PG-13
34
1

John Smith is amongst the nine aliens, Garde, who escaped their planet after a ruthless attack from another alien race, Mogadorians. Now the nine, with their individual protector, lead a normal human life on earth. However Mogadorians are in pursuit of the Garde who can be killed only in a sequence. With the first three killed, it is now turn of John, who is number four.

Role:
Number 6
Starring:
Directed By:
D.J. Caruso
5. Ride Like a Girl (2018)
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2
Ride Like a Girl
PG
14
2

Ride like a Girl is a biography sports drama film which tells the story of Michelle Pen, the youngest child of a racehorse trainer Paddy Paine. Despite people telling her otherwise, Michelle struggles and manages to become the first female jockey to win the Melbourne Cup.

Role:
Michelle Payne
6. The Sorcerer's Apprentice (2010)
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1
The Sorcerer's Apprentice
PG
26
1

In the 8th century, Horvath, one of magician Merlin’s three disciples, betrays him and joins evil sorceress Morgana le Fay. Balthazar, his other student, imprisons the two in a magic prison and is told by a dying Merlin to find The Prime Merlinean, the only one capable of killing Morgana. Centuries later, Balthazar finds Dave, who reluctantly becomes his apprentice.  

Role:
Becky
Directed By:
Jon Turteltaub
7. 2:37 (2006)
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3
2:37
12
3
Role:
Melody
Starring:
Frank Sweet, Sam Harris, Charles Baird, Joel Mackenzie
Directed By:
Murali K. Thalluri
8. Take Me Home Tonight (2011)
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2
Take Me Home Tonight
R
21
2

Take Me Home Tonight is a romantic comedy film, revolving around an awkward MIT graduate who works as a video clerk despite receiving excellent job offers. His life takes an interesting turn, when he is invited to a party by his high-school crush. 

Role:
Tori Frederking
Directed By:
Michael Dowse
9. Restraint (2008)
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1
Restraint
R
16
1

Restraint is a suspense drama film which tells the story of Ron, a small-time criminal, who kills the boss of his girlfriend, and is forced to go on the run, to evade the police. They eventually find themselves in an old manor where an agoraphobic man named Andrew resides. Upon realizing that he is quite rich, Ron decides to get some money from him to escape to Thailand.

Role:
Dale
Starring:
Directed By:
David Denneen
10. Berlin Syndrome (2017)
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3
Berlin Syndrome
R
14
3

Berlin Syndrome is a mystery thriller drama film that revolves around a young Australian photographer who finds herself attracted to a teacher, while on a vacation. However, her life takes a dark turn, when the disturbed man holds her hostage in his apartment.   

Role:
Clare Havel
Starring:
Max Riemelt, Matthias Habich, Emma Bading, Elmira Bahrami
Directed By:
Cate Shortland
11. Bedtime Stories (2008)
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1
Bedtime Stories
PG
15
1

Hotel Handyman, Skeeter Bronson, works at his former family hotel Sunny Vista Motel. When Skeeter’s nephew and niece come to stay with him, he tells them fantastical stories with the children adding new elements. However when these stories start coming true Skeeter’s life turns upside down, but for the better. 

Starring:
Adam Sandler, Aisha Tyler, Carmen Electra, Russell Brand, Lucy Lawless, Nick Swardson, Keri Russell
Directed By:
Adam Shankman
12. December Boys (2007)
9
5
December Boys
PG-13
9
5

December Boys is a drama film which revolves around four orphan boys named Maps, Misty, Spark and Spit, who become close friends over time. However, when they meet a prospective foster family, they soon find themselves competing against one another.

Starring:
Daniel Radcliffe, Sullivan Stapleton, Lee Cormie, Christian Byers, James Fraser, Jack Thompson
Directed By:
Rod Hardy
13. Message from the King (2016)
9
2
Message from the King
R
9
2

A mysterious outsider arrives in Los Angeles from South Africa named, looking for his missing younger sister.  He eventually learns about her life, which included drugs and even prostitution.

Role:
Kelly
Starring:
Alfred Molina, Arthur Darbinyan, Chadwick Boseman, Luke Evans
Directed By:
Fabrice du Welz
14. Lights Out (2016)
13
5
Lights Out
TV-14
13
5

After the mysterious death of Rebecca’s step-father Paul, her half-brother Martin starts experiencing the same terrifying events occurring only in the dark that she once experienced. A supernatural entity with a strange hold over her mother Sophie seems to have resurfaced. Rebecca, with boyfriend Bret, searches the dark past for the roots of this menacing mystery which poses threat to their lives. 

Role:
Rebecca
Starring:
Maria Bello, Billy Burke, Gabriel Bateman, Alexander DiPersia
Directed By:
David F. Sandberg
15. Wolf Creek (2005)
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3
Wolf Creek
R
11
3
Starring:
John Jarratt, Cassandra Magrath, Nathan Phillips, Kestie Morassi
Directed By:
Greg McLean
16. Triple 9 (2016)
9
3
Triple 9
R
9
3

The story focuses on a bunch of criminals and two corrupt corps working for a convicted Jewish-Russian mafia boss.  They have just completed a successful bank robbery and as told by their boss’s wife have retrieved a safe deposit box containing information that can overturn the conviction of their boss. However, the wife is not happy. 

Starring:
Gal Gadot, Casey Affleck, Norman Reedus, Aaron Paul, Michael K. Williams, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Anthony Mackie
Directed By:
John Hillcoat
17. 2:22 (2017)
19
1
2:22
PG-13
19
1
Role:
Sarah
Starring:
Michiel Huisman, Simone Kessell, Maeve Dermody, Sam Reid
Directed By:
Paul Currie
18. Wish You Were Here (2012)
12
1
Wish You Were Here
R
12
1

Dave reluctantly agrees to go on a vacation with his pregnant wife Alice, her younger sister Steph and Steph’s boyfriend Jeremy. Things get complicated when Jeremy vanishes without a trace. They eventually try to find out what happened, and it seems that one of them might be hiding something.

Role:
Steph McKinney
Starring:
Joel Edgerton, Antony Starr, Felicity Price, Nicholas Cassim
Directed By:
Kieran Darcy-Smith
19. Kill Me Three Times (2014)
10
2
Kill Me Three Times
R
10
2

Kill Me Three Times is a black comedy thriller film which revolves around a hitman who is assigned to kill the wife of a motel owner, as she is having an affair. However, things get interesting when he sees that he is not the only one who wants her dead.

Role:
Lucy Webb
Starring:
Simon Pegg, Luke Hemsworth, Sullivan Stapleton, Alice Braga, Steve Le Marquand
Directed By:
Kriv Stenders
20. Cut Bank (2014)
9
4
Cut Bank
R
9
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, Liam Hemsworth, John Malkovich, Joyce Robbins
Directed By:
Matt Shakman
21. Love and Honor (2013)
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1
Love and Honor
PG-13
12
1

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:
Candace
Starring:
Liam Hemsworth, Austin Stowell, Aimee Teegarden, Chris Lowell
Directed By:
Danny Mooney
22. Point Break (2015)
13
1
Point Break
PG-13
13
1

Point Break is an action crime thriller film which tells the story of Johnny, an FBI agent, who becomes acquainted with a team of athletes, who use their unique skills to pull off heists. He plans to stop and expose them, but things take a turn when he starts to take a liking to their lifestyle.

Role:
Samsara
Starring:
Glynis Barber, Ray Winstone, Edgar Ramírez, Matias Varela
Directed By:
Ericson Core
23. Knight of Cups (2015)
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5
Knight of Cups
R
7
5

Rick is a successful screenwriter living in Los Angeles, California, but his life is filled with emptiness. He searches for love and for himself via a series of adventures with six different women.

Starring:
Cate Blanchett, Dane DeHaan, Isabel Lucas, Jason Clarke, Brian Dennehy, Dan Harmon, Nick Offerman
Directed By:
24. The Grudge 2 (2006)
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3
The Grudge 2
PG-13
7
3

The Grudge 2 was announced soon after the success of its predecessor in 2004. In this 2006 sequel, American social worker Karen's sister Aubrey arrives in Japan, taking the supernatural horror forward as she dodges the endless curse that continues to pass from one victim to the next.

Starring:
Sarah Michelle Gellar, Jennifer Beals, Arielle Kebbel, Amber Tamblyn, Takako Fuji
Directed By:
Takashi Shimizu
25. Parts Per Billion (2014)
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4
Parts Per Billion
R
5
4
Role:
Anna
Starring:
Frank Langella, Rosario Dawson, Gena Rowlands, Josh Hartnett, Alexis Bledel
Directed By:
Brian Horiuchi
26. Bear (2011)
8
4
Bear
8
4
Role:
Emelie
Starring:
Nash Edgerton, Warwick Thornton
Directed By:
Nash Edgerton
27. Quirky Girl (2011)
11
3
Quirky Girl
11
3
Role:
Claire
Starring:
Aaron Paul, Geoffrey Arend, Alex Fernie, Joel Spence
Directed By:
Alex Fernie
28. The Ever After (2014)
10
5
The Ever After
10
5
Role:
Ava
Starring:
Phoebe Tonkin, Rosario Dawson, Melissa Leo, Mark Webber
Directed By:
Mark Webber
29. Too Legit (2016)
7
3
Too Legit
7
3
Role:
Kimmie
Starring:
Zoë Kravitz, Nate Corddry, Clark Gregg, Lauren Weedman
Directed By:
Frankie Shaw

TV Shows and Videos

A Discovery of Witches (2018)
A Discovery of Witches
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Role:
Diana Bishop
Starring:
Owen Teale, Alex Kingston, Valarie Pettiford, Matthew Goode
Directed By:
Juan Carlos Medina, Sarah Walker , Alice Troughton