Emma Watson Movies

Emma Watson in Beauty and the Beast

Want to know the best Emma Watson movies?  How about the worst Emma Watson movies?  Curious about Emma Watson box office grosses or which Emma Watson movie picked up the most Oscar® nominations? Need to know which Emma Watson movie got the best reviews from critics and audiences and which got the worst reviews? Well you have come to the right place….because we have all of that information.

Emma Watson (1990-) is a British actress who gained worldwide fame playing Hermione Granger in the Harry Potter movies.  Her IMDb page shows 21 acting credits from 2001-2017. This page will rank 18 Emma Watson movies from Best to Worst in six different sortable columns of information.   This page comes from a request by our oldest daughter who has been an Emma Watson fan since she watched her first Harry Potter movie oh so many moons ago.

The world has watched Emma Watson grow up

Emma Watson Movies Can Be Ranked 6 Ways In This Table

The really cool thing about this table is that it is “user-sortable”. Rank the movies anyway you want.

  • Sort Emma Watson movies by co-stars of her movies
  • Sort Emma Watson movies by adjusted domestic box office grosses using current movie ticket cost (in millions)
  • Sort Emma Watson movies by adjusted worldwide box office grosses using current movie ticket cost (in millions)
  • Sort Emma Watson movies by how they were received by critics and audiences.  60% rating or higher should indicate a good movie.
  • Sort by how many Oscar® nominations and how many Oscar® wins each Emma Watson movie received.
  • Sort Emma Watson movies by Ultimate Movie Rankings (UMR) Score.  UMR Score puts box office, reviews and awards into a mathematical equation and gives each movie a score.

Stats and Possibly Interesting Things From The Above Emma Watson Table

  1. Eleven Emma Watson movies crossed the magical $100 million domestic gross mark.  That is a percentage of 64.71% of her movies listed. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone (2001) was her biggest box office hit.
  2. An average Emma Watson movie grosses $218.50 million in adjusted box office gross.
  3. Using RottenTomatoes.com’s 60% fresh meter.  15 Emma Watson movies are rated as good movies…or 88.23% of her movies.  Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (2011) was her highest rated movie while Regression (2015) was her lowest rated movie.
  4. Seven Emma Watson movies received at least one Oscar® nomination in any category…..or 41.11% of her movies.
  5. Zero Emma Watson movies won at least one Oscar® in any category…..or 0.00% of her movies.
  6. An average Ultimate Movie Rankings (UMR) Score is 40.00. 13 Emma Watson movies scored higher than that average….or 32.00% of her movies. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (2011) got the the highest UMR Score while Regression (2015) got the lowest UMR Score.

Final stats:  Emma Stone’s adjusted domestic box office gross is $3.71 billion.   Emma Stone’s adjusted worldwide box office gross is $10.17 billion.

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5 thoughts on “Emma Watson Movies

  1. Pretty! This has been a really wonderful article. Thanks for providing this information.
    Magliette Favilli

  2. I’ve seen more than half! Aren’t you proud of me? Probably the only actor you’ve done that I’ve seen more than half of. You didn’t do any interesting facts about her!

    1. Hey Katie…..of course I am proud of you…..and I will not even mention that the Harry Potter movies pretty much represent your entire tally count. But knowing your tally will reach double digits later this week is indeed impressive. Thanks for checking out your requested page.

  3. Born in 1990, whoa! Emma Watson must be one of the youngest stars you’ve done a page on so far Bruce. Groucho Marx was born in 1890! I sometimes confuse her name with actress Emily Watson.

    Beauty and the Beast comes out soon, not a film I would rush out to see but I’ll pick it up on disc later in the year. I’ve seen the animated version a few times so I doubt there are any surprises in store in the live-action remake unless they do a ‘Shrek’ and she turns into a beast in the shocking finale… 😉

    I’ve seen 13 of the 17 films listed. I’ve seen all the Harry Potters, my favorite is Hoary Putter and the Flying Broomstick, 2nd favorite – Hairy Putty and the Goblet of Doom.

    Looking at the box office chart the first Potter still leads after adjusting for inflation, while the last one gets all the critical raves.

    Good work Bruce. Voted Up!

    Psst.. somewhere on the page you have Emma Stone listed instead of Watson….

    1. Hey Steve
      1. Yep she is one of the youngest to have an UMR page. That is still almost a 27 year old.
      2. I have so far been surprised the reviews for Beauty and the Beast have been so mild. Currently under 70% at Rotten Tomatoes.
      3. I can see my conversation with my 8 year old this weekend….Me…”Well we were going to go…but a bunch of movie critics only thought the movie was ok…versus great…..so we are not going to see the movie”. Not thinking she cares about critics.
      4. I am at 15….only missing Colonia (The Colony) and Beauty and the Beast.
      5. Actual the twist in the new movie is…..after she gets shot at the beginning….she spends the rest of the movie as a ghost helping the Beast…..as the Beast “can see dead people”.
      6. Emma Watson, Emma Stone….it is a Emma…is that not close enough….actually this error is not a copy and paste error…just me getting the names mixed up….will fix this one when I get home.

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