Every single Dakota Fanning movie, ranked by critics

Dakota Fanning has been playing since she was a child. Paramount Pictures, Summit Entertainment, and Treehouse Pictures
Dakota Fanning is best known for her roles in such films as "Uptown Girls" and "The Twilight Saga".
Fanning's top rated films include the English versions of "My Neighbor Totoro" and "Coraline".
Other films such as "Hansel & Gretel" and "The Cat in the Hat" missed the mark with critics.
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Dakota Fanning was nominated for a Screen Actors Guild Award when she was only 7 years old for her role in "I Am Sam". Since then, she has proven herself to be a versatile Hollywood actress.
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But not all of her work has received the same amount of critical acclaim.
Here are all of the films in Fanning's filmography, sorted by Rotten Tomatoes critics:
Note: All results were current at the time of publication and are subject to change. Films without critical results were not considered.
Fanning's film with the lowest rating is "Hansel & Gretel" (2002).
Dakota Fanning in "Hansel & Gretel". Innovation film group
Rotten Tomatoes Score: 0%
Summary: When Katie (Fanning) has trouble falling asleep, her father reads her the classic Grimm fairy tale by Hansel (Jacob Smith) and Gretel (Taylor Momsen).
Lost in the heart of an enchanted forest, the siblings encounter a magical sandman (Howie Mandel) and a sensible witch (Lynn Redgrave).
She played Sally in "Dr. Seuss' The Cat in the Hat" (2003).
Spencer Breslin and Dakota Fanning in "The Cat in the Hat". Universal images
Rotten Tomatoes Score: 9%
Summary: In the live-action adaptation of the children's book by Dr. Seuss, the title cat (Mike Myers) means good-natured problems for Conrad (Spencer Breslin) and Sally (Fanning) when they're home alone.
She was Emily Callaway in "Hide and Seek" (2005).
Dakota Fanning and Robert De Niro in "Hide and Seek". Twentieth Century Fox
Rotten Tomatoes Score: 13%
Summary: In the suspense thriller "Hide and Seek," David Callaway (Robert De Niro) becomes increasingly concerned when his daughter's imaginary boyfriend, Emily (Fanning), begins to harbor a very real presence in their home.
The actress played as Ray in "Uptown Girls" (2003).
Brittany Murphy and Dakota Fanning in "Uptown Girls". MGM
Rotten Tomatoes Score: 13%
Summary: In "Uptown Girls" the spoiled heiress Molly (Brittany Murphy) receives a wake-up call when she loses access to her father's estate.
To make money, Molly takes on the role of nanny Ray (Fanning), the brutal daughter of a record manager. When they spend time together, they find that they have more in common than they originally thought.
"Tomcats" (2001) was one of Fanning's earliest film credits.
Shannon Elizabeth and Jerry O'Connell played in "Tomcats". Columbia pictures
Rotten Tomatoes Score: 14%
Summary: In "Tomcats" seven friends bet on who will get married last. After a few years, Michael (Jerry O'Connell) and Kyle (Jake Busey) are the only ones left, but things get complicated when Kyle is with a woman Michael falls in love with.
Fanning is referred to in the film as "Little Girl in Park".
She was Lewellen in the drama "Hounddog" (2008).
Dakota Fanning in "Hounddog". Empire Film Group
Rotten Tomatoes Score: 15%
Summary: In the independent drama "Hounddog" Lewellen (Fanning) escapes her difficult childhood in Alabama in the 1950s through the music of Elvis Presley.
Fanning played Abby in "Trapped" (2002).
Dakota Fanning in "Trapped". Columbia pictures
Rotten Tomatoes Score: 17%
Summary: In the thriller "Trapped", Will (Stuart Townsend) and Karen (Charlize Theron) are kidnapped and held captive by a man named Joe Hickey (Kevin Bacon).
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