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Top 10 Best Katie Holmes Movies of All time

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A model and actress Katie Holmes was born in Toledo, Ohio, USA, on December 18, 1978. Katie Holmes rose to prominence as a youngster and started her acting career in school performances. When Katie was just 16, she was cast in Ang Lee’s drama “The Ice Storm” (1997). Soon, casting directors began to express interest in her, but she first decided to graduate high school. Katie used to send video tapes to the directors as her studies won’t get affected that way – shortly, she was cast in the popular teen drama Dowson Creek (1998). 

However, another reason for which she was continuously in the spotlight was her relationship with Tom Cruise. But what truly defines is her contribution to the film industry. So while she continues to shine, we shall see her life work to celebrate her success. Scroll down to find a list of the top 10 best Katie Holmes movies for you to enjoy.

Batman Begins

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Batman Begins (2005)

Genre: Action, Crime, Drama

Director: Christopher Nolan

Writer: Bob Kane, David S. Goyer, Christopher Nolan

IMDb Rating: 8.2

Runtime: 2hrs. 20mins

It’s a superhero film modeled on the DC Comic character Batman. Upon its release, the movie garnered mostly positive reviews with praise for the cast’s performance. Since its premiere, Batman Begins has been reevaluated by critics and is now regarded as the best superhero movie ever created. In addition, it was given credit for reviving the Batman figure in popular culture by changing the tone to one that was darker and soberer. 

After training with his mentor, Bruce, as Batman goes on a mission to free Gotham City from evil. In contrast, Katie plays Rachel, Bruce’s childhood sweetheart.

Thank You For Smoking

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Thank You For Smoking (2005)

Genre: Comedy, Drama

Director: Jason Reitman

Writer: Jason Reitman, Christopher Buckley

IMDb Rating: 7.5

Runtime: 1hr. 32mins

Adapted from Christopher Buckley’s satirical novel of the same name, released in 1994, Thank You for Smoking is an American black comedy satire. The critics took it well, giving mostly favorable reviews and praising the storyline, theme, humor, and cast performance. The film won the Independent Spirit Award and the Sierra Award for Best Screenplay. 

The story follows Nick Naylor, the lead spokesperson for Big Tobacco. He promotes cigarettes while attempting to serve as a role model for his 12-year-old son. However, Katie will be seen as a desperate reporter, Heather, who could do anything to get a good story.

Lee: The Ice Storm (1997)

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The Ice Storm 1997

Genre: Drama

Director: Ang Lee

Writer: Rick Mood, James Schamus

IMDb Rating: 7.4

Runtime: 1hr. 52mins

Adapted from Rick Moody’s 1994 novel of the same title, The Ice Storm is a drama produced in the US. The movie received favorable reviews and was chosen to participate in the Palme d’Or at the 1997 Cannes International Film Festival. 

In 1973, middle-class families from New Canaan, Connecticut, experimented with physical intimacy and drug usage. But, unfortunately, they discovered that their lives were out of their hands. Whereas Katie is seen as a supporting actress in the movie.

Woman in Gold

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Woman In Gold 2015

Genre: Biography, Drama, History

Director: Simon Curtis

Writer: Alexi Kaye Campbell, E. Randol Schoenberg, Maria Altmann

IMDb Rating: 7.3

Runtime: 1hr. 49mins

It’s an American movie that garnered mixed ratings from critics earning $61.6 million compared to an $11 million budget. However, the film won the Cinema for Peace Award for Most Valuable Film of the Year.

A Jewish woman, Maria Altmann, tries to recover family belongings that the Nazis took. Maria begins a protracted legal fight with the aid of a young attorney, Randy Schoenberg (Ryan Reynolds), to reclaim the picture. But one thing she knew was that it wouldn’t be simple. Katie will be seen in a supporting role as Schoebergs wife. 

Katie Holmes in Go (1999)

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Go 1999

Genre: Comedy, Drama

Director: Doug Liman

Writer: John August

IMDb Rating: 7.2

Runtime: 1hr. 42mins

Go is an American movie that garnered both favorable and unfavorable reviews from critics. The audience was happy with the cast’s performance. Although the film didn’t do well at the box office, it received positive reviews. Since then, it has gained cult status. 

Three separate points of view tell the story of a drug dealer’s consequences.

Wonder Boys

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Wonder Boys 2000

Genre: Comedy, Drama

Director: Curtis Hanson

Writer: Michael Chabon, Steve Kloves

IMDb Rating: 7.2

Runtime: 1hr. 47mins

An American movie modeled on the Michael Chabon 1995 novel with the same title. Although the film didn’t do great at the box office, it was nominated for three Oscars – Best Adapted Screenplay and Best Film Editing while winning the Best Original Song category.

Pittsburgh-based professor and author Grady Tripp is battling writer’s block. The plot revolves around Grady, who is looking for a unique jacket worn by Marilyn Monroe with college students James and Hannah(Katie). 

Phone Booth (2002)

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Phone Booth 2002

Genre: Crime, Thriller

Director: Joel Schumacher

Writer: Larry Cohen

IMDb Rating: 7.1

Runtime: 1hr. 21mins

American psychological thriller Phone Booth was released on April 4, 2003, in the US and got generally favorable reviews from critics. The film was successful at the box office, grossing over $97 million against a $13 million budget.

Stuart Shepard, a publicist, finds himself held down by a sniper rifle from an extortion scheme inside a phone booth. Consequently, Stuart’s negotiations with the caller result in an amazing climax. Whereas Katie is seen as Stuart’s side lover. 

Logan Lucky

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Logan Lucky 2017

Genre: Action, Comedy, Crime

Director: Steven Soderbergh

Writer: Jules Asner

IMDb Rating: 7.0

Runtime: 1hr. 58mins

It’s an American heist comedy modeled on a story by Rebecca Blunt. The movie earned $48 million worldwide and garnered favorable reviews. While many reviewers applauded the performances of the ensemble cast and Soderbergh’s direction. The film won an NBR Award for Top Ten Independent Films. 

To take money from the Charlotte Motor Speedway, a family man, Jimmy, partners up with his brother Clyde and sister Mellie. Katie in the movie appeared as a supporting actress. 

Pieces of April (2003)

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Pieces Of April 2003

Genre: Comedy, drama

Director: Peter Hedges

Writer: Peter Hedges

IMDb Rating: 7.0

Runtime: 1hr. 20mins

It’s an American comedy film that received favorable reviews from critics and did well at the box office. The critics praised the cast’s performance and humorous tone in the film.

A rebellious daughter, April(Katie) welcomes her ailing mom and estranged family to a Thanksgiving meal at her place.

The Gift 2000

Genre: Drama, Fantasy, Horror

Director: Sam Raimi

Writer: Billy Bob Thornton, Tom Epperson

IMDb Rating: 6.7

Runtime: 1hr. 51mins

It is a supernatural thriller produced in the US, premised on the purported psychic encounters of Thornton’s mother. The film met with positive reviews grossing over $44.6 million compared to its $10 million budget. 

Everyone looks at Annabelle Wilson after Jessica King(Katie) mysteriously disappears. Not as a potential crime culprit but as a medium. Wayne Collins, Jessica’s fiancé, seeks Annabelle’s advice after seeing how many residents of the community flock to her for assistance.



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