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Unveiling Jennifer Garner’s Top 20 Unforgettable Movies: From Action to Romance

Jennifer Garner, with her undeniable charm, talent, and versatility, has captivated audiences on both the big and small screens for decades. From heartwarming romantic comedies to gripping action thrillers, Garner has showcased her acting prowess in a wide range of roles, earning her a special place in the hearts of fans around the world. In this article, we celebrate the career of Jennifer Garner by highlighting her top 20 movies that have left a lasting impact on viewers and critics alike.

Join us on a cinematic journey through Garner’s most memorable performances, as we explore the diverse range of characters she has brought to life with grace, depth, and authenticity. Whether you’re a long-time fan or new to her work, this curated list is a testament to Garner’s talent and enduring appeal as one of Hollywood’s most beloved actresses.

Top 20 Jennifer Garner Movies

Jennifer Garner in 13 Going On 30

1) Deadpool 3 (2024)

Deadpool & Wolverine is the upcoming third film in the Deadpool series, set to release on July 26, 2024. This Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) film pulls Wade Wilson/Deadpool, played by Ryan Reynolds, from his life to embark on a mission that alters the MCU’s history. This installment, expected to be a blend of action and humor, will likely follow the unique dynamics and interactions between Deadpool and Wolverine, played by Hugh Jackman, both of whom have been fan favorites in the superhero genre. The film is anticipated to have a significant impact on the MCU, introducing new plot twists and character developments. Additional cast members include Jennifer Garner as Elektra, Emma Corrin, Morena Baccarin, and others, with appearances by characters like Cassandra Nova and members from the previous Deadpool films.

Watch Deadpool 3 on Disney+

2) Family Switch (2023)

Family Switch, released on Netflix in November 2023, is a comedy film directed by McG. Jennifer Garner stars as Jess Walker in this family-oriented movie that features a body-swap theme. The story revolves around the Walker family, who experience a complete body switch, leading to various revelations and adventures as they step into each other’s lives. This film, which includes a variety of songs and is set around the Christmas period, explores themes of family, understanding, and the challenges faced by each family member. Garner is joined by a cast including Ed Helms, Emma Myers, and Brady Noon. Despite its heartwarming moments, the film received mixed reviews for its approach to the body-swap concept.

Watch Family Switch on Netflix

3) The Adam Project (2022)

The Adam Project is a science fiction film starring Jennifer Garner, released in 2022. In the movie, Garner plays the role of Ellie Reed, the mother of a young boy named Adam. The plot revolves around an older Adam Reed, played by Ryan Reynolds, who travels back in time from the year 2050. He teams up with his 12-year-old self, portrayed by Walker Scobell, on a mission to save the future.

The film is a blend of action, comedy, and emotional drama, exploring themes like family, loss, and the complexities of time travel. It delves into the dynamics of the Reed family and how the past and future versions of Adam interact with each other and their family members, particularly their mother Ellie, played by Garner. The story also features Mark Ruffalo and Zoe Saldana in significant roles. Directed by Shawn Levy, The Adam Project is known for its engaging storytelling, visual effects, and the chemistry between the cast members.

Watch The Adam Project on Netflix

4) Yes Day (2021)

Yes Day is a family comedy film released in 2021, directed by Miguel Arteta. The movie stars Jennifer Garner and Édgar Ramírez as parents who decide to give their children a day where they say “yes” to all their requests and desires.

The plot revolves around Allison Torres (Jennifer Garner) and Carlos Torres (Édgar Ramírez), a couple who used to be adventurous and spontaneous before becoming parents. However, as they settle into their roles as mom and dad, they find themselves constantly saying “no” to their three children’s requests, leading to tension and frustration within the family. To break out of their routine and reconnect with their kids, Allison and Carlos decide to give their children a “Yes Day,” where the kids get to make the rules for 24 hours, and the parents must say “yes” to all their requests, within reason. What starts as a fun and lighthearted adventure quickly spirals into chaos as the kids come up with increasingly wild and outrageous requests, leading the family on a series of misadventures throughout Los Angeles.

As the day unfolds, the Torres family learns valuable lessons about communication, compromise, and the importance of quality time spent together. Through their “Yes Day” experience, they rediscover the joy of spontaneity and the importance of bonding as a family.

Yes Day is a heartwarming and humorous film that celebrates the joys and challenges of parenthood while encouraging families to embrace adventure and create lasting memories together. Jennifer Garner delivers a charming and relatable performance as the mom trying to reconnect with her kids, adding depth and warmth to the film’s portrayal of family dynamics. Overall, Yes Day offers wholesome entertainment for audiences of all ages.

Watch Yes Day on Netflix

5) Peppermint (2018)

Peppermint is an action thriller film released in 2018, directed by Pierre Morel. The movie stars Jennifer Garner as Riley North, a woman who seeks revenge against the drug cartel responsible for the murder of her husband and daughter. The plot follows Riley North, a devoted wife and mother, whose life is shattered when her husband and young daughter are killed in a drive-by shooting orchestrated by members of a powerful drug cartel. Despite her cooperation with the police and the legal system, the corrupt judge and lawyers allow the perpetrators to go free due to their ties to the cartel.

Filled with grief and rage, Riley disappears for five years, dedicating herself to rigorous physical and combat training to prepare for her quest for vengeance. When she resurfaces, she embarks on a brutal and relentless mission to take down those responsible for her family’s death, targeting not only the perpetrators but also the corrupt officials who enabled their escape from justice. As Riley wages a one-woman war against the cartel, she becomes a symbol of justice for the marginalized and oppressed, inspiring others to stand up against corruption and violence in their community.

Peppermint is a fast-paced and intense action film that showcases Jennifer Garner’s physical and dramatic prowess in the role of Riley North. The movie explores themes of justice, revenge, and the lengths a mother will go to protect her family. Overall, Peppermint is a gripping and entertaining thriller that delivers plenty of adrenaline-pumping action and suspense. However, it’s worth noting that the film contains scenes of violence and may not be suitable for all audiences.

Watch Peppermint on Netflix

6) Love, Simon (2018)

Love, Simon is a coming-of-age romantic comedy-drama film released in 2018, directed by Greg Berlanti. Based on the novel Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli (affiliate link), the movie follows the story of Simon Spier, a high school student who struggles with his identity as a gay teenager. Nick Robinson stars as Simon Spier, a popular and seemingly ordinary teenager living in a suburban town. Despite having a supportive family and a close group of friends, Simon grapples with the fear of coming out as gay and the uncertainty of how his peers will react.

The plot unfolds when Simon begins an anonymous online correspondence with another closeted gay student from his school, who goes by the pseudonym Blue. As Simon and Blue bond over their shared experiences and feelings, Simon finds himself falling in love with this mystery person. However, Simon’s secret is jeopardized when another student discovers his emails and threatens to expose him unless he helps him pursue a romantic interest. As Simon navigates the challenges of keeping his identity hidden while also longing for acceptance and authenticity, he embarks on a journey of self-discovery and self-acceptance.

Love, Simon is praised for its heartfelt portrayal of the LGBTQ+ experience, exploring themes of identity, love, and acceptance in a relatable and authentic way. Jennifer Garner and Josh Duhamel portray Simon’s parents, adding depth and warmth to the family dynamics depicted in the film. Overall, Love, Simon is a touching and affirming film that celebrates the courage it takes to embrace one’s true self and the power of love to transcend barriers and bring people together.

Watch Love, Simon on HULU

7) Miracles from Heaven (2016)

Miracles from Heaven is a biographical drama film released in 2016, directed by Patricia Riggen. The movie is based on the memoir of the same name by Christy Beam, which tells the true story of her daughter’s miraculous recovery from a rare, incurable digestive disorder. Jennifer Garner stars as Christy Beam, a devoted mother to three daughters, including Anna, played by Kylie Rogers. Anna suffers from a debilitating condition known as pseudo-obstruction motility disorder, which causes severe abdominal pain and difficulty digesting food. Despite numerous medical treatments and surgeries, Anna’s condition continues to worsen, leaving her in constant pain and her family struggling to cope. However, after a particularly harrowing experience, Anna miraculously experiences a near-death encounter that leads to her complete recovery. She claims to have visited heaven during this time, where she encountered a higher power and received reassurance that everything would be okay.

As Anna’s health dramatically improves following this experience, Christy and her family are faced with the challenge of reconciling their faith with the extraordinary events that have transpired. The film explores themes of faith, hope, and the power of miracles in the face of adversity. Miracles from Heaven is a heartwarming and inspirational film that celebrates the resilience of the human spirit and the enduring bond of family. Jennifer Garner delivers a powerful performance as Christy Beam, capturing the emotional journey of a mother facing her worst nightmare and finding strength in the midst of despair. The movie offers a poignant reminder that miracles can happen when least expected, bringing healing and hope to those who believe.

Watch Miracle from Heaven on Amazon Prime

8) Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day (2014)

Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day is a family comedy film released in 2014, directed by Miguel Arteta. The movie is based on the children’s book of the same name by Judith Viorst. The story follows the misadventures of Alexander Cooper, a young boy who experiences a series of unfortunate events over the course of a single day.

Alexander, played by Ed Oxenbould, wakes up one morning to find that everything seems to be going wrong for him. From waking up with gum in his hair to enduring embarrassing moments at school, Alexander’s day goes from bad to worse. Meanwhile, his family members—his parents, played by Steve Carell and Jennifer Garner, and his siblings—seem to be having perfect days, adding to Alexander’s frustration. However, when Alexander makes a birthday wish that his family could understand what it’s like to have a terrible day, his wish unexpectedly comes true. Soon, the entire Cooper family finds themselves experiencing their own series of comically disastrous events, including car accidents, job interviews gone wrong, and even a baby’s first birthday party turning into chaos. As the day progresses, the Cooper family learns to come together and support each other through their shared misfortunes, realizing that even on the worst days, they can find moments of joy and laughter together.

Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day is a heartwarming and humorous film that celebrates the ups and downs of family life and the importance of sticking together during tough times. With its blend of slapstick comedy and heartfelt moments, the movie offers entertainment for audiences of all ages.

Watch Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day on Disney+

9) Dallas Buyers Club (2013)

Dallas Buyers Club is a biographical drama film released in 2013, directed by Jean-Marc Vallée. The movie is based on the true story of Ron Woodroof, a Texas electrician and rodeo cowboy who was diagnosed with AIDS in the mid-1980s, during the early days of the epidemic when treatments were limited and stigmatization of the disease was rampant.

Matthew McConaughey stars as Ron Woodroof, a hard-living, homophobic man who initially reacts with denial and anger to his diagnosis. However, when he learns that the only available FDA-approved drug for treating AIDS, AZT, is not effective and has severe side effects, he begins seeking alternative treatments. Ron starts smuggling and distributing unapproved medications from around the world to other AIDS patients, forming the Dallas Buyers Club to provide access to these drugs.

Jennifer Garner portrays Dr. Eve Saks, a compassionate physician who treats AIDS patients and becomes involved in Ron’s efforts to provide alternative treatments. As Ron’s business grows and his activism gains attention, he faces opposition from pharmaceutical companies and government agencies but remains determined to fight for the rights of AIDS patients to access life-saving medications.

Dallas Buyers Club is praised for its powerful performances, particularly Matthew McConaughey‘s portrayal of Ron Woodroof, for which he won the Academy Award for Best Actor. Jennifer Garner’s performance as Dr. Eve Saks adds depth to the film, highlighting the medical and ethical complexities surrounding AIDS treatment in the 1980s. The movie sheds light on the early days of the AIDS epidemic, highlighting issues of discrimination, access to healthcare, and the power of activism. Dallas Buyers Club is a moving and thought-provoking film that celebrates the resilience of the human spirit and the importance of compassion and solidarity in the face of adversity.

Watch Dallas Buyer’s Club on Apple TV

10) The Odd Life of Timothy Green (2012)

The Odd Life of Timothy Green is a fantasy drama film released in 2012, directed by Peter Hedges. The movie stars Jennifer Garner and Joel Edgerton as Cindy and Jim Green, a couple who long for a child but are unable to conceive. Their lives take an unexpected turn when a mysterious young boy named Timothy, played by CJ Adams, appears in their small town of Stanleyville. The Greens discover Timothy in their home one stormy night, covered in mud and leaves. To their astonishment, Timothy claims to be their son, although they know he couldn’t possibly be. Despite their initial confusion, Cindy and Jim quickly embrace Timothy as their own and begin navigating the joys and challenges of parenthood.

As Timothy becomes part of their lives, the Greens and their community are touched by his unique and magical qualities. Timothy has leaves growing from his legs, which he keeps hidden under socks, and he possesses a profound wisdom and kindness that impacts everyone he meets. Throughout the film, Cindy and Jim learn valuable lessons about love, family, and the true meaning of parenthood through their experiences with Timothy. As Timothy’s presence brings healing and transformation to their lives and the lives of those around them, the Greens come to realize that family is not defined by blood but by the love and connections we share.

The Odd Life of Timothy Green is a heartwarming tale that combines elements of fantasy, drama, and emotional storytelling. Jennifer Garner delivers a touching performance as Cindy Green, capturing the character’s journey of love, acceptance, and discovery alongside Joel Edgerton’s portrayal of Jim. Overall, the film offers a poignant exploration of the complexities of family and the magic of unconditional love.

Watch The Odd Life of Timothy Green on Disney+

11) Butter (2011)

Butter is a comedy film released in 2011, directed by Jim Field Smith and featuring a talented ensemble cast including Jennifer Garner, Ty Burrell, Hugh Jackman, Olivia Wilde, and Alicia Silverstone. The movie centers around the quirky world of competitive butter carving in a small town in Iowa.

Jennifer Garner portrays Laura Pickler, a driven and ambitious woman married to Bob Pickler, played by Ty Burrell, who has been the uncontested champion of the town’s butter carving competition for 15 years. When Bob is forced to retire from competition, Laura decides to enter the fray herself, determined to maintain her family’s dominance in the competition. However, Laura faces unexpected competition from a young and talented African-American girl named Destiny, played by Yara Shahidi, who is taken under the wing of a local diner owner, played by Olivia Wilde. As Laura becomes increasingly desperate to win, she resorts to extreme measures, including sabotage and manipulation, to secure her victory.

The film uses the absurdity of the butter carving competition as a backdrop to explore themes of ambition, power, and the lengths people will go to in pursuit of their goals. Jennifer Garner delivers a standout performance as the competitive and conniving Laura Pickler, adding depth and humor to the character’s relentless drive for success. Overall, Butter is a satirical and entertaining comedy that offers a unique and offbeat take on the American dream and the lengths people will go to achieve it.

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12) Valentine’s Day (2010)

Valentine’s Day is a romantic comedy film released in 2010, directed by Garry Marshall and featuring an ensemble cast including Jennifer Garner, Jessica Alba, Bradley Cooper, Julia Roberts, Ashton Kutcher, and many others. The movie follows the lives of several couples and singles in Los Angeles as they navigate the ups and downs of love and relationships on Valentine’s Day. Jennifer Garner plays the character Julia Fitzpatrick, a successful career woman who discovers that her boyfriend, played by Patrick Dempsey, is married. She grapples with the realization that her relationship isn’t what she thought it was and struggles with her feelings for a longtime friend, played by Ashton Kutcher.

The film weaves together multiple storylines, including a florist (played by Jessica Alba) who is dating a mail carrier (played by Bradley Cooper) but is keeping a secret, a high school football player (played by Taylor Lautner) who falls for his best friend’s sister (played by Taylor Swift), and an elderly couple (played by Shirley MacLaine and Hector Elizondo) celebrating their enduring love. Valentine’s Day is filled with humor, heartwarming moments, and romantic gestures, capturing the essence of the holiday while exploring the complexities of love in its various forms. Jennifer Garner’s performance adds depth to the film’s portrayal of modern relationships, making it an enjoyable and relatable watch for audiences.

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13) The Invention of Lying (2009)

The Invention of Lying is a comedy film released in 2009, directed by and starring Ricky Gervais, alongside Jennifer Garner and Jonah Hill. The movie is set in an alternate reality where everyone always tells the truth, and lying does not exist. Gervais plays the main character, Mark Bellison, who is a struggling screenwriter in this world. The plot takes a fascinating turn when Mark suddenly discovers the ability to lie. In a society where everyone believes everything they are told, Mark realizes the power and advantages of deception. He begins using his newfound skill for personal gain, including financial success and romantic pursuits.

Jennifer Garner plays Anna McDoogles, Mark’s love interest, who becomes disillusioned with him after he begins using his ability to lie. However, as the story progresses, Mark learns the consequences of his lies and starts to question the morality of his actions. The movie explores themes of honesty, truth, and the human tendency to deceive, all while delivering humor and satire. The Invention of Lying offers a unique and thought-provoking premise, with Jennifer Garner delivering a strong performance alongside Ricky Gervais.

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14) Ghosts of Girlfriends Past (2009)

The Ghosts of Girlfriends Past is a romantic comedy film starring Jennifer Garner alongside Matthew McConaughey. Released in 2009, the movie follows the story of a bachelor named Connor Mead, played by McConaughey, who is a renowned photographer with a reputation for being a womanizer. Garner plays the role of Jenny Perotti, Connor’s childhood friend and long-time crush.

The plot takes a twist when Connor attends his brother’s wedding at his family’s estate, where he encounters the ghost of his late Uncle Wayne, who warns him about the consequences of his lifestyle. Throughout the film, Connor is visited by the ghosts of his past girlfriends, who show him the errors of his ways and help him realize the importance of true love and commitment. Jenny, who is also attending the wedding, becomes the focal point of Connor’s realization about love and his desire to change. As the story unfolds, Connor learns to confront his past and embrace his feelings for Jenny, ultimately leading to a heartwarming conclusion. The Ghosts of Girlfriends Past combines humor, romance, and self-discovery, with Jennifer Garner delivering a charming performance as the leading lady who helps the protagonist find his way to love and redemption.

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15) The Kingdom (2007)

The Kingdom is an action thriller directed by Peter Berg, starring Jamie Foxx, Chris Cooper, and Jennifer Garner. Set in Saudi Arabia, it’s inspired by real events, including the 1996 Khobar housing complex bombing and the 2003 Riyadh compound bombings. The plot follows a team of U.S. government agents investigating a bombing of an American facility in the Middle East. They face challenges from local law enforcement and cultural differences but are determined to find the perpetrators. The story delves into themes of terrorism, cross-cultural collaboration, and the complexities of geopolitical conflicts​​.

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16) Juno (2007)

Juno is a coming-of-age comedy-drama directed by Jason Reitman and written by Diablo Cody. The film follows Juno MacGuff, a 16-year-old high school student in Elk River, Minnesota, who discovers she is pregnant after a one-time encounter with her friend and longtime admirer, Paulie Bleeker. Initially considering an abortion, Juno decides to carry the pregnancy to term and give the baby up for adoption. With the support of her friend Leah, Juno finds a childless couple, Mark and Vanessa Loring, who are looking to adopt. As she progresses through the seasons of her pregnancy, Juno grapples with her feelings towards Paulie and the complexities of her decision.

Juno’s frequent visits to Mark lead to shared interests and emotional bonding, but things take a turn when Mark reveals his unresolved aspirations and feelings for Juno, leading to his separation from Vanessa. This revelation causes Juno to reconsider her decision and the kind of life she wants for her child. The film concludes with Juno giving birth and the baby being adopted by Vanessa, who becomes a single mother. The story wraps up in the summer, with Juno and Paulie, now a couple, playing music together.

Juno received critical acclaim and was noted for its unique take on teenage pregnancy, balancing humor with emotional depth. It won the Oscar for Best Original Screenplay and received nominations for Best Picture, Best Director, and Best Actress for Elliot Page. The film was also significant for its soundtrack, which was well-received and featured several songs by Kimya Dawson​​​​.

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17) Catch and Release (2006)

Catch and Release is a romantic comedy-drama where Jennifer Garner plays Gray Wheeler, a woman grappling with the death of her fiancé, Grady. On the day of his funeral, Gray discovers that Grady has hidden secrets, including a significant sum of money and a child from a previous relationship. As Gray struggles with these revelations, she finds herself moving in with Grady’s friends and developing a complicated relationship with Fritz, played by Timothy Olyphant. The story explores themes of grief, love, and new beginnings as Gray navigates her unexpected circumstances​​.

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18) Elektra (2005)

Elektra is a superhero film featuring Jennifer Garner as Elektra Natchios, a character from Marvel Comics. Following her near-death experience in Daredevil, Elektra is revived by a blind martial arts master, Stick, and becomes an assassin-for-hire. The story focuses on Elektra’s mission to protect a man, Mark, and his daughter, Abby, who is revealed as a martial arts prodigy called The Treasure, from assassins hired by a group called The Hand. Elektra confronts her past and battles against supernatural forces, discovering more about herself and her capabilities along the way​​.

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19) 13 Going on 30 (2004)

13 Going on 30, released in 2004, is a fantasy romantic comedy directed by Gary Winick. The story revolves around Jenna Rink, a 13-year-old girl who, after being disillusioned with the harsh social dynamics of junior high, magically wakes up as her 30-year-old self, portrayed by Jennifer Garner. In her new adult life, Jenna finds herself as a successful fashion editor but soon discovers that her adult self has made questionable moral choices, becoming estranged from her parents and involved in unethical professional practices.

The film captures Jenna’s journey as she navigates the complexities of adult life while retaining the heart and mind of a teenager. She tries to mend broken relationships and make right what her adult self got wrong, especially regarding her friendship with her childhood best friend, Matty Flamhaff, played by Mark Ruffalo. The movie is a blend of humor, romance, and drama, highlighting the message that true happiness and fulfillment come from being true to oneself and valuing genuine relationships.

The film is noted for its engaging storyline, charming performances, particularly by Garner and Ruffalo, and a memorable dance sequence set to Michael Jackson’s Thriller. It stands out as a feel-good movie that resonates with audiences of all ages, reminding us of the bittersweet nature of growing up​​​​.

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20) Daredevil (2003)

Daredevil, released in 2003, is a superhero film based on the Marvel Comics character. The story follows Matt Murdock, a lawyer blinded in his youth by radioactive waste, which enhances his remaining senses and grants him a sonar-like hearing. By day, he works as an attorney in Hell’s Kitchen, often pro bono, defending those he believes are innocent. By night, he becomes Daredevil, a masked vigilante. The film explores themes of justice and revenge, with Matt avenging his father’s death and battling crime lord Wilson Fisk, the Kingpin. Jennifer Garner co-stars as Elektra Natchios, Matt’s love interest, and a skilled martial artist. The film blends action, drama, and a bit of romance, presenting Daredevil’s struggle for justice in a corrupt city​​.

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