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All Liam Hemsworth Movies Ranked by Tomatometer

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Following in the footsteps of older brothers Luke and Chris, the youngling Hemsworth got his big break in 2010, starring with future tabloid flame Miley Cyrus in The Last Song. 2012 was also a breakthrough year, as he appeared in The Hunger Games as potential Katniss love interest Gale, and opposite Stallone (and a whole lotta other big guys) in The Expendables 2. Liam survived Hunger Games through three sequels, before jumping franchises with Independence Day: Resurgence.

His 2019 included showing off more of his comedy chops in Isn’t It Romantic, and his dark side with Killerman. With his latest releases, we’re ranking all Liam Hemsworth movies by Tomatometer!

Adjusted Score: 10.676%

Critics Consensus: Clichéd and unoriginal, Paranoia is a middling techno-thriller with indifferent performances and a shortage of thrills.

Adjusted Score: 8.442%

Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.

Adjusted Score: 24.146%

Critics Consensus: As shamelessly manipulative as any Nicholas Sparks production, The Last Song is done no favors by its miscast and overmatched star, Miley Cyrus.

Adjusted Score: 23.168%

Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.

Adjusted Score: 21.212%

Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.

Adjusted Score: 38.704%

Critics Consensus: It’s undeniably visually impressive, but like its predecessor, Independence Day: Resurgence lacks enough emotional heft to support its end-of-the-world narrative stakes.

Adjusted Score: 37.611%

Critics Consensus: Cut Bank contains typically outstanding work from its solid veteran cast, but it’s lost in a dull morass of predictably derivative crime thriller clichés.

Adjusted Score: 61.926%

Critics Consensus: The Dressmaker boasts a strong central performance by Kate Winslet and a captivating array of narrative weirdness — all of which may or may not be a comfortable fit with viewers.

Adjusted Score: 72.442%

Critics Consensus: Taut, violent, and suitably self-deprecating, The Expendables 2 gives classic action fans everything they can reasonably expect from a star-studded shoot-’em-up — for better and for worse.

Adjusted Score: 81.175%

Critics Consensus: The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1 sets up the franchise finale with a penultimate chapter loaded with solid performances and smart political subtext, though it comes up short on the action front.

Adjusted Score: 80.211%

Critics Consensus: With the unflinchingly grim Mockingjay Part 2, The Hunger Games comes to an exciting, poignant, and overall satisfying conclusion.

Adjusted Score: 77.207%

Critics Consensus: It follows as many genre conventions as it mocks, but Isn’t It Romantic is a feel-good rom-com with some satirical bite — and a star well-suited for both.

Adjusted Score: 80.477%

Critics Consensus: Triangle sails into some strange waters, but this intelligent, well-acted horror outing anchors its idiosyncrasies in a satisfyingly scary story.

Adjusted Score: 95.978%

Critics Consensus: Thrilling and superbly acted, The Hunger Games captures the dramatic violence, raw emotion, and ambitious scope of its source novel.

Adjusted Score: 101.555%

Critics Consensus: Smart, smoothly directed, and enriched with a deeper exploration of the franchise’s thought-provoking themes, Catching Fire proves a thoroughly compelling second installment in the Hunger Games series.

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