The Best Anna Chlumsky Movies

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List of the best Anna Chlumsky movies, ranked best to worst with movie trailers when available. Anna Chlumsky's highest grossing movies have received a lot of accolades over the years, earning millions upon millions around the world. The order of these top Anna Chlumsky movies is decided by how many votes they receive, so only highly rated Anna Chlumsky movies will be at the top of the list. Anna Chlumsky has been in a lot of films, so people often debate each other over what the greatest Anna Chlumsky movie of all time is. If you and a friend are arguing about this then use this list of the most entertaining Anna Chlumsky films to end the squabble once and for all.

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Items here include everything from Eavesdrop to The Quinn-tuplets.

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  • My Girl
    Anna Chlumsky, Macaulay Culkin, Dan Aykroyd
    19 votes
    • Released: 1991
    • Directed by: Howard Zieff
    In the heartwarming drama My Girl, precocious 11-year-old Vada Sultenfuss (Anna Chlumsky) navigates the trials of adolescence in 1972 Pennsylvania. Living with her widowed mortician father, Harry (Dan Aykroyd), Vada's world is colored by death and grief. Her best friend, the sweetly allergic Thomas J. Sennett (Macaulay Culkin), offers a ray of joy in her life. As Vada grapples with first love, loss, and growing up, she learns valuable lessons about life. The film beautifully captures the innocence and confusion of childhood amidst profound themes of mortality and transformation.

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  • My Girl 2
    Anna Chlumsky, Dan Aykroyd, Jamie Lee Curtis
    13 votes
    • Released: 1993
    • Directed by: Howard Zieff
    Vada Sultenfuss (Anna Chlumsky) is a 13-year-old girl searching for identity and independence. For a class project, she must write about someone she hasn't met but still admires, so she chooses her late biological mother. In order to learn more, Vada journeys to Los Angeles on a school break, staying with her uncle Phil (Richard Masur). Nick (Austin O'Brien), Phil's girlfriend's son, reluctantly agrees to show Vada around the city. But, before long, he's wrapped up in her search for truth.

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  • Uncle Buck
    John Candy, Amy Madigan, Jean Louisa Kelly
    13 votes
    • Released: 1989
    • Directed by: John Hughes
    In the heart of Chicago's suburbs, Uncle Buck (John Candy) is an unconventional, fun-loving bachelor. Suddenly tasked with overseeing his brother's three children, he finds himself in the midst of family chaos. The eldest niece, Tia (Jean Louisa Kelly), proves particularly challenging with her teenage angst. Directed by John Hughes, this comedy-drama explores family dynamics and responsibilities through a humorous lens. The movie earned praise for its unique blend of comedy and drama, buoyed by Candy's memorable performance as the titular character. It remains a quintessential '80s family film full of heart and humor.

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  • Miracle in the Woods
    Patricia Heaton, Anna Chlumsky, Sanaa Lathan
    6 votes
    • Released: 1997
    • Directed by: Arthur Allan Seidelman
    Miracle in the Woods is a 1997 film directed by Arthur Allan Seidelman.
  • Trading Mom

    Trading Mom

    André the Giant, Sissy Spacek, Anna Chlumsky
    5 votes
    • Released: 1994
    • Directed by: Tia Brelis
    Trading Mom is a 1994 comedy film directed by Tia Brelis.
  • Sam


    Anna Chlumsky, Chris Klein, James Lafferty
    5 votes
    • Released: 2011
    • Directed by: John A. Gallagher
    Sam is a 2011 comedy film written by John A. Gallagher and Nicholas Brooks and directed by John A. Gallagher.