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Top 15 Best Glen Powell Movies On Amazon Prime In 2024 [Ranked]
Archie-Updated Jan 10, 2024
Glen Thomas Powell is an American actor who started his career with several small guest roles on television and films, like The Dark Knight Rises and The Expendables, before getting his breakthrough on the television series, Scream Queens. Since then, Powell has also acted in films like Everybody Wants Some!!, Set It Up, Hidden Figures, Top Gun: Maverick as well as Devotion.
Given below is a look into Glen Thomas Powell's filmography available on Amazon Prime.
1. The Dark Knight Rises (2012)
Helmed for the screen by Christopher Nolan, The Dark Knight Rises is an action-drama that hit the screens in 2012.
Its crew members include Jonathan Nolan, and Christopher Nolan (screenplay), Wally Pfister (cinematography), and Lindy Hemming (costume), among others. The full-length feature was able to amass over $1,114,085,030 at the box office and received ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards, BMI Film & TV Awards, and Brit Awards.
Eight years after the death of District Attorney Harvey Dent and Rachel Dawes, Bruce Wayne has become a recluse and Gotham City is free of crimes. However, there's a new criminal lurking; Bane and he's come with an agenda of revealing who Harvey Dent really was and of wiping off Bruce Wayne, once and for all.
He takes over the city by force and that pushes Batman out of his hibernation to save the city that needs him, once again. As Bane attempts to do justice to Ra's Al Ghul's dream of destroying Gotham, Batman will have to find both old and new allies to put an end to this menace; once and for all.
Available Countries: Japan, Netherlands, Denmark, Finland, and Norway
2. Top Gun: Maverick (2022)
Featuring Tom Cruise, Jennifer Connelly, and Miles Teller in the lead, Top Gun: Maverick is an action-drama movie that was released in 2022. It comprises a talented team of crew members Joseph Kosinski (director), Ehren Kruger, Eric Warren Singer, and Christopher McQuarrie (screenplay), Claudio Miranda (cinematography), and others.
The motion picture received a score of 8.3 on IMDb, while it received 78 out of 100 on Metacritic.
Picking up 30 years after the original storyline, Captain Pete "Maverick" Mitchell proves he is still one of the best naval aviators in the U. S. Airforce. His past returns to haunt him in the form of Lt. Bradley "Rooster" Bradshaw, son of the man with whom Maverick once flew but couldn't save.
The elite flight school "Top Gun" has a new set of graduates, and Maverick is called in to advise and teach them on a mission of international significance.
Available Countries: United States, and India
3. Everybody Wants Some!! (2016)
Everybody Wants Some!! is a comedy film that has been helmed for the screen by Richard Linklater. It features actors Blake Jenner, Tyler Hoechlin, and Ryan Guzman in pivotal roles. The motion picture was released in 2016 with a 1 hour and 57 min runtime.
In the fall of 1980, college freshman Jake, an all-state pitcher moves into an off-campus house with the other members of the college baseball team, including his roommate Billy. Soon after, there's a team meeting in the house and the coach introduces all the new players including the transfer students and cites two primary rules to be followed.
As time goes by, all the players attempt to work around the freedoms and responsibilities that come with the thrill and fear of experiencing adulthood, unsupervised.
Available Countries: Australia, India, Brazil, and Argentina
4. The Great Debaters (2007)
Helmed for the screen by Denzel Washington, The Great Debaters is a biography-drama that hit the screens in 2007.
Its crew members include Robert Eisele (screenplay), Philippe Rousselot (cinematography), and Sharen Davis (costume), among others. The full-length feature was able to amass over $30,271,556 at the box office and received BET Awards, Christopher Awards, and Image Awards.
The Great Debaters is based on real-life events and narrates the society of Texas in the 1930s following the Great Depression. The life of African-Americans conflicted with daily bullying and lynching.
A debate coach, Melvin B. Tolson's effects, led the students of Wiley College, a predominantly black college, to stand on equal footing with the white students during the regularity of Jim Crow law which endangered the lives of Black people.
Wiley College went on to compete against Harvard students.
Available Countries: United States, and Canada
5. The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society (2018)
Headlined by Jessica Brown Findlay, Tom Courtenay, and Michiel Huisman, The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society is a drama-romance that hit the screens in 2018.
Mike Newell brought the story to life with the help of competent crew members such as Don Roos, Kevin Hood, and Thomas Bezucha (screenplay), Zac Nicholson (cinematography), and many others.
Author Juliet Ashton's new book is soon to be released when she receives a letter from a member of The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society inquiring about her book.
The letters exchanged give them insights into each other's lives, with Juliet especially interested in knowing more about society. She arranges to visit the island and meets all the members there.
Juliet grows closer to the group and forms a special bond, but her fiancee awaits her in London.
Available Countries: Spain
6. Devotion (2022)
Looking for a movie to watch? Devotion could be a good option. With a runtime of 2 hours and 19 min and released in 2022, it stars Jonathan Majors, Glen Powell, and Christina Jackson and was directed by J.D. Dillard.
Ensign Jesse Brown and Lt. Tom Hudner join the Navy Fighter Squadron VF-32 around the same time and Brown gets assigned as Hudner's wingman. The two soon become the best of friends.
When the Korean War breaks out, they are positioned on an aircraft carrier to provide air support. When one of them has an emergency crash landing, the other will have to embark on a dangerous rescue mission to save him. Will he succeed?
Available Countries: United Kingdom, France, Italy, India, and the Netherlands
7. Fast Food Nation (2006)
Fast Food Nation is a comedy-drama which has been helmed for the screen by Richard Linklater.
Toplined by actors such as Greg Kinnear, Bruce Willis, and Catalina Sandino Moreno (main characters), the film was released in 2006 with a runtime of 1 hour and 56 min.
Don Anderson, the marketing director for Mickey's fast food chain is the inventor of their bestselling hamburger; the Big One. When independent research shows the presence of cow faeces in the Big One, Don is sent to Colorado to verify whether the beef being sent is as authentic as it appears.
However, upon reaching there, he uncovers a lot more than just a horrible hamburger.
Available Countries: Italy, and Argentina
8. Stuck in Love. (2012)
Featuring Greg Kinnear, Jennifer Connelly, and Lily Collins in the lead, Stuck in Love. is a comedy-drama movie that was released in 2012. It comprises a talented team of crew members Josh Boone (director), Josh Boone, and Rick Bitzelberger (screenplay), Tim Orr (cinematography), and others.
The motion picture received a score of 7.2 on IMDb, while it received 49 out of 100 on Metacritic.
Bill, a writer, is still nursing the hurt of his wife leaving him for another man and, as a result, hasn't written anything for three years now. He is raising his two teenage children, who borrowed their father's passion for writing and are working on their own novels.
Nineteen-year-old Samantha, having felt the hurt of her parents' divorce, rejects the idea of long-term commitment. While high-schooler Rusty experiences his first love. Bill and his two children learn lessons about love.
Available Countries: Canada, Germany, India, Brazil, and Argentina
9. The Hottest State (2006)
The Hottest State premiered in theatres in 2006. Directed by Ethan Hawke, this movie features Mark Webber, Catalina Sandino Moreno, and Laura Linney in the lead. If you have a particular liking for drama-music movies, then you can try this title.
The Hottest State received a score of 6 on IMDb and 45 on Metacritic.
Two individuals, creative in their pursuits, are troubled souls with messy pasts that cast a long shadow on their romantic relationships and self-identity. They met in New York, where he was trying to make it as an actor while she wished to become a singer.
In his childhood, he was close to his father, but he abandoned him while her previous relationships had been failures making her fearful to commit.
Maybe if they fix their past, they can move on.
Available Countries: Japan
10. The Wendell Baker Story (2005)
Bankrolled by Möbius Entertainment and helmed by Andrew Wilson, and Luke Wilson, The Wendell Baker Story is a comedy-drama that hit the screens in 2005.
Wendell Baker is a good-hearted man who is misdirected, leading him to set up an illegal yet successful fake-ID business, helping undocumented immigrants to cross the US-Mexico border. He gets caught by an undercover police officer who sends him to jail.
While initially, his girlfriend would visit, his lack of emotional ability makes her move on. After getting paroled, he gets a job at a retirement home where the head nurse Neil is running an illegal business and tries to get him to join in or stay in silence.
Wendell chooses neither and instead decides to work with a new sense of purpose; to help the residents and stop the scam that's taking place.
Available Countries: San Marino, and Holy See
11. The Expendables 3 (2014)
The Expendables 3 premiered in theatres in 2014. Directed by Patrick Hughes, this movie features Sylvester Stallone, Jason Statham, and Jet Li in the lead. If you have a particular liking for action-adventure movies, then you can try this title.
The Expendables 3 received a score of 6.1 on IMDb and 35 on Metacritic.
The Expendables, under the leadership of Barney Ross, intercept a shipment of bombs to be delivered to a warlord in Somalia. Along the way, they come across Conrad Stonebacks, a former Expendable who has not gone rogue after being presumed dead.
A face-off ensues, and Ross's friend gets critically injured. He decides the expendables need a team of younger mercenaries to capture Stonebacks. However, the recruits and veterans soon clash but must put their differences aside when the enemy in front is bigger than they had expected.
Available Countries: Poland
12. Ride Along 2 (2016)
Bankrolled by Universal Pictures and helmed by Tim Story, Ride Along 2 is an action-comedy that hit the screens in 2016.
This sequel unravels a whole year after what happened in the first part. A wedding is in the works this time. However, James and Ben have to reluctantly team up to pursue a drug ring lead in Miami that’s been hard to crack.
There they encounter Maya, a homicide detective who is not in the mood for other-state officers working on her turf.
Their paths cross with AJ’s, a computer hacker whose data implicates a seemingly ordinary businessman called Antonio Pope in the South Florida drug trade. James and Ben make plans to find the right evidence that can put Antonio behind bars.
Available Countries: Angola, Burkina Faso, Congo, Côte d'Ivoire, and Cameroon
13. Sex Ed (2014)
Sex Ed premiered in theatres in 2014. Directed by Isaac Feder, this movie features Haley Joel Osment, Lorenza Izzo, and Kevin Balmore in the lead. If you have a particular liking for comedy-romance movies, then you can try this title.
Sex Ed received a score of 5.6 on IMDb and 34 on Metacritic.
Ed Cole believes he is wasting his life and leaves his job at a bagel store and works as an after-school detention teacher. While working with the students he realises that they are not receiving any form of sexual education, leading him to start an after-school sex-ed program.
While Ed doesn't have the knowledge for it he chooses to go ahead and delve deep into the world of menstrual cycles, STIs and more, leading him to incur the wrath of the local reverend.
Available Countries: United States, and Japan
14. Misconduct (2016)
Bankrolled by Grindstone Entertainment Group and helmed by Shintaro Shimosawa, Misconduct is a crime-drama that hit the screens in 2016.
Ben Cahill is an ambitious lawyer who is approached by his former lover, Emily Hynes, with evidence and dirt on her boyfriend, Arthur Denning, the owner of a major pharmaceutical company. Cahill uses Hynes' information to pitch a class action lawsuit against Denning. Later that evening, Cahill finds Hynes dead in her apartment.
Cahill decides to leave the scene without reporting it to the police and tries to cover his tracks. However, his efforts don't bear fruit and he finds himself getting pulled into a case of blackmail and corruption that getting murkier by the minute.
Available Countries: United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, Germany, and France
15. April Apocalypse (2013)
April Apocalypse is a comedy-horror film that has been helmed for the screen by Jarret Tarnol. It features actors Reece Thompson, Rebekah Brandes, and Brent Tarnol in pivotal roles. The motion picture was released in 2013 with a 1 hour and 24 min runtime.
Artie has been pining for April, the girl next door and his best friend for years. When he finally manages to gather the courage to ask her out, he realises she's moving away. Unwilling to let her go, he decides to follow suit.
However, on the way his car crashes leading him to go unconscious for a week. When he finally does wake up, he realises there's a zombie outbreak. Now, Artie must do all it takes to find April, irrespective of all the flesh-hungry monsters coming at him.
Available Countries: United States, and Canada
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