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Top 39 Best Nicole Kidman Movies On Amazon Prime In 2023 [Ranked]
Emilia-Updated Sep 13, 2023
Nicole Kidman is an American-Australian actress and producer who is known for her work in different film and television production genres. She is also ranked among some of the highest-paid actresses and the recipient of several accolades, such as multiple Golden Globes, an Academy Award and two Primetime Emmys.
Kidman started her career in Australia with Bush Christmas and BMX Bandits with her breakthrough role coming in Dead Calm.
She is named by New York Times as one of the greatest actors of the 21st century and Time magazine has included her in its list of 100 most influential people in the world.
If you'd like to know what sets Nicole Kidman apart from her contemporaries, then our list of some of her best films available on Amazon Prime ought to help.
1. The Northman (2022)
The Northman premiered in theatres in 2022. Directed by Robert Eggers, this movie features Alexander Skarsgård, Nicole Kidman, and Claes Bang in the lead. If you have a particular liking for action-adventure movies, then you can try this title.
The Northman received a score of 7 on IMDb and 82 on Metacritic.
Prince Amleth, his mind heavy with hate and vengeance, heads to Iceland to visit justice on the man who killed his father, King Aurvandill War-Raven, in cold blood and claimed his mother for himself.
His bloody quest leaves a trail of death as he gets closer to his goal, after which he aims to reclaim the kingdom that is his by right. The Northman soon becomes a force to be feared.
But where his adversaries fail to defeat him, what he loves most might end up destroying everything he believes to be true.
Available Countries: Australia, France, India, Japan, and New Zealand
2. The Others (2001)
Helmed for the screen by Alejandro Amenábar, The Others is a horror-mystery that hit the screens in 2001.
Its crew members include Alejandro Amenábar (screenplay), Javier Aguirresarobe (cinematography), and Sonia Grande (costume), among others. The full-length feature was able to amass over $209,947,037 at the box office and received ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards, Cinema Writers Circle Awards, Spain, and Empire Awards, UK.
In post-World War II Jersey, Grace Stewart hires three new servants, including a mute girl named Lydia, to help care for her children with a mysterious disease. Strange events begin to occur in the remote country house, leading Grace to fear the presence of unknown "others."
As the supernatural occurrences escalate, Grace discovers a shocking truth about her own fate and that of her family and servants.
Available Countries: Italy, Netherlands, Poland, Denmark, and Switzerland
3. Paddington (2014)
The success of Paddington at the box office is a testament to its brilliance. With a budget of $55,000,000 and $282,377,683 gross, this movie is a must-see for all movie lovers.
Directed by Paul King and featuring an incredible cast led by Hugh Bonneville, Sally Hawkins, and Julie Walters, it is no surprise that it was so well-received by audiences.
A young bear who can talk and walk. He embarks on an adventure through the jungles of Peru to London, where he is adopted as a member of the Brown family, who name him Paddington.
As Paddington embarks on an adventure to find the explorer who had met his aunt and uncle years ago and had promised them shelter in London, he experiences life and hardships like never before. But along the way, he also finds himself a forever home.
Available Countries: Italy, India, Japan, Netherlands, and Denmark
4. Lion (2016)
This acclaimed motion picture thrives on Luke Davies's tight and textured screenplay, which has been brought to life on the big screen by Garth Davis. Therefore, it wouldn't be an exaggeration to claim that Lion ends up providing lessons in screenwriting.
It's not surprising then that Garth Davis's unique execution of the screenplay helped the movie open to favourable reviews. Furthermore, it went on to earn well-deserved awards such as BAFTA Awards, AACTA International Awards, and Asia Pacific Screen Awards.
An Australian couple has adopted a five-year-old Indian boy, Saroo, who drifted away from his home and travelled hundreds of kilometres alone. After 25 years, he sets out to find his lost family.
He embarks on an unforgettable journey using the help of Google Maps, making him remember all the childhood memories he once shared with his mother and siblings. Let's see how close he gets to his family on this journey.
Available Countries: Canada, Italy, India, and Japan
5. Rabbit Hole (2010)
Rabbit Hole is a drama which has been helmed for the screen by John Cameron Mitchell.
Toplined by actors such as Nicole Kidman, Aaron Eckhart, and Dianne Wiest (main characters), the film was released in 2010 with a runtime of 1 hour and 31 min.
Becca and Howie Corbett's four-year-old son Danny is killed in a car accident. Eight months on, Becca wants to move on by giving away Danny's clothes and things and selling their house and starting afresh. However, Howie is appalled by Becca's elimination of anything that reminds her of their son.
Becca soon comes across Jason, the boy driving the car responsible for Danny's accident. He tells her about a book she's writing, on parallel lives, called 'Rabbit Hole.'
As the struggle to continue with life haunts Becca, the book makes her realise how grief has become a part of her life, and she must find a parallel version of herself who can exist without being consumed by grief always.
Available Countries: United States
6. The Killing of a Sacred Deer (2017)
Featuring Barry G. Bernson, Herb Caillouet, and Bill Camp in the lead, The Killing of a Sacred Deer is a drama-horror movie that was released in 2017. It comprises a talented team of crew members Yorgos Lanthimos (director), Yorgos Lanthimos, and Efthymis Filippou (screenplay), Thimios Bakatakis (cinematography), and others.
The motion picture received a score of 7 on IMDb, while it received 73 out of 100 on Metacritic.
Dr Steven Murphy is a renowned cardiac surgeon who is living a happy life with his wife and two kids. Steven meets Martin, a fatherless teen. Martin insinuates himself slowly into the Doctor's life in disturbing ways.
Soon, the full scope of Martin's intentions becomes horrifyingly clear when he confronts Steven about a long-forgotten crime. Which will shatter his domestic bliss forever.
Available Countries: Italy, India, Japan, and Switzerland
7. Eyes Wide Shut (1999)
Looking for a movie to watch? Eyes Wide Shut could be a good option. With a runtime of 2 hours and 39 min and released in 1999, it stars Tom Cruise, Nicole Kidman, and Todd Field and was directed by Stanley Kubrick.
Dr Bill, his wife, Alice, and their seven-year-old daughter are from an upper-middle-class family. After an annual Christmas party, Alice strikes up a conversation with Bill regarding their sex life and, in particular, their sexual encounters outside marriage.
After talking about their fantasies, Bill finds himself seeking different opportunities. He learns from his friend about a private, invite-only sex party which Bill somehow manages to infiltrate. However, the events leading from there arrive to unexpected consequences.
Available Countries: France, Italy, Japan, Denmark, and Switzerland
8. Moulin Rouge! (2001)
Moulin Rouge! premiered in theatres in 2001. Directed by Baz Luhrmann, this movie features Nicole Kidman, Ewan McGregor, and John Leguizamo in the lead. If you have a particular liking for drama-musical movies, then you can try this title.
Moulin Rouge! received a score of 7.6 on IMDb and 66 on Metacritic.
Young writer Christian joins the Bohemian movement in Paris. He meets star performer Satine, and they take part in a play whose end he wrote. Satine has feelings for Christian but won't admit it due to the fear of a Duke who wants Satine and is funding their show.
They love in secret and engage in romance during the drama rehearsal. Duke gets wind of their relationship and hatches a plan to kill Christian to keep Satine to himself.
Available Countries: United States
9. Happy Feet (2006)
Bankrolled by Warner Bros., Happy Feet is an animation-adventure starring Elijah Wood, Brittany Murphy, and Hugh Jackman in prominent roles.
Helmed by George Miller, Warren Coleman, and Judy Morris, the motion picture became a box-office success as it amassed $198,000,317 in the United States of America and Canada. Its worldwide total was $384,336,108 against a production budget of $100,000,000.
Emperor penguins attract mates by singing a unique 'heart song.' When a male penguin's heart song matches that of the female's song, the two of them mate. When Norma Jean and Memphis mate, they lay an egg that Memphis cares for, as Norma Jean leaves to fish with the other females.
The harsh winters lead Memphis to accidentally drop the egg. This leads their son Mumble, to not have the ability to sing but instead be born with the unusual ability to tap dance!
Available Countries: France, Japan, Brazil, and Argentina
10. Panic Room (2002)
Headlined by Jodie Foster, Kristen Stewart, and Forest Whitaker, Panic Room is a crime-drama that hit the screens in 2002.
David Fincher brought the story to life with the help of competent crew members such as David Koepp (screenplay), Conrad W. Hall, and Darius Khondji (cinematography), and many others.
Meg and her diabetic young daughter move into a four-storey brownstone in New York City. The previous owner of the house was a reclusive millionaire who had installed a panic room to protect occupants from intruders.
On their first night, three men break into the house to steal bearer bonds locked inside a floor safe in the panic room. Mother and daughter take shelter in the panic room, unaware of the plans of the intruders, leading them to try for all possible means to get them out.
Available Countries: New Zealand
11. Bombshell (2019)
Bombshell is a biography-drama which has been helmed for the screen by Jay Roach.
Toplined by actors such as Charlize Theron, Nicole Kidman, and Margot Robbie (main characters), the film was released in 2019 with a runtime of 1 hour and 49 min.
The film Bombshell follows a true story of the strong and ambitious women who find themselves in the limelight after anchoring one of America's most powerful news networks. Kelly, Carlson, and Kayla, all three victims of sexual harassment at work, must come together with their truths to stand a chance against a system that predominantly has favoured men. Now it will be even more interesting to see who will win the battle.
Available Countries: United Kingdom, Germany, and Italy
12. The Railway Man (2013)
The Railway Man is a decent movie that didn't quite live up to its potential. Starring Colin Firth, Nicole Kidman, and Stellan Skarsgård and directed by Jonathan Teplitzky, the movie had its moments but ultimately failed to impress critics or audiences when it was released in 2013.
A British Army officer is imprisoned as a prisoner of war in a Japanese labour camp during World War II and tortured. He and his comrades are eventually rescued by the British Army. Thirty years later, he still suffers from the psychological trauma of his wartime experiences and learns that one of the people responsible for his treatment is still alive.
He decides to set out and confront him the same way he'd been interrogated years before. However, this desire for revenge soon brings out the traumatic after-effects of a generation brainwashed into believing why it was necessary.
Available Countries: United States, and Argentina
13. The Family Fang (2015)
The Family Fang premiered in theatres in 2015. Directed by Jason Bateman, this movie features Jason Bateman, Nicole Kidman, and Kathryn Hahn in the lead. If you have a particular liking for comedy-drama movies, then you can try this title.
The Family Fang received a score of 6.1 on IMDb and 67 on Metacritic.
Annie and Baxter are the children of controversial parents' conceptual and macabre performances. They have never gotten over how their parents used them in their gory performances.
Now adults, they often blame their parents for the issues in their lives. However, when the police inform them of their disappearance, Baxter and Annie's world tumbles. Despite contrasting viewpoints on the disappearance, the siblings decide to go and look for their parents themselves.
Available Countries: Japan
14. The Interpreter (2005)
Looking for a movie to watch? The Interpreter could be a good option. With a runtime of 2 hours and 8 min and released in 2005, it stars Nicole Kidman, Sean Penn, and Catherine Keener and was directed by Sydney Pollack.
Federal agent Tobin Keller is looking after U. N. interpreter Silvia when she overhears a conversation about the death of an African head of state. With Silvia's life turning upside down and becoming the target, Tobin has to keep her safe.
But, as Tobin learns more about Silvia, he finds her a prospective contributor to the conspiracy. However, with dangers surrounding them, Silvia and Tobin have only each other and would need each other's expertise to take control of the situation.
Available Countries: Japan
15. Margot at the Wedding (2007)
Margot at the Wedding is a comedy-drama film that has been helmed for the screen by Noah Baumbach. It features actors Nicole Kidman, Jennifer Jason Leigh, and Flora Cross in pivotal roles. The motion picture was released in 2007 with a 1 hour and 31 min runtime.
The story explores the complex and often-troubled relationship between two sisters, Margot and Pauline. Margot, a successful but self-absorbed writer, arrives on Long Island to visit her sister on the eve of her wedding to an unsuccessful musician, Malcolm.
The weekend is filled with tension and secrets as Margot disapproves of Pauline's choices, and Pauline resents Margot for using her life as inspiration for her writing. The sisters' unresolved issues come to a head in a series of confrontations, leading to a dramatic climax that forces both of them to re-evaluate their relationships and themselves.
Available Countries: India
16. Being the Ricardos (2021)
Looking for a movie to watch? Being the Ricardos could be a good option. With a runtime of 2 hours and 11 min and released in 2021, it stars Nicole Kidman, Javier Bardem, and J.K. Simmons and was directed by Aaron Sorkin.
This biopic tracks the life moments, professional accomplishments, and marital challenges experienced by two of television's most iconic artists and personalities, namely Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz.
From covering fan-loved moments in and around the legendary "I Love Lucy" show to capturing numerous personal and tragic elements in Lucy and Desi's lives, the biopic dramatizes much about the rise and fall of this legendary married couple. This includes their political trysts with the Communist scare that unravelled during yesteryear Hollywood.
Available Countries: United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, and Germany
17. Destroyer (2018)
Featuring Nicole Kidman, Toby Kebbell, and Tatiana Maslany in the lead, Destroyer is an action-crime movie that was released in 2018. It comprises a talented team of crew members Karyn Kusama (director), Phil Hay, and Matt Manfredi (screenplay), Julie Kirkwood (cinematography), and others.
The motion picture received a score of 6.2 on IMDb, while it received 62 out of 100 on Metacritic.
When Erin Bell was a young police officer, she was given an undercover assignment. But that assignment ended badly and Erin's life was left completely destroyed.
Years later, Erin reunites with the people from the same undercover assignment to make peace and start a new journey of action, justice, and friendship. Only time will as to whether things will end better for her this time around.
Available Countries: India
18. Aquaman (2018)
Headlined by Jason Momoa, Amber Heard, and Willem Dafoe, Aquaman is an action-adventure that hit the screens in 2018.
James Wan brought the story to life with the help of competent crew members such as David Leslie Johnson-McGoldrick, and Will Beall (screenplay), Don Burgess (cinematography), and many others.
Arthur Curry, born on the shores of the sea, is of half-human (from his humble lighthouse keeper father) and half-Atlantean descent (from his Queen of Atlantis mother), thereby making him the rightful heir of the kingdom of Atlantis.
However, he soon finds out that Atlantis is being ruled by his evil half-brother Orm, who plans on uniting the seven underwater kingdoms to wage a united war on the surface.
To prevent this catastrophe from happening, Arthur must realise his true potential as Aquaman and with the help of Mera and Nuidis Vulko save Atlantis and the surface, from Orm's evil plans.
Available Countries: France, Brazil, and Argentina
19. Genius (2016)
Genius premiered in theatres in 2016. Directed by Michael Grandage, this movie features Colin Firth, Jude Law, and Nicole Kidman in the lead. If you have a particular liking for biography-drama movies, then you can try this title.
Genius received a score of 6.5 on IMDb and 56 on Metacritic.
Maxwell Perkins, the Successful editor at Scribner's, known for discovering F. Scott Fitzgerald and Ernest Hemingway, reads a draft of a novel by Thomas Wolfe. Struck by the content, he decides to collaborate and publish the author's work.
The book proves to be a commercial success, leading to a strong bond between Perkins and Wolfe. Meanwhile, Wolfe's relationship with a married woman, twenty years his senior is also tested after the novel is published.
Available Countries: Italy
20. Days of Thunder (1990)
Starring Tom Cruise, Nicole Kidman, and Robert Duvall, Days of Thunder tells a familiar story with a competent script and direction. While not a standout in any particular area, it provides a solid movie-going experience.
Young racer Cole Trickle has years of experience in open-wheel racing, winning championships with the World of Outlaws. He sets his sights on the Indianapolis 500, and Chevrolet dealership tycoon recruits him to race for his team in the NASCAR Cup series.
Former crew chief and car builder Harry Hogge is brought in to lead Cole's pit crew. While Cole struggles to adjust to NASCAR terminology, a budding rivalry between him and dirty driver Rowdy Burns complicates matters further.
Available Countries: Japan
21. The Human Stain (2003)
Featuring Anthony Hopkins, Nicole Kidman, and Ed Harris in the lead, The Human Stain is a drama-romance movie that was released in 2003. It comprises a talented team of crew members Robert Benton (director), Nicholas Meyer (screenplay), Jean-Yves Escoffier (cinematography), and others.
The motion picture received a score of 6.2 on IMDb, while it received 57 out of 100 on Metacritic.
Writer Nathan Zuckerman settles at a lakeside cabin after his second divorce and battle with prostate cancer. His reclusive life is interrupted by Coleman Silk, a former dean who was forced to resign after being accused of being racist.
Coleman's wife dies following the scandal and he wishes to avenge the loss of his wife and career by writing a book. The project gets placed on the backburner after Coleman starts an affair with Faunia Farley, a younger semi-literate woman. However, this association soon forces Coleman to deal with a shocking secret of his life that he's kept hidden for years.
Available Countries: Canada, Italy, Brazil, and Argentina
22. The Upside (2017)
Despite receiving mixed reviews from critics, The Upside still manages to be a movie that's worth watching. The film features a talented cast led by Kevin Hart, Bryan Cranston, and Nicole Kidman and direction by Neil Burger, and while it may not be perfect, it still has plenty of redeeming qualities.
Philip is a wealthy quadriplegic who needs a caretaker to help him with his day-to-day routine in his New York penthouse. He decides to hire Dell, a struggling parolee.
Despite coming from two different worlds, an unlikely friendship begins to blossom between the two. Will both Philip and Dell become the guiding light in each other's lives and help find their true purposes?
Available Countries: United Kingdom, Australia, Germany, France, and Italy
23. Far and Away (1992)
Far and Away is a decent movie that didn't quite live up to its potential. Starring Tom Cruise, Nicole Kidman, and Thomas Gibson and directed by Ron Howard, the movie had its moments but ultimately failed to impress critics or audiences when it was released in 1992.
Joseph runs away with Shannon to Oklahoma, which is giving land away for free. The duo land into one misfortunate after another. They find a job and room to rent where Joseph does bare-knuckle boxing, and Shannon goes dancing burlesque.
When they get into trouble with the boss of their establishment, Joseph and Shannon have to flee, and Shannon gets hurt. Joseph decides to leave her in the care of the home they're staying in despite his feelings for her.
Available Countries: Germany, and Japan
24. The Golden Compass (2007)
Headlined by Nicole Kidman, Daniel Craig, and Dakota Blue Richards, The Golden Compass is an adventure-family that hit the screens in 2007.
Chris Weitz brought the story to life with the help of competent crew members such as Chris Weitz (screenplay), Henry Braham (cinematography), and many others.
Lyra Belaqua, a young orphan, is living and getting her education at Oxford's Jordan College. When her best friend, Roger, gets kidnapped by evil gobblers, Lyra finds herself on a dangerous journey to have her friend back.
She receives aid from her uncle, a witch, an armoured bear named Iorek Byrnison and is given a magical golden compass that reveals the truth. Lyra would need all the help she could get to win a brutal battle.
Available Countries: Denmark, Finland, and Norway
25. Birthday Girl (2001)
Birthday Girl is one of those movies that never quite found its footing, despite a talented cast and crew. Directed by Jez Butterworth, and starring Nicole Kidman, Vincent Cassel, and Ben Chaplin, the movie failed to make an impression with critics or audiences when it was released in 2001.
John Buckingham is an introverted bank clerk who orders a mail-order bride, Nadia from Russia. He is uncomfortably shy while she's sexually bold. Despite her inability to speak English and his inability to speak Russian, they bond.
Sometime later, a man named Yuri, whom she introduces as her cousin and his friend Alexei show up and hold Nadia hostage while demanding a ransom from John. Having grown attached to Nadia, John is forced to steal from the bank he's served in for years. However, John is unaware of what he's being set up for and is set to have his world turn upside down.
Available Countries: Canada
26. Secret in Their Eyes (2015)
Secret in Their Eyes is a competent, if unremarkable, entry in the crime-drama genre. The cast and direction are serviceable, but the predictable plot and lack of surprises may leave some viewers underwhelmed.
A detective named Ray is working hard on a case to find the truth about who raped and murdered Carolyn, his friend Jess's daughter.
Despite a long wait of thirteen years, he's finally able to uncover the culprit, the district attorney refuses to reopen the case. Ray decides to take justice into his own hands, unaware that this will soon lead to a shocking and unexpected discovery.
Available Countries: Cuba, and Spain
27. BMX Bandits (1983)
BMX Bandits is an adventure-crime which has been helmed for the screen by Brian Trenchard-Smith.
Toplined by actors such as David Argue, John Ley, and Nicole Kidman (main characters), the film was released in 1983 with a runtime of 1 hour and 28 min.
Three BMX enthusiasts, P.J., Goose and Judy, find a stack of walkie-talkies. The teenagers decide to sell the walkie-talkies and make some quick cash.
However, unbeknownst to them, the walkie-talkies belong to a group of hardened criminals who need them for their next assignment and would do anything to get them back.
Available Countries: Australia, and New Zealand
28. Batman Forever (1995)
Bankrolled by Warner Bros., Batman Forever is an action-adventure starring Val Kilmer, Tommy Lee Jones, and Jim Carrey in prominent roles.
Helmed by Joel Schumacher, the motion picture became a box-office success as it amassed $184,069,126 in the United States of America and Canada. Its worldwide total was $336,567,158 against a production budget of $100,000,000.
Gotham City's vigilante Batman realises he has to protect the city from two villains; Two-Face and the Riddler. While Two-Face is former District Attorney Harvey Dent with a split personality, Riddler is Edward Nygma, a psychotic ex-employee of Wayne Enterprises, bent on revenge for having his project turned down by Wayne.
As the two decide to join forces to put their evil plans into action, Batman has a new sidekick in Robin and a new love interest, psychiatrist Dr Chase Meridian to deal with as well.
Available Countries: Germany, Japan, Netherlands, and Switzerland
29. The Goldfinch (2019)
Looking for a movie to watch? The Goldfinch could be a good option. With a runtime of 2 hours and 29 min and released in 2019, it stars Oakes Fegley, Ansel Elgort, and Nicole Kidman and was directed by John Crowley.
Young Theo's mother is killed in a bombing at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. In the aftermath, a dying man urges him to take the painting, 'The Goldfinch', and his engraved ring. Theo is soon placed in the foster care family of his best friend.
Meanwhile, a series of events introduces Theo to the world of alcohol and drugs and gets involved in the business of selling restored antiques, which are in reality real forgeries. However, his wrong work soon catches up with him.
Available Countries: United States, Germany, Japan, Brazil, and Switzerland
30. Before I Go to Sleep (2014)
Before I Go to Sleep is a decent movie that didn't quite live up to its potential. Starring Nicole Kidman, Colin Firth, and Mark Strong and directed by Rowan Joffe, the movie had its moments but ultimately failed to impress critics or audiences when it was released in 2014.
Christine Lucas wakes up next to a man she doesn't recognise. He tells her that he's her husband Ben and she's suffered severe brain damage in a car accident ten years ago, leading to a loss of memory.
However, as she slowly begins to recollect bits and pieces of her memory, she realises the person claiming to be her husband, Ben, isn't who he claims to be. As more and more terrifying truths come to the fore, Christine is left questioning everyone around her.
Available Countries: United States, Japan, and Argentina
31. The Paperboy (2012)
Bankrolled by Millennium Films and helmed by Lee Daniels, The Paperboy is a crime-drama that hit the screens in 2012.
Ward Jansen, an idealistic investigative reporter, returns to his hometown to investigate the murder of a violent local sheriff, for which Hillary Van Wetter, a swamp-dwelling alligator hunter and small-time criminal, is on death row.
Ward and Yardley Acheman, his colleague, intend on helping to exonerate him. Meanwhile, Ward's younger brother Jack also helps them as their driver. As Van Wetter's girlfriend too begins to rally for his innocence, Jack begins to fall for her.
As Ward and Yardley dig deeper into the investigation, deep-seated racial and acceptance issues crop up, posing serious consequences for all involved.
Available Countries: Canada, Italy, and India
32. Just Go with It (2011)
Just Go with It is a comedy-romance film that has been helmed for the screen by Dennis Dugan. It features actors Adam Sandler, Jennifer Aniston, and Brooklyn Decker in pivotal roles. The motion picture was released in 2011 with a 1 hour and 57 min runtime.
A love triangle unfolds between a successful plastic surgeon, his office manager, and a young math teacher, all set against the backdrop of a wild and comical Hawaiian adventure. When Danny meets Palmer and lies about his marital status, he enlists the help of Katherine to pose as his soon-to-be ex-wife.
But as they embark on a journey to Hawaii, with Danny's bumbling cousin in tow, Danny and Katherine find themselves falling for each other, just as Palmer starts to suspect the truth.
Available Countries: Denmark, Finland, and Norway
33. Queen of the Desert (2015)
Looking for a movie to watch? Queen of the Desert could be a good option. With a runtime of 2 hours and 8 min and released in 2015, it stars Nicole Kidman, James Franco, and Robert Pattinson and was directed by Werner Herzog.
Gertrude Bell has several feathers on her hat. She was a traveller, spy, political officer, and as well as English writer during the beginning of the twentieth century. On her journey, she meets well-known and dynamic personalities who present their views in front of her and, at the same time, listen to her strong opinions. Gertrude faces many conflicts and challenges during her journey to the Middle East to protect her ancestral land.
Available Countries: Italy, India, Poland, Denmark, and Finland
34. Strangerland (2015)
Headlined by Nicole Kidman, Joseph Fiennes, and Hugo Weaving, Strangerland is a drama-mystery that hit the screens in 2015.
Kim Farrant brought the story to life with the help of competent crew members such as Michael Kinirons, Fiona Seres, and Fiona Seres (screenplay), P.J. Dillon (cinematography), and many others.
Catherine and Matthew Parker move with their children Lily and Tom to the remote Australian town of Nathgari. The children often wander around town when unable to sleep at night, much to the discomfort of their parents.
However, when the children mysteriously go missing as a dust storm is forecast to hit the town, old would and disturbing rumours from the past resurface.
Available Countries: United Kingdom
35. Trespass (2011)
Featuring Nicolas Cage, Nicole Kidman, and Cam Gigandet in the lead, Trespass is a crime-drama movie that was released in 2011. It comprises a talented team of crew members Joel Schumacher (director), Karl Gajdusek (screenplay), Andrzej Bartkowiak (cinematography), and others.
The motion picture received a score of 5.3 on IMDb, while it received 37 out of 100 on Metacritic.
Diamond dealer Kyle Miller has a dysfunctional family consisting of his wife and daughter. While Avery detests her parents and does as she pleases, Sarah yearns more from her marriage and Kyle holds hidden aversions for his wife.
When their house is suddenly invaded by a gang of robbers masquerading as police looking to find large amounts of cash and diamonds hidden in the house how does Kyle manage the situation? Meanwhile, surprising secrets riddled with guilt and deception begin to tumble out too.
Available Countries: Canada, Italy, and India
36. Grace of Monaco (2014)
Headlined by Nicole Kidman, Tim Roth, and André Penvern, Grace of Monaco is a biography-drama that hit the screens in 2014.
Olivier Dahan brought the story to life with the help of competent crew members such as Arash Amel (screenplay), Eric Gautier (cinematography), and many others.
This is the story of the famous former Hollywood star Grace Kelly and her marriage and identity crisis. During a political dispute between Prince Rainier III of Monaco and Charles de Gaulle of France, she had to decide whether to return to Hollywood or do her duty as the princess.
What Grace faced on her journey from the Hollywood limelight to becoming the Princess of Monaco is shown in this film.
Available Countries: India, Brazil, and Argentina
37. Emerald City (1988)
Looking for a movie to watch? Emerald City could be a good option. With a runtime of 1 hour and 32 min and released in 1988, it stars John Hargreaves, Robyn Nevin, and Chris Haywood and was directed by Michael Jenkins.
Colin is a principled screenwriter while his wife Kate is the editor for a publishing house. The couple relocates from hot and humid Melbourne to ruthless Sydney and is soon lured by the big city's bright lights.
Colin is acquainted with Mike, a hack but resourceful screenwriter who harbours commercial ambitions and strikes a partnership with him. He also instantly takes a liking for Mike's attractive girlfriend Helen. Meanwhile, Kate begins working on a book on social causes and starts losing sight of her ideals in the world of hustlers and cynics.
Available Countries: Australia, and New Zealand
38. Bush Christmas (1983)
Bush Christmas is a drama-family film that has been helmed for the screen by Henri Safran. It features actors John Ewart, John Howard, and Mark Spain in pivotal roles. The motion picture was released in 1983 with a 1 hour and 31 min runtime.
In the Australian outback, the Thompson family are hoping their horse Prince will be able to win the New Year's Cup, and they'll be able to use the money from the winnings to keep their farm from foreclosure.
However, when two struggling lowlifes learn of the horse, they steal it and escape to the nearby mountain ranges. With the thieves having sabotaged all forms of transportation and communication, the Thompson children saddle up their horses and go after the crooks.
Available Countries: Australia, and New Zealand
39. Windrider (1986)
Released in 1986, Windrider was a movie that just didn't quite hit the mark. Despite the talented cast, including Tom Burlinson, Nicole Kidman, and Jill Perryman, and direction by Vincent Monton, the film was unable to connect with audiences and failed to generate much buzz or recognition.
Stewart 'P.C.' Simpson resides in a majestic beachfront house and is an enthusiastic windsurfer who indulges in his passion daily. His wealthy father faults P.C.'s inconsistency while working within his business but also appreciates his remarkable abilities on the waves.
P.C. takes the help of his father's company's engineer to develop a high-tech sailboard for an upcoming world windsurfing championship. Meanwhile, he starts a budding romance with Jade, a rock singer. As the relationship bloom, sports, friends, and everything else goes in the backseat.
Available Countries: United States, Australia, Italy, and New Zealand
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