Top 32 Best Nicole Kidman Movies On Netflix In 2023 [Ranked]

Aakriti MishraAakriti-Posted May 25, 2023

top 32 best nicole kidman movies on netflix in 2023 [Ranked]


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 Netflix ought to help.



1. The Northman (2022)


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 7.1 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: Korea



2. The Others (2001)


The Others (2001)


Released in 2001, The Others is credited with bringing well-deserved acclaim to Alejandro Amenábar. His sharp and confident direction kept the viewers glued to their seats for about 1 hour and 44 min.


Needless to mention, the motion picture managed to rake in the moolah at the box office and ended up delighting its producers. Its total global gross stood at around $209,947,037 by the end of its theatrical run.


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: Korea



3. Paddington (2014)


Paddington (2014)


Paul King, Hamish McColl, Paul King, and Michael Bond’s screenplay in Paddington is so amusing and engaging that it seems to come along once in a blue moon. Needless to say, this adventure-comedy feature is one that most fans of the genre must include in their watchlist.


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: United Kingdom, Italy, Indonesia, Denmark, and Brazil



4. Lion (2016)


Lion (2016)


Lion thrives on its eye-pleasing visuals courtesy of cinematographer Greig Fraser's efforts, who seems to have done his best to bring the motion picture and its vivid locations to life on celluloid.


This biography-drama movie, released in 2016, stars Dev Patel, Nicole Kidman, and Rooney Mara in significant roles.


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: United Kingdom, Germany, Italy, and Indonesia



5. Cold Mountain (2003)


Cold Mountain (2003)


Cold Mountain has a screenplay that is widely considered to be iconic among movie critics and fans alike; primarily because of its tight structuring and inclusion of impressive and relatable characters.


Expectedly, Anthony Minghella's narrative and execution of the same helped him win Academy Awards, USA, BAFTA Awards, and Screen Actors Guild Awards.


This story captures a small slice of what happened during the American Civil War. It features a story of hope, love, and redemption as well as the dark side of war.


Delving into the southern-American side of the story, the movie covers the changes caused by the war on non-slave-owning people living in that part of the nation. This multi-genre drama also portrays a meaningful love story between Inman and Ada Monroe.


It even dutifully highlights the struggles of the confederates during this historical American milestone.


Available Countries: Canada



6. Eyes Wide Shut (1999)


Eyes Wide Shut (1999)


Helmed for the screen by Stanley Kubrick, Eyes Wide Shut is a drama-mystery that hit the screens in 1999.


Its crew members include Stanley Kubrick, and Frederic Raphael (screenplay), Larry Smith (cinematography), and Marit Allen, and Timothy Everest (costume), among others. The full-length feature was able to amass over $162,243,224 at the box office and received Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA, Association of Polish Filmmakers Critics Awards, and Blockbuster Entertainment Awards.


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: Poland



7. The Killing of a Sacred Deer (2017)


The Killing of a Sacred Deer (2017)


Headlined by Barry G. Bernson, Herb Caillouet, and Bill Camp, The Killing of a Sacred Deer is a drama-horror that hit the screens in 2017.


Yorgos Lanthimos brought the story to life with the help of competent crew members such as Yorgos Lanthimos, and Efthymis Filippou (screenplay), Thimios Bakatakis (cinematography), and many others.


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: United Kingdom



8. Happy Feet (2006)


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: Australia, Japan, and New Zealand



9. The Beguiled (2017)


The Beguiled (2017)


The Beguiled is a competent, if unremarkable, entry in the drama-thriller genre. The cast and direction are serviceable, but the predictable plot and lack of surprises may leave some viewers underwhelmed.


The unexpected arrival of a wounded Union soldier at a Virginia girls' school during the American Civil War leads to jealousy and betrayal, as all the women and girls become fascinated by the handsome man.


Meanwhile, the Confederate soldiers arrive at the school but are not told of the Union soldier on their premises. However, soon after, in an attempt to convince them to not hand him over to the Confederates, the soldier begins to take undue advantage of the women and young girls.


Available Countries: United States



10. Boy Erased (2018)


Boy Erased (2018)


Boy Erased is an average biography-drama movie with some good moments. The performances by Lucas Hedges, Nicole Kidman, and Joel Edgerton are competent, but the screenplay by Garrard Conley, and Joel Edgerton could have been tighter.


Jared is the son of a Baptist preacher. Things get difficult for him when he is sent against his will to attend a church-sponsored gay conversion program, where his life slowly begins to spiral.


Boy Erased is the story of a boy trying to make himself a part of the family by choosing to sacrifice his existence for their sake, which eventually costs him dearly.


Available Countries: Andorra, Spain, and Monaco



11. Panic Room (2002)


Panic Room (2002)


The success of Panic Room at the box office is a testament to its brilliance. With a staggering $197,079,546 gross, this movie is a must-see for all movie lovers.


Directed by David Fincher and featuring an incredible cast led by Jodie Foster, Kristen Stewart, and Forest Whitaker, it is no surprise that it was so well-received by audiences.


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: Canada



12. Bombshell (2019)


Bombshell (2019)


Actors Charlize Theron, Nicole Kidman, and Margot Robbie have delivered stellar performances in Bombshell. Thanks to them, the feature film was able to receive various nominations and wins, including Academy Awards, USA, BAFTA Awards, and AACTA International Awards.


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: Canada, Australia, Italy, Indonesia, and Argentina



13. The Railway Man (2013)


The Railway Man (2013)


The Railway Man might not have been the most well-received biography-drama movie, but it still manages to hold its own. Directed by Jonathan Teplitzky and starring Colin Firth, Nicole Kidman, and Stellan Skarsgård, the movie has its fair share of flaws, but it's still worth a watch.


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, Australia, and New Zealand



14. The Interpreter (2005)


The Interpreter (2005)


Helmed for the screen by Sydney Pollack, The Interpreter is a crime-mystery that hit the screens in 2005.


Its crew members include Charles Randolph, Scott Frank, and Steven Zaillian (screenplay), Darius Khondji (cinematography), and Sarah Edwards (costume), among others. The full-length feature was able to amass over $162,944,923 at the box office and received ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards, Huabiao Film Awards, and Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards.


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: Italy, and Japan



15. Margot at the Wedding (2007)


Margot at the Wedding (2007)


Bankrolled by Scott Rudin Productions and helmed by Noah Baumbach, Margot at the Wedding is a comedy-drama that hit the screens in 2007.


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: United Kingdom, Australia, Germany, France, and Italy



16. Aquaman (2018)


Aquaman (2018)


With a budget of $160,000,000, this blockbuster film raked in an impressive $1,148,528,393 at the box office. Directed by James Wan and featuring a star-studded cast including Jason Momoa, Amber Heard, and Willem Dafoe, this movie is a must-watch for all movie fans.


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: Germany, France, Italy, and Switzerland



17. The Upside (2017)


The Upside (2017)


The Upside is one of those movies that never quite found its footing, despite a talented cast and crew. Directed by Neil Burger, and starring Kevin Hart, Bryan Cranston, and Nicole Kidman, the movie failed to make an impression with critics or audiences when it was released in 2017.


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: Philippines



18. The Prom (2020)


The Prom (2020)


The Prom is a competent, if unremarkable, entry in the comedy-drama genre. The cast and direction are serviceable, but the predictable plot and lack of surprises may leave some viewers underwhelmed.


When a lesbian student named Emma Nolan is denied the right to bring a girl to prom at James Madison High School in Edgewater, Indiana, a group of Broadway stars, including Dee Dee Allen and Barry Glickman, travel to Indiana to help fight for her rights.


Along the way, they discover that they need a cause to revitalize their careers, and Emma's story may be just the thing. As they work to support Emma and her girlfriend Alyssa, they confront their own issues and prejudices, leading to personal growth and unexpected relationships.


Available Countries: United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, and Germany



19. The Golden Compass (2007)


The Golden Compass (2007)


Featuring Nicole Kidman, Daniel Craig, and Dakota Blue Richards in the lead, The Golden Compass is an adventure-family movie that was released in 2007. It comprises a talented team of crew members Chris Weitz (director), Chris Weitz (screenplay), Henry Braham (cinematography), and others.


The motion picture received a score of 6.1 on IMDb, while it received 51 out of 100 on Metacritic.


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: Philippines, and Indonesia



20. Secret in Their Eyes (2015)


Secret in Their Eyes (2015)


Despite receiving mixed reviews from critics, Secret in Their Eyes still manages to be a movie that's worth watching. The film features a talented cast led by Chiwetel Ejiofor, Nicole Kidman, and Julia Roberts and direction by Billy Ray, and while it may not be perfect, it still has plenty of redeeming qualities.


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: France, and Switzerland



21. How to Talk to Girls at Parties (2017)


How to Talk to Girls at Parties (2017)


Bankrolled by Cross City Sales and helmed by John Cameron Mitchell, How to Talk to Girls at Parties is a comedy-music that hit the screens in 2017.


It's 1977 and Enn, a shy teenage boy, accidentally stumbles upon an alien teen party and falls in love with an alien girl, Zane. Away from his group Enn meets new people there and both he and the humanoid alien Zane face several unexpected challenges.


However, what are the challenges they face, how they'll affect their worlds and if they'll find a solution to them; is worth finding out.


Available Countries: Brazil, and Argentina



22. BMX Bandits (1983)


BMX Bandits (1983)


Featuring David Argue, John Ley, and Nicole Kidman in the lead, BMX Bandits is an adventure-crime movie that was released in 1983. It comprises a talented team of crew members Brian Trenchard-Smith (director), Russell Hagg (screenplay), John Seale (cinematography), and others.


The motion picture received a score of 5.4 on IMDb, while it received 53 out of 100 on Metacritic.


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



23. The Invasion (2007)


The Invasion (2007)


The Invasion is a decent movie that didn't quite live up to its potential. Starring Nicole Kidman, Daniel Craig, and Jeremy Northam and directed by Oliver Hirschbiegel, the movie had its moments but ultimately failed to impress critics or audiences when it was released in 2007.


A Space Shuttle crashes on Earth and a fungus-like alien lifeform is discovered in the remaining parts that are scattered over the United States. After people get infected by the organism and REM sleep occurs, the organism takes complete control.


Psychiatrist Carol Bennell notices something amiss when she realises people have 'changed.' When she discovers the cause of it to be extraterrestrial, she struggles to protect her son who holds the key to stopping the invasion.


Available Countries: Japan



24. The Goldfinch (2019)


The Goldfinch (2019)


The Goldfinch is a drama which has been helmed for the screen by John Crowley.


Toplined by actors such as Oakes Fegley, Ansel Elgort, and Nicole Kidman (main characters), the film was released in 2019 with a runtime of 2 hours and 29 min.


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: France



25. Before I Go to Sleep (2014)


Before I Go to Sleep (2014)


Starring Nicole Kidman, Colin Firth, and Mark Strong, Before I Go to Sleep is your run-of-the-mill drama-mystery that hit the screens in 2014. The film's screenplay was written by Rowan Joffe, and S.J. Watson and it was made under the direction of Rowan Joffe. It opened to mixed reviews from critics and failed to gain widespread recognition.


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: Argentina



26. The Peacemaker (1997)


The Peacemaker (1997)


Starring George Clooney, Nicole Kidman, and Marcel Iures, The Peacemaker 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.


Russian Army General Aleksandr Kodoroff leads a conspiracy of looting a train carrying nuclear warheads. US Army Ranger Lieutenant Colonel Thomas Devoe realises what's happened and uncovers the plot happening behind Kremlin's back. 


He urgently seeks to find the bombs and gets assistance from expert analyst Dr Julia Kelly. They cross over to Europe and trail the covert operation, hoping to stop the terrorists from unleashing a catastrophe.


Available Countries: Japan



27. Just Go with It (2011)


Just Go with It (2011)


Just Go with It premiered in theatres in 2011. Directed by Dennis Dugan, this movie features Adam Sandler, Jennifer Aniston, and Brooklyn Decker in the lead. If you have a particular liking for comedy-romance movies, then you can try this title.


Just Go with It received a score of 6.4 on IMDb and 33 on Metacritic.


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: United Kingdom, Canada, Germany, India, and the Netherlands



28. Queen of the Desert (2015)


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: Australia, and New Zealand



29. Bewitched (2005)


Bewitched (2005)


Bewitched is a movie that struggled to impress its audience. The 2005 film directed by Nora Ephron received a low rating on IMDb, with many criticizing the screenplay and lack of direction.


Narcissistic actor Jack Wyatt is approached to play the role of Darrin in a remake of the 1960s sitcom Bewitched. He insists on having someone unknown portray the part of Samantha.


Isabel Bigelow, an actual witch decides she wants to be normal and moves to LA to start a new life. Jack spots Isabel and persuades her to audition. However, after getting the part she overhears Jack saying to his agent about tricking Isabel, leading her to decide to take revenge on him.


Available Countries: Philippines, and Indonesia



30. Grace of Monaco (2014)


Grace of Monaco (2014)


Grace of Monaco is a biography-drama film that has been helmed for the screen by Olivier Dahan. It features actors Nicole Kidman, Tim Roth, and André Penvern in pivotal roles. The motion picture was released in 2014 with a 1 hour and 43 min runtime.


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: Philippines



31. My Life (1993)


My Life (1993)


Headlined by Michael Keaton, Nicole Kidman, and Bradley Whitford, My Life is a drama that hit the screens in 1993.


Bruce Joel Rubin brought the story to life with the help of competent crew members such as Bruce Joel Rubin (screenplay), Peter James (cinematography), and many others.


Ukrainian-American Bob Ivanovich lives with his wife Gail in Detroit. They're pregnant with their first child when Bob learns that he's been diagnosed with terminal kidney cancer that might lead him to not be around for their baby.


To immortalise himself and to ensure that his son knows who he is, Bob begins making home movies, of all sorts of big and small activities that a father and son ought to do.


Available Countries: Korea



32. The Guardian Brothers (2015)


The Guardian Brothers (2015)


The Guardian Brothers is an animation-comedy film that has been helmed for the screen by Gary Wang, and Paulette Victor-Lifton. It features actors Bai-Ke, Mike Birbiglia, and Mel Brooks in pivotal roles. The motion picture was released in 2015 with a 1 hour and 43 min runtime.


A crisis hits the Chinese spirit world, where humans no longer believe in gods! On the other hand, a door god is now facing unemployment.


He ventures into the human world to prove his worth, but unexpected encounters and transformations begin to happen for humans and souls. During this, their friendship passes through the tests of life.


Available Countries: Antigua and Barbuda, Croatia, and Hungary





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