The Legendary actor Johnny Depp has starred in some brilliant movies in his time. He has also starred in some major flops too, but we will forget about those films for now.
In this article, I will be showing you the leading 36 Johnny Depp films available to watch on Netflix, and how to access them no matter where in the world you may be.
But first, let me show you how to unlock all of the movies on this list for your Netflix account.
How to watch these on Netflix
In an ideal world, you would be able to work your way through this list of Johnny Depp’s best movies without a problem.
However, this isn’t the case.
To access all of the movies on this list, you will need some help.
Each movie on this list is only available for a select group of Netflix regions, so you may find that most of Johnny Depp’s films aren’t on your Netflix library, which sucks really.
But, there is a little hack you can use to give you unrestricted Netflix access, that is to use a magic app called a VPN.
There are lots of VPN apps to choose from but the best you can use is ExpressVPN, not only do they offer the world’s fastest streaming speeds, but they are one of the most tried and tested VPNs out there.
Once you’ve signed up you simply connect to the country the movie is available in and then head over to Netflix. As if by magic, you’ll now have access to the Netflix content from that country.
Now that you know the how let’s get on to the list.
1. Pirates Of The Caribbean: Deadman’s Chest
Surely you knew that Pirates Of The Caribbean was going to take the top spot on the list? This movie is the second instalment in the original trilogy (the best ones).
Captain Jack Sparrow and William Turner are fated to meet again when the ghostly Davey Jones comes after Jack for an old blood debt that needs paying. But this is not just any debt, it is a debt of servitude… for Jack’s soul.
Will Jack and his crew manage to stop Davey Jones in his tracks? Or will he take Jack’s soul into the depths of the ocean for all eternity.
Available in regions: South Korea.
2. Donnie Brasco
Based on real events, FBI agent Joe Pistone is sent to infiltrate the New York Mafia. Under the name of Donnie Brasco, Donnie befriends Lefty Ruggiero and they become a close-knit group inside the mafia.
When things become too much for Donnie, his marriage starts to fall apart due to his undercover work and he knows that if he walks away now, the mafia would know that they had been duped and would most likely blame Lefty for bringing Donnie into the fold.
With some significant choices to be made, Donnie must decide what path he will be taking and accept the consequences of his decisions.
This is an excellent movie for all of you gangster fans out there.
Available in regions: Canada, Japan, Netherlands, Switzerland, and the United States.
3. Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them
Fantastic Beasts is the spin-off movie series from the Harry Potter Franchise.
Set in 1926, years before the Harry Potter storyline a wizard named Newt Scamander travels to New York with a magical suitcase full of mystical and mythical beasts.
When the suitcase falls into the wrong hands, several of the beasts escape, leaving Newt having to hunt them down before the ministry of magic hunt him and the creatures down.
Along the way, he uncovers an evil plot that has the potential to destroy the wizarding world.
Certainly one to watch if you are a Harry Potter fan.
Available in regions: Australia, Greece, Hungary, Mexico, and Slovakia.
4. Once Upon A Time In Mexico
The third instalment in the El Mariachi trilogy sees gun for hire vigilante El Mariachi hired by the CIA to take down a powerful Mexican general who has allied with a very wealthy drug lord.
There is plenty of action in this movie that will certainly entertain you, and I am sure it will not disappoint.
Starring Antonio Banderas and Selma Hayek, the movie is full of big names.
Available in regions: Canada, Netherlands, India, and Spain.
5. Public Enemies
In the shadow of the Great Depression, this movie sees infamous bank robber John Dillenger and his gang being mercilessly hunted down by the FBI and their overzealous leader J.Edgar Hoover.
Based on real events, the movie is a fascinating look at such an interesting yet tough time for the American people. It is certainly worth watching and has a brilliant car chase through the streets of 1930s Chicago.
Available in regions: Brazil, Canada, Mexico, South Africa, Switzerland, and the United States.
6. Black Mass
A brilliant drama based on the true story of Whitey Bulger, an Irish Mafia godfather who is also working with the FBI as an informant. He and his brother, a local senator team up with an FBI agent to bring down the Italian mob.
However, after a set of extremely violent events, the FBI reinstate Whitey Bulger as one of the most dangerous criminals in US history and put him on the FBI’s most-wanted list.
Available in regions: Belgium, France, Japan, Netherlands, South Korea, and Switzerland,
During the 1950s George Jung grows up in a poor household.
After seeing his family struggle during his youth, George decides that he doesn’t want that type of life any longer and he begins to sell Marijuana, he makes an absolute fortune from it. Still, his success is short-lived and he ends up in prison.
While in prison, he discovers cocaine and when he is released, he begins to import cocaine into the States becoming one of the biggest dealers in the country.
Will he avoid prison this time? Or will his world come crashing down around him?
Available in regions: Canada, Germany, Portugal, South Korea, Spain, and Switzerland.
A pet chameleon named Rango leaves his home after a car accident and finds himself in an old western town called Dirt.
He soon finds that the town requires a Sheriff and that the town’s water has mysteriously disappeared. Rango decides to take on the role of Sheriff and try to solve the mystery of the towns missing water.
This is a pretty fun movie and it will be great to watch with your kids.
Available in regions: Brazil, Canada, South Africa, Mexico, France, and the UK.
9. Fear And Loathing In Las Vagas
With the help of a suitcase loaded full of drugs, sportswriter Raoul Duke and his lawyer Dr. Gonzo travel from Los Angeles to Las Vagas in the search for the American dream.
As you can guess, having a suitcase full of various drugs means they are in for one wild trip… literally. It’s crazy to think this is based on actual events.
Available in regions: Belgium, and the UK.
10. Sleepy Hollow
The curse of the headless horseman haunts a small town named Sleepy Hollow, a detective from New York is sent to investigate the stories and to try and solve the mystery. During his investigations, he finds more than he expected.
As the bodies seem to be piling up detective Ichabod Crane uncovers secrets that were laid to rest and reawakens the secrets from his own dark past.
Available in regions: Germany, Hong Kong, South Africa, Thailand, and the United States.
11. Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes Of Grindelwald
Newt Scarmanger returns in this fantastic sequel set in the same world as Harry Potter.
This instalment brings back someone you all know, Professor Dumbledore himself. Dumbledore enlists Newt to hunt down a young boy who is suffering from a terrible affliction, but his suffering might turn the tide of the war against the evil wizard Grindelwald.
This is an excellent movie to watch with your kids.
Available in regions: Australia, Hungary, Japan, Poland, and Sweden.
12. Sweeney Todd
Set in Victorian London, barber Benjamin Barker is married to a beautiful woman named Lucy and has an equally lovely daughter with her.
Lucy’s beauty attracts the attention of judge Turpin, who falsely accuses Benjamin of a crime of which he is sentenced to 15 years imprisonment.
Sadly Lucy kills herself and their child is taken into the care of the judge.
Fifteen years pass by and Benjamin returns under the guise of Sweeny Todd. Sweeny meets pie maker Miss Lovett, and the pair enact revenge on all those who have wronged them by killing them and baking their victims into meat pies.
This is a dark yet humorous movie with some brilliant songs.
Available in regions: Canada.
13. The Corpse Bride
During the late 1800s in a small Victorian village, a young couple Victor and Victoria are due to be married.
When their wedding rehearsal goes a bit wrong, Victor travels into the woods to practice his vows next to a large tree. After several attempts, he finally gets his vows correct, however, there is a problem…
Victor finds that he is married to Emily, a corpse bride who was buried under where he was practising his vows.
Two brides, one groom… that could be a problem.
Available in regions: Brazil, Mexico, Portugal, and Sweden.
14. A Nightmare On Elm Street
A group of teenagers are terrorised by a clawed killer named Freddy Krueger. While they are awake, they have nothing to worry about. However, when they go to sleep, he prowls their dreams picking them off one by one.
They can’t stay awake forever, they need to sleep at some time, and when they do, Freddy is waiting.
This is a horror movie classic and a must-watch for any slasher movie fans.
Available in regions: Italy and Switzerland.
A 12-year-old orphan takes residence in a train station in 1930s Paris. During his time there he fixes the mechanical clocks of the station, a skill that he learnt from his late father.
It’s not long until Hugo meets a shopkeeper and his young daughter, the trio get along great, and little does he know that the young girl holds the key to his future.
This family drama is an excellent story for all ages.
Available in regions: Canada, Hong Kong, Portugal, Sweden, and the United States.
16. The Ninth Gate
Money orientated bookshop owner Dean Corso specialises in rare books. When his friend acquires a scarce book named The Nine Gates Of The Kingdom Of Shadows, Dean is asked to authenticate the book.
The book is supposedly written in 1666 by an author named Aristide, and the devil himself Lucifer. The book contains riddles that are rumoured to conjure up the devil.
When his friend turns up dead lying amongst satanic symbols, Dean becomes obsessed with unlocking the mysteries of the book and solving his friend’s murder.
Available in regions: Canada, Hungary, Iceland, and Sweden.
17. Into The Woods
Into the Woods is a brilliant adaption of the Grimm brothers fairy tales.
The movie has a huge cast of Hollywood heavy-hitters and tells the story of Cinderella, Little Red Riding Hood, Jack & The Beanstalk, and several other well-known characters that I will let you discover.
The entire movie is performed in a musical style and it is brilliant.
Available in regions: South Korea.
18. Charlie And The Chocolate Factory
In this remake of the classic movie of the same name, five children buy chocolate bars that contain Golden tickets that they can redeem for a tour around Willy Wonka’s magical chocolate factory.
Charlie asks his Grandpa to go to the factory with him and the pair experience a tour that will change their lives forever.
Available in regions: Brazil, Canada, France, South Africa, South Korea, and the United States.
19. The Tourist
Elise and Frank have a chance meeting when they are sat next to each other during a train journey to Venice. Frank is seeking to repair his broken heart and Elise is an Interpol agent who has chosen to use Frank as a decoy (unbeknown to Frank).
Frank gets drawn into a situation that leaves the pair on the run from both the local police and mobsters, and they must evade being caught by either party.
Poor Frank has got more than he bargained for with Elise.
Available in regions: Australia, Canada, Italy, South Africa, Spain, and Sweden.
20. The Rum Diary
Based on the book by the same name.
Paul Kemp, a hard-drinking journalist takes a new job in Puerto Rico for a local newspaper. While he is there, he falls in love with a married woman who happens to be his friend’s wife, and as you can guess, that’s not the best thing to do.
This is a brilliant movie for all of you drama fans out there.
Available in regions: United States.
21. Richard Says Goodbye
When Richard, a college professor finds out that he has a terminal illness and is given just six months to live, he lives the remainder of his life with reckless abandon.
He partakes in wild uncharacteristic behaviour in front of his friends, family, and students. Which I think is something that we could all relate to if we were in his position.
This comedy-drama is worth a watch.
Available in regions: UK.
When a US podcaster named Wallace visits Canada to interview a disabled seafarer named Howe, he gets more than he bargained for.
Wallace finds himself in a strange situation involving Howe and a Walrus. Not only does Howe have an obsession with a Walrus, but he intends to surgically and mentally turn Wallace into a Walrus.
This (Horror) movie is a strange one but is entertaining non the less.
Available in regions: Greece, and the United States.
23. Yoga Hosers
Two Yoga obsessed teens accidentally stumble across an ancient evil buried beneath the ground in Manitoba. It turns out that what they have uncovered is a monster created by the Nazis, so the girls enlist the help of a hunter to help them fight off the evil monsters.
Yeah, this movie is as crazy as it sounds, but give it a watch… you just might like it.
Available in regions: Belgium, India, Netherlands, and Turkey.
24. Alice Through The Looking Glass
Based on the traditional tale, Alice returns to Wonderland to find the Mad Hatter in an awful state. She must travel back in time and rescue Wonderland and all of the creatures she calls friends from the evil red queen and a mysterious clock monster named Time.
This is an excellent version of the traditional Disney tale.
Available in regions: Argentina, Brazil, Mexico, and South Korea.
25. Dark Shadows
During the 1700s rich playboy Barnabas is cursed by a witch whose heart he broke, and he is transformed into a vampire and buried alive.
Years later, he awakens, but he finds that the year is 1972. Barnabas seeks out his old home and discovers he has relatives, each harbouring their own dark secrets.
Available in regions: France, Hong Kong, South Africa, South Korea, Switzerland, and the UK.
26. Cry Baby
An unlikely romance blossoms between street hood Cry-baby Walker and goody-two-shoes Allison. Even though they are from totally different worlds, Cry-baby is determined to make things work, even when he is sent to a juvenile detention centre.
Available in regions: UK.
27. Secret Window
In the midst of a painful divorce, successful writer Mort Rainey travels to a remote lake house to collect his thoughts and take some time away from the problems in his life.
Things don’t turn out as planned, and he finds himself being stalked by a disgruntled fan who claims he plagiarised his work.
Available in regions: Iceland, Italy, Sweden, and Switzerland.
Dr. Will Caster, an expert in AI is working on creating a machine that can not only outperform the collective minds of every human that has ever lived, but also have feelings.
When anti-technology protesters try to stop his research, it only spurs him on and causes his creation to reach fruition quicker than anticipated.
Available in regions: Hong Kong, Hungary, Japan, Spain, and Sweden.
29. What’s Eating Gilbert Grape
After having to take care of his troubled family, Gilbert Grape isn’t left with much of a life, never mind the future he wants for himself.
That is until free-spirited Becky arrives on the scene. She shows Gilbert that there is more to life and that his life could be different, all he needs to do is make some changes.
Available in regions: India.
Charlie Mordecai finds himself in quite the dilemma.
Not only does he need to juggle avoiding MI5, some angry Russians, his wife, and an international terrorist, but he must race across the world to recover a piece of art that supposedly has a map to hidden Nazi Gold.
Sounds crazy, doesn’t it? But it is worth watching, and it’s a pretty good heist movie too.
Available in regions: Czech Republic, Hungary, Japan, and Sweden.
31. Sherlock Gnomes
Gnomeo and Juliet team up with Sherlock Gnomes when they discover that their friends have all gone missing.
Will they solve the mystery of the missing garden ornaments?
This movie is an intelligent and amusing take on the traditional Sherlock Holmes stories. It is fun to watch and suitable for the whole family.
Available in regions: Argentina, Brazil, Mexico, and the UK.
32. London Fields
When clairvoyant Nicola Six has a premonition of her own death, she seeks to discover who her murderer is before it’s too late.
What doesn’t help is that she is dating three different men, each with their own reason to want to kill her.
Available in regions: Belgium, South Africa, and South Korea.
33. The Man Who Cried
A Russian Jew moves to Paris to pursue a career as a dancer. Things are going well for her, she meets a gypsy named Cesar and the two fall in love.
However, her life quickly changes when Germany invades France, leading to an army of Nazis making their way to Paris.
Does she flee to England and leave her lover behind?
Available in regions: UK.
34. Pirates Of The Caribbean: Salazars Revenge
Jack Sparrow returns in his latest adventure that sees Captain Salazar escape from the Devils Triangle and he makes it his mission to destroy every last pirate, including the legendary Captain Jack Sparrow… who of course has a history with Salazar.
Will Jack Sparrow escape this one?
Available in regions: South Korea.
35. Deep Sea Imax
This documentary, narrated by Johnny Depp and Kate Winslet shows new footage of the mysterious world beneath our oceans.
Available in regions: South Korea.
36. Rolling Stone: Stories From The Edge
This documentary takes a look at the last 50 years of Rolling Stone Magazine, showing rare footage never seen before on television.
Available in regions: Japan.
Johnny Depp has starred in a massive catalogue of movies, many of which are on Netflix. The list above shows you the top 36 Johnny Depp movies on Netflix.
To access them all on your Netflix account, you will need to use a VPN.
My number 1 VPN of choice is ExpressVPN. Sign up, download their app and then connect to one of the countries the movie you want to watch is available in.
You’ll then be able to access every film on this list with your regular Netflix account.
What’s your favourite Johnny Depp film? I would love to know so drop me a comment below.