Top 31 Best Nicole Kidman Movies On Netflix

Lee Kirwin

Lee

Lee is an avid 80's action fan classing 300, Predator and Terminator among his favourites. When he's not binging movies he can be found keeping fit, attending Comic Con and wearing Star Wars socks of all things.

Nicole Kidman is one of the most underrated actresses in my opinion, over the years she has starred in many hit films and has won many awards.

In fact, even though she isn’t in the spotlight too much at the moment, she is one of Hollywood’s highest-paid actresses.

In this article, I will be listing 31 of her best films available on Netflix right now and showing you how to access every one of them from anywhere in the world.

No more risky streaming sites for you, what I’m about to show you will change your Netflix experience forever.

Get ready to supercharge your Netflix account.

How to watch these on Netflix

Each of the movies in the list will be available to stream via Netflix. However, the movies will be restricted to certain regions which could mean that a lot of the films won’t be available to your vanilla Netflix account.

But, this is where what I’m about to tell you comes into play.

To gain access to ALL 31 of Nicole Kidman’s movies on Netflix, bypassing any regional restrictions, and supercharging your Netflix account, you will need to use an additional app called a VPN.

A VPN will help you trick Netflix and other streaming platforms into thinking you are in another country.

For example, if the movie is only available on the US Netflix, then you would simply set your region to the United States, giving you full access to the movie.

There are A LOT of VPN services to choose from but I recommend that you use ExpressVPN.

ExpressVPN offers a world-class service, they will provide you with the ability to stream 4K TV with their ultra-fast connection speeds and they have been around for quite some time now which is always the sign of a good company.

Couple that with their 30-day money back guarantee and they’re risk-free to try.

However, if you like to shop around a couple of others worth checking out include NordVPN and Surfshark, so you’re free to pick.

Once you’ve got your VPN, connect to the country listed in the ‘Available in regions‘ for each section below and enjoy watching.

31. Boy Erased

A Baptist Preacher sends his son to a church-supported gay conversion centre where they plan to rid the boy of his gay tendencies after he was publicly outed in front of his parents.

The boy struggles to identify with his sexuality and the persecution from his parents certainly doesn’t help matters.

The drama has proved to be a big hit with the LGBTQ community.

Available in regions: Australia and South Korea.

30. Queen Of The Desert

Based on the real-life events of Gertrude Bell, at the turn of the twentieth century, she is bored of life living with the British elite and leaves the British Empire and sets up a new life in the Middle East.

Excited at the prospects of travelling to a new land and finding a new romantic interest, it seems that Gertrude has finally found her place in the world.

This period drama is worth watching.

Available in regions: Poland.

29. The Beguiled

Set in Virginia during the American Civil War, a wounded Unionist soldier finds himself taking refuge in a Southern Girls School.

Fascinated by the good looking man in their school, the girls tend to him and try to win his affection.

Trouble ensues when the girls let the growing sexual tension get the better of them and they begin to fight amongst themselves.

This is a movie about jealousy and betrayal and is worth watching if you enjoy an interesting period drama.

Available in regions: Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Mexico, and Romania.

28. Destroyer

Years after infiltrating an LA gang and getting in way too deep, Detective Erin Bell is given an opportunity to re-enter the murky world she once belonged to when a bank robbery occurs.

She is allowed to make peace and face the demons from her past finally.

Erin works her way through the last remaining gang members in a bid to solve the robbery, but going back into the underworld could be a bad idea.

Available in regions: Canada, Mexico, and the UK.

27. The Goldfinch

A young boy loses his mother when a bomb explodes in the Metropolitan Museum Of Art. As a consequence of his mother’s untimely death, the boy is relocated to the Upper East Side of New York to live with a wealthy family.

He finds solace in a painting of a small bird in a cage (A Goldfinch) and it helps him through the tragedy that changed the course of his life forever.

Available in regions: Australia and Sweden.

26. How To Talk To Girls At Parties

Set in 1970s London, our hero of the story Enn gatecrashes his favourite band’s after-party, where he finds every teenage boy’s dream fantasy… a room full of foreign exchange students.

However, he soon realises that things aren’t what they seem and that the exchange students have come much further than he thought… from space.

Enn finds himself having to protect the female alien that he has fallen in love with and enlists the help of the rock band Boadicea and her punk rock followers.

This movie pits 70s punk rock vs space aliens in a rather unique film.

Available in regions: Argentina, Brazil, and Japan.

25. Fur: An Imaginary Portrait Of Diane Arbus

Set in 1958 New York, Diane is a lonely upper-class woman who is married to a rich photographer whose family pays for everything.

Diane finds her life is turned around when a mysterious man suffering from Hyperthricosis (Warewolfs disease) comes to live with her in the apartment.

During their time together, she starts to fall in love with the afflicted man and is introduced to the world of freaks.

This is an intriguing movie that is worth a watch.

Available in regions: Japan.

24. Lion

In 1986, 5-year-old Saroo was living with his low-income family in India. During a trip, Saroo loses his family and finds himself 1500 miles away from his home.

The now orphaned Saroo is living on the streets struggling to survive until he is adopted by an Australian family living in Tasmania.

Saroo lives his life in a wealthy home and he is very happy. However, he is plagued by the memories of his family and seeks to find them.

Will he find his family and reunite with them after all this time?

Available in regions: Australia, Brazil, Canada, Japan, and the Netherlands.

23. Guardian Brothers

When a rival business targets a Chinese Soup Shop, a door God comes back to protect the family and the business.

But, with humans no longer believing in the spirit world or the old Gods, many of the Gods are unemployed and are relying on the Door God to reignite humanity’s belief in a bid to restore the spirit world’s power.

Available in regions: Australia, Brazil, Canada, Greece, Japan, Switzerland, the UK, and the United States.

22. Grace Of Monaco

Based on the real-life of Hollywood actress Grace Kelly, the movie focuses on the life of the retired Hollywood actress who married the Prince Of Monaco and became a Princess.

Set during the 1960s when tensions were rising between France and Monaco.

With France preparing to invade Monaco, Grace Kelly, now the princess of Monaco tries to help her country with their dispute with France proving that she is more than just an actress who married royalty.

Available in regions: Hong Kong, South Africa, Sweden.

21. Eyes Wide Shut

After speaking to his wife about her sexual fantasies, William Harford sets off into the night.

He meets up with an old musician who tells him about the strange sex parties that he plays the Piano at where everybody wears costumes/masks. The idea intrigues William, so he sets about getting a costume and heads to a party.

When he is there, he is spotted by somebody he knows who warns him to leave. However, after William leaves, he finds himself still plagued with threats and they take a rather sinister turn.

Available in regions: Hong Kong, Lithuania, Portugal, South Korea, and Thailand.

20. My Life

On the outside, Bob Jones has it all. He has the wife, the baby, the perfect job, a beautiful house. But what people don’t know is that Bob has been given three months to live.

Unfortunately for Bob, he has terminal cancer, meaning that he won’t get to see his newborn baby grow up.

Bob sets out to record a video for his child that will be full of tales and wisdom from his life, but what Bob didn’t expect was to find himself on a voyage of self-discovery and reconciliation.

This is a heart-wrenching movie that you’ll need a box of tissues for.

Available in regions: Australia, Brazil, Canada, Hong Kong, Japan, South Africa, and the UK.

19. Bombshell

Based on real events, three women risk their careers at a major American TV News Network as they expose the toxic culture that was created by the powerful Network owner.

With a series of sexist remarks being made off-camera, the women seek to bring down those responsible and to make the network a better place for women to work without being persecuted for their sex.

Available in regions: Czech Republic and Slovakia.

18. Practical Magic

Sisters Sally and Gillian come from a long line of witches. Unfortunately for the pair, their family has been cursed by an unusual spell that dooms any man that falls in love with them.

The curse works its way into the girl’s lives in different ways and causes complications for the pair when a local police officer Gary Hallet arrives. The mysterious officer isn’t all that he seems.

Available in regions: Lithuania and South Africa.

17. Just Go With It

Danny lies to his new girlfriend and tells her that he is a divorced family man. However, to keep up this lie, he enlists the help of his assistant who must pretend to be his ex-wife.

As one lie leads to another, Danny finds himself in a huge web of lies that are on the verge of falling apart at any moment.

Danny’s bid to keep his dream woman has spun out of control and it is only a matter of time before the truth comes out and destroys his relationship.

Available in regions: Canada, France, Germany, Japan, South Africa, South Korea, Switzerland, the UK, and the United States.

16. Trespass

Kyle and Sarah Miller have everything they had ever wished for, loads of money, a huge house, and a family.

When their daughter is getting ready to head to a party, the Miller’s home is invaded by four masked thugs who intend to rob them. They believe that Kyle has diamonds hidden in his safe, and they will not let his daughter go unless they have them.

During the robbery, Kyle and Sarah’s marriage shows all of its flaws. There is no room for heroism here.

Available in regions: Canada.

15. The Stepford Wives

When Joanna, a hugely successful president of a TV network suffers a major breakdown, her husband decides to move her away from the city to a small suburb of Stepford.

When the pair arrive there, they are greeted by the community wives, some of which Joanna starts making friends with.

However, it doesn’t take long for the pair to realise that there is something not quite right with the wives of Stepford, they seem too perfect.

Will they find out what is wrong with the wives?

Available in regions: Canada, Japan, Mexico, Slovakia, Mexico, Sweden, and the UK.

14. The Golden Compass

A young orphan named Lyra discovers that there is a particle that exists in the North Pole that could be used to unite the universe.

However, there are those who seek to destroy the particle and all of those who can use it. During her journey to the North, Lyra enlists the help of several allies including a gunslinger and an armoured Polar bear.

This story is one of my favourite tales and it is a fantastic story that’s suitable for the whole family.

Available in regions: Canada, Hong Kong, Japan, Slovakia, South Africa, South Korea, and Thailand.

13. Far And Away

A young man and his landlord’s daughter leave Ireland for the American Dream. The pair dream of owning land that is being given away during the Oaklahoma Big Giveaway in 1893.

The young man earns money in the new world as a bare-knuckle boxer. Things are going well for the couple until he loses his first fight and the gang he was working with steal all of the couple’s money.

While being forced to live on the street during a harsh winter, the young woman’s parents track her down and try to bring her back to Ireland.

Available in regions: Canada, Mexico, South Africa, Thailand, and the UK.

12. Secret In Their Eyes

A private police unit is tipped off to a crime. When they arrive at the location they discover that a young woman has been raped and murdered. The team soon realise that the victim is the daughter of one of the team.

Due to the tragic event, the team is disbanded and years go by. 13 years later the case is reopened and the unit meets up again to try and solve the murder that they couldn’t face all of those years ago.

Available in regions: Australia, Canada, the Netherlands, Slovakia, South Africa, and the United States.

11. Bewitched

In California’s San Fernando Valley, Isobel is trying to make something of herself. She also harbours a secret, she is a witch. However, she vowed not to use her powers any longer and wants to live an everyday life.

Isobel meets a tall, handsome actor who she sees as the key to settling down and living a normal life together, but fate has other plans.

This is a brilliant reboot of the original Bewitched movie that was released in the 1970s.

Available in regions: Canada, and the United States.

10. The Invasion

On its return to Earth, a space shuttle explodes releasing an alien virus that recodes the human DNA.

A psychiatrist named Carol first identifies the modification in one of her regular patients. She then realises that this change is spreading, her ex-husband shows signs of change and then the local community does too.

Not knowing who to turn to, she speaks with her good friend Dr. Ben Driscoll and the pair investigate the phenomenon. They soon discover that falling asleep will cause the virus to take hold and that Carol’s son may be the answer to the cure.

But will the new hosts of this virus want to be cured?

Available in regions: Hong Kong, Lithuania, Singapore, and Thailand.

9. Days Of Thunder

Set in the high-pressure world of Nascar racing Cole Trickle is a hot-tempered racer whose attitude gets him into trouble with his fellow racers and his teammates.

With his lousy temper threatening to put a hold on his racing career and a rival wanting to not only beat Cole but to disable him, he must overcome his temper and avoid losing the race.

Available in regions: Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, and Slovakia.

8. The Interpreter

When U.N. Interpreter Silvia Broome overhears a plot to assassinate a government official, the situation quickly escalates, leaving her a target for those planning the assassination.

Silvia is being hunted and her life has been turned upside down.

An FBI agent catches wind of the story and takes her in under his protection, however, as he delves deeper into the story he begins to question how involved Silvia is and is she not as innocent as she says.

This is an excellent thriller that will keep you guessing.

Available in regions: Canada, and the UK.

7. Before I Go To Sleep

40-year-old Christine wakes up next to a man she doesn’t know, in a house that she doesn’t recognise. The man explains to her that she has been the victim of a car accident and that she is suffering from short term memory loss.

Each morning Christine wakes up with no recollection of her life and needs constant reminding about what has happened.

As part of her recovery, a doctor tells her to record a video each day. However, as time goes by, she starts to uncover what is really going on around her.

Available in regions: South Africa.

6. Australia

At the beginning of World War 2, a British Aristocrat inherits a huge cattle ranch in Australia. It’s not long before the British government try to take her land from her.

In a bid to save her property, she teams up with an experienced cattle driver who is instructed to take 2000 cattle across the country. But with the persistent bombing of Darwin by the Japanese, this will be no easy task.

Available in regions: South Korea.

5. Paddington

Based on the popular kid’s books, a young Peruvian Bear loves all things that are British and travels to London in search of a new home.

The young bear finds himself lost and alone in Paddington train station until a friendly family find him and welcome him to their home. All is going well for Paddington until he catches the eye of a taxidermist who wants him for himself.

Available in regions: Australia, Canada, Netherlands, South Korea, Sweden, and Turkey.

4. Happy Feet

Set in a world where penguins can all sing and do so to attract a mate, a young male finds himself unable to sing but instead can tap his feet in a wonderful dance.

As he is different, he is exiled from the colony and he sets off on his own journey making new friends who embrace the penguins dancing.

This is an extraordinary tale that shows you that no matter what happens in life, you should always be yourself.

Available in regions: Australia, Canada, France, Italy, Netherlands, Slovakia, South Africa, South Korea, and Switzerland.

3. Moulin Rouge

In 1899 a young writer named Christian found himself in the middle of Paris’s Bohemian revolution, a world full of prostitutes and drugs. He visits the famous Moulin Rouge and meets courtesan Satine and begins a love affair with her.

Problems occur when the club’s patron also wants the affection of Satine, causing her to enter a love triangle that causes tensions on all sides.

Will the two lovers be able to live in happiness, or will their situation come to an abrupt end?

Available in regions: Hong Kong, Singapore, South Korea, and Thailand.

2. Batman Forever

Batman is back and he is here to stay forever. This time, Batman finds himself facing two foes, his most deadly enemies, the infamous TwoFace and the Riddler.

The Riddler develops a device that can drain peoples minds, collecting any information that he wants to retrieve.

When the device is used on Bruce Wayne, the Riddler discovers Batman’s identity and puts Bruce and his loved ones in grave danger.

This is also the movie that introduced Robin as Batman’s trusty sidekick.

Available in regions: Japan

1. Aquaman

Jason Momoa stars in Aquaman as Arthur Curry, the Atlantean who has been living on Earth due to his exile from the legendary Atlantis.

When a tyrant wants to wage war on Atlantis’s rival factions, which includes humanity, Arthur is visited by Mira who is looking to overthrow the tyrant and prevent an all-out war from happening.

To do so, Arthur must find a legendary trident that has been hidden for centuries. Only then will he be able to defeat the tyrant and restore order.

This is a great action movie and is one of the best superhero movies out there.

Available in regions: Australia, Hungary, Japan, Poland, Slovakia, and Sweden.

Summary

The award-winning actress Nicole Kidman has an extensive collection of movies on Netflix, over 31 films to be exact.

If you want to watch ALL 31 of Nicole Kidman’s best moves on Netflix, then you will need to use a VPN as they’re not available in every country.

By using a VPN, you will be able to hop regions of Netflix accessing their content.

I recommend that you use ExpressVPN, they are one of the best VPN service providers I have used and offer the fastest connections around.

Make sure you don’t miss out on accessing all of Nicole Kidman’s movies on Netflix. Don’t forget they have a 30-day money back guarantee so there’s nothing to lose.

What’s your favourite Nicole Kidman movie? Has it made this list or is it something else? Let me know in the comments section below.

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