Harrison Ford has starred in some of the best movies around, showing his acting prowess by bringing characters to life.
In this article, I’ll be running down Harrison Fords top 24 movies on Netflix and showing you how to access them all, no matter where you are in the world.
When you are done reading this, you’ll have access to enough movies to keep you busy back-to-back for a few weeks at least.
But before we delve into the list, I’ll show you how to access each movie.
How to watch these on Netflix
You will notice that you’ll see a list of countries where this movie is available on Netflix at the end of each movie on my list.
You see, each country has its own version of the Netflix library, some are much better than others. For example, the United States can have almost 3x the amount of movies and shows that the UK has, but that is a discussion for another time.
To access any Netflix library unlocking ALL the Harrison Ford movies on Netflix, you need to use an app known as VPN.
A VPN such as ExpressVPN will fulfil all of your needs and more. They offer some of the fastest connection speeds around, and I’ve thoroughly tested this claim with my speed tests. You will be able to stream in full 4K UHD with no hassle at all.
Now, let’s get onto the part you’ve all been waiting for, the list.
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24. Random Hearts
Based on the book by Warren Adler, this movie follows two characters, Dutch and Kay.
After losing their partners in a tragic plane crash, Dutch and Kay are devastated. Upon retrieving their partner’s belongings, they discover that Dutch’s wife and Kay’s husband had been engaged in a secret affair.
The pair decide to dig deeper into their loved one’s affairs, only to discover they have more in common than they thought.
Available in regions: Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, Mexico, Sweden, and Turkey (We recommend Brazil).
Jack Stanfield, the creator of an advanced security system finds himself in trouble when his family is held hostage. The criminals responsible want him to rob the bank he works at and exchange the loot for his loved ones’ safe return.
The problem is, even if Jack gets his family back, there will be no way of proving that Jack wasn’t involved in the robbery, to begin with.
Available in regions: UK.
22. Cowboys And Aliens
In 1873, gunslinger Jack Lonergan finds himself in the small town of Absolution, New Mexico Territory with no memory of how he got there.
The local townspeople don’t welcome strangers, especially ones with a mysterious past. While Jack is trying to remember what happened to him, the town is besieged by aliens attacking from the skies.
They form a posse to fight back against the otherworldly foe, and Jack begins to remember fragments of his life.
As he remembers more, he realises he might be the key to saving this small wild western town.
Available in regions: Lithuania, Romania, and the UK (We recommend the UK).
21. The Expendables 3
Barney (Sylvester Stallone) and his band of highly trained mercenaries return in the third instalment from The Expendables franchise.
This time, they are tasked with taking down a very dangerous international arms dealer who wants nothing more than to destroy the team.
You will know that this film has more testosterone than a silverback gorilla on steroids if you have seen the other movies. You’ll see some of the craziest fight scenes, explosions, and just some damn good action.
Available in regions: Australia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Japan, Netherlands, Romania, and Spain (We recommend Australia or Japan).
20. Indiana Jones And The Kingdom Of The Crystal Skull
Indiana Jones returns in this 2008 blockbuster that fans of the franchise were eagerly awaiting.
Set during the cold war, Professor Henry Jones is approached by a young man with a coded message. The message leads the pair to Peru, where they discover a crystal skull. The skull needs to be returned to its rightful place before all is too late.
There is one problem, they aren’t the only ones looking for the skull and its resting place, the Russians are close by too.
Will Jones manage to save the world yet again?
Available in regions: Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, Hong Kong, Mexico, and the United States (We recommend the United States).
19. The Devil’s Own
When one of the IRA’s deadliest assassins Frankie McGuire is sent to the United States to buy some weapons, he is housed with a New York cop named Tom who knows nothing of Frankie’s identity.
During Frankie’s visit, he and Tom strike up a surprising friendship, however, Tom suspects something isn’t quite right. Things come to a head and Frankie is forced to decide between peace or a lifetime of murder.
This thriller will keep you on your toes.
Available in regions: Canada, Germany, Hong Kong, Singapore, and India (We recommend Canada).
A chauffer’s daughter and the brother of a billionaire begin a romantic affair that threatens to blow a billion-dollar deal. In a bid to save the deal, the families industrialist older brother decides to clear his diary and sets out to break them up.
Will he succeed and manage to seal the billion-dollar deal, or will love intervene? You will have to watch the movie to find out.
Available in regions: Hong Kong and Singapore.
17. Morning Glory
A TV producer works hard building up her career and the morning television show she is in charge of. All was going well for her, but then she gets fired.
In desperation, she finds a job working on the failing breakfast show called Daybreak. When she arrives, she is faced with a series of problems from firing a sexist host, to having to hire a new news reporter who likes to let his ego get in the way of the job.
If one thing is certain, this isn’t going to be a walk in the park. That’s without throwing falling in love into the mix, but you can see that part when you watch the movie.
Available in regions: France, Germany, Japan, Poland, Slovakia, and South Korea (We recommend France or Japan).
16. The Secret Life Of Pets 2
This magnificent sequel to The Secret Life Of Pets will undoubtedly keep you and your family entertained.
The movie continues the story of Max and his pet friends as they live out their secret lives when their owners go to work and school.
Max is looking to become more confident when out in the city, and meanwhile, snowball is planning on rescuing a baby tiger cub.
If you haven’t watched the previous movie, I recommend that you add it to your list, it is brilliant.
Available in regions: South Korea and the United States (We recommend the United States).
15. Ender’s Game
Set in a dystopian future where Earth has been ravaged by aliens named the Formics, a band of survivors try to survive against a technologically advanced alien race.
A young boy named Ender Wiggan is trained off-planet to kill the alien invaders and may just be the saviour the Earth needs.
However, he hates what he does, but must fight to save his loved ones from complete annihilation.
Will he save the Earth?
Available in regions: Czech Republic, Germany, Hong Kong, Italy, and the UK (We recommend the UK).
14. What Lies Beneath
This suspenseful horror gave me nightmares when I was younger, and it still sends a shiver down my spine to this day.
College professor Norman Spencer becomes more and more concerned with his wife Claire when she begins to hear voices and see apparitions. Norman tells his wife to see a therapist. However, she believes there is a ghost haunting their house.
If you haven’t watched this one, I recommend you save it for a dark night.
Available in regions: South Korea.
13. K-19: The Widowmaker
In 1961 the USSR’s very first nuclear ballistic submarine suffered a major nuclear reactor malfunction in the middle of the Atlantic ocean.
To prevent another major catastrophe like Chernobyl, and the potential of kick-starting a world war between the world’s powers, Captain Alexi Vostrikov must act fast to solve the problem as he races against time to prevent the ship from exploding.
Based on a true story, this movie shows how close the world was to another major disaster.
Available in regions: UK.
12. Clear And Present Danger
Jack Ryan is back, he finds himself fighting his own government as they have orchestrated an assassination of the President’s best friend.
In a cover-up conspiracy that involves the Mexican drug cartels, Jack finds himself in Columbia where the CIA has sent another CIA operative to lead a paramilitary group against the cartels.
If you haven’t heard of Jack Ryan before, the movie franchise isn’t too far away from James Bond. This is Fords third outing as Jack Ryan, the second one is next up on my list.
Available in regions: Australia, Hong Kong, South Africa, South Korea, and Spain.
11. Patriot Games
This movie sees ex CIA agent Jack Ryan return to the big screen as he tries to foil a plot to assassinate a member of the British Royal family, while he is on vacation.
His investigation leads him to discover that Irish revolutionaries are at the heart of the terrorist plot and that they have put a target on Jack and his family. Jack decides the best course of action is to rejoin the CIA and get his family to safety while he brings down the organisation.
Available in regions: France, Hong Kong, Lithuania, Singapore, South Korea (We recommend France).
10. The Age Of Adaline
Adaline Bowman lives a life of solitude, she suffers from an odd infliction that has caused her to stop ageing after the age of 29. After living as a 29-year-old for over eight decades, she meets an enigmatic philanthropist Ellis Jones who rekindles her passion and causes her to fall in love.
When the couple goes away for a weekend to visit Ellis’s family, she is forced to make a decision that will have the potential to change her life forever.
Available in regions: Australia, Belgium, Canada, Japan, and the Netherlands (We recommend Canada).
9. American Graffiti
Set in a small southern California town during the summer of 1962, Curt and Steve are two best friends who have recently graduated from high school. The pair of them are due to leave the small town in the morning, and drive around looking to make the most of their last night together.
Steve is excited at the prospect of moving to a new town, he is bored of his home now. However, Curt is having second thoughts about his big move.
This critically acclaimed drama has it all, it will make you laugh, and it will certainly keep you entertained.
Available in regions: Hong Kong and Singapore.
Based on real events, 42 tells the story of the legendary baseball player Jackie Robinson who in 1947 became the first black Major League Baseball player.
During his tenure at the Brooklyn Dodgers, Robinson and his family had to endure extreme racial hostility both on and off the field. Not only from the fans of the game but also his fellow teammates.
This movie depicts 1940s America brilliantly and is worth watching if you enjoy an inspiring story.
Available in regions: Lithuania and South Africa.
7. Indiana Jones And The Temple Of Doom
Legendary professor Indiana Jones returns to the big screen with his sidekick as they go on the hunt for a mysterious stone.
Set in 1935, Jones finds himself in an Indian village where all the children have been taken away by evil spirits. Not only that, but their sacred stone has been stolen too.
In order to save the day, Jones must find out what is really going on, save the children, get the woman, and find a way to conquer the Temple Of Doom that everybody fears.
If you want an adventure movie, this will satisfy your needs.
Available in regions: Belgium, Brazil, Hong Kong, Japan, Mexico, South Korea, Spain, and the United States (We recommend the United States).
6. The Fugitive
Chicago surgeon Dr Richard Kimble is very respected in his field. However, when he discovers that his wife has been brutally murdered in their home, the police arrest him and he is sent to prison for the crime.
On the way to the prison, the vehicle crashes and Kimble escapes custody.
Now on the run as a fugitive, he must stay one step ahead of the FBI as they try to hunt him down. Meanwhile, he is trying to get to the bottom of his wife’s murder and tries to find out who the real killer is.
Available in regions: Australia and Sweden (We recommend Australia).
5. Blade Runner 2049
Blade Runner 2049 is the greatly anticipated sequel to the sci-fi classic. Set 30 years after the original movie’s events, a young Blade runner discovers something buried underground that will shake society to its core.
He decides the best cause of action is to track down Deckard (Harrison Ford) who has been missing for the last 30 years.
What did he find buried, and will he manage to find Deckard before it’s too late?
Available in regions: Australia, Brazil, Mexico, Netherlands, South Korea, and Turkey (We recommend Australia or the Netherlands).
4. Blade Runner: Theatrical Cut
Set in a dystopian future 2019 (not the future anymore) in Los Angeles, Rick Deckard is an ex LAPD cop who has become a Blade runner. A Blade runner is tasked with hunting down “replicants” that look and feel human but are really androids.
When four replicants mutiny on an off-world colony, Deckard is called out of retirement to hunt them down and to put a stop to their uprising before they convince other androids to join their cause.
Are you a fan of Sci-fi? Then you have to watch this movie.
Available in regions: Lithuania and South Korea (We recommend South Korea).
3. Blade Runner: The Final Cut
This version of the movie mention above is the extended cut that wasn’t shown in the movie theatres.
I would recommend that you watch this version after the Theatrical Cut (mentioned previously), that way you can appreciate the extended scenes that have been re-added back into this movie adding more to what is already a brilliant movie.
You can’t go wrong with this one.
Available in regions: Australia, Belgium, France, Italy, Portugal, and Romania (We recommend Australia or France).
2. Indiana Jones And The Last Crusade
Ah, The Last Crusade, the third installment to the Indiana Jones franchise is my favourite of them all.
Indiana Jones finds himself teaming up with his father in the search for the Holy Grail. However, the father and son don’t always see eye to eye, which makes for some very comical moments throughout the movie.
Oh, and did I mention that they aren’t the only ones looking for the Holy Grail. The worst bad guys of all time… that’s right, the Nazi’s are back, and are also looking for the ancient artefact.
Harrison Ford and Sean Connery in one of the best adventure movies around? Why not.
Available in regions: Belgium, Brazil, Hong Kong, Hungary, Japan, Mexico, and the United States (We recommend the United States).
1. Indiana Jones And The Raiders Of The Lost Ark
The Indiana Jones movie that started it all has clinched the top spot of my list, as without it there wouldn’t be any other Indiana Jones movies, and that would be a real shame.
In 1936, the government hired Professor Indiana Jones to search for the mythical Ark Of The Covenant.
However, Jones finds himself in deep water when he realises that the entire Nazi regime is also looking for the Ark, and are willing to stop at nothing to get what they want.
Raiders Of The Lost Ark is one of the most iconic movies of all time and is a must watch. Suitable for the whole family.
Available in regions: Australia, Brazil, France, Hungary, Mexico, and the United States (We recommend the United States).
When I think of Harrison Ford, I think of adventure movies. Netflix has an extensive library of his films available to you.
To access them all at the click of a button, you will need to use a VPN service such as ExpressVPN. By doing so, you will be able to unlock each movie by merely changing what country you are connected to.
It really is as simple as that.
So if you want to binge watch Harrison Ford movies all night (who wouldn’t want to do that, they are awesome), then get ExpressVPN now.
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Which is your favourite Harrison Ford film? Did it make my list or is it something else? Let me know in the comments section below.