Morgan Freeman has one of the most recognizable voices in the world; not only is it calming, but it also lends gravity to his acting roles. In terms of acting roles, he has been in a wide range of films, many of which are accessible to watch on Netflix. I’ll go through the top 15 Morgan Freeman movies on Netflix, ranked in reverse order in this piece. Let’s get started, Morgan Freeman fan!
15. Momentum (2015)
Alex, the mysterious burglar, is dragged into one more robbery by her old accomplice. It isn’t long until things go awry and Alex realizes there is more to the theft than the promise of diamonds.
In a dangerous game of cat and mouse, Alex must figure out what is going on before it’s too late.
This action thriller is entertaining to see. I’m confident you’ll appreciate it.
Available in the following countries: Belgium, Brazil, Mexico, and South Korea (We recommend connecting to South Korea).
14. Now You See Me 2 (2016)
A year has passed since the Four Horsemen outwitted the FBI with their Robin Hood-inspired magic show.
A wicked tech tycoon forces the Four Horsemen to accomplish what appears to be an impossible robbery using a cutting-edge gadget. They want to finish the robbery and expose the tycoon in their most audacious move yet.
Canada, Greece, Hungary, Japan, South Korea, and Thailand are among the countries that provide it (We recommend connecting to Canada).
13. Going In Style (2017)
In this adaptation of the 1979 classic, three pensioners are scammed out of their pensions and decide it’s time to call it quits. They decide to take matters into their own hands and plot a bank robbery. There’s only one problem: none of them know how to use a pistol, let alone rob a bank.
This criminal comedy will delight you and make you wonder, “What would you do in that situation?”
Available in the following countries: Australia, Brazil, Hong Kong, Mexico, and Thailand (We recommend connecting to Australia).
12. Lucy (2014)
Lucy is kidnapped on her way back from Taiwan and forced to work as a drug mule. When one of the drug bags leaks within her, the experimental medication within it activates, granting Lucy superhuman abilities.
Using her newfound abilities, Lucy searches out those responsible for her captivity and wants to hold them accountable for all of their wrongdoings.
Brazil, Greece, Hong Kong, Portugal, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom (We recommend connecting to the UK).
11. Last Vegas (2013)
Three buddies over the age of 60 organize a bachelor party in Las Vegas for their playboy friend.
When they arrive, they immediately realize that Vegas is no longer what it once was and that things have changed. They quickly adjust, though, and make one thing clear: this weekend, Vegas is theirs.
Available in the following countries: the Czech Republic, Hong Kong, Hungary, Japan, Romania, and Slovakia (We recommend connecting to Japan).
10. Wanted (2008)
Wesley is an average broke man from Chicago. That is until he discovers some of his late dad’s possessions.
What he discovers draws him into a world he had no idea existed. He is schooled in the art of professional murder by a group of assassins, and it pays well.
Is everything, however, as it appears? Is there something more to it than meets the eye?
Canada is one of the regions where it is available.
9. London Has Fallen (2016)
In his second appearance in The Fallen movie series, Mike Banning reprises his role as a secret service agent entrusted with safeguarding the President amid a terrorist assault in London.
With terrorists hell-bent on wreaking as much havoc as possible on London’s streets, Mike is battling against the odds. But that’s how he prefers it.
If you liked the previous film, you’d adore this one.
Australia, Canada, Hungary, Japan, South Africa, South Korea, and Sweden are among the countries that provide it (We recommend connecting to Canada).
8. Now You See Me (2013)
Four magicians respond to a mysterious summons, which brings them all to a location cloaked in mystery.
After a year, the gang is known as The Four Horsemen, and their most significant claim to fame is a magic act in which they heist a bank without leaving the stage.
This draws the FBI’s interest, and they try to unravel the mystery and the crime with the assistance of an illusion debunker.
Available in the following countries: Australia, Brazil, Hungary, Mexico, South Korea, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom (We recommend connecting to the UK).
7. Million Dollar Baby (2004)
Maggie, an aspiring boxer, wants to learn from the best, so she hires veteran Frankie Dunn to coach her. Frankie first refuses to teach a woman, but after some persuasion, he agrees to instruct Maggie.
Maggie’s career takes off, but a mishap in the ring forces her to seek Frankie’s assistance one final time.
Prepare your Kleenex for this tearjerker.
Australia, India, Japan, South Korea, and the United States are among the countries where it is available (We recommend connecting to the US).
6. Invictus (2009)
Based on actual events, this film depicts Nelson Mandela’s collaboration with the captain of South Africa’s rugby team to bring the country together during the end of apartheid.
The couple believes that utilizing athletics can bring people together and put the past behind them.
South Africa’s 1995 Rugby World Cup run is vividly shown.
Available in the following countries: Belgium, France, India, Japan, and South Korea (We recommend connecting to France).
5. Thick As Thieves (2009)
Keith Ripley, an old-school master thief, and a daring younger criminal team steal two Faberge eggs valued at $20 million each on the black market.
Keith intends to utilize his salary reduction to pay off debts owed to criminals, but that is the least of his concerns. While they are simultaneously plotting the theft, a police lieutenant is brutal on their tail, attempting to find out what they will do next.
Available in the following countries: Czech Republic, Hungary, Slovakia, and Romania.
4. Batman Begins (2005)
The film rekindled everyone’s affection for the caped crusader.
This film explains the origin tale of Batman in an excellent manner. After being absent for years, Bruce Wayne returns to discover Gotham City overrun with crime and its inhabitants living in poverty and terror.
This film launched a remarkable trilogy, which I will discuss lower down the list.
Brazil, Canada, France, Japan, Hong Kong, South Africa, South Korea, and Thailand are among the countries that provide it (We recommend connecting to Canada).
3. Seven (1995)
Two detectives are on the lookout for a serial murderer whose note instructs him to leave the victims’ bodies in ritualistic manors associated with the seven deadly sins.
With the time between each murder shrinking, the detectives must quickly apprehend the perpetrator and prevent more innocent people from being murdered.
Australia, Brazil, Canada, Germany, Mexico, South Africa, and South Korea are among the countries that provide it (We recommend connecting to Canada).
2. The Dark Knight (2008)
Bruce Wayne returns in the sequel to Batman Begins, widely regarded as the finest Batman film of all time.
The notorious Joker, Bruce Wayne’s all-time enemy, appears.
The Joker introduces a fresh crime wave to Gotham City, forcing Batman to reassess his principles and update his technology to catch him.
I won’t say much more since I don’t want to give anything away, but this is a must-see.
Canada, Hungary, Japan, Portugal, South Korea, and Spain are among the countries with it (We recommend connecting to Canada).
1. The Shawshank Redemption (1994)
This fantastic narrative, regarded as one of the all-time great films, is ranked first.
Andy Dufrasne is framed for murder and is sentenced to life in Shawshank Prison. During his incarceration, he and an older inmate become good friends and form an unbreakable relationship.
With unscrupulous guards and a dishonest warden, the prisoners have little chance at Shawshank.
As I previously stated, this film is regarded in such high respect by many that it is a must-see, and it makes you question what you would do in that scenario.
Available in the following countries: France, Germany, Hungary, Portugal, Spain, and Sweden (We recommend connecting to France or Germany).