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Ek Villain ()
The easy-breezy romance between Guru (Sidharth Malhotra) and Aisha (Shraddha Kapoor) is cut short when the latter gets murdered. Enraged, Guru sets out to seek revenge from Rakesh (Riteish Deshmukh), a hen-pecked husband who kills other women to take out his frustration. The edgy thriller features a melodious soundtrack to boot as well.
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The Thomas Crown Affair ()
A remake of the film of the same name, this John McTiernan-directorial stars Pierce Brosnan as Thomas Crown, a billionaire who steals an art painting from a gallery. Catherine Banning (Rene Russo) is an insurance agent who wants to nail him for the crime but the two end up falling in love. The sleek and stylish thriller received positive reviews from critics who were impressed by the chemistry between the lead pair.
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The Bodyguard ()
While the critics were not too kind when it came to the performances of the lead actors Kevin Costner and Whitney Houston, The Bodyguard went on to become the second highest grossing film of the year Frank (Costner) is a Secret Services agent-turned-bodyguard for Rachel (Houston), a superstar with a dangerous stalker in pursuit. There is attraction and tenderness, but the looming death threats and tension make this more than just a cheesy romance.
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The beauty of the best mystery movies is that they prey on our human instinct to look for answers to questions. It can feel maddening to not know what’s going to happen next, and yet we love it when a crime thriller is impossible to predict. Even better if the mystery movie has you on the edge of your seat until the very last second.
Whether it’s a vintage whodunit or a terrifying psychological thriller, the best mystery movies never stop being fun. Trying to differentiate the bad from the good, guessing who’s lying or telling the truth, and attempting to solve a crime thriller are all mental puzzles that are endlessly frustrating yet completely entertaining.
So, with that in mind, we’ve compiled a list of the best mystery movies you can stream tonight. From Alfred Hitchcock classics to M. Night Shyamalan thriller twists, these picks span every genre. If you're in the mood for comedy, try something light like The Lovebirds.Horror and crime thriller fans will be intrigued by Get Out and Seven. Meanwhile, those who prefer a moving drama might enjoy Arrival. No matter what kind of mystery movie you're feeling, we’ve got you covered.
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All movies are great in their own way, but let's be real: thrillers are the best. It's because they have the best elements of every genre. A little bit of fear, without diving into horror. All the speed of action, but with more plot. And dashes of drama and comedy without having to fully commit to either. It requires your full attention because it's everything, wrapped into one.
We dare you to half-pay attention to either Safdie Brothers movie on this list—Uncut Gems or Good Time. You'll miss everything in the span of one whirlwind second. Go ahead and attempt to follow Yorgos Lanthimos's Killing of a Sacred Deer while sneaking a moment to doomscroll. You can't do it! So, go ahead and take your cell phone and bury it under some blankets in another room, because it's not going to serve you well during a watch of any of the great thrillers below.
Netflix offers a massive library of movies at your fingertips, but the best of them when you need a real, absolute distraction is a good thriller. Below, we've rounded up the best thrillers on Netflix, which include true crime, horror, noir, comedy, action, and more. When your'e done with that, go ahead and browse our list of best movies of all time, which has a fair share of classic thrillers to keep the thrills coming.
The film came out nearly 50 years ago, and it's still a primary reason kids don't want to go swimming in the ocean. We live in the age of big productions that go boom, but all Jaws needed to keep you on the edge of your seat was the threat of something gargantuan, yet incredibly out of sight most of the time.
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Sometimes, you don't need some big supernatural force to make a great thriller. Take Training Day for instance. Denzel Washington won his Oscar for playing a narcotics officer in a crime-riddled neighborhood of Westlake.
Thank you Sandra Bullock for trying to alert us to the dangers of the internet before we really got into the throes of it. Bullock plays a woman in peril after her identity is stolen and manipulated in ways beyond comprehension. SHE IS ANGELA BENNETT.
The Da Vinci Code
Remember when everyone and their mom was reading The Da VinciCode? That was a real bastion of the mid-naughts for a while. When the book was turned into a film, starring Tom Hanks no less? Well that made it a full on phenomenon.
This Sophia Coppola flick combines the best of the thriller genre: the thread of danger, sexual tension, and an incomprehensible Nicole Kidman accent. Long live the genre. Set during the Civil War, an ailing soldier finds comfort in a school for women, but obviously, things get complex really quickly.
You know how sometimes you go to space with two other people and everything is fine, and then all of a sudden, someone falls out of the roof of the ship because they were doing last minute maintenance and now y'all don't have enough oxygen for everyone to live? BUMMER.
Get out of here with your terrifying mind games, Martin Scorsese! Leonardo DiCaprio and Mark Ruffalo front this psychological thriller about two agents who go to an insane asylum on an abandoned island, trying to answer questions about a mysterious a murderer disappears. But like the genre suggests, nothing is quite as it seems, and the story gets darker the longer the two agents remain on the island.
The Woman in the Window
Notoriously awful? Messy in scope? Sure. Those things are true. But also, The Woman in the Window is a psychological thriller that is so over the top and campy that it's impossible to stop watching. Watching Amy Adams navigate the fallout after witnessing a murder is intoxicating, especially as you decide whether or not she's a reliable witness.
It's peak late 90s thriller content. Starring Ashley Judd and Tommy Lee Jones, the film follows a woman framed for her husband's murder. Everything starts unraveling though after she serves her time and sets off to uncover the truth: her husband isn't dead. But hey—it's double jeopardy, right? You can't be charged for the same crime twice.
I Care a Lot
Somewhere between terrifying and hilarious lies I Care a Lot: the thriller starring Rosamund Pike as a legal caregiver who manipulates the judicial system to scam elderly people out of everything they own. Things are going great until she nabs someone with ties that bind a little more tightly than she's used to. The movie will literally have you asking if you're more comfortable with human trafficking or elder abuse, which is really a no-win situation. And yet, the film is so damn good.
Tate Taylor's Ava stars Jessica Chastain as an assassin who starts doubting her choice to enter into this chaotic world when a job goes awry. Turns out, having a family while you're, well, killing people is even more complicated than it reads on paper.
Sometimes the most terrifying thrillers are the ones that feel like they could legitimately happen. Well, that is, if you're constantly seeking the thrill of big, risky bets. Adam Sandler shines (no pun intended) as the star of Uncut Gems, playing Howard Ratner, a jeweler who makes a big bet that could either reset him financially or put his life on the line.
Being shipwrecked on an island seems like it would be thrilling (is that the right word?) enough, but being shipwrecked on a deserted island and then finding out you're not alone? No thanks. Sweetheart follows one woman's desperate attempt at survival. Bonus: it's a quick one hour and 22 minutes.
Lori Loughlin? Child's play. In Bad Genius, a group of highly gifted students set up a college entrance exam scam that leads to higher and higher stakes the more successful they become. The Thai heist film (more! heist! films!) has a percent on Rotten Tomatoes and is critically acclaimed, so flex on your film buff friends with that.
See You Yesterday
You might have slept on this Spike Lee-produced film, but it's on Netflix and waiting on your binge. The thriller sees two science prodigies who are experimenting with time travel, but when one of their brothers ends up murdered by an officer, their experiment becomes more important than ever before.
Sometimes, the best thrillers are just sourced from the moments when the world outdoes itself with terrifying disease. Sound familiar? This African film dives headfirst into the Ebola outbreak in Nigeria, when someone arrives from Lagos with the disease. The thriller focuses on real life events and how (spoiler?) the Nigerian government's response ultimately saved countless lives.
The Killing of a Sacred Deer
Acclaimed director Yorgos Lanthimos won for best screenplay at Cannes for this psychological thriller starring Colin Farrell and Nicole Kidman as a married couple whose family starts falling apart after inviting an orphaned boy into their home.
Directed by new horror master Mike Flanagan (the mind behind Doctor Sleep and The Haunting of Hill House), Esquire ranked Gerald's Game as one of the top 10 best Stephen King adaptations. It's the story of a woman whose husband dies suddenly of a heart attack but she's left handcuffed to the bed and must find a way to survive
This Netflix psychological thriller shows a family on a road trip for Thanksgiving. When his young daughter suffers an injury, Ray takes her and his wife to the nearest emergency room and waits as the two are taken to get a CT scan. However, the two disappear, and Ray becomes convinced that the hospital is hiding something.
Before the Safdie brothers created Uncut Gems and before Robert Pattinson would star as the new Batman, the three collaborated in Good Time. Pattinson stars as a street hustler and bank robber desperately trying to get his brother (played by Benny Safdie) out of prison after a job goes wrong.
follows a farmer to Nebraska, where he sets on the path to write a confession for a murder from his past. The Netflix film is adapted from a Stephen King novella.
Sandra Bullock, Sarah Paulson, Trevante Rhodes, and John Malkovich star in this dystopian thriller (and Netflix original film) about a woman who must travel blindfolded along with her children to safety as an unseen force stalks them on their journey.
Madeline Brewer plays an enterprising camgirl who discovers that she's somehow been replicated in various videos that have been uploaded to her own website in this Internet-inspired horror thriller and Netflix original.
The Hateful Eight
Quentin Tarantino delivers an Agatha Christie-style mystery set in the American West just after the Civil War with a stellar cast that includes Samuel L. Jackson, Kurt Russell, Bruce Dern, and Jennifer Jason Leigh.
This is the O.G. A Quiet Place. That’s that.
I Am the Pretty Thing That Lives in the House
Lily (Ruth Wilson) is a live-in nurse who moves into the remote New England mansion owned by her patient, an elderly horror novelist who suffers from dementia. Soon Lily starts to question if the unsettling things that are taking place in this house came straight from one of her patient's books.
A gathering of friends at a swank Hollywood Hills mansion turns deadly in Karyn Kusama's chilling and unsettling thriller, which sees a seemingly innocuous dinner party devolve into a cult-inspired killing spree.
The Perfection is absolutely bonkers, so when it comes to thrillers, it fits the bill perfectly. If you’re looking for unnerving twist and turns, you’re going to be hard pressed to find one with more than this film about two cellists vying for the top spot in a conservatory.
Brenda Strong deserves one insane Netflix thriller a year, and Secret Obsession is her entry for
This horror satire from Nightcrawler director Dan Gilroy is a mix of The Square and Eyes of Laura Mars, with Jake Gyllenhaal starring as an art critic who discovers that the mysterious paintings by an unknown artist have supernatural abilities—and take their revenge on anyone attempting to profit off of them.
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