The 100 Best Movies On HBO Max, Ranked (October 2021)

If the streaming era is a war between Hollywood superpowers, then HBO Max is well-armed with its greatest asset: Movies! Warner Bros. is one of the most storied film studios in the history of cinema, and that history has given HBO Max access to many of the best films from the last 100 years. HBO Max also has a number of flicks from other studios to further boost its library, as well as a growing number of Max originals to keep fans knee-deep in options. If anything, there’s almost too much to watch. We can make it a lot easier for you because we’ve already done the work. Just check out our updated list of the best movies on HBO Max right now.

Looking for more suggestions? We also have guides to the best movies on Netflix, the best movies on Hulu, the best movies on Amazon Prime Video, and the best movies on Disney+.

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Trance (2013) new

Trance 68% 61% 6.9/10 Genre Thriller, Crime, Drama, Mystery Stars James McAvoy, Vincent Cassel, Rosario Dawson Directed by Danny Boyle r 101m In Trance, Simon Newton (James McAvoy) finds himself in way over his head after a botched art heist. During the theft at his auction house, Simon was supposed to put away an extremely valuable painting before it could be stolen. While Simon was in league with the thieves, he apparently double-crossed them by hiding the painting somewhere else. After suffering a massive blow to the head, Simon’s memory is shattered. That’s why the thieves take him to Elizabeth Lamb (Rosario Dawson), a hypnotherapist who may hold the key to unlocking his mind. But the deeper Elizabeth probes into Simon’s subconscious, the more danger both of them are in. >watch on HBO Max

A Royal Affair (2012) new

A Royal Affair 90% 73% 7.5/10 Genre Drama, History, Romance Stars Mads Mikkelsen, Alicia Vikander, Mikkel Boe Følsgaard Directed by Nikolaj Arcel r 137m Don’t be intimidated by the subtitles you’re likely to need for this Danish historical drama. A Royal Affair has a world-class story that shines through regardless of whether you can speak the language. In the 18th century, English princess Caroline Matilda (Alicia Vikander) finds herself in a loveless marriage with Denmark’s King Christian VII (Mikkel Følsgaard). Around the same time, Dr. Johann Friedrich Struensee (Mads Mikkelsen) exerts a great deal of influence on the king and pushes him toward social reforms. When Caroline and Johann discover their shared values, they embark on an affair that could carry serious consequences for both the kingdom and each other. >watch on HBO Max

Misery (1990) new

Misery 90% 75% 7.8/10 Genre Drama, Thriller Stars James Caan, Kathy Bates, Richard Farnsworth Directed by Rob Reiner r 107m There’s nothing supernatural about Misery, one of Stephen King’s greatest stories. But King has rarely created a villain more terrifying than Annie Wilkes (Kathy Bates). She is the self-described “biggest fan” of novelist Paul Sheldon (James Caan), a man who is eager to move past his Victorian novel series. When Paul is seriously injured in a car accident, Annie takes him in and nurses him back to health. But when Annie discovers that Paul killed off his heroine, Misery, she holds him captive, tortures him, and forces him to write a new novel in which she survives. And Annie is more than willing to kill in order to give her favorite character “back to the world.” >watch on HBO Max

Super 8 (2011) new

Super 8 81% 72% 7.0/10 Genre Thriller, Science Fiction, Mystery Stars Joel Courtney, Elle Fanning, Riley Griffiths Directed by J.J. Abrams pg-13 112m Before director J.J. Abrams rebooted Star Wars on the big screen, he channeled his inner-Steven Spielberg for Super 8, a sci-fi monster movie set in the late ’70s. In the aftermath of a family tragedy, young Joe Lamb (Joel Courtney) finds solace making a zombie movie with his friends, Alice Dainard (Elle Fanning), Cary McCarthy (Ryan Lee), Martin Read (Gabriel Basso), and Preston Scott (Zach Mills). However, the kids soon witness a train derailment in which an unknown creature escapes the military. And once the creature is loose, Colonel Nelec (Noah Emmerich) is willing to do anything to hide the secret of its existence, even if it means destroying Joe’s small town. >watch on HBO Max

Kill Bill: Vol. 1 (2003) new

Kill Bill: Vol. 1 85% 69% 8.1/10 Genre Action, Crime Stars Uma Thurman, Lucy Liu, Vivica A. Fox Directed by Quentin Tarantino r 111m Kill Bill is, by design, a very bloody film that was essentially split in two by director Quentin Tarantino. It’s also a bloody good time and a great martial arts revenge thriller, with Uma Thurman as The Bride. On the day of The Bride’s wedding, the ceremony is crashed by her jilted ex-lover, Bill (David Carradine), along with her former teammates in the Deadly Viper Assssination Squad. They slaughter the wedding party and leave The Bride for dead. That was a big mistake. After five years in a coma, The Bride comes looking for some payback. And her first targets are Vernita Green (Vivica A. Fox) and O-Ren Ishii (Lucy Liu). >watch on HBO Max

The Hours (2002) new

The Hours 79% 80% 7.5/10 Genre Drama Stars Nicole Kidman, Julianne Moore, Meryl Streep Directed by Stephen Daldry pg-13 114m Make sure you have some tissues handy for The Hours, because this movie can definitely bring out some tears. It’s set in three interconnected time periods, with novelist Virginia Woolf (Nicole Kidman) in the 1920s, housewife Laura Brown (Julianne Moore) in the ’50s, and Clarissa Vaughan (Meryl Streep) in the present. The primary connection is suicide, as both Virginia and Laura contemplate taking their own lives. Their choices resonate in the modern era, as Clarissa is forced to deal with the suicide of someone that she used to love. And yet within these sad tales, there is also hope. >watch on HBO Max

Night Moves (1975)

Night Moves 84% 82% 7.1/10 Genre Thriller, Crime, Mystery Stars Gene Hackman, Jennifer Warren, Edward Binns Directed by Arthur Penn r 100m Night Moves flew under the radar during its initial release, but it found an audience in the subsequent decades. Gene Hackman stars as Harry Moseby, a private investigator whose marriage to Ellen Moseby (Susan Clark) is on the rocks. Soon after, Harry is hired by a former actress, Arlene Iverson (Janet Ward), to find her missing daughter, Delly Grastner (Melanie Griffith). Along the way, Harry discovers that Delly has an agenda of her own. And when Delly turns up dead, Harry discovers deeper secrets and lies that turn his world upside down. >watch on

Moonrise Kingdom (2012) new

Moonrise Kingdom 93% 84% 7.8/10 Genre Comedy, Drama, Romance Stars Jared Gilman, Kara Hayward, Bruce Willis, Edward Norton, Bill Murray, Frances McDormand, Tilda Swinton Directed by Wes Anderson pg-13 94m As you might expect from a Wes Anderson film, Moonrise Kingdom is anything but conventional. Despite having a cast any director would kill for, the focus of the story is on two troubled kids: Sam (Jared Gilman) and Suzy (Kara Hayward). When Sam and Suzy decide to run away together, Suzy’s parents; Mr. Bishop (Bill Murray) and Mrs. Bishop (Frances McDormand); Sam’s Scout Master, Randy Ward (Edward Norton); and Police Captain Duffy Sharp (Bruce Willis) attempt to find them. Sam and Suzy have dreams of their own, but they won’t be able to achieve their hearts’ desires without a little help. >watch on HBO Max

The Many Saints of Newark (2021) new

The Many Saints of Newark 73% 60% 7.2/10 Genre Crime, Drama Stars Alessandro Nivola, Leslie Odom Jr., Jon Bernthal, Corey Stoll, Michael Gandolfini Directed by Alan Taylor r 120m Do you have to watch all of The Sopranos to appreciate the prequel story, The Many Saints of Newark? No, but it is a more enjoyable experience if you can appreciate the callbacks and echoes from the future. The late James Gandolfini’s son, Michael Gandolfini, steps into the role that made his father famous: Tony Soprano. The film also introduces Dickie Moltisanti (Alessandro Nivola), Tony’s mentor, who was only occasionally mentioned on the show. It turns out that Dickie had a major hand in helping Tony achieve his destiny in the mob during a pivotal conflict in the 1960s between the Italian mafia and their African-American counterparts. This isn’t just an exercise in nostalgia. It’s also one of the best crime movies to come along in ages. >watch on HBO Max

In the Line of Fire (1993) new

In the Line of Fire 96% 74% 7.2/10 Genre Thriller, Drama Stars Clint Eastwood, John Malkovich, Rene Russo, Dylan McDermott, Gary Cole Directed by Wolfgang Petersen r 128m Clint Eastwood headlines In the Line of Fire as Frank Horrigan, the lone Secret Service Agent still on the roster from the John F. Kennedy assassination three decades earlier. Frank is still haunted by his failure to save JFK, which draws the attention of Mitch Leary (John Malkovich), an assassin who taunts Frank with his brazen plans to kill the current president. To protect the president and redeem himself, Frank resumes active duty on the president’s security detail. He also finds new love with his fellow Secret Service agent, Lilly Raines (Rene Russo). However, Mitch is several steps ahead of them and planning to slay the president before they can stop him. >watch on HBO Max

The Invisible Man (2020) new

The Invisible Man 91% 72% 7.1/10 Genre Horror, Thriller Stars Elisabeth Moss, Aldis Hodge, Storm Reid, Harriet Dyer, Michael Dorman Directed by Leigh Whannell r 124m There have been several adaptations of The Invisible Man, but the latest movie has perhaps the most original spin. Elisabeth Moss stars as Cecilia Kass, a woman who is desperate to escape her abusive relationship with Adrian Griffin (Oliver Jackson-Cohen). When Adrian commits suicide, Cecilia becomes convinced that he faked his death and is somehow tormenting her as an unseen force. The truly terrifying moments occur when the audience can see that Cecilia’s invisible tormentor is all too real, and willing to hurt everyone she loves just to get his way. Unfortunately for Cecilia, neither her friends nor her sister heed her warnings or pleas. >watch on HBO Max

Bridget Jones's Diary (2001) new

Bridget Jones's Diary 80% 66% 6.7/10 Genre Romance, Comedy Stars Renée Zellweger, Colin Firth, Hugh Grant, Jim Broadbent, Gemma Jones Directed by Sharon Maguire r 97m At the heart of Bridget Jones’s Diary is one woman’s desire to completely reinvent herself so that she can finally be happy. Bridget Jones (Renée Zellweger) keeps a diary as her way of making a fresh start, even though her early entries are very critical of her childhood friend, Mark Darcy (Colin Firth). While Bridget has very obvious romantic feelings for her boss, Daniel Cleaver (Hugh Grant), she also finds her opinion of Mark changing as she becomes reacquainted with him. Deciding whom she really loves is going to be difficult for Bridget, but the real challenge will be figuring out what she wants out of life. >watch on HBO Max

Promising Young Woman (2020)

Promising Young Woman 90% 73% 7.5/10 Genre Drama, Thriller Stars Carey Mulligan, Bo Burnham, Alison Brie, Clancy Brown, Jennifer Coolidge Directed by Emerald Fennell r 113m Promising Young Woman was one of 2020’s most daring films, thanks to an absolutely fearless performance by Carey Mulligan. In the film, Mulligan plays Cassie Thomas, a woman haunted by the rape and death of her best friend, Nina Fisher. To find some small sense of justice, Cassie lures men into believing they can take advantage of her before exposing their severe moral failings. But when Cassie discovers that Nina’s rapist, Al Monroe (Chris Lowell), will soon be married, she throws herself into a dangerous plan to get justice even if it ruins her burgeoning romance with Ryan (Bo Burnham). >watch on HBO Max

King Kong (2005)

King Kong 84% 81% 7.2/10 Genre Action, Adventure, Drama Stars Naomi Watts, Jack Black, Adrien Brody, Thomas Kretschmann, Colin Hanks, Jamie Bell Directed by Peter Jackson pg-13 188m Before directing The Lord of the Rings trilogy, Peter Jackson desperately wanted to remake King Kong as a modern blockbuster. Following his LOTR success, Jackson got his chance with a lavish production that makes the “Eighth Wonder of the World” bigger than ever. Naomi Watts stars as Ann Darrow, a struggling actress who is recruited by director Carl Denham (Jack Black) for an on-location shoot that is far more dangerous than she realizes. Although Ann falls for screenwriter Jack Driscoll (Adrien Brody), Kong only has eyes for her. While Kong saves Ann on Skull Island, all bets are off when he is captured and taken back to New York. >watch on HBO Max

The Big Easy (1986)

The Big Easy 89% 52% 6.5/10 Genre Comedy, Crime, Drama Stars Dennis Quaid, Ellen Barkin, Ned Beatty, John Goodman, Lisa Jane Persky Directed by Jim McBride r 102m Just as the name implies, The Big Easy takes place in New Orleans, and the film was actually shot on location for authenticity. Dennis Quaid stars Remy McSwain, a police lieutenant tasked with investigating the death of a local crime boss. Ellen Barkin co-stars as Anne Osborne, a state district attorney who finds herself romantically drawn to Remy even though she openly suspects that he’s a dirty cop. Anne’s suspicions prove to be correct, which strains her relationship with Remy. Regardless, there’s an even greater corruption within the ranks of the New Orleans PD that may threaten both of their lives if they don’t stick together. >watch on HBO Max

Shakespeare in Love (1998)

Shakespeare in Love 92% 87% 7.1/10 Genre Comedy, Drama, History Stars Gwyneth Paltrow, Joseph Fiennes, Geoffrey Rush, Colin Firth, Ben Affleck, Judi Dench Directed by John Madden r 123m William Shakespeare’s plays have been adapted to the screen since the dawn of cinema. But Shakespeare in Love has a novel approach by casting William Shakespeare (Joseph Fiennes) himself in a doomed romance that echoes many of the bard’s most famous plays. Gwyneth Paltrow also stars as Viola de Lesseps, a woman with a love for theater and a great attraction to William. To get her chance to perform on stage, Viola disguises herself as a man and wins a role in William’s newest play. When William learns the truth about Viola, their shared passion is undeniable. Unfortunately, Viola’s family has arranged her marriage with Lord Wessex (Colin Firth), and neither William nor Viola has the power to stop that union from happening. >watch on HBO Max

Mad Max Fury Road (2015)

Mad Max Fury Road 97% 90% 8.1/10 Genre Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi Stars Tom Hardy, Charlize Theron, Nicholas Hoult, Hugh Keays-Byrne, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley Directed by George Miller r 120m Most sequels fail to live up to the original movie that inspired them. But most sequels aren’t Mad Max: Fury Road, a thrilling action film that successfully revamped and updated the franchise for a new century. Tom Hardy headlines the film as Max Rockatansky, but the real star is Charlize Theron’s Imperator Furiosa. She absolutely steals the movie from him. Together, they take it upon themselves to protect the unwilling wives of Immortan Joe (Hugh Keays-Byrne) and escort them to safety across the wasteland. The action is top-notch, and it’s an easy film to watch again and again. >watch on HBO Max

Deliverance (1972)

Deliverance 89% 90% 7.7/10 Genre Adventure, Drama, Thriller Stars Jon Voight, Burt Reynolds, Ned Beatty, Ronny Cox Directed by John Boorman r 89m There may not be literal monsters in Deliverance, but there’s more than enough horror in the backwoods to last a lifetime. Four friends, Ed Gentry (Jon Voight), Lewis Medlock (Burt Reynolds), Bobby Trippe (Ned Beatty), and Drew Ballinger (Ronny Cox), take an ill-fated rafting trip that leads them face-to-face with some dangerous mountain men who delight in torturing them. But even upon making their escape, the four men can’t decide how many men they’re up against and what they should do as the bodies pile up. One thing is certain: Not everyone is getting out of the woods with their lives. >watch on HBO Max

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1968)

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly 97% 90% 8.8/10 Genre Western Stars Clint Eastwood, Eli Wallach, Lee Van Cleef, Aldo Giuffrè, Antonio Casas Directed by Sergio Leone r 177m Sergio Leone’s The Good, the Bad and the Ugly is the final film of his Man With No Name trilogy, although it clearly takes place before the first two. It is also a true masterpiece that combines the spaghetti western aesthetic with a deeper story and standout performances by its three leading men. Clint Eastwood reprises his role as “Blondie,” with Eli Wallach as his former partner, Tuco. The two men have little reason to trust each other, except for a hidden cache of gold that neither of them can find alone. However, the malevolent Angel Eyes (Lee Van Cleef) will stop at nothing to get to the gold first. In the backdrop of the Civil War, only one man will emerge as the victor. >watch on HBO Max

What They Had (2018)

What They Had 86% 69% 6.7/10 Genre Drama Stars Hilary Swank, Michael Shannon, Robert Forster, Blythe Danner Directed by Elizabeth Chomko r 101m What They Had is a family drama with only a handful of major roles, but it’s also got some terrific performances from its leading players. Hilary Swank stars as Bridget “Bitty” Ertz, the sister of Nicholas “Nicky” Everhardt (Michael Shannon). The two siblings are forced to return home in order to convince their father, Norbert Everhardt (Robert Forster), to place his wife, Ruth (Blythe Danner), into an assisted living facility to treat her worsening Alzheimer’s symptoms. The arguments that follow expose some deep fissures within the family as well as old emotional wounds that may never be fully healed. >watch on HBO Max

News of the World (2020)

News of the World 88% 73% 6.8/10 Genre Western, Adventure, Drama Stars Tom Hanks, Helena Zengel, Michael Covino, Fred Hechinger, Neil Sandilands Directed by Paul Greengrass pg-13 118m Thanks to the state of the world in 2020, Tom Hanks’ new western, News of the World, flew far under the radar. In the film, Hanks plays a former Confederate soldier, Captain Jefferson Kyle Kidd, who makes a living by going to small towns and reading the news to people. Jefferson’s life takes a turn when he encounters Cicada (Helena Zengel), a Caucasian girl who was raised by Native Americans. Cicada’s real name is Johanna Leonberger, and her birth parents are dead. Despite his reluctance, Jefferson agrees to accompany Johanna to her surviving family members, even though they face significant obstacles on the road. >watch on HBO Max

Chariots of Fire (1981)

Chariots of Fire 82% 78% 7.2/10 Genre Biography, Drama, Sport Stars Ben Cross Ian Charleson, Nigel Havers, Cheryl Campbell, Alice Krige Directed by Hugh Hudson pg 124m Chariots of Fire is a drama that is based on the true story of two men, Harold Abrahams (Ben Cross) and Eric Liddell (Ian Charleson), a pair of British runners who competed in the 1924 Olympic Games. While Harold is a Jewish man who continually encounters antisemitism, Eric’s religious struggles come from his family and his own devout Christian faith. Running is an escape for both of them and a way to overcome their personal obstacles. Harold and Eric’s paths don’t always converge outside of their athletic pursuits, but their drive and resilience are still inspiring to watch. >watch on HBO Max

Time After Time (1979)

Time After Time 87% 69% 7.1/10 Genre Sci-fi, Adventure, Drama Stars Malcolm McDowell, David Warner, Mary Steenburgen, Charles Cioffi, Kent Williams Directed by Nicholas Meyer pg 111m Before director Nicholas Meyer saved the Star Trek franchise with Star Trek II, he wrote and directed a fresh take on H.G. Wells’ seminal sci-fi novel Time After Time. In the film, Herbert George Wells (Malcolm McDowell) is not only the hero of his own story, he’s also the inventor of an actual time machine. Unfortunately, Jack the Ripper (David Warner) comes across the time machine and uses it to escape into the future world of 1979. That’s why Herbert pursues the Ripper through time, and he ultimately finds love with a modern-day woman, Amy Robbins (Mary Steenburgen). >watch on HBO Max

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (2004)

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban 90% 82% 7.9/10 Genre Fantasy, Adventure Stars Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint, Emma Watson, Alan Rickman, Michael Gambon, Richard Griffiths Directed by Alfonso Cuarón pg 142m All eight of the Harry Potter movies are now on HBO Max. And while you should certainly revisit the first two movies, the third film, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, is widely recognized as the best in the series. Thanks to the artful direction of Alfonso Cuarón and a powerful screenplay by Steve Kloves, Harry Potter (Daniel Radcliffe) has an affecting emotional odyssey when he learns that his godfather, Sirius Black (Gary Oldman), has escaped Azkaban’s prison for wizards. Harry believes that Sirius betrayed his parents and led them to their deaths. However, the truth is something that Harry never expected. And if the Boy Who Lived wants to put things right, he’s going to have to cheat the reaper … and evade the deadly Dementors. >watch on HBO Max

Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore (1974)

Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore 88% 78% 7.3/10 Genre Drama, Comedy Stars Ellen Burstyn, Kris Kristofferson, Diane Ladd, Jodie Foster, Alfred Lutter Directed by Martin Scorsese pg 112m Unless you happened to be alive through the ‘70s, you may not know that director Martin Scorsese can do a lot more than the crime dramas that made him famous. Scorsese’s fourth film, Alice Doesn’t Live Here Anymore, is a dramedy that follows the story of Alice Hyatt (Ellen Burstyn ) and her son, Tommy (Alfred Lutter). After the sudden death of her husband, Alice takes Tommy and follows her dream of moving back to California and becoming a singer. Unfortunately, Alice’s plan falls prey to a toxic relationship and a series of misfortunes before she begins rebuilding her life as a waitress. When Alice falls for one of her customers, David (Kris Kristofferson), she is forced to question whether her ambition is more important than love. >watch on HBO Max

Unforgiven (1992)

Unforgiven 96% 85% 8.2/10 Genre Western, Drama Stars Clint Eastwood, Gene Hackman, Morgan Freeman, Richard Harris Directed by Clint Eastwood r 131m Clint Eastwood has made a lot of westerns in his career, but Unforgiven is in a class all its own. Eastwood directed the film and stars as Will Munny, an aging outlaw who turned his back on a life of violence in order to raise a family. Will’s desperate finances lead him to accept a bounty on two cowboys who brutally disfigured a prostitute, Delilah Fitzgerald (Anna Thomson). Will recruits his old friend, Ned Logan (Morgan Freeman), and they join The Schofield Kid (Jaimz Woolvett) to avenge Delilah’s injury. Unfortunately for the trio, Sheriff Little Bill Daggett (Gene Hackman) doesn’t take kindly to assassins, and his brand of justice is even more brutal than Will’s. >watch on HBO Max

Professor Marston and the Wonder Women (2017)

Professor Marston and the Wonder Women 87% 68% 7.1/10 Genre Biography, Drama, History Stars Luke Evans, Rebecca Hall, Bella Heathcote, JJ Feild, Oliver Platt Directed by Angela Robinson r 108m Almost everyone knows who Wonder Woman is, but few know the story of her creator. Professor Marston and the Wonder Women puts the spotlight on William Moulton Marston, a psychologist, writer, and the inventor of the lie detector. More importantly, it also explores William’s polyamorous relationship with his wife, Elizabeth Holloway Marston (Rebecca Hall), and his research assistant turned lover, Olive Byrne (Bella Heathcote). In the late ‘20s, their unconventional three-way relationship was considered to be scandalous. And yet without the influence of both Elizabeth and Olive, William’s comic book heroine would never have come into being. >watch on HBO Max

The Fugitive (1993)

The Fugitive 96% 87% 7.8/10 Genre Thriller Stars Harrison Ford, Tommy Lee Jones, Sela Ward, Joe Pantoliano, Andreas Katsulas Directed by Andrew Davis pg-13 130m The Fugitive movie had the daunting task of modernizing the story of the TV series that inspired it and distilling it down into a single film. It turned out to be one of the best action thrillers of the ‘90s. Harrison Ford stars as Dr. Richard Kimble, a man wrongly accused of killing his wife, Helen Kimble (Sela Ward). Somehow, Richard has to escape from custody and find the one-armed man (Andreas Katsulas) who actually committed the crime before Tommy Lee Jones’ Deputy U.S. Marshal Sam Gerard can send him back to prison. Jones went on to get his own sequel, U.S. Marshals, which was essentially a remake of this film. But this is the one you should watch — or watch again. >watch on HBO Max

The Shawshank Redemption (1994)

The Shawshank Redemption 91% 80% 9.3/10 Genre Drama Stars Tim Robbins, Morgan Freeman, Bob Gunton, William Sadler, Clancy Brown, Gil Bellows Directed by Frank Darabont r 142m Stephen King’s The Shawshank Redemption is one of his best non-horror stories, although there are definitely some horrific things that take place inside Shawshank Penitentiary. Andy Dufresne (Tim Robbins) is sentenced to life in prison for murdering his wife and her lover. However, Andy’s pleas of innocence are ignored, even when a fellow inmate offers information that could clear his name. As the decades pass, Andy befriends Ellis Boyd “Red” Redding (Morgan Freeman) and struggles to overcome the cage within his mind as well as the prison holding his body. Andy’s courage inspires Red, especially when Andy’s greatest secret emerges. >watch on HBO Max

Macbeth (2015)

Macbeth 80% 71% 6.6/10 Genre Drama, History, War Stars Michael Fassbender, Marion Cotillard, Paddy Considine, Sean Harris, Jack Reynor Directed by Justin Kurzel r 113m William Shakespeare’s plays still resonate centuries after they were written. And one of the more recent adaptations of Macbeth is a particularly powerful retelling of that story. After leading his forces to victory, Macbeth (Michael Fassbender) encounters three witches who proclaim that he will be the king. After sharing the prophecy with his wife, Lady Macbeth (Marion Cotillard), they conspire to make it come to pass no matter how many people they have to betray or kill. However, their deeds come back to haunt them, sometimes literally, and the blood can not be washed away from their hands. >watch on HBO Max

Horrible Bosses (2011)

Horrible Bosses 69% 57% 6.8/10 Genre Comedy, Crime Stars Jason Bateman, Charlie Day, Jason Sudeikis, Jennifer Aniston, Colin Farrell Directed by Seth Gordon r 98m Have you ever had a terrible boss who sucked all of the joy out of your job? Then you can probably relate to the main characters of Horrible Bosses. Nick Hendricks (Jason Bateman) has a boss, Dave Harken (Kevin Spacey), who cheated him out of a promotion, while his friend, Dale Arbusis (Charlie Day), is being sexually harassed by his boss, Dr. Julia Harris, D.D.S. (Jennifer Aniston). Their other buddy, Kurt Buckman (Jason Sudeikis), has a new boss, Bobby Pellit (Colin Farrell), who may soon run their company into the ground. Realizing that their lives would be better off without their bosses, the trio hatch a murder plot that was destined to go wrong from the moment of its conception. >watch on HBO Max New to HBO Max in August
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One Hour Photo (2002)

One Hour Photo 82% 64% 6.8/10 Genre Thriller Stars Robin Williams, Connie Nielsen, Michael Vartan, Gary Cole, Eriq La Salle Directed by Mark Romanel r 96m To modern audiences, the premise of One Hour Photo may seem strange. But in the pre-digital days, we really did have places where we had to get pictures developed into paper prints. In this thriller, the late Robin Williams plays Seymour “Sy” Parrish, an employee at a photo shop who has no real life of his own. Instead, Sy lives vicariously through the Yorkin family because he believes that Will (Michael Vartan) and Nina (Connie Nielsen), as well as their son, Jake (Dylan Smith), have an ideal life. However, Sy’s views are shattered when some of the pictures reveal that Will is having an affair. Combined with turmoil at work, this revelation causes Sy to snap as he tries to expose Will and anyone else who crosses him. >watch on HBO Max

Jurassic Park (1993)

Jurassic Park 92% 68% 8.1/10 Genre Sci-fi, Action, Adventure Stars Sam Neill, Laura Dern, Jeff Goldblum, Richard Attenborough, Samuel L. Jackson, Wayne Knight Directed by Steven Spielberg pg-13 128m Nearly three decades after its debut, Jurassic Park still stands as a monumental special effects achievement for its depiction of believable dinosaurs. Dr. John Hammond (Richard Attenborough) summons three experts, Dr. Alan Grant (Sam Neill), Dr. Ellie Sattler (Laura Dern), and Dr. Ian Malcolm (Jeff Goldblum), to his private island so they can see a test run of the new theme park with actual cloned dinosaurs. While the doctors are alarmed and excited by the implications of John’s actions, they are soon thrust into a dangerous situation when Jurassic Park is sabotaged from within. >watch on HBO Max

Empire of the Sun (1987)

Empire of the Sun 75% 62% 7.7/10 Genre Drama Stars Christian Bale, John Malkovich, Miranda Richardson, Nigel Havers Directed by Steven Spielberg pg 154m Nearly two decades before he played Batman, Christian Bale headlined Steven Spielberg’s Empire of the Sun as Jamie “Jim” Graham, a young British boy who lives through World War II in Shanghai. While Jim initially enjoys a life of privilege, the outbreak of war soon separates him from his parents. Con men Basie (John Malkovich) and Frank (Joe Pantoliano) even try to sell Jim in the chaos. However, all three are soon captured by Japanese soldiers and placed in an internment camp. Even though Jim ingratiates himself with the camp’s commander, Sergeant Nagata (Masatō Ibu), his existence during wartime is an ongoing nightmare. And Jim’s ordeal doesn’t end when the fighting stops. >watch on HBO Max

Love & Basketball (2000)

Love & Basketball 83% 70% 7.2/10 Genre Drama Stars Omar Epps, Sanaa Lathan, Alfre Woodard, Dennis Haysbert Directed by Gina Prince-Bythewood pg-13 125m Fittingly, Love & Basketball is a love story about basketball. It’s also about the relationship between Monica Wright (Sanaa Lathan) and Quincy McCall (Omar Epps). They love each other from an early age, but they love basketball even more. Surprisingly, Monica may be an even greater natural talent at the game, despite Quincy getting all of the attention from professional scouts. Under intense pressure at home from her mother, Camille Wright (Alfre Woodard), Monica struggles to hold on to her dream as well as her feelings for Quincy. The romance between Quincy and Monica waxes and wanes, but their shared passion for basketball is always there. >watch on HBO Max

Inception (2010)

Inception 87% 74% 8.8/10 Genre Action, Sci-Fi Stars Leonardo DiCaprio, Ken Watanabe, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Marion Cotillard, Tom Hardy, Cillian Murphy, Elliot Page Directed by Christopher Nolan pg-13 148m Your mind is the scene of the crime in Inception, the film that solidified Christopher Nolan movies as events unto themselves. Nolan didn’t need Batman to make this blockbuster, but several of his actors returned for this flick. Within the story, Dom Cobb (Leonardo DiCaprio) is a thief who makes his living by breaking into other people’s dreams to steal their most valuable secrets. However, there’s something even more valuable than secrets: Inception. That’s the act of placing an idea into the mind of a victim and letting them believe that it was their idea. It’s a very dangerous mission, which threatens the lives of Dom and his new team. >watch on HBO Max

Heaven Can Wait (1978)

Heaven Can Wait 88% 72% 7.9/10 Genre Comedy, Fantasy Stars Warren Beatty, Julie Christie, James Mason, Charles Grodin, Dyan Cannon, Buck Henry Directed by Warren Beatty, Buck Henry pg 101m In Heaven Can Wait, Joe Pendleton (Warren Beatty) is a man who is on top of the world … right up until he dies. But the Los Angeles Rams’ star quarterback manages to find proof in the afterlife that he was taken well before his time. The enigmatic Mr. Jordan (James Mason) gives Joe another shot at life on Earth, and he takes over the body of millionaire Leo Farnsworth shortly after Leo’s wife, Julia (Dyan Cannon), and her lover, Tony Abbott (Charles Grodin), tried to kill him. While the murderous pair plot to strike again, Joe tries to turn Leo into a football star while finding new love with Betty Logan (Julie Christie). Unfortunately for Joe, his time is still limited. >watch on HBO Max

An American In Paris (1951)

An American In Paris 96% 83% 7.2/10 Genre Comedy, Musical Stars Gene Kelly, Leslie Caron, Oscar Levant, Georges Guétary, Nina Foch Directed by Vincente Minnelli pg-13 113m Gene Kelly’s Jerry Mulligan is the titular character in An American in Paris. Jerry is a World War II veteran who is trying to make a go as an artist. Jerry also gets to express his inner feelings through song in this rousing musical. While an heiress, Milo Roberts (Nina Foch), takes an interest in Jerry’s art, it’s clear that she also wants him to be hers as well. But Jerry only has eyes for Lise Bouvier (Leslie Caron), a young woman who is already engaged to Henri “Hank” Baurel (Georges Guétary). The chemistry between Jerry and Lise is undeniable, but the greater powers in their lives may keep them apart. >watch on HBO Max

Collateral (2004)

Collateral 86% 71% 7.5/10 Genre Crime, Drama, Thriller Stars Tom Cruise, Jamie Foxx, Jada Pinkett Smith, Mark Ruffalo, Peter Berg, Bruce McGill Directed by Michael Mann r 119m In Michael Mann’s thrilling action flick Collateral, Jamie Foxx plays an unassuming taxi driver named Max Durocher. Max’s driving skills impress his latest fare, Vincent (Tom Cruise), who offers him a flat fee to drive him all night. Unfortunately for Max, Vincent is a contract killer who is systematically taking out his targets. Once Max realizes the truth, it’s too late to get away … and he’s well aware that he will be Vincent’s final target at the end of the night. The stakes also get very personal when Vincent becomes aware about the details of Max’s life, which allow him to blackmail Max into helping him retrieve his hit list. >watch on HBO Max

The Great Gatsby (2013)

The Great Gatsby 48% 55% 7.2/10 Genre Drama, Romance Stars Leonardo DiCaprio, Tobey Maguire, Carey Mulligan, Joel Edgerton, Isla Fisher Directed by Baz Luhrmann pg-13 142m Critics and audiences were polarized by director Baz Luhrmann’s adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby. But few can deny that Luhrmann brought the story to life with visual flair. Tobey Maguire stars as Nick Carraway, a World War I veteran and aspiring writer who finds himself drawn into the orbit of Jay Gatsby (Leonardo DiCaprio), a very wealthy and enigmatic man. Jay wasn’t always rich, but he was in love with Nick’s cousin, Daisy (Carey Mulligan). The problem is that Jay never fell out of love with Daisy, even after she married Tom Buchanan (Joel Edgerton). Regardless of Jay’s newfound riches, the woman he loves seems destined to remain out of his reach. >watch on HBO Max

Popeye (1980)

Popeye 63% 64% 5.3/10 Genre Adventure, Comedy, Family Stars Robin Williams, Shelley Duvall, Paul Dooley, Paul L. Smith, Ray Walston Directed by Robert Altman pg 114m The Popeye movie is perhaps one of the most unlikely comic adaptations ever made. Who would have guessed that Robert Altman would bring Popeye to live-action with Robin Williams in the title role? It sounds like a potential disaster on paper, and yet the movie is really fun to watch as Williams commits to turning himself into a living cartoon character. In the film, Popeye is trying to find his long-lost father, Poopdeck Pappy (Ray Walston). Instead, he discovers a town bullied by Bluto (Paul L. Smith). Soon after his arrival, Popeye forms a new makeshift family with Olive Oyl (Shelley Duvall) and an abandoned baby they call Swee’Pea (Wesley Ivan Hurt). He’ll have to fight to defend them, but fighting is what Popeye does best! >watch on HBO Max

A Mighty Wind (2003)

A Mighty Wind 87% 81% 7.2/10 Genre Comedy, Music Stars Bob Balaban, Christopher Guest, John Michael Higgins, Eugene Levy, Michael McKean, Catherine O'Hara Directed by Christopher Guest pg-13 92m If This Is Spinal Tap goes up to 11, then A Mighty Wind is more of a 7 or an 8. However, several Spinal Tap veterans appear in this unexpectedly sweet musical mockumentary. After a famous music producer passes away, his children reunite his three biggest acts for a memorial concert: The Folksmen, The New Main Street Singers, and Mitch & Mickey. The Folksmen’s trio, Mark Shubb (Harry Shearer), Alan Barrows (Christopher Guest), and Jerry Palter (Michael McKean), get most of the screen time. But there’s also a very effective subplot about Mitch Cohen (Eugene Levy) and Mickey Crabbe (Catherine O’Hara), a former couple who have mixed feelings about reuniting on stage. >watch on HBO Max

Freaky (2020)

Freaky 84% 67% 6.4/10 Genre Horror, Comedy Stars Vince Vaughn, Kathryn Newton, Katie Finneran, Celeste O'Connor, Misha Osherovich, Alan Ruck Directed by Christopher Landon r 101m There have been a few Freaky Friday movies about mothers and daughters swapping bodies and living in each others’ lives. Freaky goes in a different direction by putting the mind of a teenage girl, Millie Kessler (Kathryn Newton), into the body of a serial killer, the Blissfield Butcher (Vince Vaughn). And vice versa. A mystical dagger is responsible for the switch, and the Butcher discovers that it’s a lot easier to kill when his victims assume that he’s weak. As for Millie, she finds her confidence and even confesses her feelings for her crush, Booker Strode (Uriah Shelton), while in the Butcher’s body. However, she only has a few hours to reverse the mind swap before it becomes permanent. >watch on HBO Max

Disturbia (2007)

Disturbia 69% 62% 6.8/10 Genre Thriller Stars Shia LaBeouf, David Morse, Sarah Roemer, Carrie-Anne Moss Directed by D. J. Caruso pg-13 105m Disturbia owes a lot to Alfred Hitchcock’s Rear Window, but this is an updated version of that story. Shia LaBeouf stars as Kale Brecht, a teenager who is angry over the recent death of his father. After getting in trouble at school, Kale is sentenced to house arrest. While spying on his neighbors to relieve his boredom, Kale comes to believe that Robert Turner (David Morse) may be a serial killer. Unfortunately, Kale can’t prove his suspicions without violating the terms of his sentence. And when Kale involves his neighbor, Ashley Carlson (Sarah Roemer), and his friend, Ronald “Ronnie” Chu (Aaron Yoo), it only lands all three of them in greater danger. >watch on HBO Max More Streaming Roundups
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Married to the Mob (1988)

Married to the Mob 89% 71% 6.2/10 Genre Crime, Comedy Stars Michelle Pfeiffer, Matthew Modine, Dean Stockwell, Mercedes Ruehl, Alec Baldwin Directed by Jonathan Demme r 104m The title of Married To the Mob is very appropriate for Angela de Marco (Michelle Pfeiffer). Even the death of her husband, Frank “Cucumber” de Marco (Alex Baldwin), isn’t enough to get her out of the mob’s orbit. It doesn’t help that the man who murdered Frank was his Don, Tony “The Tiger” Russo (Dean Stockwell), and he wants to seduce Angela regardless of his own wife and family. FBI Agent Mike Downey (Matthew Modine) is keeping tabs on the situation, but even he has romantic feelings for Angela. >watch on HBO Max

Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery (1997)

Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery 71% 51% 7.0/10 Genre Action, Comedy Stars Mike Myers, Elizabeth Hurley, Michael York, Mimi Rogers, Seth Green Directed by Jay Roach pg-13 89m Mike Myers goes for a dual role in Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery. In this hilarious James Bond spoof, secret agent Austin Powers (Myers) battles his nemesis, Dr. Evil (also Myers), in the late ’60s. And when Dr. Evil goes into suspended animation, Austin follows suit and awakens in the present day. Neither Austin nor Dr. Evil is able to easily make the adjustment to modern spy warfare. But at least Austin has a great partner, Vanessa Kensington (Elizabeth Hurley). On the other hand, Dr. Evil has an inept crew of henchmen, and a clone son, Scott Evil (Seth Green), who resents him. >watch on HBO Max

Saturday Night Fever (1977)

Saturday Night Fever 82% 77% 6.8/10 Genre Drama Stars John Travolta, Karen Lynn Gorney, Barry Miller, Joseph Cali, Paul Pape Directed by John Badham r 118m Movies couldn’t possibly get more disco than Saturday Night Fever. But if you’re expecting a feel-good musical romance, then you’ve come to the wrong place. John Travolta stars as Anthony “Tony” Manero, a young man with dismissal prospects in his personal life and his day job. Yet on the dance floor, Tony is a king. He soon meets Stephanie Mangano (Karen Lynn Gorney), a dancer who may be his equal or even his superior. Unfortunately for Tony, Stephanie isn’t looking for love, just a platonic partnership. Meanwhile, the personal drama around Tony reaches a boiling point, and he jeopardizes his relationship with Stephanie by going way too far. If Tony’s not careful, his entire life could be shattered by his missteps. >watch on HBO Max

McCabe & Mrs. Miller (1971)

McCabe & Mrs. Miller 84% 93% 7.7/10 Genre Western Stars Warren Beatty, Julie Christie, René Auberjonois, Michael Murphy, Antony Holland Directed by Robert Altman r 121m Robert Altman’s McCabe & Mrs. Miller is a Western that challenges the tropes of the genre. It doesn’t romanticize its title characters, nor does it attempt to morally justify their actions or personas. Warren Beatty stars as John McCabe, a man who carries himself like a gunslinger and uses that reputation to his advantage. After establishing a brothel in town, John is joined by a new partner-in-crime, Constance Miller (Julie Christie). John and Constance’s ensuing romance is complicated by their differing approaches to business and pleasure. However, their relationship is strained when Eugene Sears (Michael Murphy) and Ernest Hollander (Antony Holland) come to town to force them out of their brothel business. And they won’t take no for an answer. >watch on HBO Max

No Sudden Move (2021)

No Sudden Move 90% 76% 6.5/10 Genre Crime Stars Don Cheadle, Benicio del Toro, David Harbour, Jon Hamm, Amy Seimetz Directed by Steven Soderbergh r 115m Do you remember Steven Soderbergh’s Ocean’s Eleven and its sequels? Those are movies where good guy crooks pull off an improbable heist while taking down villains who are far worse than they are. No Sudden Move is not that kind of movie, although Soderbergh does reunite with several of his Ocean’s Eleven stars. Don Cheadle and Benicio del Toro headline the film as Curt Goynes and Ronald Russo, a pair of gangsters in the ‘50s. Curt and Ronald are hired to lean on a hapless accountant, Matt Wertz (David Harbour), and threaten his family. But when Curt refuses to execute Matt and his family, he and Ronald are thrust into increasingly dangerous situations that leave them in dire straits and desperate for a way out. >watch on HBO Max

Judas and the Black Messiah (2021)

Judas and the Black Messiah 96% 85% 7.5/10 Genre Drama Stars Daniel Kaluuya, Lakeith Stanfield, Jesse Plemons, Dominique Fishback, Ashton Sanders Directed by Shaka King r 96m Judas and the Black Messiah is based upon the real story of the death and betrayal of Fred Hampton (Daniel Kaluuya), the leader of Chicago’s Black Panther Party during the late ‘60s. Petty thief William “Bill” O’Neal (Lakeith Stanfield) is given an opportunity to avoid jail by FBI Special Agent Roy Mitchell (Jesse Plemons) if he agrees to join the Black Panthers and report back on them. As Bill becomes more prominent within the Black Panther Party, he has a firsthand view of what Fred is trying to accomplish. However, Bill can’t escape his deal with the FBI, even when he wants out. >watch on HBO Max

The Matrix (1999)

The Matrix 88% 73% 8.7/10 Genre Sci-Fi, Action Stars Keanu Reeves, Laurence Fishburne, Carrie-Anne Moss, Hugo Weaving, Joe Pantoliano Directed by The Wachowskis r 136m There is a fourth Matrix film coming to HBO Max and theaters at the end of this year, but the original movie is still in a class by itself. The Matrix came out of nowhere in 1999 and quickly revolutionized sci-fi action with its slick direction and compelling story. Keanu Reeves stars as Neo, a hacker who is haunted by a singular question: “What is the Matrix?” Trinity (Carrie-Anne Moss) and her boss, Morpheus (Laurence Fishburne), hold the answers, but Neo is completely unprepared for the truth. And as he adjusts to his new reality, Neo is threatened by the ruthless Agent Smith (Hugo Weaving) and an enemy much closer than he realizes. >watch on HBO Max

Let Him Go (2020)

Let Him Go 84% 63% 6.7/10 Genre Drama Stars Diane Lane, Kevin Costner, Lesley Manville, Will Brittain, Jeffrey Donovan Directed by Thomas Bezucha r 114m After starring as Superman’s parents in Man of Steel, Diane Lane and Kevin Costner reunited in Let Him Go. Within the film, Margaret (Lane) and her husband, George Blackledge (Costner), are the grieving parents of their adult son, James (Ryan Bruce). When James’ widow, Lorna (Kayli Carter), remarries and abruptly moves away with her child without saying goodbye, Margaret realizes that Lorna’s new husband, Donnie (Will Brittain), is abusive. But when George and Margaret finally catch up to Donnie and Lorna, they soon find that the danger is even greater than they thought. >watch on HBO Max

Reservoir Dogs (1992)

Reservoir Dogs 92% 79% 8.3/10 Genre Crime Stars Harvey Keitel, Tim Roth, Chris Penn, Steve Buscemi, Lawrence Tierney, Michael Madsen Directed by Quentin Tarantino r 99m Quentin Tarantino recently said that he briefly considered doing a remake of his directorial debut, Reservoir Dogs, as his tenth and final film. A remake is not going to happen, and that’s a good thing, because this is a classic. Crime boss Joe Cabot (Lawrence Tierney) puts together a motley crew to pull off a heist, including Mr. White (Harvey Keitel), Mr. Orange (Tim Roth), Mr. Pink (Steve Buscemi), and the psychotic Mr. Blonde (Michael Madsen). However, one of their numbers is an undercover cop who is in way over his head. Getting out alive may not be an option, once the heist goes bad and the bodies pile up. >watch on HBO Max

Planet of the Apes (1968)

Planet of the Apes 86% 79% 8.0/10 Genre Sci-fi Stars Charlton Heston, Roddy McDowall, Maurice Evans, Kim Hunter, James Whitmore Directed by Franklin J. Schaffner r 112m A decade before Star Wars dominated the sci-fi realm, 20th Century Fox’s Planet of the Apes kicked off a franchise of its own. Astronaut George Taylor (Charlton Heston) and his crew crash on a world where humans are mute slaves and talking apes are ascendant. While scientists Cornelius (Roddy McDowall) and Zira (Kim Hunter) are sympathetic toward Taylor, Dr. Zaius (Maurice Evans) and other ape extremists will go to any lengths to silence Taylor and suppress the evidence that men once ruled the world. The iconic ending is still a Twilight Zone-level twist that has been endlessly imitated, but it still works. >watch on HBO Max

Eve’s Bayou (1997)

Eve’s Bayou 82% 78% 7.3/10 Genre Drama Stars Samuel L. Jackson, Jurnee Smollett, Lynn Whitfield, Debbi Morgan, Vondie Curtis-Hall Directed by Kasi Lemmons r 109m There are a lot of supernatural overtones to Eve’s Bayou, but it doesn’t overpower the emotional impact of this period drama. In one of her breakout roles, Jurnee Smollett stars as Eve Batiste, a 10-year-old girl whose psychic gift emerges during one tumultuous summer in the ‘60s. While Eve’s parents, Louis (Samuel L. Jackson) and Roz Batiste (Lynn Whitfield), seemingly have a happy marriage, even Eve begins to see through the cracks when she witnesses Louis’s infidelity. Eve’s older sister, Cisely (Meagan Good), also accuses her father of an unforgivable crime. And in Eve’s quest for justice and vengeance, she goes too far to discover what really happened. >watch on HBO Max

Gandhi (1982)

Gandhi 85% 79% 8.0/10 Genre Drama Stars Ben Kingsley, Candice Bergen, Edward Fox, John Gielgud, Trevor Howard Directed by Richard Attenborough pg 191m Gandhi won several Academy Awards, including Best Picture, for its accurate and compelling take on the life of Mahatma Gandhi (Ben Kingsley). As a young man, Gandhi realizes that Indians are treated as less than full citizens within the British empire. In response, Gandhi organizes a nonviolent resistance movement that eventually helps India win its independence. But not even Gandhi can unite all religious extremists behind a single cause, and the resulting strife leads to tragedy for Gandhi himself. >watch on HBO Max

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