Here Are the Top 50 Nicole Kidman Films and TV Shows You Need to Watch

Without a doubt, Nicole Kidman is one of the most gifted actors to ever work in Hollywood, and she has won more than a hundred awards to prove it.

The Academy Award winner has not only starred in blockbuster hits like Moulin Rouge and Batman Forever, but she has also demonstrated her impressive versatility by making appearances in genres as diverse as romantic comedies, psychological thrillers, political dramas, and science fiction adventures. In addition, she will be featured in the upcoming Aquaman spinoff film Expats, which will premiere on Amazon Prime.

In celebration of her nearly 40-year career, we'll be looking at 50 of Nicole Kidman's finest film and television performances, such as those in Being the Ricardos, Big Little Lies, and many others.

  • Mel Gibson, Michael Shannon, Luke Evans, and Regina Hall are also featured.
  • Classification: TV-MA

This Hulu miniseries, based on Liane Moriarty's novel of the same name, follows a group of nine total strangers as they embark on a ten-day health and wellness retreat. But there ends up being more than meets the eye with their resort and their mysterious host, Masha. Evidently, Kidman is the show-stopper, stealing nearly every scene she's in.

  • The cast includes Reese Witherspoon, Shailene Woodley, Laura Dern, and Zo Kravitz.
  • TV-14 Rating

Most people think those who make their home in Monterey, California, are living the good life. In reality, however, there are deep divisions, rumors, and hidden agendas. A murder investigation in Big Little Lies involves a group of middle- and upper-class mothers. Plenty of social commentary (on parenting and marriage in particular) can be found in the show.

  • Meryl Streep, James Corden, and Keegan-Michael Key are in the cast.
  • We give this a PG-13 rating.

An Indiana teen gets in trouble for bringing her girlfriend to the school's big dance in Ryan Murphy's star-studded musical comedy, which became an instant hit upon its release and topped the Netflix charts for days. In the meantime, three struggling Broadway stars think they can redeem themselves by using her story.

  • Aaron Eckhart, Dianne Wiest, Miles Teller, and Tammy Blanchard star in this.
  • Grade Level: 13+

Becca Corbett (Kidman) and Howie Corbett (Eckhart) are a married couple whose lives are turned upside down after the unexpected death of their 4-year-old son. Kidman's nuanced performance, which earned her a nomination for Best Actress at the Academy Awards, elevates what is already a powerful exploration of the varied ways in which loss can affect people to an entirely new level.

  • Participating actors: Lucas Hedges, Joel Edgerton, and Joe Alwyn
  • Rating: R

The son of a Baptist preacher, Jared Eamons, is "outed" as gay by a classmate and is subsequently forced to enroll in a gay conversion program in this touching biographical drama based on the memoir of Garrard Conley. The critically lauded biopic features excellent work from its entire cast and deals with weighty topics like suicide and personal discovery.

  • A stellar cast including Meryl Streep, Julianne Moore, Ed Harris, and Claire Danes
  • The film received a PG-13 rating.

Virginia Woolf's novel Mrs. Dalloway, published in 1925, follows the intertwined destinies of three women. Dalloway Wolf is a talented writer struggling with depression in 1920s England, and Kidman gives a stellar performance as her. At the same time, Moore portrays a 1950s California housewife who is pregnant and unhappy in her marriage, while Streep plays a modern-day New York literary editor attempting to aid a close friend. (Interesting fact: Nicole Kidman won her first Oscar for Best Actress for this film. )

  • Joaquin Phoenix and Matt Dillon star in this.
  • Rating: R

It's not meant as a slight to the incredible Meg Ryan, but if she hadn't turned down this role, we wouldn't have gotten to witness Kidman's masterful manipulation of the audience. Kidman plays Suzanne Stone, a wannabe broadcast journalist who will do whatever it takes to succeed, even if it means hurting others, in the film To Die For.

  • Roles played by Noah Taylor, Thandie Newton, and Naomi Watts
  • Rating: R

Seventeen-year-old Danny falls in love with a girl named Thandie at their boarding school's football game. However, as they actively pursue a romantic connection, they encounter obstruction and restrictive norms. In this coming-of-age story about Thandie, played by Thandie herself, Kidman plays a supporting role as a classmate.

  • Included in the cast are Alexander Skarsgard, Claes Bang, and Anya Taylor-Joy.
  • Rating: R

Skarsgrd plays Amleth, a Viking warrior and prince out to exact revenge for the death of his father. Meanwhile, Kidman portrays Queen Gudrn, Amleth's mother who is abducted by his villainous uncle. This epic is nonstop excitement from start to finish.

  • Included in the cast are Dev Patel, Rooney Mara, and David Wenham.
  • Grade Level: 13+

A young Indian boy named Saroo is adopted by an Australian family after he becomes lost on a train and travels hundreds of miles away from his home. Twenty years later, he decides to try to track down his family despite the fact that he has very few recollections of any of them. The Best Picture nominee was one of the many accolades for this emotionally engaging film, which also became one of Australia's highest-grossing films ever.

  • Colin Farrell, Barry Keoghan, Raffey Cassidy, Sunny Suljic, and Alicia Silverstone are the actors cast in this film.
  • Rating: R

"Dr." Farrell is the title held by Steven Murphy, a renowned heart surgeon, takes in Martin, a seemingly harmless teenager, but ends up with more than he bargained for. Even though Nicole Kidman is fantastic as the doctor's wife, it is Barry Keoghan, as the charming but odd young boy, who steals the show in this psychological horror.

  • Hugh Grant, Edgar Ramirez, Noah Jupe, and Lily Rabe are in this.
  • Classification: TV-MA

Add this to your queue if you enjoy a good "whodunnit?" plot. The HBO drama follows successful therapist Grace Fraser as her life falls apart after her husband is accused of murdering a young woman. (For your information, Kidman also provides vocals for the miniseries' theme song. )

  • Roles played by Fionnula Flanagan, Christopher Eccleston, Elaine Cassidy, and Eric Sykes
  • It's a PG-13 film, so parental discretion is advised.

Grace, a religious mother, is trying to shield her two children from the supernatural dangers that threaten their home during World War II. The famous "I am your daughter" line and a few other references are easily recognizable to anyone who has seen Scary Movie 3.

  • With Colin Firth, Jeremy Irvine, and Stellan Skarsgard.
  • Rating: R

The protagonist of The Railway Man is a former British Army officer who was tortured in a Japanese labor camp during World War II and now suffers from psychological trauma as a result. He and his wife decide to confront one of his captors after learning that he is still alive and working as a tour guide.

  • Starring Sean Penn, Catherine Keener, and Jesper Christensen.
  • Warning for Younger Audiences (PG-13)

Kidman is outstanding in the lead role of U.S. N After overhearing plots to kill the President of the Republic of Matobo, the life of an interpreter becomes a living nightmare. The situation is made even worse because she is now a suspect in the ongoing investigation. (Oh, and did you know that this political thriller was filmed in the United Nations building for the first time?) )

  • Members of the cast include Jason Bateman, Christopher Walken, Maryann Plunkett, and Jason Butler Harner.
  • Rating: R

Offbeat performance artists Baxter and Annie Fang suddenly disappear, and it's up to their grown children to figure out if they're in danger or if it's all another elaborate hoax. The Fangs make your dysfunctional family look like a model of stability.

  • Lauren Bacall, Danny Huston, and Cameron Bright
  • Rating: R

Anna, ten years after her husband's death, plans to marry her long-term boyfriend. However, at the engagement party, she meets a boy who insists he is her late husband. At first she rejects him, but then she begins to reconsider after she learns how well-versed he is in her late husband's history.

  • Denholm Elliott, Hugo Weaving, Joy Smithers, etc.
  • Rating: NR

Kat Stanton meets a charming man named Arkie on her journey to find her father. She tries to leave for Australia, but the authorities discover the drugs Arkie planted in her luggage and he abandons her. Because of this, she is now incarcerated in the notorious Bangkok Hilton prison, where she faces the possibility of being executed for trafficking.

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  • Included in the cast are: Nicholas Eadie and Barry Otto
  • Rating: 16

Not only does this miniseries depict Australia's involvement in the Vietnam War, but it also analyzes the effects of the war on society, particularly on the Goddard family. Kidman is fantastic as the feisty anti-war activist Megan Goddard.

  • Performers include Ewan McGregor, John Leguizamo, and Jim Broadbent.
  • The film received a PG-13 rating.

The plot of this Oscar-winning musical drama places us in Paris in the 1890s, where a young writer named Christian falls in love with a cabaret actress named Satine. Due to the wealthy and jealous duke, a love triangle develops when the two begin an affair behind each other's backs. The catch A dangerous secret is being kept from both men by Satine.

  • Charlize Theron, Margot Robbie, and John Lithgow star in this.
  • Rating: R

Based on actual events, this drama follows three strong, driven women at Fox News as they attempt to bring their toxic and sexist boss, Roger Ailes, to justice. It'll make you laugh one minute and then make you angry the next, but the film ultimately poses some serious questions about sexism and misogyny in the workplace.

  • Aidan Quinn, Dianne Wiest, Stockard Channing, and Sandra Bullock play supporting roles.
  • Grade Level: 13+

Bullock and Kidman, respectively, portray Sally and Gillian Owens, two sisters who have perfected their witchcraft. Something always seems to go wrong in their romantic relationships, though. It turns out that every man they date is cursed in some mysterious way.

  • Starring both Jason Momoas, as well as Amber Heard and Patrick Wilson
  • Grade Level: 13+

Kidman made her second DC appearance as the Queen of Atlantis in Aquaman. The film chronicles the adventures of a hero who is half-human and half-Atlantean as he attempts to thwart his brother, King Orm, from destroying the surface world by seizing control of the water kingdoms.

  • Tom Cruise, Sydney Pollack, Marie Richardson, and Rade Serbedzija are among the cast members.
  • Rating: R

Cruise plays Dr. Ivan Ilyich Tsyshkin in this sexy film version of Arthur Schnitzler's novel Bill Harford, after discovering that his wife, Alice, almost cheated on him, goes on his own adventures, one of which involves a masked orgy. When it comes to money, this Stanley Kubrick film is the one that has made the most.

  • Starring Billy Zane and Sam Neill.

In this classic thriller, a couple grieving the loss of their child decide to spend some time apart on a boat. While there, they come across a boat that has been left for dead and rescue the lone survivor, only to learn that he is not who he seems to be. Kidman shines brightest in this tense thriller, which will keep you guessing right up until the final frame.

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  • Rating: R

Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz are a famous Hollywood couple in this 1952 sitcom about their struggles to balance work and personal life. What we have here is not so much an episode marathon of our favorite sitcom as it is As an alternative, this film provides a glimpse into the lives of those who worked behind the scenes to make this production a reality.

  • Performers include Will Ferrell, Shirley MacLaine, and Michael Caine.
  • Grade Level: 13+

When it comes to playing the famous nose-twitch enchantress, Kidman isn't Elizabeth Montgomery, but she does a fine job. To play Samantha in a new version of the classic TV show Bewitched, Isabel is cast in the film. Her co-star Jack thinks he can outshine her, but he has no idea that in addition to being an actress, Isabel is also a witch in real life.

  • Starring Kevin Hart, Bryan Cranston, Aja Naomi King, and Jahi Di'Allo Winston
  • TV-14 rating.

Hart plays a recently released convict who is hired to care for a quadriplegic billionaire in this feel-good remake of The Intouchables. His assistant was taken aback to see that he had become friendly with one of his clients after spending so much time with her.

  • Toby Kebbell, Tatiana Maslany, Scoot McNairy, Bradley Whitford, Sebastian Stan are among the cast.
  • Rating: R

After a disastrous undercover operation, detective Erin Bell is plagued by guilt and has a hard time moving on with her life. Nonetheless, whenever a new chance presents itself, she jumps at the chance to make amends and seek revenge.

  • With Hugh Bonneville, Sally Hawkins, Julie Walters, and Ben Whishaw in the cast.
  • Rating: PG

A young bear, whose home was destroyed by an earthquake, travels to England in search of a new one. Luckily for him, a kind family who call him "Paddington" adopts him. But all the while, a taxidermist working in a museum named Millicent notices and comes up with her own sinister scheme.

  • Included in the cast are Mia Wasikowska, Matthew Goode, and Dermot Mulroney.
  • Rating: R

After India Stoker's father passes away, her mysterious and previously unknown uncle suddenly moves in with her and her mother. However, India begins to suspect her "uncle" of sinister intent as time goes on. We warn you that there are some disturbing parts and that you will never guess how it ends.

  • Members of the cast include Shea Adams, Hugh Jackman, and Eddie Baroo.
  • The film received a PG-13 rating.

English aristocrat Lady Sarah Ashley inherits a vast cattle ranch in Australia at the outbreak of World War II. She fires the manager and reluctantly joins forces with a stockman in order to transport two thousand cattle across hundreds of miles to Darwin. Japanese forces will be bombing the area while they arrive.

  • Cast: Dr Haing S Cast: Ngor, Michael Keaton, Samantha Mathis, Gaby Hoffmann
  • Warning for Younger Audiences (PG-13)

The cheesy moments in My Life are balanced out by the profound questions it raises about the meaning of life and the difference you're making. Bob Jones, the protagonist of the film, is a successful businessman with a beautiful pregnant wife and imminent child. After finding out he has terminal cancer and won't be around to see his child born, he decides to start a video diary for the sake of his unborn child.

  • Hugh Jackman, Brittany Murphy, Elijah Wood, and Robin Williams also star.
  • Rating: PG

All around a cute little penguin named Mumble are other penguins singing to find love. It's a problem that Because of his inability to sing, he often feels alone. When Mumble is banished from Emperor Land, he meets and forms a close friendship with a group of people known as the Amigos, who encourage him to explore and ultimately embrace his natural talent for tap dancing. You can count on learning some important lessons about embracing oneself, maintaining one's independence, and resisting the peer pressure to conform.

  • Matthew McConaughey, Zac Efron, and David Oyelowo star.
  • Rating: R

In 1969, Ward Jansen, a reporter, returns to his hometown in Florida to write a story about a man on death row. He enlists his brother Jack and his coworker Yardley to aid him in his investigation, but finding the truth is no easy feat for any of them. On the other hand, Jack's feelings for Charlotte, the prisoner's fiancee, only serve to further complicate matters.

  • Members of the Ensemble: Tom Cruise, Daniel Gilliam
  • A Teenage Plus rating

Cruise and Kidman play an Irish immigrant couple who come to the United States in the 1890s in search of freedom and the American dream. Their hard work and sacrifice pay off, but then their savings are stolen, making them go through even more trouble before they can realize their goal. No one should be surprised by Cruise and Kidman's sizzling chemistry on screen, considering their real-life romance at the time.

  • With Ansel Elgort, Oakes Fegley, and Aneurin Barnard in the lead roles.
  • Rating: R

In New York City, Theodore Decker's mother is killed in a terrorist attack on the Metropolitan Museum of Art when he is only 13 years old. He is so devastated by his loss that he makes the fateful decision to steal a priceless painting called "The Goldfinch."

  • Val Kilmer, Tommy Lee Jones, and Jim Carrey star in this.
  • PG-13 is the recommended age range.

In this thrilling superhero film, Batman must battle not one but two villains. Starring Val Kilmer, the film follows Batman as he attempts to thwart Two-Face and the Riddler's plot to use a destructive mind-control device on the citizens of Gotham City. During this time, Batman's romantic relationship with psychologist Chase Meridian begins.

  • Elisabeth Moss, Holly Hunter, Peter Mullan, David Wenham, Thomas M. Wright
  • TV-MA (High School/College)

It's a compelling mystery drama, similar to Broadchurch and Mare of Easttown in style. The story follows Sydney police detective Robin Griffin as she looks into the disappearance of a pregnant 12-year-old girl. Kidman is fantastic as the controlling adoptive mother of Robin's kid.

  • Featuring Lauren Bacall, Paul Bettany, Chlo Sevigny, and Stellan Skarsgard.
  • Rating: R

Grace Mulligan is on the run from law enforcement, but the residents of a Colorado town called Dogville agree to shelter her in exchange for free labor. Because of this agreement, locals will continue to view her with suspicion and hostility, which will only fuel their growing hatred for her.

  • Included in the cast are Jennifer Jason Leigh, Jack Black, John Turturro, and CiarĂ¡n Hinds.
  • Rating: R

On the eve of her sister's wedding, Margot and her son surprise her, and the two siblings hope to make amends. That scheme, however, collapses under the weight of Margot's rejection of her sister's prospective spouse.

  • Jude Law, Renee Zellweger, and Eileen Atkins play lead roles.
  • Rating: R

The film is based on the best-selling novel by Charles Frazier and tells the story of a Confederate soldier who returns home to Cold Mountain, North Carolina after being wounded while serving his country. The seven-time Academy Award nominee for Best Picture features outstanding work from its lead actors as well as explorations of trauma and isolation.

  • The actors in the film are Anthony Hopkins, Ed Harris, and Gary Sinise.
  • Rating: R

Coleman Silk, a professor, is fired for using a racial slur and teams up with Nathan Zuckerman, another professor, to write a book about his experiences. But Nathan learns a disturbing truth about Coleman's past. The consequences of Coleman's affair with a younger woman could be devastating.

The 1990 film "Days of Thunder"

  • Tom Cruise, Robert Duvall, Randy Quaid, and Michael Rooker are all a part of the cast.
  • Grade Level: 13+

If you're curious, Days of Thunder was the first film collaboration between Kidman and Cruise after their divorce. The story follows Cole Trickle, a promising young open-wheel racer who is drafted into the NASCAR Winston Cup Series. As a result of his participation, however, he and a veteran racer end up in a heated rivalry. But in the meantime, Cole falls in love with Dr. Lewicki, Claire

  • Starring Clive Owen, David Strathairn, and Molly Parker
  • Rating: NR

Learn more about the love affair between Ernest Hemingway and one of the 20th century's most accomplished war correspondents, Martha Gellhorn. Kidman's performance was so compelling that it earned her nominations for the Emmy, the Golden Globe, and the Screen Actors Guild Award.

  • Included in the cast are: Colin Farrell, Kirsten Dunst, and Elle Fanning
  • Rating: R

Union soldier John McBurney is injured during the Civil War and finds sanctuary at a Virginia all-girls boarding school. His presence, however, will inevitably spark feelings of competition, jealousy, and even betrayal among the female students.

  • Starring Nicole Kidman and Robert Downey Jr. A. Burrell, T., Yulin, H.
  • Rating: R

Kidman plays Diane Arbus, a frustrated housewife and mother who also works as her husband's assistant, in this touching film. Her life and career, however, take a turn when she falls in love with her hypertrichosis-suffering new neighbor, Lionel. Fantastic chemistry, excellent prose, and interesting characters all contribute to making this a must-read.

  • John Ewart, John Howard, and Mark Spain play lead roles.
  • Rating: NR

As Helen, the lead of this Australian Christmas film, Kidman made her acting debut. In Bush Christmas, a struggling family enters their horse into an annual competition in an effort to win back their farm from foreclosure. The Thompson kids have to come to the rescue when their prized horse is stolen by two crooks.

  • The actors Parker Posey, Tim Roth, and Frank Langella.
  • Rating: NR

Grace Kelly's struggles to adapt to her new role as Princess of Monaco are chronicled in this biographical drama. Grace has been married to the prince for a while, but she is thinking about going back into show business despite the fact that he is not very encouraging of this idea.

  • Included in the cast are David Argue, John Ley, and Angelo D'Angelo.
  • Rating: 13

Two BMX bikers and their new pal find a box of walkie-talkies and decide to sell them for a profit. The single issue They are determined to retrieve the walkie-talkies, which belonged to a band of thieves planning to use them in a bank heist.

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