My Top Ten Nicole Kidman Movies

Happy 51st Birthday To Nicole Kidman.

I used to find Nicole Kidman annoying. I have no idea why… Maybe the Tom Cruise connection didn’t help. Anyway, she’s grown on me in recent years and I did think she was really good in Big Little Lies. And, wow, I’ve seen quite a lot of her movies so I don’t find her so annoying that I avoid her. She’s a good actress.

So counting down to my favorite and including everything I’ve seen, these are My Top Ten Nicole Kidman Movies. I only really like the top four…

The Rest That I’ve Seen:

24. Happy Feet
23. The Invasion
22. Batman Forever
21. The Stepford Wives
20. Bewitched
19. Cold Mountain
18. Far And Away
17. Just Go With It
16. The Beguiled
15. The Peacemaker (Don’t really remember this)
14. Eyes Wide Shut
13. Dead Calm
12. My Life (Could do with re-watching)
11. The Golden Compass

Top Ten:

10. The Hours

9. Days Of Thunder

8. Moulin Rouge!

7. Lion

6. Stoker

5. Dogville

4. Practical Magic

3. The Others

2. To Die For

1. Malice (Sorry! Guilty pleasure. I always really liked this movie.)

Some I’ve Not Seen:

BMX Bandits (I totally want to see this), Flirting, Billy Bathgate, The Portrait Of A Lady, Birthday Girl, The Human Stain, Birth, The Interpreter (Actually, I think I did see this but don’t remember it), Margot At The Wedding, Australia, Nine, Rabbit Hole, The Paperboy, Before I Go To Sleep, Paddington, Secret In Their Eyes, The Killing Of A Sacred Deer

Also:

Panic Room (Uncredited so I’ve not included it in the Top Ten. Panic Room is good – I’d put it at number 4)

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6 thoughts on “My Top Ten Nicole Kidman Movies

  1. uve never seen Paddington??? Im shocked Mutant!

    Not a big fan of most of her films. You should rewatch My Life, even if it isn’t the easiest film to watch

  2. I really dug her work in Dead Calm, and The Killing of a Sacred Deer. Birth was an odd movie but I still dug it. Stoker is one I need to rewatch. Glad you have To Die For in this as that is my favorite movie she’s done. I love watching that flick

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