10 Best Movies On Hulu Right Now (November 2023)

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Welcome, Hulu enthusiasts! Through this list, we are diving into the world of Hulu, curating a collection of must-watch films that are making waves on the streaming platform right now. This isn’t your typical roundup – we are shining a spotlight on Hulu originals, recent additions, and, of course, our personal favorites. Get ready for a cinematic adventure tailored for the here and now. 

1) Before the Devil Knows You’re Dead

IMDb Rating – 7.3

The director, known for timeless American classics like 12 Angry Men and Dog Day Afternoon, wrapped up his career with a powerful thriller. Featuring standout performances from Ethan Hawke, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Marisa Tomei, and Albert Finney at their best, this intense film is a chronological puzzle that would impress even Chris Nolan with its structure. It’s undeniably one of the top films from the 2000s.


  • Philip Seymour Hoffman as Andy Hanson
  • Ethan Hawke as Hank Hanson
  • Marisa Tomei as Gina Hanson
  • Albert Finney as Charles Hanson
  • Rosemary Harris as Nanette Hanson
  • Aleksa Palladino as Chris Hanson

Director: Sidney Lumet

Release Date: 2007
Runtime: 1h 57m

2) Broker 

IMDb Rating – 7.1

A skilled Japanese director makes a touching drama in Korea, featuring Song Kang-ho from Parasite. He acts as one part of a team that picks up babies left at churches and sells them to orphanages. Things go wrong when a mom comes back, searching for her child. Kore-eda creates movies that make us think about what family really means, and Broker is one of his finest.


  • Song Kang-ho as Ha Sang-hyun
  • Gang Dong-won as Dong-soo
  • Bae Doona as Su-jin
  • Lee Ji-eun (credited as Ji-eun Lee) as Moon So-young
  • Lee Joo-young as Detective Lee
  • Seung-soo Im as Hae-jin
  • Park Ji-yong as Woo-sung
  • Kim Sun-young as Orphanage Director’s Wife
  • Lee Moo-saeng as Sun-ho
  • Lee Dong-hwi as Mr. Song
  • Sae-byeok Kim (credited as Kim Sae-Byuk) as Mr. Song’s Wife
  • Hyeon-jin Baek as Detective Choi

Director: Hirokazu Kore-eda

Release Date: 2022
Runtime: 2h 9m

3) Nomadland 

IMDb Rating – 7.3

This 2020 drama won big at the Oscars for Best Picture, Best Director, and Best Actress. It’s a touching movie and one of the best of the new decade. You can catch it exclusively on Hulu, thanks to Hulu’s connection with Fox Searchlight (both owned by Disney). Frances McDormand plays Fern, a woman dealing with the loss of her husband and job, leading her on a journey. Mixing real people sharing their own stories with strong character development, it’s a truly outstanding film.


  • Frances McDormand as Fern
  • David Strathairn as Dave
  • Linda May as Linda
  • Swankie as Swankie

Director: Chloe Zhao

Release Date: 2020
Runtime: 1h 48m

4) Fire of Love

IMDb Rating – 7.6

This amazing film got nominated for Best Documentary at this year’s Academy Awards for a good reason. Fire of Love introduces us to Maurice and Katia Krafft, French scientists who broke the mold from the 1970s to the early 1990s. The director, Sara Dosa, adds a cool mix of the Kraffts’ footage, animations, music, and editing. However, what makes Fire of Love special is the interesting love story between Maurice and Katia, who were married, and the explosive volcanoes that drew them in. 


  • Katia Krafft as herself (archive footage)
  • Maurice Krafft as himself (archive footage)
  • Miranda July as the narrator (voice)
  • Alka Balbir as Katia Conrad Krafft (voice)
  • Guillaume Tremblay as Maurice Krafft (voice)

Director – Sara Dosa

Release Date – 2022

Runtime – 1h 34m

5) Sophie’s Choice

IMDb Rating – 7.5

Meryl Streep clinched her second Oscar in this poignant adaptation of William Styron’s novel. While the unforgettable scene referenced in the title lingers in memory, the movie transcends that challenging decision. It delves into the aftermath of war and trauma, making it as much about their impact as the events themselves. 


  • Meryl Streep as Sophie Zawistowski
  • Kevin Kline as Nathan Landau
  • Peter MacNicol as Stingo
  • Rita Karin as Yetta
  • Stephen D. Newman as Larry
  • Greta Turken as Aunt Eva
  • Josh Mostel as Morris Fink
  • Marcell Rosenblatt as Astrid Weinstein

Director: Alan J. Pakula

Release Date: 1982
Runtime: 2h 30m

6) Pig 

IMDb Rating – 6.9

Nicolas Cage shines in this 2021 drama as a chef who lives alone in the woods with his pet pig. When the pig is taken, Cage goes on a determined journey to bring her back. “Pig” is a touching exploration of what truly matters to us. It was one of the standout films of 2021, and you can watch it only on Hulu.


  • Nicolas Cage as Rob
  • Alex Wolff as Amir
  • Adam Arkin as Darius
  • Cassandra Violet as Young Woman
  • Julia Bray as Diner Waitress
  • Elijah Ungvary as Young Man
  • Brian Sutherland as Derek
  • David Knell as Man in Car
  • Brendan Miller as Danny
  • Swati Tyagi as Anita

Director: Michael Sarnoski

Release Date: 2021
Runtime: 1h 32m

7) Bad Axe

IMDb Rating – 7.6

This heartwarming documentary follows a Michigan family during and after the pandemic, making it one of the most touching films about the 2020s so far. The Siev family runs a restaurant, and the pandemic restrictions put it at risk. Then, community divisions emerged during the Black Lives Matter movement that summer. “Bad Axe” is an incredible piece of filmmaking that you might have missed.


  • Skyler Janssen as themselves
  • Michael Meinhold as themselves
  • Chun Siev as themselves
  • Jaclyn Siev as themselves
  • Rachel Siev as themselves
  • Raquel Siev as themselves
  • Austin Turmell as themselves

Director: David Siev

Release Date: 2022
Runtime: 1h 42m

8) The Banshees of Inishirin 

IMDb Rating – 7.7

This movie from 2022, which got several Oscar nods last year, is now available on streaming platforms. Colin Farrell stars as an Irish guy who finds out his best friend, played by Brendan Gleeson, doesn’t want to talk to him anymore. It’s a dark comedy about how neighbors can turn into enemies, and it feels especially relevant in today’s divided world. The film is fantastic, funny, and touching, and Colin Farrell delivers one of his best performances.


  • Colin Farrell as Pádraic Súilleabháin
  • Brendan Gleeson as Colm Doherty
  • Kerry Condon as Siobhán Súilleabháin
  • Pat Shortt as Jonjo Devine
  • Gary Lydon as Peadar Kearney
  • Jon Kenny as Gerry
  • Barry Keoghan as Dominic Kearney
  • Sheila Flitton as Mrs. McCormick

Director: Martin McDonagh

Release Date: 2022
Runtime: 1h 54m

9) Dazed and Confused 

IMDb Rating – 7.6

Richard Linklater’s comedy about high school life is nearly thirty years old! The tale of the last day of high school in 1976 is still just as funny and heartwarming. The fantastic cast, including future stars like Ben Affleck, Milla Jovovich, Parker Posey, Joey Lauren Adams, and Matthew McConaughey, brings so much humor and charm. It’s really hilarious and kind of flawless.


  • Jason London as Randall “Pink” Floyd
  • Wiley Wiggins as Mitch Kramer
  • Matthew McConaughey as David Wooderson
  • Ben Affleck as Fred O’Bannion
  • Parker Posey as Darla Marks
  • Milla Jovovich as Michelle Burroughs
  • Joey Lauren Adams as Simone Kerr
  • Adam Goldberg as Mike Newhouse
  • Anthony Rapp as Tony Olson
  • Rory Cochrane as Ron Slater

Director: Richard Linklater

Release Date: 1993
Runtime: 1h 42m

10) The Death of Stalin

IMDb Rating – 7.2

Armando Iannucci, the person who made Veep and The Thick of It, wrote and directed this really dark and funny movie about the fight for power after Joseph Stalin died in 1953. It’s more nervously unsettling than super funny, but Iannucci’s way of doing things fits great with his awesome cast, which includes Steve Buscemi, Paddy Considine, Jason Isaacs, Rupert Friend, Michael Palin, and Andrea Riseborough.


  • Steve Buscemi as Nikita Khrushchev
  • Simon Russell Beale as Lavrentiy Beria
  • Paddy Considine as Comrade Andreyev
  • Rupert Friend as Vasily Stalin
  • Jason Isaacs as Georgy Zhukov
  • Michael Palin as Vyacheslav Molotov
  • Andrea Riseborough as Svetlana Stalina
  • Jeffrey Tambor as Georgy Malenkov

Director: Armando Iannucci

Year: 2017
Runtime: 1h 47m

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