Top 10 War Movies on Netflix Right Now

war movies on netflix right now

Top 10 War Movies on Netflix Right Now – Netflix is loaded with great war flicks, from World War epics to intense modern conflicts, and today we’re gonna wade through it all to find the best of the best. Today we’re gonna take a look at the top 10 war movies on netflix right now. Let’s go ahead and get started.

10. Narvik

A band of Norwegian resistance fighters attempt to defy overwhelming odds in order to stop Germany from occupying their homeland.

Narvik is an intense portrayal of a lesser-known war story and showcases the resilience and bravery of the soldiers who fought against the backdrop of stunning arctic landscapes.

With its authentic depiction of historical events and powerful performances, Narvik is a highly entertaining watch for war movie fans. It can be found in almost every region on Netflix and is definitely worth checking out.

9. The Outpost

This film covers one of the bloodiest battles of the Afghan War, in which a small unit of U.S. soldiers stationed at Combat Outpost Keating, face relentless attacks from Taliban insurgents.

The Outpost is a raw, intense portrayal of modern warfare. It attempts to depict the intensity and split-second decision making of real-life battles and at times can be quite gripping.

Most of all though it aims to honor the bravery and sacrifice of those who serve while also offering a sobering look at the harsh realities of war. The Outpost is not in every region, but you can find it in the US, Australia, the Netherlands, Mexico, Brazil and more.

8. Beasts of No Nation

This film follows Agu, a young boy forced to become a child soldier in an African country torn apart by civil war. Beasts of No Nation is a fictional story based on the novel of the same name, and is directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga, director of No Time to Die and True Detective season 1.

It’s a haunting portrayal of the devastating impact of war on children, anchored by a strong performance from Idris Elba as the fearsome warlord. Beasts of No Nation is a brutal, yet powerful story about the loss of innocence and definitely a must-see Netflix film.

7. 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi

It recounts the true story of a security team during the 2012 Benghazi attack, as they risk their lives to defend an American diplomatic compound under siege by a group of militants. 13 Hours is directed by Michael Bay who’s known for his amazing action sequences, and you definitely find those here.

But it also humanizes the characters and shows the bravery and resilience of the men caught in the crossfire. 13 Hours is another movie that’s in a lot regions but not all. You can watch it in the UK, Germany, Australia, the Philippines, India, South Africa and more.

6. The Bombardment

The Bombardment, also known in some regions as The Shadow in My Eye. It follows the lives of civilians and soldiers in a war-torn Copenhagen during World War II, as they grapple with loss and survival amidst the chaos of an aerial bombardment.

The Bombardment weaves together multiple narratives in order to capture the full scope of war and its impact. It can be quite heart-wrenching to watch and shows the viewer up close and personal the many agonies and brutalities of war. Loaded with beautiful cinematography and great performances all around, The Bombardment is a powerful gem.

5. Mosul

In the heart of war-torn Mosul, an Iraqi SWAT team, led by a former police officer, battles to liberate their city from the grips of ISIS, forging a bond of brotherhood amidst the chaos. Mosul is a tribute to the real-life fighters who refused to give up their city despite an intense and sometimes overwhelming struggle.

It’s an American made film despite being Arabic-language and features some realistic action scenes making Mosul a visceral and thought-provoking look at the sacrifices made in the battle for freedom and justice.

4. The Forgotten Battle

Set during the waning days of World War II, this film follows the intertwined lives of Dutch civilians, German soldiers, and Allied forces as they try to survive during the brutal Battle of the Scheldt.

It’s a Dutch film that sheds light on the often-overlooked battle and also honors the historical role the Canadian Army played as crucial participants in the Allied efforts.

Through its strong character development and excellent story, The Forgotten Battle effectively captures the human cost of war, making for a powerful film that resonates long after the credits roll.

3. Hacksaw Ridge

It tells the true story of Desmond Doss, a conscientious objector who served as a medic during World War II without carrying a weapon.

As he faced the brutal Battle of Okinawa, Doss’s unwavering faith and extraordinary bravery helped him save the lives of 75 soldiers, earning him the Medal of Honor.

Hacksaw Ridge is a deeply moving film about one man’s unwavering commitment to his principles even in the chaos of war. Hacksaw Ridge is in some Netflix regions, but not all. You can find it in the US, Australia, Germany and a few more places.

2. The Siege of Jadotville

It tells the true story of Irish UN peacekeeping troops who found themselves besieged by Katangese forces led by French and Belgian mercenaries during the Congo Crisis in 1961.

Led by Commander Patrick Quinlan, the outnumbered and outgunned Irish soldiers bravely defended their position in a fierce battle that has become a symbol of courage and resilience.

The Siege of Jadotville shows the courage and tenacity of the Irish soldiers who faced overwhelming odds and sheds light on an often-overlooked chapter of military history.

1. All Quiet on the Western Front

It follows a group of young German soldiers during World War I as they face the harsh realities of war, questioning their beliefs and struggling to maintain their humanity in the chaos of the front lines.

This is an adaptation of the classic 1929 novel and is called an anti-war film due to its exploration of the profound impact war has on everyone involved. All Quiet on the Western Front is a brutal, yet powerful depiction of the horrors of war.

Stunning cinematography, outstanding performances and an unforgettable story all help to make it the very best war movie on Netflix.

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