With so many movies released all the time, it’s hard to sift the wheat from the chaff. It’s likely there are plenty of awesome movies you probably haven’t seen. Some of these movies have been around for a long time and you just never got around to watching them, while others slipped under the radar not getting the publicity they deserve. Either way, these best movies you haven’t seen deserve your attention and definitely should go on your watch list. From trippy science fiction to compelling dramas, we did our best to put together some of the best, but rest assured there are likely many, many more that could go on this list. Ready to watch your next favorite movie? Here are 25 Awesome Movies You Probably Haven’t Seen.
Starring Liam Neeson, this film is a brutal, wilderness survival story with a clever philosophical subtext. About oil workers whose plane crashes in the Alaskan wilderness, they fight to survive against the brutally low temperatures and ravenous wolves hunting them.
Westerns don’t usually get the love they once did in Hollywood, but every now and then, a true gem emerges and this film is definitely one of them. Grounded by fantastic performances from Ed Harris and Viggo Mortensen, this film follows two men hired to police a small town but things become complicated with the arrival of a young widow.
Despite being both intelligently written, politically relevant, and also weird and terrifying, pretty much no one saw this movie. A box office flop but a critically darling, this film is practically an instant cult classic.
Written and directed by Duncan Jones, this film is a cerebral science fiction about a man’s lonely life on the moon and his work getting resources back to Earth. Sam Rockwell gives a fantastic performance and the story has plenty of emotional twists and turns.
About a software programmer who is selected to work on a special, cutting-edge project in artificial intelligence, he discovers he walked down a dangerous rabbit hole he might not be able to get out of. Compelling, thought-provoking, and tense, this film should be on everyone’s watch list.