Did you like ‘Revenge & Punishment’? Here are 8 other western productions to discover on Netflix!

Netflix has released another critically and critically acclaimed title, “Revenge & Punishment”, starring Jonathan Majors (“Lovecraft Country”), Idris Elba (“The Suicide Squad”) and Regina King (“Watchmen”). as well as other leading actors and actresses.

The feature film was released on the streaming platform on November 3 and wowed viewers and pundits around the world, thanks to the conduct of Jeymes Samuel and a classic, emulating atmosphere – leaving us immersed in the familiar narrative. from beginning to end.

The plot follows Nat Love (Majors), a young man who discovers that his parents’ killer has escaped from prison. In an attempt to do justice and avenge their deaths, Love assembles a group of vigilantes to hunt down the villain and seek revenge.

In order not to leave you with a taste of “I want more,” CinePOP has put together a list of other Western productions that you must check out if you liked “Revenge & Punishment” – and better yet: all available on Netflix.

Check out our picks below and let us know which one is your favorite:


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Starring Hailee Steinfeld and Jeff Bridges (both Oscar nominees for their performances), the acclaimed remake of “Indomitable Bravery” revolves around a fourteen-year-old teenager who teams up with a drunken man to track down her father’s killer and avenge the family. The conflicting duo are not alone in their search and join a Texas ranger who is monitoring the bandit. Together, the trio venture into hostile territory to do justice to the Old West.

Considered one of Quentin Tarantino’s masterpieces, “Django Livre” is one of the must-have titles for Netflix users. The plot takes place in the southern United States and follows former slave Django, who forms an unexpected alliance with bounty hunter Schultz to hunt down the country’s most wanted criminals and save his wife from a farmer who obliges his slaves to participate in deadly competitions.

Inspired by real events, “The Return” is an immersive and visceral cinematic experience that captures one man’s epic adventure for survival and the extraordinary power of the human spirit. Awarding the Oscar for Best Actor to Leonardo DiCaprio, the revisionist western follows legendary explorer Hugh Glass, who is brutally attacked by a bear and left for dead by members of his own hunting team. In a struggle to survive, Glass resists unimaginable pain, as well as the betrayal of his confidant, played by Tom Hardy. Guided by the will and love of his family, Glass must go through a brutal winter in a relentless quest for survival and redemption.

Two brothers, an ex-convict and a divorced father, have lost the family farm in West Texas and decide to rob a bank to get back on their feet financially. However, they stumble upon a delegate who will do anything to capture them.

The acclaimed Netflix miniseries stars Jeff Daniels, Michelle Dockery and Jack O’Connell and revolves around an outlaw who terrorizes New Mexico in search of Roy Goode, his former partner turned deadly enemy. While Roy hides on Alice Fletcher’s ranch, Frank’s relentless search takes him to the small town of La Belle, whose population is made up entirely of women.

The entertaining, Oscar-nominated anthology film starts with the crazy minds of brothers Ethan and Joel Coen and deserves our attention for deconstructing certain aspects of the Western genre. Comprised of six segments, the production follows singing gunmen, colonizers, miners, hanged men, bounty hunters and all manner of characters from the Wild West, traveling from the deepest thought to the absurd. the most complete.

In “Reports of the World” in 1870, Captain Jefferson Kyle Kidd, a widower who fought in two wars, travels through Texas to deliver world news to people, although newspapers are becoming more and more accessible. He accepts an offer to take a 10-year-old girl, Johanna, with her family. Raised by the Kiowa tribe, she does not know her family and behaves hostile to the people around her, but ends up bonding with Kidd, forcing the two to face difficult choices for the future.

Starring Elba and Caleb McLoughlin, “Cowboy’s Soul” is also a recent original Netflix production that wowed audiences. In the storyline, a rebellious teenager moves in with his father for the summer and finds a home in a black cowboy community in Philadelphia, USA.

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