2023 is an exciting year for crime movies, which is why we're ranking them from best to worst using votes from fans like you. From Hollywood blockbuster hits to smaller independent productions, the genre continues to captivate audiences with its thrilling plotlines and intense characters. Explore the seedy underbelly of cities or hang on for a thrilling action-crime film, there's something on this list for everyone. We are expecting a variety of different stories that explore themes such as revenge, justice, loyalty, ambition, and human frailty. So get ready to experience some nail-biting and suspenseful crime movies this year.
Vote up all your favorite crime movies and vote down the ones you think others should skip despite being fans of the genre. Check back for upcoming and new crime movies as they are released and added to the list. Also, look for the Netflix, Hulu, HBO Max, Amazon Prime, Paramount+, and Apple TV+ buttons under each film to stream them right away.
While The Price We Pay may be more of a horror film, it kicks off with a pawn shop robbery gone wrong. We get to see these criminals interact with one another as they stumble onto a criminal far more demented and horrifying than themselves.
It all begins with a missing burlesque dancer and now it's up to Mouse (Hayley Law) to go down the rabbit hole and find out what's happening in her city. Door Mouse is a stylized crime thriller that will have you on the edge of your seat until the credits roll.
This dramatic fantasy film centers around a young girl, Blaze (Julia Savage), as she uses her imagination to cope with witnessing a violent crime. The movie serves as Del Kathryn Barton's directorial debut and The Mentalist fans will be delighted to see Simon Baker in a starring role.
“A good cop doesn't sleep well, so everyone else can.” Bruce Willis reprises his role, once again, in this third installment of the Detective Knight trilogy. Be sure to catch this one if you're a fan of the franchise, but it's also not a bad place to start if you missed the first two films.