2023 is a great year for drama movies, with some highly anticipated releases from A-list directors and actors. There's something for everyone on the list, and we've ranked them from best to worst using votes from fans like you. Whether it's a legal drama or a family drama exploring the relationship between parents and children, there will be no shortage of gripping stories told on the big screen and streaming services in 2023.
Vote up all the drama films that you watched and would recommend. You should also vote down the ones that you've seen and think others should skip despite being fans of dramas. Be sure to check back for upcoming and new drama movies once they are added to the list after being released. Don't forget to look for the HBO Max, Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime, Apple TV+, and Paramount+ buttons below each film to stream them right away.
Hugh Jackman and Laura Dern team up as separated parents of their teenage son. The drama comes from Jackman realizing the damage he's done by not being there for his son's younger years and attempting to make up for it in the present.
When You Finish Saving the World takes the hyperbole of its title and applies it to each character's perception of the other as Julianne Moore and Finn Wolfhard play a mother and son who just can't seem to see eye-to-eye.
Gillian Jacobs has a chance to reunite with Community co-star Joel McHale in this road trip odyssey film that's helmed by 8 different directors. Each vignette shows us a different side of the eponymous Jane.
Rama is a pregnant novelist attending the trial of a woman who is accused of allowing her child to perish on a beach. Rama hopes to use the trial to create a literary retelling of Medea in this tense French legal drama.
This Spanish-Italian drama pits progress against tradition as a family must decide whether or not to install solar panels in a peach orchard and forsake their heritage in the face of an ever-changing world.
After his son's dog goes missing, a father (Rob Lowe) and son will travel the Appalachian Trail, test their bond, and bring home the four-legged member of their family. Look for this family-friendly drama on Netflix.