So here is the list of the Movies with Ryan Gosling on streaming platforms. We’ve decided to revisit Ryan Gosling in some successful movies available on streaming platforms after being amazed by his performance in Barbie. He stole every scene he appeared in and had the best moment in the film when he sang ‘I am Ken.’ Self-ironic, ironic, and humorous in every Barbie appearance, Ryan Gosling achieves all this without being arrogant. On the contrary, he manages to be the most relatable character. So, let’s see which movies he can be seen in right now on streaming platforms in Romania.
1. Blade Runner 2049 – The Bounty Hunter 2049 (2017)
A must-watch film, a sequel to a cult classic. A sci-fi crime movie starring Ryan Gosling as the lead, Blade Runner 2049 continues the iconic Blade Runner story. While the 1982 film was poorly received and Oscar-less, this sequel earned two awards for best cinematography and visual effects. Time proved the classic Blade Runner’s cinematic greatness, setting a high bar for this 2017 continuation. A significant challenge!
Surprisingly impressive, the 2017 sequel retains the enigmatic and intense atmosphere, suspense, and stellar performances. Ryan Gosling portrays the main character this time, alongside Harrison Ford, the central figure from the original Blade Runner.
Set 35 years after the events of the previous film, Blade Runner 2049 follows Ryan Gosling’s character, an officer in the Los Angeles Police Department. He must thwart the nefarious plans of Harrison Ford’s character to prevent the collapse of civilization. His investigation uncovers a secret that could plunge society into chaos.
The success of this Blade Runner sequel is largely attributed to director Denis Villeneuve’s vision (known for Sicario, Incendies). Anticipation is high for his 2021 film, Dune. Catch Blade Runner 2049 on Netflix, along with Blade Runner
2. The Gray Man (2022) – on NETFLIX
A gripping action film with a star-studded cast, delivering heart-stopping scenes. CIA agent Court Gentry (Ryan Gosling) aka Sierra Six, hunted globally by Lloyd Hansen (Chris Evans), a former CIA operative, on a relentless mission to eliminate him. With the help of agent Dani Miranda (Ana de Armas), Gentry fights for survival. Watch the intense trailer on NETFLIX.
3. The Big Short (2015) – returned on NETFLIX in June, also on HBO Max and Prime Video
Is it possible to make a funny, engaging film about the 2008-2009 financial crisis? Yes, it’s possible and it’s already been done. It’s The Big Short, a comedy-drama that explains complex financial concepts while entertaining you.
Adapted from a book, The Big Short features a stellar cast (Christian Bale, Steve Carell, Ryan Gosling, Brad Pitt, and many more, including Margot Robbie). Follow three parallel stories that eventually intersect, each centered around finance experts who predict the financial market collapse from the US housing crisis. Don’t miss it on HBO Max, Netflix, or Prime Video. We’ve made it a habit to revisit it periodically, always with the same delight.
4. Blue Valentine (2010) – On HBO Max
In English, it sounds better: Love conquers it all. This is exactly the hypothesis that the movie Blue Valentine doesn’t work on. Dean (Ryan Gosling) is a young painter married to Cindy (Michelle Williams), a nurse. They have a daughter together, Frankie.
Beyond the joy Frankie brings them, something is definitively fractured between the two. Despite being young, they are burdened with pre- and post-marriage resentments and negative emotional baggage. Dean lacks ambition, while Michelle wants more from the future. The film follows their drifting apart, paralleled with flashbacks from the beginning of their relationship, which explain their choices in retrospect.
It’s a sad movie, without existential despair. Rather, it falls into the category of: “This is life; we must be wise enough to take what we receive as it is.
5. The Notebook (2004): Movies with Ryan Gosling on streaming platforms
The Notebook is one of those romantic movies that will make you reminisce about first loves. It’s a timeless tale; Noah, a humble young man, and Allie, from a wealthy family, face obstacles to their love. Their enduring love tries to renew itself constantly but seems destined to fail each time.
A more romantic film than The Notebook is hard to find. You’ll cry, you’ll laugh, but the story is so powerful that if you’ve lost faith in love, it will help you rediscover it. Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams brilliantly portray the two lovers. See the iconic kissing scene.
The more you think about Ryan Gosling’s roles in these films, the more you’ll want to see him on screen. Unfortunately, he appears less frequently in movies nowadays.
If you want to see him in other films apart from the mentioned ones, you can find him in Crazy, Stupid, Love (2010) – on NETFLIX, First Man (2018) – on Amazon Prime Video, and Stay (2005) – on HBO Max.”
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