Starting with Knives Out.

59 Best Mystery Movies and Thrillers That Will Keep You Guessing Until the Very End

©Lions Gate/Courtesy Everett Collection

The beauty of the best mystery movies is that they prey on our human instinct to look for answers to questions. It can feel maddening to not know what’s going to happen next, and yet we love it when a crime thriller is impossible to predict. Even better if the mystery movie has you on the edge of your seat until the very last second.

Whether it’s a vintage whodunit or a terrifying small-town psychological thriller, the best mystery movies never stop being fun. Trying to differentiate the bad from the good, guessing who’s lying or telling the truth, and attempting to solve a true crime thriller are all mental puzzles that are endlessly frustrating yet completely entertaining. We’re never not in the mood for more movies like Knives Out.

So with that in mind, we’ve compiled a list of the best mystery films you can stream tonight. What is the best mystery movie of all time? We may not be able to pick just one. From Alfred Hitchcock classics to Oscar-winning M. Night Shyamalan thriller twists, these picks span every genre. If you’re in the mood for funny comedy, try something light like The Lovebirds. Fans of horror movies and crime thrillers will be intrigued by Get Out and Seven. Meanwhile, those who prefer a moving drama might enjoy Arrival. No matter what kind of mystery movie you’re feeling, we’ve got you covered.


All products featured on Glamour are independently selected by our editors. However, when you buy something through our retail links, we may earn an affiliate commission.

  • KNIVES OUT best mystery movies

    ©Lions Gate/Courtesy Everett Collection

    Knives Out (2019)

    Combine a mysterious death with a multimillion-dollar inheritance, and drama is bound to ensue. This comedic take on the classic whodunit follows an extremely dysfunctional wealthy family vying for their share of patriarch Harlan Thrombey’s money. When an anonymous member of the family hires Detective Benoit Blanc (Daniel Craig) to figure out who’s responsible for the death of Harlan, things escalate even further in this thriller. Despite being relatively new, this is easily one of the best detective movies of all time, which is why a sequel was released in late 2022.

    Available to stream on Amazon Prime Video

  • Netflix

    Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery (2022)

    The follow-up to Knives Out features a whole new case for Detective Benoit Blanc to solve. This time the mystery revolves around a mysterious billionaire (Edward Norton) who gathers his closest friends—and enemies—for a weekend getaway on his private island. Janelle Monáe, Kathryn Hahn, Madelyn Cline, Dave Bautista, Kate Hudson, Leslie Odom Jr., and Jessica Henwick also star.

    Available to stream on Netflix

  • ©Columbia Pictures/Courtesy Everett Collection

    The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo (2011)

    Reporter Mikael Blomkvist (Daniel Craig) is hired by wealthy Swedish industrialist Henrik Vanger (Christopher Plummer) to solve the 40-year-old murder of Vanger’s niece. So Blomkvist joins forces with investigator Lisbeth Salander (Rooney Mara) to discover the truth. The David Fincher–directed crime thriller drama works because it stays true to the hit book series the movie is based on.

    Available to rent on Amazon Prime Video

  • Courtesy Everett Collection

    Before I Go to Sleep (2014)

    Christine Lucas (Nicole Kidman) is unable to remember her life due to amnesia brought on by a violent attack. Because of this, she wakes up every morning with no memories and has to remeet everyone she knows, including her husband. Before long she finds herself questioning everything about her past.

    Available to stream on Hulu

  • ©Paramount/Courtesy Everett Collection

    Kiss the Girls (1997)

    This neo-noir film is based on the James Patterson novel of the same name. It tells the story of forensic psychologist Dr. Alex Cross (Morgan Freeman), who is searching for a serial kidnapper after his niece Naomi (Gina Ravera) goes missing. And the woman who assists him on his hunt? A survivor who managed to escape the very man they’re pursuing.

    Available to rent on Amazon Prime Video

  • Courtesy Everett Collection

    The Girl on the Train (2016)

    Emily Blunt is mesmerizing as Rachel Watson, a struggling alcoholic reeling after the loss of her job and marriage. Instead of trying to move on, she rides in and out of Manhattan on a commuter train and spends her time obsessing over her ex-husband, Tom (Justin Theroux), and his new wife, Anna (Rebecca Ferguson). After Anna and Tom’s nanny, Megan (Haley Bennett) disappears, all eyes turn to Rachel because she was spotted in the vicinity. The problem is Rachel can’t remember anything.

    Available to rent on Amazon Prime Video

  • Courtesy of Drafthouse Films

    The Invitation (2015)

    A man returns to his former home—where his ex-wife now lives with her new husband—to attend a seemingly normal dinner party. Things take a dangerous turn, though, when he starts to question the true intentions of the event. Moral of the story: Don’t accept invites from your ex.

    Available to stream on Amazon Prime Video

  • ©Universal/Courtesy Everett Collection

    Get Out (2017)

    Jordan Peele’s layered horror film is a thought-provoking, deeply unsettling examination of race and the Black experience in America as photographer Chris Washington (Daniel Kaluuya) visits his white girlfriend’s family. We won’t spoil the end, but you’ve likely heard of the Sunken Place before.

    Available to rent on Amazon Prime Video

  • ©Paramount/Courtesy Everett Collection

    Arrival (2016)

    You know those movies that leave you questioning everything you watched long after the credits roll? Well, this is one. Amy Adams stars in this sci-fi thriller that received eight Academy Award nominations, including best picture, about humans trying to communicate with extraterrestrial visitors.

    Available to rent on Amazon Prime Video

  • ©Newmarket Releasing/Courtesy Everett Co / Everett Collection

    Donnie Darko (2001)

    This indie starts off with Donnie Darko (Jake Gyllenhaal) encountering a demonic-looking rabbit named Frank (James Duval). If that’s not weird enough, Frank then reveals to Donnie that the world will end in 28 days, and when Donnie returns home, he discovers that his room was demolished by a jet engine crash. Is this all in Donnie’s head? Or is the world really coming to an end?

    Available to stream on Amazon Prime Video

  • Summit Entertainment/courtesy Everett Collection

    Now You See Me (2013)

    A team of illusionists called the Four Horsemen are able to pull off near-impossible bank heists and often reward the lucky guests at their shows with some of the money. Now they must evade an FBI agent, an Interpol agent, and the former magician they’ve hired to help expose the Four Horsemen’s tricks.

    Available to rent on Amazon Prime Video

  • ©Paramount/Courtesy Everett Collection

    Primal Fear (1996)

    When a 19-year-old altar boy is accused of murdering a revered Catholic archbishop, defense attorney Martin Vail (Richard Gere) jumps at the chance to represent the young man. His client, Aaron Stamper (Edward Norton), seems innocent, but the case becomes even more complicated once Aaron’s secrets are revealed. 

    Available to rent on Amazon Prime Video

  • ©Warner Bros/Courtesy Everett Collection

    Prisoners (2013)

    When two girls go missing while on a walk, one of the fathers, Keller Dover (Hugh Jackman), becomes insistent that the owner of an RV parked on his street is responsible for the kidnappings. But when Detective Loki (Jake Gyllenhaal) finds no evidence linking the driver to the crime, Dover decides to take on the case himself.

    Available to stream on Netflix

  • ©Buena Vista Pictures/Courtesy Everett Collection

    Flightplan (2005)

    With a mind-bending plot, this movie is a trip (pun intended) from start to finish. Jodie Foster stars in the psychological film about a woman who boards an international plane with her young daughter…and then the girl mysteriously vanishes while they’re still in the air. That’s mysterious enough, but there’s also no evidence of her daughter on the flight plan. Is Foster’s character losing her mind? Or did something terrible happen?

    Available to rent on Amazon Prime Video

  • ©20thCentFox/Courtesy Everett Collection

    Gone Girl (2014)

    Based on Gillian Flynn’s novel of the same name, Gone Girl shows what can happen when a marriage goes very, very wrong. When Amy Dunne (Rosamund Pike) goes missing, her husband, Nick (Ben Affleck), looks increasingly guilty with each passing day. Was she kidnapped? Was she killed? Is he behind it? In the end, the truth turns out to be even more shocking than the theories.

    Available to rent on Amazon Prime Video

  • ELIZABETH KITCHENS

    Searching (2018)

    Searching has a unique format for a mystery movie—it’s told entirely through smartphones and shared computer screens. John Cho plays a father desperate to find his missing 16-year-old daughter. As he searches through her computer history and text messages, he discovers that he may not have known her as well as he thought.

    Available to stream on Starz

  • ©Newmarket Releasing/Courtesy Everett Collection

    Memento (2000)

    Memory loss seems to be a trend among mystery movies, Memento included. After a man’s wife is killed, he decides to track down the culprit. However, this proves to be a difficult task because, while his long-term memory is intact, he has short-term amnesia and can’t remember anything that happened in the prior 15 minutes.

    Available to rent on Amazon Prime Video

  • ©Walt Disney Co./Courtesy Everett Collection

    Unbreakable (2000)

    Written, produced, and directed by M. Night Shyamalan, Unbreakable follows security guard David Dunn (Bruce Willis), who survives a train crash with no injuries. Soon after, he meets comic book store owner Elijah Price (Samuel L. Jackson), who proposes an interesting theory: What if superheroes really do exist?

    Available to stream on Amazon Prime Video

  • ©20thCentFox/Courtesy Everett Collection

    Minority Report (2002)

    This Steven Spielberg–directed movie, set in the year 2054, stars Tom Cruise as the leader of a unit that arrests people for crimes before they even happen. But the real mystery begins when he finds himself accused of the future murder of a man he’s never met.

    Available to stream on Amazon Prime Video

  • ©Universal/Courtesy Everett Collection

    Mulholland Drive (2001)

    In this surreal film by David Lynch, a mysterious woman, played by Laura Elena Harring, finds herself wandering around Los Angeles after surviving a car crash that left her unable to remember anything. She meets Naomi Watts’s character, and the two work together to try to uncover the woman’s identity.

    Available to rent on Amazon Prime Video

  • Photo credit: Peter Mountain

    Annihilation (2018)

    Annihilation follows Natalie Portman, Tessa Thompson, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Gina Rodriguez, and Tuva Novotny as a group of scientists who agree to embark on a fact-finding mission inside a quarantined zone—called the Shimmer—caused by a mysterious alien presence. Almost as soon as they enter the Shimmer, strange things start happening.

    Available to stream on Paramount+

  • ©Weinstein Company/Courtesy Everett Collection

    The One I Love (2014)

    Elisabeth Moss plays a woman whose marriage is on the rocks in this romantic thriller. So she and her husband (Mark Duplass) embark on a weekend getaway to work on their relationship…only to find out the secluded escape is not as peaceful as they’d hoped.

    Available to stream on Amazon Prime Video

  • ©Touchstone Pictures/Courtesy Everett Collection

    The Prestige (2006)

    It’s all fun and games for rival magicians Robert Angier (Hugh Jackman) and Alfred Borden (Christian Bale) until Angier’s wife tragically dies during a botched performance. As their careers take off, Angier is pushed to the brink of insanity as he attempts to figure out how the other magician created a teleportation trick.

    Available to rent on Amazon Prime Video

  • ©Netflix/Courtesy Everett Collection

    The Lovebirds (2020)

    The Lovebirds is proof that thriller movies can be funny too. It’s also one of the best crime movies on Netflix. Jibran (Kumail Nanjiani) and Leilani (Issa Rae) are a couple on the verge of a breakup when they accidentally witness a murder. After they’re mistaken for the culprits, they go on the run and try to clear their name by solving the case themselves.

    Available to stream on Netflix

  • Courtesy Everett Collection

    In the Heat of the Night (1967)

    Sidney Poitier stars as Virgil Tibbs, a detective from Philadelphia who becomes involved in a Mississippi murder investigation in this critically acclaimed film. It won five Academy Awards, including best picture. In fact, the film is so culturally significant that the United States National Film Registry has preserved it in the Library of Congress.

    Available to stream on Amazon Prime Video

  • Courtesy Everett Collection

    Rear Window (1954)

    The premise of Rear Window is as enticing as it is scary. (Would you expect anything less from an Alfred Hitchcock film?) The story follows a photographer confined to a wheelchair who believes he witnessed a murder. So he spies on his neighbors in nearby apartments as he grows more and more convinced that a crime took place.

    Available to rent on Amazon Prime Video

  • ©Warner Bros/Courtesy Everett Collection

    Sherlock Holmes (2009)

    Set in 1890 London, this remake of the classic Sherlock Holmes character kicks off with the detective (Robert Downing Jr.) and his partner, Dr. John Watson (Jude Law), preventing the murder of a woman by villain Lord Henry Blackwood (Mark Strong). Despite their success, though, they realize Blackwood has an even bigger plot they must work to stop.

    Available to rent on Amazon Prime Video

  • ©Paramount/Courtesy Everett Collection

    Shutter Island (2010)

    Traveling to a psychiatric asylum on a remote island sounds like a terrible idea, but that’s exactly what U.S. Marshal Teddy Daniels (Leonardo DiCaprio) and his partner (Mark Ruffalo) do in this Martin Scorcese thriller. The two venture out to the ominous island to figure out how a murderous patient somehow managed to escape her locked room.

    Available to stream on HBO

  • ©New Line Cinema/Courtesy Everett Collection

    Seven (1995)

    This neo-noir psychological thriller is not for the faint of heart, though it is one of the best mystery movies on this list. Morgan Freeman and Brad Pitt play a pair of detectives investigating a serial killer who uses the seven deadly sins as a theme for his crimes. 

    Available to rent on Amazon Prime Video 

  • Open Road Films/courtesy Everett Collection

    Side Effects (2013)

    Common side effects of some medicines might include dizziness, headaches, or even nausea. But sleepwalking spells that result in deadly consequences? Side Effects follows Emily (Rooney Mara), a woman who was prescribed experimental drugs by a psychiatrist and claims she murdered her husband as a result. Jude Law is the psychiatrist who doesn’t believe her. Who’s telling the truth?

    Available to rent on Amazon Prime Video

  • ©Warner Bros/Courtesy Everett Collection

    The Pelican Brief (1993)

    After two Supreme Court justices are killed, a young law student named Darby (Julia Roberts) writes a legal brief detailing her theories about their deaths. Soon after, she survives an attack and realizes her predictions were correct, so she teams up with a reporter (Denzel Washington) to uncover the truth.

    Available to rent on Amazon Prime Video

  • ©Warner Bros/Courtesy Everett Collection

    Taking Lives (2004)

    A stealthy serial killer takes on his victims’ identities in order to travel undetected, and FBI agent Illeana Scott (Angelina Jolie) is on his tail in this crime thriller. Illeana joins up with an eyewitness to the killer’s crime and soon sparks fly between the two.

    Available to rent on Amazon Prime Video

  • ©Fox Searchlight/Courtesy Everett Collection

    True Story (2015)

    After disgraced New York Times journalist Michael Finkel (Jonah Hill) realizes that alleged killer Christian Longo (James Franco) has taken his identity, he starts an investigation that turns into a cat-and-mouse game. In an effort to redeem himself, Michael meets with the accused killer.

    Available to rent on Amazon Prime Video

  • Courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures

    Pokémon Detective Pikachu (2019)

    Yes, mystery movies that are family-friendly exist! A loose adaptation of the video game of the same name, Detective Pikachu finds the beloved Pokémon (voiced by Ryan Reynolds) and trainer Tim Goodman (Justice Smith) working together to investigate the mysterious disappearance of Goodman’s father.

    Available to rent on Amazon Prime Video

  • Everett Collection

    Where’d You Go, Bernadette (2019)

    Based on the popular novel of the same name, this comedy-mystery follows Bernadette (Cate Blanchett), an agoraphobic architect who disappears. When her husband and teen daughter set out on a quest to find her, the story explores what it means to sacrifice yourself for your family and how to find your way back home.

    Available to stream on Hulu

  • ©DreamWorks/Courtesy Everett Collection

    Collateral (2004)

    Jamie Foxx stars in this neo-noir film as Max, a cab driver who is taken hostage and forced to drive for a hit man played by Tom Cruise. What follows is a crazy night of fast-paced action and intrigue, all set in the streets of Los Angeles. 

    Available to stream on Amazon Prime Video

  • ©Paramount/Courtesy Everett Collection

    Zodiac (2007)

    The fact that Zodiac is based on the true—and unsolved—murders that terrorized the Bay Area in the 1960s and 1970s adds another layer of scary to this crime story. Investigators (Mark Ruffalo and Anthony Edwards) and journalists (Jake Gyllenhaal and Robert Downey Jr.) become consumed with trying to capture the killer after receiving multiple letters from him addressed to the San Francisco Chronicle. Murder mystery movies don’t get better than this.

    Available to rent on Amazon Prime Video

  • Kimberley French

    Bad Times at the El Royale (2018)

    The incredible lineup of stars alone makes Bad Times at the El Royale a fun watch—Jon Hamm, Cynthia Erivo, Chris Hemsworth, and Dakota Johnson are just a few of the big names you’ll see. And the story is intriguing too: A group of six strangers and one employee, each with their own complicated backstory, spend one fateful night at a hotel on the California-Nevada border.

    Available to rent on Amazon Prime Video

  • ©Paramount/Courtesy Everett Collection

    Clue (1985)

    How many movies have you seen based on a board game…that are actually good? (Clue, that’s the list.) The dark comedy puts strangers Colonel Mustard, Mrs. White, Mrs. Peacock, Mr. Green, Professor Plum, and Miss Scarlet together in a secluded New England mansion. The best, and groundbreaking, part is that there’s more than one ending. When it was first released in 1985, theaters showed one of three possible conclusions so the true ending remained elusive—how mysterious!

    Available to stream on Amazon Prime Video

  • Peter Iovino

    A Simple Favor (2018)

    When their sons become friends, Stephanie (Anna Kendrick) and Emily (Blake Lively) form a surprising bond—but then Emily suddenly disappears. As Stephanie, a widow, tries to find out what happened to her missing friend, she becomes increasingly close to the woman’s husband (Henry Golding).

    Available to stream on Amazon Prime Video

  • ©Buena Vista Pictures/courtesy Everet / Everett Collection

    The Sixth Sense (1999)

    With one of the most famous plot twists of all time, this movie will have you thinking about it long after it ends. When a boy realizes he can see ghosts, he seeks the help of a child psychologist to understand his supernatural abilities. What follows is nothing short of a mystery classic.

    Available to rent on Amazon Prime Video

  • Courtesy Everett Collection

    Psycho (1960)

    Once a classic, always a classic. There’s no way we could get through this list without including the Hitchcock psychological horror film about a woman who embezzles $40,000 and checks in to a motel while she’s on the run. There she meets a young man who is under the control of his mother, and…well, you can probably guess things don’t end well.

    Available to rent on Amazon Prime Video

  • ©Netflix/Courtesy Everett Collection

    Enola Holmes (2020)

    You’ve seen enough Sherlock Holmes stories—now it’s time to get to know his teen sister, Enola. One of the best mystery movies on Netflix, Enola Holmes stars Millie Bobby Brown in the title role as she travels to London to find her mother, who disappeared under mysterious circumstances. “What happens next is an adventure, a romp through Victorian London with a few smart twists and a delightful heroine,” Glamour contributor Elizabeth Logan wrote in her review.

    Available to stream on Netflix

  • Alex Bailey/Netflix © 2022

    Enola Holmes 2 (2022)

    Millie Bobby Brown returns as Enola Holmes in this charming and well-reviewed sequel, which finds the young detective on the case to find a missing match-factory worker.

    Available to stream on Netflix

  • ©Warner Bros/courtesy Everett Collection / Everett Collection

    Game Night (2018)

    This movie has it all: action, comedy, mystery, and a cast full of all your favorites. Jason Bateman, Rachel McAdams, Lamorne Morris, and more star as a group of friends whose game night turns into a real-life whodunnit. 

    Available to rent on Amazon Prime Video

  • NETFLIX

    Fear Street Trilogy (2021)

    Based on the R.L. Stine novels, this horror thriller is actually made up of three separate movies: Part One: 1994, Part Two: 1978, and Part Three: 1666. Through each, a group of teens work to uncover the mystery of their cursed town and why it’s come back to haunt them.

    Available to stream on Netflix

  • ©Warner Bros/Courtesy Everett Collection

    The Nice Guys (2016)

    Russell Crowe is a tough-guy private eye who prefers brass knuckles over conversation. Ryan Gosling is a down-on-his-luck private investigator and single dad. The two make a mismatched pair, but they must team up anyway to find a missing young woman and solve the somehow-connected murder of a popular porn star. 

    Available to rent on Amazon Prime Video

  • courtesy Everett Collection

    The Guest (2014)

    Dan Stevens leads this thriller—which happens to also be one of our favorite action movies—about a soldier who unexpectedly shows up at the house of the family whose son died in combat. He claims he’s there to fulfill a final promise he made to their son—but it soon becomes clear there’s a lot more to the story.

    Available to stream on Showtime

  • DreamWorks/Courtesy Everett Collection

    What Lies Beneath (2000)

    Michelle Pfeiffer stars opposite Harrison Ford in this thriller about a couple who may or may not be living in a haunted house. As the mystery surrounding their home starts to unravel, one thing becomes crystal clear: The marriage may not be as solid as they thought. 

    Available to rent on Amazon Prime Video

  • ©20th Century Studios/Courtesy Everett Collection

    Death on the Nile (2022)

    Gal Gadot, Rose Leslie, Letitia Wright, Annette Bening, and Russell Brand are just some of the famous faces who star in this big-screen adaptation of the 1937 Agatha Christie novel. The title says all you need to know about the plot: After a mysterious death happens on—you guessed it—the Nile, it’s up to famed detective Hercule Poirot to solve the case.

    Available to stream on Hulu

  • ©Focus Features/Courtesy Everett Collection

    Last Night in Soho (2021)

    When Eloise “Ellie” Turner (Thomasin McKenzie) starts having visions of a glamorous singer named Sandie (Anya Taylor-Joy), the aspiring fashion designer is inspired to change her own life. She dyes her hair blonde, updates her wardrobe, and even gets a job at a pub. Things soon take a dark turn, though, and Ellie finds she must uncover what really happened to Sandie. Bonus: Of all the suspense movies on this list, Last Night in Soho has the best soundtrack.

    Available to buy on Amazon Prime Video

  • ©Lions Gate/Courtesy Everett Collection

    Spiral (2021)

    Spiral may be a spin-off of the Saw film series, but the tone is much more like a classic detective procedural than the gruesome horror of the OG franchise. While critics were torn on this new direction, others preferred it. Our suggestion? Just forget the Saw connection altogether.

    Available to stream on Starz

  • ©Searchlight Pictures/Courtesy Everett Collection

    The Night House (2021)

    After her husband dies, grieving widow Beth (Rebecca Hall) starts experiencing strange, unexplainable events in her lakeside home. We’ll refrain from saying more—we don’t want to spoil the surprising twist.

    Available to buy on Amazon Prime Video.

  • ©Universal/Courtesy Everett Collection

    Nope (2022)

    Jordan Peele does it again with Nope, the latest thriller from the acclaimed director and one of the most highly anticipated movies of 2022. Here’s what Keke Palmer teased to Glamour in her cover story tied to the film’s release: “Human beings are intrigued by spectacles, even when they can be dangerous or even when they are emotionally in danger more so than physically. But spectacles are something that we’ve been dealing with all of humanity, whether we’re watching the gladiators, or we’re watching political scandals, or we’re on the latest gossip site, or we’re on the freeway rubbernecking because we saw a car accident happen back there. We expose ourselves to so many spectacles online that it can sometimes alter the way we think about things positively or negatively…. And this movie does it in a unique way that’s fun, exciting, and within the horror genre.”

    Available to stream on Peacock

  • ©Sony Pictures/Courtesy Everett Collection

    Where the Crawdads Sing (2022)

  • ©20th Century Studios/Courtesy Everett Collection

    Deep Water (2022)

    While this movie isn’t actually that good—in fact, the Rotten Tomatoes score is a low 37%—it is incredibly fun to watch. See the flood of hilarious memes and reactions that hit social media after people watched this sexy psychological thriller about a couple with what may be the worst open marriage of all time.

    Available to stream on Hulu

  • ©Sony Pictures/Courtesy Everett Collection

    The Kid Detective (2020)

    As a child, Abe (the effortlessly charming Adam Brody) was so good at solving small crimes around his hometown that he became known as the “kid detective.” By 32, however, he’s a burnt out and depressed private detective struggling to keep his business afloat. When a high school student hires him to help investigate the murder of her boyfriend, he sees an opportunity to reignite his career.

    Available to stream on Starz

  • Courtesy Everett Collection

    Decision to Leave (2022)

  • ©Focus Features/Courtesy Everett Collection

    Vengeance (2022)

    B.J. Novak makes his directorial debut in this clever satire about a journalist’s attempts to turn the death of his one-time hookup into a murder mystery podcast. Issa Rae, Dove Cameron, Boyd Holbrook, and Ashton Kutcher also star.

    Available to rent on Amazon Prime Video

Read More