Best movies of Harrison Ford that you must watch
Harrison Ford is an American actor, director, writer and film producer who gained worldwide recognition for his role as Han Solo in the Star War film series. He is also highly acclaimed for his central role of Indiana Jones in the Indiana Jones film series. His career spans a period of six decades and includes multifarious versatile roles in several Hollywood blockbuster bioscopies. Here’s a list of the best movies of Harrison Ford to watch any given day.
Harrison Ford Upcoming Movies 2021 List: Harrison Ford New Movies & Next Films
1.Indiana Jones 5 – Harrison Ford New Movie
- Director: Steven Spielberg
- Cast: Preliminary cast remains undisclosed
- Release Date: 2020
Another sequel to the adventures of daredevil archaeologist Indiana Jones is in the making. The plot of the movie has not been revealed yet. Filming for the movie was expected to begin in April of 2019 in the United Kingdom but is most likely to be delayed.
2.The Secret Life of Pets 2 – Harrison Ford Upcoming Movie
- Director: Chris Renaud
- Cast: Patton Oswalt, Tiffany Haddish, Nick Kroll, Pete Holmes, Harrison Ford
- Release date: June 7th 2019
The Secret Life of Pets is an upcoming 3D computer animated film. The movie is being produced by Illumination Entertainment. The plot of the movie has not been revealed yet but it is speculated that the movie will be a sequel of The Secret Life of Pets. It will be released by Universal Pictures.
Top ten movies of Harrison Ford
1.Raiders of the Lost Ark
- Director: Steven Spielberg
- Cast: Harrison Ford, Paul Freeman, Karen Allen, Ronald Lacey, Wolf Kahler, Frank Marshall
- Release Date: 10th December 1981
Raiders of the Lost Ark is an action adventure film. In this epic tale, archeology professor Indiana Jones ventures out to seize a biblical artifact known as the ‘The Ark of the Covenant’. But he must first defeat a band of Nazis who are also after the relic as it is vital to their plans for world domination. Jones battles against a snake phobia and a vengeful ex-girlfriend and makes hair’s-breadth escapes at every turn in this innocent amalgamation of action and adventure.
2.6Days 7 Nights
- Director: Ivan Reitman
- Cast: Harrison Ford, Anne Heche, David Schwimmer, Cliff Curtis, Danny Trejo, Allison Janney
- Release Date: 12 June 1998
Magazine editor Robin Monroe is a career driven personnel in a leading company. She is on a week-long vacation getaway with her boyfriend, Frank Martin in the Pacific island of Makatea. A work assignment requires Robin to fly to Tahiti with the cantankerous pilot Quinn Harris whom she dislikes. But an emergency landing on a stranded island in the midst of a storm leave the lady and the pilot to sort their differences and survive their ordeal.
3.Blade Runner 2049
- Director: Denis Villeneuve
- Cast: Harrison Ford, Lennie James, Jared Leto, Ryan Gosling, Barkhad Abdi, Hiam Abbass
- Release Date: 6th October 2017
Blade Runner 2049 is a neo noir sci-fi film whose story centers on Officer K who is a new blade runner for the Los Angeles Police Department. He digs up a long-buried secret that has the potential to catapult what’s left of society into utter chaos. He soon ventures on a quest to find Rick Deckard who was a former Blade Runner. Rick went missing 30 years ago. The movie is a sumptuous saga that ventures to explore the primacy of feelings, the true nature of memories and the quintessence of being human.
- Director: Mike Nicholls
- Cast: Harrison Ford, J J Abrams, Rebecca Miller, Bill Nunns, Mikki Allen, Donald Moffat, Elizabeth Wilson.
- Release Date: 12th July 1991
Henry Turner is corporate lawyer who is unscrupulous and unprincipled. He will do whatever it takes to win a case. His family is treated with the same degrees of ruthlessness and coldness that he exercises in his professional life. As fate would have it, he gets caught in the middle of a robbery and is shot in the head. He finds himself afflicted with amnesia. As he tries to rediscover his identity and career with the help of his wife and daughter, he reveals a much kinder and more thoughtful personality, much to the surprise of his kith and kin.
- Director: Peter Weir
- Cast: Harrison Ford, Lucas Hass, Kelley McGilis, Josef Sommer, Ed Crowley
- Release Date: 8th February 1985
A young Amish boy, Samuel is the sole witness to a gruesome murder in Philadelphia which forces his mother Rachel to seek police protection from Officer John Book. Book soon reveals evidence of police corruption involving James McFee who is the narcotics lieutenant. He hence goes into hiding with Rachel and Samuel in the Amish countryside where Rachel grew up. There, he begins a cautious romance with Rachel amidst the danger that looms over them.
6.Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade
- Director: Steven Spielberg
- Cast: Harrison Ford, Sean Connery, Alison Doodey, Julian Glover, River Phoenix, John Rhys Davies.
- Release Date: 24th May 1989
The intrepid archaeologist and explorer Indiana Jones sets to rescue his father, a medievalist who has vanished while searching for the Holy Grail. He follows the clues from the old man’s notebook which leads him to Venice, where he enlists the help of a beautiful academic. Soon troubles find him as some of his sinister old enemies come out of the woodwork in the quest for the Grail.
- Director: Andrew Davies
- Cast: Harrison Ford, Tommy Lee Jones, Sela Ward, Andreas Katsulas, Julianne Moore.
- Release Date: August 6th 1993
Dr Richard Kimble is wrongfully charged with murdering his wife. Kimble the goes in pursuit of the real killer and wishes to clear his name. Kimble escapes from the prison to do so and is pursued by a team of U.S. marshals led by Deputy Samuel Gerard who are close at heels. Richard soon realizes that he cannot trust anybody. He stumbles upon the secrets behind his wife’s death and struggles to expose the killer before it is too late.
- Director: Alan Pakula
- Cast: Harrison Ford, Greta Scacchi, Raul Julia, Paul Winfield, Joe Grifasi, Bonnie Bedelia
- Release Date: July 27th 1990
The movie is an adaptation of Scott Turow’s novel Presumed Innocent. Rusty Sabitch is a taciturn Chief Deputy of Prosecuting attorney Raymond Horgan. He is assigned the investigation of the rape and murder of colleague Carolyn Polhemus. He is unaware of the fact that Rusty and Carolyn had a torrid affair before she was murdered. Soon, evidence implicates Rusty as the rapist and murderer. Horgan’s enemies demand his arrest which leaves Rusty’s wife Barbara devastated. In desperation, Rusty turns to crafty defense attorney Sandy Stein only to be stunned by his trial’s revelations.
9.The Mosquito Coast
- Director: Peter Weir
- Cast: Harrison Ford, Helen Merren, Andre Gregory, River Phoenix
- Release Date: November 26th 1986
The Mosquito Coast is a drama film which is an adaptation from the novel of the same name by Paul Theroux. Allie Fox is a genius inventor with nine patents to his name. But he is also eccentric, dogmatic and an idealist in many ways. In order to escape the choking consumerism in America, a disillusioned Allie unilaterally uproots his family from their comfortable life in England to move to the jungles in America, his Utopia. He lures the natives of the place with ice and his other inventions. But his plan is fatally flawed as he soon finds himself gyrating in an abyss of trouble along with his family.
10.The Devil’s Own
- Director: Alan J Pakula
- Cast: Harrison Ford, Brad Pitt, Margaret Colin, Treat Williams, Julia Stiles, Ruben Blades, George Hearne.
- Release Date: March 26th 1997
The Devil’s Own is an action thriller film. The premise of the story concerns an NYC policeman Tom O’Meara who lets Rory, an Irishman stay in his house as a favor to a friend. Things quickly take an ugly turn when Tom and his wife, Sheila are accosted by intruders one day on their return home. Realizations soon dawn on Tom that Rory is a notorious IRA terrorist who intends to smuggle illegal guns to Dublin. Will Tom be able to stop Rory in time?