We all remember Vanessa Hudgens as Gabriella Montez from the High School Musical series, but the Disney star has starred in movies like Journey 2: The Mysterious Island. Here’s a list of some of her best projects on Netflix:
Duncan Vizla, alias The Black Kaiser, the world’s finest assassin, is about to retire until his previous employer declares him a “liability”. He finds himself back in the game against his will, facing up against an army of younger, quicker, and more brutal murderers who would stop at nothing to silence him.
Vanessa Hudgens plays Camille, the innocent girl-next-door who turns out to be not quite what she seems in this neo-noir action thriller.
The Princess Switch series
If you’re looking for a live-action version of the Princess and the Pauper from the Barbie series, then The Princess Switch starring Vanessa Hudgens is the perfect movie for you.
A week before Christmas, a Duchess switches places with her lookalike- a middle-class woman from Chicago. The arrangement was supposed to be temporary so that each could have a fresh experience, but they end up falling in love with each other’s beaus.
The Knight Before Christmas
Every teenager has imagined a life in medieval times or interaction with a knight or royalty. The Knight Before Christmas is about a young high school science teacher who has lost faith in love. Around the same time, she stumbles upon a man who happens to be a knight from the 14th century transported to 2019.
The movie recounts their journey to get the knight back to his home as both of them fall in love with each other.
My Little Pony: A New Generation
Released in October 2021, My Little Pony: A New Generation is about friendship and valor. If you’re tired of horror and thriller movies, then this is the perfect watch.
In the fictional fairytale land of Equestria, fear replaces friendship as the land loses its magic. Earth ponies, Unicorns and Pegasi are no longer living in harmony- they’re separated by species. The idealistic earth pony Sunny, voiced by Vanessa Hudgens, is determined to restore the place to its previous order.
Tick Tick Boom
If Vanessa Hudgens isn’t reason enough to watch a movie, then Tick Tick Boom also stars Academy Award nominee and Tony Award winner Andrew Garfield.
Garfield plays Jon, a young theater composer who waits tables as he hopes for his composition to be the next Great American Musical. In a make-or-break performance, Jon is at a crossroads concerning his professional, romantic, and personal life. As 90s America is also being ravaged by the AIDS epidemic that killed most of the artist community, Jon must decide what to do with the time given to him.