All Queen Latifah Movies on Netflix

All Queen Latifah Movies on Netflix

Queen Latifah delivers a phenomenal performance each time. One of the best songstresses and actresses in the world of art. She has all the prestigious awards like the Grammy Award, Emmy Award, Golden Globe Award, and Screen Actors Guild Awards, and has also been nominated for an Academy Award in her kitty.

Latifah’s addition to the cast of a movie or series seals the deal on the movie being a blockbuster. Just recently, she blessed us with her acting brilliance in the fast-paced, action-packed thriller End of the Road, alongside Ludacris. But watching this actress just once is never enough, which is why we present to you a list of Queen Latifah movies on Netflix.

Queen Latifah movies on Netflix that you need to watch right now

End of the Road

Director: Millicent Shelton

Cast: Queen Latifah, Beau Bridges, Shaun Dixon, Ludacris, Mychala Faith Lee, Francis Lee McCain

The actress’s latest movie, End of The Road, features her as a badass loving mother of two kids, Brenda. How a pleasant trip with her kids and brother to Houston gets them mixed up with drug dealers that have them at gunpoint forms the crux of the movie. The stellar action scenes, the intriguing plot, and Brenda’s determination to protect her family make this movie a must-watch. Queen Latifah, holding a gun and saying, “No one comes after my family” in the gloomy desert looks badass. You can watch End of the Road on Netflix.


Director: Jeremiah Zagar

Writer: Taylor Materne, Will Fetters

Cast: Adam Sandler, Queen Latifah, Ben Foster, Juancho Hernangomez, Robert Duvall, Anthony Edwards, Heidi Gardner

Featuring one of Queen Latifah’s best performances is the 2022 drama film, Hustle. The movie gained critical acclaim, especially for the brilliant performances of the cast. The plot of the movie follows Stanley Sugerman, played by Adam Sandler as he searches for basketball talents to scout for the NBA. He lives on the road because of his job, this obviously leads to troubles in the family.

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He finds what he is looking for in Bo Cruz. However, turning Bo Cruz into an NBA star proves to be a ‘hustle’. They don’t even cross the airport checking before he gets arrested. However, Stanley is not giving up on himself or on Bo. Call it a rags-to-riches story or a motivational tale to get you out of your rut, Hustle is one of the best Queen Latifah movies on Netflix.

Mad Money

Director: Callie Khouri

Writer: Glenn Gers

Cast: Diane Keaton, Queen Latifah, Katie Holmes, Ted Danson, Stephen Root, Christopher McDonald, Adam Rothenberg, Roger Cross

Based on the 2001 British film Hot Money, Mad Money is a 2008 crime comedy film. Packed with mystery, eccentric characters, crime, and comedy, the movie will have you hooked on to every second. The plot of Mad Money follows Bridget Cardigan and her team of two other fearless women.

Bridget (Diane Keaton), Nina (Queen Latifah), and Jackie (Katie Holmes) work together to steal worn-out money bills. The movie was a Box Office hit in the United States and is still a go-to watch for family nights. The movie will have you short on breath with its comedic and thrilling plot. Queen Latifah is an absolute delight in this movie. You can enjoy it on Netflix.

The Trap

Director: Erik White

Writers: Brandon Broussard, Nile Evans, Hudson Obayuwana

Cast: T.I., Mike Epps, Loretta Devine, Queen Latifah, Teyana Taylor, Meagan Tandy, Stephen Bishop, Roland Powell, Joel Rush

Sonny, played by T.I., returns home to Atlanta and is greeted with a very gloomy sight of his brother’s failing restaurant. He comes up with a new chicken recipe in hopes of helping his brother out. Will Sonny be able to get his brother back into business? The 1-hour-and-30 minute-long movie answers that question. You can watch it on Netflix.

Which one of these Queen Latifah movies will you be streaming on Netflix? Let us know in the comments down below.

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