Best new Indonesian/Bahasa Movies in 2022 & 2021 (Netflix, Prime, Hulu & Cinema List)
List of the latest Indonesian/Bahasa movies in 2022 and the best Indonesian/Bahasa movies of 2021 & the 2010's. Top Indonesian/Bahasa movies to watch on Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime, Disney+ & other Streaming services, out on DVD/Blu-ray or in cinema's right now.
New Indonesian/Bahasa movies in 2022 in Cinema & on VOD
Top movies up for release in 2022 in cinema and on VOD
DIRECTOR: Timo Tjahjanto CAST: Abimana Aryasatya, Lutesha & Putri Marino
Director Timo Tjahjanto (V/H/S 2, Killers, Headshot, May The Devil Take You) helms this action comedy feature with a script by screenwriter Johanna Wattimena (Sin: When Your Lover is a Sibling, The Way I Love You, #FriendsButMarried). The action picture produced by Netflix will feature a cast that includes the talents of Putri Marino, Lutesha, Abimana Aryasatya, Marthino Lio, Kristo Immanuel, Arie Kriting, Budi Ros, Kho Michael, and Michelle Tahalea. Read more Watch the trailer of The Big Four Netflix | Amazon | All Release dates
Best Indonesian/Bahasa movies on Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu, Disney+ or DVD in 2022
2021, 2020, 2019, 2018 and the 2010's best rated Indonesian/Bahasa movies out on DVD, Bluray or streaming on VOD (Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu, Disney+ & More).
DIRECTOR: Pandu Adjisurya, Hanung Bramantyo, Nur Jihat Hisyam(co-director) CAST: Clara Bernadeth, Giorgino Abraham & Kevin Ardilova
Based on the soap opera series, Tersanjung continues the story of the complicated love triangle between Yura (Clara Bernadeth), Oka (Kevin Ardilio) and Christian (Giorgino Abraham). Yura finds herself torn between two men, unsure who to go with as all three of them struggle to handle their careers, relationships, and families in this romantic drama written and directed by Hanung Bramantyo and Pandhu Adjisurya. The film additionally stars Nugie, Kinaryosih, Allya Syakila, Ernanto Kusuma, Sacha Stevenson, Febby Febiola, Cut Tari, Ari Wibowo, Marthino Lio, and Djenar Maesa Ayu.
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DIRECTOR: Joko Anwar CAST: Abimana Aryasatya, Tara Basro & Bront Palarae
When corruption and income inequality plague Indonesia, the country needs a superhero. While the meek and terrified security guard Sancaka (Abimana Aryasatya) may not have the stuff to combat evil, he soon transforms into the superhero Gundala, translating to “thunder” in Japanese. And he’ll need those powers if he hopes to stop the evil mafia boss Pengkor (Bront Palarae) and his league of orphan assassins. Based on the classic comic book character created by Harya “Hasmi” Suraminata. Read more Watch the trailer of Gundala
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DIRECTOR: Timo Tjahjanto CAST: Chelsea Islan, Karina Salim & Shareefa Daanish
May the Devil Take You: Chapter Two (2020):
Two years have passed since the dark and demonic encounter that Alfie (Chelsea Islan) and Nara (Hadijah Shahab) had managed to escape. Though they attempt to rebuild their lives, Alfie can’t help but be continuously haunted by supernatural forces. Plagued by horrific visions and great guilt, the darkness that once terrorized her returns from the shadows to once more snatch the souls of the living in this grim supernatural horror sequel to 2018 Indonesian sleeper. Read more Watch the trailer of May the Devil Take You 2
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DIRECTOR: Fajar Bustomi CAST: Iqbaal Dhiafakhri Ramadhan, Vanesha Prescilla, Yoriko Angeline, Gusti Rayhan
Indonesia, 1990. Milea has just moved from Jakarta to Bundang. At high school, she doesn't know anybody. But then she meets Dilan, an eccentric and intelligent boy who is unlike all the boys. A sweet and touching coming-of-age story. Read more Watch the trailer of Dilan 1990 RATING: 77/100 Netflix | Amazon | All Release dates
For a country with over a 250 million residents, Indonesia’s movie industry is relatively unknown for many of us in America and Europe. So read on to find out which movies from the archipelago you definitely shouldn’t miss!