One by one, all Mel Gibson movies ordered by score: where and how to see them

Mel Gibson became an indispensable director in the world of cinema. Platforms such as Netflix, HBO Max, Amazon Prime, and Paramount+ have the director’s hits, the latest releases, and also some unmissable hidden titles in their catalogue. We invite you to a tour of Mel Gibson’s films that you cannot miss.

Mel Gibson’s film ranking

1. Every last man

Japan, 1945. Desmond Doss (Andrew Garfield), a man opposed to violence, enlists in the US Army to serve as a war medic during World War II. After fighting the entire military establishment and facing a war trial for his refusal to pick up a rifle, he achieves his goal and is sent to serve as a medic on the Japanese front. Despite being greeted with suspicion by the entire battalion during the savage takeover of Okinawa, Desmond proves his worth by saving 75 wounded men and earning the respect of the soldiers…

Gender: Drama, History, War

Available in: Apple TV, Google Play Movies, Claro video, Amazon Prime Video, HBO Max, Movistar Play

Release date: 10/07/2016

Duration: 2 hours 11 minutes

2. Braveheart

Brave heart

In the fourteenth century, the Scots live oppressed by heavy taxes and unjust laws imposed by the English. William Wallace, an indomitable Scottish rebel, leads a revolt against the English with the aim of making Scotland independent of England in order to free his people from the tyranny of King Edward I.

Gender: Action, Drama, History, War

Available in: Google Play Movies, Star Plus

Release date: 05/24/1995

Duration: 2 hours 57 minutes



Story set in the era of the Mayan empire. When the idyllic existence of the Maya is brutally interrupted by an attack by an invading force, one man embarks on a perilous journey into a world ruled by fear and oppression where an uncertain end awaits him. Due to a twist of fate and spurred on by his love for his wife and his family, he will return home in a desperate effort to preserve his way of life…

Gender: Action, Drama, History

Available in: It is not available on streaming platforms yet.

Release date: 12/07/2006

Duration: 2 hours 16 minutes

4. The Passion of Christ

Passion of Christ

Year 33 of our era. In the Roman province of Judea, a mysterious carpenter named Jesus of Nazareth begins to announce the arrival of the “kingdom of God” and surrounds himself with a group of humble fishermen: the Apostles. For centuries, the Jewish people had waited for the arrival of the Messiah. The teachings of Jesus attract a large crowd of followers who recognize him as the Messiah. Alarmed by the situation, the Sanhedrin, with the help of Judas, one of the twelve Apostles, arrests Jesus. Accused of treason against Rome, Christ is handed over to Pontius Pilate, who, to avoid a riot, condemns him to die on the cross as a common criminal.

Gender: Drama

Available in: star plus

Release date: 02/25/2004

Duration: 2 hours 6 minutes

5. The man without a face

The faceless man

Chuck, a boy without a father and raised among a group of conniving and authoritarian women, is related to Justin McLeod (Mel Gibson), a teacher who has a disfigured face. A story about justice and how to learn to live without prejudice.

Gender: Drama

Available in: HBO Max

Release date: 08/25/1993

Duration: 2 hours

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One by one, all Mel Gibson movies ordered by score: where and how to see them