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Best movies on Amazon Prime Video to watch now

The streaming space is more competitive than ever before, but Amazon Prime Video is carving out a niche among film fans with a sturdy library of exclusive titles.

Recently, we’ve seen Arthurian drama The Green Knight and uplifting musical Everybody’s Talking About Jamie land on the service, with more exciting titles to come towards the end of the year.

If you’re looking to get into the festive spirit, Christmas classics Love, Actually and The Holiday are available to stream now, as well as Mila Kunis/Kathryn Hahn comedy A Bad Moms Christmas.

Every single film on the list below has been hand picked by RadioTimes.com‘s team of film experts, so you will know exactly which movies you should dive into when you next open Amazon Prime Video.

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Last updated 11th November 2021

The Green Knight

A24

Dev Patel leads the cast of this acclaimed indie film, which is based on a 14th century poem about Sir Gawain, nephew of the legendary King Arthur. While steeped in folklore, viewers should be warned that this isn’t an action flick in the vein of Guy Ritchie’s Legend of the Sword, but rather a more slow-paced and thoughtful drama which occasionally veers into completely surreal territory.

When the monstrous Green Knight appears before Arthur’s court one day with an intriguing challenge. He offers any knight the chance to strike him with his axe, but only on the condition that he may return their blow one year later. Gawain jumps at an opportunity to prove himself, chopping off the mysterious creature’s head, but not anticipating that it would survive the attack and go laughing into the night. The following year, he goes on a journey to find the Green Knight and settle their debt.

The Green Knight comes courtesy of director David Lowery, whose measured approach to the source material creates some truly atmospheric scenes, while the addition of Daniel Hart’s haunting score often drives the tension to new heights. Patel gives an excellent performance in the lead role, portraying an unlikely hero who is flawed yet utterly compelling, with memorable supporting roles going to Barry Keoghan (Eternals), Joel Edgerton (The Underground Railroad), and Alicia Vikander (Tomb Raider). – David Craig

Everybody’s Talking About Jamie

Amazon

Amazon Prime Video bagged the exclusive rights to this film adaptation of the popular stage musical of the same name, which follows a 16-year-old boy who overcomes his bullies at school by forging a new identity as a drag queen. With the performative art being more popular than ever right now thanks to the likes of RuPaul, this is a story that’s sure to resonate with many viewers – and remarkably, it’s based on true events (see BBC Three documentary Jamie: Drag Queen at 16).

This incarnation features a different cast to the stage production, with newcomer Max Harwood taking the highly sought after title role and earning critical acclaim for his performance. The supporting cast includes familiar faces Sarah Lancashire, Ralph Ineson, Adeel Akhtar and Richard E Grant, while West End star Layton Williams and the real Jamie himself pop up in cameo appearances (so keep your eyes peeled).

Some critics took issue with the film’s somewhat sugar-coated plot, as there’s little in the way of tension over whether Jamie will achieve his dreams. However, for many viewers, I suspect that level of unbridled positivity and celebration is exactly what they’re looking for. Indeed, if it’s feel-good viewing your after, Jamie’s uplifting story should have no trouble putting a smile on your face. – David Craig

Palm Springs

Hulu

Remarkable romcoms have become a rare commodity in the streaming era, with few modern movies managing to stand out in the endless sea of generic, paint-by-numbers “chick-flicks” regularly churned out by the countless platforms we subscribe to. Thankfully, Palm Springs – the sci-fi romcom starring Andy Samberg and Cristin Milioti – swooped in last year to save the day, giving the genre a much-needed shot of adrenaline.

Best described as Groundhog Day meets Four Weddings and a Funeral, Palm Springs follows Sarah (Milioti), an apathetic maid-of-honour just trying to get through her sister’s California wedding when she finds herself trapped in a time loop with charming, care-free wedding guest Nyles (Samberg) and the pair are forced to relive the same day over-and-over again.

A fast-paced, hugely funny and refreshing take on the time loop concept, Palm Springs features stunning performances from Milioti and Samberg, an outstanding supporting cast made up of J.K. Simmons, Meredith Hagner, Camila Mendes and Peter Gallagher, and surprisingly twists that will have you returning for multiple viewings. – Lauren Morris

Watch Palm Springs on Amazon Prime Video

Sound of Metal

Riz Ahmed spent eight months of his life preparing for the lead role in this film, learning to play the drums and communicate in sign language. And it shows. Ahmed plays a punk metal drummer, Ruben living the dream – he’s out on the road with his girlfriend, Lou (Olivia Cooke) playing gigs and feeding off the adrenaline. They have music and each other, nothing else is required.

But he’s catapulted into a nightmare when he wakes up and discovers his hearing is rapidly declining as a result of a ruptured ear drum. Concerned the crisis will throw him back into his old patterns of drug abuse, Lou sends him to a deaf-friendly commune, where he must learn to accept his new life. The question is, can he ever lean into his new existence, or will he always pine for the way things were?

This unusually spiritual, soul-searching film was 13 years in the making, earned six Oscar nominations and was clearly a labour of love for everyone involved. If the test of a good movie is whether you’re still thinking about it a week later, The Sound of Metal passes with flying colours. And the central performance by Ahmed is just spell-binding. – Emma Bullimore

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The Mauritanian

Amazon Prime Video

It may have been a year without big blockbuster screenings and red carpet premieres, but that hasn’t stopped Golden Globe-winning films, like Kevin Macdonald’s The Mauritanian, from reaching would-be cinema-goers at home. Based on the true story of Mohamedou Ould Slahi, this legal drama stars The Serpent’s Tahar Rahim as Slahi, a Mauritanian engineer who was detained without charge or trial by the US government at Guantanamo Bay for 14 years, during which time he was subjected to horrific torture techniques.

Featuring a heart-breaking and captivating performance from Rahim, The Mauritanian follows Slahi as he’s finally helped by pro-bono lawyers Nancy Hollander (Jodie Foster) and Teri Duncan (Shailene Woodley) who fight for years to get him the trial he deserves whilst dealing with redacted government documents, uncooperative officials and a passionate military prosecutor played by Benedict Cumberbatch. An enlightening watch, The Mauritanian tells Slahi’s remarkable and tragic story, shining a light on the cruelty of the CIA’s “enhanced interrogation techniques” after 9/11 with a terrific turn from the award-winning Foster. – Lauren Morris

Watch The Mauritanian on Amazon Prime Video.

Parasite

Curzon

The first non-English language film to win Best Picture at the Oscars, South Korean black comedy Parasite re-wrote the record books when it was released in 2019. But beyond the awards glory (the movie ended up winning four Academy Awards, two BAFTAs and a Golden Globe), this is just a thoroughly entertaining watch. You’ll quickly settle into the subtitles as you learn about a struggling family of four – two parents and two twenty-something children – living in cramped conditions in the city.

One by one, they hustle their way into well-paid jobs with the unsuspecting Parks family, pretending to be qualified as an English tutor, an art therapist, a chauffeur and a housekeeper. It’s all harmless enough to start with, and they settle into their new way of life, pulling the wool over their employers’ eyes. But the caper soon turns into a dark, unsettling tale, as unexpected twists force the masquerading family to take drastic action – your heart will be in your mouth before the final credits roll. – Emma Bullimore

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I Care a Lot

Amazon

If you enjoyed Rosamund Pike’s blood-curdling turn in Gone Girl, you’ll love her performance in this fast-paced thriller, which earned the British actress a Golden Globe earlier this year. Pike plays ruthless Marla Grayson, a woman appointed by the courts to act as the legal guardian of elderly people who need assistance to take care of themselves. The problem is, the people she chooses are absolutely fine – the only thing they have to be scared of is Grayson, who steals their money, puts them in a home and exploits them for her own purposes. But one day she picks the wrong elderly woman.

Her son is a gangster (played by Game of Thrones star Peter Dinklage) and he’ll do whatever it takes to make sure his mum is OK. Cue a cat and mouse game, where both players will stop at nothing to get what they want. Impossible to predict and dealing with unsettling subject matter, I Care A Lot is a film that will get your heart pumping and keep you guessing until the very end. Refreshingly original and brought to life by brilliant performances, it’s real gem that you should add to your ‘to watch’ list immediately. – Emma Bullimore

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Us

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Jordan Peele had already announced himself as a vital new directorial voice with his sublime debut Get Out, and he delivered another brilliant slice of social satire inflected horror with this hugely entertaining 2019 film.The film centres on a family who, while trying to enjoy a relaxing holiday, are suddenly faced with a terrifying and unusual threat: a gang of red jumpsuit wearing, scissor wielding doppelgangers who seem intent on murdering them at any cost. It soon transpires that they are not alone – everyone in the nearby vicinity is being similarly haunted by these figures, who announce themselves as The Tethered.

In the ensuing drama, there are some brilliant action sequences, perfect needle drops and some moments of wonderfully dark humour, not to mention a few twists and turns along the way. The performances are great all around, but it’s Lupita Nyong’o who steals the show with a breathtaking dual role – how she wasn’t at least Oscar nominated for this we’ll never know. – Patrick Cremona

Watch Us on Amazon Prime Video

Suicide Squad

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It may not have the highest reviews, but there’s something ultimately very fun and weirdly charming about David Ayer’s Suicide Squad. A group of criminal misfits are tasked with saving the world following the death of Superman. If they succeed, their prison sentences will be shortened, but if not, they will die. Their mission is to defeat Enchantress (played by Cara Delevingne), but it won’t be easy, as she’s a powerful witch with powers beyond belief. Culturally, Suicide Squad proved to be enormous as it introduced us to Margot Robbie’s Harley Quinn whose beloved character launched a thousand Halloween costumes.

The film might not have the strongest plot and some criticism was levelled at the bafflingly short amount of time Jared Leto’s much-hyped Joker appeared in the film, but the cast are electric and the soundtrack is certainly very catchy. It is also the first film in the DCEU to ever win an Academy Award (Best Makeup and Hairstyling). Plus, it’s worth catching up on Suicide Squad before watching the beloved Harley spin-off Birds of Prey and upcoming sequel The Suicide Squad, due later this year. – Helen Daly

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Molly’s Game

Based on an incredible true story, Molly’s Game is a 2017 film that sees Jessica Chastain in the role of Los Angeles poker queen Molly Bloom. A former skier who becomes the leader of a regular high-rolling poker game, Molly is an engaging and charismatic character who comes up against the dark underbelly of Hollywood. One of the most memorable characters is Michael Cera’s Player X, a badly behaved composite character that is based on several real-life movie stars who played in Molly’s game. Idris Elba, Kevin Costner and Chris O’Dowd also appear, making this a highly star-studded affair.

With a typically tight script from Aaron Sorkin (who also makes his directorial debut behind the camera), Molly’s Game is a film that ticks along at pace and packs in a lot of tension. As well as offering a unique perspective on the lives of mega-star millionaires, Molly’s Game also veers into crime drama territory as the FBI become increasingly interested in Molly. Chastain earned a Golden Globe for her performance in the title role, which mixes charisma and chaos wonderfully well. Sorkin’s script was also much-touted on the awards circuit, picking up nominations at the Oscars, the Golden Globes and the BAFTAs. – Rob Leane

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The Notebook

Arguably one of the most romantic love stories of all time, The Notebook is a film everyone truly must see. Based on a novel of the same name by Nicholas Sparks, Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams play lovers Noah and Allie who are simply meant to be together, but the course of true love never did run smoothly. Although at the time of release the film garnered mixed reviews, The Notebook has gone on to achieve cult status, propelling Gosling and McAdams into the stars we know today.

The lead actors really do make the film. At times the story does hit highs and lows, but McAdams and Gosling always carry the script with delicacy. The ending will no doubt break your heart, making the whole film worth sticking with – just make sure you’re loaded up with tissues because we guarantee you’ll need them. – Helen Daly

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Joker

Warner Bros.

If you thought that Zack Snyder’s Justice League was dark, wait until you get a load of Joker. The film that won Joaquin Phoenix an Oscar in 2020 and received 11 other nominations from the Academy, Joker is pretty much as well-respected as a comic-book movie can get. Heavily inspired by Martin Scorsese’s Taxi Driver and The King of Comedy, Joker puts a serious spin on DC Comics’ Clown Prince of Crime, imagining Batman’s nemesis as a down-and-out comedian with mental health struggles who is trapped in an uncaring society.

Although it stands up remarkably well as a serious film in its own right, Joker is also an interesting proposition for superhero-loving moviegoers. With a young Bruce Wayne, his doom parents and Alfred the butler all making appearances, it almost feels like the prelude to a Batman film we’ll never get to see. Robert DeNiro, Zazie Beetz and Marc Maron round out the cast, with director Todd Phillips working from a screenplay by Scott Silver to deliver a comic-book movie like no other. And to be honest, we may never see its like again. It’s well worth checking out this film, if you haven’t already, just to see an altogether different take on the DC universe. – Rob Leane

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Kong: Skull Island

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Of all the instalments in Legendary Entertainment’s Monsterverse franchise, this is by far the most fun – an Apocalypse Now inspired adventure with a brilliant Vietnam War soundtrack and some wildly entertaining death scenes.

At the centre of the plot is Samuel L. Jackson as Packard, a US Army colonel just about to leave Vietnam, who is encouraged to go on one final mission: a top secret journey to the mysterious island which houses the famed giant primate. Naturally the local creatures aren’t the most welcoming to Packard and his crew, and they face a tough time before they even find Kong himself – resulting in an enjoyable thrilling, if not exactly envelope pushing, experience for viewers.

The film’s best moments come after the introduction of John C. Reilly as a seemingly crazed army veteran who has come to love Kong and his life on the island – lending the film a little more heart than your average monster flick. – Patrick Cremona

Watch Kong: Skull Island on Amazon Prime Video

Godzilla vs Kong

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After three earlier films in Legendary Entertainment’s Monsterverse franchise, two of cinema’s most iconic characters finally went up against each other in epic blockbuster, Godzilla vs Kong, released earlier in 2021, a film which very much lives up to its name.

The two titans share the screen with a range of human characters – played by some big names including Alexander Skarsgaard, Rebecca Hall and Millie Bobby Brown – but despite a number of storylines involving that star-studded cast, it’s ultimately the battle between the pair of gargantuan creatures that is easily the main event.

Even the most diehard Godzilla fan would be prepared to admit that the film is flawed, with some two-dimensional characters and questionable pacing, and yet it’s hard not to admire the spectacle on some level, as you’re sucked into the well-choreographed fights in all their bombastic glory. – Patrick Cremona

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Back to the Future

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Join Marty and Doc on the adventure of a lifetime in Back to the Future on Amazon Prime. The Robert Zemeckis and Bob Gale film brings time travel slap-bang into the 80s and is the epitome of that era. Teenager Marty (played by the charismatic Michael J. Fox) is too cool for school and plans to be a musician until his scientist friend Doc Brown (Christopher Lloyd) shows him a whole new world, made possible by his trusted time-travelling DeLorean.

There truly isn’t a more charming movie to cheer you up on a dreary weekend. Marty and Doc are (quite literally) electric together and the humour is sweet. You’ll be singing Huey Lewis and the News tunes all day while dreaming of one day owning your own DeLorean. There’s a reason it’s a classic – it’s simply never aged. Yes it’s set in the 80s, but Back to the Future could be released today and it would still be as loved and would more importantly still be considered one of the greatest films ever made. – Helen Daly

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The Truman Show

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Comedy superstar Jim Carrey proved himself as a gifted dramatic actor with this prophetic offering, which first hit cinemas in 1998, in which he stars as Truman Burbank – a man blissfully unaware his entire life is a fabrication created for a television show watched by the world. When strange things start happening in his quaint neighbourhood, it sparks a thirst for adventure that could be the key to shattering the illusion in which he has been trapped.

While The Truman Show certainly has some funny moments, particularly shared between Carrey and his cold on-screen wife played by Ozark’s Laura Linney, it’s the emotional moments that will likely stick with you longer. Truman becomes an increasingly tragic figure as his life starts to unravel and by the end of the film, you’ll be on the edge of your seat hoping he can free himself once and for all.

Raking in more than $250 million at the global box office, The Truman Show was a mammoth success and went on to score major nominations at the Academy Awards and the BAFTAs. The film was a favourite at the Golden Globes, where both Carrey and co-star Ed Harris won trophies for their performance, while the film also snagged the prize for Best Original Score with its atmospheric soundtrack. – David Craig Watch The Truman Show on Amazon Prime Video

Mean Girls

Paramount Pictures

A film that has generated no shortage of hilarious GIFs and quotes, Mean Girls is an all-time classic of the teen comedy genre. Written by American comedy star Tina Fey (30 Rock), it introduces us to Cady Heron (Lindsay Lohan), a teenage girl experiencing high school for the first time after a childhood spent being tutored at home.

She quickly discovers a brutal hierarchy dominated by a group called The Plastics, led by the meanest girl of them all: Regina George (Rachel McAdams). An initial attempt to infiltrate and destroy these titans goes awry when Cady finds herself adopting their two-faced tactics as her popularity soars. In the process, she risks losing the people who truly cared about her.

The entire cast are at the top of their game with strong breakout performances from Lohan, McAdams, Lizzy Caplan and Academy Award nominee Amanda Seyfried. Meanwhile, Fey’s script is nothing short of hilarious, occasionally veering into the surrealism that was such a big part of 30 Rock. She returned to pen a stage musical based on the film, which went on to earn 12 nominations at 2018’s Tony Awards. – David Craig Watch Mean Girls on Amazon Prime Video

Raya and the Last Dragon

Disney/YouTube

The latest animation from Disney, Raya and the Last Dragon takes inspiration from the various countries and cultures of Southeast Asia, including Laos, Vietnam, Cambodia and Thailand. Based in the fantasy world of Kumandra, it tells the tale of a young girl, the titular Raya, who is tasked with finding the kingdom’s last surviving dragon in a bid to stave off the sinister Druun – monsters who have returned to wreak havoc after an absence of 500 years.

When she finds the dragon, though, she is surprised to learn that rather than being the brave and fearless warrior she imagined, she is actually the wacky younger sister of the more heroic dragons of legend. What follows is an excellent adventure with all manner of entertaining side characters, voiced by an all star cast that includes Kelly Marie Tran, Awkwafina, Sandra Oh, Benedict Wong and Gemma Chan.

It’s worth watching for the beautiful animation alone, and the frequent action sequences are some of the best you’ll find in an animated movie, having been brought to life with the help of a number of martial arts experts. – Patrick Cremona

Watch Raya and the Last Dragon on Amazon Prime Video

Birds of Prey

With Margot Robbie’s charmingly unhinged performance as Harley Quinn being one of the only positives to come out of 2016’s Suicide Squad, it came as no surprise when Warner Bros gave the murderous Fleabag of DC superheroes her own film with Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn).

Set four years after Cara Delevingne’s Enchantress was defeated, the Cathy Yan-directed blockbuster follows Harley Quinn as she processes her break-up from the unseen Joker and without his protection, finds herself in the crosshairs of sadistic Gotham mobster Roman Sionis (Ewan McGregor).

After teaming up with alcoholic detective Renee Montoya (Rosie Perez), super-powered vigilante Black Canary (Jurnee Smollett-Bell), orphaned assassin The Huntress (Mary Elizabeth Winstead) and pick-pocketing child Cassandra Cain (Ella Jay Basco), Harley Quinn fights back against the criminals she’s made enemies of and learns to put her trust in other people.

Featuring a stellar cast, high-stakes chases, huge explosions and captivating fight sequences, Birds of Prey is everything you want from a superhero film and more, with writer Christina Hodson putting a fun, tongue-in-cheek spin on the genre that perfectly epitomises the unpredictable antihero that is Harley Quinn. – Lauren Morris

Watch Birds of Prey on Amazon Prime Video

The Gentlemen

Miramax/YouTube

Superstar director Guy Ritchie went back to his roots for this gangster flick, which serves as a spiritual successor to the likes of Snatch and Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels. The story revolves around Mickey Pearson (Matthew McConaughey), a drug lord looking to get out of the business while keeping his opulent lifestyle intact.

That will be no easy task with enemies lurking around every corner, from rival gangs to sleazy private detectives, all looking to carve up a slice of Mickey’s empire for themselves. While the stakes are high throughout, the film sustains a relatively light tone overall with a witty and chaotic script featuring an abundance of larger-than-life characters.

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Amazon is preparing for a PS5 Digital Edition restock for its Prime members today.

PS5 is sadly still scarce and retailers are not able to keep up with demand.

As for Amazon, the retailer recently had a PS5 Disc version drop.

The retailer had a series of Amazon Prime members console restocks that were considered a success in the last few weeks. Unfortunately, these restocks did not include PS5 consoles.

Amazon is back at it again and this time it is looking to make PS5 fans happy.

Amazon Prime PS5 Digital Edition Restock Nov 27

Amazon Prime PS5 Digital Edition Restock

Amazon added a Prime Member priority access to its PS5 Digital Edition product listing, which hints at an imminent restock happening very soon.

Lately, Amazon has been adding this disclaimer to its consoles to confirm a drop. A few moments after this occurrence, a drop occurs.

If you want to participate in this restock, you can do so at the following links:

Best Amazon Tips: How to Buy a PS5 From Amazon

UPDATE: This stock dropped at approximately 2:09 PM E.T on November 27 and flickered in and out for approximately 5 minutes.

For alerts on future drops follow @PS5StockNews & turn on notifications.

Amazon PS5 Digital Edition Restock Nov 27

Note that you will not be able to participate if you are not a Prime member.

Hopefully, this will be as successful as Amazon’s latest PS5 restocks.

If you missed out on this one there is a Walmart+ PS5 & Xbox Series X Restock Confirmed for Cyber Monday, Nov. 29.

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Best movies on Amazon Prime Video (November 2021)

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Great movies you can stream on Amazon Prime Video now.

Best movies on Amazon Prime Video (November 2021)

One of the best things about Amazon Prime Video: many people don't realise they have it at first. You get access with Prime subscription, so when the penny drops it feels like you get a Netflix-a-like for free - as this best movies on Amazon Prime Video list proves.

UPDATED: We have added two very different movies to our best Amazon Prime Series list, but they are both linked by mental health. They are Saint Maud and Joker - both stunning in their own right, focusing on what happens when people are sidelined and the extremes they go to.

Despite this best Prime Video movies list, Amazon Prime is not a perfect service. Spend long enough browsing and you'll find the equivalent of a VHS collection sat in the backroom of a charity shop for 10 years. E.T. rip-off Extraterrestrial Visitors and Hot Wax Zombies on Wheels are unlikely to feature on many must-watch lists.

However, Amazon Prime is home to hundreds of great films worth watching. We've picked out a few handfuls of our favourites, ones we think you should stream as soon as you get a free hour or two.

Upvote the movies you like, downvotes the ones you don't. Any if you think we've missed off an Amazon Prime Video essential movie, submit it to our team at the bottom.

Remember, new members can try Prime for 30 days for free.

NOTE: the following is available on Amazon Prime Video in the UK. Please check your region for availability.

Best movies on Amazon Prime Video

Kumail Nanjiani is currently famed across the internet as the nerd who got "swole". But The Big Sick was a highlight of his pre-muscle days.

It was written by Nanjiani and his wife Emily Gordon, and is based on their own experiences of an interracial relationship and their struggles with Gordon’s health issues. It is real, relatable and dances effortlessly between its funny and serious sides.

In the US? Stream The Big Sick on Prime Video here.

One of the best movies of the 90s has probably been seen by all, but Fight Club is well worth a rewatch. The machismo of the movie may have dulled over the years, as has the CGI, but the main tale of a bunch of men looking for more from their corporate lives is still thrilling.

In the US? Stream Fight Club on Prime Video here.

The first time we saw Robert De Niro and Al Pacino on screen and it's in a fantastic movie. Heat is a cops and robbers tale, put the through the clinical lens of Michael Mann. It's a superb thriller and its effects can be seen in movies since - including The Dark Knight.

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One of the best movies of 2020 is the twisty, unhinged Parasite. A metaphor for the gaping chasm that is the class system in South Korea, we see a lower-class family making their way into the lives of a rich family, by way of jobs and other rather stranger means.

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A wonderful timeloop movie that manages to find something fresh in what is now a well-worn plot point. Adam Samberg is fantastic as the man stuck replaying the same day over and over which he hates - until someone comes into his life that unwittingly falls into the same predicament he finds himself in.

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A really nice ultra low budget thriller that has one of the best tracking shots in it we have seen. In the 50s a DJ and switchboard operator find an audio signal that could well change a town in New Mexico forever. The movie keeps you guessing right up to the end. At times it feels like an extended Twilight Zone episode but it's all done so well.

In the US? Stream Vast of the Night on Prime Video here.

There is no better than Rosamund Pike to create a villain so evil but bloody persuasive that you nearly end up rooting for her. She did it in Gone Girl and has done it again in I Care A lot. Here she is a con artist trying to grift retirees by becoming their legal guardians. What happens is jaw dropping and Pike is just fantastic to watch throughout.

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The first and the best Indiana Jones adventure sees Indy look for the Ark of the Covenant and coming into contact with rolling balls, Nazis, snakes and more. It's an absolute classic and the other Indiana Jones adventures are also ready to stream for free on Prime Video.

One of the greatest movies ever made, Once Upon A Time In America is a generation spanning tale about the rise and fall of gangsters in the US. Robert D Niro, James Woods and the rest of the cast are superb. This was the final movie of Sergio Leone and his absolute masterpiece.

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This escapist fantasy is unlikely to feature on many top 10 all-time film lists. But it is an absolute must-see in 2020, when we can all do with a break from the real world.

A pilot (Felicity Jones) and nerdy meteorologist (Eddie Redmayne) are an unlikely team in a record-breaking hot air balloon trip into the sky. Tune your brain into The Aeronauts frequency and you’re in for one of the most charming live action family movies in years. There are sofa-clenching sections too.

In the US? Stream Aeronauts on Prime Video here.

It’s by no means a perfect movie but the Borat sequel strikes a much-needed political cord with its look at Borat and his daughter making their way to America once more to make fun of the ignorant. While the ‘story’ is wafer thin, it was a genius idea to bring his daughter along for the ride as she can do everything Borat would do but nobody recognises her - and her scene with one of the most famous people in America caught with his hands down his pants is just brilliant.

In the US? Stream Borat 2 on Prime Video here.

Best-selling novel Gone Girl gets a brilliant movie adaptation thanks to David Fincher. Rosamund Pike is 'gone girl' Amy - someone who has gone missing and is being searched for by her husband Nick (Ben Affleck). But everything isn't as it seams with many untruths about to be uncovered about the relationship

The Watch is a gripping look at the true story of those trying to hold the government account for its 'enhanced interrogation' practises in the events after 9/11. Adam Driver is superb as the senator looking into how the CIA conducted its business and the abnormalities in what they were doing, trying to uncover a level of brutality that nobody wanted the world to know about.

In the US? Stream The Report on Prime Video here.

One Night In Miami is an understated movie and all the better for it. For the most part, it takes place in one room (a motel room) after Cassius Clay's big fight with Sonny Liston. Within that time the worlds of Clay, Malcolm X, Jim Brown and Sam Cooke collide in a drama that is compelling to watch.

In the US? Stream One Night In Miami on Prime Video here.

While we heartily recommend the TV show, the What We Do In The Shadows (from which the show is spun from) is also a delight. Starring Jemaine Clement, Taika Waititi and others, the mockumentary focuses on a group of vampires and their sworn enemy - werewolves.

This long-awaited sequel to Blade Runner is stunning sci-fi. Ryan Gosling is a new blade runner who is on a mission that leads him back to Rick Deckard (Harrison Ford) who has been missing for 30-something years. Director Denis Villeneuve has created something special with this one.

Shot in natural light and a movie that puts its lead actor through hell, The Revenant is a stunning movie that won Leonardo DiCaprio his Oscar. The movie is brutal, focusing on a frontiersman who is trying to survive in the wild after being mailed by a bear. It's a tough watch, but well worth it.

One of the most mesmerising movies of recent years, The Green Knight is a psychedelic rendition of the great Arthurian legend. Dev Patel is proving once more that he is the actor to revise old English stories (he was also amazing in David Copperfield) and the rest of the cast are also sublime. This is a slow, enveloping movie but we loved it.

Bronson is a challenging movie. It's almost like a stage play, with Charles Bronson's fevered mind (Tom Hardy is a career-defining performance) centre stage. This is a psychedelic biopic that's at time funny, harrowing and, well, harrowingly funny. Director Nicolas Winding Refn has created an OTT but very compelling movie.

Detective Pikachu is a far better movie than it has any right to be. Set in Ryme City, where humans and Pokemon live together in what seems to be harmony, the movie has Ryan Reynolds voicing Pikachu - someone that only Tim Goodman, a former aspiring Pokémon trainer and now dull insurance broker, can understand. This movie pays homage to the game and series and has a whole lot of fun with its setting.

The Argento cut of Dawn Of The Dead is an intriguing one. It's pretty much the Dawn Of The Dead you know and love but the soundtrack has way more Goblin. This is the cut that most of Europe has seen and it's a much faster-paced version of the movie than you might have seen. Okay, so it's not the purest version of Romero's movie but it is still well worth a watch. And if you don't fancy it, then both the theatrical cut and Cannes' cut are available to watch on Prime, too.

Everybody's Talking About Jamie is a fantastic filmic take on the stage play of the same name. The movie follows Jamie, a schoolboy who dreams of becoming a drag artist. Richard E Grant is there to help him on his way, even if his school doesn't believe in him. It's a brilliant feel-good British film that everyone should watch.

This is one of the most unnerving horror movies of recent years. It tackles religion, coming of age and mental health fantastically well, making for a real fright fest. Maud is a nurse who looks after Amanda and, well, things escalate from there.

Rachel Brosnahan (of Prime Video's The Marvelous Mrs Maisel) is fantastic in this '70s-based drama about a housewife that becomes embroiled in a life of crime. While the first half of the movie is the best, it's a caustic look at what life was like for women in the Seventies with a nice mix of crime thrills.

In the US? Stream I'm Your Woman on Prime Video here.

The Day Shall Come is fantastic satire from the mind of Chris Morris, following a movie based on real events where a preacher is paid by the FBI to become a terrorist and then it all goes awry from there. It's funny in places but also a despairing look at what can happen when certain numbers in a spreadsheet need to be met.

Best movies on Amazon Prime Video

27. Joker

This is a nasty movie and one that has been misjudged since its release. Seen by some as a right-wing call to arms, it's really a mental health battle on the big screen - where someone who has had enough of being sidelined by his peers decides to change his life in the most drastic way possible. Joaquin Phoenix is fantastic as 'Joker' and having Robert De Niro involved pushes the King of Comedy connotations to the max, which is all good fun. We do think a better director would have been a little more subtle in their approach about what's happening but it's worth a watch.

Jennifer Lopez should have been up for an Oscar for her role in Hustlers. She is fantastic as the leader of a group of strip club employees who turn the tables on Wall Street execs who frequent their club. It's based on a true story and is a fascinating insight into those who hustle, why they hustle and where that eventually leads them.

This one is an Amazon Original and is a fun frolic through the Scottish highlands, as part of the Duke of Edinburgh, as we follow four hip-hop loving city dwellers who are chased by a huntsman. Directed by Ninian Doff, who cut his tooth on music videos for the likes of Run The Jewels and The Chemical Brothers, this is a hilarious boys' own adventure. We do prefer the original title of the movie, though, which was Boyz In The Wood.

In the US? Stream Get Duked on Prime Video here.

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New on Amazon Prime Video – November 2021

November 1
50/50 (2011)
Alien (1979)
Alien 3 (1992)
Alien Resurrection (1997)
Alien Vs. Predator (2004)
Alpha Dog (2005)
American Assassin (2017)
Born On The Fourth Of July (1989)
Bringing Down The House (2003)
Casanova, Last Love (2021)
Cast Away (2000)
Children Of Men (2006)
Crazy, Stupid, Love (2011)
Dan In Real Life (2007)
Dead Poets Society (1989)
Dragonball Evolution (2009)
Dude, Where’s My Car? (2000)
Eragon (2006)
Fantastic Mr. Fox (2009)
Gnomeo & Juliet (2011)
Hope Springs Eternal (2018)
I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry (2007)
In Time (2011)
It’s Complicated (2009)
Jane Eyre (2011)
Jingle All The Way (1996)
Jingle All The Way 2 (2014)
Johnny English (2003)
Kung Pow: Enter The Fist (2002)
Major Payne (1995)
Meet Dave (2008)
Mrs. Doubtfire (1993)
Predator 2 (1990)
Rushmore (1999)
Sleeping With The Enemy (1991)
Snatch (2000)
Stuck On You (2003)
The Big Year (2011)
The Black Dahlia (2006)
The Constant Gardener (2005)
The Day The Earth Stood Still (2008)
The House Bunny (2008)
The Nutty Professor (1996)
The Nutty Professor II: The Klumps (2000)
Three Men And A Baby (1987)
Undercover Brother (2002)
Vanity Fair (2004)
Vantage Point (2008)
Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988)
Wild Hogs (2007)
Wimbledon (2004)
Baking with Julia: Season 1
Baptiste: Season 1
Courage the Cowardly Dog: Season 1
Family Business: Season 1
Irresponsable: Season 1
Ladies of the Law: Season 1
Magellan: Season 1
Mega Disasters: Season 1
Native America: Season 1
Noggin Knows: Season 1
Power Book II: Ghost: Season 1
Rectify: Season 1
Red Road: Season 1
The Lucy Show: Season 1
The Restaurant: Season 1
The Roy Rogers Show: Season 1
Under Suspicion: Season 1
Wheeler Dealers: Season 1

November 5
The Electrical Life of Louis Wain – Amazon Original Movie (2021)
Snowmance (2017)
The Spruces And The Pines (2017)
Pete the Cat – Amazon Original Series: New Episodes
Tampa Baes – Amazon Original Series: Season 1

November 12
Mayor Pete – Amazon Original Movie (2021)
Finding You (2021)
Always Jane – Amazon Original Series: Season 1

November 16
Beginners (2011)

November 19
Everybody Loves Natti – Amazon Original Series: Season 1
The Wheel of Time – Amazon Original Series: Season 1 

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Coming November 24 Do, Re & Mi Holiday Special: Merry NestivusAmazon originalFree for Prime TV special, 2021Coming November 25 All or Nothing: Juventus Amazon originalTrailerFree for Prime TV/Reality/SportsComing November 26 Dog Years (Anni da cane)Amazon originalFree for Prime Foreign/Rom-comComing November 29 BurningAmazon originalFree for Prime Documentary, 2021Coming December 1▣All Is LostMetacritic Must-SeeFree for Prime Adventure, 2013 Bonanza Season 1Free for Prime TV/Western▣A Discovery of Witches Season 1Free for Prime TV/Drama▣Edward ScissorhandsFree for Prime Drama/Fantasy, 1990 The Jeffersons Seasons 1-11Free for Prime TV?Comedy▣Little WomenMetacritic Must-SeeFree for Prime Drama/Family, 1994▣Pineapple ExpressFree for Prime Comedy, 2008▣RoninFree for Prime Action/Thriller, 1998▣The Royal TenenbaumsFree for Prime Comedy/Drama, 2001 Sanford and Son Seasons 1-6Free for Prime TV/Comedy▣Sleepless in SeattleFree for Prime Rom-com/Drama, 1993▣Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby Free for Prime Comedy, 2006▣The Usual SuspectsFree for Prime Drama/Thriller, 1995▣What's Love Got to Do With It Free for Prime Drama, 1993Coming December 3▣Harlem Season 1 Amazon originalTrailerFree for Prime TV/Comedy Inside Edge Season 3 Amazon originalTrailerFree for Prime TV/Foreign/Drama▣We Are XFree for Prime Documentary/Music, 2016Coming December 8 FC Bayern – Behind the Legend Season 1 Amazon originalFree for Prime TV/Reality/SportsComing December 9 The Ferragnez Season 1 Amazon originalFree for Prime TV/RealityComing December 10▣EncounterAmazon originalTrailerFree for Prime Sci-fi/Thriller, 2021▣The Expanse Season 6 Amazon originalTrailerFree for Prime TV/Drama/Sci-fi LOL: Last One Laughing Mexico Season 3 Amazon originalFree for Prime TV/ComedyComing December 16▣Theory of EverythingFree for Prime Drama, 2014Coming December 17▣With Love Season 1 Amazon originalFree for Prime TV/Rom-comComing December 20▣Who You Think I AmFree for Prime Drama, 2021Coming December 21▣Being the RicardosAmazon originalTrailerFree for Prime Drama, 2021Coming December 23 Yearly DepartedAmazon originalFree for Prime Comedy special, 2021Coming January 7, 2022▣The Tender BarAmazon originalTrailerFree for Prime Drama, 2021Coming January 21, 2022 As We See It Season 1 Amazon originalTrailerFree for Prime TV/Drama/Comedy▣A HeroAmazon originalTrailerFree for Prime Foreign/Drama, 2021Coming February 4, 2022▣Book of LoveAmazon originalFree for Prime Rom-com, 2022 The Legend of Vox Machina Season 1 Amazon originalFree for Prime TV/Animation/FantasyComing February 11, 2022▣I Want You BackAmazon originalFree for Prime Comedy, 2022Coming March 7, 2022 2022 Academy of Country Music AwardsAmazon originalFree for Prime Live special, 2022Coming September 2, 2022 untitled Lord of the Rings series Season 1 Amazon originalFree for Prime TV/Drama/Fantasy
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Best movies on Amazon Prime Video to watch now

The streaming space is more competitive than ever before, but Amazon Prime Video is carving out a niche among film fans with a sturdy library of exclusive titles.

Recently, we’ve seen Arthurian drama The Green Knight 1st birthday gift basket ideas uplifting musical Everybody’s Talking About Jamie land on the service, with more exciting titles to come towards the end of the year.

If you’re looking to get into the festive spirit, Christmas classics Love, Actually and The Holiday are available to stream now, as well as Mila Kunis/Kathryn Hahn comedy A Bad Moms Christmas.

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Last updated 11th November 2021

The Green Knight

A24

Dev Patel leads the cast of this acclaimed indie film, which is based on a 14th century poem about Sir Gawain, nephew of the legendary King Arthur. While steeped in folklore, viewers should be warned that this isn’t an action flick in the vein of Guy Ritchie’s Legend of the Sword, but amazon movies a more slow-paced and thoughtful drama which occasionally veers into completely surreal territory.

When the monstrous Green Knight appears before Arthur’s court one day with an intriguing challenge. He offers any knight the chance to strike him with his axe, but only on the condition that he may return their blow one year later. Gawain jumps at an opportunity to prove himself, chopping off the mysterious creature’s head, but not anticipating that it would survive the attack and go laughing into the night. The following year, he goes on a journey to find the Green Knight and settle their debt.

The Green Knight comes courtesy of director David Lowery, whose measured approach to the source material creates some truly atmospheric scenes, while the addition of Daniel Hart’s haunting score often drives the tension to new heights. Patel gives an excellent performance in the lead role, portraying an unlikely hero who is flawed yet utterly compelling, with memorable supporting roles going to Barry Keoghan (Eternals), Joel Edgerton (The Underground Railroad), and Alicia Vikander (Tomb Raider). – David Craig

Everybody’s Talking About Jamie

Amazon

Amazon Prime Video bagged the exclusive rights to this film adaptation of the popular stage musical of the same name, which follows a 16-year-old boy who overcomes his bullies at school by forging a new identity as a drag queen. With the performative art being more popular than ever right now thanks to the likes of RuPaul, this is a story that’s sure to resonate with many viewers – and remarkably, it’s based on true events (see BBC Three documentary Jamie: Drag Queen at 16).

This incarnation features a amazon movies cast to the stage production, with newcomer Max Harwood taking the highly sought after title role and earning critical acclaim for his performance. The supporting cast includes familiar faces Sarah Lancashire, Ralph Ineson, Adeel Akhtar and Richard E Grant, while West End star Layton Williams and the real Jamie himself pop up in cameo appearances (so keep your eyes peeled).

Some critics took issue with the film’s somewhat sugar-coated plot, as there’s little in the way of tension over whether Jamie will achieve his dreams. However, for many viewers, I suspect that level of unbridled positivity and celebration is exactly what they’re looking for. Indeed, if it’s feel-good viewing your after, Jamie’s uplifting story should have no trouble putting a smile on your face. – David Craig

Palm Springs

Hulu

Remarkable romcoms have become a rare commodity in the streaming era, with few modern movies managing to stand out in the endless sea of generic, paint-by-numbers “chick-flicks” regularly churned out by the countless platforms we subscribe to. Thankfully, Palm Springs – the sci-fi romcom starring Andy Samberg and Cristin Milioti – swooped in last year to save the day, giving the genre a much-needed shot of adrenaline.

Best described as Groundhog Day meets Walmart black friday ad 2018 tv Weddings and a Funeral, Palm Springs closest 24 hour walmart to me Sarah (Milioti), an apathetic maid-of-honour just trying to get through her sister’s California wedding when she finds herself trapped in a time loop with charming, care-free wedding guest Nyles (Samberg) and the pair are forced to relive the same day over-and-over again.

A fast-paced, hugely funny and refreshing take on the time loop concept, Palm Springs features stunning performances from Milioti and Samberg, an outstanding supporting cast made up of J.K. Simmons, Meredith Hagner, Camila Mendes and Peter Gallagher, and surprisingly twists that will have you returning for multiple viewings. – Lauren Morris

Watch Palm Springs on Amazon Prime Video

Sound of Metal

Riz Ahmed spent eight months of his life preparing for the lead role in this film, learning to play the drums and communicate in sign language. And it shows. Ahmed plays a punk metal drummer, Ruben living the dream – he’s out on the road with his girlfriend, Lou (Olivia Cooke) playing gigs and feeding off the adrenaline. They have music and each other, nothing else is required.

But he’s catapulted into a nightmare the friendship state bank indiana he wakes up and discovers his hearing is rapidly declining as a result of a ruptured ear drum. Concerned the crisis will throw him back into his old patterns of drug abuse, Lou sends him to a deaf-friendly commune, where he must learn to accept his new life. The question is, can he ever lean into his new existence, or will he always pine for the way things were?

This unusually spiritual, soul-searching film was 13 years in the making, earned six Oscar nominations and was clearly a labour of love for everyone involved. If the what time does bank of america close today saturday of a good movie is whether you’re still thinking about it a week later, The Sound of Metal passes with flying colours. And the central performance by Ahmed is just spell-binding. – Emma Bullimore

Watch Sound of Metal on Amazon Prime Video

The Mauritanian

Amazon Prime Video

It may have been a year without big blockbuster screenings and red carpet premieres, but that hasn’t stopped Golden Globe-winning films, like Kevin Macdonald’s The Mauritanian, from reaching would-be cinema-goers at home. Based on the true story of Mohamedou Ould Slahi, this legal drama stars The Serpent’s Tahar Rahim as Slahi, a Mauritanian engineer who was detained without charge or trial by the US government at Guantanamo Bay for 14 years, during which time he was subjected to horrific torture techniques.

Featuring a heart-breaking and captivating performance from Rahim, The Mauritanian follows Slahi as he’s finally helped by pro-bono lawyers Nancy Hollander (Jodie Foster) and Teri Duncan (Shailene Woodley) who fight for years to get him the trial he deserves whilst dealing with redacted government documents, uncooperative officials and a passionate military prosecutor played by Benedict Cumberbatch. An enlightening watch, The Mauritanian tells Slahi’s remarkable and tragic story, shining a light on the cruelty of the CIA’s “enhanced interrogation techniques” after whats the difference between credit union and a bank with a terrific turn from the award-winning Foster. – Lauren Morris

Watch The Mauritanian on Amazon Prime Video.

Parasite

Curzon

The first non-English language film to win Best Picture at the Oscars, South Korean black comedy Parasite re-wrote the record books when it was released in 2019. But beyond the awards glory (the movie ended up winning four Academy Awards, two BAFTAs and a Golden Globe), this is just a thoroughly entertaining watch. You’ll quickly settle into the subtitles as you learn about a struggling family of four – two parents and two twenty-something children – living in cramped conditions in the city.

One by one, they hustle their way into well-paid jobs with the unsuspecting Parks family, pretending to be qualified as an English tutor, an art therapist, a chauffeur and a housekeeper. It’s all harmless enough to start with, and they settle into their new way of life, pulling the wool over their employers’ eyes. But the caper soon turns into a dark, unsettling tale, as unexpected twists force the masquerading family to take drastic action – your heart will be in your mouth before the final credits roll. – Emma Bullimore

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I Care a Lot

Amazon

If you enjoyed Rosamund Pike’s blood-curdling turn in Gone Girl, you’ll love her performance in this fast-paced thriller, which earned the British actress a Golden Globe earlier this year. Pike plays ruthless Marla Grayson, a woman appointed by the courts to act as the legal guardian of elderly people who need assistance to take care of themselves. The problem is, the people she chooses are absolutely fine – the only thing they have to be scared of is Grayson, who steals their money, puts them in a home and exploits them for her own purposes. But one day she picks the wrong elderly woman.

Her son is a gangster (played by Game of Thrones star Peter Dinklage) and he’ll do whatever it takes to make sure his mum is OK. Cue a cat and mouse game, where both players will stop at nothing to get what they want. Impossible to predict and dealing with unsettling subject matter, I Care A Lot is a film that will get your heart pumping and keep you guessing until the very end. Refreshingly original and brought to life by brilliant performances, it’s real gem that you should add to your ‘to watch’ list immediately. – Emma Bullimore

Watch I Care A Lot on Amazon Prime Video

Us

SEAC

Jordan Peele had already announced himself as a vital new directorial voice with his sublime debut Get Out, and he delivered another brilliant slice of social satire inflected horror with this hugely entertaining 2019 film.The film centres on a family who, while trying to enjoy a relaxing holiday, are suddenly faced with a terrifying and unusual threat: a gang of red jumpsuit wearing, scissor wielding doppelgangers who seem intent on murdering them at any cost. It soon transpires that they are not alone – everyone in the nearby vicinity is being similarly haunted by these figures, who announce themselves as The Tethered.

In the ensuing drama, there are some brilliant action sequences, perfect needle drops and some moments of wonderfully dark humour, not to mention a few twists and turns along the way. The performances are great all around, but it’s Lupita Nyong’o who steals the show with a breathtaking dual role – how she wasn’t at least Oscar nominated for this we’ll never know. – Patrick Cremona

Watch Us on Amazon Prime Video

Suicide Squad

SEAC

It may not have the highest reviews, but there’s something ultimately very fun and weirdly charming about David Ayer’s Suicide Squad. A group of criminal misfits are tasked with saving the world following the death of Superman. If they succeed, their prison sentences will be shortened, but if not, they will die. Their mission is to defeat Enchantress (played by Cara Delevingne), but it won’t be easy, as she’s a powerful witch with powers beyond belief. Culturally, Suicide Squad proved to be enormous as it introduced us to Margot Robbie’s Harley Quinn whose beloved character launched a thousand Halloween costumes.

The film might not have the amazon movies plot and some criticism was levelled at the bafflingly short amount of time Jared Leto’s much-hyped Joker appeared in the film, but the cast are electric and the soundtrack is certainly very catchy. It is also the first film in the DCEU to ever win an Academy Award (Best Makeup and Hairstyling). Plus, it’s worth catching up on Suicide Squad before watching the beloved Harley spin-off Birds of Prey and upcoming sequel The Suicide Squad, due later this year. – Helen Daly

Watch Suicide Squad on Amazon Prime Video

Molly’s Game

Based on an incredible true story, Molly’s Game is a 2017 film that sees Jessica Chastain in the role of Los Angeles poker queen Molly Bloom. A former skier who becomes the leader of a regular high-rolling poker game, Molly is an engaging and charismatic character who comes up against the dark underbelly of Hollywood. One of the most memorable characters is Michael Cera’s Player X, a badly behaved composite character that is based on several real-life movie stars who played in Molly’s game. Idris Elba, Kevin Costner and Chris O’Dowd also appear, making this a highly star-studded affair.

With a typically tight script from Aaron Sorkin (who also makes his directorial debut behind the camera), Molly’s Game is a film that ticks along at pace and packs in a lot of tension. As well as offering a unique perspective on the lives of mega-star millionaires, Molly’s Game also veers into crime drama territory as the FBI become increasingly interested in Molly. Chastain earned a Golden Globe for her performance in the title role, which mixes charisma and chaos wonderfully well. Sorkin’s script was also much-touted on the awards circuit, picking up nominations at the Oscars, the Golden Globes and the BAFTAs. – Rob Leane

Watch Molly’s Game on Amazon Prime Video

The Notebook

Arguably one of the most romantic love stories of all time, The Notebook is a film everyone truly must see. Based on a novel of the same name by Nicholas Sparks, Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams play lovers Noah and Allie who are simply meant to be together, but the course of true love never did run smoothly. Although at the time of release the film garnered mixed reviews, The Notebook has gone on to achieve cult status, propelling Gosling and McAdams into the stars we know today.

The lead actors really do make the film. At times the story does hit highs and lows, but McAdams and Gosling always carry the script with delicacy. The ending will no doubt break your heart, making the whole film worth sticking with – just make sure you’re loaded up with tissues because we guarantee you’ll need them. – Helen Daly

Watch The Notebook on Amazon Prime Video

Joker

Warner Bros.

If you thought that Zack Snyder’s Justice League was dark, wait until you get a load of Joker. The film that won Joaquin Phoenix an Oscar in 2020 and received 11 other nominations from the Academy, Joker is pretty much as well-respected as a comic-book movie can get. Heavily inspired by Martin Scorsese’s Taxi Driver and The King of Comedy, Joker puts a serious spin on DC Comics’ Clown Prince of Crime, imagining Batman’s nemesis as a down-and-out comedian with mental health struggles who is trapped in an uncaring society.

Although it stands up remarkably well as a serious film in its own right, Joker is also an interesting proposition for superhero-loving moviegoers. With a young Bruce Wayne, his doom parents and Alfred the butler all making appearances, it almost feels like the prelude to a Batman film we’ll never get to see. Robert DeNiro, Zazie Beetz and Marc Maron round out the cast, with director Todd Phillips working from a screenplay by Scott Silver to deliver a comic-book movie like no other. And to be honest, we may never see its like again. It’s well worth checking out this film, if you haven’t already, just to see an altogether different take on the DC universe. – Rob Leane

Watch Joker on Amazon Prime Video

Kong: Skull Island

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Of all the instalments in Legendary Entertainment’s Monsterverse franchise, this is by far the most fun – an Apocalypse Now inspired adventure with a brilliant Vietnam War soundtrack and some wildly entertaining death scenes.

At the centre of the plot is Samuel L. Jackson as Packard, a US Army colonel just about to leave Vietnam, who is encouraged to go on one final mission: a top secret journey to the mysterious island which houses the famed giant primate. Naturally the local creatures aren’t the most welcoming to Packard and his crew, and they face a tough time before they even find Kong himself – resulting in an enjoyable thrilling, if not exactly envelope pushing, experience for viewers.

The film’s best moments come after the introduction of John C. Reilly as a seemingly crazed army veteran who has come to love Kong and his life on the island – lending the film a little more heart than your average monster flick. – Patrick Cremona

Watch Kong: Skull Island on Amazon Prime Video

Godzilla vs Kong

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After three earlier films in Legendary Entertainment’s Monsterverse franchise, two of cinema’s most iconic characters finally went up against each other in epic blockbuster, Godzilla vs Kong, released earlier in 2021, a film which very much lives up to its name.

The two titans share the screen with a range of human characters – played by some big names including Alexander Skarsgaard, Rebecca Hall and Millie Bobby Brown – but despite a number of storylines involving that star-studded cast, it’s ultimately the battle between the pair of gargantuan creatures that is easily the main event.

Even the most diehard Godzilla fan would be prepared to admit that the film is flawed, with some two-dimensional characters and questionable pacing, and yet it’s hard not to admire the spectacle on some level, as you’re sucked into the well-choreographed fights in all their bombastic glory. – Patrick Cremona

Watch Godzilla vs Kong on Amazon Prime Video

Back to the Future

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Join Marty and Doc on the adventure of a lifetime in Back to the Future on Amazon Prime. The Robert Zemeckis and Bob Gale film brings time travel slap-bang into the 80s and is the epitome of that era. Teenager Marty (played by the charismatic Michael J. Fox) is too cool for school and plans to be a musician until his scientist friend Doc Brown (Christopher Lloyd) shows him a whole new world, made possible by his trusted time-travelling DeLorean.

There truly isn’t a more charming movie to cheer you up on a dreary weekend. Marty and Doc are (quite literally) electric together and the humour is sweet. You’ll be singing Huey Lewis and the News tunes all day while dreaming of one day owning your own DeLorean. There’s a reason it’s a classic – it’s simply never aged. Yes it’s set in the 80s, but Back to the Future could be released today and it would still be as loved and would more importantly still be considered one of the greatest films ever made. – Helen Daly

Watch Back to the Future on Amazon Prime Video

The Truman Show

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Comedy superstar Jim Carrey proved himself as a gifted dramatic actor with this prophetic offering, which first hit cinemas in 1998, in which he stars as Truman Burbank – a man edmond canada weather unaware his entire life is a fabrication created for a television show watched by the world. When strange things start happening in his quaint neighbourhood, it sparks a thirst for adventure that could be the key to shattering the illusion in which he has been trapped.

While The Truman Show certainly has some funny moments, particularly shared between Carrey and his cold on-screen wife played by Ozark’s Laura Linney, it’s the emotional moments that will likely stick with you longer. Truman becomes an increasingly tragic figure as his life starts to unravel and by the end of the film, you’ll be on the edge of your seat hoping he can free himself once and for all.

Raking in more than $250 million at the global box office, The Truman Show was a mammoth success and went on to score major nominations at the Academy Awards and the BAFTAs. The film was a favourite at the Golden Globes, where both Carrey and co-star Ed Harris won trophies for their performance, while the film also snagged the prize for Best Original Score with its atmospheric soundtrack. – David Craig Watch The Truman Show on Amazon Prime Video

Mean Girls

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A film that has generated no shortage of hilarious GIFs and quotes, Mean Girls is an all-time classic of the teen comedy genre. Written by American comedy star Tina Fey (30 Rock), it introduces us to Cady Heron (Lindsay Lohan), a teenage girl experiencing high school for the first time after a childhood spent being tutored at home.

She quickly discovers a brutal hierarchy dominated by a group called The Plastics, led by the meanest girl of them all: Regina George (Rachel McAdams). An initial attempt to infiltrate and destroy these titans goes awry when Cady finds herself adopting their two-faced tactics as her popularity soars. In the process, she risks losing the people who truly cared about her.

The entire cast are at the top of their game with strong breakout performances from Lohan, McAdams, Lizzy Caplan and Academy Award nominee Amanda Seyfried. Meanwhile, Fey’s script is nothing short of hilarious, occasionally veering into the surrealism that was such a big part of 30 Rock. She returned to pen a stage musical based on the film, which went on to earn 12 nominations at 2018’s Tony Awards. – David Craig Watch Mean Girls on Amazon Prime Video

Raya and the Last Dragon

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The latest animation from Disney, Raya and the Last Dragon takes inspiration from the various countries and cultures of Southeast Asia, including Laos, Vietnam, Cambodia and Thailand. Based in the fantasy world of Kumandra, it tells the tale of a young girl, the titular Raya, who is tasked with finding the kingdom’s last surviving dragon in a bid to stave off the sinister Druun – monsters who have returned to wreak havoc after an absence of 500 years.

When she finds the dragon, though, she is surprised to learn that rather than being the brave and fearless warrior she imagined, she is actually the wacky younger sister of the more heroic dragons of legend. What follows is an excellent adventure with all manner of entertaining side characters, voiced by an all star cast that includes Kelly Marie Tran, Awkwafina, Sandra Oh, Benedict Wong and Gemma Chan.

It’s worth watching for the beautiful animation alone, and the frequent action united states of america zip code are some of the best you’ll find in an animated movie, having been brought to life with the help of a number of martial arts experts. – Patrick Cremona

Watch Raya and the Last Dragon on Amazon Prime Video

Birds of Prey

With Margot Robbie’s charmingly unhinged performance as Harley Quinn being one of the only positives to come out of 2016’s Suicide Squad, it came as no surprise when Warner Bros gave the murderous Fleabag of DC superheroes her own film with Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn).

Set four years after Cara Delevingne’s Enchantress was defeated, the Cathy Yan-directed blockbuster follows Harley Quinn as she processes her break-up from the unseen Joker and without his protection, finds herself in the crosshairs of sadistic Gotham mobster Roman Sionis (Ewan McGregor).

After teaming up with alcoholic detective Renee Montoya (Rosie Perez), super-powered vigilante Black Canary (Jurnee Smollett-Bell), orphaned assassin The Huntress (Mary Elizabeth Winstead) and pick-pocketing child Cassandra Cain (Ella Jay Basco), Harley Quinn fights back against the criminals she’s made enemies of and learns to put her trust in other people.

Featuring a stellar cast, high-stakes chases, huge explosions and captivating fight sequences, Birds of Prey is everything you want from a superhero film and more, with writer Christina Hodson putting a fun, tongue-in-cheek spin on the genre that perfectly epitomises the unpredictable antihero that is Harley Quinn. – Lauren Morris

Watch Birds of Prey on Amazon Prime Video

The Gentlemen

Miramax/YouTube

Superstar director Guy Ritchie went back to his roots for this gangster flick, which serves as a spiritual successor to the likes of Snatch and Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels. The story revolves around Mickey Pearson (Matthew McConaughey), a drug lord looking to get out of the business while keeping his opulent lifestyle intact.

That will be no easy task with enemies lurking around every corner, from rival gangs to sleazy private detectives, all looking to carve up a slice of Mickey’s empire for themselves. While the stakes are high throughout, the film sustains a relatively light tone overall with a witty and chaotic script featuring an abundance of larger-than-life characters.

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Here amazon movies everything else coming to Amazon Prime Video this month.

New on Amazon Prime Video – November 2021

November 1
50/50 (2011)
Alien (1979)
Alien 3 (1992)
Alien Resurrection (1997)
Alien Vs. Predator (2004)
Alpha Dog (2005)
American Assassin (2017)
Born On The Fourth Of July (1989)
Bringing Down The House (2003)
Casanova, Last Love (2021)
Cast Away (2000)
Children Of Men (2006)
Crazy, Stupid, Love (2011)
Dan In Real Life (2007)
Dead Poets Society (1989)
Dragonball Evolution (2009)
Dude, Where’s My Car? (2000)
Eragon (2006)
Fantastic Mr. Fox (2009)
Gnomeo & Juliet (2011)
Hope Springs Eternal (2018)
I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry (2007)
In Time (2011)
It’s Complicated (2009)
Jane Eyre (2011)
Jingle All The Way (1996)
Jingle All The Way 2 (2014)
Johnny English (2003)
Kung Pow: Enter The Fist (2002)
Major Payne (1995)
Meet Dave (2008)
Mrs. Doubtfire (1993)
Predator 2 (1990)
Rushmore (1999)
Sleeping With The Enemy (1991)
Snatch (2000)
Stuck On You (2003)
The Big Year (2011)
The Black Dahlia (2006)
The Constant Gardener (2005)
The Day The Earth Stood Still (2008)
The House Bunny (2008)
The Nutty Professor (1996)
The Nutty Professor II: The Klumps (2000)
Three Men And A Baby (1987)
Undercover Brother (2002)
Vanity Fair (2004)
Vantage Point (2008)
Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988)
Wild Hogs (2007)
Wimbledon (2004)
Baking with Julia: Season 1
Baptiste: Season 1
Courage the Cowardly Dog: Season 1
Family Business: Season 1
Irresponsable: Season 1
Ladies of the Law: Season 1
Magellan: Season 1
Mega Disasters: Season 1
Native America: Season 1
Noggin Knows: Season 1
Power Book II: Ghost: Season 1
Rectify: Season 1
Red Road: Season 1
The Lucy Show: Season 1
The Restaurant: Season 1
The Roy Rogers Show: Season 1
Under Suspicion: Season 1
Wheeler Dealers: Season 1

November 5
The Electrical Life of Louis Wain – Amazon Original Movie (2021)
Snowmance (2017)
The Spruces And The Pines (2017)
Pete the Cat – Amazon Original Series: New Episodes
Tampa Baes – Amazon Original Series: Season 1

November 12
Mayor Pete – Amazon Original Movie (2021)
Finding You (2021)
Always Jane – Amazon Original Series: Season 1

November 16
Beginners (2011)

November 19
Everybody Loves Natti – Amazon Original Series: Season 1
The Wheel of Time – Amazon Original Series: Season 1 

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The following recently added titles received a Metascore of 61 or higher (or are titles of interest that do not have a Metascore). Mediocre and poorly reviewed releases are omitted; this is just the good stuff added within the past few months. Releases are ordered by date added to Amazon (newest first).

Note that items marked Amazon Prime are free to stream for Prime members.

Added November 23▣Really LoveRent or Buy Drama, 2021▣SpencerRent or Buy Drama, 2021Added November 19 Everybody Loves Natti Season 1 Amazon https www santander com br fatura src="http://static.metacritic.com/images/features/_graphics/amazonprime.png" width="45" height="14" alt="Free With Prime"> TV/Reality▣She ParadiseRent or Buy  Drama, 2021Added November 16▣BeginnersMetacritic Must-SeeFree With Prime Drama, 2011Added November 12▣Mayor Pete Amazon original TrailerFree With Prime Documentary, 2021▣Night RaidersRent or Buy Action/Sci-fi/Drama/Thriller, 2021 Pau Gasol: It's About the Journey Miniseries Amazon original TrailerFree With Prime TV/Reality/SportsAdded November 9▣No Time to DieRent Action/Thriller, 2021Added November 5▣The Beta TestRent or Buy Thriller, 2021▣The Electrical Life of Louis WainAmazon originalFree With Prime Drama, 2021▣A Man Named Scott: The Kid Cudi StoryAmazon originalTrailerFree With Prime Documentary/Music, 2021▣Mark, Mary & Some Other PeopleRent or Buy Comedy, 2021 Pete the Cat Additional episodes Amazon originalFree With Prime TV/Animation/Family Tampa Baes Season 1 Amazon originalTrailerFree With Prime TV/RealityAdded November 1▣50/50Free With Prime Comedy/Drama, 2011▣AlienMetacritic Must-SeeFree With Prime Sci-fi/Thriller/Horror, 1979▣Alien: ResurrectionFree With Prime Sci-fi/Thriller/Action, 1997 Baking with Julia Season 1Free With Prime TV/Reality▣Baptiste Season 1Free With Prime TV/Drama▣Born on the Fourth of JulyFree With Prime Drama, 1989▣Cast AwayFree With Prime Drama/Adventure, 2000▣Children of MenMetacritic Must-SeeFree With Prime Sci-fi/Drama/Thriller, 2006▣The Constant GardenerMetacritic Must-SeeFree With Prime Drama, 2005 Courage the Cowardly Dog Season 1Free With Prime TV/Animation/Family▣Crazy, Stupid, LoveFree With Prime Rom-com, 2011▣Dan in Real LifeFree With Prime Rom-com, 2007▣Fantastic Mr. FoxMetacritic Must-SeeFree With Prime Animation/Adventure/Family/Comedy, 2009▣Jane EyreFree With Prime Drama, 2011 Magellan Season 1Free With Prime TV/Foreign/Drama▣The Nutty ProfessorFree With Prime Comedy, 1996 The Restaurant Season 1Free With Prime TV/Foreign/Drama▣Stuck on YouFree With Prime Comedy, 2003▣Three Men and a BabyFree With Prime Comedy, 1987▣Undercover BrotherFree With Prime Action/Comedy, 2002▣Who Framed Roger RabbitMetacritic Must-SeeFree With Prime Animation/Comedy/FamilyAdded October 29 Maradona: Blessed Dream Season 1 Amazon originalTrailerFree With Prime TV/Foreign/DramaAdded October 19▣Escape From MogadishuRent or Buy Foreign/Action/Drama/Thriller, 2021Added October 15▣Akilla's EscapeFree With Prime Drama, 2021▣Held for RansomRent or Buy Drama, 2021 If You Give a Mouse a Cookie Season 2 Part 6 Amazon originalFree With Prime TV/Animation/FamilyAdded October 8 Jessey and Nessy Season 1 Part 4 Amazon originalFree With Prime TV/Family Pan y Circo Season 2 Amazon originalFree With Prime TV/Foreign/TalkAdded October 3▣PrometheusFree With Prime Sci-fi/Action-adventure/Thriller, 2012Added October 1 All or Nothing: Toronto Maple Leafs Amazon originalTrailerFree With Prime TV/Reality/Sports American Masters: Raul Julia: The World’s a StageFree With Prime Documentary, 2019▣AtonementMetacritic Must-SeeFree With Prime Drama, 2007▣The Bad News BearsMetacritic Must-SeeFree With Prime Comedy/Sports/Family, 1976 Beau Sejour Season 1Free With Prime TV/Foreign/Drama▣The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel Free With Prime Drama/Comedy, 2012▣BreachFree With Prime Drama/Thriller, 2007▣BulworthFree With Prime Comedy/Drama, 1998▣Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid Free With Prime Western/Adventure, 1969▣Die Hard 2Free With Prime Action/Thriller, 1990 Do, Re & Mi: Halloween Amazon movies originalFree With Prime Animated holiday special, 2021▣DuplicityFree With Prime Thriller, 2009▣Fight ClubFree With Prime Drama/Thriller, 1999▣Garden StateFree With Prime Drama, 2004▣The GraduateMetacritic Must-SeeFree With Prime Comedy, 1967 I Love Lucy Seasons 1-2Free With Prime TV/Comedy▣Intolerable CrueltyFree With Prime Comedy, 2003▣It's Kind of a Funny StoryFree With Prime Comedy/Drama, 2010 The Kings MiniseriesFree With Prime TV/Documentary/Sports▣Latino Best drugstore bb cream for acne Season 1Free With Prime TV/Reality▣The Life Aquatic With Steve ZissouFree With Prime Comedy/Adventure, 2004▣My Name Is Pauli MurrayAmazon originalTrailerFree With Prime Documentary, 2021 NOVA: The Planets Season 1Free With Prime TV/Documentary/Nature▣Raising ArizonaFree With Prime Comedy, 1987▣Thank You for SmokingFree With Prime Comedy/Drama, 2006▣The Trouble With Maggie Cole Season 1Free With Prime TV/Drama/Comedy The Undertaker Season 1Free With Prime TV/Foreign/DramaAdded September 28▣Free GuyRent/Buy Action-adventure/Sci-fi/Comedy, 2021Added September 24▣Goliath Amazon movies 4 Amazon originalTrailerFree With Prime TV/Drama

The following notable and/or well-reviewed movies and TV shows (including free titles for Prime members as well as titles available for purchase) are scheduled to be added to Prime Video within the coming weeks.

Coming November 24 Do, Re & Mi Holiday Special: Merry NestivusAmazon originalFree for Prime TV special, 2021Coming November 25 All or Nothing: Juventus Amazon originalTrailerFree for Prime TV/Reality/SportsComing November 26 Dog Years (Anni da cane)Amazon originalFree for Prime Foreign/Rom-comComing November 29 BurningAmazon originalFree for Prime Documentary, 2021Coming December 1▣All Is LostMetacritic Must-SeeFree for Prime Adventure, 2013 Bonanza Season 1Free for Prime TV/Western▣A Discovery of Witches Season 1Free for Prime TV/Drama▣Edward ScissorhandsFree for Prime Drama/Fantasy, 1990 The Jeffersons Seasons 1-11Free for Prime TV?Comedy▣Little WomenMetacritic Must-SeeFree for Prime Drama/Family, 1994▣Pineapple ExpressFree for Prime Comedy, 2008▣RoninFree for Prime Action/Thriller, 1998▣The Royal TenenbaumsFree for Prime Comedy/Drama, 2001 Sanford and Son Seasons 1-6Free for Prime TV/Comedy▣Sleepless in SeattleFree for Prime Rom-com/Drama, 1993▣Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby Free for Prime Comedy, 2006▣The Usual SuspectsFree for Prime Drama/Thriller, 1995▣What's Love Got to Do With It Free for Prime Drama, 1993Coming December 3▣Harlem Season 1 Amazon originalTrailerFree for Prime TV/Comedy Inside Edge Season 3 Amazon originalTrailerFree for Prime TV/Foreign/Drama▣We Are XFree for Prime alaskan kee kai, 2016Coming December 8 FC Bayern – Behind the Legend Season 1 Amazon originalFree for Prime TV/Reality/SportsComing December 9 The Ferragnez Season 1 Amazon originalFree for Prime TV/RealityComing December 10▣EncounterAmazon originalTrailerFree for Prime Sci-fi/Thriller, 2021▣The Expanse Season 6 Amazon originalTrailerFree for Prime TV/Drama/Sci-fi LOL: Last One Laughing Mexico Season 3 Amazon originalFree for Prime TV/ComedyComing December 16▣Theory of EverythingFree for Prime Drama, 2014Coming December 17▣With Love Season 1 Amazon originalFree for Prime TV/Rom-comComing December 20▣Who You Think I AmFree for Prime Drama, 2021Coming December 21▣Being the RicardosAmazon originalTrailerFree for Prime Drama, 2021Coming December 23 Yearly DepartedAmazon originalFree for Prime Comedy special, 2021Coming January 7, 2022▣The Tender BarAmazon originalTrailerFree for Prime Drama, 2021Coming January 21, 2022 As We See It Season 1 Amazon originalTrailerFree for Prime TV/Drama/Comedy▣A HeroAmazon originalTrailerFree for Prime Foreign/Drama, 2021Coming February 4, 2022▣Book of LoveAmazon originalFree for Prime Rom-com, 2022 The Legend of Vox Machina Season 1 Amazon originalFree for Prime TV/Animation/FantasyComing February 11, 2022▣I Want You BackAmazon originalFree for Prime Comedy, 2022Coming March 7, 2022 2022 Academy of Country Music AwardsAmazon originalFree for Prime Live special, 2022Coming September 2, 2022 untitled Lord of the Rings series Season 1 Amazon originalFree for Prime TV/Drama/Fantasy
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The 54 best movies on Amazon Prime Video right now

With Thanksgiving almost behind us and December in our sights, we’re going to be switching gears into the holiday spirit, which means Christmas movies 0-plenty. But too much of a good thing can be bad, so why not balance things out with something from Amazon Prime Video’s massive library of movies across every conceivable genre, including award-winning originals, knee-slapping comedies, nail-biting horrors, enlightening documentaries, animated masterpieces, and dramatic dramas.

But finding something to watch on Prime Video isn’t always easy, so we’ve put together this curated list of the best movies on Amazon Prime Video, ranked using a combination of our own preferences as well as critical ratings from Rotten Tomatoes, Metacritic, and IMDb. So stop scrolling and start watching.

We’ve also put together guides to the best shows on Prime Video, the best movies on Hulu, the best movies on Netflix, and the best movies on Disney+.

Digital Trends streaming roundup

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More than 50 titles coming to Amazon Prime Video this week

It’s not just a new week this week on Amazon Prime Video. We have a new month, and that means plenty of content is arriving throughout the week.

There are 52 titles arriving on Amazon Prime Video throughout this week. The majority of them will drop on Dec. 1. This is the time for Amazon to drop the majority of its content, allowing you to choose when and how you watch the content throughout the month.

We also have a couple of Amazon Originals arriving during the week that are certainly not to be ignored. We’ll pick out some of the notable titles before sharing the full list. It could get a bit overwhelming.

A Discovery of Witches, Burning, Harlem, and more

The first release of the week is Burning. The Amazon Original is a documentary that looks back at the Black Summer of 2019/2020 in Australia. We get a look at the wildfires that were the biggest the country had ever seen, looking at why they happened and how firefighters worked around the clock to put them out.

This is also a chance to discuss climate change. It’s a look at the fight of the people as they try to bring change to the country.

If you want something fictional, there are some great releases throughout the week. A Discovery of Witches Season 1 drops on Amazon Prime Video on Wednesday, Dec. 1. Only the first season is available with your Prime membership with the second season available via Amazon Channels.

You’ll also be able to check out the epic romantic movie Sleepless in Seattle. For those who prefer a horror, Halloween and Halloween II (yes, the 1980s movies) are dropping. And we can’t overlook the likes of The Hunt for Red October and Edward Scissorhands.

Later in the week, there is an Amazon Original worth checking out. Harlem is a comedy that follows a group of girlfriends living life in Harlem. These girlfriends are all ambitions, and we get to follow their lives with plenty of ups and downs.

We also can’t forget the next episode of The Wheel of Time. Episode 5 drops at the end of the week, bringing us answers to that epic ending to the previous episode.

Everything coming to Amazon Prime Video this week

November 29

Movies

*Burning (2021)

December 1

Movies

Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter (2012)
Alex Cross (2013)
All Is Lost (2013)
Dr. Seuss’ The Cat In The Hat (2003)
Edward Scissorhands (1990)
End Of Days (1999)
Guess Who (2005)
Halloween II (1981)
Halloween III: Season Of The Witch (1982)
Jennifer’s Body (2009)
Little Women (1994)
Mistletoe Mixup (2021)
Mr. Popper’s Penguins (2011)
Pineapple Express (2008)
Pineapple Express (Unrated) (2008)
Ronin (1998)
Sleepless In Seattle (1993)
Soul Surfer (2011)
Talladega Nights: The Ballad Of Ricky Bobby (2006)
The Hunt For Red October (1990)
The Proposal (2009)
The Royal Tenenbaums (2002)
The Thin Red Line (1998)
The Usual Suspects (1995)
The Waterboy (1998)
Tyler Perry’s The Family That Preys (2008)
Under The Tuscan Sun (2003)
What’s Love Got To Do With It (1993)
White As Snow (2021)

Series

A Discovery of Witches: Season 1 (AMC+)
A House Divided: Season 1 (ALLBLK)
Believe (2016) (UP Faith & Family)
Bonanza: Season 1 (Best Westerns Ever)
Brad Meltzer’s Decoded: Season 1 (HISTORY Vault)
Christmas Everlasting (2020) (Hallmark Movies Now)
Hallmark Drama’s Christmas Cookie Matchup: Season 1 (Hallmark Movies Now)
Hostages: Season 1 (Topic)
My Crazy Ex: Season 1 (A&E Crime Central)
Roadkill: Season 1 (MotorTrend)
Sanford: Seasons 1-2
Sanford And Son: Seasons 1-6
Signed, Sealed, Delivered for Christmas (2014) (Hallmark Movies Now)
The Gulf: Season 1 (Acorn TV)
The Jeffersons: Seasons 1-11
The Perfect Wedding Match (2021) (UP Faith & Family)
The Tom & Jerry Show: Season 1 (Boomerang)
When Calls the Heart: Home for Christmas: Season 7 (Hallmark Movies Now)

December 3

Movies

Joe Bell (2020)
We Are X (2016)

Series

*Harlem – Amazon Original Series: Season 1

*The Wheel of Time — Amazon Original Series: Season 1, Episode 5

What are you watching on Amazon Prime Video this week? What are you looking forward to watching in December 2021? Let us know in the comments below.

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7 new movies and TV shows on Netflix, Amazon Prime, HBO Max and more this weekend

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Here’s what’s new on Netflix and other streamers this weekend

It’s not even December yet, but that hasn’t stopped the Christmas movies arriving on streamers thick and fast. Yes, Halloween has been and gone, so expect holly to replace horror for at least the next month.

That sled-load of festive filmmaking begins now, with the likes of A Boy Called Christmas, 8-Bit Christmas and Robin Robin here to remind us that the holiday season is indeed just around the corner (sort of). Hell, even HawkeyeDisney Plus’ latest MCU show – is holiday themed.

Below, we’ve rounded up the seven biggest additions coming to streamers over the next few days, with Netflix, Prime Video and HBO Max all benefiting from new movies and TV series worth tuning into this November weekend.

Hawkeye (Disney Plus)

Following in the footsteps of WandaVision, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier,Loki, and What If.?, Hawkeye arrives iboc app Disney Plus this week to continue Marvel’s ambitious Phase 4 plans.

In this six-part, Christmas-set series, Clint Barton (aka Hawkeye) finds himself in teacher mode as he takes a new Hawkeye, Hailee Steinfeld’s Kate Bishop, under his wing. This one takes its cues from the Matt Fraction and David Aja run 1st day of fall pictures comic books, and is expected to feature both Daredevil's Kingpin (Vincent D'Onofrio) and Black Widow’s Yelena Belova (Florence Pugh). 

We sat down with director Rhys Thomas and producer Trinh Tran to discuss the series in more detail, and the pair even teased the role of the multiverse in Marvel’s latest serialised adventure. You’ll find the first two episodes available to stream on Disney Plus right now. 

Episodes 1 and 2 are now available to stream on Disney Plus

A Boy Called Christmas (Netflix) 

A collaboration with UK broadcaster Sky, Gil Kenan's A Boy Called Christmas follows the journey of Nikolas, a seemingly ordinary boy who sets out on an adventure in search of his father and the fabled village of the elves. 

Standard Christmas fare, then, but this one also boasts a stacked cast which includes Maggie Smith, Kristen Wiig, Jim Broadbent and Sally Hawkins – so expect fuzzy, festive feels for all the family.

We're not going to suggest that A Boy Called Christmas is Godfather-level filmmaking, but we reckon it’ll still make for a heartwarming watch in the run-up to Christmas. As you’d expect, UK viewers will find this one on Sky, rather than Netflix.

Now available to stream on Netflix in the US

The Beatles: Get Back (Disney Plus) 

Much has been made of the runtime for The Beatles: Get Back and, well, fans are right to raise jose tejas woodbridge eyebrow – Peter Jackson’s three-part music documentary is six hours long. Still, that’s an acceptable figure given the 60 hours of footage director Michael Lindsay-Hogg captured of the world’s most famous band in 1969. 

That year, the Beatles wrote and rehearsed 14 new songs that would eventually end up on their final albums, Abbey Road and Let It Be, and Jackson spent three years editing and amazon movies Lindsay-Hogg’s material to offer audiences an unprecedented look at how those seminal works came together.

Come for the BTS footage, but stay for the band’s legendary final concert, performed from the rooftop of their London headquarters and shown here amazon movies its entirety for the first time in history.

Now available to stream on Disney Plus

Bruised (Netflix) 

In Halle Berry’s directorial debut, a disgraced MMA fighter (played by Berry herself) is forced to find redemption in the cage when the son she gave up as an infant unexpectedly re-enters her life. 

If that all sounds rather clichéd, that’s because it is, but Berry filmed parts of this one while suffering from a set of broken ribs (in fear of being shut down), so we’re inclined to support her efforts on that basis alone.

Reviews have been mixed so far, but boxing and MMA fans will likely find lots to love here – including all the Rocky tropes one could hope to see in a movie.

Now available to stream on Netflix

8-Bit Christmas (HBO Max) 

This HBO Max-exclusive holiday movie is set in 1980s Chicago and centers on a 10-year-old boy who hopes to get the ultimate Christmas gift: a Nintendo. Here at TechRadar, that’s a wish we can get behind (and since it’s Black Friday, check out our Black Friday Nintendo Switch deals, won’t you?).

Michael Dowse directs this adaptation of Kevin Jakubowski's book with a cast that includes Neil Iowa state bank realty Harris, June Diane Raphael, Steve Zahn and newcomer Winslow Fegley. To be honest, it looks like dumb fun, but also worth watching if silly Chrismas films are your thing.

8-Bit Christmas is only available to HBO Max subscribers in the US, though, so UK viewers will have to wait until this one lands on Sky (as it surely will do before the day itself).

Now available to stream on HBO Max

Robin Robin (Netflix)

Ramping up the festive cheer even further is Robin Robin, a 30-minute short from Wallace and Gromit studio Aardman Animations which follows the identity crisis of a robin who thinks she’s a mouse – yes, really. 

This endearing adventure is directed by duo Michael Please and Dan Ojari, and features the voices of Gillian Anderson and Richard E. Grant. It also sees Aardman swapping clay for felt in its quest to tug at your heartstrings.

Of all the Christmas-themed content we’ve listed so far, we reckon this’ll be the one to bring you the most joy. And, at just half an hour, there’s really no risk involved in giving it a try.

Now available to stream on Netflix

All or Nothing: Juventus (Amazon Prime Video) 

One for the sports fans, here. All or Nothing: Juventus continues Amazon’s popular behind-the-scenes series to this time take a look inside the inner temple of Italy’s most successful football club during the 2020/21 season.

Incidentally, that season marked the first time Juventus failed to win the league since 2011, meaning Amazon chose the best moment in a decade to go behind the curtain of the European giants.

If you’re not a football (sorry, soccer…) fan, it’s unlikely you’ll find much to interest you here, but sports fans in general will undoubtedly come away from All or Nothing: Juventus having enjoyed a good time.

Now available to stream on Prime Video

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