Amazon Prime Video has just quietly added 24 huge movies to its library
Some genuine modern classics, as well as one of this year's biggest awards magnets.
Very recently, Amazon Prime Video has added two of its biggest shows - The Lake and The Summer I Turned Pretty - so if you're looking for some new series to check out, they're both there for you.
But if you're in more of a movie mood, then we've got some good news on that front, too...
A young girl (Lulu Wilson) has her weekend away reconnecting with her father turned upside down by the arrival of an escaped convict (Kevin James). Despite the presence of the rom-com king, it is actually not terrible: 71% on Rotten Tomatoes.
Centred around Tom Hardy's career-making performance as incarcerated criminal Charles Bronson.
THE CHRONICLES OF RIDDICK
Big budget Pitch Black sequel sees Riddick (Vin Diesel) at the centre of a huge intergalactic power struggle.
Keanu Reeves entry into the world of comic books in this scary, violent mystery involving demons, angels and The Devil himself. Very, very, very good movie.
Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart star in this comedy about a man getting ready to spend some time in prison. Very, very, very bad movie.
HOUSE OF GUCCI
When the movie arrived in Irish cinemas in November 2021, we said it had the best sex scene from a big Hollywood movie in years. Lady Gaga, Adam Driver, Al Pacino, Jared Leto and more are directed by Ridley Scott in this true-story drama. Check out our interview with star Jeremy Irons right here:
HOW TO BE SINGLE
Dakota Johnson, Leslie Mann, Rebel Wilson and Alison Brie star in this rom-com about a group of women who each tackle their struggles with being single in the modern world.
The directors of The Matrix delivered another huge-in-scope action/sci-fi movie, with Channing Tatum and Mila Kunis attempting to save the universe from an evil royal regime.
THE KARATE KID (1984) / THE KARATE KID PART II
The first two, with Ralph Macchio.
THE KARATE KID (2010) / THE NEXT KARATE KID
The reboot, with Jaden Smith, and the other sorta-reboot, with Hilary Swank.
A very grounded take on a Godzilla-esque story, with a group of scientists venturing into a part of Mexico that has essentially been lost to a herd of huge creatures that crash-landed there from outer space.
A group of strangers, including one of the most dangerous criminals in the galaxy (Vin Diesel), must work together when they crash land on an empty planet. Or, at least, it is empty during the day...
ROMEO + JULIET
Baz Luhrmann's modern retelling of Shakespeare's classic romance features Leonardo DiCaprio and Claire Danes as the doomed lovers. Check out our interview with Luhrmann below, who compares DiCaprio in this to working with Austin Butler in his new Elvis movie:
STEP UP / STEP UP 2 THE STREETS / STEP UP ALL IN / STEP UP REVOLUTION
The first two are good. The next two are not.
Ben Affleck stars in and directs this brilliant crime drama about the leader of a group of bank robbers who begins to fall in love with a woman (Rebecca Hall), who was a hostage during one of his heists.
All of Hollywood's beautiful people star in this swords 'n' sandals epic.
Spielberg directs this adaptation of the hit stage play, detailing the relationship between a young man (Jeremy Irvine) and his beloved horse, against the backdrop of World War I.
If you loved Happy Gilmore, then you might like this other "Adam Sandler is angry about sports" comedy.
David Fincher's classic true-life thriller about a group of journalists and detectives attempting to find the true identity of the Zodiac serial killer.