Amazon Prime Video has just added 32 huge movies to its library 1 week ago

Amazon Prime Video has just added 32 huge movies to its library

Some genuine classics in the mix here.

Having just last week added 54 huge movies to its library, you'd be forgiven for thinking that Amazon Prime Video had nothing left to give.

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But no, because here is another massive list of new additions to their streaming library...

The Bucket List

Jack Nicholson and Morgan Freeman play two terminally ill men who escape their hospital ward and head off on a series of adventures, doing all the things they wanted to do before they die. You will laugh. You will cry.

Cloud Atlas

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An all-star cast features in this ambitious but messy sci-fi epic from the directors of The Matrix.

The Corpse Bride

Tim Burton directs and Johnny Depp provides the voice work for this much-loved darkly comic animated tale.

Due Date

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The director of The Hangover pairs up Robert Downey Jr. and Zack Galifiankis for this so-so road trip comedy.

Farmageddon: A Shaun The Sheep Movie

A wordless marvel for the entire family to enjoy.

The General

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Buster Keaton's classic 1926 comedy.

Jack The Giant Slayer

Bryan Singer directs Nicholas Hoult in this big-budget retelling of the classic fairytale.

Journey 2: The Mysterious Island

The Rock replaces Brendan Fraser in this family-friendly action-adventure.

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The Lucky One

Zac Efron and Taylor Schilling star in this not-great romantic drama.

Magic Mike XXL

The stripper sequel is, in many ways, better than the original. The three-quel is currently in production.

Man Of Steel

Henry Cavill impresses as Superman in Zack Snyder's dark and gritty origin story.

Murder By Numbers

Sandra Bullock and an early-in-his-career Ryan Gosling star in this decent serial killer thriller.

My Big Fat Greek Wedding

At one point, this was the most successful rom-com of all time.

My Fake Boyfriend

A brand new arrival, and just in time for Pride month. In order to make his ex jealous, a man (Keiynan Lonsdale) creates a new boyfriend entirely online. Things get tricky when he then actually meets the man of his dreams, but has to keep the fake online charade going.

Neighbours & Neighbours 2

The Seth Rogen/Zac Efron/Rose Byrne comedies about warring neighbours are both good for a laugh.

The Notebook

Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams feature in this beloved romantic drama.

Parasite

One of the best movies of the last decade.

Radioactive

Rosamund Pike headlines this biopic about groundbreaking scientist Marie Curie.

Runaway Bride

Pretty Woman stars Richard Gere and Julia Roberts try to recapture the magic. They mostly fail.

Signs

M. Night Shyamalan's alien invasion thriller features some great performances and decent scares.

Sunshine

Danny Boyle sends an all-star cast into space in order to re-ignite the sun. Holds up as one of the best sci-fi movies of the century.

Sweet Home Alabama

Reese Witherspoon heads up this daft but enjoyable rom-com.

Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street

Tim Burton and Johnny Depp again, this time taking on the hit musical.

There's Something About Mary

The directors of Dumb & Dumber put a gross twist on the usual rom-com conventions.

Unbreakable

Bruce Willis and Samuel L. Jackson feature in this grounded revision of the superhero (and supervillain) origin story.

Unstoppable

Denzel Washington and Chris Pine star in this action-thriller based on a true story about a runaway train.

The Village

M. Night Shyamalan again, with a moody period thriller about a self-isolated group of people being tormented by a monster in the nearby woods.

Warcraft

Moon director Duncan Jones was given a huge budget for this video game adaptation that tried so hard to be the next Lord of the Rings. It isn't terrible.

The Witches

The good one, from 1990.

The Witches

The bad one, from 2020.

Yes Man

Jim Carrey can't say no. To anything. Humorous chaos ensues.