Amazon Prime Video has quietly added 23 new movies to its library
Some new movies for the weekend, you say?
It's that time of the week again – we're here to reveal a bunch of movies that have unceremoniously dropped on a major streaming service over the past few days.
The platform in question is Amazon Prime Video.
The movies in question? Read on...
Body of Lies
Leonardo DiCaprio and Russell Crowe attempt some dangerous espionage missions in Ridley Scott's 'really should be a bit better than it ultimately is' thriller.
Neil 'District 9' Blomkamp crafts another weirdo sci-fi vision of the future, this time centring around an adorable robot named Chappie.
Jon Favreau plays the dating game in this culinary-themed dramedy.
Robert Downey Jr. and Zach Galifiankis go on the road in a raucous comedy.
Four Weddings and a Funeral
Love Actually: Origins. Kind of. Not really. You know what I mean.
Nicolas Cage's first attempt at stepping into the flaming skull of Johnny Blaze.
A Knight's Tale
Heath Ledger shines in a medieval action comedy.
Reese Witherspoon's arch comedy has since become a cult favourite.
Yet another Hollywood action movie that has no idea how to properly utilise Iko Uwais of The Raid fame but if you're after some mindless thrills, you'll find them here.
Sam Rockwell is superb as an astronaut dealing with a uniquely existential crisis.
The 2008 – and extremely violent – vintage.
Rocky – Rocky Balboa
All six Rocky movies are ready for you to step into the ring with them.
As is Creed, which is arguably the best Rocky-related movie of them all?
Tim Burton's bloody imagining of the demon barber of Fleet Street.
The Usual Suspects
Acclaimed and twisty 90s crime drama that hasn't aged well in certain regards.
War of the Worlds
Regular dad Tom Cruise tries to survive an alien invasion.
Terry Crews is good in it, I guess?
David Fincher's incredible account of the pursuit of the notorious Zodiac killer gets better every time you watch it.