Amazon Prime Video has just added 37 huge movies to its library
Some properly brilliant additions to Amazon Prime Video this month.
If you're looking for something to watch, then Amazon Prime Video has you covered. Subscribers can choose from some really, REALLY good movies which have just been added to their streaming library. However, they're not ALL great, which is where we come in, to help separate the Amazon Prime Video good from the Amazon Prime Video bad...
12 ANGRY MEN
An absolutely brilliant classic courtroom drama in which one juror is the only person who doesn't think the verdict of the murder trial they're working on is as cut and dry as it appears.
AMERICAN PIE / 2 / WEDDING / REUNION
All four of the American Pies. Much like pies themselves, they haven't aged well.
ARMY OF DARKNESS
The third outing in the Sam Raimi/Bruce Campbell Evil Dead trilogy sends our hero back in time to battle an army of the undead. Loads and loads of fun.
A disturbing drama starring Ryan Gosling as a Jewish Nazi in New York. 83% on Rotten Tomatoes.
A BIGGER SPLASH
Tilda Swinton, Ralph Fiennes, Dakota Johnson and Matthias Schoenaerts star in this psychological drama about two couples who get very caught up in each other's private lives while holidaying in the Mediterranean.
David Lynch's iconic murder mystery, kicked off with the discovery of an ear in the middle of a field. Dennis Hopper, Laura Dern, Isabelle Rossellini and Kyle MacLachlan star.
Written by, directed by and starring Taika Waititi, playing the father to a young boy, who had led his son to believe that his life was a lot more adventure-filled than it actually is.
The much-loved comedy about a single woman (Kristen Wiig) who sees her life begin to skid out when her best friend (Maya Rudolph) announces her engagement.
The 2019 reboot with Kristen Stewart, Ella Balinska and Naomi Scott. Check out our interview with those stars for this movie right here:
A darkly funny revenge thriller, in which Liam Neeson plays a mild-mannered father who begins to pick off members of a powerful criminal organisation after they murdered his son.
A decent cast (Jason Sudeikis, Judy Greer, Lee Pace, Corey Stoll) star in this decent true-life comedy (63% on Rotten Tomatoes).
E.T.: THE EXTRA TERRESTRIAL
To some, Spielberg's best ever movie. Not to us, but to some.
Alicia Vikander, Oscar Isaac and Domhnall Gleeson star in one of the very best sci-fi movies of the last ten years.
Robert De Niro and the late, great Philip Seymour Hoffman star in this comedy drama about a grumpy old man and his drag queen neighbour.
HANNAH AND HER SISTERS
The first of two Woody Allen movies added, this one about a woman that discovers her husband is having an affair with her sister. Mia Farrow, Diane Wiest, Michael Caine and more star.
Colin Farrell and Brendan Gleeson feature in this darkly comic assassin story. Check out the lads and writer/director Martin McDonagh on the movie's most recent anniversary here:
JAWS / 2 / 3-D / THE REVENGE
The first one is great. The rest are not.
KICK-ASS / KICK-ASS 2
The first one is great. The second one is not (although Jim Carrey is pretty great in it).
KING OF NEW YORK
Christopher Walken headlines this crime drama as a psychotic drug kingpin who is pretty insistent about sharing his ill-gotten wealth with the poor on the street.
THE LAST HOUSE ON THE LEFT
Wes Craven's highly controversial 1972 horror following a pair of rapists and serial killers who become targeted by the parents of one of their victims.
LAST TANGO IN PARIS
Marlon Brando headlines this erotic drama about a man who gets involved with a potentially dangerous younger woman while he's in mourning for his recently deceased wife.
The big-screen adaptation features Russell Crowe, Hugh Jackman and an Oscar-winning Anne Hathaway.
The other Woody Allen addition, playing a character who begins to wonder if his future might be better spent with this mistress (Diane Keaton) of his best friend.
Julia Roberts is the evil witch in this highly stylised adaptation of Snow White.
Mandy Moore, Jena Malone and Macauley Culkin star in this massively under-appreciated teen comedy.
Following a nice ice age apocalypse, the few survivors are forced to live on a constantly moving train, but things soon descend into anarchy on board. A brilliant sci-fi action thriller with Chris Evans, Tilda Swinton and Ed Harris.
SPACE JAM / SPACE JAM: A NEW LEGACY
Nostalgia would have you believe the first one of these was good. That isn't something that can be gifted to the dead-eyed sequel.
SPIDER-MAN: FAR FROM HOME
Tom Holland continues to charm in this role of Peter Parker, this time dealing with potential Iron Man-surrogate figure Mysterio (Jake Gyllenhaal) as super-powered beings attack Europe.
An odd cult classic, kind of like Mad Max meets Barb Wire, starring Lori Petty and Naomi Watts.
These additions are for customers on Amazon Prime Video in Ireland and the UK and may not apply to customers outside of those areas.
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