Amazon Prime Video has just added 29 huge movies to its library 7 months ago

Amazon Prime Video has just added 29 huge movies to its library

Some great new additions for Amazon Prime Video users this week!

Amazon Prime Video has added LOADS of movies to its streaming service to kick your July off in a great way. Here they are, in good ol' alphabetical order:

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17 Again

Matthew Perry wishes he could be young again, and one day he wakes up as a high schooler, in the body of Zac Efron. But will he regret what he wished for? (Spoilers: yes.)

21 Jump Street / 22 Jump Street

Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill headline this pair of very entertaining action comedies about two grown men going undercover as high school - and then college - students. Both of them have been added to Amazon Prime Video this week.

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Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues

The sequel is nowhere near as funny as the original, but there are still some very funny segments to be found throughout.

The Apartment

Jack Lemmon and Shirley MacLaine star in one of the greatest rom-coms of all time.

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Argo

The movie that made us all sit up and pay attention to how good a director Ben Affleck can be.

Bad Moms

Mila Kunis, Christina Applegate, Kathryn Hahn and Kristen Bell star in this comedy about a group of moms who have had enough and decide to drop all responsibilities.

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Be Cool

The long-delayed sequel to the incredible Get Shorty is an embarrassment. But it does feature an early-career performance by The Rock, who steals every scene he's in.

Brokeback Mountain

Heartbreaking romance about two men (Heath Ledger and Jake Gyllenhaal) who fall in love, but must hide their relationship from the outside world.

Bumblebee

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The best of the Transformers movies.

Casino

Often overlooked as a bit of a Goodfellas remix, this Robert DeNiro/Joe Pesci/Sharon Stone crime epic is actually quite brilliant all on its own.

The Dark Tower

The big screen adaptation of Stephen King's epic fantasy was a total dud, wasting the talented pairing of Idris Elba and Matthew McConaughey.

Daybreakers

In a future where pretty much all humans have been turned into vampires, a cure could potentially turn the world upside down. A decent sci-fi action horror with Ethan Hawke, Willem Dafoe and Sam Neill.

Deep Impact

The asteroid movie that isn't Armageddon. Features a pretty brilliant tidal wave sequence.

Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters

Jeremy Renner and Gemma Arterton star in this action horror which puts a grown-up, violent spin on the fairytale. It... isn't great.

A Hologram for the King

An odd comedic drama with Tom Hanks trying to land a big deal in the Middle East.

The Intern

A likeable enough comedy with Robert DeNiro trying to restart his career late in life, becoming the assistant to the boss (Anne Hathaway) of an online fashion site.

Little Fockers

The third one. The awful one.

Mamma Mia!

Meryl Streep, Pierce Brosnan, Colin Firth and more star in this much-loved musical rom-com.

My Best Friend's Girl

Dane Cook cemented himself as one of the most annoying romantic comedy leads of all time with this unlikeable outing.

Rollerball

The 2002 remake of the classic 70s sci-fi actioner, with Chris Klein, LL Cool J and Jean Reno. It was a critical and commercial bomb, and rightfully so.

Safety Not Guaranteed

A really brilliant rom-com about a journalist (Aubrey Plaza) who responds to an advert from a man (Mark Duplass) who is looking for a companion to join him in his time travel machine.

School Of Rock

Jack Black's classic musical comedy, never a bad time to watch this one.

Transformers

Four of the five Michael Bay entries in the franchise have been added. Revenge of the Fallen, Dark of the Moon and The Last Knight are now all on Amazon Prime Video, but for some reason, Age Of Extinction is not.

WarGames

A great 80s movie about a teenager (Matthew Broderick) who accidentally hacks in a super computer and might be about to accidentally start World War III.

Wimbeldon

Paul Bettany and Kirsten Dunst star in this likeable rom-com about two players against the backdrop of the famous tennis competition.

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