Amazon Prime Video has just quietly added 23 big movies to its library
Horror, comedy, romance, war epics and comic book adaptations are all in the mix.
Just a week on from adding 51 big movies to its library, Amazon Prime Video has only gone and done it again, with another 23 additions.
Check them all out here, starting with...
BIRDS OF PREY
The sorta-sequel, sorta-spin-off to the first Suicide Squad (while also very much still its own thing), this violent comic book adaptation of the all-ladies group of anti-heroes is actually one of the best DC movies to date.
Check out our chats with the movie's stars Margot Robbie and Jurnee Smollett-Bell right here:
Pollyanna McIntosh directs and stars in this horror movie about a feral teenage girl who is taken in by a strict group of Catholics and prepared for her first communion. 68% on Rotten Tomatoes suggests a love-it-or-hate-it vibe.
THE EQUALIZER 2
The revenge action-thriller sequel isn't as good as the original, but it is still Denzel Washington as the unstoppable force of justice, so it is never less than watchable. Check out our chats with Washington about the sequel right here:
Michael Keaton is great in this otherwise average drama about the somewhat ruthless guy who "created" the McDonalds franchise.
An all-star cast, including Ryan Gosling, Emma Stone, Josh Brolin, Sean Penn and Anthony Mackie, can't elevate this crime thriller to above "just okay".
THE HITCHHIKER'S GUIDE TO THE GALAXY
This adaptation of the much-loved sci-fi comedy is fun in places, mostly thanks to the spot-on performances by Martin Freeman and Mos Def.
Of the two Hitman movies, both based on the fantastic series of games, this Timothy Olyphant-fronted adaptation is definitely the better of the two, while still being pretty darned bad.
THE LEAGUE OF EXTRAORDINARY GENTLEMEN
After the huge success of Blade, the director of that movie attempted to bring Alan Moore's unfilmable graphic novel to life. Sean Connery is great in the lead, but everything else is a bit of a mess.
THE LEGENDS OF THE FALL
This epic western is pretty much the exact moment the entire world fell in love with Brad Pitt.
MASTER AND COMMANDER: THE FAR SIDE OF THE WORLD
One of the most underappreciated blockbusters ever made, definitely worth checking out.
The movie that everyone forgets Danny Boyle directed, telling the story of a young boy who discovers a huge amount of cash in his own back garden and tries to spend it altruistically.
THE OTHER WOMAN
Three women (Cameron Diaz, Leslie Mann, Kate Upton) find out that they're all being cheated on by the same man (Jaime Lannister from Game of Thrones). They decide to get revenge. "Comedy" ensues.
ROAD TO PERDITION
A fantastic mobster drama involving a hitman (Tom Hanks) going on the run with his son from his own former employers.
The animated movie that had a lot of young people asking "Am I attracted to a cartoon fox?"
Brie Larson won the Best Actress Oscar for her portrayal of a woman who has just escaped captivity from her kidnapper, having spent the last few years in a room with no windows.
THE SECRET LIFE OF WALTER MITTY
Ben Stiller stars in and directs this comedy drama who gives everything up and spontaneously travels around the world on adventures. It is supposed to be life-affirming, but it doesn't quite land that way.
"Nice dress." "Thanks, it's a Ver-sayce."
SLEEPING WITH THE ENEMY
Julia Roberts runs away from her abusive husband in the middle of the night and attempts to start a new life, but he isn't going to let her go that easily.
Danny Boyle's big Oscar-winner tells the story of a young man who uses his life experiences to win Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?
THIS MEANS WAR
Best friends and spies Chris Pine and Tom Hardy both fall in love with Reece Witherspoon. Considering the cast involved, it should've been funnier and sexier.
TINKER TAILOR SOLDIER SPY
One of the greatest spy movies ever made.
WALK THE LINE
Reece Witherspoon won the Best Actress Oscar for her portrayal of June Carter opposite Joaquin Phoenix as Johnny Cash in this musical biopic.
Mickey Rourke was nominated for his performance in this touching movie about fading wrestler on the verge of retirement who finds a new lust for life outside of the ring.