Prime Video has added 12 very big movies to its library 5 months ago

Prime Video has added 12 very big movies to its library

Great news for Prime Video subscribers this week!

We've picked out a dozen new arrivals to the Prime Video movie library this week. Some are great, some are not so great, but you'll probably want to know about all of them anyways...

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THE BEST MAN
Taye Diggs, Terence Howard and Regina Hall headline this rom-com about a wedding and its guests that are all sent into a spiral when big revelations are made in the hours leading up to the big day.

DUMB & DUMBER
The classic comedy about two best friends (Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels) who head off on a cross-country road trip to reunite a woman with her lost briefcase. The absolutely terrible prequel, Dumb & Dumberer: When Harry Met Lloyd, has also been added to Prime Video, but is best avoided.

HONEY
A critically-hated movie about a choreographer (Jessica Alba), this has maintained a huge cult fanbase since it was released in 2003.

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LIFE
The first of a number of Eddie Murphy movies added to Prime Video this week. This one deals with two men (Murphy and Martin Lawrence) who are given life in prison for a crime they didn't commit. Again, not fantastically received upon release in 1999, but has developed a big cult following since then.

A MILLION MILES AWAY
A Prime Video exclusive, this movie tells the true story of NASA flight engineer José Hernández (here played by Michael Pêna). The drama has a score of 90% on Rotten Tomatoes.

THE NUTTY PROFESSOR
Another Eddie Murphy comedy, this one a remake of the classic comedy about an overweight scientist who develops a formula that sheds him of the excess weight, but completely transforms his personality in the process. The not-good sequel, The Nutty Professor II: The Klumps, has also been added to Prime Video.

TERMINATOR: GENISYS
The fifth in the Terminator series, this is the one that had Emilia Clarke playing a younger version of Sarah Connor. Some of the action sequences are okay, but overall, this is undoubtedly the worst in the franchise so far.

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TROPIC THUNDER
While making a war movie, the cast (Ben Stiller, Robert Downey Jr., Jack Black, etc.) find themselves caught up in a real war situation. Tom Cruise steals the show with his obnoxious producer performance.

THE TRUMAN SHOW
Recently celebrating its 25th anniversary, this brilliant Jim Carrey comedic drama practically predicted the future of reality TV.

WELCOME HOME ROSCOE JENKINS
Martin Lawrence headlines an ensemble cast, playing a successful radio DJ who returns to his small town home for his parents' 50th wedding anniversary, and annoyingly finds himself being reminded of who he was when he was younger.

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