Prime Video quietly adds 15 big movies to its library
Some great new additions to Prime Video this week.
We've scoured Prime Video for the new movie additions this week, and here are 15 new arrivals that we reckon deserve your attention.
One of 2024's Oscar favourites has been added to Prime Video this week.
The movie that essentially predicted the pandemic and turned into a way-too-real horror film in the last few years.
With the fourth (and hopefully final, because it is terrible) entry in this franchise in cinemas this week, the original, along with The Expendables 2 and The Expendables 3, are all available to binge should you want to.
Here Are The Young Men
This dark drama centres around a group of young Irish people who begin to spiral out with excessive drug use and parting. The great cast includes Anya Taylor-Joy, Travis Fimmel, Finn Cole and Dean-Charles Chapman.
It Comes At Night
A fantastic mysterious horror set within the confines of a single house, as a murderous unknowable threat lurks outside. Joel Edgerton, Riley Keough and Christopher Abbott headlines the cast.
John Wick Chapter 3: Parabellum
Prime Video has the new John Wick spin-off show currently debuting new episodes each week, so it would make sense you'd want to go back and check out the awesome movies, too.
The Long Good Friday
Bob Hoskins, Helen Mirren and Pierce Brosnan star in this fantastic 1980 British gangster movie, often considered one of the best crime movies ever made.
Made In Italy
A father (Liam Neeson) and his estranged son (Michael Richardson) try to repair their relationship while also trying to repair a dilapidated house in Italy. 44% on Rotten Tomatoes.
The entire trilogy of Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker action comedies have been added, when Prime Video also giving us Rush Hour 2 and Rush Hour 3 too.
This brilliant sci-fi thriller is set on board a constantly moving train that is keeping the remainder of humanity alive and safe from the frozen world outside. Chris Evans, Tilda Swinton, Ed Harris, Jamie Bell, Octavia Spencer and John Hurt feature.
We're The Millers
Four strangers - Jennifer Aniston, Jason Sudekis, Emma Roberts, Will Poulter - pose as a happy family in order to safely smuggle drugs across the US/Mexico border. A decent enough comedy.
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