Loads and LOADS of massive additions on Prime Video this week!
We’re into November now and Prime Video knows we’ll need more stuff to watch as we get cosy on our couches during the longer, darker nights. Here are TWENTY-SIX big additions to their library for you to peruse…
Mila Kunis, Kathryn Hahn and Kristen Bell star in this comedy about three overworked moms who decide to full let loose. Prime Video has also added the festive sequel A Bad Mom’s Christmas, should you want to check that one out too.
Sharon Stone and Michael Douglas star in one of the greatest erotic thrillers ever made.
The movie that essentially put Jean Claude Van Damme on the map.
Another entry in the “Liam Neeson is a normal man in an extraordinary situation” thrillers. This one is one a train. Its okay.
Dead Man Walking
Susan Sarandon and Tim Robbins star in this true story about a journalist and the relationship she develops with a murderer on death row.
In the impressive CV by the Coen Brothers, this pitch black comedy involving a murder in a snowy town is right near the top of the list in terms of quality.
Reece Witherspoon and Vince Vaughn play a couple, both of which have divorced parents, so they attempt to visit all four Christmas parties in one night.
An incredibly tense and violent thriller involving a band who accidentally perform in a Neo-Nazi bar, and after witnessing a murder, hole up in the backstage green room.
How The Grinch Stole Christmas
The Jim Carrey live action one. Still very funny.
Invasion of the Body Snatchers
Donald Sutherland, Jeff Goldblum and Leonard Nimoy star in this iconic and incredibly unnerving alien invasion horror.
In The Heart of the Sea
An all-star cast including Chris Hemsworth, Tom Holland, Cillian Murphy and Brendan Gleeson star in this epic retelling of Moby Dick.
Michael Keaton stars in this weird family movie about a Dad who dies but is reborn as a snowman.
Nic Cage stars a recluse who crosses paths with a 15-year-old boy who is being abused by his father, so he sets about trying to improve his life.
Mac and Me
Quite literally one of the worst movie ever made, with McDonalds essentially trying to remake E.T. in their own image. Leads to the greatest running gag in talk show history:
Gerard Butler and Mike Colter star in this action thriller about a passenger plane forced to land in a hostile country after a being damaged during a dangerous storm.
The 2014 remake. Its actually pretty good, if you don’t compare it too much to the infinitely better original.
Half of Hollywood appeared in this fun action adventure fantasy. It also gave us Take That’s absolute banger “Rule The World”, which will always be a good thing.
The Taking of Pelham One Two Three
The brilliant 1974 action thriller set on board and around a hijacked New York subway train.
An incredible drama about a transgender sex worker who decides to get revenge on her boyfriend who cheated on her while she was in prison.
Ryan Reynolds headlines this very odd horror comedy about a man who takes love advice from his talking cat and dog.
The Rock stars in this action thriller, with his biggest co-star being a big plank of wood that he bonks people over the head a lot with.
xXx: The Return of Xander Cage
Vin Diesel returns for this third entry in the xXx franchise which was substantially better than the two that came before it.
Kevin James is a zookeeper. That’s it. That’s the movie. This is “Rob Schneider is The Stapler” joke from South Park made real.
Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson star in this modern classic comedy set within the complicated world of male modelling. Prime Video has also added the truly terrible Zoolander 2, the only highlight being Kristen Wiig’s absolutely unhinged performance.
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