Prime Video has just added 17 big movies to its library 6 days ago

Prime Video has just added 17 big movies to its library

Good news for Prime Video subscribers heading into the weekend...

Earlier this week, Netflix added 13 big movies to its library for subscribers to enjoy, and not to be outdone, Prime Video has just added 17 movies to its library.

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Some are great, some are not-so-great, but we'll leave the enjoyment levels up to you...

'71

A brilliant and incredibly tense war movie about a British soldier left behind "enemy" lines in Belfast during the heights of the troubles.

AMELIE

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One of the cutest movies to ever exist, while still very much capable of having a sting in its tail. A young woman travels around Paris, trying to secretly do good for others, but her entire life is turned upside when she meets the love of her life.

BAD LIEUTENANT: PORT OF NEW ORLEANS

Nic Cage headlines this manic movie about a messy cop who is trying to investigate a series of murders that has the entire city on edge. Eva Mendes and Jennifer Coolidge co-star.

DAVID BRENT: LIFE ON THE ROAD

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The sorta-sequel movie to The Office. It is ... quite bad.

THE DAY THE EARTH STOOD STILL

Keanu Reeves is an alien sent to Earth to warn that humanity is about to be destroyed, but can a scientist (Jennifer Connolly) help change his mind?

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DEVOTION

One of the best war movies of recent years.

EAT PRAY LOVE

Julia Roberts decides to go on a trip around the world to find herself after her divorce forces her to take stock of who she is and what she wants.

FIST OF FURY

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Bruce Lee's classic martial arts adventure.

FIVE CORNERS

We've literally never heard of this movie before, but it is a decently reviewed crime drama from 1987 starring Jodie Foster, Tim Robbins and John Turturro.

THE FOUNDER

Michael Keaton headlines this complicated biopic about the man who "created" McDonalds, obliterating anyone who got in his way.

GET A JOB

Another one we've never heard of, this time a 2016 comedy starring Miles Teller, Anna Kendrick, Bryan Cranston and Christopher Mintz-Plasse. A score of 9% on Rotten Tomatoes probably explains why.

GREENFINGERS

The story of a prison inmate (Clive Owen) who wants to take part in a national gardening competition. Helen Mirren and Danny Dyer co-star. It isn't great.

MORTAL KOMBAT

The 2021 reboot of the series, complete with some impressively violent fight sequences.

PATRIOT'S DAY

Mark Wahlberg headlines this very tense thriller based around the true investigations immediately after the Boston marathon bombings in 2013.

TELL NO ONE

A fantastic French thriller about a man on the run for the murder of his wife, and after eight years, finds proof she may still be alive. 93% on Rotten Tomatoes.

THE THREE BURIALS OF MELQUIADES ESTRADA

Tommy Lee Jones directs and stars in this western drama about a cowboy who discovers his best friend has been murdered, and forces his murderer to help him give the body a proper burial.

YOU DON'T MESS WITH THE ZOHAN

Adam Sandler stars as an Israeli counterterrorist commando, who stages his own death when he grows tired of his job and travels to New York to pursue his lifelong dream of having a career in hairstyling. About as funny as that sounds.