Amazon Prime Video has quietly added 14 very big movies to its library
Prime Video has added another collection of big movies to check out this week.
Amazon Prime Video's early Christmas present this week is a selection (box?) of 14 big movies added to the library for you to enjoy (or avoid).
300 / 300: RISE OF AN EMPIRE
The movie that made everyone sit up and pay attention to director Zack Snyder. The second movie, which is both sort of a prequel and a sequel, is nowhere near as good, but not without its charms.
The director of Sing Street and Once brought his love of musical-tinged romance to the States for this cute story about a struggling musician (Keira Knightley) and a struggling music producer (Mark Ruffalo) who happen to cross paths one day. Trigger warning: Adam Levine is in this movie.
DEAD MAN DOWN
Colin Farrell stars in this crime thriller from the director of the original Swedish version of The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo. It is watchable but forgettable.
A movie about disaster movies, the way Scary Movie was a movie about scary movies. Except this one is painfully, criminally, abusively unfunny.
A career low-point for both Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart.
HOW TO BE SINGLE
A pretty decent romantic comedy with Dakota Johnson, Alison Brie, Rebel Wilson and Leslie Mann all tackling love and relationships (or the lack thereof) in their lives.
They killed his puppy. So he's going to kill them all.
The dictionary definition of a power trip fantasy, with Bradley Cooper playing an ugly (yeah right) and down on his luck guy who has his mind literally expanded by a new drug.
A creepy horror movie about a nanny (Anna Diop) who takes a job in Manhattan for a rich woman (Michelle Monaghan) to care for her daughter, while trying to save enough money to bring over her own son that she left behind in Senegal.
TOM & JERRY
We love Michael Pena, but you and your kids (and Michael Peña) deserve better than this.
Ben Affleck directs and stars in this brilliant thriller about the leader of a bank robbers who finds himself falling in love with one of the employees (Rebecca Hall) at one of the banks his gang has hit.
The director of The Hangover and Joker tackles this dark true story about two American arms dealers (Jonah Hill and Miles Teller) who happen to land a $300 million contract with the US government.
WONDER WOMAN 1984
After the massive success of the first movie, this tonally crazed sequel was a massive disappointment. A waste of both Pedro Pascal and Kristen Wiig's talents.