Amazon Prime Video has just added 21 big movies to its library 7 months ago

Amazon Prime Video has just added 21 big movies to its library

Rom-com, action, thriller and weepie dramas are all on the list of Prime Video additions.

What better way to kick off a new week and month than with a selection of newly added movies on Prime Video to choose from. Chances are you haven't seen all of the following list, so dive in and check out which you'll want to watch first!

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13 HOURS

Michael Bay's tense retelling of the siege of an American compound in Benghazi. A newly buffed-up John Krasinski headlines the impressive cast list.

ABOUT A BOY

Hugh Grant is the perma-single bloke who finds his life turned upside down when he crosses paths with a teenage boy (a pre-X-Men Nicholaus Hoult). Rachel Weisz and Toni Collette also star in this likeable comedy.

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AMERICAN BEAUTY

Sam Mendes' first directorial outing was a total Oscar magnet, detailing the breakdown of a seemingly perfect marriage. Kevin Spacey, Annette Bening, Chris Cooper and Wes "Loves Plastic Bags" Bentley star.

THE BEACH

Leo Di Caprio teams up with director Danny Boyle for this trip to the ultimate paradise, but as expected, all is not what it seems... Perfect soundtrack, by the way!

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CREED II

Creed III arrives in cinemas on Friday, 3 March, so now is the perfect time to catch-up on the most recent outing in this Rocky spin-off.

DEFINITELY, MAYBE

A father (Ryan Reynolds) tells his daughter (Abigail Breslin) about the loves of his life, and how he met her mother. Rachel Weisz, Elizabeth Banks and Isla Fisher co-star.

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ALLEGIANT / DIVERGENT / INSURGENT

The three of those not-much-loved teen sci-fi thrillers. Great cast, bad movies.

ESCAPE PLAN

Stallone and Arnie team-up to escape from a prison that was designed to be totally inescapable.

THE HITMAN'S BODYGUARD

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Ryan Reynolds again, this time playing a bodyguard hired to protect a hitman (Samuel L. Jackson), who also happens to be his arch-nemesis.

THE IMPOSSIBLE

A horror movie disguised as a disaster movie, detailing the real life 2004 tsunami in Thailand. Naomi Watts, Ewan McGregor and a very young Tom Holland star.

THE KING'S SPEECH

Did this deserve to beat The Social Network, Toy Story 3 or Inception to Best Picture that year? No. Does that make it a bad movie? Also no.

KNOWING

Nic Cage stars as a father who realises that he is seeing signs that are predicting the end of the world as we know it. Features a very good, very scary plane crash sequence.

LAW ABIDING CITIZEN

Gerard Butler and Jamie Foxx star in this absolutely demented action thriller about a man going to unbelievable lengths to get revenge for the murder of his family.

NOTTING HILL

Julia Roberts and Hugh Grant in one of the most popular romantic comedies of all time.

ON THE LINE

Mel Gibson stars in this 2022 thriller as an edgy radio host who must keep a caller on the line, as they have taken his family hostage and are threatening to blow up the radio station. 24% on Rotten Tomatoes sounds about right.

SABOTAGE

Arnie headlines this action thriller about an elite task force who raid a safe house owned by the leader of a dangerous cartel. Things only get worse from there.

THE SWITCH

Unhappy that his best friend (Jennifer Aniston) is about to get pregnant from a sperm doner, a man (Jason Bateman) swaps the sample for his own, keeping it a secret for years.

WAITING...

Ryan Reynolds, Justin Long, Anna Faris and loads more star in this indie comedy about a group of wait staff at a restaurant who invest unique ways to counteract their boredom.

WONDER

Julia Roberts and Owen Wilson play the parents to a five-year-old boy (Jacob Tremblay) who was born with a facial abnormality, and as a family are faced with unique challenges. You will cry. A lot.