Prime Video has just added 31 huge movies to its library 3 months ago

Prime Video has just added 31 huge movies to its library

Legitimately including some of the best movies of all time!

Prime Video has added a full slate of comedy, action, horror, drama and family-friendly classics this week. Loads to choose from, starting with...


Baby Boom

Diane Keaton's weirdly loved 80s movie about a busy businesswoman who has her life turned upside down when a relative dies and names her the guardian of a young baby.

Bones And All

One of 2022's best horror movies, and it is a Prime Video exclusive.


Central Intelligence

The Rock and Kevin Hart star in this very fun action comedy.

Chitty Chitty Bang Bang

The classic "family friendly" movie that probably traumatised an entire generation of children.


The Covenant

One of the best war movies of the decade, and it skipped cinemas here completely, going straight to Prime Video.

Desperately Seeking Susan

Another much-loved 80s movie, this time a rom-com starring Madonna, Rosanna Arquette, Aidan Quinn and John Turturro.


Dirty Rotten Scoundrels

Steve Martin and Michael Caine co-star in this dark comedy about a pair of con artists trying to swindle rich people out of their millions.

Heaven's Gate

An epic western starring Christopher Walken, Jeff Bridges and Kris Kristofferson. At the time, one of the biggest financial flops ever made. Today, considered something of a cult classic.

The House


A decent comedy starring Will Ferrell and Amy Poehler as a couple who try to tackle their financial woes by turning their home into an illegal casino.

The Infiltrator

Bryan Cranston headlines this tense crime thriller about an undercover agent who takes down some of the biggest money laundering organisations in the world.

The Iron Giant

The brilliant animated movie about a giant robot (voiced by Vin Diesel) and its growing relationship with the young boy who discovers it.

Little Nicky

Adam Sandler plays the son of the Devil in this really quite bad comedy.


Bill Nighy was recently nominated for the Best Actor Oscar thanks to his portrayal in this fantastic drama.

The Lost Boys

Yet another classic 80s movie, with teenage vampires causing havoc in a small town.

The Manchurian Candidate (1962)

Frank Sinatra, Janet Leigh and Angela Lansbury feature in the first adaptation of the brilliant, mind-bending thriller.

The Many Saints of Newark

The prequel movie to The Sopranos. Check out our interview below with Michael Gandolfini, who plays young Tony Soprano, the character original portrayed by his father, the late James Gandolfini.

Me Before You

A true weepie rom-dram, with Emilia Clarke as a caregiver and Sam Claflin as her patient who suffers from paralysis.

Mystic Pizza

Yep, another 80s classic. Julia Roberts and co. work in a pizza restaurant, with their day to day lives intersecting at some interesting points.

Night Skies

A sci-fi horror about six strangers who are bound together following an event with a UFO. It ... isn't great.


Liam Neeson is stuck on board a long flight, where a terrorist has threatened to kill one passenger every few minutes unless their ransom demands are met.

Raging Bull

Considered by many to be one of the greatest movies ever made.


Gerard Butler, Tom Hardy, Idris Elba, Mark Strong and more feature in this decent crime thriller.

Run All Night

Another Liam Neeson outing, this time playing a hitman who must protect his son from being killed by a mob boss (Ed Harris).


Oliver Stone directs this biopic of Edward Snowden (here played by Joseph Gordon-Levitt), the infamous NSA whistleblower.

Some Like It Hot

Marilyn Monroe, Tony Curtis and Jack Lemmon star in one of the best rom-coms ever made.

South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut

The South Park boys get caught up in a war between Canada, America... and the Devil.

Sucker Punch

Zack Snyder's gorgeous but empty action fantasy about a group of young women who attempt to escape from a mental asylum.

Tenacious D in the Pick of Destiny

Jack Black and Kyle Gass embark on a journey to discover a mythical guitar pick that will give its users amazing guitar-playing powers.

Throw Momma From The Train

A comedy remake of Hitchcock's Strangers On A Train, with Billy Crystal and Danny DeVito considering doing each other's crimes as a way to evade suspicion.

Two Weeks Notice

Hugh Grant is the spoiled billionaire, and Sandra Bullock is his put-upon personal assistant who decides to quit the job, causing them both to re-evaluate their relationship. A pretty decent rom-com.

Wild Wild West

This sci-fi western action comedy was the movie Will Smith decided to do instead of The Matrix. Whoops.

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