Prime Video has quietly added 27 big movies to its library 3 months ago

Prime Video has quietly added 27 big movies to its library

Some Oscar favourites, some cult classics, and literally some of the greatest movies ever made.

Yep, you read that headline correctly. 27 big movies added to the Amazon Prime Video library.

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Although you shouldn't watch them all, because they're not all great.

Although, a lot of them are actually pretty great.

ABOUT TIME

A very funny, very romantic and at times very sad rom-com-dram about a man (Domhnall Gleeson) who discovers he can time travel, but that power impacts the outcome of the relationship with the love of his life (Rachel McAdams).

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BACK TO THE FUTURE PARTS I, II and III

The iconic time-travelling trilogy is now available to enjoy, with Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd going to the past, the future, and then further into the past again across three very fun movies.

BEND IT LIKE BECKHAM

Parminder Nagra and Keira Knightley headline this 2002 comedy drama about a girl's soccer team and the rules they have to break in order to succeed.

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DEEP WATER

As we said in our review of this Ben Affleck/Ana De Armas erotic thriller, we really miss this genre, but they should still be more fun than this.

DRIVING MISS DAISY

The multiple Oscar-winning drama about an elderly woman (Jessica Tandy) and the relationship that is built with her driver (Morgan Freeman) over the years he works for her.

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EX MACHINA

Oscar Isaac, Domhnall Gleeson and Alicia Vikander star in this tense sci-fi thriller about a scientist who believes he's created the perfect A.I., but it may result in unexpected repercussions for the creator.

THE EXPENDABLES 1/2/3

Sly Stallone headlines this trilogy of action movies of varying quality (1 is okay, 2 is good, 3 is bad), all of which are filled to the brim with recognisable action stars.

FLATLINERS  (1990) and FLATLINERS (2017)

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Both the star-filled original camp classic horror (Kiefer Sutherland, Julia Roberts, William Baldwin, Oliver Platt, Kevin Bacon) and the Elliott Page-headed remake/sequel which currently has 4% on Rotten Tomatoes.

GLADIATOR

Father to a murdered son. Husband to a murdered wife. And he will have his vengeance, in this life or the next.

THE GREEN MILE

Tom Hanks fronts this prison-set sob-fest from the director of The Shawshank Redemption, working from a supernatural drama story written by Stephen King.

GROWN UPS and GROWN UPS 2

Both of these Adam Sandler movies are bad.

INGLOURIOUS BASTERDS

Tarantino's WWII epic is brilliantly sprawling, with an impressive international cast, including pretty much the first time most movie lovers were introduced to the greatness of Christoph Waltz.

THE PLACE BEYOND THE PINES

Bradley Cooper and Ryan Gosling star in this moody drama about the collision course between a robber and a police officer, and the fallout that collision will have on both of their families.

THE REVENANT

The movie that finally got DiCaprio his Best Actor Oscar.

A gorgeous and at times tough watch about a father surviving a horrific bear attack, who then tries to make the trip back home.

ROBIN HOOD

The animated Disney movie that had a lot of people asking, "Am I attracted to a cartoon fox?"

SCHINDLER'S LIST

Spielberg's brilliant biopic of Oskar Schindler (Liam Neeson), and the work he did to save his Jewish employees from the hands of the Nazis.

SCOTT PILGRIM VS. THE WORLD

An eye-popping action comedy about a young man (Michael Cera) who must fight the seven evil exes of his new girlfriend (Mary Elizabeth Winstead).

SLAUGHTERHOUSE RULEZ

A comedy-horror about a posh British boarding school becomes the grounds for an unspeakable horror when a sinkhole opens up in a field nearby, unleashing something truly evil.

Simon Pegg, Nick Frost and Michael Sheen star as the teachers.

SPENCER

One of the most discussed nominees at this year's Oscars.

THE WOLF OF WALL STREET

One of the many unions between DiCaprio and Scorsese, this one telling the life story of Jordan Belfort, a high-profile stock-broker who gets involved in too many criminal activities for the law enforcement to no longer take notice of him.

THE WORLD'S END

The final outing in Edgar Wright's Cornetto Trilogy sees Simon Pegg and Nick Frost take on the sci-fi genre, as a sleepy little town becomes ground zero for an alien invasion.