Prime Video has just quietly added 16 interesting movies to its library 2 weeks ago

Prime Video has just quietly added 16 interesting movies to its library

Some great. Some not-so-great. All of them... worth talking about, in their own unique way.

Amazon Prime Video has just added a load of new movies to its library for you to stream and enjoy.

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We've listed out the most interesting ones, in easy-to-digest alphabetical order, starting with...

ALEX RIDER: STORMBREAKER

Alex Pettyfer stars as a young secret agent, in a movie that is basically Kingsman, without the violence or swearing. An impressive supporting cast including Mickey Rourke, Bill Nighy, Alicia Silverstone, Sarah Bolger, Stephen Fry and Ewan McGregor couldn't save it from commercial disaster.

BRIGHTBURN

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What if Superman was brought up evil? That is basically the premise of this semi-entertaining superhero horror.

BROTHERHOOD OF JUSTICE

We'd never heard of this movie before, but apparently it does truly exist. Keanu Reeves, Billy Zane and Kiefer Sutherland headline a drama about a group of teenagers who band together to solve the drug problem in their high school, only for their solutions to become more dangerous than the initial struggles.

DEATH RACE 2000

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Sylvester Stallone and David Carradine headline this 1975 sci-fi action film. Very violent, but also very camp.

FRACTURE

An egotistical lawyer (Ryan Gosling) is convinced he's got a slam-dunk of a murder trial ahead of him, but the accused (Anthony Hopkins) proves to be much smarter than he was letting on...

HUMAN TRAFFIC

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Danny Dyer stars in this cult classic from 1999, tackling the rave scene in Wales.

IN THE HEART OF THE SEA

Chris Hemsworth, Cillian Murphy, Tom Holland, Brendan Gleeson and more star in this sorta-true story based on Moby Dick. Looks great, isn't all that interesting.

INVICTUS

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Clint Eastwood directs this true story about the events in South Africa leading up to and during the 1995 Rugby World Cup. Starring Matt Damon and Morgan Freeman, who were both nominated for Oscars for their performances.

MEN IN BLACK: INTERNATIONAL

Chris Hemsworth again, paired up with his Thor co-star Tessa Thompson, for this sequel in the sci-fi comedy series. 23% on Rotten Tomatoes means it has the worst reviews of the franchise.

MY POLICEMAN

Harry Styles is at the centre of this complicated love triangle, which proves difficult, as he isn't a great actor.

NATIVITY / NATIVITY 2 / NATIVITY 3

Christmas movies of decreasing quality. Martin Freeman fronts the first one, then David Tennant, then Martin Clunes. Through them all, Marc Wootton plays Mister Poppy, one of the most annoying characters ever committed to film.

THE NIGHT CLERK

Tye Sheridan, Ana de Armas, John Leguizamo and Helen Hunt star in this crime drama about a hotel night clerk who becomes the primary suspect in a murder investigation. It isn't very good.

SHAKMA!

Quite literally one of the worst movies ever made, and for that reason, absolutely worth watching.

TUSK

Kevin Smith directs this horror-comedy about a podcaster (Justin Long) who crosses paths with a retired sailor (Michael Parks) with bad plans in mind.