Prime Video has just added 26 very big movies to its library 2 months ago

Prime Video has just added 26 very big movies to its library

One of the new Prime Video additions is a great rom-com people forget is actually a Christmas movie!

Another week, another slew of new additions to the Prime Video library!

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Horror, comedy, drama, action... all added to Prime Video this week. Not all of them good, but some of them are great, and some of them are genuinely so-bad-they're-great.

Now, on with the new additions list, starting with...

ALL THE MONEY IN THE WORLD

A pretty decent kidnapping movie made more memorable when Kevin Spacey's scenes were entirely reshot with Christopher Plummer.

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FALLEN

Denzel Washington headlines this weird serial killer thriller with a supernatural twist, when the "soul" of a killer is able to pass from person to person simply by touch.

Fun fact – it's also the film that birthed this very popular GIF:

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FIST FIGHT

Charlie Day and Ice Cube star in this "comedy" about two teachers who hate each other. 25% on Rotten Tomatoes feels a bit generous.

FOOL'S GOLD

An attempt at a modern-day Romancing The Stone, with disastrous results (11% on RT), if you want you hit of McConaughey and Hudson, go watch How To Lose A Guy in 10 Days instead.

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FROM PARIS WITH LOVE

An absolutely bonkers action thriller with John Travolta and Jonathan Rhys Meyers. It isn't good. But it is bizarrely watchable.

GOING IN STYLE

Zach Braff (of Scrubs fame) directs this heist comedy about three lifelong friends (Morgan Freeman, Michael Caine, Alan Arkin) who plan to rob a bank together.

GOING THE DISTANCE

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A rom-com about a guy (Justin Long) and a gal (Drew Barrymore) who try to keep their relationship going even after they find themselves living thousands of miles apart. It is... fine.

GREEN LANTERN

DC's initial answer to Iron Man was a massive flop, but it did introduce Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively to each other, and they're happily married now, so something good did come of this.

HALL PASS

The directors of There's Something About Mary and Dumb & Dumber fell a long way in comedy, with this damp squib of a movie starring Owen Wilson and Jason Sudekis as two husbands given a week-long "hall pass" by their wives in which they can do whatever they want, no questions asked.

THE HOUSE

Will Ferrell and Amy Poehler decide to start a casino in their home in order to make some money. It isn't long before the money and power go to their heads. Decently entertaining.

THE INFILTRATOR

Bryan Cranston headlines this decent true-life thriller about a US Customs Official who uncovers a money-laundering scheme for Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar.

INTO THE STORM

A found-footage disaster movie. Could've worked. Didn't.

THE OTHER WOMAN

Cameron Diaz, Leslie Mann and Kate Upton all find out that they're being cheated on by the same guy.

RED RIDING HOOD

Hollywood tried to make old fairy tales gritty and for grown-ups (see: Snow White & The Huntsman). This one has Amanda Seyfried falling in love with a woodcutter, in a village tormented by a werewolf.

ROAD TO PERDITION

Tom Hanks, Paul Newman, Daniel Craig and Jude Law all give some career-highlight performances in this gorgeous mobster drama.

ROBIN HOOD

The 1973 animated movie that likely inspired several generations of furries.

THE SECRET LIFE OF WALTER MITTY

Ben Stiller stars in and directs this finding-yourself drama about a man fed up with his humdrum life and decides to travel around the world.

SLEEPING WITH THE ENEMY

Julia Roberts headlines this early-career entry thriller in which she goes on the run from her abusive husband.

TERMINATOR 3: RISE OF THE MACHINES

Nowhere near as good as the first two, but this third Terminator movie is actually A LOT of fun. And that car chase near the start remains pretty epic.

THIS MEANS WAR

Two secret agent BFFs (Chris Pine and Tom Hardy) both fall in love with the same woman (Reese Witherspoon), and go out of their way to stop the other's chances of winning her heart.

VALENTINE'S DAY

Cast includes Jessica Alba, Kathy Bates, Jessica Biel, Bradley Cooper, Eric Dane, Patrick Dempsey, Jamie Foxx, Jennifer Garner, Topher Grace, Anne Hathaway, Ashton Kutcher, Queen Latifah, Taylor Lautner, Emma Roberts, Julia Roberts and Taylor Swift. 18% on Rotten Tomatoes.

WALK THE LINE

Reese Witherspoon won the Best Actress Oscar for her portrayal of June Carter, wife of Johnny Cash (here played by Joaquin Phoenix), in this solid biopic drama.

THE WATCH

Proof that having loads of funny people in your movie - Vince Vaughn, Ben Stiller, Jonah Hill, Richard Ayoade, Will Forte - won't automatically make your movie funny.

THE WAY, WAY BACK

A teenager goes on summer vacation with his mother, her new husband and his daughter, but ends up making friends with the boss of the local water park. A very good coming-of-age drama with a great cast including Sam Rockwell, Toni Collette, Steve Carrell, Allison Janney, Maya Rudolph and Amanda Peet.

WHAT A GIRL WANTS

Amanda Bynes plays an American teenager who discovers her real father (Colin Firth) is a wealthy British politician running for office. From that early-00s era when Bynes seemed to be one of the biggest young stars on the planet.

WHILE YOU WERE SLEEPING

A movie that most people forget is set at Christmas, telling the story of a lonely subway ticket seller (Sandra Bullock) who gets mistaken for a comatose man's future wife.