Amazon Prime: The Best Films To Watch And That Is Included With Your Membership
Everything from Oscar-winning biopics to feel-good rom-com. Amazon Prime is where it’s all at! Especially if you’ve completed Netflix. Right, okay so you haven’t watched every single documentary, belly-laughing comedy or epic film that this on-demand streaming service has to offer, but if you’re experiencing a case of Netflix fatigue, then there’s only one thing to cure it – well hopefully- is amazon!
Currently, over on prime, there’s a huge variety of critically acclaimed films, from the early noughties classics that you may not have seen in years (now is the perfect time to re-watch the old faves), such as A Cinderella Story, to some of the latest drops that you may have missed in the cinema – of the likes of House Of Gucci.
After something a little more light-hearted? Don’t worry, Amazon Prime has a whole host of sharp mood-boosting rom-com. One of my faves recently is The Hate Game, which sees Lucy Hale fall in love with someone she shouldn’t. If or prefer horrors, then look no further than the 1992’s terrifying 2021 sequel Candyman– you might be watching it behind a pillow. Yeah, Halloween may be months away, but there’s nothing wrong with watching another horror classic, The Mummy…
Amazon Prime cost a few pounds to rent or buy, I can ensure you that every film that I’ve mentioned in today’s blog post is free to stream with your membership. So, go ahead and throw your comfy loungewear, grab a pack of your favourite treats and setttlesettle down for a well-needed film-a-thon.
The Hating Game (2021)
Resolving to achieve professional success without compromising her ethics, Lucy embarks on a ruthless game of one-upmanship against cold and efficient nemesis Joshua, a rivalry that is complicated by her growing attraction to him.
A pack of not-so-wild animals experience some serious culture shock when they move from the Big Apple to the Mighty Jungle in this computer-animated comedy. Featuring the voice talents of: Ben Stiller, Chris Rock, Jada Pinkett-Smith and David Schwimmer.
The Mummy (1999)
Egypt 1923: the search for a legendary treasure two research teams bring an ancient curse: The Mummy comes to life, a time-honored tradition rebirth of evil! Unwanted Devices adventurer Rick O’Connell and the archaeologist Evelyn between the fronts.
The Candyman (2021)
Director/writer Nia DaCosta and writer/producers Jordan Peele and Win Rosenfeld return us to the now-gentrified Cabrini Green neighborhood where the legend began. In this terrifying new chapter, dare to say his name…Candyman, Candyman, Candyman…
No Time To Die (2021)
A mission to rescue a kidnapped scientist turns out to be far more treacherous than expected, leading Bond (Daniel Craig) onto the trail of a mysterious villain armed with dangerous new technology.
House Of Gucci
Inspired by the true story of the family behind the Italian fashion empire. When Patrizia Reggiani marries into the Gucci family, her unbridled ambition begins to unravel the family legacy and triggers a spiral of betrayal, decadence, and murder.
From Kay Cannon (Pitch Perfect), Cinderella is a modern movie musical with a bold take on the classic fairytale. Our ambitious heroine (Camila Cabello) has big dreams and with the help of her Fab Godmother, she perseveres to make them come true. Cinderella has an all-star cast including Idina Menzel, Minnie Driver, James Corden, Nicholas Galitzine, Billy Porter and Pierce Brosnan.