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15 Must-Watch Movies on Amazon Prime at the Moment

Introduction

Over the past year or so, Netflix and apple TV+ have been competing to provide the most prestigious film offerings, but some of the best movies are on amazon Prime video. The streamer was one of the first to pick up film festival darlings and other beloved favorites, and they’re all still available in the library, making it the perfect time to catch up. Our picks for the 10 best films on Amazon Prime are below. All the films in our guide are included in your Prime subscription—no renting here.

Saltburn

Oxford student Oliver Quick (Barry Keoghan) is having trouble fitting in at the prestigious British university—until he befriends popular Felix Catton (Jacob Elordi)…

Merry Little Batman

Jingle bells, Batman smells, Robin … takes over protecting Gotham City solo on a cold Christmas Eve, when the Caped Crusader is away on Justice League business…

The Burial

Courtroom dramas are rarely laugh riots, but this tale of funeral home director Jeremiah O’Keefe (Tommy Lee Jones) and his flashy lawyer Willie Gary (Jamie Foxx)…

A Million Miles Away

Charting the life of José Hernández, this biopic—based on Hernández’s own book—mixes the aspirational with the inspirational as it follows its central figure’s rise from…

Red, White, and Royal Blue

Adapted from Casey McQuinston’s best-selling novel, this intercontinental rom-com charts the relationship between First Son Alex Claremont-Diaz (Taylor Zakhar Perez)…

Shin Masked Rider

If you’re sick of cookie-cutter Hollywood superhero movies, then this ground-up reboot of one of Japan’s most beloved heroes deserves your attention…

Air

Sure, nowadays Michael Jordan is a bona fide sports god, and Nike’s Air Jordan sneakers are still arguably the court shoe—but that wasn’t the case back in 1984…

Borat Subsequent Moviefilm

Sacha Baron Cohen’s “Kazakh” TV reporter (even if he speaks Hebrew) travels back to the US, 14 years after his last feature-long escapade. This time Baron Cohen…

Shotgun Wedding

A raucous spin on the traditional romcom, Shotgun Wedding lures viewers with a cliché setup—a ceremony on a tropical island, with hijinks courtesy of bickering in-laws—…

Nanny

Aisha (Anna Diop) is a Senegalese woman working as a nanny for a rich couple in New York City, hoping to earn enough to bring her son and cousin to join her in America. However…

Conclusion

These films offer a diverse range of genres, from romcoms to biopics to documentaries and provide captivating stories and performances that are definitely worth watching.



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