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10th Apr 2024

Prime Video has quietly added these 45 huge movies to its library

Stephen Porzio

A great crop of films!

JOE recently spoke to the stars of Prime Video’s new big sci-fi series Fallout (you can check out that interview here).

But for a list of the most noteworthy movies added to the streaming service over the past month or so, scroll below.

12 Angry Men

Both the classic ’50s legal drama, as well as the ’90s remake, have been added to Prime Video.

All Good Things

Ryan Gosling headlines this mystery crime film inspired by the life of Robert Durst.

An American Werewolf in London

Probably the best werewolf movie of all time.

American Fiction

A talented but unsuccessful writer (Jeffrey Wright) pens an outlandish satire of stereotypical Black books only for it to be mistaken for serious literature in this excellent comedy which picked up a Best Adapted Screenplay award at the most recent Oscars.

Anatomy of a Fall

The incredible French courtroom drama which picked up a Best Original Screenplay award at the most recent Oscars.


As his 60th birthday approaches, a New York hedge-fund magnate (Richard Gere) struggles to keep his dark secrets from being exposed in this very solid thriller.

Battle of Britain

The ’60s war film with an all-star British cast.

The Boys in the Boat

This George Clooney-directed sports drama released in Irish cinemas earlier this year has a whopping 97% audience score on Rotten Tomatoes.


Richard Gere stars again, this time in the ’80s cult American remake of the classic French ’60s romantic crime drama of the same name.


The smash-hit comedy that made Kristen Wiig and Melissa McCarthy household names.

But I’m a Cheerleader

A young Natasha Lyonne (Poker Face, Russian Doll) headlines this cult satirical comedy about a high school cheerleader sent by her parents to a residential in-patient conversion therapy.


A young boy raised by overprotective parents (Antony Starr and Lizzy Caplan) suddenly hears noises coming from behind his bedroom wall in this creepy 2023 horror.

Dante’s Peak

Ireland’s own Pierce Brosnan stars in this volcano disaster flick.


The 2015 biographical survival adventure film with an ensemble cast including Jake Gyllenhaal, Jason Clarke, Josh Brolin and Keira Knightley.

The Expendables 1-3

The fourth movie in the action franchise will also land on Prime Video on 19 April.

Fast Charlie

Pierce Brosnan stars again, this time as a fixer and a hitman in this 2023 action crime thriller gem.

Final Cut

A French zombie-comedy from the Oscar-winning director of The Artist.

The Game

Michael Douglas stars in this gripping, stylish thriller as a wealthy investment banker whose life becomes a living nightmare after being given a mysterious birthday gift by his brother (Sean Penn).

The Grandmaster

The fantastic 2013 martial arts drama from Wong Kar-wai (In the Mood for Love).


In this adaptation of Joe Hill’s novel of the same name, a young man (Daniel Radcliffe) falsely accused of murdering his girlfriend (Juno Temple) uses his newly discovered paranormal abilities to uncover the real killer.


A young Brad Pitt plays a psychopath in this ’90s thriller opposite David Duchovny and Juliette Lewis.

The Killing

Nearly 70 years after its release, legendary filmmaker Stanley Kubrick’s breakthrough movie remains one of the best crime thrillers ever.

Knocked Up

The comedy that made Seth Rogen a star.


The legendary American non-narrative documentary film from the ’80s.

L.A. Confidential

The incredible star-studded ’90s movie adaptation of James Ellroy’s period crime novel.

The Misfits

The beloved ’60s Western starring Clark Gable, Marilyn Monroe and Montgomery Clift.

The Mist

The Stephen King adaptation with “the most shocking ending ever”.

Monster’s Ball

Halle Berry won the Best Actress Oscar for her role in this dark romantic drama.

Mortal Engines

The 2018 big-budget post-apocalyptic steampunk film co-written by Peter Jackson (The Lord of the Rings).


Charlize Theron won a Best Actress Oscar for playing serial killer Aileen Wuornos in this biographical crime drama.

The Mummy

Tom Cruise’s poorly-received Mummy movie.

The Negotiator

An expert hostage negotiator (Samuel L. Jackson) winds up taking hostages, leading to a stand-off, in this fun ’90s action thriller.


Dave Franco and Emma Roberts get in over their heads when playing an increasingly dangerous online truth or dare game in this 2016 techno-thriller.

The Next Three Days

Russell Crowe tries to break his wife (Elizabeth Banks) out of prison in this watchable thriller.

The Others

Nicole Kidman stars in this fantastic ghost story.

The Paperboy

Zac Efron, Matthew McConaughey, Nicole Kidman and John Cusack headline this oddly compelling period crime drama.


The biographical sports drama film about athlete Jesse Owens.

Reservoir Dogs

Quentin Tarantino’s iconic debut movie.

Road House

Prime Video’s most watched original movie ever.

Under Siege

The best Steven Seagal movie.

Vampire’s Kiss

The black comedy horror that would go on to be featured in dozens of Nicolas Cage freak-out montages on YouTube.

The Vanishing

Gerard Butler drops his action man persona to play a lighthouse keeper in this critically acclaimed thriller from 2018.

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