If you have an Amazon Prime Account, you can open the PrimeVideo app on any device it is installed on and watch TV shows and movies. Life wire / Brianna Gil martin When you tap or click the Free to me icon on the PrimeVideo Home page, it lists all the TV shows and videos in several categories you can view at no extra charge.
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Amazon Prime Video and Netflix offer an increasing number of original programming and movies in 4K and HDR. Ran Johnson wrote and directed this perfect bit of mystery, with Daniel Craig having more fun than anyone ever should with a ridiculous Southern accent.
This adaptation of the Donna Tarot novel may not pack quite the punch that the book does, but it does have some beautiful set pieces and arresting imagery. Anne Hathaway and Rebel Wilson are charming in this update to the Steve Martin classic, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels.
This film felt a little like a close cousin to John Wick, and while it may not be as winning (no Keanu Reeves will do that to you), it does have some great action sequences and a clear sense of style. Joseph Gordon-Levitt stars in this film about a hijacked plane and the young co-pilot forced to make increasingly impossible decision.
Clint Eastwood gives a perfect, classic, grimace-y performance as the man who figures out a way to escape from Alcatraz. If you’re a fan of a grizzled Sly Stallone running up a body count, you’re going to enjoy the latest entry to the Rambo series.
The original trilogy of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo may not have had the style of David Fischer’s American version, and yes, this film is in Swedish. One of Philip Seymour Hoffman’s last films is a tense spy thriller with more double crosses than you can count.
It more stems from the Knocked Up school of “lovable mess in their twenties tries to figure life out” movies, and it’s similarly fun and funny. Adam Driver is stirring in a committed performance about the man charged with investigating his own country’s behavior in the War on Terror.
Acquaint gives a heartfelt and hilarious performance as a granddaughter who travels home to China to say goodbye to the family matriarch. A loaded cast has a lot of fun with this very funny, at times cringe-y look at adulthood, parenthood, relationships, and the sacrifices we make as we get older.
With the possible exception of The Fast and the Furious movies, Mission Impossible is the most consistently excellent franchises out there, and in terms of action alone, Fallout is among the best this series has ever had to offer. Blake Lively and Anna Kendrick are spectacular in this funny, weird, almost-a-spoof of the sexy thriller genre.
This, on the other hand, is clearly a spoof, but a lovingly done one, with Mila Tunis and Kate MacKinnon, who have a blast with the material and score laughs throughout. Shia LeBoeuf gives an absolutely arresting performance in a character based on his own father, who leads his son through a rough early life as a childhood actor.
This powerful documentary tells a personal story, about the history of China’s one-child policy, and the (perhaps unintended) consequences that came from it, and ripped some families apart. Daniel Craig is making a cottage industry of “throwing on a ridiculous Southern accent and stealing a movie.” He sure does it here, in this heist film also starring Channing Tatum and Adam Driver.
The premise of this film is preposterous, but Russell Crowe is convincing enough as a man who’s forced to do some wild things to save the woman he loves and keep his family together. Jonah Hill directs this gritty, wonderful look at young manhood, and the skate park culture that defined so much of the 1990s.
Charlie Hanna gives an earnest performance as an explorer committed to finding a lost great civilization in the Amazon. This movie is better than I ever thought it would be, thanks to its full willingness to lean into the lunacy of the story and the world of WWE.
Bryan Canton, Steve Call and Lawrence Fissure star in this film about veterans going on a road trip to help their friend bury his son. Mel Gibson directs this thriller about the Mayan kingdom, and the days when it went from a world power, to just starting to crack at the seams.
One of the most important documentaries ever made, this film’s conceit has been copied many times over, but none of the copycats ever had its impact. A charming romantic comedy about a couple that begins falling in love just as one of them gets terribly sick.
Come for the banter and performances, but also it’s fun to watch the individual scenes and pick off just how influential this movie is, by all the films that came later and ripped it off. Allison Janna and Viola Davis have too much fun in this movie about a misbegotten Girl Scout troop, and the trouble they get in.
Perhaps Christopher Nolan’s masterpiece, this film walks the line perfectly between mind-bending sci-fi flick and heart-stopping thriller. Leonardo DiCaprio and Joseph Gordon-Levitt ground the thing, with honest performances that make you forget just how ridiculous all of it is.
Woody Allen takes on nostalgia in this time-travel movie about a writer who gets to go back and visit his heroes. The message may be slight and a bit on the nose, but Owen Wilson is so lovable it’s hard not to get wrapped up in the thing.
Cameron Diaz and Kate Winslet switch homes and then fall in love with some fellas in this film from Nancy Meyers. With a lean budget, and a couple of talkative performances, director Andrew Patterson manages to create an entire, believable world to inhabit.
If Royal Tenenbaums is Was Anderson’s masterpiece, The Life Aquatic may be the funniest film he’s ever made. With that in mind, we’ve ranked our 52 favorite movies that are currently streaming for free for Amazon Prime members.
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Directed by Christopher Nolan, Interstellar is a gripping story of an ex-pilot played by Matthew McConaughey who must leave his family behind on Earth to lead an expedition into space to discover whether mankind has a future on another planet. This classic from Steven Spielberg features Peter Pan played by Robin Williams and Dustin Hoffman as Captain Hook.
As a middle-aged lawyer and father who can't seem to keep his promises, Peter must revisit his past to rescue his children who were abducted by his old nemesis, Captain Hook. An unforgettable classic from writer and director Quentin Tarantino, Pulp Fiction features a brilliant cast starring John Travolta, Samuel J. Jackson, Bruce Willis, and UMA Thurman.
This entertaining and amusing story of a pair of hit men, their boss's wife, and a desperate prizefighter takes you through their “highs and lows” with Tarantino's classic flare. Steve Martin and John Candy share a love/hate relationship in this classic as main character, Neal Page tries to get home to Chicago to spend Thanksgiving with his family when his flight is rerouted to Kansas due to a snowstorm.
When he meets the talkative Del Griffith, he can't seem to shake him or his annoying habits as they end up traveling together to reach their intended destination. When he's finally found out, Lam beau attempts to guide Hunting to reach his true potential, but when Will gets arrested for attacking an officer he must agree to get treatment from therapist Sean Maguire (Robin Williams).
In this feel-good kids classic, Rick Moran is plays a nerdy father whose daughter gets rejected from his brother's (Ed O'Neill) local youth football team. Jordan Before, played by Leonardo DiCaprio, takes an entry-level job at a Wall Street brokerage firm which ends up closing its doors on his first day as a licensed broker.
Before decides to start a firm with his own band of brokers and make millions by defrauding wealthy investors, which ends up spiraling out of control in a sea of sex, drugs, and alcohol. This gritty film follows the stories of a mysterious salesman and tragic co-dependency, a grizzled cop who ends the ambitions of a child-killer, a vigilante that scours through the criminal underworld in search of his lost love, and an ex-prostitute who evades her former pimp with assistance from her new boyfriend.