Best Movie to watch on amazon prime free aren’t always that easy to find, and that’s largely due to a couple of good things: amazon library is so big that it takes a while to navigate the menus, and it’s constantly adding and removing titles. But if you have a Prime membership already, you may not even know that all this the Oscar-winning originals . Now, we’ve put together a wide-ranging list of the best movies that you can watch free on Amazon Prime Video right now.
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Run Time: 105 minutes
Genre: Satirical Comedy Drama
Director: Carey Williams
Cast: RJ Cyler, Donald Elise Watkins, Sebastian Chacon, Sabrina Carpenter
On a very surface level, Emergency is a classic college comedy about three friends having a wild night. Step a little deeper and you’ll find a gripping satire about the way the world judges young people of color and the anxieties that judgment generates in its victims. Sean, Kunle, and Carlos are perfectly normal college students who just want to go out partying, with a goal to hit seven frat parties in one night. Unfortunately, their night goes off the rails when they find an unconscious (and underaged) white woman in Carlos’ house. Now, the smart thing to do would be to call the police but unfortunately, as men of color, the three friends are more than a little worried about how the whole incident would be perceived by the cops. And so begins a crazy adventure with an escalating series of painful incidents. It’s a biting piece of satire with great performances and a very, very relevant story in our times.
Lucy and Desi (2022)
Run Time: 103 minutes
Director: Amy Poehler
Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz are comedy legends. That’s pretty much an undeniable fact. What most people don’t know about the I Love Lucy stars is how they actually began their iconic partnership. And that’s what Lucy and Desi is all about. This Amy Poehler-directed documentary film provides a behind-the-scenes look at how these two stars first formed their unlikely partnership and how they went on to become one of the most admired power couples of their time. Ball and Arnaz are also the subjects of another entry on this list but for a more thorough and non-fictionalized take on their lives, this film is your best bet.
I Want You Back (2022)
Run Time: 111 minutes
Director: Jason Orley
Cast: Charlie Day, Jenny Slate, Gina Rodriguez, Scott Eastwood, Manny Jacinto, Clark Backo, Jami Gertz, Dylan Gelula, Mason Gooding, Isabel May, Luke David Blumm
Weirdly enough, the plot of this Valentine’s Day movie sounds a lot like a gripping psychological thriller. Peter (Charlie Day) and Emma (Jenny Slate) are total strangers who are brought together by one thing: they were both dumped out of the blue by their respective partners, Anne (Gina Rodriguez) and Noah (Scott Eastwood). Their exes move on to new romances but Peter and Emma conspire to win them back. How do you ask? Emma plans on seducing Anne’s new boyfriend and Peter decides he will befriend Noah and convince him to go back to Emma. What follows is a rollercoaster of love-fuelled insanity, the likes of which you’ll only see in a hilarious rom-com like this one. It’s a fun movie with an engaging plot that manages to subvert some of the clichés of the genre while delivering exactly what you want from a Valentine’s movie.
A Hero (2022)
Release Date: January 7, 2022
Director: Asghar Farhadi
Stars: Amir Jadidi, Mohsen Tanabandeh, Alireza Jahandideh, Sahar Goldoost, Fereshteh Sadr Orafaie, Sarina Farhadi
Runtime: 127 minutes
What’s the price for having a conscience? Iranian master Asghar Farhadi’s A Hero spirals out a good deed to all its messy conclusions, providing fertile ground for the filmmaker’s command of aesthetic realism and closeknit interpersonal dynamics. Rahim (Amir Jadidi), a jailed debtor, returns a bag filled with money that he found on leave. The consequences from that act, pushed and prodded and wheedled by Farhadi’s script—which adds a deft understanding of social media to a sharply constructed web of relationships and reputations—are an endurance test for the tear ducts. Doomed nobility is the biggest ask for Jadidi, but his big toothy smile and world-beaten posture allow him to find the perfect amounts of charm (whether genuine or off-putting) or pathos (which we know he’d hate) in Rahim. Sahar Goldoost, Maryam Shahdaei and Alireza Jahandideh make the film a truly potent ensemble drama, while Farhadi’s daughter, Sarina Farhadi, has a memorable return to the screen a decade since her last role, in Farhadi’s A Separation.
No Time to Die (2021)
Run Time: 163 minutes
Genre: Spy Action Drama
Director: Cary Joji Fukunaga
Cast: Daniel Craig, Jeffrey Wright, Rami Malek, Lashana Lynch, Ana de Armas
The final story in the Daniel Craig era of James Bond films, No Time to Die is not the best Bond movie ever. But that’s not to say it isn’t a great movie, it’s just that it’s got really strong competition. While all the Craig movies have been known for their emotional narratives, No Time to Die is a genuine rollercoaster of emotions leading to a bittersweet ending that’s going to take some recovering from. And the action! The movie is packed with plenty of action, including a really well-choreographed chase sequence. Rami Malek‘s villainous character is kind of a let-down, considering the actor’s talent, but this film is still a must-watch for every 007 fan out there.
Supporting actorsJared Harris, Al Madrigal, Tyrese GibsonProducersAvi Arad, Matt Tolmach, Lucas FosterStudioColumbia PicturesRatingPG-13 (Parents Strongly Cautioned)Content advisoryFrightening scenes, alcohol use, foul language, sexual content, violencePurchase rightsStream instantly DetailsFormatPrime Video (streaming online video)DevicesAvailable to watch on supported devices
Father Stu 2022
Run Time: 109 minutes
Directors: Leo Scott and Ting Poo
Val Kilmer is easily one of the most iconic actors of all time. So when you find out about a documentary that not only chronicles his life and career but also contains never-before-seen footage shot by Kilmer himself, that’s a difficult thing to pass up. Leo Scott and Ting Poo‘s Val more than delivers on its promise, presenting an intimate and absorbing look at Kilmer’s life. As it turns out, Val Kilmer has a sizable collection of videos he made over the course of his lifetime, and this vast archive of self-shot footage is what provides the meat of the documentary. Val also goes into Kilmer’s battle with throat cancer and the impact it had on his life. It’s a beautiful watch that shows the talented actor in a light we never got to see him in before.
Run Time: 93 minutes
Genre: Romantic Comedy-Drama
Director: Wes Anderson
Cast: Jason Schwartzman, Bill Murray, Olivia Williams
Easily one of Wes Anderson’s most underrated movies, this coming-of-age comedy-drama film is a weird and strangely wonderful take on the romantic comedy genre. Jason Schwartzman stars as Max Fischer, a teenager with a problem: he’s got a crush. Rosemary Cross (Olivia Williams), the crush in question, is a widowed first-grade teacher who tries to dissuade him. So Max seeks advice from Herman Blume(Bill Murray), a businessman whose children go to the Rushmore Academy with Max. The movie hinges on the friendship between Max and Herman, which turns into an intense and quirky rivalry when Herman begins to see Rosemary. Written by Wes Anderson and frequent collaborator Owen Wilson, Rushmore is a must-watch for fans of the iconic auteur.– Remus Noronha
Guava Island (2019)
Run Time: 55 minutes
Director: Hiro Murai
Cast: Donald Glover, Rihanna, Letitia Wright, Nonso Anozie
Donald Glover has established himself as a multi-talented star with his writing, directing, and producing, not to mention his singing career under the name Childish Gambino. Glover stars in this 2019 movie opposite fellow musician and actor Rihannaand he also developed the story alongside Ibra Ake, Jamal Olori, Fam Udeorji, and his brother Stephen Glover. Guava Island is the story of Deni Maroon (Glover), a talented musician who lives on the eponymous Guava Island. The people of Guava Island are constantly oppressed by a shady business tycoon who employs almost all of them. So Deni decides to throw a music festival to give the islanders a day of celebration. The movie is an off-beat musical stitched together with many of Glover’s biggest hits including “This Is America”, “Summertime Magic”, and “Feels Like Summer”. It’s an entertaining watch with great music and a fable-like story. — Remus Noronha
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1. The Whistleblower, 2010
Based on a true story, The Whistleblower is the biography of a once Nebraskan police officer who volunteers for the U.N. peacekeeping mission in post-war Bosnia. Once there, she uncovers a human trafficking scandal involving peacekeeping officials, and finds herself alone against a hostile system in a devastated country. Rachel Weisz plays the whistleblower in a powerful lead role, but the true star of the movie is its director, Larysa Kondracki, who thanks to near documentary-style film-making delivers a perfectly executed political thriller with utmost authenticity.
2. Tell No One, 2006
Francois Cluzet, who you may remember from The Intouchable, plays a man whose wife is killed and is accused of murdering her. To make matters even more confusing, signs that his wife is actually still alive surface. This well thought out thriller is at all times the furthest thing from boring and has, among other great components, well crafted chase scenes as the protagonist looks for 8 years of unanswered questions.
3. The Night Manager, 2016
Olivia Colman and Hugh Laurie (House) star in this espionage mini-series based on a John le Carré novel.
A quick mini-series that spans six episodes, it’s about a former soldier (Tom Hiddleston) who, while working as a night manager for a hotel in Cairo, Egypt, ends up getting hold of very sensitive information. He is then recruited by an intelligence officer (Olivia Colman) to bring down a corrupt businessman (Hugh Laurie.)
A highly-acclaimed TV show not to be missed by lovers of spy stories, John Le Carré films (A Most Wanted Man, Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy), or just anyone who appreciates excellent acting.
4. American Animals, 2018
This crazy heist movie is told in a very original way. Because it’s based on a true story, the movie (with actors and a story) is sometimes interrupted by the people it’s about. The opening scene even reads: “this movie is not based on a true story, it is a true story”. Two friends decide to rob their local library from rare books worth millions. They’re driven by money but also by wanting something different than their monotonous everyday lives in Kentucky. The need for a change is a big theme in this movie, but the story and the way it’s told never cease to be breathtakingly thrilling. American Animals stars amazing actors like Barry Keoghan (Dunkirk), Evan Peters (Kick-Ass), and many more; but perhaps equally as notable is the director: Bart Layton, who is fresh from his amazing 2012 sleeper-hit The Imposter.
6. Les Misérables, 2020
This Oscar-nominated French movie is set in Montfermeil, the Paris suburb where Victor Hugo wrote Les Misérables but which today is a rough neighborhood.
Inspired by instances of police violence that happened in 2008, the movie follows a squad of police officers who try to keep the neighborhood under control. Their methods, or lack thereof, inevitably cause things to explode. This is a thriller with a message, one which sometimes feels forced; but the payoff at the end will make you forget all of that.
5. The Kingmaker, 2019
There is no shortage of resources—be it books, films, articles, or interviews—about the atrocities Ferdinand Marcos unleashed on the Philippines. And yet, in the years since his exile and eventual death, his family has returned to power in the country, winning the hearts and (manipulated) minds of the masses.
In The Kingmaker, director Lauren Greenfield (who earlier directed the equally revealing The Queen of Versailles) exposes how this came to be, with a focus on the titular kingmaker herself, Imelda Marcos. It’s chilling how much of Imelda’s stated goals in this documentary, which spans five years, have come true. History repeats itself, and Greenfield skillfully and delicately captures the delusion, irony, and blatant corruption of a family dead set on owning a country, as if it were another luxury to purchase (or in the case of the Marcoses, pocket).
Best ’90s Movies On Amazon Prime Free
“Fargo” is a high point of the innovative, indie-influenced 1990s filmmaking scene and one of the first masterpieces from sibling writer-director team Joel and Ethan Coen. It’s a shockingly violent crime drama that speaks to the evil and desperation that lurks in the hearts of men, particularly those who need to make a little bit of money and fast. But “Fargo” is also a comic gem, with the laughs coming from bumbling criminals and the idiosyncratic behavior of quirky, no-nonsense tertiary characters in the movie’s snowy North Dakota and Minnesota settings. At the center of the interconnected plots stands Marge Gunderson, a nine-months-pregnant police chief who starts putting the pieces together regarding a kidnapping, a local car salesman, and two bizarre yet frightening goons.
Starring: Frances McDormand, Steve Buscemi, William H. Macy
Director: Joel and Ethan Coen
Runtime: 98 minutes
As for the plot, secret agent Ethan Hunt goes on the run when his mentor is killed during a hush-hush mission and he’s framed for murder. Hunt puts an expert team together to plan and execute a daring break-in of a CIA facility to get the digital files that will exonerate him.
Starring: Tom Cruise, Jon Voight, Emmanuelle Beart
Director: Brian De Palma
Runtime: 110 minutes
Four Weddings And A Funeral (1994)
Hugh Grant stars (words that assure a feel-good film) as a young man always running late and always with another wedding on the horizon as he’s reached the age where all his friends are starting to get married off.
When he meets Andie MacDowell at a wedding, he realizes he may also have been smitten and the laughs, tears and endless feel-good factor doesn’t stop there as this film and Grant bumble through a historically great romantic comedy that has something for everyone that is reminiscent of the 80s.
But I’m A Cheerleader (1999)
On the other side of the tracks comes something less well-known and much more out of left-field. Natasha Lyonne is currently starring in Netflix’s Russian Doll, but in 1999 she was appearing in a film about a cheerleader with a jock boyfriend and a perfect life. All of that was suddenly ripped out from under her when her parents decided she was gay and send her to a conversion therapy camp.
The film was initially panned critically, but in more modern times it has been revisited and proclaimed a hilarious satire that deals with hard topics in a light-hearted manner, and includes a great performance by RuPaul Charles! The film comes with some magnificent one-liners, which were rife in the 90s!
While You Were Sleeping (1995)
Sandra Bullock stars in this 1995 romantic comedy in which a woman saves her crush from an oncoming train, and then inadvertently makes his family think that she’s his fiancé after he falls into a coma. Bullock is perfect in this awkwardly charming role, and her burgeoning romance with Bill Pullman over the course of the film is marvelously joyful.
Of course, it does follow the “getting caught out in the lie” trope, but uses it to perfection and makes an excellent comedy, and memorably romantic story, out of it all. Bullock and Pullman are phenomenal, and the film feels like it encapsulates the 1990s amazingly, like other films available on Prime did for the 80s.
Best Holiday Movies Amazon Prime Free
The Polar Express
Tom Hanks plays four distinct characters in this magical Christmas film from 2004. The Polar Express tells the story of a young boy who’s losing his faith in Christmas, until he embarks on a wild journey to the North Pole on a mysterious train.
The Best Man Holiday
What happens when eight college friends reunite for Christmas nearly 15 years after graduating? Watch this 2013 rom-com featuring the likes of Taye Diggs and Regina Hall to find out.
The Preacher’s Wife
Looking for a ’90s throwback? This 1996 film featuring Denzel Washington and Whitney Houston tells the story of a New York City pastor who is visited by an angel. Keep your ears perked, too: the movie was nominated for the Oscar for Best Music.
This Emma Thompson-Paul Feig venture from 2019 mixes a somewhat high-concept script (inspired by the music of George Michael, features a major mystery) with the chemistry of Emilia Clarke and Henry Golding into a fun and original Christmas rom-com.
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