An Amazon Prime account comes with a few other perks beyond free shipping. The membership also comes with access to the ever-expanding library of streamable movies and television shows, for free or at low cost. Who says you need a Netflix or Disney+ account? If you have Amazon Prime, you’re good to go!
The catalog has a wide variety of content. From Disney’s Frozen II to the murder mystery in Knives Out, there’s something for everyone. If you’re stuck on which movie to watch next, look no further than this list. Keep scrolling to read up on some of the best films featured on Amazon Prime.
Onward follows the story of two teenage elf brothers on a magical quest to see their deceased dad for one more day. When Ian gets a magical staff from his late father for his birthday, his older brother Barley is certain it’s a sign to cast the spell written on the card to bring their father back.
Of course, nothing goes as planned. And all of a sudden, the brothers are swept away on a journey full of cryptic maps, unplanned mishaps, and lots of laughs. Oh, and their mother and her new best friend are on their tails. You’re not going to want to miss this adventure.
Are you ready to travel into the unknown with Elsa, Anna, Olaf, Sven, and Kristoff? Good, because Frozen II is now available on Amazon Prime. This film picks up right where the first one left off, in Arendelle with Elsa as the Snow Queen. But not everything is as it seems, and Elsa starts hearing weird voices that lead her to a mystical forest across a dark sea.
What starts as a journey to find the owner of the voice, turns into an adventure about self-discovery. Of course, there are goose-bump inducing songs all throughout the movie; it wouldn’t be a Frozen film without them!
Bad Boys For Life
Miami Detective Mike Lowrey and his partner Marcus Burnett are back in Bad Boys for Life. When the wife and son of a Mexican drug lord decide to get vengeance on the people who put him away, Lowery is on the top of their list. Now, the two detectives, with the help of AMMO, a special tactical squad, have a new mission: to bring down the wife and son.
The only issue is that the old, wise-cracking detectives need to learn how to play nice with their new, younger partners. If you need a comedy packed with fast-paced action, you’ll be happy to know Bad Boys for Life is on Prime.
Birds Of Prey
After her break-up with the infamous Clown Prince of Crime, it’s open season on one Miss Harley Quinn. In the film Birds of Prey, Quinn is faced with life unprotected by the Joker, having to figure out what to do with some of the thugs of Gotham who are after her.
But she’s not by herself; she teams up with some other deadly females of the city to take on Black Mask and his right-hand man. Starring Margot Robbie as the infamous Harley Quinn, the film is full of action, female power, and hilarious one-liners that are sure to have you laughing until you cry.
Jumanji: The Next Level
Three years after the events of Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, Spencer decides to re-enter the game in Jumanji: The Next Level. Only, this time, the game is broken. So, when Martha, Fridge, and Bethany go to follow him into the virtual world, they have new problems to face with both old and new avatars.
Oh, and some new people get trapped, including Danny DeVito. Are you ready to meet the new villain of the jungle? Well, log into your Amazon Prime account, get a bowl of buttered popcorn ready and tune into Jumanji: The Next Level.
Joaquin Phoenix stars as the failed comedian Arthur Fleck in the critically-acclaimed film Joker. The movie follows Fleck, a bullied man who tries to fit in with society, as he descends further and further into madness, eventually becoming the Joker by the time the end credits roll around.
The film won Phoenix an Academy Award for Best Actor and is said to be an interesting look at societal views of mental illness. If you’re planning on watching Joker on amazon Prime, keep in mind some of the themes are violent. We recommend young viewers to watch the film with their parents or guardians, due to the R-rating.
The Call Of The Wild
The Call Of The Wild follows the story of Buck, a big-hearted California dog whose domestic life is uprooted to the Alaskan wilderness in the 1890s. Unfortunately, Buck isn’t uprooted with his family. He’s stolen and sold to an Alaskan sled dog company.
Throughout the film, Buck has to resort to his instincts to survive his new reality. Do you think he’ll be able to go from a domesticated dog to a leader in the Alaskan wilderness? There’s only one way to find out. Check out The Call Of The Wild on Amazon Prime.
If you’re a lover of murder mysteries, then you’re going to want to watch the critically acclaimed film Knives Out on Amazon Prime. The movie surrounds the mysterious death of crime novelist Harlan Thrombey, with Daniel Craigs’ character Detective Benoit Blanc in charge of leading the investigation.
Soon, the detective realizes that everyone in the dysfunctional Thrombey family is a suspect. So, it’s up to him to weed through all of the lies to figure out the truth. Who do you think had a grudge against the novelist? Tune into the mystery; you won’t regret the decision.
Based on a Louisa May Alcott novel of the same name, Little Women features an all-star cast to portray the four March sisters, Saoirse Ronan, Emma Watson, Florence Pugh, and Eliza Scanlen. The film starts with the sisters’ childhoods and follows them into adulthood, where viewers see the women branching off into different lives.
Then, everything changes when their youngest sister, Beth, contracts scarlet fever, bringing the sisters back together. The film is heartfelt and timely and is now on Amazon Prime for your viewing pleasure.
Once Upon A Time In Hollywood
Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio star in the hit film Once Upon A Time In Hollywood. The crazy story follows Rick Dalton, an actor who was known for starring in 1950s westerns. Unfortunately for his career, he has since struggled to find work in an ever-changing Hollywood. So, he spends his days with his long-time stunt double Cliff Booth.
Oh, and Rick so happens to live next door to Sharon Tate and Roman Polanski, the actress and filmmaker who are now known as high-profile victims of the Manson Family. If you missed this film in theaters, then be sure to watch it on Amazon Prime.
The Academy Award-winning film Parasite is something you’re not going to want to miss on Amazon Prime. Director Bong Joon-ho’s Korean picture follows the story of the Kims, a poor family that decides to infiltrate the house of the Parks, a wealthy family. Their plan is to pose as highly-qualified, yet unrelated, people who are looking for employment.
What happens next is almost too crazy to comprehend. Let’s just say someone is found living in a bunker, violence ensues, and justice catches up with the Kim family. Honestly, you’re just going to have to watch the thriller to see all of the events unfold.
The Invisible Man
The Invisible Man takes the phrase “stage five clinger” to a whole new level. The story follows Cecilia “Cee” Kass as she escapes the clutches of her abusive, wealthy scientist boyfriend, Adrian. But the twist is after Adrian’s suspicious death, a lot of strange things happen to Cee. Now, it’s up to her to prove she is being terrorized by Adrian, who she believes is still alive, just invisible.
Starring Academy Award-winner Elizabeth Moss, The Invisible Man is a thriller you’re not going to want to miss out on watching. Do you think Cee can win against an invisible opponent? Only one way to find out!
Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker
The Skywalker comes to an epic conclusion with Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. Reunite with Rey as she and the rest of the rebels fight to the finish to disband the horrible influence of the First Order, led by her nemesis Kylo Ren.
With new and old enemies to deal with, it’s up to Rey to trust in the force and bring an end to the tyranny the order inflicts across the galaxy. With the help of BB-8, Poe, and Finn, it’s now or never for the Rebellion, especially when they find out that Darth Vader didn’t actually kill the evil Emperor Palpatine.
The Hunt takes the idea of the Hunger Games and brings it up a few notches. The film follows the story of twelve strangers who wake up in a clearing, unsure how they got there. But they soon find themselves running and fighting for their lives. See, they’re actually part of a game where elitists hunt “deplorable” human beings for sport.
The captors weren’t expecting one of the deplorables to turn the tables on them, though. Watch The Hunt and see who, if anyone, makes it out of the clearing alive. The movie is available to rent on Amazon Prime.
I Still Believe
The romantic drama I Still Believe is based on the true story of Christian singer-songwriter Jeremy Camp as he struggles with love, loss, and music. The story focuses on Camp’s romance with his first wife, Melissa Lynn Henning-Camp, before she was diagnosed with ovarian cancer. Despite this knowledge, the two decide to get married.
If you’re interested in this dramatic musical, be sure to bring a whole lot of tissues to your living room. The film has been said to be a mix of Nicholas Sparks’ The Fault in Our Stars, and The Notebook, so there are bound to be some tears falling.
The critically acclaimed film Jojo Rabbit should not be overlooked when you’re browsing Amazon Prime’s film catalog. Following Jojo, a young German boy who learns his single mother is hiding a Jewish girl in their attic, the movie is full of satirical humor that is sure to have you laughing along with Jojo’s imaginary best friend, Hitler.
After coming across his mother’s secret, Jojo begins to question his loyalty to German politics during World War II. If you’re interested in watching this young boy figure out where he stands in world affairs, you’re going to want to watch Jojo Rabbit.
Spies In Disguise
Starring the lovely voices of Will Smith and Tom Holland comes the family fun film Spies In Disguise. The movie follows the story of Lance Sterling, an egotistical secret agent of H.T.U.V. and Walter Beckett, a socially awkward MIT graduate. The two couldn’t be more different.
Unfortunately, due to an unexpected turn of events, Beckett and Sterling are forced to work together to save the world. The question is, will they be able to put their differences behind them and work as a team? It’s time to log into your Prime account and rent Spies in Disguise to find out the fate of the world.
Spider-Man: Far From Home
Spider-Man: Far From Home takes place right after the events in Avengers: Endgame, meaning that the world is now with the genius of Tony Stark and the hero of Iron Man. So, it’s understandable that all Peter Parker wants is to take a nice relaxing European vacation with his friends.
Too bad that all comes to a screeching halt when Nick Fury shows up in his little hotel room to recruit him for a mission: to assist someone name Mysterio with defeating the Elementals. But nothing is as it seems, and Spidey needs to tap into his powers to defeat the villains.
The 2019 film Charlie’s Angels is the third installment in the franchise. Following the events that took place during Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle, this film introduces us to three new Angels as well as a new “Bosley.” After scientist Elena Houghlin’s invention, Calisto, falls into the wrong hands, she turns to the Townsend Agency for help.
Now, it’s up to Jane, Sabina, and Elena to find the sustainable energy source before it can be turned into a weapon of mass destruction. This action-adventure is one you’re not going to want to miss.
Molly Bloom has trained her entire life to be one of the best mogul skiers in the world. But when she is injured during a qualifying event for the 2002 Olympics, her dreams of gold are lost. Molly’s Game is based on the true story of Bloom and her life post-Olympic aspirations.
Now, Bloom runs one of the world’s most elusive high-stakes poker games with famous clientele, including people from the Russian mob. But when someone rats her out, and the FBI arrests her in the middle of the night, all bets are off. With her criminal defense lawyer as her only ally, Bloom awaits the verdict and her fate.