Most streaming services hold off on adding new titles near the end of the month because most of the latest additions will arrive on the first. However, Amazon Prime Video is closing out July on a strong note by adding Knock at the Cabin, a sleeper horror flick that hit theaters earlier this year. Additionally, the Dwayne Johnson-led Rampage adaptation has a lot more giant animals than Johnson’s usual films.
Do you need help keeping track of Prime Video’s new and classic titles? If so, we’ve got you covered with our updated list of the best movies on Amazon Prime Video right now.
Perhaps there’s a knock, knock joke somewhere in the premise for Knock at the Cabin, but M. Night Shyamalan’s movies aren’t really built for humor. This story is about a young girl named Wen (Kristen Cui), and her two dads, Eric (Jonathan Groff) and Andrew (Ben Aldridge). Their idyllic vacation is cut short when four intruders hold them captive and make an incredible claim.
Leonard Brocht (Guardians of the Galaxy‘s Dave Bautista), Sabrina (Nikki Amuka-Bird), Redmond (Rupert Grint), and Adriane (Abby Quinn) really believe that the world will end if someone in Wen’s family isn’t sacrificed. And they’re willing to give their lives to prove it.
Rampage is very loosely based on the classic arcade game of the same name. Black Adam‘s Dwayne Johnson leads the human cast as Davis Okoye, a former soldier who has reinvented himself as a primatologist. Davis has a close bond with George, an albino gorilla who understands sign language and very rude humor.
When George is exposed to an unknown substance, he begins growing at an uncontrollable rate. But George isn’t the only animal who is rapidly growing, and his two counterparts are heading his way for a showdown. Somehow, Davis has to find a cure for George and the other animals and prevent an evil corporation from getting away with their part in these events.
Director Damien Chazelle (La La Land) took a big swing with Babylon, a high-budget period film set during Hollywood’s transition away from silent movies in the 1920s. Brad Pitt headlines the movie as Jack Conrad, an actor whose star power is on the wane as actress Nellie LaRoy (Barbie‘s Margot Robbie) lands her big break.
Manuel “Manny” Torres (Diego Calva) has Hollywood ambitions of his own, and he forges a connection with Nellie while riding his own wave of success in the studio system. But the path to fame is rocky, and Nellie may suffer a serious fall before ever fully achieving her dreams.
Till was largely overlooked by moviegoers in 2022 despite being a powerful look back at a very ugly period in our nation’s history. In 1955, a Black boy named Emmett Till (Jalyn Hall) allegedly whistles at a white woman, Carolyn Bryant (Haley Bennett). This quickly escalates out of control as Till was kidnapped, beaten, and lynched over the perceived offense.
Mamie Till (Danielle Deadwyler) is devastated at the loss of her son. Devastated and angry. Rather than letting Emmett’s death be buried, Mamie pushes to get justice for her murdered son, even when the law seemingly can’t hold his murderers accountable.
The Untouchables is the movie that finally gave Sean Connery an Oscar and helped solidify Kevin Costner as a movie star. Director Brian De Palma (Mission: Impossible) and screenwriter David Mamet (both of whom are cinematic legends in their own right) took a lot of creative liberties with the clash between crime boss Al Capone (Robert De Niro) and Agent Eliot Ness (Kevin Costner). But it’s definitely exciting!
At the height of Prohibition in the 1930s, Capone acts with impunity and very few are willing to challenge him. However, Ness and his new ally, Agent James “Jim” Malone (Connery), recruit Oscar Wallace (Charles Martin Smith) and George Stone (Andy García), to join them as an elite team of “Untouchables.” However, Capone is more than willing to strike at Ness and his team in any way that he can.
A few years before he hit it big, a very young Jim Carrey headlined the horror comedy, Once Bitten. Within the film, Carrey portrays Mark Kendall, a high school student who is frustrated by his girlfriend, Robin Pierce (Karen Kopins), who doesn’t want to have sex with him.
That leaves an opening for the Countess (Lauren Hutton), a beautiful vampire who has to drink the blood of a virgin three times before Halloween in order to maintain her ageless beauty. Mark falls under the Countess’ spell far too easily, and Robin is alarmed to witness Mark’s strange and bizarre behavior as he slowly becomes a vampire.
After the stunning success of A Quiet Place, director and star John Krasinski continued the story of the Abbot family in A Quiet Place Part II. Following the events of the first movie, Lee (Krasinski) is dead and his widow, Evelyn (Emily Blunt), is the only adult left who can protect their children, Regan (Millicent Simmonds) and Marcus (Noah Jupe).
When Evelyn and her kids encounter a family friend, Emmett (Cillian Murphy), they receive a clue that there may be a sanctuary where they can hide from the aliens that have invaded Earth. But even if the Abbots can reach safe haven, they may face threats from both the aliens and their fellow humans.
The Truman Show may be Jim Carrey’s best movie, and it’s a story that seems even more timely in the streaming age. Carrey plays Truman Burbank, a man who has been the star of his own TV show since the day he was born. However, no one has ever told Truman the truth, and everyone around him is an actor, including his wife, Hannah (Laura Linney).
Truman’s life is guided by the director, Christof (Ed Harris), a man who controls every aspect within a self-contained dome. But once Truman begins questioning the reality of his life, he’s willing to do anything to uncover the truth.
While there is some question about whether military sniper Chris Kyle embellished his wartime record with unconfirmed kills, there is no denying that he was seen by many as a genuine war hero. The story of Kyle’s life also greatly resonated with moviegoers when director Clint Eastwood (The Mule) brought it to the big screen in American Sniper.
Bradley Cooper headlines the film as Kyle, who earns his reputation while serving in Iraq. Kyle’s obvious skills win him the praise of his fellow soldiers, but his experiences also keep him emotionally distant from his wife, Taya Kyle (Sienna Miller). Because even when Kyle is back home with his family, he can’t seem to stop himself from going back to the ongoing war.
Director Christopher Nolan delivers again in Interstellar, one of the best sci-fi movies of the last decade. In the near future, Earth is dying and humanity desperately needs a new home. Former NASA pilot Joseph Cooper (Matthew McConaughey) reluctantly leaves his children, Murphy “Murph” Cooper (Mackenzie Foy) and Tom Cooper (Dune: Part Two‘s Timothée Chalamet), behind to join Dr. Amelia Brand (Anne Hathaway) on a search for an inhabitable world.
Unfortunately for Cooper, time passes differently for him in space as his children grow older on Earth. And if Cooper ever wants to make it back home, he needs to solve a scientific mystery that has haunted Murph (Jessica Chastain) for years.
Armageddon Time is a prestige drama that was released last year, and it takes place in 1980. The story focuses on Paul Graff (Banks Repeta), a young Jewish boy who befriends an African-American student named Johnny Davis (Jaylin Webb). When Paul and Johnny are caught breaking the rules at school, Paul’s parents, Esther (Anne Hathaway) and Irving Graff (Jeremy Strong), put him in a prep school.
While Paul and Johnny try to maintain their friendship, the former is stunned by the racism of his new classmates. Only Paul’s grandfather, Aaron Rabinowitz (Anthony Hopkins), argues that Paul should stand up for his friend. But as tragedy looms for this family, Paul will have to find his own way.
In the movie that bears her name, Lydia Tár (Cate Blanchett) has all of the power and fame she could ever dream about. Tár reveals that Lydia has used her success as a composer and conductor to become a crossover celebrity with her own book and more trappings of fame.
Lydia even has a devoted wife, Sharon Goodnow (Nina Hoss), and they are raising a daughter named Petra (Mila Bogojevic). But that’s not enough for Lydia, and she uses and abuses her power to satisfy her own needs. As Lydia’s secrets begin to come back to haunt her, everything she has gained is on the verge of slipping away from her grasp.
As they say in RoboCop, “I’d buy that for a dollar!” Calculated for inflation, that would be “I’d buy that for $2.68!,” but it just doesn’t have the same ring to it. Director Paul Verhoeven wasn’t aiming for realism in this sci-fi satire, but RoboCop‘s near-future dystopia is a lot closer to our reality than anyone expected. And its bleak humor has somehow gotten even funnier over the ensuing decades.
Peter Weller headlines the film as Alex Murphy, an honest cop in Old Detroit who is brutally murdered by vicious criminals. After Murphy’s death, the mega corporation OCP resurrects him as RoboCop, the future of law enforcement. But this cyborg can’t fully forget the man he used to be, and Murphy is coming after the men who killed him, no matter who they work for.
Michael B. Jordan makes his directorial debut with Creed III, which theoretically could work as the end of the Rocky movies. At this point in his life, Adonis “Donnie” Creed (Jordan) has pretty much done everything he wanted in boxing, so he retires to spend more time with his wife, Bianca Taylor-Creed (Tessa Thompson), and their daughter, Amara (Mila Davis-Kent).
Unfortunately for Donnie, the good times end when his former friend, Damian “Diamond Dame” Anderson (Jonathan Majors), renters his life. Years ago, Dame was sent to prison, and it was largely Donnie’s fault. Now that Dame is back, he’s going to push Donnie until he gets the chance for payback in the ring. And this may not be a fight that Donnie can win.
Hollywood loves it when an actor uses makeup and prosthetics to completely transform their physical appearance, which is exactly what Christian Bale had to do to portray Dick Cheney in the darkly funny biopic Vice. The film follows Cheney’s rise to power, from his days in the Nixon administration to the first Bush administration, with his wife, Lynne Vincent Cheney (Amy Adams), by his side.
But that’s just the prelude for Cheney’s eight-year stint as vice president under President George W. Bush (Sam Rockwell). In that administration, Cheney’s ruthless ambition allows him to become the most powerful vice president in U.S. history.
Franck Gastambide pulls triple duty in the action comedy Medellin as the co-writer, director, and star. The story follows Reda (Ramzy Bedia), a man who learns that his brother has been kidnapped by the infamous Medellin drug cartel. Rather than pay off the cartel, Reda decides that he’ll go down to Colombia and rescue his brother himself.
Of course, Reda can’t pull off that audacious plan alone. Alongside Stan (Gastambide) and Chafix (Anouar Toubali), Reda makes an even more insane move by kidnapping the son of a cartel leader in the hopes of exchanging him for his brother. But this buys the unlikely trio a world of trouble as the cartel’s enforcers come down on them.
Director Tommy Wirkola’s Violent Night is essentially Succession meets Die Hard on Christmas Eve with Santa Claus (David Harbour) as the unlikely action hero. This is the real Santa, and he’s just over Christmas at this point in his life. During a stop at the mansion of the insanely wealthy Gertrude (Beverly D’Angelo), Santa doesn’t even pay any attention to the rivalry between her adult children, Jason (Alex Hassell) and Alva (Edi Patterson).
However, Jason’s daughter, Trudy (Leah Brady), is a true believer in Christmas. And it’s for Trudy’s sake that Santa is spurred into action when this wealthy family is held hostage by a man calling himself Mr. Scrooge (John Leguizamo) and his Christmas-themed goons. Now it’s time for Santa to give these naughty criminals more than just a piece of coal.
Literature is filled with stories about genies tricking mortals into making wishes that ultimately harm them. This is something that Alithea Binnie (Tilda Swinton) is keenly aware of in Three Thousand Years of Longing. Alithea is an aging British scholar who hasn’t quite worked out what she wants from life. But Alithea isn’t sure she can believe what she sees and hears when she suddenly finds herself face-to-face with a real Djinn (Idris Elba) who wishes to be free from his enslavement.
To win Alithea’s trust and to entice her to make three wishes, the Djinn shares his centuries-long tale of heartbreak and desire. And much to Alithea’s surprise, this inspires her to make a major change in her life.
She Said was a flop in theaters, but it appears to be finding its audience online now that it’s on Prime Video. Carey Mulligan and Zoe Kazan star as New York Times reporters Megan Twohey and Jodi Kantor, respectively. And together, they’ve stumbled upon the story of a lifetime that can take down Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein (Mike Houston).
Despite Weinstein’s numerous victims over the decades, Twohey and Kantor have an extremely difficult time getting anyone to go on the record about his sexual misconduct. Even A-list actresses are reluctant to share their names. And when Weinstein learns about the report, he throws numerous obstacles into its path and tries to derail it. But this is the birth of a movement that not even Weinstein could stop.
Jurassic World Dominion is the end of the Jurassic World trilogy, and the big attraction is the reunion of Jurassic Park’s Alan Grant (Sam Neill), Ellie Sattler (Laura Dern), and Ian Malcolm (Jeff Goldblum) as they confront a potential ecological disaster that was engineered by Biosyn’s CEO Lewis Dodgson (Campbell Scott).
As for Owen Grady (Chris Pratt) and Clare Dearing (Bryce Dallas Howard), they have more personal stakes. Biosyn has kidnapped their adoptive daughter, Maisie Lockwood (Isabella Sermon), and the offspring of Owen’s raptor, Blue. It’s going to take an Avengers-level team-up to solve this crisis.
Ben Affleck is the title character in The Accountant, but he does have a name: Christian Wolff. Christian is a high-functioning autistic man with a gift for numbers who makes a living cooking the books for crooks. When Living Robotics’ Rita Blackburn (Jean Smart) hires Christian to look over her company’s financial records, he uncovers a multimillion dollar theft that someone will do anything to hide.
Christian and his Living Robotics liaison, Dana Cummings (Anna Kendrick), are both targeted for death because of his discovery. But Christian is uniquely trained to fight back, and he’s willing to go through anyone in his way.
Prepare for the origin story of Michael Jordan’s shoes. Don’t worry, Air is more compelling than it sounds. And while it is the story of how the Air Jordan sneakers came into being, it’s also the story of how executives at Nike realized that teaming up with Jordan was a once-in-a-generation opportunity. But first, they have to convince Jordan’s mother, Deloris Jordan (Viola Davis).
Ben Affleck directed the film and stars as Phil Knight, one of the co-founders of Nike. At Phil’s behest, talent scout Sonny Vaccaro (Matt Damon) is tasked with turning around the company’s basketball operation. And as soon as Nike gets behind the Jordan pitch, the future of the company is on the line.
In the ABBA-inspired musical Mamma Mia!, young bride-to-be Sophie Sheridan (Amanda Seyfried) just wants to get her father to walk her down the aisle. Unfortunately, she’s not sure who her father is. But she does have three likely candidates: Harry Bright (Colin Firth), Bill Anderson (Stellan Skarsgård), and Sam Carmichael (Pierce Brosnan).
Much to the alarm of Sophie’s mother, Donna Sheridan (Meryl Streep), Sophie invites all three of these men to her wedding. Even Donna doesn’t know which one is Sophie’s father, but each of her trio of ex-lovers soon become convinced that they are the dad that Sophie is longing to find. And it’s going to take a lot of singing and dancing to resolve this issue.
Paramount+ may have the Fatal Attraction series, but Prime Video has the classic film that inspired the show, and it will not be ignored! In the movie, Dan Gallagher (Michael Douglas) is a happily married man who nevertheless has a one night stand with Alex Forrest (Glenn Close). Afterwards, Dan thinks he’s free to go back to his wife, Beth Rogerson Gallagher (Anne Archer), and their daughter, Ellen (Ellen Hamilton Latzen). And when Alex tries to advance their affair, Dan shuts her out of his life.
However, Alex simply won’t take “no” for an answer, and she continuously escalates the situation while threatening to expose Dan’s infidelity to Beth. And when that fails to produce results, Alex starts to become truly dangerous to both Dan and his family.
Ben Affleck lives so much of his life in the tabloid haze of Hollywood that it’s sometimes easy to forget that he’s a good actor. The Way Back gives Affleck another chance to prove his dramatic chops, while dealing with a subject matter that is very close to him. In the film, Affleck stars as Jack Cunningham, a former high school star basketball player whose marriage to Angela (Janina Gavankar) is threatened by their shared grief over the death of their son, and by Jack’s alcoholism.
Jack is soon recruited by Father Edward Devine (John Aylward) to return to his alma mater and coach the school’s basketball team, which has fallen on hard times. At first, the kids give Jack a new sense of purpose. However, a resurgence of his grief threatens to cost Jack everything he holds dear.
Jason Bateman and Rachel McAdams make a delightful husband and wife team in Game Night, a wild comedy in which they play Max and Annie Davis. This couple loves to play, but their game nights have been getting pretty stale. When Max’s brother, Brooks Davis (Kyle Chandler), hosts his own game night, Max and Annie, along with two other couples, witness Brooks’ abduction by armed men.
Initially, the assembled couples assume that Brooks’ kidnapping was all part of the game. Unfortunately, the danger turns out to be all too real, which forces Max and Annie to turn to Gary Kingsbury (Jesse Plemons), their lonely policeman neighbor who had recently been excluded from their game nights.
Perhaps the most amazing thing about Amazon Studios’ new documentary Judy Blume Forever is that the author herself, Judy Blume, is not only still alive, but she was able to be an active participant in the movie. The film essentially tells her life story, often in her own words, as it chronicles her journey from a housewife to a beloved children’s author whose books are still widely read.
Several famous commentators also share their thoughts about Blume, including Molly Ringwald, Lena Dunham, Anna Konki, Samantha Bee, Mary H.K. Choi, and Jacqueline Woodson. But the ones who really stand out are the ordinary women whose lives were deeply touched by Blume and her stories.
There’s a simple reason why Ticket To Paradise is such an effective romantic comedy. George Clooney and Julia Roberts are so comfortable together onscreen that you can almost believe that they were married at one point. In the film, they play David and Georgia Cotton, a divorced couple whose marriage fell apart two decades earlier.
Despite their lingering resentment towards each other, David and Georgia make a pact to break up the impromptu wedding of their daughter, Lily (Kaitlyn Dever), and her fiancé, Gede (Maxime Bouttier). And while David and Georgia plot together, the tropical setting and their renewed partnership reawaken the old feelings that they used to have.
Nicolas Cage recently vamped it up on the big screen as Dracula in Renfield. But in terms of over-the-top performances, Cage would be hard-pressed to surpass his masterpiece: Face/Off. In this John Woo-directed flick, Cage plays a terrorist named Castor Troy who falls into a coma after hiding deadly bombs that are primed to go off. To save lives, FBI Agent Sean Archer (John Travolta) agrees to undergo an experimental face transplant so he can go undercover as Troy and find the bombs.
When Troy awakens from his coma without a face, he forces the doctors to attach Archer’s face to his body before killing anyone who knows the truth. Thus, for nearly the entire movie, Cage is playing his version of Archer, while Travolta gets to go wild as Troy with Archer’s face. This film is so ludicrous that it becomes incredibly enjoyable to watch.
For most of his screen time in Life of Pi, Suraj Sharma shares the stage with a CGI Bengal tiger named Richard Parker. And it is absolutely mesmerizing. Ang Lee directed Yann Martel’s novel with an elevated sense of magical reality. When young Piscine Molitor “Pi” Patel (Sharma) and his family are caught in a shipwreck, he finds himself stuck on a lifeboat with animals from his family’s zoo, including tiger Richard Parker.
As the tiger takes out the other animals, Pi has to find a way to co-exist with Richard Parker, as well as the strength of will to survive a harrowing ordeal at sea. This film is a visual masterpiece, and it has an unforgettable story.
Did you know that Star Wars and dozens of other films were greatly influenced by the French sci-fi comic Valérian and Laureline by Pierre Christin? However, the comic didn’t make it to the big screen until director Luc Besson adapted it into Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets. True to its title, the space station Alpha is indeed the product of aliens from thousands of worlds, and it is kept under the watchful eye of the United Human Federation.
Two of the station’s primary operatives, Valerian (Dane DeHaan) and Laureline (Cara Delevingne), try to keep the peace before they unknowingly stumble upon a conspiracy that could bring down Alpha itself. Laureline also has her hands full keeping Valerian’s amorous intentions toward her in check, even though his attraction to her isn’t one-sided.
It’s not an exaggeration to say that Top Gun: Maverick is the most popular movie of 2022 and one of biggest blockbusters in years. And after cleaning up at the box office, the Top Gun sequel is coming in for a landing on Prime Video. Tom Cruise reprises his role as Capt. Pete “Maverick” Mitchell, a test pilot-turned-instructor who doesn’t quite have the same fire that he had in the ’80s.
While teaching the next generation of Top Gun pilots, Maverick also finds himself in conflict with one of his students, Lt. Bradley “Rooster” Bradshaw (Miles Teller), the son of his late friend, Nick “Goose” Bradshaw. However, Maverick and his pilots will need to find common ground as they are drawn into a new mission with high stakes and breathtaking flying sequences.
Good Will Hunting is the movie that made Matt Damon and Ben Affleck into stars. They co-wrote the script together, and Damon plays the title character, Will Hunting, with Affleck as his best friend, Chuckie Sullivan. Will is a genius whose personal issues have held him back in life. But while working as a janitor at Harvard, Will solves an incredibly difficult math problem that catches the attention of Professor Gerald Lambeau (Stellan Skarsgård).
Lambeau is the first person to realize that Will has limitless potential if he can stay out of trouble with the law. Enter Dr. Sean Maguire (Robin Williams in an Oscar-winning turn), a psychologist who challenges Will to overcome his past and embrace the man he could become. It’s a riveting feel-good drama for the ages. How do you like them apples?
Jordan Peele’s latest film, Nope, is an impressive blend of sci-fi and horror. Siblings OJ (Daniel Kaluuya) and Em Haywood (Keke Palmer) are on the verge of selling their father’s horse ranch when they realize that a UFO appears to be hanging around their property and devouring horses. With the assistance of a Fry’s Electronics tech, Angel Torres (Brandon Perea), they attempt to record footage of the UFO as a way to get rich.
Unfortunately for the unlikely trio, the aforementioned UFO is far more dangerous than they initially realized. And it’s not what they expected at all. Nope made DT’s list of the best movies of 2022, and there’s a good reason why: it’s entertaining and smart, which is a rare combination in blockbuster movies these days.
Pulp Fiction was not Quentin Tarantino’s first movie, but it is the film that made him a legend. Tarantino intentionally tells the events of the story in non-chronological order. But the characters are so memorable that it’s almost impossible to take your eyes off of them. This is especially true of the hitmen, Vincent Vega (John Travolta) and Jules Winnfield (Samuel L. Jackson), as they find themselves in way over their heads after an accidental death.
Bruce Willis also has a strong turn as Butch Coolidge, an aging boxer who double-crossed the local crime boss, Marsellus Wallace (Ving Rhames), by refusing to throw a match after accepting a large bribe. And in Butch’s attempt to skip town with the money, he comes face-to-face with Marsellus himself.
The original Magnificent Seven is one of the all-time great Westerns. The modern remake is nowhere near that good, but it’s still enjoyable on its own terms. Strangely enough, it plays more like a superhero movie than a Western, as each of the seven brings a particular skill to the table.
Over a decade after the Civil War, Bartholomew Bogue (Peter Sarsgaard) and his men enslave and brutalize a small town. The beleaguered townspeople turn to U.S. Marshal Sam Chisholm (Denzel Washington), and his hastily assembled Avengers of the Old West, including Joshua Faraday (Chris Pratt), Goodnight Robicheaux (Ethan Hawke), Jack Horne (Vincent D’Onofrio), Billy Rocks (Byung-hun Lee), Vasquez (Manuel Garcia-Rulfo), and Red Harvest (Martin Sensmeier). The outcome is never really in doubt, but it’s still a fun ride.
In the same way that audiences fell in love with Pixar’s cute Wall•E, watching Good Night Oppy elicits a similar response, drawing you into the gushy human emotion surrounding a robot roaming Mars 50 million miles away. But that’s because this documentary is as much about the people at NASA that made the Opportunity Mars Exploration Rover mission possible as it is about the rover itself. Narrated by Black Panther: Wakanda Forever‘s Angela Basset, Good Night Oppy tells the inspiring story of Opportunity, a six-wheeled, solar-powered vehicle that touched down on the Red Planet in January of 2004 and was supposed to roam and explore the landscape for a pre-determined 90 days. But beyond anyone’s expectations, Oppy’s mission endured for nearly 15 years before going dark. Told through interviews with many of the scientists and engineers on the project, as well as archival footage, this is a feel-good doc not to be missed.
Regina Hall (Nine Perfect Strangers, Insecure) stars in this social thriller/horror about an elite New England university that’s as old as the country itself and has just as many dark secrets. Hall plays Gail Bishop, the school’s new headmaster and the first Black person to hold the position. A Black student, Jasmine Moore (Zoe Renee), arrives as a freshman and is soon subjected to anonymous racist attacks that she is convinced are being done by an ancient presence from the school’s past — turns out the school was built on the site of some Salem-era witch trials. As Gail and Jasmine learn to navigate the school’s elite politics and privilege, they uncover the truth about the school and just how tied to its past it really is.
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