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Night of the Living Dead (1968)

In 1968, George A. Romero created a milestone in American horror cinema with “Night of the Living Dead”. To this day, Romero’s debut is considered the mother of all zombie films. “They’re coming to get you Barbara!” Johnny yells jokingly to his sister in the cemetery. (First Zombie film that I watch Best Movies On Amazon Prime)

Seconds later, however, this is a cruel reality. A mysterious stranger suddenly attacks. Her brother falls miserably in battle and dies. Barbara escapes at the last second. In the idyllic small town everyone is dead, there are corpses everywhere. She holed up in a house and met other survivors there. Meanwhile, the corpses have crawled out of their graves, scratching the door and are hungry for human flesh.

  • Directed: George A. Romero
  • Starring: Judith O’Dea, Duane Jones, Marilyn Eastman, Karl Hardman, Judith Ridley, and Keith Wayne

Gallipoli (1981)

First World War. Two Australian friends sign up to fight. They meet in Gallipoli, Turkey, and discover the horrors of war.

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Now considered by scholars to be one of the greatest fiascos in twentieth century military history, the Dardanelles expedition was a painful experience for thousands of soldiers from the Antipodes with their heads full of dreams. A deadly return to reality. Idealists, patriots or idle people in need of adventure, these young people discovered on these cliffs of Asia Minor a sinister warrior universe, far removed from the romantic idea that most of them had of war. Badly organized by a staff that had largely underestimated the defensive capabilities of a despised enemy, this Dardanelles expedition – also known as the Gallipoli campaign – had the avowed objective of opening a supply route to the Russian ally. In the end, what was to be a quick “clean-up” operation turned into a long ten-month trench battle in which 500,000 British and French attempted unsuccessfully to take control of the Turkish-controlled peninsula.

  • Directed: Peter Weir
  • Starring: Mel Gibson, and Mark Lee


American drama film produced and directed by Martin Brest “Scent of a Woman“, released on 23 December 1992. Film lead role actor “Al Pacino” won the “Academy Award” in the category of “Best Actor” for the work on this film.

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We have charlie sims and he goes to Baird school which is basically this really exclusive prep new England school and he’s there because he got a scholarship unlike his other classmates who are there because they have rich fathers, he is the poor kid amongst the group and he’s kind of an outcast and he wants to go home for Thanksgiving dinner to his family in Oregon. But he has no money so he takes a job to take care of. (Best Movies On Amazon Prime)

  • Directed: Martin Brest
  • Starring: Al Pacino, and Chris O’Donnell

Rushmore (1998)

A gorgeous comedy about an unusual academy student who falls in love with a teacher who is also his mentor’s after.

Max Fischer is the most enthusiastic student of the honourable Rushmore Academy. Hardly a day goes by without him setting up new working groups. Unfortunately, his school performance leaves something to be desired, so that he is threatened with exclusion. To make matters worse, Max falls in love with the unreachable teacher Ms Cross, who begins a relationship with Max ‘great role model, Magnate Blume. Max seeks revenge.

  • Directed: Wes Anderson
  • Starring: Jason Schwartzman, Olivia Williams, Bill Murray, Brian Cox, Seymour Cassel, and Mason Gamble

A Simple Plan (1998)

Neo-noir crime thriller film “A Simple Plan” (1998) released on 11 December 1998. The film is based on “A Simple Plan” by Scott B. Smith.

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On a cold New Year’s afternoon, Hank Mitchell, his older brother, Jacob, a simple soul on whom he has a great influence, and Lou, Jacob’s boyfriend, discovered in the wreckage of a passenger plane covered by snow the corpse of the pilot and a bag containing four million dollars. For Jacob and Lou, both unemployed, heaven sends them manna. But for Hank, whose beloved wife is expecting their first child, the American dream does not fly away. After a long discussion, they decide to keep the money and come up with a simple plan. (Best Movies On Amazon Prime)

  • Directed: Sam Raimi
  • Starring: Bill Paxton, Billy Bob Thornton, and Bridget Fonda

How to Train Your Dragon (2010)

The story of Harold, a young Viking not at ease in his tribe were fighting the dragons is the national sport. His life will be turned upside down by his encounter with a dragon which will gradually bring Hiccup and his family to see the world from a totally different point of view.

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A dragon hunter in the pay of a band of pirates, Grimmel promises to bring back dead or alive Toothless, the last Night Fury still at large. Best friend of the Viking leader Hiccup, who had once tamed him, the imposing winged fire-eater lives with his fellows on the Isle of Berk, in perfect harmony with the Norse warriors. But this idyllic habitat has become too cramped and overcrowded. To ensure the survival of the clan, and in the face of the threat posed by Grimmel, Hiccup has a plan: to go in search of the hidden world, a mythical universe that his late father told him about, and where everyone could live safely. But the young leader had not foreseen the arrival of a female dragon of the same species as Toothless, an alluring White Lightning Fury, captured and then released on purpose by the evil Grimmel. (Best Movies On Amazon Prime)

  • Directed: Chris Sanders
  • Starring: Jay Baruchel, Gerard Butler, Craig Ferguson, America Ferrera, Jonah Hill, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, T.J. Miller, and Kristen Wiig

Attack The Block (2011)

British science fiction comedy horror film “Attack the Block” released on 11 May 2011.

When it comes to trying, narrating, representing marginality, the underworld of society and its less pleasant facets in the eyes of the “average viewer”, British cinema is unique and inimitable. For many years they have become the greatest reference in cinema with a social theme and reflection, often with a combative component. In fact, it can be considered quite a large independent genre in its industry, and as such, it can (and should) also be subjected to transformation, hybridization and recycling like any other. And certainly, the result, however Martian it may seem at first, reaches an admirable freshness. It has already been shown in that cult series that is Misfits (E4) that the brits are also the best when it comes to turning the tables on the social story and the dialectics of the marginalized, whose serious and, let’s say, functional side, they have long since consolidated, and turned it into heterodox and genuine gender exercises.

  • Directed: Joe Cornish
  • Starring: John Boyega, Jodie Whittaker, Alex Esmail, Franz Drameh, Leeon Jones, Simon Howard, Luke Treadaway, Jumayn Hunter, and Nick Frost

Meru (2015)

What drives mountaineers, what drives them? The fascination of the peaks has inspired countless feature films and documentaries. Some tell of triumphs, many of the catastrophes, Meru tells of both.

Life is not always fair. Although Conrad Anker, born in 1962, is one of the most renowned climbers and mountaineers of his generation, only a dead colleague made him known outside of the alpine world. In 1999 he found George Mallory’s body high on the north face of Mount Everest. In the first scene of the documentary Meru, anchor now also hangs in icy heights and fears for his life. The summit is already in sight, but the wind prevents an ascent. So Anker and his companions Jimmy Chin and Renan Ozturk are waiting in a tent that dangles from a few ropes on a steep wall at over 6000 meters. For an unfamiliar audience, this is an insane and breathtaking construction. Your attempt fails, which is what motivates Anker & Co. even more.

  • Starring: Jimmy Chin, Jeremy Jones, Conrad Anker, Grace Chin
  • Directed By: Jimmy Chin, Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi

Always Shine (2016)

Two actresses who were once friends want to cement their friendship over the weekend. But jealousy wins … Ambitiously puzzled: The B-chamber play would be a kind of “Lost Highway“, but it shines with intense scenes by the leading actresses.

Anna ( Mackenzie Davis ) and Beth ( Caitlin Fitzgerald ) were once best friends, but have drifted apart over the years due to arguments and constant competition. On a joint trip to Big Sur, California, the two want to return to their old friendship. However, the reunion of the former friends is anything but warm and an uncanny tension builds up between them, which ends in an inevitable confrontation.

  • Directed: Sophia Takal
  • Starring: Mackenzie Davis, Caitlin FitzGerald, Lawrence Michael Levine, Alexander Koch, and Jane Adams

Marjorie Prime (2017)

Written and directed by Michael Almereyda (who adapted the script from a play by Jordan Harrison), Marjorie Prime made her world premiere at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival

Based on a work by Jordan Harrison. Set in a future, in which Marjorie, an old woman who had been a renowned violinist, fights against the passage of time as her memory begins to fail. Her relief is holographic projections of the people she loved who have passed away, and who have the way she wants to remember them. Marjorie spends time with the flawed holographic projection of her deceased husband of hers when he was in his 30s and 40s, and alongside her daughter and her stepson.

  • Directed: Michael Almereyda
  • Starring: Jon Hamm, Geena Davis, Lois Smith, and Tim Robbins

Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked The World (2017)

RUMBLE: The Indians Who Rocked the World is a feature-length documentary that provides a unique look at the history of music. (Best Movies On Amazon Prime)

RUMBLE explores a deep, essential and so far unrecognized chapter in the history of American music: its Indigenous influence. Through the portrayal of icons of music such as Charley Patton, Mildred Bailey, Link Wray, Buffy Sainte-Marie, Jimi Hendrix, Jesse Ed Davis, Robbie Robertson, Redbone, Randy Castillo or even Taboo, RUMBLE shows how these talented Indigenous musicians have helped shape the soundtracks of our lives.

  • Directed: Catherine Bainbridge, and Alfonso Maiorana


Psychological thriller film written and directed by Lynne Ramsay “You Were Never Really Here“.

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The Scottish filmmaker Lynn Ramsay’s new project You Were Never Really Here now one could be forgiven if this seems a little confusing, because Joaquin Phoenix was in a really crazy experimental thing called. In a movie that is gonna be compared to taken because taken and this have a similar premise where you have some guy who’s got some sort of you know kick-ass eree background whether its military or whatever the hell it is now they find themselves at a different stage in their life but they have to go after people who have been kidnapped and possibly sold into sex slavery rings. Now with Liam Neeson that
was his own daughter and he’s got that connection and with Joaquin Phoenix he doesn’t really seem all that excited about doing this stuff either but this is kind of his job he gets paid under.

  • Directed: Lynne Ramsay
  • Starring: Joaquin Phoenix, Judith Roberts, Ekaterina Samsonov, John Doman, Alex Manette, Dante Pereira-Olson, and Alessandro Nivola.

Itzhak (2018)

Itzhak Perlman feels just as comfortable at presidential receptions as in baseball arenas, where he already intones the national anthem when he likes it: to the delight of thousands of (sports) fans. The exceptional violinist, born in Israel in 1945, knows no political or cultural borders at all, which some music journalists have held against him in the past. His already legendary recordings, which have accompanied his long career since his first breakthrough as a boy suffering from polio in the no less legendary Ed Sullivan Show in 1958, are just as varied: (Apparently) he has recorded everything since then. (Best Movies On Amazon Prime)

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First and foremost Mozart, of course, whose oeuvre is still understood around the world today. Likewise all violin classics by Brahms or Vivaldi, which can be heard in the first music houses in the world as well as on some soft “Sunday mornings” classic CDs. That in turn fits very well with Perlman’s self-deprecating and bound-breaking character, who has the extraordinary honor of playing on Yehudi Menuhin’s noble instrument – a Stradivarius from 1714.

  • Directed By: Alison Chernick
  • Starring: Itzhak Perlman, Toby Perlman, Alan Alda, Billy Joel

Bumblebee (2018)

Bumblebee is a spin-off of the Transformers saga based on the famous yellow Autobot character without his own voice. As always, exquisite visual effects and a perfectly round plot. Maybe too much even. The script is so typical and comprehensive that it seems overly pre-fabricated. Even so, the film is spectacular and entertaining, in addition to providing a more than acceptable background for the character of Bumblebee and serving as a prequel to the first film in the saga.

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Trying to escape, in 1987, Bumblebee finds refuge in a junkyard in a small town on the Californian coast. Charlie (Hailee Steinfeld), about to turn 18 and trying to find her place in the world, discovers Bumblebee, damaged during a battle and decomposed. When Charlie revives him, she quickly learns that this is not a normal yellow VolksWagen.

  • Directed: Travis Knight
  • Starring: Hailee Steinfeld, John Cena, Jorge Lendeborg Jr., John Ortiz, Jason Drucker, and Pamela Adlon

Leave No Trace (2018)

Tom, a 13-year-old girl, can’t remember knowing any house other than the forest. Returning from the war traumatized, her widowed father indeed dragged her along in an existence where survival rhymes with invisibility, hence the title of Debra Granik’s film. (Best Movies On Amazon Prime)

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Discovered by the authorities, here they are brought back to society. For the teenager, there follows a discovery of herself, in contact with others, which the filmmaker films up close, never intrusive, but there to capture every bit of authenticity generated by the young Thomasin McKenzie, remarkable for its accuracy. As he leaves the forest invisibility, Tom has for the first time the choice: to continue to hide or to exist. In this, what this film, both subtle and visceral, gives to see is as moving as a birth.

  • Directed: Debra Granik
  • Starring: Ben Foster, Thomasin McKenzie, Jeff Kober, and Dale Dickey

The Souvenir (2019)

Drama film was written and directed by Joanna Hogg “The Souvenir“. “Joanna Hogg” won the award of “Sudance Film Festival” in the category of “World Cinema Dramatic Grand Jury Prize” on 2nd February 2019.

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With The Souvenir, Joanna Hogg made a film that started in her own memories. There was no script, but more of a short story, and as the filming went on, the film changed. Therefore it is a representation of their memories, it has gaps, some things will have happened that way, some not. But this is not about facts or authenticity either, but rather in the context of this autofictional narrative, major topics such as the relationship between art and reality, but above all the becoming of a filmmaker, are negotiated. In doing so, he does not become an egocentric navel gazing, but is full of small moments of truth. Thinking about film here always means thinking about life.

  • Directed: Joanna Hogg
  • Starring: Honor Swinton Byrne, Tom Burke, and Tilda Swinton.

Rocketman (2019)

Rocketman is not a biopic with vocal interludes. The film is a two-hour puffed up self-adulation. What is missing here is dirt, sex and a little update.

Just imagine those black and white puzzles that were so popular in the 90s and still had a highlight in color in focus. A rose. Or a heart. Now these things are mostly found in souvenir shops. Or just in “Rocketman”.

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First of all It might be a little unfair to enter the criticism of “Rocketman” with such a grand gesture, but Dexter Fletcher’s biographical musical about Elton John’s life and work is exactly what “Bohemian Rhapsody” wanted to be, but never even close has been. In contrast to “Rocketman”, the Freddie Mercury film was afraid of its own queerness. How annoying it was to see how someone like Freddie Mercury was shown so tailor-made, heteronormative and so without glitz and glitter.

  • Directed: Dexter Fletcher
  • Starring: Taron Egerton, Jamie Bell, Richard Madden, and Bryce Dallas Howard

The Lighthouse (2019)

New England, late 19th century. Thomas Wake (Willem Dafoe) and Ephraim Winslow (Robert Pattinson) are two lighthouse keepers who land on a remote island to take care of the maintenance of their lighthouse for four weeks.

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The Lighthouse is Robert Eggers’ second feature film: an atavistic, dirty and telluric phantasmagoria of Melvillian feverishness, which consolidates its maker as one of the most interesting directors in recent American cinematography. The film, awarded the FIPRESCI Award of the Directors’ Fortnight at the last Cannes Film Festival, is shot in exquisite black and white with a 1: 1 aspect ratio that accentuates the claustrophobic and uncomfortable nature of the story.

  • Directed: Robert Eggers
  • Starring: Willem Dafoe, and Robert Pattinson

Words on Bathroom Walls (2020)

American romantic drama film “Words on Bathroom Walls” released on 21 August 2020.

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A high school student has paranoid schizophrenia and suffers from hallucination. But a new, experimental drug could not only help him deal with the disease, it could also bring him closer to his dream girl.

  • Directed: Thor Freudenthal
  • Starring: Charlie Plummer, Andy García, Taylor Russell, AnnaSophia Robb, Beth Grant, Molly Parker, and Walton Goggins

One Night in Miami (2020)

Miami, on February 25, 1964, the young Cassius Clay (future Mohamed Ali) becomes world boxing champion, heavyweight category. Because of racial segregation, he must celebrate his victory away from other athletes. Surrounded by his friends, activist Malcolm X, singer Sam Cooke and football star Jim Brown, Cassius Clay decides to define a new world. (Best Movies On Amazon Prime)

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On February 25, 1965, boxer Cassius Clay won the title of world heavyweight champion in Miami. In attendance is his friend and mentor, civil rights activist Malcolm X, on whose advice Clay is to announce his membership in the Nation of Islam the next day. Also in attendance to applaud are successful singer and producer Sam Cooke and National Football League star Jim Brown. After the match, the hearts in the party, all go to the hotel room of Malcolm X, watched by security guards. To the disappointment of these three successful models, their host had nothing better planned … than a conversation tinged with reproaches about African-American solidarity in times of combat. Disappointed, Clay, Cooke and Brown lend themselves to the exercise, which gradually takes the form of a confrontation.

  • Directed: Regina King
  • Starring: Kingsley Ben-Adir, Eli Goree, Aldis Hodge, and Leslie Odom Jr.


What are the best comedy movies on Amazon Prime?

The Big Sick (2017), Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle (2004), Heathers (1989), His Girl Friday (1940), Intolerable Cruelty (2003), Love & Friendship (2016), A Simple Favor (2018), Wayne’s World 2 (1993), and Young Adult (2001).

What are the best comedy movies on Amazon Prime?

Here are the top 20 Amazon Prime best movies list – Night of the Living Dead (1968), Gallipoli (1981), SCENT OF A WOMAN (1992), Rushmore (1998), A Simple Plan (1998), How to Train Your Dragon (2010), Attack The Block (2011), Meru (2015), Always Shine (2016), Marjorie Prime (2017), Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked The World (2017), YOU WERE NEVER REALLY HERE (2018), Itzhak (2018), Bumblebee (2018), Leave No Trace (2018), The Souvenir (2019), Rocketman (2019), The Lighthouse (2019), Words on Bathroom Walls (2020), and One Night in Miami (2020)

What are the best action movies on Amazon Prime?

These are the top 10 action movies list on Amazon Prime – The Abyss (1989), Air Force One (1997), The Avengers (2012), Blue Story (2019), Bumblebee (2018), Charlie’s Angels (2019), Cliffhanger (1993), The Connection (2014), The French Connection (1971), I’m Your Woman (2020), The Italian Job (2003)

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