Amazon Prime Video has a huge array of content to choose from. When searching for something to stream, the list of best TV shows and best movies on Amazon Prime Australia is long. Not only can you rent or buy the latest Hollywood blockbusters right on Amazon Prime, but it has also secured a bunch of the best movies that are included in your streaming subscription.
Here are some of the best movies you can find on Amazon Prime Video for your next movie night.
What to watch on Prime
Emerald Fennel’s latest black comedy psychological thriller, Saltburn, has taken over the Internet of late — much like Jason Elordi’s bathwater candle.
The film’s synopsis reads as follows:
Distraught by his classmate Oliver’s unfortunate living situation, Felix, a rich student, invites him over to his estate. Soon, a series of horrifying events engulf Felix’s family.
Anyway, if you’re yet to watch the intriguing film, you can do so on Prime Video now.
Good Luck to You, Leo Grande
This sexy drama is one of the most touching films to come out of 2022. The film centres on a schoolteacher, Nana Stokes (Emma Thompson), who hires a sex worker (Daryl McCormack) to introduce some excitement into her life. What follows is a story that explores intimacy, pleasure and the barriers that can prevent us from accessing these things.
The Tomorrow War
Chris Pratt’s time-travelling alien action film ended up going straight to streaming on Amazon Prime and it makes for the perfect Friday night movie.
The Tomorrow War follows a group of time travellers who arrive from the year 2051 to recruit human fighters in a future war against a deadly alien species.
Borat Subsequent Moviefilm
Fifteen years after the original movie, Sacha Baron Cohen returns as Kazakh journalist Borat. The sequel takes Borat to the U.S. during the COVID-19 pandemic and the lead-up to the presidential election.
While there, he comes across a few familiar faces, including a questionable encounter with Rudy Giuliani. The film earned itself quite a few Golden Globe Awards, including Best Actor and Best Picture in the Musical/Comedy categories.
The Green Knight
The latest and greatest addition to Amazon Prime Video is The Green Knight. The film skipped theatres in Australia due to the pandemic, but now we can finally see it thanks to streaming.
The Green Knight is a dark and fantastical take on the Arthurian legend with Dev Patel taking on the role of Sir Gawain. Alicia Vikander, Barry Keoghan and Joel Edgerton also star.
Groundhog Day. Edge of Tomorrow. Russian Doll. The idea of living one day over and over again isn’t new, but it comes off as fresh in Palm Springs.
Andy Samberg and Cristin Milioti star in the sci-fi comedy about wedding guests who fall in love while living the same day repeatedly. The film was an underrated hero at the Golden Globes and is definitely worth a watch on Amazon Prime.
One Night In Miami
What happens when you put Malcolm X, Cassius Clay, Jim Brown and Sam Cooke in one room? Watch One Night In Miami to find out.
The film tells the fictionalised encounter of the four successful black men who come together to discuss their responsibilities during the civil rights movement. The film gained plenty of attention at the Oscars and also marked the directorial debut of actress Regina King.
We hear pretty frequently about the near-misses of asteroids that could destroy life on Earth, and it’s only a matter of time before it becomes a reality. Greenland imagines that reality.
Gerard Butler plays a structural engineer who is one of the lucky few selected to be part of the government’s evacuation party when it becomes clear an asteroid will hit Earth. The rest of the film is an edge-of-your-seat ride as he rushes to save his family from impending doom.
After We Fell
After We Fell is the much-anticipated sequel to the teen romance drama After (which you can also find on Amazon Prime). It’s based on a book by Anna Todd, which originally started out as fan-fiction about Harry Styles.
The story follows Josephine Langford as Tessa Young, who is preparing to move cities for a new job, but revelations about her past threaten her relationship with Hardin (Hero Fiennes Tiffin).
Tom Clancy’s left quite a legacy with multiple films, TV series and video games spawned from his novels.
The latest adaptation from Amazon takes on the novel Without Remorse, which follows Michael B. Jordan as U.S. Navy Seal John Kelly. After his family and team are killed, Kelly sets out on a path of revenge.
Did we miss your favourite movie on Amazon Prime Video? Let us know in the comments!
This article on best movies on Prime Video has been updated since its original publish date.
Lead Image Credit: Searchlight Pictures/Amazon MGM Studios/Warner Bros.
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