Best Movies to Stream on Amazon Prime Video 2021
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We all know Amazon Prime Video doesn’t have what it takes to beat Netflix original movies. But now, slowly, they are adding to their list of movies. The movie A standout: Sound of Metal, the Oscar winner for best sound and film editing and the career-best performance from Riz Ahmed is a big one to feature, but other lesser-known but gems also make the list.
Note: Some films on this list might not feature on Amazon in your country.
So, let’s take a look at some of the best Amazon Prime Video Originals that you can enjoy:
Do you need Paul Bettany in your life? You got it right here. We know you miss him after WandaVision. This story is set in the ’70s about a gay man and his relationship with his family. This is a comedy movie with sharp edges, and ultimately it will leave you on a positive note. Do check it out on a Sunday evening with your family. Good fun and education come along with the movie.
This one is a teen comedy-horror-thriller. Get duked is about two not-so-intelligent students and one nerd. This story follows them to Scottish Highlands, where they go attempt to win a trophy that involves navigating the area using the paper map. Everything becomes a little jumpier and thrilling when they meet a murderous hunter, the duke. The movie is great fun to watch with a little bit of chaos walking, cussing, and eating questionable flora this part you will understand after seeing the movie. Great weekend watch this one.
Sound of Metal:
We talked about this movie earlier. Also, this movie scored several Oscar in different areas. The most important ones the best picture and the best actor for outstanding Riz Ahmed. He plays a metal drummer who starts to lose his hearing while also struggling with a drug problem. Ruben is now forced to settle in the new life and learn sign language. It revolves around Rubens’s suspenseful life. Watch it; indeed, you will enjoy it.
This is a collection of 5 movies. This movie is a collection of 5 distinct movies about the West Indian immigrants in London in the 60’s and 80’s. All the movies are directed by one director Steve McQueen. The director has his magic over all these movies to see all sorts of different things like courtroom drama and trials. Take a seat and watch this gem right away.
The Lost City of Z
It is based on a life of a British adventurer. This movie will straight drop you into the Amazon Rainforest in search of an ancient lost city. It has enough adventures to invite you and make your watch enjoyable. It has stars like Charlie Hunnam, Robert Pattinson, and Tom Holland. It might be a little slower but watch it because you will be in an excellent fascinating psychological thriller.
Manchester by the Sea
We are sorry, but this will break your heart. This movie is about a broken man who has experienced losses becomes the guardian of a teenage nephew. This movie will hit you with an emotional punch. It has some excellent performance from the likes of Michelle Williams. This remarkable accomplishment by Kenneth Lonergan the Manchester by the sea, is full-bodied, unforgettable storytelling that will take you for an emotional ride.
This is a low critical indie movie starring Jim Jarmusch. He is famous for these kinds of movies. It gives you excellent detail and also a district sense of humor. This movie revolves around a bus driver and poet named Paterson, who likes to listen to the passengers talking and takes his dog out for a walk. Paterson offers a wise take on life, delving into his setbacks and the life decisions he takes, and the new paths he weaved around them.
The Vast of Night
This one catches the attention of a Sci-fi flick from Debut Director Andrew Patterson that cleverly gives its narrative. The movie starts with two radio workers investigating an audio frequency that can lead to or be traced back to aliens. It is set up in 1950’s New Mexico. The characters are giving perfect monologues and build an Erie atmosphere with a satisfying payoff.
You Were Never Really Here:
It is a Physiological thriller starring our very own Joaquin Phoenix. Yes, it would help if you watched this. This is one of the master classes made by Ramsay. This is a story about a hitman who is hired to rescue the daughter of a politician from a human trafficking network. It gets straight to the point and has a run time of 90 minutes. Phoenix is doing his brilliant, committed actor thing; You Were Never Really Here is more than your average thriller.
Suppose you are locked up and getting frustrated and want to watch something in your free time. Here some of the Amazon Prime original gems you can watch and enjoy. Hope you find this helpful information. Thank you for the read.
Do you have Amazon Prime Video, and are you stuck at home? Here are some of the best Amazon prime originals that you can get and enjoy your time at home in 2021.