Best movies on Amazon Prime Video to watch now (October 2020)


Amazon Prime Video boasts an impressive range of movie choices for your next big night in, including some of the buzziest films of the year so far.

The platform has recently added Guy Ritchie’s crowd-pleasing gangster flick The Gentlemen, as well as Armando Iannucci’s acclaimed Dickens reinvention The Personal History of David Copperfield.

As Halloween edges closer, there’s also plenty of spooky options to get you in the seasonal spirit, including Ari Aster’s cult hit Midsommar and Dario Argento’s all-time classic, Suspiria.

If you’re working your way through the best films of all time, you can see how many you’ve already watched with the top 100 movies scratch poster.

But if you’re looking for something else, we have a guide to the best Amazon shows, the best Netflix movies, best Netflix series, and your guide to Disney+, which recently launched in the UK.

Last updated 16th October

The Personal History of David Copperfield (2020)

The Thick Of It and I’m Alan Partridge scribe Armando Iannucci writes and directs this fresh new take on Charles Dickens classic David Copperfield. Dev Patel gives a superb performance as the eponymous Copperfield, with the film charting his path to maturity, as well as the friends and enemies he makes on his personal journey. A fun and hugely entertaining watch, Iannucci also lines up a stellar supporting cast, which counts Tilda Swinton, Daisy May Cooper and Peter Capaldi among its ranks. If you missed it during its limited theatrical run (hampered by COVID-19), don’t miss the chance to stream it today. Watch on Amazon Prime Video

Silver Linings Playbook (2012)

Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper star in this charming romantic comedy-drama as two troubled people trying to piece their lives back together after suffering severe emotional trauma. They form an unlikely friendship which has the potential to develop into something more, if only they can prevent their own baggage from getting in the way. The screenplay by David O. Russell (American Hustle) is witty and heartfelt, while the two leads give truly phenomenal performances, picking up several major award nominations for their work. Watch on Amazon Prime Video

Bombshell (2019)

Bombshell stars Charlize Theron, Nicole Kidman and Margot Robbie


This awards contender from last year unravels the shocking scandal that saw several women come forward against then-CEO of Fox News Roger Ailes, with claims of sexual harassment. Charlize Theron and Nicole Kidman play real-life Fox anchors Megyn Kelly and Gretchen Carlson, while Margot Robbie plays the fictional Kayla Pospisil, an ambitious young producer joining the media organisation. While there were some complaints about the screenplay, the lead performances were lauded as some of the best of the entire year, with Theron and Robbie bagging Oscar nominations. Watch Bombshell on Amazon Prime Video

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The Wedding Date (2005)

Starring Debra Messing, Dermot Mulroney, and Amy Adams, romcom The Wedding Date is a perfect rainy-weekend viewing, with shades of Pretty Woman and Bridesmaids. Messing plays Kat Ellis, a New Yorker who is determined to find a date to accompany her to her younger sister’s wedding (and to provide a shoulder to cry on when she inevitably runs into her ex-fiancé, who will also be attending). However, she gets more than she bargains for when she hires Nick, a charming escort from the Yellow Pages who becomes her personal therapist and cheerleader over the weekend. Watch The Wedding Date on Amazon Prime Video

Sorry We Missed You (2019)

Ken Loach has long been established as one of the UK’s finest filmmakers, and his most recent effort was another bleak and sobering look at modern day Britain, this time taking aim at the injustices faced by those working in the gig economy. The film follows a man named Ricky and his family, who have been in poor financial straits ever since the 2008 financial crash. Ricky hears of an chance to make some more cash working as a self-employed delivery driver but soon discovers that the opportunity isn’t all its cracked up to be, as he finds himself the victim of an unfair system that makes it increasingly hard to balance his work with the demands of family life. This leads to major tensions developing at home. Watch Sorry We Missed You on Amazon Prime Video

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Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle (2017)


Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson stars in this modernised reimagining of the classic Robin Williams family flick, which sees four teenagers transported into a video game and transformed into larger-than-life avatars. From there, they must navigate the dangerous world and find a way to get home before it’s too late. Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle was a mammoth hit in cinemas, raking in almost one billion dollars at the global box office, and recently getting a well-received sequel. It’s fun, lighthearted watching with plenty of blockbuster thrills along the way. Kevin Hart, Jack Black and Karen Gillan co-star. Watch Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle on Amazon Prime Video

Read our full Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle review

The Gentlemen (2019)

Guy Ritchie goes back to his anarchic roots with another darkly comedic crime story, this time featuring Matthew McConaughey as a marijuana kingpin looking to get out of the drug business for good. That’s no small task, especially with a number of rivals looking to undermine his plans and take over his empire for themselves. The star-studded cast also includes Hugh Grant, Charlie Hunnam, Henry Golding, Colin Farrell and Succession‘s Jeremy Strong. Watch The Gentlemen on Amazon Prime Video

Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets (2017)

Valerian And The City Of A Thousand Planets - Key Art

Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets was unfairly overlooked during its original release, but the film is destined to become a cult classic, presenting a vibrant and colourful sci-fi universe which is a true wonder to behold. Based on a French comic book, the film follows galactic peacekeepers Valerian and Laureline as they investigate a crisis on a heaving space station called Alpha. There are some shortcomings, but these only play into the offbeat charm of Valerian: a unique sci-fi epic that provides a much-needed breath of fresh air from Hollywood’s often generic output.

Watch Valerian on Amazon Prime Video

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21 Bridges

Following the tragic passing of Chadwick Boseman, many have been revisiting some of the actor’s past work and admiring his incredible talent. Amazon Prime Video is home to 21 Bridges, a crime drama he made in collaboration with Avengers: Endgame directors Anthony and Joe Russo, which sees an NYPD detective on a citywide hunt for two alleged murderers, only to become embroiled in a much larger conspiracy. While not quite on the level of the actor’s finest work, such as 42, Black Panther and Da 5 Bloods, 21 Bridges is an entertaining ride from start to finish. Watch 21 Bridges on Amazon Prime Video

The Hunger Games series (2012-15)

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 stars Jennifer Lawrence as Katniss Everdeen


All four films in the blockbuster Hunger Games series are available to stream on Amazon Prime, following Jennifer Lawrence’s Katniss Everdeen as she competes in a barbaric fight to the death before leading an uprising against her oppressors. While the series arguably peaked early with its second instalment, there are powerful moments to be found throughout in a franchise which is leagues ahead of a typical young adult adaptation. Donald Sutherland gives an intimidating performance as the villainous President Snow. Watch The Hunger Games on Amazon Prime Video

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Fantastic Mr Fox (2009)

Visionary director Wes Anderson (The French Dispatch) takes on Roald Dahl’s classic children’s story about a crafty fox who steals food from neighbourhood farmers. Expect another dose of the filmmaker’s trademark quirky style, with the added charm of none other than George Clooney lending his voice to the lead role. Kids and grown-ups alike will find plenty to love about this timeless tale, which never got the attention it deserved in cinemas. Watch Fantastic Mr Fox on Amazon Prime Video

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Gravity (2013)

Sandra Bullock stars in Gravity (2013)


Sandra Bullock and George Clooney star in this sci-fi thriller from visionary director Alfonso Cuaron, which follows Dr Ryan Stone on a desperate struggle to return to Earth after a spacewalk gone horribly wrong. The gripping feature functions as both a nail-biting action flick and an emotional character study, touching on powerful themes on how to cope with loss and move on after terrible tragedy. Bullock and Clooney are both excellent, but the Oscar-winning score, stunning visual effects and suspenseful direction from Cuaron may stick with you longer. Watch Gravity on Amazon Prime Video

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The Truman Show (1998)

Here’s a movie that was years ahead of its time. The Truman Show is all about Truman Burbank (Jim Carrey), a man blissfully unaware that his entire life is a television series watched by billions all over the world. The movie picks up at a point in his life where he feels a need for adventure, prompting the producers to find increasingly extreme ways of keeping him in place. Will he ever find out the truth? Carrey is on top form here, taking on a more dramatic role than usual and knocking it out of the park. In the era of social media and reality television, The Truman Show is only growing in relevance. It’s essential viewing. Watch The Truman Show on Amazon Prime Video

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Hunt for the Wilderpeople (2016)

This heartwarming comedy from Academy Award-winning writer-director Taika Waititi (Jojo Rabbit), sees a troubled pre-teen and his grumpy foster uncle run off into the woods, sparking a national manhunt. Sam Neill (Jurassic Park) and Julian Dennison (Deadpool 2) are superb in the lead roles, while Rachel House (Thor Ragnarok) is hilarious as a stern child welfare worker on their case. Hunt for the Wilderpeople has all the quirky fun you would expect from a Waititi feature, but its heartwarming story is what really sticks with you. Watch Hunt for the Wilderpeople on Amazon Prime Video

Read our full Hunt for the Wilderpeople review

Knives Out (2019)

The full cast of Rian Johnson's Knives Out, including Daniel Craig and Chris Evans


Rian Johnson put his distinctive spin on an Agatha Christie-style murder mystery with this smash-hit from late last year, which features Daniel Craig (No Time To Die) as detective Benoit Blanc. He is called to investigate when a wealthy man is found dead and his dysfunctional family are all considered suspects. Johnson assembled an impressive ensemble cast for this comedy drama, which includes Ana de Armas (Blade Runner 2049), Chris Evans (Avengers: Endgame), Jamie Lee Curtis (Halloween) and Toni Collette (Hereditary). Watch Knives Out on Amazon Prime Video

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Dirty Dancing (1987)

Jennifer Grey and Patrick Swayze in Dirty Dancing

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Leaving Prime Video this month

An all-time classic, Dirty Dancing stars Jennifer Grey as Frances ‘Baby’ Houseman, who spends a fateful vacation with her parents at Catskills resort in the summer of 1963. She is drawn to dance instructor Jonny Castle, a bad boy figure played brilliantly by the late Patrick Swayze. The film charts their slowly blossoming romance as they prepare an ambitious routine for the end-of-season talent show. The two leads are undeniably charming, while the script from Eleanor Bergstein is able to find a good balance between comedic moments and surprisingly dramatic scenes. Watch Dirty Dancing on Amazon Prime Video

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Snowpiercer (2013)

Chris Evans stars in Bong Joon-ho's Snowpiercer


Director Bong-Joon Ho, who took home best picture at this year’s Academy Awards for his latest film Parasite, helms this dystopian thriller starring Chris Evans. With humanity close to extinction after environmental disaster, the few remaining survivors live on a train divided by social class, where the poorest on board are oppressed by the rich. While not quite as strong as his more recent work, Snowpiercer is a thrilling commentary on inequality with strong performances from Evans, Tilda Swinton and Octavia Spencer. The film spawned a popular spin-off television series, which is available to stream on Netflix. Watch Snowpiercer on Amazon Prime Video

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Wild Rose (2018)

Wild Rose tells the story of a Scottish woman who, upon being released from prison, wants to reform her life by becoming a country music singer. She gets the chance to fly out to Nashville to see if she can make it big, but can she truly leave her past behind? Lead actress Jessie Buckley (Chernobyl) earned a BAFTA nomination for her performance in this critically acclaimed indie hit, which has no shortage of emotional moments. Watch Wild Rose on Amazon Prime Video

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The Departed (2006)

Leonardo DiCaprio stars in Martin Scorsese's The Departed

Leonardo DiCaprio stars in Martin Scorsese’s The Departed

Leaving Prime Video this month

One of the most acclaimed collaborations between director Martin Scorsese and screen icon Leonardo DiCaprio, The Departed is a crime drama that unfolds within the confines of the New York’s dangerous Irish mob. The story kicks off when crime boss Frank Costello (Jack Nicholson) sends a member of his crew (DiCaprio) to be a mole in the Massachusetts State Police, just as the force send one of their cops (Matt Damon) to infiltrate the mob as an undercover agent. It isn’t long before both sides realise they’ve been played, setting the two covert operatives head-to-head in a race to discover the other’s identity. Watch The Departed on Amazon Prime Video

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Back to the Future (1985)

Back To The Future (1985)


One of the all-time classic blockbusters, Back to the Future sees American teen Marty McFly (Michael J Fox) uses the invention of his eccentric scientist friend Doc Brown to travel back to the 1950s. While there, he gets tangled up with his parents in a disastrous way that threatens his entire existence. This superb film is a joy to revisit time and time again, featuring so many memorable performances and iconic moments. If you’re a fan, why not make it a marathon? Back to the Future Part 2 and 3 are also available to stream now… Watch Back to the Future on Amazon Prime Video

Read our full Back to the Future review

Booksmart (2019)

Beanie Feldstein in Booksmart

Beanie Feldstein in Booksmart

Olivia Wilde directs this critically acclaimed comedy following two academic overachievers as they let loose on their final day of high school. Kaitlyn Dever and Beanie Feldstein are fantastic in the lead roles, the latter receiving a Golden Globe nod for her performance, with memorable appearances from Lisa Kudrow (Friends), Jason Sudeikis (Horrible Bosses) and Will Forte (30 Rock). Many critics hailed Booksmart as one of the best films of 2019, providing a fresh and contemporary spin on the coming-of-age story. Watch Booksmart on Amazon Prime Video

Coherence (2015)


This independent feature tells a genuinely thrilling sci-fi story on a shoestring budget, making it a testament to creative filmmaking. A group of friends get together for a dinner party on a night where a comet is passing overhead, but when relationships fracture when strange things start happening and paranoia takes hold. Emily Baldoni gives a brilliant performance in the lead role, particularly impressive given that much of the script was improvised on set, proving a compelling anchor for this intriguing mystery. Watch Coherence on Amazon Prime Video

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Hustlers (2019)

Jennifer Lopez and Constance Wu in Hustlers

Constance Wu and Jennifer Lopez in Hustlers

Inspired by a true story, Jennifer Lopez stars in this crime thriller about a crew of strippers who begin stealing money from their wealthy customers. Many film buffs called for Hustlers to be recognised at this year’s Academy Awards for Lorene Scafaria’s slick direction and JLo’s powerful lead performance. Ultimately, the film didn’t win any Oscar gold, but it remains a hugely entertaining watch with a strong supporting cast that includes Constance Wu (Fresh Off the Boat), Julia Stiles (Riviera), Keke Palmer (Scream Queens) and music sensation Lizzo. Watch Hustlers on Amazon Prime Video

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Mad Max: Fury Road (2015)

After a lengthy absence, George Miller returned to his Mad Max franchise in 2015 with Tom Hardy and Charlize Theron in tow, producing arguably the best film in the series. Admittedly, Fury Road might not satisfy those looking for complex narrative given that it’s essentially a feature-length car chase. But, in terms of sheer breathtaking spectacle, it’s a hugely ambitious blockbuster and one of few to bag a Best Picture nomination at the Academy Awards. Watch Mad Max: Fury Road on Amazon Prime Video

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The Farewell (2019)

Rising star Awkwafina stars in this touching family drama, about a Chinese-American woman living in the States who finds out that her grandmother is dying of terminal cancer. She returns to China to say her goodbyes, only to discover that her grandmother is blissfully unaware of the severity of her condition, which has been kept secret from her by her surrounding family. The film is inspired by the real experiences of director Lulu Wang and saw rave reviews from critics, with Awkwafina winning a Golden Globe for her performance. Watch The Farewell on Amazon Prime Video

Midsommar (2019)


Florence Pugh in Ari Aster’s Midsommar

Director Ari Aster followed up his acclaimed debut film Hereditary with this eerie horror flick. Florence Pugh takes the lead role as a young woman who takes a trip with her friends to a rural commune in Sweden, only to find themselves disturbed by their horrifying customs. Perhaps it could have been a tad shorter, but the sterling performances and excellent production design will keep Midsommar in your memory long after the credits roll. Watch Midsommar on Amazon Prime Video

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Once upon a Time in America (1984)

Sergio Leone’s gangster epic chronicles 50 years in the criminal underworld in New York City, with Robert de Niro and James Woods starring as lifelong friends whose partnership unravels into chaos. Be warned, you’ll need to be made of strong stuff to watch: these are nasty people and there are two rape scenes, involving Tuesday Weld and Elizabeth McGovern, that may be among the most shocking ever filmed. Watch on Amazon Prime Video

Read our full Once upon a Time in America review

John Wick (2014)


Available until 27th October

This stylish action flick set Keanu Reeves on the path towards his meteoric comeback and it’s easy to see why. John Wick is a triumph of stunt work and fight choreography, which delivers big on thrilling action sequences, but that’s not all it has to offer. The film goes one further than your typical action flick, by weaving in a fascinating story that slowly reveals a seedy underworld of assassins and secret organisations. Reeves is delightful as the eponymous legendary hitman, his performance packing a certain B-movie charm that fits this story perfectly. This first instalment also sees memorable supporting roles for Ian McShane (Deadwood), Lance Reddick (The Wire) and Adrianne Palicki (Agents of SHIELD). Watch John Wick on Amazon Prime Video

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Suspiria (1977)

One of many Dario Argento classics included with Prime, Suspiria was remade in 2018 – but the original version remains unparalleled.  Suzy,  ballet student arrives at a prestigious dance school, but quickly discovers that all is not what it seems. Strange, supernatural events keep occuring and several students die – leaving Suzy to wonder if she might be next…  Watch Suspiria on Amazon Prime Video

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The Wolf of Wall Street (2014)

Leonardo DiCaprio in The Wolf of Wall Street

Leonardo DiCaprio in The Wolf of Wall Street

Leonardo DiCaprio gives one of his most iconic performances in The Wolf of Wall Street, his fifth collaboration with superstar director Martin Scorsese. The film tells the true story of Jordan Belfort, a Wall Street stockbroker whose firm was found guilty of corruption and fraud. This three-hour epic charts his meteoric rise to success as well as his catastrophic downfall, with a star-studded supporting cast that includes Jonah Hill, Margot Robbie and Matthew McConaughey. It’s a wild ride… Watch The Wolf of Wall Street on Amazon Prime Video

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Paddington (2014)

Michael Bond’s iconic character from children’s literature is the star of this family film, which sees Paddington Bear go up against a nefarious taxidermist played by Hollywood star Nicole Kidman. Critics heaped praise on this heartwarming adaptation, which is sure to keep the kids amused with its wacky sense of humour and memorable performances. Ben Whishaw (Skyfall) provides the voice of the title character, while Hugh Bonneville and Sally Hawkins appear as Mr and Mrs Brown, who give him a place to stay when he arrives in London. Watch Paddington on Amazon Prime Video

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The Big Sick (2017)

The Big Sick Kumail Nanjiani

Kumail Nanjiani and Zoe Kazan in The Big Sick

Real-life husband-and-wife Kumail Nanjiani (who also stars) and Emily V Gordon penned this moving romcom about their relationship, which took a major hit in its nascent stages when Emily came down with a mysterious illness. Watch on Amazon Prime Video

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Inside Llewyn Davis (2013)

Inside Llewyn Davis Oscar Isaac

Oscar Isaac in Inside Llewyn Davis

Available until 26th October

Superstar directors the Coen Brothers helm this beloved drama about a young folk singer trying to make a name for himself in 1960s New York City. Oscar Isaac (Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker) stars as Llewyn Davis, a musician who recently lost his writing partner to suicide and now finds himself drifting through life with little purpose. While providing a glimpse into his difficult private life, the film never loses that distinct Coen sense of humour. Featuring Justin Timberlake (The Social Network) and Carey Mulligan (The Great Gatsby). Watch Inside Llewyn Davis on Amazon Prime Video

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Four Lions (2010)

Fiercely black comedy from Brass Eye creator Chris Morris, which sees a group of young Muslim men hatch an inept plan to become suicide bombers. With a premise like that, Four Lions could have been a terribly distasteful misstep, but through some sharp writing and strong performances it establishes itself as one of Britain’s strongest satires in recent memory. Riz Ahmed (Star Wars: Rogue One) and Kayvan Novak (Fonejacker) lead the cast, with appearances from Benedict Cumberbatch (Doctor Strange) and Julia Davis (Gavin & Stacey). Watch on Amazon Prime Video

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Animals (2019)

Alia Shawkat and Holliday Grainger in Animals

Alia Shawkat and Holliday Grainger in Animals

Alia Shawkat (Arrested Development) and Holliday Grainger (The Capture) star in this comedy-drama about two women who find themselves at a crossroads. Aspiring novelist Laura (Grainger) feels it may be time for them to let go of their rowdy lifestyle, while Tyler (Shawkat) isn’t ready to ditch the drink, drugs and casual sex. Led by two strong central performances, Animals is a funny and insightful look at the complexities of friendship. Watch Animals on Amazon Prime Video

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The Founder (2016)


Michael Keaton stars as Ray Kroc in The Founder

Ever wondered just how McDonald’s became so dominant in the world of fast food? The Founder takes you back to the 1950s, when the brand was a family business owned and run by two brothers. Along comes ruthless businessman Ray Kroc (Michael Keaton) who aggressively franchised the restaurants until they became a common sight across America – stepping on people along the way. Hot off his Oscar win for Birdman, Keaton gives a superb performance in this fascinating factual drama. Watch The Founder on Amazon Prime Video

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Stan & Ollie (2018)

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John C Reilly and Steve Coogan as Laurel and Hardy in Stan & Ollie

Stan & Ollie tells the true story of one of comedy’s most famous double acts: Laurel and Hardy. Steve Coogan and John C Reilly take the two lead roles and were acclaimed for how well they embody the late performers, earning a BAFTA and Golden Globe nomination respectively for their efforts. Fans of the iconic duo will no doubt be delighted by how this feature pays tribute to their work. Watch Stan & Ollie on Amazon Prime Video

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Room (2015)

Brie Larson (Captain Marvel) and Jacob Tremblay (Wonder) both give stunning performances in this heart-wrenching drama about a mother and son who have been held captive underground for years. Their desperate bid for freedom makes for utterly gripping viewing, but Room also does an excellent job exploring the psychological affects of such a life – particularly on a developing young mind. Watch on Amazon Prime Video

Read our full Room review

Trumbo (2015)

Bryan Cranston stars in Trumbo (2015)

Bryan Cranston stars in Trumbo (2015)

This biopic chronicles the career of screenwriter Dalton Trumbo, who was one of the biggest names in Hollywood in the 1940s, until he was targeted by an industry-wide blacklist at the start of the Cold War. The sustained campaign denied work to anyone working in entertainment who had previously supported or even shown sympathy for the USA’s Communist Party. Bryan Cranston earned an Oscar nomination for his performance in the title role, starring alongside Helen Mirren, John Goodman and Diane Lane. Watch Trumbo on Amazon Prime Video

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Fight Club (1999)

Brad Pitt, Edward Norton, an underground group who beat the living daylights out of each other for fun, and supreme direction from David Fincher. It’s probably one of the greatest films of all time, and undoubtedly one of the best on Amazon Prime. Watch on Amazon Prime Video

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Capernaum (2018)

This Academy Award-nominated drama tells the heartbreaking story of a young boy who asks to sue his parents for bringing him into the world. It’s an unflinching look at the poverty and extreme hardship faced by a Syrian refugee in a Beirut slum which makes for profoundly thought-provoking viewing. Watch Capernaum on Amazon Prime Video

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The Imitation Game (2014)

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Benedict Cumberbatch as Alan Turing in The Imitation Game

Headhunters director Morten Tyldum here takes on the important story of Alan Turing (Benedict Cumberbatch), the genius cryptographer who cracked the infamous Enigma code during the Second World War. Watch on Amazon Prime Video

Read our full The Imitation Game review

Manchester by the Sea (2016)

A masterful Sundance hit from Kenneth Lonergan. Casey Affleck is on electrifying, Oscar-winning form as Lee, a surly janitor living alone in a Boston suburb. Summoned by his family after his brother suffers a heart attack, Lee returns to his seaside home town to face the secrets of his past. Watch on Amazon Prime Video

Read our full Manchester by the Sea review

Andy Murray: Resurfacing (2019)

Andy Murray

Tennis superstar Andy Murray

This documentary charts two years in the life of British tennis player Andy Murray as serious injury threatens to take him out of the sport for ever. The cameras follow him as he pushes himself to get back to peak performance, featuring interviews with those closest to him. Watch on Amazon Prime Video

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