Need a movie in a minute?
At JOE, we understand that searching for a new movie to watch on the streaming platform of your choice can actually equate to a strangely stressful experience.
There are many second guesses involved. Maybe you are watching with a friend or a loved one and you just can not meet in the middle. You may not be in the mood for Die Hard for the 100th time.
The seconds become minutes and before you know it you have lost an hour and it is too late. Tragic things, really.
In any case, when a lot of new movies come out without a lot of ceremonies, we’re done.
For example, Netflix just added a few goodies last weekend – get them here if you haven’t already.
But we’re here to talk about Amazon Prime Video and the latest additions there, aren’t we?
If you are a subscriber, you can now choose from …
Christopher Nolan’s rotating story of two wizards and their fierce escalating rivalry has a strong cast in the form of Christian Bale, Hugh Jackman, Michael Caine, Scarlett Johansson, Rebecca Hall and David Bowie.
David Fincher’s dark thriller has rarely, if ever, been improved.
Brad Pitt and Morgan Freeman play two detectives – one as a cheeky rookie, the other as a veteran we all saw – in the footsteps of an inventive serial killer who uses the seven deadly sins as his guide.
Crazy stupid love
Ryan Gosling brings charm to 11 along with Emma Stone, Steve Carrell, Julianne Moore, Kevin Bacon and Marisa Tomei in this popular 2011 romantic comedy.
Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me
Austin Powers at Goldmember
The vintage of 2000 in which Samuel L. Jackson says things like “It’s my duty to thank this booty”, while at the same time he somehow finds the time to defeat the bad guys.
An up-and-coming Christian Bale co-stars as a particularly ugly villain.
The good liar
Helen Mirren and Ian McKellen give a rogue thriller a classy touch.
The wedding singer
A classic 1980s comedy starring Adam Sandler – as the depressed singer – and Drew Barrymore.
Rock of Ages
Tom Cruise steals the show in this noisy big screen adaptation of Broadway’s musical.
The girl with the dragon tattoo
David Fincher again, this time providing his version of the best-selling Swedish detective novel.
In the American version, Daniel Craig and Rooney Mara present excellent performances in an extremely moody setting – a wonderful score by Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross certainly helps – and an intricate murder mystery.
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