The Best Movies on Amazon Prime Video to Stream Now

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From thrillers to romantic comedies, here are the best movies to stream on Amazon Prime Video

<p>Jojo Whilden/Paramount </p> From left: Bebe Wood, Reneé Rapp and Avantika in

Jojo Whilden/Paramount

From left: Bebe Wood, Reneé Rapp and Avantika in 'Mean Girls,' 2024

Get the popcorn ready.

Nowadays, Netflix is far from the only option for on-demand entertainment. It may seem like there's a new streaming service popping up every week, but a few remain at the top of the food chain — Amazon Prime Video being one of them.

The subscription-based platform offers a wide variety of movie titles, from original content to age-old classics, right at your fingertips. You can be rolling in the aisles from comedies like 80 for Brady, get an adrenaline rush from a horror flick like Five Nights at Freddy's or enjoy Oscar winners like American Fiction and Titanic. Fresh releases like The Idea of You and Road House are available, too, so you can keep up on all the latest movie buzz.

Ahead, check out all the best movies now streaming on Amazon Prime Video.

Mean Girls

<p>Jojo Whilden/Paramount </p> From left: Jaquel Spivey, Angourie Rice and Auli'i Cravalho in 'Mean Girls,' 2024

Jojo Whilden/Paramount

From left: Jaquel Spivey, Angourie Rice and Auli'i Cravalho in 'Mean Girls,' 2024

The Plastics still wear pink on Wednesdays as Mean Girls (2024) preserves the timeless story of Tina Fey's 2004 classic, but also updates it for the social media age while including a bunch of songs from the Broadway musical adaptation. With Fey and Tim Meadows reprising their original roles, the musical film also boasts a "fetch" ensemble of Gen Z talent, including Angourie Rice, Reneé Rapp, Auliʻi Cravalho, Christopher Briney and more.

Watch Mean Girls on Amazon Prime Video

The Holdovers

<p>Courtesy of FOCUS FEATURES</p> Dominic Sessa and Paul Giamatti in 'The Holdovers,' 2023

Courtesy of FOCUS FEATURES

Dominic Sessa and Paul Giamatti in 'The Holdovers,' 2023

In 1970 New England, Dr. Paul Hunham (Paul Giamatti) — a straitlaced, Scrooge-like classics instructor at Barton Academy — begrudgingly supervises five students stuck at school during the holiday break. However, a ski trip whisks away all but one: Angus Tully (Dominic Sessa). As the days pass on an empty campus, Paul, Angus and cafeteria manager Mary (Da'Vine Joy Randolph, in her Oscar-winning role) find an unexpected gift in each other's company.

Watch The Holdovers on Amazon Prime Video

Oppenheimer

<p>Universal Pictures</p> Cillian Murphy in 'Oppenheimer,' 2023

Universal Pictures

Cillian Murphy in 'Oppenheimer,' 2023

Based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning biography titled American Prometheus: The Triumph and Tragedy of J. Robert Oppenheimer, Christopher Nolan's Best Picture winner traces the life of J. Robert Oppenheimer (Oscar winner Cillian Murphy), the scientist who spearheaded the creation of the atomic bomb during World War II. As the highest-grossing biopic of all time, Oppenheimer also features performances from Emily Blunt, Matt Damon, Robert Downey Jr. (who also won an Oscar), Florence Pugh, Josh Hartnett and more.

Watch Oppenheimer on Amazon Prime Video

Call Me by Your Name

<p>Sony Pictures Classics</p> Timothée Chalamet in 'Call Me by Your Name,' 2017

Sony Pictures Classics

Timothée Chalamet in 'Call Me by Your Name,' 2017

Amidst the beauty of sun-soaked Italian landscapes, Luca Guadagnino's Call Me by Your Name envelops viewers in a heartrending love story between 17-year-old Elio (Timothée Chalamet) and 24-year-old graduate student Oliver (Armie Hammer) during a passion-filled summer spent together. Recognized with an Oscar for Best Adapted Screenplay, this 2017 romantic drama etches a lasting impression on the heart and soul.

Watch Call Me by Your Name on Amazon Prime Video

Whiplash

<p>Moviestore/Shutterstock</p> J.K. Simmons in 'Whiplash,' 2014

Moviestore/Shutterstock

J.K. Simmons in 'Whiplash,' 2014

Written and helmed by La La Land (2016) writer-director Damien Chazelle, this 2014 psychological drama marches to the beat of Andrew Neiman (Miles Teller), an ambitious jazz drummer chasing his dreams. Enrolling in a ruthless music conservatory in Manhattan, the young musician finds himself under the tutelage of a high-handed instructor (J.K. Simmons), who pushes Andrew to the limits of his talent and sanity.

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The Idea of You

<p>Courtesy of Prime</p> Nicholas Galitzine and Anne Hathaway in 'The Idea of You,' 2024

Courtesy of Prime

Nicholas Galitzine and Anne Hathaway in 'The Idea of You,' 2024

When 40-year-old single mom Solène (Anne Hathaway) accompanies her teen daughter (Ella Rubin) to Coachella, the last thing she expected was to collide with 24-year-old Hayes Campbell (Nicholas Galitzine), the heartthrob frontman of the boy band August Moon. Based on Robinne Lee's 2017 novel of the same name (which has no connection to Harry Styles, says Hathaway), The Idea of You follows the pair's once-in-a-lifetime romance, forcing Solène to rethink if life in the limelight is for her.

Watch The Idea of You on Amazon Prime Video

American Fiction

<p>Claire Folger</p> Jeffrey Wright in 'American Fiction,' 2023.

Claire Folger

Jeffrey Wright in 'American Fiction,' 2023.

Esteemed writer and L.A. professor Thelonious "Monk" Ellison (Jeffrey Wright) faces a bleak reality: His books don't sell, and his latest manuscript is dismissed by publishers for not being "Black enough." Desperate to care for his mother (Leslie Uggams) who has Alzheimer's disease, Monk "jokingly" pens a book titled My Pafology under a pseudonym — filled with cliché portrayals of his own community — and faces a moral dilemma when it garners critical acclaim and skyrocketing sales. Winning the Oscar for Best Adapted Screenplay, American Fiction also stars Tracee Ellis Ross, John Ortiz, Erika Alexander, Issa Rae, Sterling K. Brown and Adam Brody.

Watch American Fiction on Amazon Prime Video

Road House

<p>Prime Video/YouTube</p> Jake Gyllenhaal in 'Road House,' 2024

Prime Video/YouTube

Jake Gyllenhaal in 'Road House,' 2024

Expect the unexpected in Doug Liman's 2024 remake of Road House. Here, Jake Gyllenhaal assumes the iconic role of Dalton — originally played by Patrick Swayze in 1989 — a former UFC fighter who takes a bouncer gig at Florida's rowdy Double Deuce joint. To elevate the roadhouse into a top-tier venue, Dalton confronts meddling patrons with a cutthroat, no-nonsense policy.

Watch Road House on Amazon Prime Video

Música

<p>Amazon MGM Studios</p> Camila Mendes in 'Música,' 2024

Amazon MGM Studios

Camila Mendes in 'Música,' 2024

In his directorial and co-writing debut, Rudy Mancuso stars as a semi-autobiographical version of himself, a young musician with synesthesia (a cross-sensory condition that "tortures him" with everyday sounds). As he maps out his future in the music industry, Rudy juggles a newfound romance with Isabella (Camila Mendes, Mancuso's real-life girlfriend), his family and life's complexities in Newark, N.J.

Watch Música on Amazon Prime Video

How to Date Billy Walsh

<p>Matt Squire/Amazon MGM Studios</p> Charithra Chandran and Tanner Buchanan in 'How to Date Billy Walsh,' 2024

Matt Squire/Amazon MGM Studios

Charithra Chandran and Tanner Buchanan in 'How to Date Billy Walsh,' 2024

Archie (Heartstopper's Sebastian Croft) has been in love with Amelia (Bridgerton's Charithra Chandran) since they were kids, and he's finally ready to tell her how he feels. But when transfer student Billy Walsh (Cobra Kai's Tanner Buchanan) captures Amelia's heart, Archie casts his feelings aside to help his best friend score the boy of her dreams.

Watch How to Date Billy Walsh on Amazon Prime Video

Titanic

<p>20th Century Fox/Paramount/Kobal/Shutterstock </p> Leonardo Dicaprio and Kate Winslet in 'Titanic,' 1997

20th Century Fox/Paramount/Kobal/Shutterstock

Leonardo Dicaprio and Kate Winslet in 'Titanic,' 1997

We'll never let go of this 1997 classic. The James Cameron-directed romantic tragedy paints the blossoming affair between socialite Rose DeWitt Bukater (Kate Winslet) and artist Jack Dawson (Leonardo DiCaprio) as they travel on the historic titular ship that is ultimately lost to the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean.

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The Notebook

<p>Moviestore/REX/Shutterstock</p> Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams in 'The Notebook,' 2004

Moviestore/REX/Shutterstock

Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams in 'The Notebook,' 2004

The best kind of love ... is the one between Noah (Ryan Gosling) and Allie (Rachel McAdams) in this 2004 adaptation of Nicholas Sparks' popular novel. With each moment more romantic than the last, their epic, shout-from-a-ferris-wheel love story has been cherished for decades, and it still isn't over — as audiences are now flocking to the musical adaptation on Broadway, which debuted in March.

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Top Gun

<p>Paramount/Kobal/Shutterstock </p> Rick Rossovich, Val Kilmer, Tom Cruise and Anthony Edwards in 'Top Gun,' 1986.

Paramount/Kobal/Shutterstock

Rick Rossovich, Val Kilmer, Tom Cruise and Anthony Edwards in 'Top Gun,' 1986.

In this 1986 classic, Maverick (Tom Cruise) — a skilled fighter pilot with a brazen attitude — clashes with fellow trainees at Top Gun Naval Fighter Weapons School, including the icy Iceman (Val Kilmer). As he fights for the top pilot spot, Maverick finds himself drawn to flight instructor Charlotte Blackwood (Kelly McGillis). Soar into a Top Gun marathon by also watching the 2022 sequel on Amazon Prime, and stay tuned for a potential third installment.

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Sixteen Candles

Universal/Kobal/Shutterstock Molly Ringwald and Michael Schoeffling in 'Sixteen Candles,' 1984.
Universal/Kobal/Shutterstock Molly Ringwald and Michael Schoeffling in 'Sixteen Candles,' 1984.

In this 1984 teen drama, a young girl's 16th birthday raises familial issues, new romances and more adolescent angst. Starring Molly Ringwald, Anthony Michael Hall and Michael Schoeffling, Sixteen Candles was the first feature directed by teen film legend John Hughes, who gave the genre a lot of the credibility it has today.

Watch Sixteen Candles on Amazon Prime Video

Begin Again

Apatow Prods/The Weinstein Company/Kobal/Shutterstock Keira Knightley and James Corden in 'Begin Again,' 2013.
Apatow Prods/The Weinstein Company/Kobal/Shutterstock Keira Knightley and James Corden in 'Begin Again,' 2013.

In this 2013 musical dramedy, Keira Knightley plays jilted singer-songwriter Gretta James, who gets discovered by a disreputable music business executive (Mark Ruffalo). The two unlikely partners go around in public spaces throughout New York City to record Gretta's debut album.

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Ricky Stanicky

<p>Ben King/Amazon Studios</p> From left: Jermaine Fowler, Zac Efron and Andrew Santino in 'Ricky Stanicky,' 2024

Ben King/Amazon Studios

From left: Jermaine Fowler, Zac Efron and Andrew Santino in 'Ricky Stanicky,' 2024

For more than two decades, three lifelong best friends — Dean (Zac Efron), Wes (Jermaine Fowler) and JT (Andrew Santino) — have relied on the same scapegoat: Ricky Stanicky, a fictional figure they've invented to excuse themselves from various situations or deflect blame for their antics. However, when their partners grow suspicious, they recruit an X-rated rock and roll impersonator (John Cena) to put a face to the name.

Watch Ricky Stanicky on Amazon Prime Video

Five Night at Freddy's

Patti Perret/Universal Pictures Five Nights at Freddy's,' 2023
Patti Perret/Universal Pictures Five Nights at Freddy's,' 2023

Based on Scott Cawthon's popular horror video-game franchise, Five Nights at Freddy's follows a down-and-out security guard (Josh Hutcherson) who takes on a new gig at Freddy Fazbear's Pizza — a rundown Chuck E. Cheese-like family entertainment center — where he soon discovers the animatronics are possessed by children who went missing in the '80s. Produced by Cawthon and Jason Blum, the supernatural horror also stars Elizabeth Lail, Piper Rubio, Mary Stuart Masterson and Matthew Lillard.

Watch Five Nights at Freddy's on Amazon Prime Video

Bottoms

<p>United Artists Releasing/Courtesy Everett Collection</p> Bottoms,' 2023

United Artists Releasing/Courtesy Everett Collection

Bottoms,' 2023

In this uber-queer Superbad-style satire, two misfits (Rachel Sennott, Ayo Edebiri) concoct a zany plan to entice the school's hottest girls and (respectfully) get in their pants: start a faux-feminist female fight club. A campy, bloody twist on traditional teen comedy tropes, Bottoms packs punches from left and right, including a sensational ensemble featuring Havana Rose Liu, Kaia Gerber, Nicholas Galitzine, Marshawn Lynch and more.

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This Is Me...Now: A Love Story

<p>Jennifer Lopez/YouTube</p> Jennifer Lopez in 'This Is Me... Now: A Love Story,' 2024

Jennifer Lopez/YouTube

Jennifer Lopez in 'This Is Me... Now: A Love Story,' 2024

A decade after her most recent studio album, A.K.A., Jennifer Lopez is making a comeback with a sister album to her 2003 LP, This Is Me, in tandem with a feature-length narrative film. Directed by Grammy winner Dave Meyers, the project is touted as a "musical and visual reimagining of her publicly scrutinized love life," promising otherworldly ensembles, stunning choreography, cinematic scenery and cameos from A-listers like husband Ben Affleck, Trevor Noah, Keke Palmer and more.

Watch This Is Me...Now: A Love Story on Amazon Prime Video

Saltburn

<p>MGM</p> 'Saltburn,' 2023

MGM

'Saltburn,' 2023

You're cordially invited to stay at Saltburn! From Academy Award-winning screenwriter Emerald Fennell (Promising Young Woman), who also directs, comes a gothic tale of privilege and obsession that will captivate you with its provocative imagery — including one can't-look-away bathtub scene that sparked viral scented candles — and cast, featuring stars like Barry Keoghan, Jacob Elordi and Rosamund Pike. Its Y2K soundtrack has already taken TikTok by storm and helped propel Sophie Ellis-Bextor's 2001 hit, "Murder on the Dance Floor," back into the limelight.

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Foe

<p>Amazon Studios</p> Saiorse Ronan and Paul Mescal in 'Foe,' 2023

Amazon Studios

Saiorse Ronan and Paul Mescal in 'Foe,' 2023

Based on Ian Reid's 2018 novel of the same name, Garth Davis' Foe finds married couple Hen (Saoirse Ronan) and Junior (Paul Mescal) leading a quiet life tending to a secluded strip of ancestral land. That is until an unexpected visitor (Aaron Pierre) disturbs their peace by revealing that Junior has been selected for life on a distant space station, and Hen will be left in the presence of a biomechanical doppelgänger.

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A Good Person

<p>Jeong Park/Metro Goldwyn Mayer Pictures</p> Florence Pugh and Morgan Freeman in 'A Good Person,' 2023

Jeong Park/Metro Goldwyn Mayer Pictures

Florence Pugh and Morgan Freeman in 'A Good Person,' 2023

Blessed with a flourishing career, a devoted fiancé (Chinaza Uche) and a reliable support system, Allison (Florence Pugh) appears to have it all. Yet, a traumatic tragedy devastates her world, leading her into the grip of an opioid addiction. Amidst her lingering grief, an unlikely bond with her would-be father-in-law (Morgan Freeman) unfolds years later, which offers a guiding light on her path to rehabilitation.

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Role Play

<p>Reiner Bajo/Prime Studios</p> Kaley Cuoco and Bill Nighty in 'Role Play,' 2024

Reiner Bajo/Prime Studios

Kaley Cuoco and Bill Nighty in 'Role Play,' 2024

In this 2024 action thriller, Emma Brackett (Kaley Cuoco) is the ultimate moonlighter: She's a globe-trotting contract killer by day and a doting mother and wife by night. When Emma and her husband, David (David Oyelowo), decide to spice up their marriage through some role-playing at a hotel, Emma's cover is blown — urging David to leap into her hidden world.

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Asteroid City

Courtesy of Pop. 87 Productions/Focus Features Steve Carell (left) in 'Asteroid City,' 2023
Courtesy of Pop. 87 Productions/Focus Features Steve Carell (left) in 'Asteroid City,' 2023

In Wes Anderson's 2023 dramedy, Asteroid City's annual Junior Stargazer convention gets shaken up by the arrival of an extraterrestrial visitor. Premiering at the Cannes Film Festival, this star-studded spectacle includes some of Hollywood's finest actors like Jason Schwartzman, Scarlett Johansson, Tom Hanks, Tilda Swinton, Margot Robbie, Steve Carell and a constellation of other A-listers.

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The Flash

Courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures Ezra Miller (x2) and Sasha Calle in 'The Flash,' 2023
Courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures Ezra Miller (x2) and Sasha Calle in 'The Flash,' 2023

After many years in the making and multiple off-screen controversies, The Flash finally hit the big screen in June 2023 — and is now set to land on Amazon Prime Video in late December. The story line follows its titular superhero (Ezra Miller) as he journeys back in time to save his family, resulting in a future-altering twist that traps him in an alternate reality where General Zod (Michael Shannon) isn't dead.

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Guy Ritchie's The Covenant

<p>MGM Studios</p> Jake Gyllenhaal in 'Guy Ritchie's The Covenant,' 2023

MGM Studios

Jake Gyllenhaal in 'Guy Ritchie's The Covenant,' 2023

Directed, co-written and produced by Guy Ritchie, this 2023 action drama set during the Afghanistan war tracks the journey of an Afghan interpreter named Ahmed (Dar Salim), who carries the injured U.S. Army Sergeant John (Jake Gyllenhaal) across treacherous mountains and woods to return him to the American base. When John regains consciousness in an American hospital, he discovers that Ahmed has been abandoned — despite promises of him getting a visa — spurring the sergeant on a mission to fulfill that vow.

Watch Guy Ritchie's The Covenant on Amazon Prime Video

Renfield

Universal Pictures Nicolas Cage as Dracula in 'Renfield,' 2023
Universal Pictures Nicolas Cage as Dracula in 'Renfield,' 2023

While Nicolas Cage didn't get to undergo a true vampire transformation in Vampire's Kiss (1988), he's finally letting his fangs out in this 2023 action comedy. In Renfield, the titular character (Nicholas Hoult) is tasked with fulfilling every wish of his egotistical master, Dracula. However, he decides its time to break free from his subservient life and explore what's beyond.

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Inside

<p>Wolfgang Ennenbach/Focus Features/Courtesy Everett</p> Willem Dafoe in 'Inside,' 2023

Wolfgang Ennenbach/Focus Features/Courtesy Everett

Willem Dafoe in 'Inside,' 2023

In this 2023 psychological thriller, Willem Dafoe embodies a highly skilled art thief masquerading as a handyman. Tasked with pilfering three priceless Egon Schiele pieces from an art collector's high-rise penthouse in Times Square, he finds himself ensnared in a space where the thermostat swings between extremes, pushing him to the brink of madness.

Watch Inside on Amazon Prime Video

Totally Killer

<p>Courtesy of Prime</p> Kiernan Shipka and Olivia Holt in 'Totally Killer,' 2023

Courtesy of Prime

Kiernan Shipka and Olivia Holt in 'Totally Killer,' 2023

If you had a blast with the loop-hopping horror in Blumhouse's Happy Death Day (2017), get ready for another round of time-twisting terror. This 2023 sci-fi slasher introduces us to Jaime (Kiernan Shipka), whose mom's (Julie Bowen) besties fell victim to the Sweet Sixteen Killer on Halloween back in 1987. But when Jaime crosses paths with the same murderer, she finds herself zapped back to the '80s and determined to stop the slaughterer before she's forever trapped in the past.

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The Burial

<p>Skip Bolen/Prime</p> Dorian Missick, Jamie Foxx and Mamoudou Athie in 'The Burial,' 2023

Skip Bolen/Prime

Dorian Missick, Jamie Foxx and Mamoudou Athie in 'The Burial,' 2023

Inspired by the real-life story from Jonathan Harr's gripping 1999 New Yorker article, The Burial follows personal injury lawyer Willie E. Gary (Jaime Foxx) as he helps a funeral home owner (Tommy Lee Jones) to defend his family business against the ruthless corporate titan, the Loewen Group. This 2023 legal drama also stars Jurnee Smollett-Bell, Alan Ruck, Mamoudou Athie, Pamela Reed and Bill Camp.

Watch The Burial on Amazon Prime Video

Cocaine Bear

<p>Universal Pictures/Moviestore/Shutterstock </p> 'Cocaine Bear,' 2023

Universal Pictures/Moviestore/Shutterstock

'Cocaine Bear,' 2023

Showcasing her directorial versatility, Elizabeth Banks seamlessly shifts from the action-comedy of Charlie's Angels (2019) to 2023's horror-infused romp about an Ursus americanus. Loosely based on the 1985 true story, Cocaine Bear is literally the tale of a black bear that goes on a cocaine-fueled escapade after consuming a hefty amount of the drug — and revolves around an eccentric ensemble of felons, sightseers, cops and teens, all united in a mission to locate the animal in question.

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Sitting in Bars with Cake

<p>Saeed Adyani/Prime Video</p> Odessa A'zion and Yara Shahidi in 'Sitting in Bars with Cake,' 2023

Saeed Adyani/Prime Video

Odessa A'zion and Yara Shahidi in 'Sitting in Bars with Cake,' 2023

Inspired by true events, Sitting in Bars with Cake follows the journey of lifelong friends Jane and Corinne — portrayed by real-life besties Yara Shahidi and Odessa A’zion — as they commit to a year of exposure therapy and social encounters, all through a unique strategy: baking cakes and sharing them in local bars. However, a medical diagnosis confronts them with a new set of challenges, forever reshaping their path.

Watch Sitting in Bars with Cake on Amazon Prime Video

Cassandro

<p>Alejandro Lopez Pineda/Amazon Studios</p> 'Cassandro,' 2023

Alejandro Lopez Pineda/Amazon Studios

'Cassandro,' 2023

Helmed by Roger Ross Williams, this 2023 biopic chronicles the story of Saúl Armendáriz (Gael García Bernal), a gay Texas man who transforms into the celebrated persona of Cassandro through lucha libre wrestling, competing as an exótico — a male wrestler donning drag. This film also stars Bad Bunny, Joaquín Cosío, Raúl Castillo and more.

Watch Cassandro on Amazon Prime Video

Red, White & Royal Blue

<p>Amazon Prime </p> 'Red, White & Royal Blue,' 2023

Amazon Prime

'Red, White & Royal Blue,' 2023

Whether it's fists or sparks, Alex Claremont-Diaz (Taylor Zakhar Perez), the U.S. president's son, and Prince Henry of Wales (Nicholas Galitzine) can't even share the same airspace without something flying. But when their feud-fueled cake showdown becomes tabloid gold, the rivals are forced into the ultimate PR cleanup — pretending to be best buds — which leads them to unearth the real reasons behind their tension. Based on Casey McQuinston's New York Times best seller, this queer enemies-to-lovers rom-com is fit for the juiciest royal drama. And the icing on the cake? We get to envision what it's like to have Uma Thurman as America's first female president.

Watch Red, White & Royal Blue on Amazon Prime Video

Babylon

<p>Scott Garfield/Paramount Pictures/Courtesy Everett</p> Margot Robbie in 'Babylon,' 2022

Scott Garfield/Paramount Pictures/Courtesy Everett

Margot Robbie in 'Babylon,' 2022

From the visionary creator behind acclaimed films like Whiplash (2014) and La La Land (2016) comes an epic dramedy set in the late-1920s, a time when Hollywood's transition from silent to sound films reshaped the lives of many entertainers. Nominated for three Academy Awards, Damien Chazelle's Babylon boasts a stellar ensemble, including Brad Pitt, Margot Robbie, Diego Calva, Jean Smart, Li Jun Li and Jovan Adepo.

Watch Babylon on Amazon Prime Video

80 for Brady

<p>Scott Garfield/Paramount Pictures/Courtesy Everett</p> Lily Tomlin and Tom Brady in '80 for Brady,' 2023

Scott Garfield/Paramount Pictures/Courtesy Everett

Lily Tomlin and Tom Brady in '80 for Brady,' 2023

Four eightysomething football superfans — played by veteran actors Jane Fonda, Lily Tomlin, Sally Field and Rita Moreno — embark on a chaotic journey to see Tom Brady (who also served as a co-producer) and the New England Patriots play in Super Bowl LI in Houston, despite not having any tickets. Based on the playful true story, the heart of 80 for Brady is shaped by its four leading ladies, but it doesn't hurt to see other high-spirited performances from Harry Hamlin, Billy Porter, Guy Fieri and more.

Watch 80 for Brady on Amazon Prime Video

Till

<p>Lynsey Weatherspoon/Orion Pictures</p> Jalyn Hall and Danielle Deadwyler in 'Till,' 2022

Lynsey Weatherspoon/Orion Pictures

Jalyn Hall and Danielle Deadwyler in 'Till,' 2022

This 2022 biographical drama finds Danielle Deadwyler stepping into the shoes of Mamie Till-Mobley — the Mississippi mother who tirelessly sought justice for the lynching of her 14-year-old son Emmett during the summer of 1955, which ignited the American civil rights movement. Produced by Whoopi Goldberg and directed by Chinonye Chukwu, the critically acclaimed film features powerful performances from Deadwyler, Jalyn Hall, Kevin Carroll, Haley Bennett and more.

Watch Till on Amazon Prime Video

Air

<p>Ana Carballosa/Amazon</p> Matthew Maher, Matt Damon and Jason Bateman in 'Air,' 2023

Ana Carballosa/Amazon

Matthew Maher, Matt Damon and Jason Bateman in 'Air,' 2023

Don't walk, run to watch this one. Ben Affleck reteamed with Matt Damon (Good Will Hunting, The Last Duel, etc.) for this biographical sports drama, but for the first time (in a Hollywood feature, anyway), he also directed his longtime collaborator. Chronicling the events leading up to the launch of Nike's Air Jordans — the brand's renowned basketball shoe line collaboration with Michael Jordan — this 2023 film features a star-studded ensemble, including Affleck, Damon, Jason Bateman, Viola Davis, Marlon Wayans, Chris Tucker and Chris Messina.

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Judy Blume Forever

Prime Video Judy Blume in 'Judy Blume Forever,' 2023
Prime Video Judy Blume in 'Judy Blume Forever,' 2023

This 2023 documentary emphasizes how "our fingerprints don't fade from the lives we touch." Featuring interviews from Hollywood stars — Molly Ringwald, Lena Dunham, Anna Konkle and others — affected by Judy Blume's work, Judy Blume Forever explores the legacy of the illustrious author of children's and YA fiction, whose books pioneered conversations about teen sexuality yet were banned in bookstores and libraries throughout the country. Watch this doc before (or after!) you see the film adaptation of Blume's iconic 1970 coming-of-age novel, Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret — starring Abby Ryder Fortson, Rachel McAdams and Kathy Bates — which hit theaters on April 28.

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On a Wing and a Prayer

Boris Martin/MGM/Courtesy Everett Dennis Quaid and Heather Graham in 'On a Wing and a Prayer,' 2023
Boris Martin/MGM/Courtesy Everett Dennis Quaid and Heather Graham in 'On a Wing and a Prayer,' 2023

This 2023 faith-based survival movie is based on an incredible true story. When the White family travels back home on a private plane and their pilot (Wilbur Fitzgerald) dies of a heart attack mid-air, the patriarch (Dennis Quaid) has to communicate with air traffic controllers and a flight instructor (Jesse Metcalfe) to safely land the aircraft while his wife (Heather Graham) acts as copilot and their kids (Jessi Case and Raina Gray) pray for a miracle.

Watch On a Wing and a Prayer on Amazon Prime Video

Wildcat

<p>Trevor Frost/Amazon Studios</p> Harry Turner in 'Wildcat,' 2022

Trevor Frost/Amazon Studios

Harry Turner in 'Wildcat,' 2022

This 2022 documentary follows British veteran Harry Turner, who lives with PTSD, as he travels to a Peruvian rainforest and meets wildlife biologist Samantha Zwicker. Together, they work to nurture and train an orphaned baby ocelot before releasing it into the wilderness.

Watch Wildcat on Amazon Prime Video

Our Friend

Gravitas Ventures/Moviestore/Shutterstock Casey Affleck and Jason Segel in 'Our Friend,' 2019
Gravitas Ventures/Moviestore/Shutterstock Casey Affleck and Jason Segel in 'Our Friend,' 2019

Based on Matthew Teague's 2015 Esquire article, this 2019 drama follows a husband and wife after they receive the life-altering news that the wife's ovarian cancer is untreatable, so their friend moves into their home to lend his support. Dakota Johnson, Casey Affleck, Jason Segel and Jake Owen star in this tearjerker.

Watch Our Friend on Amazon Prime Video

Somebody I Used to Know

Scott Patrick Green/Prime Video Jay Ellis and Alison Brie in 'Somebody I Used to Know,' 2023
Scott Patrick Green/Prime Video Jay Ellis and Alison Brie in 'Somebody I Used to Know,' 2023

Dave Franco's 2023 rom-com stars his wife Alison Brie — who also co-wrote with Franco — as an overachieving TV showrunner who begins to question her current life. When paying a visit to her hometown, she reunites with her now-engaged ex, Sean (Jay Ellis), which forces her to reconnect with her past self.

Watch Somebody I Used to Know on Amazon Prime Video

Top Gun: Maverick

<p>Scott Garfield/Paramount Pictures/Courtesy Everett</p> Jay Ellis, Monica Barbaro and Danny Ramirez in 'Top Gun: Maverick,' 2022

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Jay Ellis, Monica Barbaro and Danny Ramirez in 'Top Gun: Maverick,' 2022

The 2022 sequel to Tony Scott's 1986 need-for-speed action flick — which soared Tom Cruise into global movie stardom — finds the once-arrogant fighter pilot Pete "Maverick" Mitchell (Cruise) as a TOPGUN alumni instructor teaching a fresh cohort of fliers. Also starring Glen Powell, Miles Teller and Val Kilmer, Top Gun: Maverick seats you in the cockpit with its highly-trained aerial stunts, flying its way to earn six Oscar nominations, including Best Picture, and winning for Best Sound.

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Orphan: First Kill

Everett/ABACA/Shutterstock Julia Stiles and Isabelle Fuhrman in 'Orphan: First Kill,' 2022
Everett/ABACA/Shutterstock Julia Stiles and Isabelle Fuhrman in 'Orphan: First Kill,' 2022

Children in horror films have a talent for instilling fear in their audience, but adults impersonating them can be even more terrifying. Taking place two years before the events in 2009's Orphan, this 2022 prequel stars Isabelle Fuhrman as an Estonian woman living with hypopituitarism — a hormonal disorder that grants her the appearance of a 9-year-old — who appropriates the identity of a missing child named Esther and joins their rich family to wreak cruel havoc on them.

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Smile

<p>Paramount Pictures/Courtesy Everett</p> Sosie Bacon in 'Smile,' 2022

Paramount Pictures/Courtesy Everett

Sosie Bacon in 'Smile,' 2022

We admit: It's a bit hard to be cheerful while watching this 2022 psychological horror. When a psychotherapist (Sosie Bacon) bears witness to a graphic suicide she later finds out was involved in a pattern of life-ending events, she tries to outsmart a sinister entity that torments her to repeat what she saw.

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Shotgun Wedding

Ana Carballosa Jennifer Lopez and Josh Duhamel in 'Shotgun Wedding,' 2022
Ana Carballosa Jennifer Lopez and Josh Duhamel in 'Shotgun Wedding,' 2022

Bringing a new meaning to "it's about the journey, not the destination," this action-packed film follows betrothed couple Tom (Josh Duhamel) and Darcy (Jennifer Lopez) as their overseas wedding goes awry once their guests are taken hostage. Jennifer Coolidge and Lenny Kravitz also star.

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The Big Sick

<p>Sarah Shatz/Amazon Studios/Lionsgate</p> Kumail Nanjiani and Zoe Kazan in 'The Big Sick,' 2017

Sarah Shatz/Amazon Studios/Lionsgate

Kumail Nanjiani and Zoe Kazan in 'The Big Sick,' 2017

A Pakistan-born comic and a grad student have a bumpy romance from clashing cultures, but all of that goes away when one falls into a coma. Based on the real-life relationship of Kumail Nanjiani and Emily Gordon (who's played by Zoe Kazan in the movie), the Judd Apatow-produced rom-com tells their love story in a beautiful way that will fill you with hope and make you believe in love at first heckle.

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Brittany Runs a Marathon

Sundance Jillian Bell in 'Brittany Runs a Marathon,' 2019
Sundance Jillian Bell in 'Brittany Runs a Marathon,' 2019

After her doctor diagnoses her with being overweight, 28-year-old Brittany (Jillian Bell) becomes determined to lose weight and run the N.Y.C. marathon. Inspired by a real story, this 2019 comedy might make you want to stay comfy where you're sitting or get up immediately and start training for your own race.

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Late Night

<p>Emily Aragones/Amazon Studios/Courtesy Everett</p> Mindy Kaling and Emma Thompson in 'Late Night,' 2019

Emily Aragones/Amazon Studios/Courtesy Everett

Mindy Kaling and Emma Thompson in 'Late Night,' 2019

Fans of Hacks will love this 2019 flick. Emma Thompson stars as a prominent TV host who hires a young writer (Mindy Kaling, who also wrote the screenplay) on her late-night show to keep up with the times and keep herself from getting fired.

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Beautiful Boy

Francois Duhamel/Amazon Studios Timothée Chalamet and Steve Carell in 'Beautiful Boy,' 2018
Francois Duhamel/Amazon Studios Timothée Chalamet and Steve Carell in 'Beautiful Boy,' 2018

Steve Carell proves his dramatic acting chops in this heartbreaking tale about a family grappling with their son's drug abuse. Also starring Timothée Chalamet, Beautiful Boy is based on a pair of memoirs by father and son David and Nic Sheff. The 2018 film is gut-wrenching and inspiring, with a powerful message about family, addiction and survival.

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Catherine Called Birdy

ALEX BAILEY/Amazon Joe Alwyn and Bella Ramsey in 'Catherine Called Birdy,' 2022
ALEX BAILEY/Amazon Joe Alwyn and Bella Ramsey in 'Catherine Called Birdy,' 2022

Based on the 1994 novel of the same name, this 2022 coming-of-age story is about a 14-year-old girl named Catherine, who goes by Birdy. The teenager's parents are determined to marry her off, but Birdy yearns for independence and protests their plans. Things come to a head when a particularly vile suitor claims Birdy's hand in marriage. The Amazon original stars Joe Alwyn, The Last of Us' Bella Ramsey and Fleabag's Andrew Scott.

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My Policeman

AMAZON David Dawson, Emma Corrin and Harry Styles in 'My Policeman,' 2022
AMAZON David Dawson, Emma Corrin and Harry Styles in 'My Policeman,' 2022

This romantic drama stars Harry Styles as a married policeman who falls in love with a man. A love triangle ensues, forcing the characters to grapple with identity and challenge social conventions. The 2022 release is based on a 2012 novel of the same name.

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Dog

United Artists/Moviestore/Shutterstock Channing Tatum in 'Dog,' 2022
United Artists/Moviestore/Shutterstock Channing Tatum in 'Dog,' 2022

In his 2022 directorial debut, Channing Tatum stars as a former Army Ranger who is paired up with a canine companion while traveling to a fellow soldier's funeral.

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Becoming the Ricardos

AMAZON Nicole Kidman and Javier Bardem in 'Being the Ricardos,' 2021
AMAZON Nicole Kidman and Javier Bardem in 'Being the Ricardos,' 2021

Released in 2021, this behind-the-scenes drama follows Lucille Ball (played by Nicole Kidman) and Desi Arnaz (Javier Bardem) through a production week of I Love Lucy. Written and directed by Aaron Sorokin, Becoming the Ricardos explores the challenges that the famous show business couple faced both on set and off.

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