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    How do I find free versions of current movies on Amazon Prime video?

    You are aware that Amazon Prime video is a good place to go when looking to rent or buy new releases. However, if you don’t keep an eye on the regularly updated movies that come with the service you currently subscribe to, you’re definitely losing out on the fantastic “free” movies Amazon Prime Video offers.

    Popular rom-coms, spooky thrillers, daring dramas, and much more can be found in Prime Video’s catalog, which is worth perusing. You should act quickly since some of the greatest stuff only lasts for a short time.

    10. The Big Sick

    Kumail Nanjiani, who stars in the film Eternals, takes on the role of himself in director Michael Showalter’s tragic retelling of Nanjiani and wife Emily V. Gordon’s love story. The Big Sick, a film by Nanjiani and Gordon, centres on a couple on the verge of divorcing who are unexpectedly faced with parting ways permanently. This substantial rom-com is ideal for times you want a meaningful viewing with great entertainment value since it is genuinely humorous and incredibly lovely.

    9. Guava Island

    The stars of this darkly jovial musical cinematic voyage are Rihanna and Donald Glover. Hiro Murai’s Guava Island presents a story of oppression and struggle that is always worth repeating. It is a colorful fusion of modern songs and classic storytelling (with just a hint of FX’s Atlanta-esque aesthetic). Make the time to watch it if you haven’t already. It is a bargain at only 55 minutes.

    8. The Report

    You might have missed The Report since Adam Driver has had such a great year (House of Gucci, Marriage Story, The Rise of Skywalker). This movie, which was directed by Scott Z. Burns, offers a gruesome glimpse inside the Senate Intelligence Committee’s inquiry into the CIA’s use of torture after the terrorist events on September 11, 2001.

    7. Honey Boy

    Honey Boy, written by Shia LaBeouf and based on his own upbringing, is a surprisingly touching and profound film. This semi-autobiographical book gives remarkable insight into the suffering and strain of a man forced to mature in the public light by chronicling the life of a former child actor who descends into alcoholism. The director is Alma Har’el.

    6. Napoleon Dynamite

    It’s Napoleon Dynamite, and it’s uncomfortable, quirky, and cute! The “Vote for Pedro” cult hit and the utterly bizarre tater tot storage method are still relevant today. Watch how Jon Heder’s character Napoleon Dynamite (who is running for high school president) deals with relationships, the arrival of his fiery Uncle Rico, and other issues (Jon Gries).

    5. Tangerine

    The transgender sex worker Sin-Dee Rella, played by the vivacious Kitana Kiki Rodriguez, seeks retribution against the transgender guy who cheated on her and the cisgender woman he strayed with in director Sean Baker’s low-budget masterpiece. Tangerine is a one-of-a-kind watching experience that you’ll treasure forever. It is funny and bittersweet.

    4. Sleepless in Seattle

    Although Sleepless in Seattle by Nora Ephron is commonly mistaken with You’ve Got Mail, it is a worthy competitor in the fantastic Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan fall in love without meeting genre.

    3. The Lighthouse

    Put some Robert Eggers on hold, then savour The Lighthouse’s puzzling mystery. As two lighthouse keepers who are slipping into lunacy, Robert Pattinson and Willem Dafoe give the leading roles in this black-and-white nightmare. It proceeds roughly how you would anticipate.

    2. Train to Busan

    A zombie apocalypse movie should deliver in every aspect, and Train to Busan does. With thrilling action, stunning character development, and unforgettable special effects, director Yeon Sang-fast-paced ho’s picture of train passengers fending against zombie predators is one you won’t soon forget.

    1. Fargo

    William H. Macy portrays Jerry Lundegaard, a Minneapolis auto salesman who finds himself in the centre of an abduction plan gone bad, in this reporter’s personal favourite Joel and Ethan Coen film (my sincere apologies to Mr. Lebowski). Marge Gunderson, the police officer entrusted with uncovering Fargo’s main crime, is portrayed by Frances McDormand; Steve Buscemi and Peter Stormare both shine as Jerry’s scheming partners.

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