The weekend is the best for relaxing activities, including binge-watching some Amazon Prime flicks. We’ve rounded up the best movies, TV shows, and documentaries that you can stream on Amazon Prime from Aug. 2 to Aug. 4. Post-apocalyptic plagues, folklore heroes, and time-traveling stones will keep you chilling on the couch from today to Sunday.
When a convict is sent back in time to stop a devastating plague, he accidentally travels too far back in the movie 12 Monkeys. In this sci-fi movie, James Cole (Bruce Willis) must navigate medical gatekeepers and set things straight on his thrilling journey.
The corrupt Sheriff of Nottingham is going down in Robin Hood, a series about a hero who steals from the rich and gives to the poor after returning from the Crusades. Taron Egerton, Jamie Foxx, and Ben Mendelsohn star in this gritty movie.
This Is Football
Football’s global impact is shown with a unique perspective in This Is Football, an emotional six-part documentary that takes viewers from the streets of Delhi to the fields of post-war Rwanda and demonstrates the sport’s influence on people worldwide.
The world’s historical atrocities might be in the past, but they look very creepy in the present during Lore, a horror anthology series that explores tragic events and eerie folklore from the past.
After a young boy views a solar eclipse, he travels 1,000 years back in time in the fantasy-adventure film The Stronghold. With a magic stone, he’ll have to battle an army and somehow get back to the present.
Witcher: First Hunt
Before The Witcher hits Netflix, you can watch Geralt’s Witcher’s early training adventures in Witcher: First Hunt, a film about a monster hunter who must battle evil creatures to protect mankind.
Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker team up to take out some baddies in Rush Hour: After a Chinese diplomat’s daughter is kidnapped in Los Angeles, the duo, even though they can’t stand each other, work together to rescue her when the police and FBI won’t get involved.
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Published at Fri, 02 Aug 2019 20:40:59 +0000