For £79 for the year, Amazon Prime Instant Video has so many films and TV shows on offer, with a much wider range of newer movies than Netflix, as well as exclusive to Amazon TV shows, like Transparent and Vikings.
Yes, it’s annoying to have to pay the £79 upfront, rather than paying monthly, but the amount of films on offer looks worth it. It’s such a big catalogue that you can spend hours just searching for something to watch.
We’ve found you our 12 favourite films to watch on Amazon Prime right now, so you don’t have to do all the scouring, and can just sit down and watch something immediately, whether you fancy a thriller or a comedy.
1) Django Unchained
My second favourite Quentin Tarantino movie, other than Pulp Fiction; Django Unchained isn’t for the easily offended, including the n-word over 100 times, and all of the blood. But, then again, it is a Tarantino, so what do you expect? Django Unchained is the story of Django, a freed slave, played by Jamie Foxx, who, with the help of a German bounty hunter, played by the AMAZING Christoph Waltz, sets off to rescue his wife from evil plantation owner Leonardo DiCaprio.
You can watch Django Unchained here.