Amazon Prime Video throws out almost 100 (!) films: Stream masterpieces, blockbusters & more quickly now – cinema news

In November there will be many new films on Amazon that can be streamed with a Prime subscription at no additional cost. At the same time, almost 100 titles are thrown out, for example some masterpieces, “Transformers 1-4” and “Mission: Impossible 1-4”.

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In addition to the so-called originals, which are permanently and exclusively available from Netflix, Amazon and Co., the respective streaming providers also have a constantly changing program of licensed films and series on offer.

At the turn of the month, there is often a big program change. At Amazon Prime Video, almost 100 films will disappear from the range in the next 30 days and can then no longer be streamed as part of a Prime subscription without additional costs.

So if you have one of these titles on your watch list, you have to hurry up or at least prioritize these films. Here’s the full list of the 96 movies disappearing from Prime in the next few days:

» These 96 films will soon disappear from Amazon Prime Video*

Below we present the highlights on this list in more detail, sorted alphabetically and with the FILMSTARTS rating in brackets at the end (if available). We rate based on a system of 0.5 (lousy) to 5 (masterpiece) stars.

These films will disappear in the next few days:

“303” (until 5.11.) – slowly told love story, which should captivate even the most hard-hearted viewer (3.5 stars)

“Beautiful Creatures” (until October 31st) – serious and sensitively told teen romance with a touch of fantasy (3.5 stars)

“Beyond Skyline” (until 10/31) – Sci-fi action starring The Raid star Iko Uwais

“The cabinet of Dr. Parnassus” (until 10/31) – a typically magical Terry Gilliam adventure (3.5 stars)

“Killer Elite” (until 10/31) – strong, hand-made action cinema with Jason Statham and Robert De Niro (3.5 stars)

“Mary and the Flower of the Witches” (until 11/5) – beautifully drawn anime adventure in the tradition of Studio Ghibli (3.5 stars)

“Mia and the White Lion” (until 30.10.) – an animal film for the whole family (4 stars)

“passenger” (until 10/31) – Space thriller romance starring Chris Pratt and Jennifer Lawrence (3.5 stars)

“The most beautiful couple” (until October 31st) – strong drama between love and violence (4 stars)

“Uncanny Perfect Friends” (until November 3rd) – wonderfully funny and at the same time pleasantly ambitious family comedy (3.5 stars)

“We Have Always Lived In The Castle” (until 11.11.) – Mystery horror thriller with great pictures and strong acting actors (4 stars)

You have a little more time with these films:

“A Beautiful Mind” – Russell Crowe as the math genius John Nash, winner of 4 Oscars (4 stars)

girl – sensitive portrait of an extraordinarily strong girl (4 stars)

“Hunt for Red October” – perfectly composed mainstream thriller that captivates and entertains to the end (4.5 stars)

“Mission: Impossible 1-4” – With the exception of “Mission: Impossible 2”, the first four films in the agent series with Tom Cruise are recommended in our opinion (1.5 to 4.5 stars).

“The soldier James Ryan” – Masterpiece by Steven Spielberg and one of the best war movies of all time (5 stars)

“Once Upon a Time in the West” – Another masterpiece, this time by Sergio Leone. One of the best westerns of all time (5 stars).

“Patriot Hour” – Political thriller with a gripping plot, plenty of action and convincing actors (4 stars)

“Transformers 1-4” – The first four parts of the “Transformers” series are not all recommended, but action fans can still take a look (2 to 3.5 stars).

“The Truman Show” – a modern classic that perfectly balances comedic elements and dramatic depth (5 stars)

“The usual suspects” – a masterpiece of gangster cinema that features one of the most surprising and amazing final twists of all time (5 stars)

In the podcast: Our top 5 favorite twists

Speaking of twists. When, in August 2020, two very different films with surprising twists, “Body Cam” (horror) and “Irresistible” (political satire), were released in the cinemas, we took this as an opportunity to also talk about our favorite twists in our podcast on screen love of film history (with spoiler warning).

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