The Amazon Prime streaming video service originally debuted as “Amazon Unbox” in 2006. And over the past 15 years, it has evolved – from a perk to the company’s premium delivery service to a competitive streaming platform in itself. In 2021, Amazon bought MGM Studios and signed a streaming rights deal with Universal Pictures.
It’s to the point that Amazon Prime today offers a larger content library than Netflix. What it lacks in trending and hype, it compensates for with sheer volume and diversity of content.
There are currently approximately 24,000 movies available on Amazon Prime Video, all of which you can stream right now with a subscription. Here are 21 of the best titles if you are not sure what to see next.
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