When it comes to streaming media, Australians now have access to an incredible wealth of video content that can be instantly viewed with only a few screen taps or button presses.
Much like Netflix, Stan and Foxtel Now, Amazon Prime Video has a huge selection of movies on offer, with something for absolutely everybody. The problem is, the sheer amount of titles in the service’s content library can be a little overwhelming for those who want to jump in and start watching immediately.
If you’re sick of browsing endlessly, you’ve come to the right place – we’ve done the job for you, selecting a number of fantastic films (as well as some delightfully trashy ones) for every occasion, so all you have to do is sit back and start your viewing odyssey.
Most of the films on this list, which has been curated by TechRadar editors, are backed up with ratings from IMDB and Rotten Tomatoes – so that you don’t have to sift through the muck. That said, if you want to switch your brain off and get stuck into some cheesy, low-brow entertainment, we’ve got that stuff, too.
We’ll keep this best-of list up to date with the latest movies that are must-watch, so make sure you keep checking back to see all the great stuff that’s been added.
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