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If you’re planning a movie night anytime soon, we recommend you check out one of these movies.
We’ve put together a list of great classics that are new additions on Amazon Prime. They range from season 4 of Suits to Men in Black II.
But you’ll need to get the snacks on your own.
Harold and Maude tells the story of a young teenage with a death wish who befriends a 79-year-old high on life.
“I do not know of too many movies that really hit the spot like this one,” one reviewer wrote.
This documentary tells the ins-and-outs of US Navy SEALs.
“The SEALS did some much to protect the American troops when they landed on the beach during the invasion of Normande, the largest military invasion in history,” one reviewer wrote.
“Men in Black II” is a great watch for any fans of the original movie.
“Go see it, it’s a hoot. The humour is a bit more juvenile than in the first movie, perhaps, but it really doesn’t suffer much for all of that,” one reviewer wrote.
In the seventh film in the Madea franchise, Madea joins a friend and her family in the country for the holiday season.
“It is one of the best Tyler Perry movies I have ever seen,” one reviewer wrote.
This biopic starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Cate Blanchett depicts the early years of legendary director and aviator Howard Hughes.
“The Scorsese film does a great job of bringing this remarkable character to vivid life, in all his brilliance and all his eccentricity,” one reviewer wrote.
“Suits” is a widely popular legal drama with a brilliant college drop-out, Mike, and senior parter, Harvey.
“One of the best shows ever,” one reviewer wrote.
The show takes place in a post-apocalyptic city-state called Defiance in the year 2046, where humans and extraterrestrial races live together.
“Great show, good acting, and the story line is fascinating,” one reviewer wrote.
A wealthy businessman catches a thief looting his home, and then ends up stealing the thief’s lucky ring.
“For some reason I have always loved this movie. It’s a little quirky with a rather silly plotline, I think, but I have always enjoyed watching it again and again,” one reviewer wrote.
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