What are the best free Amazon Prime movies? Amazon Prime is fantastic for a number of reasons. Next day delivery, early access to great deals, and an enormous library of movies and TV shows to binge – but wait! Even with a Prime membership, there are a large number of digital shows that you still have to pay to rent or own.
That’s why we made this selection of the best free Amazon Prime movies. We wanted to highlight that there are some really fantastic movies that are available to watch for anybody who has a Prime subscription.
The selection is pretty broad. You’ll find plenty of cinematic treats on the streaming service, and we’ve picked just a small variety of what we deem to be must-see movies from the platform. If you want to see all these wonderful films and more, be sure to sign up for Amazon Prime and get the added benefit of next-day delivery when you order through Prime.
What are the best free Amazon Prime movies?
- The Northman
- Bram Stoker’s Dracula
- Fantastic Mr Fox
- The Handmaiden
- Star Trek Into Darkness
- It’s A Wonderful Life
The Northman (2022)
Starring Alexander Skarsgård, Anya Taylor-Joy, and Ethan Hawke, this bloody and brutal tale of Viking warfare is stunning to look at, contains some incredible fight choreography, and offers plenty of Norse mythology if that’s your cup of tea.
Bram Stoker’s Dracula (1992)
This sumptuous ‘90s movie has everything you could possibly want; sexy vampires, gothic horror, and Keanu Reeves doing a dodgy British accent. We love this movie here at The Digital Fix, and we think Bram Stoker’s Dracula is an imperfectly perfect vampire movie.
Gary Oldman stars as the iconic bloodsucker, and Winona Ryder gives a captivating performance as the object of his affections. It’s a truly wild vampire movie, with some incredible cinematography, and scenes that will stay with you for years!
Fantastic Mr Fox (2009)
Stop-motion animated movies are just mind-blowing, aren’t they? Perhaps the most beautiful of them all is this Wes Anderson take on the classic children’s story, which puts a comedic spin on the iconic tale.
George Clooney lends his voice to the titular role, with Anderson regulars Owen Wilson, Bill Murray, and Willem Dafoe in support. Whether you’re looking for a family movie to entertain the kids, or just want a nice, charming film for yourself, Fantastic Mr Fox is a winner for all ages.
The Handmaiden (2016)
The Handmaiden is a sprawling tale of deception, crime, repressed feelings, and sexual desire, all wrapped up in an aesthetically-pleasing, enthralling story.
Star Trek Into Darkness (2013)
The second movie in Star Trek’s Kelvin Timeline revisits the character of Khan, who is now played by the indomitable Benedict Cumberbatch. It’s action-packed and sees the crew of the Enterprise facing their biggest challenge yet.
With stunning visual effects, genuinely moving moments, a Tribble cameo, and some interesting parallels with Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan, this is a film that will appeal to anybody who’s even vaguely familiar with the Star Trek universe. On a bittersweet note, this film also marks the final appearance of Leonard Nimoy as the original Spock.
It’s A Wonderful Life (1946)
One of the best movies ever made and one that everybody should try at least once. In this movie, everything seems to be going wrong for the protagonist, George Bailey (played by James Stewart), so much so, that he finds himself contemplating suicide and even wishing he had never been born. It’s at this point that he’s visited by an eccentric angel named Clarence (played by Henry Travers).
Clarence shows George a version of the world in which he had never been born, allowing him to see that the lives of his loved ones are genuinely worse without his presence. It’s a nice, feel-good film and if you’ve never seen it before, we recommend it. It may be considered a Christmas movie, but much of the action takes place at different times throughout the year, so there’s no reason you couldn’t watch it at any time.
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