Every month, several new features come to streaming services. But not all of them are really worth your time. To help readers looking for the best films, Bula has put together a list of ten great nominations from different genres that have recently been added to Amazon Prime Video. Among those chosen are the documentary “Rolling Stone: Life and Death of Brian Jones” (2020), by Danny Garcia; Peter Strickland's horror “Vestido Maldito” (2019); and the biographical drama “The First Man” (2018), directed by Damien Chazelle. The titles are organized according to the year of release.
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Friends Kyle and Swin accidentally enter the drug trade. Under the orders of Frog, the big boss they never got to see, Kyle and Swin traffic to various southern states. One day, a mess gets in the way of an important delivery, leading to accidental murder. Knowing that they will be blamed for what happened, the two flee and try to protect themselves. Meanwhile, Frog does everything he can to find them.
Based on the nine circles of hell, from Dante's “Divine Comedy”, the film takes place on Christmas Eve, eight days after the end of the 3rd World War. Australia is devastated and the few survivors are just waiting for the day they will die. In the midst of the chaos, Kate receives voice commands through an old radio. So, she decides to start a dangerous journey to find out who owns the voice.
In the 1960s, Brian Jones emerged on the British rock scene, along with the band Rolling Stone. But his unruly use of drugs and his inconsistent behavior led to him being expelled from the group in 1969. Three weeks later, he was found dead in his UK swimming pool. The death was declared accidental. This documentary investigates the possibility that Jones was murdered.
After murdering a traveling preacher, a fugitive criminal decides to steal his victim's identity to start his life over. Then, he moves to a small town in the interior of Texas, where the reverend lived, and takes over the local parish. Although the congregation loves the impostor's sermons, the local police chief does not share the same opinion and begins to investigate him.
Sheila is a newly separated woman who is preparing to meet another man for the first time after the divorce. For the meeting, she decides to buy a beautiful red dress that is on sale at a store. But after the purchase, supernatural things start to happen to Sheila, from strange noises to unexplained accidents. Over time, she suspects that the dress is responsible for her tragedies.
Eva is a determined and independent woman who returns to the city where she grew up to spend her summer holidays. Her mother and Gema, her best friend, look forward to it. What Eva did not expect is to find Rubén, who was a great friend, but decided to leave unexpectedly, without explanation. Six years later, Eva is still upset with Rubén, but he is willing to reconnect with her.
The film tells the story of Neil Armstrong, the first astronaut to step on the moon, in 1969. Working as a test pilot for American Aeronautics, he signs up to be one of NASA's pilots and gets one of the vacancies. As he spends years preparing for space travel, changes occur in his professional life and the loss of one of his daughters, Karen, tests his emotional limits.
Marina is a transsexual waitress who dreams of becoming a successful singer. Marina lives with Orlando, a man 20 years older, who left the family to be with her. After her husband's sudden death, Marina is confronted by Orlando's ex-wife and children, who treat her with suspicion and prejudice.
In the late 1940s, Inspector Oscar was responsible for investigating the Nobel winner, Chilean poet Pablo Neruda, for being part of the Communist Party. Called "the most important communist in the world", Neruda is forced to become a fugitive in his own country and does everything to confuse Oscar, who is chasing him everywhere.
In the 1940s, Germans dominated France. In a small town, Louise owns a bar where residents try to forget about the war. She doesn't take sides: as long as the Nazis leave her alone, she continues to serve everyone drinks. But, things change when a wounded British airman asks Louise for help. Living with the new tenant changes Louise's view of the war.