Finding the finest movies on Amazon Prime Video isn’t always simple. This is partly because of a few positive factors: Its library is so large that navigating the menus takes some time, and titles are continually being added and removed. With your Prime membership, you can access a genuinely outstanding collection of movies that, in many ways, is comparable to and possibly even better than Netflix‘s film selection. Prime Video has increased the number of movies available for users to watch as summer approaches. Here are a few movies you should watch this summer.

1. Black Swan (2010)

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Director- Darren Aronofsky

Nina Sayers is a beautiful, frail, and dedicated ballerina who has worked for years at a prestigious New York City ballet company. She is consumed by an uncontrollable need for perfection that is eating away at her. In his daring reinterpretation of Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky’s timeless love story, The Swan Lake. The autocratic artistic director Thomas Leroy chooses to give Nina the leading role of the Swan Queen. It is a demanding dual role comprised of two contrasting characters: the White and the Black Swan. This decision was made after forcing his former protégé, Beth MacIntyre, into an early retirement. As Nina tries to delve deeper and deeper into her well-kept dark side, she finds herself increasingly caught up in a world of constant rivalry. Along with unrestrained jealousy, and horrifying hallucinations in the face of tremendous competition from the new corps-de-ballet dancer, Lily. The fervent Black Swan demands enlightenment.

2. Philadelphia (1993)

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Director- Jonathan Demme

Young attorney Andrew Beckett, who is diligent, hardworking, and above all, committed, sees his efforts pay off as he advances through the ranks of a prominent and significant legal company in Philadelphia. However, shortly after receiving a promotion, the startling early symptoms of AIDS. Hence, it would result in his humiliating dismissal due to purported incompetence. Andy gathers the resolve to fight his cruel former employers, suspecting that the only grounds for his termination were his terminal illness and being gay. He does it with the assistance of an unlikely and reluctant ally: the homophobic African-American lawyer Joe Miller. Now, two men are working alone to combat ignorance, which is what leads to injustice and discrimination.

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3. Dead Man Walking (1995)

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Director- Tim Robbins

a death row inmate serving a life sentence for murder and the nun he befriends. Strong emotions are released through the presentation of skillfully crafted individuals and their interactions. As the days, hours, and minutes count down to the condemned man’s execution. Scenes from the horrible crime are intercut, eventually revealing the truth about what actually happened. Matthew Poncelet and Sister Prejean desperately try to persuade the governor or the courts to stop the execution. The nun seeks to reach out spiritually and serve as a guide to salvation in addition to providing practical assistance.

4. Shaun Of The Dead (2004)

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Director- Edgar Wright

Shaun, the lovelorn employee of the electronics store, is well aware that his life is going nowhere. Since he is stuck in a state of unending uneventfulness. Shaun is allowing his fiancée, Liz, to leave him while he spends the time playing video games and drinking beer at the local pub with Ed, his closest friend and roommate. As if that weren’t odd things are happening in North London. Now an unexplained plague threatens to engulf all of Britain. Therefore, Shaun must rise to the occasion and risk his life to save Liz and his mother. Hence, make his way through the town’s zombie-infested streets, and then hide out in the Winchester, the safest place he is familiar with, until everything is over.

5. The Farewell (2019)

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Director- Lulu Wang

Billi, a young Chinese-American woman living in New York City, learns that her adored and unbreakable grandmother, Nai Nai, has been diagnosed with terminal lung cancer. While struggling to find her place in the world and establish herself as a writer. As a result, Billi’s family resolves to keep Nai Nai in the dark in order to spare her the pain. They even go so far as to plan an impromptu wedding in Changchun, China, in order to bring together the dispersed relatives and allay suspicions. Now, hesitant Billi’s parents want her to remain in the United States out of concern that she won’t honour her word to uphold the deception. Billi, though, must end the conversation.

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6. Saint Maud (2019)

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Director- Rose Glass

Deeply pious Maud, a guarded live-in nurse with a troubled background, accepts a position in a mundane English coastal town to care for Amanda Köhl, a renowned former dancer and choreographer who is now terminally sick. Ascetic Maud quickly develops an obsession with freeing her helpless patient from herself. Also guiding her to the light after becoming certain that she has been assign to sensualist, chain-smoking Amanda for a reason.

7. Force Majeure (2014)

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Director-  Ruben Östlund

The Swedish family of workaholic father Tomas, his loyal wife Ebba, and their two children, Vera and Harry, encounter a surprise and powerful avalanche on the second day of their carefree vacation at an opulent ski resort in the snow-capped French Alps. An instinctive, yet unforgivable act of self-preservation will open the door for a quick and irreversible disenchantment as the towering tsunami of white fear rapidly closes in on an outdoor restaurant and its joyful patrons. Tomas is now the centre of attention as trust, the foundation of their orderly lives, silently disintegrates more and more.

8. Rescue Dawn (2006)

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Director- Werner Herzog

The propeller plane of German-American US Navy pilot Dieter Dengler is hit and crashes in the forest in 1965 while bombing Laos as part of a covert operation. Dieter is taken into custody by the villagers, tortured by the Vietcong, and then sent to a prisoner camp where he meets five other mentally ill inmates and guards. He develops a friendship with Duane and plans an escape, but the unstable Gene objects to Dieter’s scheme. Dieter starts his plan in motion after they learn that there is no more food available because of the region’s ongoing American airstrikes and that their guards aim to kill them. Dieter and Duane discover that the jungle is actually their jail as an unforeseen treachery causes the group to separate.

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9. Sound Of Metal (2019)

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Director- Darius Marder

Metal drummer Ruben has spent the last four years putting his focus on art in order to stifle his inner demons. Later, while on tour with his lead singer/girlfriend Lou, Ruben becomes aware of the steady decline in his hearing. Ruben grudgingly agrees to join a tiny deaf society run by Joe, a kind Vietnam War veteran, as this abrupt hearing loss upends his world and paralyses him with numbing fear and indignant denial. Ruben must now establish a firm foundation and realise that his deafness is not a disability that needs to be fixed.

10. Lincoln (2012)

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Director- Steven Speilberg

Abraham Lincoln of the United States works to pass the historic constitutional amendment that will permanently outlaw slavery in the country in 1865, as the American Civil War inevitably draws to a close. The returning southern states will halt the amendment before it can become law, so his mission is a race against time. Peace may arrive at any time, and if it does, they will stop it before it can pass. Before peace comes and it is too late, Lincoln must, by virtually any means conceivable, secure enough votes from a resistant Congress. The president is in conflict, though, because a swift settlement might spare thousands of lives. Lincoln must decide whether to end slavery or to terminate the war as the country wrestles with its moral obligation to ensure the freedom of every member of the people.