Need some song inspiration for your shower debut? These movies on Amazon Prime are the perfect start to a musical binge session. From classics to remakes, the soundtracks on these films will have you singing for days.

If you're not looking to indulge in the love stories that come with iconic musicals like Grease, no need to worry. Musicals come in all different kinds of genres. Prime Video gives their subscribers some more untraditional options like School of Rock and Pitch Perfect as well.  

If you've yet to take the leap and commit to an Amazon Prime monthly subscription, the platform, along with other services, offers a 30-day free trial. That means you can watch all their musical movies at no cost! 

Why stop at musicals? Make the most out of your trial and check out everything new that's arriving on the streaming service this month.

It's easy to get stuck in a movie slump while being inside all day. So even if you have already seen some of these classics, why not take the time and fall back in love with them again.

So grab your makeshift microphone and get ready to belt your heart out with these films.

Pitch Perfect 

Rating: 80% on Rotten Tomatoes 

College freshman Beca isn't looking to spend her years in school as apart of a clique. However, she realizes the only people she can bond with over her love for music is the college's all-girls acapella group. 

School of Rock 

Rating: 91% on Rotten Tomatoes 

Dewey Finn is desperate for a job after being fired from playing guitar at a bar. He becomes a fake substitute teacher changing the lives of private school children by introducing them to the world of rock 'n roll.

Hairspray 

Rating: 91% on Rotten Tomatoes 

In this musical remake, Tracy Turnblad is obsessed with being featured on The Corny Collins Show. After attending the shows open audition, she becomes an advocate for other girls who don't meet the standards of 1960s society. 

Ella Enchanted 

Rating: 50% on Rotten Tomatoes 

In a retelling of Cinderella, Ella is granted the 'gift' of obeying anything asked of her. However, the gift is turned into a curse when she must move in with wicked Dame Olga upon her mother's death. She embarks on the journey of a lifetime in an attempt to find answers on how to break the curse. 

Grease

Rating: 75% on Rotten Tomatoes 

This cinematic classic follows 1950s teens navigating romance, cliques, and synchronized dancing. New girl Sandy finds out her summer romance with bad boy Danny crosses a line with their high school cliques. Does she have what it takes to date a T-bird? 

Les Miserables 

Rating: 69% on Rotten Tomatoes 

This movie musical has a star-studded cast to go along with its iconic soundtrack. Starring Anne Hathaway, Hugh Jackman, and Eddie Redmayne, Les Miserables is about prisoner Jean Valjean who is released after 19 years. He later reinvents himself to become a mayor and factory owner while a man names Javert threatens to convict him once again.

 

 

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