It's time to update your watch list! Tons of new movies on Amazon Prime Video have been added to the streaming service lately, meaning that there's even more exciting content for you to check out. Along with new originals, the platform has added tons of classic favourites that you may have forgotten about.
June has only just begun, but there are so many titles to look forward to on Prime Video this month. The Will Smith-led Gemini Man and Tom Hank's A Beautiful Day in the Neighbourhood are just a few films that will be added over the coming weeks.
If you're on the hunt for something to watch right now, the streamer has updated their recently added category with tons of new titles that will keep you busy for hours on end.
Once you're all caught up on the latest and greatest movies, be sure to check out Prime Video's new shows that audiences have been loving!
Rating: 79% on Rotten Tomatoes
The Mayan kingdom is beginning to decline, and a young man finds himself on a journey to a world that's ruled by fear and oppression.
Apocalypto was directed by Mel Gibson and stars Rudy Youngblood, Dalia Hernández, and Gerardo Taracena.
Rating: 85% on Rotten Tomatoes
After being diagnosed with Alzheimer's Disease, a professor finds her bond with her family being tested.
Julianne Moore won an Academy Award for her performance in the film, which also features Alec Baldwin and Kristen Stewart.
Murder on the Orient Express
Rating: 79% on Rotten Tomatoes
In the 1947 classic, a famous detective finds himself trapped on board the Orient Express during a snowstorm. When a fellow passenger is murdered, he puts his detective skills to work.
Prime Video also has the 2017 version of the film available to rent.
Good Will Hunting
Rating: 94% on Rotten Tomatoes
Matt Damon plays Will Hunting, a genius who works on the custodial staff at America's top university. After undergoing an emotional crisis, he seeks help from a psychologist who helps him recover and hone his talents.
Good Will Hunting also features the late Robin Williams, Ben Affleck, and Minnie Driver, among others.
Life Love Dogs
Rating: 8.4/10 on IMDb
This documentary closely follows the lives of three people and the incredible bond they share with their canine companions.
If you're an animal lover, this is the heartwarming tale you need in your life right now.
Rating: 8/10 on IMDb
After being diagnosed with a debilitating autoimmune disease, Matt Embry and his father set out on a journey to seek answers and hope.
The documentary follows Embry on his travels from Italy to Canada as he tries to better understand multiple sclerosis and what options he has.
The Real Lost World
Rating: 7.2/10 on IMDb
The Real Lost World follows a group of South American adventurers as they explore Roraima, Venezuela — the place that inspired the original Jurrasic Park.
On their journey, they encounter exotic animals, natives, and a cave system that may contain new life forms.
Rating: 92% on Rotten Tomatoes
After returning home from the Marines, Tommy begins training for a mixed martial arts contest. Unfortunately, he'll be facing his own brother in the ring, causing a major shift in family dynamics.
Warrior stars Tom Hardy, Joel Edgerton, Jennifer Morrison, and Nick Nolte.
Rating: 70% on Rotten Tomatoes
Two years after the death of his wife, a father asks his three children to return home. They all fear the worst, but it turns out he's not the only one keeping secrets.
Slaine Kelly, Kellie Blaise, Amber Jean Rowan, Liam McMahon, and Emmett Hughes are featured in the film.