The 28 best Prime Video movies to stream in February 2024

Oliver Quick in a fancy tuxedo sat outside in a chair with a huge looming stately home in the background in Saltburn, one of the best Prime Video movies
Barry Keoghan is phenomenal in hot new Amazon Prime Video movie Saltburn. (Image credit: Amazon / Warner Bros)

If you're looking for the best Prime Video movies available right now, you're in the right place. In our list below, we've picked the very best films on Amazon's primary streaming service that are well worth watching. 

The good news is that if you already have an Amazon Prime subscription, the best Prime Video movies in the guide below are all free to watch. That's why we rate Prime Video so much and think it's easily one of the best streaming services. But although Prime Video has a fantastic selection of films, not all of them are worth your time. That's why we've created this guide to help you find the best Prime Video movie for you. We've included epic high fantasy, gripping drama, creepy horror and more. What we're saying is, there's something for everyone here. 

If you only want the newest films to land on Prime Video, then take a look at our new Prime Video movies guide. Otherwise, keep reading our pick of the best Prime Video movies to stream today.

Jumanji

A still of Robin Williams from the 1995 movie Jumanji, in which he's wearing a mustard top and has a long beard.

Robin Williams brings us a fun and unforgettable performance as Alan Parrish in Jumanji. (Image credit: Sony Pictures)

Jumanji is a thrilling adventure film that the whole family can enjoy. It’s been a firm favorite with audiences since its release back in 1995, and now it’s available on Prime Video to add a bit of excitement to your dull January. 

Jumanji follows the story of a mysterious board game that brings jungle hazards into the real world. Alan Parrish (played by Robin Williams), gets trapped inside the game as a child and is released decades later by two unsuspecting kids. What follows is a whirlwind of fun, adventure and (mild) danger as they strive to finish the game. This beloved classic film blends humor, heart and a high-stakes adventure that has mass appeal and can be watched time and time again.

Saltburn

A still from the movie Saltburn of actor Barry Keoghan as Oliver Quick, wearing a spangly white jacket and deer antlers.

Barry Keoghan brings us a phenomenal performance as Oliver Quick in Saltburn. (Image credit: Warner Bros/Amazon)

Saltburn is a visually stunning, thrilling and fairly controversial new Prime Video movie from director Emerald Fennell (known for Promising Young Woman). Initially set in Oxford, England, it follows the story of Oliver Quick, an Oxford University student who becomes fixated on fellow student Felix Catton (Jacob Elordi) who invites him to  spend the summer at his family's estate, Saltburn.

What follows is a funny, disturbing and deliciously grotesque story of classic extravagance and debauchery with plenty of unexpected twists along the way. However, the less said about the story, the better. Part black comedy and part psychological thriller, Saltburn has a similar aesthetic vibes to a Baz Luhrmann film, yet the story reminds us of The Talented Mr Ripley. 

Mission Impossible 1-4

A still from the movie Mission Impossible Ghost Protocol of Tom Cruise as Ethan Hunt scaling a huge skyscraper.

Tom Cruise returns as Ethan Hunt in the fourth movie from the Mission Impossible franchise, Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol. (Image credit: Paramount Pictures)

There are now seven movies in the Mission Impossible series, and the first four are all available to stream now on Prime Video. These include the OG, Mission: Impossible, Mission: Impossible 2, Mission: Impossible III and Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol.

All of these films star the incredibly dynamic Tom Cruise as Ethan Hunt, the main protagonist of the series and field agent of the Impossible Mission Force, a government agency that only handles the most dangerous and high-stakes missions. If you love action, suspense and the most bonkers action sequences imaginable, you'll enjoy the Mission Impossible series.

Watching all four of these movies is also a fun journey through through the evolution of action cinema, filled with Cruise's truly death-defying stunts and cutting-edge special effects that have defined a genre.

Foe

A still from the movie Foe, showing Saoirse Ronan as Hen and Paul Mescal as Junior, Hen's husband embracing naked on a bed.

Foe is an interesting sci-fi movie starring Saoirse Ronan and Paul Mescal. (Image credit: Amazon Studios)

Foe is a sci-fi movie-meets-psychological thriller based on a book by Iain Reid of the same name. Now, this isn't the best movie you'll watch in 2024, but it does have an unusual premise, as well as a few unexpected twists. If you're a fan of quieter, speculative sci-fi, you'll enjoy it.

Foe is set in 2065 when the Earth is becoming less habitable. A new settlement called OuterMore is being established in space, and a lottery system is introduced to decide who will be allowed to live there. Anyone who movies to OuterMore is replaced with an AI substitute that look and act just like humans. The movie follows the story of a young couple (played by Saoirse Ronan and Paul Mescal) who live on an isolated farm in the Midwest when one of them is selected for relocation.

Totally Killer

A still from the movie Totally Killer in which all of the main characters are stood looking at the camera, one is holding a baseball bat.

Totally Killer is an American black comedy slasher film. (Image credit: Amazon Prime Video)

One of the most recent movies in our guide, Totally Killer is best described as a comedy horror, which pays tribute to 80s-era slasher movies and time travel films. It follows the story of Jamie (played by Kiernan Shipka) whose mother is murdered by the Sweet 16 Killer who went on a murdering spree 35 years earlier. Jamie travels back in time (naturally) to find her mother and catch the killer back during his original spree.

It's a homage to legendary movies from both sci-fi and horror, like Back to the Future and Scream. Yes, it sounds like a bonkers mash-up of genres, but we promise that although it's not winning any awards, it's an incredibly fun watch nonetheless. 

The Burial

A promo shot for the movie The Burial of Jamie Foxx and Tommy Lee Jones in suits, looking at the camera

Jamie Foxx and Tommy Lee Jones star in The Burial. (Image credit: Amazon Prime Video)

Set in 1995, The Burial is loosely based on the true story of Jerry O'Keefe, played here by Tommy Lee Jones. O'Keefe is a struggling funeral home owner facing financial difficulties who agrees to a contract with a man called Raymond Loewen of the Loewen Group to help him make ends meet. But Loewen doesn't see their agreement through, and a bitter battle ensues. What follows is a riveting story that sees Jerry hiring a man called Willie E. Gary to help him (Jamie Foxx), a bold and showy personal injury layer. 

Both Tommy Lee Jones and Jamie Foxx have been praised for their contrasting performances, making an unexpected legal team that take the story on some unexpected twists and turns. If you enjoy high stakes courtroom dramas with two fantastic leads, The Burial is a must-watch.

John Wick: Chapter 4

John Wick prepares to attack an enemy in John Wick: Chapter 4

Keanu Reeves returns as assassin John Wick in John Wick: Chapter 4. (Image credit: Lionsgate)

John Wick: Chapter 4 is the latest instalment in the hyper-violent, neon-drenched series of movies about retired assassin John Wick (Keanu Reeves). In John Wick: Chapter 4, John's feud with the High Table (a council of notorious crime lords) continues, which pits him against a whole new cast of villains, including the Marquis Vincent Bisset de Gramont, played brilliantly here by Bill Skarsgård. 

Expect mind-blowing action sequences, some super quotable one-liners from the titular character, a mouth-watering aesthetic and a fast-paced, frenetic soundtrack from one of the best Prime Video movies.

We loved that this movie explored the murky depths of the rich, dark history and lore of the Wick-iverse. Find out more about what we thought of the film in our John Wick: Chapter 4 review. If you're new to the series or feel like it's time for a re-watch, take a look at our guide to how to watch the John Wick movies in order, or read our review of prequel show The Continental: From the World of John Wick.

Elvis

A still from the movie Elvis showing Austin Butler as Elvis singing on stage.

Austin Butler's award-winning portrayal of Elvis is electrifying. (Image credit: Warner Bros Pictures)

Elvis is director Baz Luhrmann's (Romeo & Juliet, The Great Gatsby) interpretation of the life of American rock and roll singer and actor Elvis Presley (Austin Butler). As you might expect from a flick by Luhrmann, it's bold, flashy and fantastic-looking, laced with a lot of heart-aching tragedy. 

Interestingly, the story is told from the perspective of Presley's manager, Colonel Tom Parker, played here by Tom Hanks. Austin Butler was highly-praised for his portrayal of Elvis and bagged several prestigious awards. Reassuringly, the movie also got the seal of approval from Presley's family who have all been vocal about the portrayal of Elvis and his life.

The James Bond movie collection

A promotional image for the James Bond movie Spectre featuring Daniel Craig and Léa Seydoux.

Starring Daniel Craig and Léa Seydoux, Spectre is the twenty-fourth in the James Bond series. (Image credit: Sony Pictures/MGM Studios)

If you're a fan of 007, then we've got some great news for you. Nearly every James Bond film that's ever been made is available to watch on Prime Video. Unfortunately there are a couple of notable absences, including Daniel Craig’s 007 movies aside from 2015’s Spectre. But still, this is the first time the vast majority of the Bond films have been available on Prime Video since April 2022, which means anyone who's a fan of the legendary spy will want to catch up with as many of the older titles as they can.

Yep, that's right. With the James Bond movie collection arriving on Prime Video, you'll be able to binge on all of the Sean Connery James Bond filmsRoger Moore 007 movies, and Pierce Brosnan James Bond flicks in one sitting. If don't know which era of Bond you want to watch first, or if you're up for the challenge of watching every 007 movie from start to finish, take a look at our James Bond movies in order guide first.

Edge of Tomorrow

A promotional image for the movie Edge of Tomorrow featuring Emily Blunt and Tom Cruise

Emily Blunt and Tom Cruise wear mech-suits to fight a super advanced alien threat in Edge of Tomorrow. (Image credit: HBOMax)

Edge of Tomorrow, also called Live, Die, Repeat (which we personally prefer), is a very entertaining sci-fi thriller with a truly refreshing take on time travel. 

It follows the story of Major William "Bill" Cage (Tom Cruise) who’s flung into combat with aliens, known as Mimics, with no military experience. These aliens get a military advantage by travelling through time to learn more about how to defeat us, which means Cage finds himself trapped in a time loop, living the same day and the same battle over and over alongside Sergeant Rita Vrataski (Emily Blunt).

We highly recommend this movie for both sci-fi fans and action movie lovers, because it combines a deeply compelling time travel thread with intense combat scenes. But it’s not just about the big flashy sequences, Cruise and Blunt are on top form here and deliver two heart-warming character arcs that you won’t be able to pull your eyes away from. 

If you're in the US, you won't be able to stream Edge of Tomorrow on Amazon Prime, take a look at our new Hulu movies guide instead.

Interstellar

A still from the movie interstellar in which three cast members dressed in spacesuits are looking down at something inside a spaceship

(Image credit: Warner Bros Pictures)

It's not often that we think movies deserve to be called epic, but that's how we'd describe Interstellar, a sci-fi movie that weaves a story across space and time all in the name of love, discovery and saving humanity – see, we told you it's epic!

Interstellar is set in a dystopian future and follows the story of a team of astronauts who must travel through a wormhole that's discovered near Saturn in order to find a new home for humanity. What follows is a sprawling adventure filled with wonder, heartache and a dash of cosmic horror. 

If you're a fan of science-fiction, there's a lot to love here with beautiful new worlds and wondrous space-faring scenes. But at its core, this is a movie about human relationships and the lengths people will go to help the ones they love. See where it placed in our Christopher Nolan movies ranked guide.

Tár

A still from the movie Tar in which the main character Tar, played by Cate Blanchett, is conducting an orchestra.

Cate Blanchett is mesmerizing as fictional conductor Lydia Tár. (Image credit: Universal Pictures)

Best described as a psychological drama, Tár is about a fictional conductor called Lydia Tár (played by Cate Blanchett), known all over the world for her talent and passion. However, she faces numerous accusations of misconduct and must navigate what that means while she experiences a worrying sensitivity to sound, nightmares, pain and hallucinations.

This certainly isn't a feel-good film, but we highly recommend it for a no holds barred look at the intoxicating side effects of power and it won so big during awards season for a reason. At times the movie is tense and fast-flowing, but at others it lingers and is deeply meditative. Giving us an opportunity to burrow under the skin of the mostly impenetrable Lydia Tár. Needless to say, the always fantastic Cate Blanchett is truly phenomenal as Lydia Tár – you won't be able to take your eyes off her.

Three Thousand Years of Longing

A still from the movie Three Thousand Years of Longing showing characters in a lavish golden room

Three Thousand Years of Longing is about a djinn unleashed from a bottle and the fantastical stories of his life. (Image credit: United Artists Releasing)

If you're looking for a dose of rich and, at times, sensual fantasy then we've got you. Three Thousand Years of Longing is a visually-stunning movie from acclaimed director George Miller (Mad Max, Babe and Happy Feet). 

Three Thousands Years of Longing is about a professor, played by Tilda Swinton, who finds an antique bottle on a trip to Istanbul and discovers a djinn (a spirit), played by Idris Elba, inside of it. The djinn offers to grant the professor three wishes but also tells her three stories about his past, explaining he wound up trapped inside a bottle.

His tales whisk us back thousands of years to royal romances, heart-breaking schemes, murder and lust. Three Thousands Years of Longing is the perfect film to watch if you're seeking some fantastical escapism and romance that isn't twee but epic in its intensity. 

She Said 

A still from the movie She Said featuring Carey Mulligan as Megan Twohey and Zoe Kazan as Jodi Kantor walking down a glass hallway.

She Said is based on the true story of the the initial investigation into Harvey Weinstein's abuse and sexual misconduct. (Image credit: Universal Pictures)

If you enjoy movies based on true stories, especially dramas about journalistic integrity and the toxicity of the film industry, then She Said is a must-watch. 

She Said is based on the real events that took place in 2017 when New York Times reporters Megan Twohey, played by Carey Mulligan, and Zoe Kazan, played by Jodi Kantor, began the investigation that exposed Harvey Weinstein's abuse and sexual misconduct. 

Although it's not an easy watch, She Said is a powerful story with fantastic acting from Kazan and Mulligan throughout. It's chilling to see just how close they came to not being able to tell the important stories that ended up convicting Weinstein and igniting the #MeToo movement that followed. 

Gangs of Lagos

A still from the movie Gangs of Lagos in which one of the characters looks ahead at the camera while holding a gun and a group of people waving weapons stands behind her.

Expect violence in gritty thriller Gangs of Lagos. (Image credit: Amazon Prime Video)

Gangs of Lagos tells the tale of Obalola and the lives of his friends, Gift and Ify, as they grow up on the busy and chaotic streets of Isale Eko, a neighbourhood in Lagos, Nigeria.

A film centered on family, friendship and betrayal, while also exploring the impact of violence and politically-affiliated gang culture in Nigeria, Gangs of Lagos isn't an easy Sunday afternoon watch – especially when you consider that it's based on true stories from Isale Eko. It's also the first Amazon movie to be mad in Africa; the pioneering flick being the first of many international projects that should arrive on Prime Video throughout 2023.

Nope

Daniel Kaluuya in Nope, written and directed by Jordan Peele.

Daniel Kaluuya gives a phenomenal performance in Nope. (Image credit: © Universal Studios. All Rights Reserved.))

Nope is a scary sci-fi movie that’ll leave you thinking about UFOs long after the credits have rolled. Jordan Peele (Get Out, Us) writes, directs, and produces Nope, while the fantastic Daniel Kaluuya and Keke Palmer are the movie’s leads. They play horse-wrangling siblings who are determined to capture video evidence of a UFO but, as you might expect, get much more than they bargained for. 

Nope is a must-watch for anyone who loves a good, tense, and cerebral film. Although the story centers on a UFO – a trite and generic plot point, we're sure you'll agree – it’s unlike any other extraterrestrial-style movie you’ve seen. That’s a huge testament to Peele’s innovative storytelling talent, as well as the performance of Kaluuya and Palmer. Read our Nope review for more on what we liked about it.

Top Gun: Maverick

A still of Tom Cruise standing in front of a plane in the sunshine in Top Gun: Maverick

Tom Cruise reprises his role as Captain Pete "Maverick" Mitchell. (Image credit: Paramount Pictures)

It was Q2 2022 when Top Gun: Maverick landed in theaters and wowed many with its box office performance. Now, the Oscar nominee has finally arrived in your home thanks to Prime Video (it's also available on Paramount Plus). 

You'll want to check it out, too. Maverick is an action-packed, fast-paced movie with impressive special effects, top-class performances and top-tier set-pieces that'll leave your jaw on the floor. Its story is a little formulaic at times, but it’s nonetheless well worth a watch.

If you loved the original Top Gun movie you’ll love this one, too. It’s just as fun, exciting, and edge-of-your-seat tense as the first. You won’t be able to take your eyes off Tom Cruise’s electric performance as Captain Pete "Maverick" Mitchell and, as mentioned, there are top performances from its younger stars, too, especially Miles Teller as Lieutenant Bradley "Rooster" Bradshaw. Read our exclusive chats with director Joseph Kosinki about the mind-boggling number of cameras used on set and how the film got the green light in the most Tom Cruise way possible.

Palm Springs

A still from the movie Palm Springs in which characters Nyles and Sarah are in a swimming pool floating on inflatable rubber rings.

For a fresh new take on the time loop movie, try Palm Springs. (Image credit: Hulu)

There have been plenty of phenomenal time loop movies over the years, including Source Code and Edge of Tomorrow. But for a take that's less edgy sci-fi and has more of the humor, charm, and romcom threads, Palm Springs should be your next port of call.

Two strangers called Nyles (Andy Samberg) and Sarah (Cristin Milioti) meet at a wedding and find they're the only ones living the day over and over. According to reports, the creators were heavily inspired by Groundhog Day, but wanted a fresh take on the time loop trope, which is why the movie begins with Nyles already in the loop. Samberg fans or those of a quirky, sci-fi disposition will love this. US viewers can also catch it on Hulu.

Devotion

Devotion cast standing on an aircraft carrier

Devotion is based on a novel and packed with thrilling aviation and deep racial tension. (Image credit: Sony Pictures/Paramount+)

Devotion tells the tale of an African American fighter pilot in the Korean war, who has suffered unspoken racial injustices during his time in the US military. Isolated from his white colleagues, Jesse Brown (Jonathan Majors) finds it hard to trust anyone – until he meets Glenn Powell (Tom Hudner). Together, they make heroic sacrifices that result in them becoming two of the most celebrated pilots in history. 

Based on the novel of the same name, Devotion is full of thrilling aviation and deep racial tension, which it navigates very well. It's been well-received by critics and audience alike, bringing in a terrific 82% on Rotten Tomatoes. 

Sound of Metal

A still from the movie Sound of Metal showing Riz Ahmed's character Ruben playing the drums.

Riz Ahmed is captivating to watch as Ruben in Sound of Metal. (Image credit: Amazon Studios)

Riz Ahmed shines in the lead role of Sound of Metal, a thoughtful and provocative movie about grief, addiction, and identity. He plays Ruben, a metal drummer who begins to experience hearing loss. He’s told to eliminate loud noises, but continues to perform, worrying that his career, relationship, and life as he knows it could soon be over. 

Sound of Metal is a challenging watch at times, but one of the best Prime Video movies as it's also deeply moving and introspective. You’ll need to be in a certain mood to watch it, but when you do, you’ll be blown away. A crowd-pleasing flick that was nominated for numerous Academy Awards in 2019, winning in the Best Sound and Best Film Editing categories. Easily one of the best Prime Video movies around.

The Big Sick

A still from the movie The Big Sick in which the two main characters Kumail and Emily are sitting on steps. Kumail is wearing a grey hoodie and a scarf and Emily is wearing a blue coat.

The Big Sick is even more fun to watch when you learn it's based on the real-life relationship of Emily V. Gordon and Kumail Nanjiani. (Image credit: Amazon Studios)

Here’s a cool fact about The Big Sick: it’s written by writer, producer, and podcast host Emily V. Gordon, plus actor, comedian and screenwriter Kumail Nanjiani (the duo are married), and is inspired by their real-life relationship. It’s a story about an interracial couple, played by Nanjiani and Zoe Kazan, who have to deal with cultural differences when Emily becomes seriously ill. 

It’s a funny and heartfelt movie, and feels fresher and smarter than a lot of more recent rom-coms. Critics and cinephiles agreed, too, with it being chosen by American Film Institute as one of the top 10 films of the year when it came out in 2017. It was also nominated for an Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay. 

One Night in Miami

A still from the movie One Night in Miami showing the four main characters Malcolm X (Kingsley Ben-Adir), Muhammad Ali (Eli Goree), Jim Brown (Aldis Hodge), and Sam Cooke (Leslie Odom Jr) stood outside in the dark and wearing suits.

A spectacular cast of the best actors around play an equally spectacular cast of historical characters. (Image credit: Amazon Studios)

One Night in Miami comes from Regina King, who makes her directorial debut. The story is based on a 2013 stage play of the same name – written by filmmaker and playwright Kemp Powers – which itself is inspired by a real meeting that took place in February 1964 at the Hampton House in Miami. 

During that supposed event, Malcolm X (Kingsley Ben-Adir), Muhammad Ali (Eli Goree), Jim Brown (Aldis Hodge), and Sam Cooke (Leslie Odom Jr) gathered to celebrate Ali’s title win against Sonny Liston. Events unfold over the course of a single night as the legendary quartet talk about power, race, discussing their roles in the Civil Rights Movement, and the culture of the era. It's one of the best Prime Video movies around and, when it was first released, was nominated for several Academy Awards. 

Manchester by the Sea

A still from the movie Manchester by the Sea showing character Lee Chandler (Casey Affleck) speaking to Randi Chandler (Michelle William).

It's no surprise Affleck won the Academy Award for Best Actor, as his performance in Manchester by the Sea was deep and affecting. (Image credit: Amazon Studios)

Manchester by the Sea is a heavy movie. It’s about a depressed and grief-stricken man who needs to care for his teen nephew after his brother dies. Understandably, then, it focuses on themes of guilt, responsibility, and families. 

It’s masterfully told and beautifully acted by Casey Affleck and Michelle Williams in the lead roles. The film received critical acclaim, winning Academy Awards for Best Actor for Affleck and Best Original Screenplay, and was considered one of the best films of 2016 by most critics.

The Vast of Night

A still from The Vast of Night movie showing a characters on the phone facing the camera and two other characters behind him.

The Vast of Night is a captivatingly brilliant film. (Image credit: Amazon Studios)

The Vast of Night is a 2019 sci-fi mystery set in 1950s New Mexico. It’s loosely based on real events, including the Kecksburg UFO incident – an unidentified fireball being spotted in the sky – and the Foss Lake disappearances, which saw a group of teens and adults mysteriously go missing. 

The film follows young switchboard operator Fay Crocker (played by Sierra McCormick) and radio DJ Everett Sloan (Jake Horowitz) who discover an audio frequency that they think could be extra terrestrial. It’s an engrossing thriller that’s lo-fi and yet shows a lot of film-making skill.

Honey Boy

A still from the movie Honey Boy showing Shia LaBeouf in his role as James looking ahead wearing round glasses.

Shia LaBeouf is intense and convincing in Honey Boy. (Image credit: Amazon Studios)

Honey Boy is loosely based on actor Shia LaBeouf’s childhood and his relationship with his father – the title of the movie coming from his nickname as a kid. LaBeouf wrote the screenplay and also stars in it but, rather than play himself, he portrays his father. It follows the troubled relationship between 12-year-old Otis, who is finding some success as a TV star, and his abusive father, who signs himself up as Otis' guardian.

LaBeouf allegedly wrote the script as a form of therapy when he was in rehab. For that reason, it’s a difficult watch and feels very raw. Strangely, though, it’s oddly therapeutic for the viewer, too. At its core, this is a movie about a man’s struggles to understand himself and forgive himself, as well as his past trauma.

Licorice Pizza 

A still from the movie Licorice Pizza showing the two main characters Alana and Gary leaning against a blue car.

Alana Haim and Cooper Hoffman are authentic and heart-warming as the central characters in Licorice Pizza. (Image credit: MGM/Universal Pictures)

Licorice Pizza is a US comedy-drama written and directed by Paul Thomas Anderson, a filmmaker famous for movies like Boogie Nights, Magnolia, and There Will Be Blood. 

It's follows the development of a young couple’s relationship in the early ’70s, played by the exceptionally talented Alana Haim and Cooper Hoffman. With its laidback and meandering charm, there’s a kind of dreaminess to the movie at times. Equally, though its plot doesn’t unfold in a conventional way. And, although it’s a comedy, it's heartfelt with unexpected action and tension, too. One of the best Prime Video movies available today.

Suspiria

A still from the movie Suspiria showing Susie (played by Dakota Johnson) looking scared at the camera with her red hair in a long plait.

Dakota Johnson is convincing as Susie, the newest member of a prestigious dance school in Berlin. (Image credit: Amazon Studios)

This Amazon Original is a supernatural horror inspired by Dario Argento's classic 1977 Italian film of the same name. It stars Dakota Johnson as an American woman who enrols at a prestigious dance academy in Berlin but, unfortunately for her, it’s run by a coven of witches. Tilda Swinton bizarrely but convincingly co-stars in three roles. 

Not for the faint-hearted, you can expect weirdness, gruesome scenes, and lots of deliciously disconcerting atmosphere from this one. Unlike the original film, which used exaggerated colors, it has a bleak and bare palette. Suspiria wasn't a box office hit but, if you like odd, atmospheric movies, it's a great choice.

Everything Everywhere All At Once

Joy, Evelyn and Waymond in the movie Everything Everywhere All At Once looking shocked at something off camera.

Evelyn must battle threats from other universes alongside her daughter Joy and husband Wayland, or at least some versions of them. (Image credit: A24)

Everything Everywhere All At Once is a brilliant and bonkers movie that's won multiple awards on the 2023 circuit.

It tells the tale of Evelyn (played by the wonderful Michelle Yeoh), who discovers she's connected to multiple alternate universes and could be the key to defeating a dark and unknowable cosmic threat. Ke Huy Quan, Jamie Lee Curtis, and Stephanie Hsu also deliver terrific performances as the movie's supporting cast.

Everything Everywhere All At Once is a mind-bending, genre-defying adventure big on action, comedy and, heart. And, after its multi-award winning performance at this year's Academy Awards – read our piece on the 2023 Oscars biggest winners and losers – it's one you simply can't afford to miss.


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