Top 5 Movies On Amazon Prime

Amazon used to be just an online shop where you could buy furniture or a book to play at the live casino online Canada. Yet, today it offers much entertainment, and Amazon Prime is on the top of it. Here are 5 films you should watch here. 

Last Flag Flying

The plot of Richard Linklater’s excellent tragicomedy unfolds around a former Marine Corps doctor named Larry Shepherd. Thirty years ago he served in Vietnam. And now, years later, the man meets again with his fellow servicemen. But the reason for the meeting was not happy at all. The fact is that Shepherd is burying his son, who was killed in the war in Iraq.

Beautiful Boy

In the centre of the plot is a man named David Sheff, who is experiencing not the best times in his life. It’s all about the fact that his sweet son Nick has become a drug addict. And now the hero is trying to figure out what went wrong.

The Big Sick

Kumail Nanjiani, an Uber driver and aspiring comedian, begins a relationship with a girl that ends after Kumail shares doubts about their long-term status as a couple. Emily then becomes seriously ill and falls into a coma, and as a result, Kumail gets to know her parents. The Romcom part of the film is relatively short; it is an often difficult drama to watch about the unusual beginnings of a relationship.

Midsommar

A couple of students in a strained relationship travel to Sweden for a festival, only to be drawn into the disturbing activities of a pagan cult. To say much more would spoil the extremely unpleasant surprises of this film, but if you’re a fan of The Wicker Man, it’s worth a watch. There’s a reason Ari Aster is considered one of the most exciting new voices in modern horror. 

Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far on Foot

The plot of the picture unfolds around the true and truly moving story of a man who at one point lost everything, and now he has to move on to find himself as one of America’s most talented and poignant cartoonists.

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