5 movies recommended to watch on Amazon Prime Video

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2019 was a great year at the level of cinema. And although some try to look the largest amount of movies before the awards season to the beginning of 2020, many productions were pending due to lack of time or because they came to local cinemas.

Well, the current quarantine by the coronavirus (COVID-19) has opened up the possibility that some film buffs to catch up with the best productions of the last few months. Without doubt, a great ally in this task are the streaming platforms. It is for this reason that we present below a brief selection of films premiered in 2019 that we can enjoy today in Amazon Prime Video. Let us remember in addition that the company offers a periodio free trial for those who still are not convinced to hire your service.

Father there is more than one

2019 – Dir: Santiago Segura

Father no more than a one – Picture: Amazon Prime Video

The tape is Spanish highest-grossing of last year was directed, and starring Santiago Segura. Its fun plot focuses on a father of a family accustomed to his wife (Toni Acosta) take care of all the household chores and taking care of the boys. When she decides to go on a trip, it unleashes a madness inside of the house with which he must deal.

Midsommar: The horror does not wait for the night

2019 – Dir: Ari Aster

Ari Aster deployed with skill a disturbing history starring a young couple that travels to a rural village in Sweden. The nightmare that the characters live get land to the spectators despite the fact that you do not have to do with demons or supernatural beings. What happens while, paradoxically, at a visual level unfolds a feast of colours and beauty. The film formed part of our selection of 25 best movies of 2019.

Honey Boy

2019 – Dir: Soul Har’the

Shia LaBeouf debuted as a screenwriter in this film that also stars under the direction of israeli filmmaker Soul Har’the. In their scenes it shows the path of Otis Lort, a child actor who achieved fame very early and ends become a Hollywood star with self-destructive tendencies. The own LaBeouf has acknowledged that this is a story semiautobiográfica that portrays his experience with his abusive father and alcoholic.

Hustlers (Scammers of Wall Street)

2019 – Dir: Lorene Scafaria

This black comedy inspired by real events and directed by Lorene Scafaria recounts how some strippers unite to defrauding their clients, millionaires of Wall Street. This is one of the productions most commented on last year, with a cast of luxury with great female figures such as Julia Stiles, Constance Wu, Jennifer Lopez, Keke Palmer, Cardi B, Lili Reinhart, and Mercedes Ruehl.

The blues of Beale Street

2018 – Dir: Barry Jenkins

Racism and xenophobia are the backbone of this story intimate directed by Barry Jenkins (Moonlight). The film is a social drama that narrates the love story between Tish (KiKi Layne) and Fonny (Stephan James). His future looks to be truncated by a false accusation of rape against Fonny, so the two must fight for the truth to come to light.

Other feature films that were released last year in cinemas, and today, you can find it on Amazon Prime are UglyDolls: Extraordinarily ugly, Vice (The vice-president: beyond the power), Green Book, Grandparents, Litusand the documentary One Child Nation.