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As a rule, we report almost daily on the new films and series that are included in the Amazon Prime Video range . At the same time, however, numerous licenses expire month after month, so that other content disappears from the platform in return or is then only available at an additional cost. So it can happen that you put “free films” on the watch list, but they gather dust there until they finally cost something again. So that this doesn’t happen to you, we want to draw your attention to a selection of films that you can only watch for a short time with your Prime subscription.
Amazon currently lists over 130 films that will disappear in the next 30 days. These include the complete » Harry Potter » saga, the famous » Last Samurai » with Tom Cruise or the cult mindfuck » Fight Club «, which FILMSTARTS crowned as the best FSK 18 film of all time a few years ago . Most of the following films are not quite as good, but we still want to draw attention to them separately — because they will disappear in a few days.
» Soon away from Amazon Prime Video: All films at a glance *
» Dunkirk » (Available until June 10th) — Visually stunning, engaging from start to finish and uniquely narrated war film masterpiece from master director Christopher Nolan (5 stars)
» «Dunkirk» on Amazon Prime Video *
» Spy Game — The Final Countdown » (available until June 15) — Tony Scott’s entertaining espionage thriller is still worth seeing after 20 years, not least thanks to the grandiose leading actor duo Brad Pitt and Robert Redford (3.5 stars)
» «Spy Game» on Amazon Prime Video *
» Game Night » (available until June 11) — entertaining mix of comedy and crime thriller, which is still a lot of fun the second or third time (3 stars)
» «Game Night» on Amazon Prime Video *
» The Mule » (available until June 5) — self-deprecating drug smuggling thriller by and with Clint Eastwood, who proved impressively that he can still do it at almost 90 (3 stars)
» «The Mule» on Amazon Prime Video *
» Catacombs » (available until June 6th) — Horror with outrageous dialogues, which also has a few strong moments of chills, but is only worth it for die-hard found footage fans (2 stars)
» «Catacombs» on Amazon Prime Video *
» Geostorm » (available until June 5th) — visually appealing disaster film from Roland Emmerich’s longtime producer Dean Devlin, which doesn’t have much to offer apart from visual show values (2 stars)
» «Geostorm» on Amazon Prime Video *
» Dying Of The Light » (available until June 15th) — mixed thriller-drama with rating 18, which is really only something for Nicolas Cage watchers (no review available)
» «Dying Of The Light» on Amazon Prime Video *
In June, of course, you can expect a lot of highlights that end up on Amazon Prime Video. All four films in the » Lethal Weapon » series (from June 7th), the great coming-of-age drama » Never Rarely Sometimes Always » (June 11th) as well as exclusive series replenishment will soon be included in the subscription. about the third season “ The Boys ” (June 3).
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