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Best Movies on Amazon Prime in September 2020

Amazon Prime is easily Netflix’s best-known streaming rival in the UK, but many people don’t realise that when it comes to movies, Amazon has the big N beat hands-down.

Amazon’s library is bigger but also better, with a wide array of blockbusters bolstered by Oscar favourites and a genuinely fantastic lineup of indie and arthouse fare too – some of the best films of the last few years have boasted an Amazon Original logo.

Every single one of the films we’ve picked out here is currently included for free as part of the Prime subscription service, but if you’re not a subscriber then you can always rent or buy a digital copy directly from Amazon too.

If you’re looking for more inspiration you might also want to consider subscribing to one of the Amazon Prime Channels: these are add-on subscriptions for your Prime account that give you access to films from rival apps like Mubi or BFI Player, along with other films selected from distributors like Arrow Entertainment or MGM, which you can then watch from within the Amazon Prime interface and apps.

Got a favourite we didn’t include? Let us know in the comments, and we’ll be updating this piece regularly as the Amazon Prime film library changes.

Don’t have Prime? Take a look at our complete guide to Amazon Prime to find out more about the service and how to sign up.

The Children Act

Fantastic Mr. Fox

If Beale Street Could Talk

Suspiria

Marley & Me

Cape Fear

Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy

Booksmart

Room

Attack the Block

Mad Max: Fury Road

Brazil

Free Fire

Vice

The Big Sick

Hustlers

Knives Out

The Farewell

The Imitation Game

Midsommar

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