Top 20 Movie Reviews On Prime Video in 3D 😎 🍿

Have we lost in the endless stream scroll? In search of satisfaction, you spend your time scrolling through title after title, looking for the right film, but uncertain of what to select when faced with a myriad of possibilities.

Don’t worry; the Collider staff did the scrolling for you, sifting through the catalogue for the top options for an enjoyable night in. Today, we’ve compiled an array of top 20 movies available via Prime Canada right now.

1.  Reservoir Dogs (1992)

In the 1990s in the beginning, long before he and his style of stylish, hip ultra-violence became known to the world, Quentin Tarantino was just another film buff at an online rental store in California and aspiring to become a director.

He received permission to create his first feature after the sale of his debut script, True Romance, and getting noticed by the public with it.

2.      Step Up All In

Similar to the Fast and Furious franchise, the Step Up series never seemed to be the sort of thing that would result in numerous sequels or even so many excellent ones.

Set in Vegas, Step up All In is the fifth and one of the top made, with a lot of stamina and love from Trish Sie, who is best known for her popular music videos on OK Go.

3.      City of God (2002)

The 2002 winner of the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, Fernando Meirelles and Katia Lund’s dark and violent City of God is in many ways.

The film is a brutal glimpse into the harsh realities of living in the urban slums of Brazil that is shot with real elegance and likeable energy.

4.      The Cold Light of Day (2012)

A European action film that’s an adult version from Spy Kids, 2012’s underseen The Cold Light of Day is starring the young Henry Cavill as an American tourist who, upon arrival in Spain, finds out the father of his (Bruce Willis) is a professional secret agent, whose spying work could put him in danger.

5.      Donnie Darko (2001)

Richard Kelly’s fascinating, mysterious and truly bizarre Donnie Dark had all the qualities of a classic cult film from the time it came out.

In the past twenty years, the film’s cult status as a distinct type of science fiction drama has grown and looked back; it truly does appear like one of those films.

6.      3:10 To Yuma (2007)

A blockbuster remake of the iconic 1950s western with the same name. It’s an adaptation for the big screen of an iconic Elmore Leonard story, 3:10 To Yuma, which features Russell Crowe and Christian Bale as notorious outlaws and a law-abiding rancher.

7.      Boss Level (2021)

It’s an iconic film in the direct-to-video genre: a huge, absurd action movie starring legendary beef head Frank Grillo and the deleted Mel Gibson, plus Michelle Yeoh as one of the best Chinese martial artists to appear on the screen.

In that case, there’s another time-loop film that follows the Groundhog Day and Edge of Tomorrow this time featuring a shady agent who is forced to replay his own assassination time and over.

8.      The Tomorrow War (2021)

Amazon’s sci-fi action film features Chris Pratt, who is sent on a journey 30 years into the future after a group of time traveller’s show up to deliver a crucial message.

Humanity is losing the war of their lives against an alien race that is threatening the world in 2051. The film won’t be remembered in the history books as among the most acclaimed sci-fi films ever made.

9.      Men in Black 3 (2012)

It’s possible to skip the initial sequel, which is a tired retread that shows that the rule of diminishing returns is true.

The film’s plot places Will Smith back when he interacts and collaborates with a younger version of his old friend, played by Josh Brolin, with pitch-perfect precision.

10.      Men in Black (1997)

The first Men in Black have come to be seen as the ultimate sci-fi comedy, and with good reason. Not just is Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones the perfect comic duo in an action-adventure that is over the top.

Still, they’re also engaging in a game with one another as the most memorable characters from the 90s, a plethora with aliens that vary in their cuteness to terrifying, including one that utilizes the human body as the skin suit.

11.  Monster Hunter (2020)

Vaunted vulgar auteur Paul W.S. Anderson Fresh off the final installment in his massively popular Resident Evil franchise returns to the action blockbuster genre.

His wife and the muse Milla Jovovich again appear as well as Thai action star Tony Jaa. There are just as many incredible special effects and thrilling action sequences that you’d like from the masters of video games film.

12.  A Quiet Place Part II (2021)

Paramount’s A Quiet Place part II was released this month with its Abbott family is fighting to survive in the outer world without even a whisper.

The sequel to the film’s story is set in a post-apocalyptic future filled with aliens that have a keen perception of sound.

13.  Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy (2011)

The critically well-received adaptation of one the best espionage novels of the past–the very first of three books about George Smiley, England’s top player in the world of spying during the Cold War.

The book is complex, thick, but still polished; it has succeeded in completing the difficult challenge of making John Le Carre’s story understandable and a lot entertaining.

14.  The Tomorrow War (2021)

One of the most unusual instances of the COVID-19 pandemic interfering with the top strategies from Hollywood studios. Paramount made the Tomorrow War a highly-publicized action film that was for release theatrically this summer.

15.  Grizzly Man (2005)

The legendary German author Werner Herzog is best known for his epic fiction created under extreme stress, including the massive Fitzcarraldo and the Aguirre Wrath God completely out of the box.

However, Herzog is a skilled documentarian. Grizzly Man, his crossover documentary hit of 2005, is among his finest. It is a brutal, uncompromising glimpse of a man whose dedication to animals led to his tragic demise.

16.  King of New York (1990)

Abel Ferrara, director of films like brutal American classics such as Bad Lieutenant and Ms 45, created his most loved film in the 1990’s King of New York, an iconic crime film that, just as Scarface, was extensively embraced by the hip-hop community specifically.

17.  Requiem for a Dream (2000)

The critically-acclaimed early 2000s drama and a staple dorm room poster Requiem for a Dream is not as innovative as it once was.

Still, two years more than two decades later, director Darren Aronofsky’s extremely stylized, grandly opulent movie about rock bottom and addiction has a significant impact.

18.  Our Friend (2020)

The film is based on an Esquire essay written by writer Matthew Teague; Our Friend is a film about the challenging but rewarding friendship of two couples, Matt and Nicole and Dave.

The film is a powerful and emotional one. The film premiered during The Toronto International Film Festival last September. It was received with a flurry of praise.

19.  Val (2021)

Val Kilmer was a singular screen presence in his years as one of Hollywood’s most prominent actors and behind-the-scenes; he was also a unique person.

The edgy documentary on Kilmer’s legendary career consists of numerous home films and archive video footage.

20.  Annette (2021)

Leos Carax, a legendary French filmmaker, does not make films often. His most recent film, with the incredibly inventive Holy Motors, came out about a decade ago, and the time before was much longer.

Like all his films, the result is worth the long wait: Annette is a colourful and theatrical musical, brimming with ideas and energy. The film bounces around and is unlike anything previously.

Learn & Earn editorial team loves them all! πŸ₯°

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