Here is the list of top amazon prime movies. This list consists of many genres and unique storylines. I assume that you have already watched some of the movies on this list.
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1. The Dark Knight (2008): 9
It is first on the list of top amazon prime movies. The dark knight is by far the best batman movie without a doubt. After Gordon, Dent, and Batman begin an assault on Gothams organized crime, the mobs hire the Joker, a psychopathic criminal mastermind who offers to kill Batman and bring the city to its knees.
2. Inception (2010): 8.8
Inception is not only one of the most original films in recent months, it is absolutely riveting stuff. Cobb steals information from his targets by entering their dreams. Saito offers to wipe clean Cobbs criminal history as payment for performing inception on his sick competitors son.
3. Lord Of The Rings (2001): 8.8
The prologue explains that the book is largely concerned with hobbits, and tells of their origins in a migration from the east; of how they smoke pipe-weed; of how the Shire, where most of them live, is organized; and how the narrative follows on from The Hobbit, in which the hobbit Bilbo Baggins finds the One Ring, which had been in the possession of the creature Gollum.
4. Forest Gump (1994): 8.8
Forrest, a man with a low IQ, recounts the early years of his life when he found himself in the middle of key historical events. All he wants now is to be reunited with his childhood sweetheart, Jenny.
5. Fight club (1999) :8.8
Beyond imagination! After watching this u couldnt stop thinking about it. Even after 20 years of the release, the plot still offers raw insights. The story deals with white-collar employees who are frustrated with their capitalistic life. And they start a fight club in which they find peace but as the story goes on leads to something disastrous.
6. Parasite (2019): 8.6
Greed and class discrimination threaten the newly formed symbiotic relationship between the wealthy Park family and the destitute Kim clan.
7. Interstellar (2014): 8.6
This movie is absolutely fantastic. One my all-time favorites. The visuals and effects are incredibly well done. This movie will hurt your brain - In a good way. It helps you explore concepts youve never even thought of before.
8. Joker (2019): 8.4
Arthur Fleck, a party clown, leads an impoverished life with his ailing mother. However, when society shuns him and brands him as a freak, he decides to embrace the life of crime and chaos.
9. The Wolf of Wall Street (2013): 8.2
This movie isnt a generic biopic of a prominent, respectable person but is based on a true story of a stockbroker named Jordan Belfort. Its a rollercoaster ride that takes Jordan from nobody to a rich man. This movie was quite inspiring.
10. Mad Max: Fury Road (2015): 8.1
With the world becoming a desert wasteland following a societal collapse from warfare over resources, a survivor named Max Rockatansky is captured and taken to Immortan Joes Citadel by the War Boys, an army led by Joe.
11. The Pursuit of Happyness (2006): 8
Tired of Chriss professional failures, his wife decides to separate, leaving him financially broke with an unpaid internship in a brokerage firm and his sons custody to deal with.
12. The Terminator (1984): 8
In the future, John Connor is destined to lead the war against machines. So a Terminator is sent back in the past to kill Johns mother, Sarah Connor before hes even born.
13. Bohemian Rhapsody (2018): 7.9
Freddie Mercury and his rock band, Queen, achieve superstardom. However, amidst his skyrocketing success, he grapples with his ego, sexuality, and a fatal illness.
14. Knives Out (2019): 7.9
This surprising delightful film has high marks in all the production core values. Writer/Director Rian Johnson gives a glitch-free stately mystery with peacock flourish.
15. Buffalo ‘66 (1998): 7.5
Billy kidnaps a young dancer, Layla, and asks her to pretend to be his wife so that he can please his parents. While Layla is initially hesitant, she falls in love with him.
16. The Conjuring (2013): 7.5
The Conjuring, centering on the alleged real-life exploits of Ed and Lorraine Warren, a married couple who investigated paranormal events.
17. The Big Sick (2017): 7.5
The movie is hilarious and Nanjiani kills it both with his acting and his writing. The story revolves around the comics somewhat personal life when his girlfriend was put in a medically induced coma and he had to hang out with her parents who he has never met or talked to before.
18. Eighth Grade (2018): 7.4
Kayla Day, an eighth-grader, is introverted but also posts videos about self-confidence on the Internet. Later, she realizes she is not the person she is pretending to be and overcomes her fears.
19. Leave No Trace (2018): 7.2
A father and his daughter lead a peaceful life in the woods in Portland, Oregon. However, their fate changes after an incident derail their lives.
20. Ash Is Purest White (2018): 7
This is one of the saddest films I have ever seen. It vastly transcends categorization as a gangster story, drama of ill-fated love, or portrayal of the apparent soullessness of a vast and lonely land - although it is all that and more.