For those of not at SDCC, at least we have Prime Video to keep us company. If you’re spending Friday night in this week, here are five movies to check out.
It’s Friday night, and you’re looking for a new movie to watch on Amazon Prime Video because you can’t be at SDCC. Well, you’re in luck because here at Amazon Adviser, we’ve got you covered.
Even if you never intended to go to SDCC, to begin with, if you’re in America, you might be living in the middle of an area with record temperature highs. No one wants to be outside right now, particularly if you live in a humid area. It’s horrible.
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So instead, we’ve curated a selection of five films, both new and old, that you can watch from the comfort of your own home!
The best part is, all of these movies are available to stream through Amazon Prime Video, you won’t need any special channel add-ons.
5. Trading Paint (2019)
- Director: Karzan Kader
- Starring: John Travolta, Michael Madsen, Shania Twain, and Toby Sebastian
If you’re in the mood for sports… watch this new movie starring John Travolta as Sam Munroe, one half of a father/son duo competing at the Talladega dirt car race. His son, Cam (Game of Thrones’ Toby Sebastian), joins a rival racing team.
Sam doesn’t take the news well. It leads to an estrangement between the Munroe men. But Cam’s betrayal motivates Sam to come out of retirement and try to reclaim his former glory.
Trading Paint didn’t do well with critics. Audiences were more receptive to the movie. If you’re a Travolta fan, it’s worth watching to see how he portrays a dirt car driver.
Another interesting addition to this film is the country superstar, Shania Twain. Twain plays Becca, a love interest to Travolta’s character. The movie also stars Michael Madsen (The Hateful Eight).
Amazon added this movie today officially, and odds are this isn’t a film you would have seen elsewhere since it flew under the radar. Right now the movie has a 0% rating on Rotten Tomatoes, which is almost unheard of.
I don’t know about you, but I actually make an effort to watch movies with that low of a score. I mean it can’t be that bad, right? It could be fun to find out!