If you’re looking for something good to watch this weekend, turn your attention to Amazon Prime Video. Here are five good movies to watch from May 16-17.
We’ve got another weekend of being stuck in the house in many parts of the country. Hopefully, this won’t continue for too long, but there are chances that you are still looking for something new to watch. Amazon Prime Video has you covered with some great movies to watch.
These are our top picks for May 16-17. The list is made up of new releases, older favorites, and more. Everything is available with your Prime membership.
5. Blow the Man Down
You may have missed Blow the Man Down when it first arrived on Amazon Prime Video. It did get a relatively quiet release on the streaming service back in March. However, it’s worth the watch and this is a great weekend to check it out.
The movie focuses on two sisters in a small town who accidentally kill a guy. Now they need to cover it up, but the whole town is against them.
4. Happiness Continues: A Jonas Brothers Concert
For fans of the Jonas Brothers, you’ll want to watch Happiness Continues: A Jonas Brothers Concert. It’s technically a movie. The concert is full of all your favorite Jo-Bro songs, old and new.
This is great for the kids to watch with you. If you have kids like mine, they’ll get up and dance, burning off some of the energy they have.
3. Rambo: Last Blood
Rambo fans need to check out the fifth installment in the franchise. It’s not the best but it is full of great Easter eggs for the fans. Sure, it was slated by the critics, but that’s not who this movie was made for.
Rambo is on one last mission. Will he succeed? You can find out by watching the movie on Amazon Prime Video.
2. Run for Your Life, Charlie Brown
Need something to watch with the kids and don’t want the Jonas Brothers? You’re still covered. On May 1, Run for Your Life, Charlie Brown dropped on Amazon Prime Video.
This animated feature sees Charlie and his friends head to Camp Remote in the Rocky Mountains. It’s the annual river rafting race, and Charlie and his friends want to beat the bullies who always win because of their cheating. Charlie needs to have all the confidence in the world if he’s going to succeed.
Finally, it’s time for the newest release on Amazon Prime Video. Seberg is the movie you need to check out this weekend.
Starring Kristen Stewart, it focuses on the life of actress and Civil Rights activist Jean Seberg. When the FBI starts tapping her phones, it’s the start of a mental downward spiral. While the movie doesn’t have great reviews for the story, critics praise Stewart for her acting.
What are you watching this weekend on Amazon Prime Video? Which movies are the top picks for your family? Share your thoughts in the comments below.