Brilliant Films Coming to Amazon Prime Video in June 2020

Hiccup and Astrid in How to Train Your Dragon by DreamWorks
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Discover the very best films coming to Amazon Prime Video in June. It’s time to grab the popcorn and watch something new today.

Dirty Dancing (1987)

Dirty Dancing is a romantic drama dance film that details the life of a young woman named Frances “Baby” Houseman who falls in love with her dance instructor at a holiday resort. The film received favourable reviews and is known for its appealing characters and impressive choreography. If you’re looking for something romantic and sensual, be sure to catch Dirty Dancing on Amazon Prime Video.

Baby and Johnny in Dirty Dancing 1987
(Great American Films)

How to Train Your Dragon (2010)

How to Train Your Dragon is an animated action-fantasy film which follows a Viking teenager called Hiccup who aspires to follow tradition and become a dragon slayer. He captures a Night Fury dragon and befriends it instead of killing it. The award-winning film has a myriad of positive reviews, and critics praise it for its dramatic depth and dazzling animation. Released on June 1st; if you’re looking for animation with heart then How to Train Your Dragon is well worth a look.

(DreamWorks)

Fair Game (2010)

Fair Game is a biographical drama film that follows the life of an intelligence officer named Valerie Plame as she navigates her work and marriage after her husband co-edits an article that contradicts George W. Bush and the 2003 invasion of Iraq. The film is full of intrigue, injustice and showcases some stellar performances by Naomi Watts and Sean Penn. It is well worth a watch on Amazon Prime Video.

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(River Road Entertainment)

Wristcutters: A Love Story (2007)

An American black comedy with a grizzly title, Wristcutters: A Love Story is an oddly touching adventure film. It details interactions in a strange way-station in the afterlife reserved for people who commit suicide. The film has a cult following, won multiple awards and has high ratings. If you’re looking for something completely different head to Amazon Prime Video and watch Wristcutters: A Love Story today.

(Lionsgate Entertainment)

Knives Out (2019)

Set for release on June 12th, Knives Out is an American mystery film that follows a family gathering gone-wrong and an intriguing investigation after the death of a patriarch. The film received several nominations and has positive reviews including an approval rating of 97% and an average score of 8.3 on Rotten Tomatoes.

(MRC II Distribution Company)

Crawl (2019)

From the 18th of June you can watch Crawl, an American disaster horror film that follows a daughter, father and dog who are trapped in their home by a hurricane and hunted by alligators. Crawl has favourable reviews and critics describe it as a fun, action-packed and fast paced creature-feature. If you’re looking for the perfect summer horror film, then look no further than Crawl.

(Paramount Pictures)

Where the Wild Things Are (2009)

If you’re looking for something magical to watch with your family, then check out Where the Wild Things Are. It follows a lonely boy called Max with a vivid imagination who sails away to an island inhabited by creatures, the ‘Wild Things’, who declare him king. Critics praise the film for its effects and imaginative visuals. Where the Wild Things Are has a 73% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes. You can watch it on Amazon Prime Video on June 30th.

(Warner Bros)

Watch Something New Today

Nothing beats a cool drink and a great film on a summer evening, so grab something refreshing and watch something incredible today.

If you enjoyed reading this, check out our articles on what’s coming to Disney+ in June 2020,  how to watch the latest cinema releases at home, and the best free movies and box sets you can watch right now.

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