Prime Video cracked the Christmas movie vault with these additions…
There are a ton of movies added to Amazon Prime Video to get through here so let’s get right to it…
A BAD MOTHER’S CHRISTMAS
Mila Kunis, Katherine Hahn and Kristen Bell reunite in this raunchy comedy about a group of naughty moms. But this time it’s Christmas.
BAD SANTA CLAUS 2
Considering how great the first one was, it’s kind of shocking how, uh, badly this one turned out.
Cameron Diaz is the subpar educator trying to flip everything to impress a new colleague, played by Justin Timberlake. But doesn’t she see that loveable gym teacher Jason Segel is right there?
Arguably still the pinnacle of the erotic thriller genre despite being released 30 years ago this year.
A detective investigates a case involving a man who…well…can stuff things up his butt. You will either absolutely love this movie or absolutely hate it. There will be no in between.
CHRISTMAS WITH THE KRANKS
Jamie Lee Curtis and Tim Allen headline this Christmas movie about a couple who decide they don’t want to party this year… until their daughter shows up at the last minute. 5% off Rotten Tomatoes, FYI.
One of the many, MANY Liam Neeson-in-trouble-action thrillers, this time aboard a train where he is forced to take part in a very dangerous mission.
Emma Stone stars in this great teen comedy about a high school student who finds herself living through a real version of The Scarlet Letter.
Reese Witherspoon and Vince Vaughn are trying to get through four separate Christmases with their separated parents as quickly as possible.
THE GRINCH / HOW THE GRINCH STOLE CHRISTMAS
Both the not great animated version starring Benedict Cumberbatch and the actually pretty great live action version starring Jim Carrey have been added.
THE HATEFUL EIGHT
Tarantino’s worst film. @me not. It’s still pretty good, mind you.
THE HURT LOCKER
An incredibly suspenseful Iraq war thriller that tells the story of a bomb disposal expert (Jeremy Renner) who faces the brink of life and death on a daily basis.
JACK & JILL
Adam Sandler helps create one of the worst movies of all time. Well done everyone.
Michael Keaton plays a snowman who returns to visit his family after his death. It’s supposed to be a cute family movie, but it feels like it’s just one degree away from being a horror.
THE MALFORMATION OF CAMERON POST
Chloe Grace Moretz stars in this powerful drama about a young girl who is sent to a gay conversion therapy center.
Remember when Hollywood went crazy for those seasonal movies that seemed to star everyone and they were absolute nonsense rom-coms? Yes, that was one of them.
THE NIGHT BEFORE
Seth Rogen, Anthony Mackie and Joseph Gordon-Levitt star in this very funny Christmas comedy.
OFFICE CHRISTMAS PARTY
A slew of famous people star in this entertaining, raunchy comedy about an office Christmas party that quickly goes haywire when everyone realizes they’re about to be fired.
Not the classic from 1987, but the actually quite okay remake from 2014.
RUN BEAUTY RUN
A brand new Prime Video exclusive that follows a young woman (Ella Balinska) from hell on a first date. You must delete Tinder before the credits roll.
Will Smith has swung to the rafters in this Oscar-hopeful that didn’t quite hit the emotional mark the way it should have.
“Did you touch my drum kit?”
SWEET HOME ALABAMA
Reese Witherspoon again, this time in a much better rom-com, returning home to her hometown from New York to get her divorce papers signed. The end can be guessed from the first scene, but it’s still very entertaining.
THERE’S SOMETHING ABOUT MARY
“Oh man! How did you get the beans over the Frank?!”
THE UNBEARABLE WEIGHT OF A MASSIVE TALENT
The resurgence of Nic Cage’s career continues strongly in what we’ve previously dubbed as one of the best films of 2022 so far.
A train doesn’t stop. And only Denzel Washington and Chris Pine might be able to stop it. Based on a true story, believe it or not!
Spielberg wanted this war story about a boy and his horse to win every Oscar. It won zero. Nonetheless, it is still very much worth seeing.
THE WATER BOY
Of the two Sandler films on this list, this is the better one. Although this is basically just Happy Gilmore again, but with American football instead of golf.
WE HAVE TO DO SOMETHING
A family takes shelter from a storm in a very spooky house. 56% on Rotten Tomatoes, so don’t expect it to rock your world, but it could be a decently distracting 97 minutes.