It’s been a great week on Amazon Prime Video this week. Today we are listing all the new additions for you.
Untitled horror movie (2021)
Director: Nick Simon | spit: Luke PinesAnd the Darren BarnettAnd the Timothy GrenadiersAnd the Holt
With their hit TV show canceled, six actors decide to shoot their own horror movie, inadvertently conjuring up a ghost with a violent side.no no land (2016)
Director: Damien Chazelle | spit: Ryan GoslingAnd the Emma StoneAnd the Amy KonAnd the Terry Walters
Sebastian and Mia are approached by a common desire: to do what they love. When success looms, the couple faces choices that shake their relationship and put their dreams on the line.
Director: Walt DohernAnd the Mike Mitchell | spit: Anna KendrickAnd the Justin TimberlakeAnd the Zooey DeschanelAnd the Christopher Mintz Plus
Trolls transports the audience to a colorful and wonderful world, where overly optimistic trolls live. They dance and sing constantly and are the exact opposite of the pessimistic Bergens. They are only happy when they have a dwarf in their stomach. After Bergens invades the village of Troll, Bobby is born, who is arguably the happiest dwarf ever. Together with the overly cautious branch, they embark on a journey to save their friends.
Trolls World Tour (2020)
Director: Walt DohernAnd the David B. Smith | spit: Anna KendrickAnd the Justin TimberlakeAnd the Rachel BloomAnd the James Corden
Trolls World Tour is the sequel to DreamWorks Animation’s hit movie Trolls (Partner, Madagascar, Kung Fu Panda). In a fun and colorful adventure that takes them further than ever, Poppy and Branch make a major discovery. They are part of six different troll tribes with very different music styles: funk, country, techno, classical, pop and rock. Their world is about to get much bigger, but also louder and more musical.
Mary J Blige in my life (2021)
Director: Vanessa Roth | spit: Mary J BligeAnd the Sean B. Diddy CombsAnd the Andre HarelAnd the traji b. Henson
Twenty-five years ago, Mary J. Blige released the album My Life. At the time, she was dealing with a lot of personal issues, which she was able to use to create a beloved and celebrated emotional masterpiece. Now Blige is looking at this music and the woman she was then… and who she is now.
“Travel specialist. Typical social media scholar. Friend of animals everywhere. Freelance zombie ninja. Twitter buff.”