Top 7 on Amazon Prime Video India

This is content on the best on offer on Amazon Prime Video India without being biased about a particular genre but giving due regards to the quality on offer.

Amazon Prime Video India
  1. The Salesman –  The movie was released in 2016 and is of Iranian origin. Let the language not be a barrier to compelling storytelling. It is about a couple starring in a play, “Death of a salesman” and how the wife is physically assaulted in the husband’s absence and how he takes it upon himself to find the criminal even though his wife is not comfortable with the idea.
  2. Dunkirk – Christopher Nolan directs this movie based on a true story where the Allied Forces are surrounded in Dunkirk by the Germans and how they were eventually evacuated with the sheer will of the Brits. Don’t see it if you are keen on dialogues because the movie is generally without too much banter. Watch it if you are a Tom Hardy fan.
  3. Razi – As an Indian, nothing can be more inviting than Pakistan bashing on celluloid especially when it comes to spies and espionage. The brilliant portrayal by Alia Bhatt and Vicky Kaushal, great direction by Meghna Gulzar and great script from the original novel by Harinder Sikka
  4. T2 Trainspotting – Danny Boyle and Ewan McGregor reunite after 20 years when Mark Renton returns to his pals in Scotland and if you watched the original then you’ll know what to expect of this sequel.
  5. Gone Girl – Starring Ben Affleck, Rosamund Pike and Neil Patrick Harris, this story is about a man who finds himself in the spotlight due to the disappearance of his wife and he is not above suspicion. The movie has been adapted from a novel by Gillian Flynn who has also written the screenplay
  6. True Story – Michael Finkel(Jonah Hill) from the New York Times is a disgraced reporter and when he is investigating the murderer, Christian Longo(James Franco) who has taken on Michael’s identity then it quickly develops into more intriguing facets.
  7. Mad Max Fury Road – When water is cola and there is a tyranny that governs it. Lo and behold Charlize Theron who rebels with the help of a psychotic worshipper and a vagabond Max played by Tom Hardy.


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