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Films coming to Amazon Prime Video in March 2018

Friday, February 23rd 2018 by Mike Whitehead

Whatever you fancy binging on during March – tear-jerkers, comedies or Her Majesty’s most famous secret agent, Amazon Prime has everything covered.

Amazon Prime’s March line-up includes one Amazon Original Movie, three recently released pictures available to rent or buy and a host of classics to watch as part of the main package.

Amazon Original Movie: Brad’s Status (from 2 March)

Written and directed by Mike White (School of Rock) and starring Ben Stiller, Michael Sheen and Luke Wilson. A comedy-drama about a middle-aged man (Brad) who accompanies his teenage son (Troy) to Boston where they’re visiting a number of colleges he may wish to attend.

Brad is constantly beating himself up about choices he’s made in his life in the knowledge all of his childhood friends have become wealthy and privileged. He soon realises all is not as it seems with his friend’s personal lives and his family make him understand how important he is to them.



Available to rent or buy on Prime Video

The following films won't be included in your Amazon Prime subscription, in order to watch them you'll need to pay to either rent or buy them. If you choose to rent, you'll have 30 days to start watching the movie then 48 hours to finish it, which is plenty so you might even be able to watch it again.

Dance Academy: The Comeback (from 2 March)

Directed by Jeffrey Walker, starring Miranda Otto, Xenia Goodwin and Keiynan Lonsdale. A big screen version of the popular Dance Academy TV show, following the main characters and where they are with their lives.

Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle (from 6 March)



Directed by Jake Kasdan and starring Dwayne Johnson, Jack Black and Kevin Hart. This adventure-comedy cleaned up at the box office during 2017 making just under a billion dollars worldwide.

Set 20 years after the events of the first film, four teenagers discover the Jumanji game while serving a detention at school. They’re soon sucked into the game and are re-animated as their chosen avatars. With only three lives each, they need to crack the secrets of the game in order to make it back out alive.

All the Money in the World (from 27 March)

Directed by Ridley Scott and starring Michelle Williams, Mark Wahlberg and Christopher Plummer. Critically acclaimed crime thriller based around the events in 1973 of the richest man in the world, J. Paul Getty’s refusal to co-operate with a group of Italian mafia kidnappers demanding money in return for his 16-year-old grandson, John Paul Getty III.

In addition to these movies there’s a host of classics to binge on during the month including a number of James Bond features including Moonraker, The Living Daylights and Goldeneye. If you’re looking for some laughs there’s the Bill Murray favourite Kingpin or if you’re a fan of biopics there’s The Doors and Chaplin to choose from.

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