Veronica Mars? Justified? The Americans? Not on Netflix streaming. But they are on Amazon Prime, which I know many of y’all have (because two-day shipping). Here’s what’s to watch on Amazon Prime when you’ve finished House of Cards.
Veronica Mars: The movie will be available March 14th, and you can catch up on your favorite sassy detective on Amazon.
Justified: I’m sure you read MJ’s recaps and want to catch up so you don’t read any spoilers. You can! On Amazon Prime!
The Americans: Selena loves this show, and you can find out why.
The Bling Ring: Based on the true story of a bunch of rich teenagers who stole from famous people. It’s directed by Sophia Coppola and is a delightful way to spend an evening.
Emma (2009): The BBC recently did a series with several of Jane Austen’s classics. This version of Emma stars Ramola Gorai, Jonny Lee Miller, and Michael Gambon. It is a delight.
Pride and Prejudice: The one with Colin Firth. Need I say more?
The Witches: Based on Roald Dahl’s fantastic book, it stars Angelica Huston.
Sabrina the Teenage Witch: Because sometimes you want to remind yourself of how good it was to watch this with your friends in high school. Salem is still the best.
Animaniacs: Another ’90s nostalgia draw. Watch it on Saturday morning with a bowl of cereal. Watch for the dirty jokes.
The Goonies: Hey you guys! The Goonies is on Amazon Prime.
What have you discovered on Amazon Prime (that isn’t on Netflix)?
7 replies on “Movies on Amazon Prime (That Aren’t on Netflix)”
I’ve been watching a LOT of Veronica Mars in anticipation of the movie. Prime also has some good yoga videos that don’t seem to be on any of the other subscription services.
Yes! There are also some other workout videos that are great. Netflix doesn’t have any of those.
This is good to know. Stashing this info away for future use when I don’t want to drive to the gym.
There is only one Darcy. #TrueStory
There can be only one.
*Sticks head in*
I kind of prefer Matthew Macfadyen’s Darcy myself.
*Runs away laughing maniacally*
Macfadyen’s Darcy belongs in a Bronte novel. NOT Jane Austen.