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Like last week, a total of zero new movies arrive on Amazon Prime Video this week. Here are a few highlights that arrived at the beginning of July, definitely not including the Rotten Tomato 50 percenters. My picks include: Alien (1979), An Education (2009), Hellboy (2004), Julie & Julia (2009), Midnight In Paris (2011), Nick And Norah's Infinite Playlist (2008), Only Lovers Left Alive (2013), Snatch (2001), The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo (2011) and The Lady In The Van (2006).
Let's talk about Only Lovers Left Alive. The Jim Jarmusch film -- he's known for an idiosyncratic, minimalist style with a focus on character development -- follows a musician and his lover, whose reunion is disrupted by her uncontrollable younger sister. Did I mention they're all vampires? Did I also mention Tilda Swinton, Tom Hiddleston and Mia Wasikowska star? The comedy-drama ranks high on lists of best films of the 2010s. If you haven't caught it yet, this is your time to shine.
If none of the above picks take your fancy, check below for https://www.pinterest.com/tammiegreendoctor/faster-way-to-fat-loss/ the best original Amazon flicks you might have missed. Note: Some films on this list might not feature on Amazon in your country -- apologies and here's a handy VPN guide.
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The Vast of Night is a curious indie sci-fi flick from debut director Andrew Patterson that plays with narrative in clever ways. Long, sweeping shots carry us after two young radio workers who investigate an audio frequency they think could be traced to aliens. The distinctive 1950s New Mexico setting, and characters delivering monologues with the smooth intonations of those on radio, all build an eerie atmosphere with satisfying payoff.
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