Created by David Weil, Hunters follows a group of Nazi hunters who kill Nazi officials in 1970s New York. This group, lead by Al Pacino’s Meyer Offerman, set out to kill genocidal individuals conspiring to create a Fourth Reich.
Logan Lerman’s Jonah Heidelbaum joins the Hunt after discovering his grandmother’s murder. How I Met Your Mother’s Josh Radnor learned a lot from Barney Stinson – he now plays a master of disguise.
Hunters will start streaming on February 21, available in 4K and HDR.
Transformer star Shia LaBeouf introduces his own life to the world with his self-written film Honey Boy. The movie follows the journey of a child actor from early success to a downward spiral.
Initially released in the Sundance Film Festival last January 2019, Honey Boy will reach Amazon Prime Video on February 7.
LaBeouf originally wrote the script while rehabilitating in a drug facility.
All Or Nothing goes behind the scenes at the Philadelphia Eagles American Football franchise. This comes out on the same day as Honey Boy.
Non-Amazon Prime Original Highlights
Major film award winners will also enter the franchise this February. The Farewell features Golden Globe’s best actress Awkwafina where her character’s family says goodbye to their terminally ill grandmother.
A Hitler army boy finds a Jewish girl in his family’s home in Taika Waititi’s Oscar nominated Jojo Rabbit. The film will be available for purchase on Amazon Prime Video from February 4 or for rent on February 18.
Our childhood dreams get fulfilled once again in A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood, available on February 4. Gump-slash-Woody Tom Hanks was nominated for an Oscar for his role as Mr. Rodgers in the film.
2001 classic Bridget Jones’s Diary will arrive on February 2 with the lovable 30-something woman looking for love.
The mysterious horror film featuring Thor himself in Cabin in the Woods (2012) will be on February 3. Chris Hemsworth’s Curt Vaughan goes to a college trip with his college friends only to run into zombies.
Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997-2001) is out at February 3. This was the first film the Avengers director Joss Whedon wrote
Patrick Swayze and Demi Moore’s supernatural romance in 1990’s Ghost will arrive on February 1.
Prime Partners with Play Poland
Polish movie and series buff alike can get Amazon Prime Video for PLN25 a month. The award-winning streaming service just partnered with the country’s mobile operator Play for its new and existing customers.
Play subscribers can now use the platform to watch on up to three devices simultaneously for six months. The company prides itself as the only operator in Poland to offer Prime Video, HBO Go, and Netflix.
Moreover, an array of films, programs, and channels are available in their on-demand service Play Now.
As of the new announcement, Amazon Prime Video is only unavailable in Mainland China, Iran, North Korea, and Syria.
Amazon Prime fans can subscribe to the service in an annual or monthly subscription. The former costs $119 a year while the latter required $13 per month.
Furthermore, signing up with a student email address lets users pay $59 annually.
Subscriptions offer perks like two-day shipping or free one-day shipping, discounted prices, cloud storage, and on-demand content streaming.