7 Titles, 7 Days – Watch Amazon Prime movies and videos before forthcoming Amazon Prime Day

Amazon Prime Day is just around the corner. Though not many days are left for the big Amazon Flash Sale, it is hard for Amazon prime members to wait until the sale begins. But you don’t have to worry, Amazon has got your back. You can pass your time by watching movies and a prime original series that Amazon has scheduled for a week on Prime videos before the Prime Day Sale.

If you don’t have the Prime subscription, then you are missing out a lot of benefits, including the latest movies, international series, original Amazon prime series and other prime membership delights.

Starting from 10th July, you can daily watch a new release on Amazon Prime video till the date of Amazon Prime Day. Here is the schedule:

102 Not Out – 10th July

Releasing on 10th July on Amazon Prime, 102 Not Out is a story of an old man who wants to break the record of the oldest person living on the Earth. He also has an old son who lives in a constant fear of dying. The storyline is comical and emotional at the same time. If you haven’t seen the movie in the theatre or want to watch it one more time, then get ready to watch it on Amazon Prime.

102 Not Out Review

Dunkirk – 11th July

Dunkirk movie will take you to 1940s war between the British and Germans. Directed by famous filmmaker, Christopher Nolan, the storyline revolves around the evacuation of British soldiers who get trapped on the beaches of Dunkirk. Based on the true event of World War II, Dunkirk movie displays the complexity of war and heroic act of civilians and naval services.

Dunkirk Review

Angrezi Mein Kehte Hain – 12th July

Though Angrezi Mein Kehte Hain movie revolves around 3 couples and their distinct point of views on the concept of love, the story focuses on a man who believes expressing your love is not necessary for a married couple while his wife thinks the opposite. This Indian romantic drama is presented to you by  National Film Development Corporation of India. So, don’t miss to watch it on Amazon Prime on 12th July.

Angrezi Mein Kehte Hain Review

Comicstaan – 13th July

Comicstaan is an original Amazon Prime series of total 9 episodes. This reality television series is a hunt of talented and unique Indian stand-up comedian. The jury includes seven famous Indian Comedians; they are Tanmay Bhat, Kanan Gill, Biswa Kalyan Rath, Sapan Verma, Kenny Sebastian, Naveen Richard, and Kaneez Surka while Sumukhi Suresh and Abish Mathew will host the series.

Comicstaan Trailer

Officer – 14th July

Ram Gopal Varma directed Officer is a Telugu-language action crime Indian movie, starring Nagarjuna Akkineni and Myra Sareen. It is a story about an IPS officer who gets to handle a case of a corrupted cop and sent him to jail successfully. However, the corrupted policeman somehow manages to come out and joins his duty, only to target the IPS officer. To know what happens at the end, sign in to Amazon Prime and watch it on 14th July.

Officer (2018) Review

Transformers: The Last Knight – 15th July

Directed by Michael Bay, Transformers: The Last Knight is the fifth instalment of Transformers film series. The story picks up from the death of Optimus Prime and humans are now fighting the Transformers. To save the future, it is essential to dive into the hidden history of the Transformers on Earth. Tune in to Amazon Prime on 15th July to know how Bumblebee, Cade Yeager, an Oxford professor, and an English lord save the world.

Transformers: The Last Knight Review

Raazi – 16th July

The plot of Raazi movie revolves around 1971: India-Pakistan war, where a daughter of an Indian spy marries a son of a Pakistani Army brigadier, who himself is an officer. Her motive is to serve her country, just like father and grandfather. This thriller movie is directed by Meghna Gulzar and is inspired by real events.

Raazi Review

Amazon Prime members are all set for the whole week. But all non-prime members are missing out on the benefits of being an Amazon subscriber. There are plenty of reasons to take Amazon Prime subscription but if you are thinking about Amazon Prime subscription cost, there is a good news for you. Instead of Amazon Prime yearly subscription, you can roll into the monthly Prime subscription at Rs.129/month only. Hurry up! Amazon Prime Day is not far away.


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