Top 5 Movies Released In April On Amazon Prime

Top 5 Movies Released In April On Amazon Prime

The first week of April is a time of joy for movie lovers. A bunch of long-awaited movies was released this week on Amazon Prime. These are the top 5 movies on that list.

Django Unchained (2012)

IMBD: 8.1 Genres: Western, Drama Runtime: 2h 45min

This is the story of a slave that embarks on a rescue mission with a hunter to save his wife from the hands of a cruel plantation owner. It’s a masterpiece of director Quentin Tarantino with top-notch and brilliant acting by Leonardo DiCaprio and Jamie Foxx. The best parts of the film are the storyline and direction. The way the film is shot gives viewers the impression of being shot in the 18th century, the visuals appearing very realistic on every screen

Trailer link : Django Unchained Official Trailer #1 (2012) Quentin Tarantino Movie HD

Jane Eyre (2011)

IMBD: 7.3 Genres: Drama, Romance Runtime: 2h 0min

It is a wonderful absorbing film directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga and based on a novel written by Charlotte Bronte. It is an example of how a dramatic movie should be made. The movie visualizes the life of the orphaned child Jane Eyre. The chemistry between Michael Fassbender and mia is a treat to watch and their performances are remarkable. We can see an outstanding performance in Mia’s portrayal of Jane Eyre. She was strong, unbending, and captivating in the role. Her acting was precisely what we had expected Jane to be like. A strong movie that depicts unconditional love.

Trailer link :Jane Eyre – Official Trailer

Southpaw (2015)

IMBD: 7.4 Genres: Drama, Crime, Sport, Action & Adventure Runtime: 2h 3min

This is not just another movie about boxing. This is the story of a warrior, Jake who is a boxer, champion, rich, with a family he loves more than life. But life takes an unexpected turn for them, then we get a great story about fame, loss, parenting, true love, and of course, there are a few boxing scenes that encourage action lovers. The film captures the unimaginable loss of loved ones. But the filim did not disappoint you, it reminds you of having a purpose in life. The direction of Antoine Fuqua is remarkable.

Trailer link :Southpaw Official Trailer #1 (2015) – Jake Gyllenhaal, Rachel McAdams Movie HD

Traffic (2000)

IMBD: 7.6 Genres: Mystery & Thriller, Crime, Drama Runtime: 2h 27min

The story tells about the drug trade in America that tied four people’s life. This movie takes a scary look at drugs in America and Mexico. It is told through interconnected stories. Great cast and pretty realistic on the drug trade. The storyline is bilingual and easy to understand and part of the storyline in this movie is based on actual people and events. A great movie on drug trafficking and how a family should come before all else.

Trailer link :Traffic Official Trailer #1 – Jacob Vargas Movie (2000) HD

Hail, Caesar! (2016)

IMBD: 6.3 Genres: Drama, Mystery & Thriller, Comedy, Musical Runtime: 1h 46min

It depicts a day in the life of a Hollywood studio in the 1950s, with Josh Brolin as the studio head whose job it is to keep things running smoothly. The main plot revolves around the kidnapping of the star of the studio’s gigantic Biblical epic, Hail, Caesar!, Baird Whitlock. The plot might not amount to much, but it’s all a lot of fun, and, as you would expect, wonderfully shot and directed. The Coen Brothers did their best by telling the story pure and simple.

Trailer link :Hail, Caesar! – Official Trailer (HD)

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