Matrix, Warrior, An Angry Man… Amazon Prime Video films and series in November 2022

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If you subscribe to Prime Video via the famous Amazon Prime service, then you know that you have access to a whole catalog of films and series which continues to be supplied each month. For the month of November, the American giant has in particular reserved for you some sure values ​​of the Tenth Art.

Summary

  • Overdose (Prime Video Original Movie)
  • My Policeman (Prime Video Original Movie)
  • Matrix, the trilogy
  • The girl on the train
  • Warrior
  • Hot Fuzz
  • An angry man
  • The People We Hate at the Wedding (Prime Video Original Movie)
  • The other films, series and documentaries in November 2022 on Prime Video

Overdose (Prime Video Original Movie)

We start this selection with one of the well-muscled films from Prime Video, scheduled for November 4 exclusively on the Amazon platform: in Overdoseit’s about a big detective thriller against a backdrop of organized crime, go-fast, traffic, but also murders to be elucidated and intersecting investigations. And as much to say that this French feature film is directed by someone who likes the genre, namely Olivier Marchal, actor and director to whom we owe 36 quai des Orfèvres, Les Lyonnais and Carbone. For once, the filmmaker has surrounded himself with a hell of a cast with Sofia Essaïdi, Kool Shen or even Assaad Bouab: also and above all, it is the raw, dry and ruthless violence of the action scenes that promise a film that mind-blowing and which could well turn out to be one of the nice surprises of this beginning of the month. Answer in a few days.

  • Available November 4, 2022


My Policeman (Prime Video Original Movie)

Matrix, Warrior, An Angry Man… Amazon Prime Video films and series in November 2022

Love is not easy every day and all the more so for Tom: a married English policeman who is madly in love with his wife, his life changes when his heart falls in love, in the 1950s, with another nobody… Patrick. All three, their journey will be rich in emotions, whether they are lively, sad, heartbreaking or wonderfully uplifting: the feature film has the particularity of having two timelines, namely the one mentioned above and one decades later, where the three characters will try to repair the mistakes of the past or, at the very least, to turn the page. Count on the presence of renowned actors including Harry Styles in the title role, star of One Direction that we have already seen at the cinema in Dunkirk or Don’t Worry Darling. The film is notably adapted from a successful eponymous novel: prepare the handkerchiefs.

  • Available November 4, 2022

Matrix, the trilogy

Matrix, Warrior, An Angry Man… Amazon Prime Video films and series in November 2022

Nothing new on the horizon, but given the absolutely cult status of the works, we had to tell you two words about it: Prime Video will host the first three Matrix films, respectively released in 1999, 2003 and 2003 as well. If you ever missed it, don’t remember it or just want to do it for the umpteenth time. This will therefore be possible from November: we recall that this trilogy signed by the Wachowskis, with Keanu Reeves, Carrie Anne-Moss or Laurence Fishburne, gave a huge slap in the face to action cinema and even to cinema in general with a concept then innovative, revolutionary action scenes and an always ultra-efficient visual direction. Many agree that the movies are uneven in quality, but it’s still worth a really close look for all the franchise has brought.

  • Available November 14, 2022


The girl on the train

Matrix, Warrior, An Angry Man… Amazon Prime Video films and series in November 2022

Rachel (Emily Blunt) has a habit of taking the same train every day, passing the same house every day. The problem is that after her breakup, she turns out to be psychologically destroyed and begins to imagine a perfect life for the couple who live in this house, which she sees daily… until she witness a tragic event. Despite herself, she then finds herself embroiled in a story and a police investigation that is beyond her: this thriller with a convoluted scenario was originally released in 2017 and was also adapted from the literary bestseller of the same name. If you like films of the genre, full of mystery and with a rainy atmosphere, then you’ve come to the right place: the director is notably Tate Taylor, author of The Color of Feelings, Pretty Ugly People or Ava.

  • Available November 15, 2022

Warrior

Matrix, Warrior, An Angry Man… Amazon Prime Video films and series in November 2022

Attention, punchy film, in every sense of the word. Warrior is probably one of the best surprises of 2011 and no one probably saw it coming: we follow the shattering story of two brothers who are opposites and with a tumultuous past, brought to confront each other during a gigantic MMA competition, each with their own goals. On one side, a war-ravaged, ultra-violent and determined Tom Hardy; on the other, a Joël Edgerton, a father crumbling under debt and having never really broken through in his field. And in the middle, a father, a former alcoholic and veteran, played by a gripping Nick Nolte. Warrior is much more than a fighting film: it is above all a human story, with scenes that are sometimes monstrously touching and other impactful. We can only advise you too much for the accuracy of the acting and certain remarks.

  • Available November 15, 2022


Hot Fuzz

Matrix, Warrior, An Angry Man… Amazon Prime Video films and series in November 2022

A great classic of British comedy that you can (re)discover in mid-September. Here, we are talking about a film that features two police officers played by Simon Pegg and Martin Freeman: the first is the best of his team, while the second is a real broken arm. Together, they will have to investigate a series of strange crimes in a small English village: it’s very funny, often absurd and tinged with good jokes that we owe to Edgar Wright, a well-known director in the industry (the cult Shawn of the Dead, it’s his for example). The quintessential popcorn movie that will satisfy you on a weeknight and always has its little effect. Prepare a good pizza on the way.

  • Available November 15, 2022


An angry man

Matrix, Warrior, An Angry Man… Amazon Prime Video films and series in November 2022

An angry man is surprising in more ways than one: it is an American-British remake of the French film Le Convoyeur, released in our beautiful country in 2004. The story is that of a conveyor freshly landed background with outstanding skills: shooting magnate, square and determined, he also knows how to react to attacks from armored vans. We won’t say more to spoil nothing, because the film is really worth seeing for the unfolding of its script and its effective action scenes: the tone is notably orchestrated by Guy Ritchie, director of cult films like Snatch, Revolver, but also the Sherlock Holmes. We find in the title role an always pragmatic Jason Statham, but once again, An angry man is a really refreshing action film.

  • Available November 16, 2022


The People We Hate at the Wedding (Prime Video Original Movie)

Matrix, Warrior, An Angry Man… Amazon Prime Video films and series in November 2022

We will end this selection with a resolutely family comedy that may do some good. As the name of the film suggests, the plot takes place in the middle of a wedding: a family whose members no longer really understand each other are forced to meet again during this happy event, causing blunders, the hatching of several secrets and the advent of incredible situations. We find in particular Kristen Bell (Veronica Mars, the only one, the only one), Ben Platt or Allison Janney. On the production side, Claire Scanlon was chosen, the one behind certain episodes of series like Brooklyn Nine-Nine or GLOW. Come on, why not.

  • Available November 18, 2022


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Matrix, Warrior, An Angry Man… Amazon Prime Video films and series in November 2022

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