Coming to Amazon Prime in November 2017

By | October 25, 2017

November will be a fantastic month for those who love original Amazon movies. There will be quite a lot of them coming in November, in addition to other great stuff.

I have just looked at the trailers for the upcoming Amazon Original movies (that will come in November), and I do believe we have a lot to look forward to. First, you have the movie named The Big Sick. It is a romantic comedy about an Indian guy who falls in love with an American girl. This might sound nice, but it is truly complicated, especially considering how Indian families often arrange marriages. But, when an accident takes place, and the Indian boy has to spend quite a lot of time with the girls family in the waiting room at the hospital. How will this end?

The Big Sick

A second Amazon Original movie is Landline. I looked at the trailer, but this seems to be the least interesting of the new films to me. Two girls live their lifes, but as they discover themselves and their love-lives, they also bump into information about their family, that they could not have imagined earlier.

The third Amazon Original movie is The Only Living Boy in New York. This looks like a really interesting one to me. Pierce Brosnan is the family father who has an affair on the side. His son has just moved to New York, and he is in love with a girl who only wants to be his friend. But, when the son discovers the truth about his father, he starts following his mistress. The mistress is, however, quite special, and somehow the boy gets into a nest of lust and desire towards the mistress of his father. And guess what, as he gets an interest for the mistress, the girl he originally wanted (but couldn’t get), suddenly gets an interest in him. Complicated? Interesting? You can stream the movie with your Prime subscription in October 2017.

Amazon Prime November 2017

A full list of content coming to Amazon Prime in November 2017

Coming on November 1

A Knight’s Tale
A View to Kill
Airplane II: The Sequel
Airplane!
Altar Egos
Bad Boys
Beauty Factory
Bram Stoker’s Dracula
Chasing the Star
Crocodile Dundee
Crocodile Dundee II
Dances with Wolves
Diamonds Are Forever
Die Another Day
Dirty Work
Dr. No
For Your Eyes Only
From Russia with Love
GoldenEye
Goldfinger
Kiss Kiss Bang Bang
Legally Blondes
License to Kill
Live and Let Die
Moonraker
Never Say Never Again
Nowhere to Run
No Way to Live
Octopussy
On Her Majesty’s Secret Service
Redeemer
Speed Racer
St. Elmo’s Fire
The Beautiful Ones
The Cell
The Departed
The Little Tin Man
The Living Daylights
The Man with the Golden Gun
The Peacemaker
The Pursuit of Happyness
The Spy Who Loved Me
The World is Not Enough
Thunderball
Tomorrow Never Dies
Unforgettable
Up in the Air
You Only Live Twice

Coming on November 3

The Only Living Boy in New York (Amazon Original)

Coming on November 4

Tyler Perry’s Boo! A Madea Halloween

Coming on November 5

Life on the Line
The Lovers

Coming on November 6

Among Us
Pearly Gates

Coming on November 7

Fifty Shades of Black

Coming on November 9

Armed Response

Coming on November 10

Allied

Coming on November 13

Baby Steps
Broken Mile
Orion
The Patent Scam

Coming on November 16

Shot Caller

Coming on November 17

Landline (Amazon Original)

Coming on November 19

Man Down

Coming on November 20

Before the Sun Explodes
Blood Ransom

Coming on November 24

Fences
The Big Sick (Amazon Original)

Coming on November 27

London’s Finest
Panic
The Incomparable Rose Hartman

Coming on November 29

The Circle

Coming on November 30

Ogar: Will of Steel

Comments on the content coming to Amazon Prime in November 2017

If you have scrolled through the list of content coming to Amazon Prime in November 2017, you have for sure found something that you like. James Bond fans will for sure rejoice in all the James Bond movies returning to Amazon Prime (again). There are also quite a lot of other interesting movies coming. The brand new movie, The Circle, starring Emma Watson and Tom Hanks, can be seen on Amazon Prime from November 29th in 2017.

Another interesting movie is Allied. I have seen the movie already, and I liked the movie, even though the others I watched it with liked it more than I did. Brad Pitt does a great job in the movie, and it asks some very good questions as two former spies get married and retreat to a peaceful life in England.

What do you look forward to on Amazon Prime in November?

Do you have something that you look forward to stream? Do you want to find out more about how you can stream Amazon Prime movies and content from abroad? Write a comment using the comment field beneath.

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