The Italians voted, and from today and for the next few days and weeks politics will hold the ground, starting from the electoral count up to the formation of the new government.
Having made this necessary premise, it is also true that you cannot live on electoral marathons and political confrontations alone, so if you are looking for advice on what to watch on Prime Video you are in the right place.
In the next, in addition to the new episode of The Rings of Power, there’s a lot coming to Prime’s catalog. We start with a comedy show by Enrico Brignano, and then continue with a film that mixes horror and comedy.
And these were the main news of the week, but also watch out for the upcoming titles: among these we suggest a historical film, a romantic comedy, the first Tomb Rider by Angelina Jolie and the epic Conan the boy of the future by Miyazaki. Good vision!
Enrico Brignano Part One (Exclusive show) – release date 27 September
Enrico Brignano resumes contact with his public after the period of forced detention due to a pandemic, quickly retracing the difficulties encountered and the more or less healthy habits he took in a moment as absurd as it is exceptional. But his intention is to break the mold, to break the delay … in short, essentially to break and go further, to provide his very personal photograph of the times. But always without taking himself too seriously, huh!
My Best Friend’s Exorcism (Amazon Original movie) – release date 30 September
Surviving adolescence is not easy, especially when you are possessed by a demon. It’s 1988 and two best friends Abby (Elsie Fisher) and Gretchen (Amiah Miller) are discovering kids, pop culture and a paranormal force that has clung to Gretchen like a pair of glow-in-the-dark legwarmers. With the help of a slightly overconfident mall exorcist, Christian Lemon (Christopher Lowell), Abby is determined to take the demon back to the depths of hell, unless she kills Gretchen first. At times scary and comical, My Best Friend’s Exorcism is a tribute to 80s pop culture and a timeless story of terror and true friendship. Duration: 96 minutes.
Wind of Spring (2011 film) – deadline September 30th
On the night of July 15-16, 1942, over 13,000 Jews are arrested in Paris. All families with children are gathered at the Velodrome d’Hiver waiting to be deported. In the morning the children find themselves alone, they have been separated from their parents. All the characters really existed and all the events, even the most dramatic, happened in the summer of 1942. With Jean Reno.
Letters to Juliet (2010 film) – deadline September 30th
While visiting Verona with her boyfriend, aspiring journalist Sophie finds an old love letter written fifty years earlier by a woman named Claire. Hoping to get an interesting story to publish, the girl decides to contact the author and help her find the man she fell in love with when she was young.
Lara Croft: Tomb Raider (2001 film) – deadline September 30th
Lara Croft is an archaeologist who travels the world in search of abandoned crypts and forgotten empires, polyglot and trained in combat, only obeys her desire for adventure. Now she has the biggest challenge before her: to find two parts of an ancient artifact that possesses extraordinary powers, but to find it Lara will have to get in touch with a secret and dangerous society. With Angelina Jolie.
Conan – The boy from the future (1978 anime series) – expiration date 30 September
After a nuclear catastrophe, the planet is almost entirely covered by water. Young Conan, who lives with his grandfather on a remote island, one day finds a fainting girl named Lana on the beach. When Indastria’s soldiers kidnap her, Conan will try to save her, starting an adventure that will change the very fate of the world.