What’s leaving Amazon Prime Video UK in August / September 2021?
James R | On 14, Aug 2021
As the UK continues to navigate its way through the coronavirus pandemic, Amazon Prime Video’s sizeable library of movies and TV shows is a useful resource for keeping entertained indoors. But before you start bingeing through the line-up, don’t miss out on catching up with some modern gems before their rights expire.
This is your last chance to stream the following with Amazon Prime UK:
Moon – 14th August
Duncan Jones’ philosophical sci-fi is a brilliant directorial debut.
Zodiac – 18th August
David Fincher’s meticulously assembled thriller is a masterclass in sustaining tension and fear.
Chappie – 18th August
Neill Blomkamp’s underrated robo-adventure is an enjoyable and thought-provoking sci-fi.
Blackhat – 22nd August
Michael Mann’s underrated cyber-thriller is a cool, visceral ride.
Call Me By Your Name – 26th August
This swooning ode to first love is impossibly ravishing cinema.
Leave No Trace – 28th August
Two superb performances power this moving, thoughtful study of home, family and identity.
The Prestige – 28th August
Christopher Nolan’s theatrical tale of illusion and deception is a compelling character study.
Seven – 29th August
David Fincher’s nail-bitingly dark thriller is unrelenting, unflinching and utterly riveting.
All the Money in the World – 30th August
Ridley Scott’s true kidnapping tale is a gripping drama about loyalty, family and lots and lots of money.
The Illusionist – 31st August
Edward Norton and Rufus Sewell are spellbinding in Neil Burger’s magical period drama.
Mississippi Grind – 31st August
An unexpected road trip movie that goes all in on the highs and lows of addiction.
The Breakfast Club – 1st September
You won’t forget about this iconic reminder of your teenaged self.
Silence – 4th September
This scorchingly personal epic is a quietly towering study of faith and doubt.
The Departed – 10th September
Martin Scorsese’s thrilling tale of bent cops and broken men is a remake that might even be better than the original.
1917 – 10th September
Sam Mendes’ visceral WWI thriller is as heart-wrenching as it is jaw-dropping.
Room – 10th September
As harrowing as it is heartwarming, Room is a remarkable tale of parental love and childlike wonder.
Storks – 15th September
This surprisingly charming animated comedy is funny, frothy, frantically silly stuff.
’71 – 15th September
A thrilling, shocking sprint through history that distills war into the simple urge to survive.
Manchester by the Sea – 16th September
This masterfully prickly study of pain and grief throbs with unspoken emotions.
Battle Royale – 16th September
Presenting an alternate dystopian vision of turn-of-the-millennium Japan, the shocking and highly influential satire follows 42 junior high school students who are dispatched to a remote island, each given individual weapons and ordered to go out and kill one other – an extreme method of addressing concerns about juvenile delinquency.
Justified: Season 1 to 6 – 25th September
Timothy Olyphant and Elmore Leonard fans shouldn’t miss this FX series that sees Olyphant play US Marshal Raylan, a quiet law-man haunted by his past who returns to his native town and is hell-bent on enforcing his own brand of justice.
Other titles leaving Amazon Prime in August / September 2021:
The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street
Sex and the City 2
Holmes and Watson
Rise of the Footsoldier 3: The Pat Tate Story
Versailles: Season 1 and 2
True History of the Kelly Gang
Not Another Teen Movie
My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic: Season 6 to 8
Transformers: Rescue Bots: Season 1 to 4
The Perks of Being a Wallflower
Insidious: Chapter 3
Miss You Already
The Hundred-Foot Journey
3 Days to Kill
A Walk in the Woods
Need for Speed
The Hooligan Factory
Kicking and Screaming
Stumptown: Season 1
Justice League (2017)
Dr Seuss’ The Lorax
Johnny English Reborn
Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance
Be Natural: The Untold Story of Alice Guy-Blanche
Shooting the Mafia
To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything! Julie Newmar
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
The Front Runner
Unforgettable: Season 1 to 3
The Legend of Tarzan
We’re the Millers
Legally Blonde 2: Red, White And Blonde
Last Action Hero
Body of Lies
Babe: Pig in the City
Dumb and Dumber
Batteries Not Included
Escape Plan 3
Light of My Life
An American Tail
Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit
Unforgettable: Season 1 to 3
A Dog’s Way Home
Who Killed Daigoro Tokuyama? Season 1
The Emoji Movie
USS Indianapolis: Men of Courage