What’s leaving Amazon Prime Video UK in May / June 2022?
James R | On 21, May 2022
As the UK continues to navigate its way through the Covid-19 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 old and new gems before their rights expire.
This is your last chance to stream the following with Amazon Prime UK:
Master and Commander: The Far Side Of The World – 21st May
Russell Crowe and Paul Bettany are superb in Peter Weir’s 19th-century seafaring drama, which follows Captain Jack Aubrey of the Man-of-War HMS Surprise, who is under orders to sink or capture the French privateer Acheron.
Road to Perdition – 22nd May
Tom Hanks, Daniel Craig and Paul Newman are sublime in Sam Mendes’ brooding yet beautiful moral tale of fathers and sons.
The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo – 22nd May
Rooney Mara and Daniel Craig are excellent in David Fincher’s chilling, stylish remake of the Swedish thriller.
Robin Hood (1973) – 24th May
Part of the Wolfgang Reitherman era, this Disney classic is a charming, winning tale of derring-do.
The Prestige – 25th May
Christopher Nolan’s theatrical tale of illusion and deception is a compelling character study.
Walk the Line – 26th May
Joaquin Phoenix delivers an intense turn as Johnny Cash in this moving biopic.
Spiral: From the Book of Saw – 28th May
Chris Rock and Samuel L Jackson bring a fresh slice of detective drama to the Saw franchise with this uneven but promising sequel.
Seven – 28th May
David Fincher’s nail-bitingly dark thriller is unrelenting, unflinching and utterly riveting.
While You Were Sleeping – 28th May
Jon Turteltaub’s 1995 gem sees Sandra Bullock step into a leading role as a Chicago everywoman who is mistaken for being engaged to a guy she fancies on the train (Peter Gallagher). After saving his life, he winds up in a coma – and his family immediately invite her into the fold. Enter the guy’s charming, suave and suspicious older brother (Bill Pullman)…
All the Money in the World – 28th May
Ridley Scott’s true kidnapping tale is a gripping drama about loyalty, family and lots and lots of money.
Molly’s Game – 1st June
Jessica Chastain and Idris Elba crackle in Aaron Sorkin’s slick poker drama.
Pan’s Labyrinth – 2nd June
Guillermo del Toro’s beautiful, bold masterpiece is the 21st century’s defining live-action fantasy.
Attack the Block – 3rd June
Jodie Whittaker and John Boyega are fantastic in Joe Cornish’s small-scale sci-fi gem.
12 Years a Slave – 4th June
Steve McQueen’s unflinching biographical drama is harrowing, powerful cinema.
Detroit – 5th June
Kathryn Bigelow’s depiction of the 1967 Detroit riots is brutal, violent viewing – sometimes too much so.
Great British Theatre: Volume 1 – 11th June
Don’t miss your chance to stream recordings of several theatre productions, including Benedict Cumberbatch’s Hamlet, Danny Boyle’s Frankenstein starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Johnny Lee Miller, the original Fleabag theatre show and Ian McKellen on Stage.
James Bond – 14th June
The entire collection of 007 films will bid farewell on 14th June, except for No Time to Die. Read our in-depth review of each one available in our 007 streaming guide.
Other titles leaving Amazon Prime in May / June 2022:
The Other Woman
The Secret Life of Walter Mitty
This Means War
Sleeping With The Enemy
We Are Your Friends
The Pursuit of Happyness
The Way, Way Back
Sully: Miracle on the Hudson
House Of Setnakht
The Amazing Spider-Man
Slaying the Dragon
Rise of the Footsoldier