We’re only a few months into 2024, but cinema-goers have been spoiled with a profusion of exciting, controversial, thrilling and unforgettable movies. Whether it’s the fervently discussed Saltburn or the magically cinematic Wonka, it was all too easy to miss one or two of the films that have defined the last six months – and even award season! 

Here, we’ve collected all of the latest films that you might have just missed watching in the cinema, now available on Prime Video:

Anyone But You

Glen Powell and Sydney Sweeney in Anyone But You

In the romantic comedy Anyone But You, Bea (Sydney Sweeney) and Ben (Glen Powell) seem like the perfect couple until a disastrous ending to their first date turns their initial attraction to icy detachment. However, fate intervenes when they coincidentally reunite at a destination wedding in Australia, forcing them into an amusing dilemma. Opting for an absurd solution, they decide to masquerade as a couple. This sets the stage for a series of comical mishaps and poignant moments as Bea and Ben navigate their charade amidst the backdrop of a romantic wedding setting. With its blend of wit and warmth, Anyone But You is a hilarious story of romance, deception, and the unpredictability of love.

Anyone But You is available to buy from £13.99 on Prime Video.

The Holdovers

The Holdovers

Transport yourself back to 1970 with The Holdovers, a heart-warming and hilarious Christmas story set in a New England prep school. Paul Giamatti shines as Paul Hunham, a grumpy professor tasked with overseeing a handful of students left behind during the Christmas break. Among them is Angus Tully, played by the talented newcomer Dominic Sessa, a bright student with a penchant for mischief. Joining the unlikely trio is Mary Lamb (Da’Vine Joy Randolph), the school’s head cook who is grappling with the loss of her son in Vietnam. Prepare for a journey filled with laughter and poignant moments as these three companions navigate the holiday break together, forging unexpected bonds along the way.

The Holdovers is available to rent for £15.99 or buy for £19.99 on Prime Video.


Barry Keoghan in Saltburn

Academy Award-winning filmmaker Emerald Fennell delivers a captivating narrative exploring the nuances of privilege, class and obsession. At Oxford University, Oliver Quick, portrayed by Barry Keoghan, grapples with his sense of belonging until he is enticed into the orbit of the charming and aristocratic Felix Catton, played by Jacob Elordi. Invited to the eccentric Catton family's expansive estate in Saltburn, Oliver embarks on a summer that promises to be unforgettable, for better or for worse.

Saltburn is included with a Prime membership on Prime Video.


Timothee Chalamee in Wonka

Drawing inspiration from the beloved children’s book Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Wonka follows the story of Willy Wonka – the world’s greatest inventor, magician, and confectioner. It's an enchanting tale full of inventive storytelling and irresistible charm that invites the audience to join Wonka on his journey to the top, where dreams become reality and nothing is impossible.

Wonka is available to buy from £13.99 on Prime Video.

Poor Things

Emma Stone in Poor Things

In the remarkable story of Bella Baxter, played by Oscar-nominee Emma Stone, we witness the extraordinary journey of a young woman resurrected from the dead by a brilliant and unconventional scientist. Eager to experience the world anew, the child-like Bella embarks on a thrilling escapade spanning cities and continents. Liberated from the societal biases of her era, Bella's odyssey shapes her into a resolute advocate for equality and freedom.

Poor Things is available to buy on Prime Video from £9.99.


Anne Hathaway in Eileen

Adapted from Ottessa Moshfegh's acclaimed novel, the story revolves around Eileen (Anne Hathaway), a young secretary working at a prison whose mundane existence is shaken when she becomes captivated by the arrival of Rebecca, a charismatic new counsellor. But what begins as an innocent friendship, soon takes a chilling turn as Rebecca confides in Eileen, unveiling a disturbing secret that propels Eileen down a dark and sinister path.

Eileen is available to rent from £4.99 and to buy from £11.99 on Prime Video.


Jacob Elordi and Cailee Spaeny in Priscilla

Through Priscilla Presley’s experience, Oscar award-winning director Sofia Coppola tells the unseen side of a great American myth. From a German army base to his dream-world estate at Graceland, Elvis and Priscilla’s long courtship and turbulent marriage reveals the love, fame and loneliness at the heart of one of America’s greatest singers.

Priscilla is available to buy for £13.99 on Prime Video, or included as part of a MUBI subscription.

American Fiction

A bald man in a white shirt and black pants standing in front of a house.

American Fiction has been a runaway hit this award season, winning a BAFTA Film Award, a Critics Choice Award, two Film Independent Spirit Awards, and an Oscar for Best Adapted Screenplay. The film's story, following the professional conundrums of an erudite author named Thelonious “Monk” Ellison, explores ideas of racial identity, exploitation and what it means to "sell out".

American Fiction is included with a Prime membership on Prime Video.

The Zone of Interest

A woman holding a baby in a garden

Loosely based on the 2014 novel of the same name, The Zone of Interest is a chilling historical drama that takes a unique perspective on the horrors of the Holocaust and the complicity that allowed it to occur. The film follows the lives of Rudolf Höss (Christian Friedel), commandant of the Auschwitz concentration camp, his wife Hedwig (Sandra Hüller) and their five children as they build their dream life in a house and garden next to the camp. Directed by Jonathan Glazer, this movie picked up two Oscar wins, including Best International Film Feature.

The Zone of Interest is available to rent from £15.99 and to buy from £19.99 on Prime Video.

Anatomy of a Fall

A man and a woman stand in a kitchen with the french alps in the background

This gripping legal thriller was awarded Best Original Screenplay at the Oscars - it follows a celebrated writer Sandra (Sandra Hüller) who finds herself on trial when her husband Samuel (Samuel Theis) an aspiring author, tragically plummets to his death from the attic window of their secluded chalet in France. The narrative unfolds into a suspenseful courtroom drama, exploring Sandra's life, her marriage with Samuel, and the testimony of their son, who is compelled to speak in open court. The film raises the pivotal question: is Sandra innocent or guilty?

Anatomy of a Fall is able to rent from £4.49 and to buy from £9.99 on Prime Video.

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