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Ryan Coogler's Creed, starring Michael B. Jordan and Sylvester Stallone, comes to Amazon Prime in November.

Barry Wetcher

Ryan Coogler's Creed, starring Michael B. Jordan and Sylvester Stallone, comes to Amazon Prime in November.



For November, Amazon Prime will bring much of the James Bond series and Rocky franchise, including last year's excellent Creed, to the streaming service. There will also be newer options, including genre standout Green Room, AMC miniseries The Night Manager and the second season of Amazon's Red Oaks. For a full list, read below:

Nov. 1
The Addams Family
Addams Family Values 
Be Cool 

The Conversation
1974 was a famously great year for cinema, featuring two brilliant films from Francis Ford Coppola alone in The Godfather Part II and The Conversation. Following surveillance expert Harry Caul (Gene Hackman) who believes he may have uncovered a dangerous plot in an audio recording he's made, the movie is a brilliant exploration of the state of paranoia.
Courage Mountain
Death at a Funeral
Diamonds are Forever 
Die Another Day 
Dr. No 
Enter The Ninja 
Erin Brockovich 
Fatal Attraction 
For Your Eyes Only 

From Russia with Love 
"What's the best Bond movie?" has been a long-running cinematic argument, and you could make a strong case for this second Sean Connery installment (it's the only one to have a brutal, claustrophic train room brawl with Robert Shaw.) Yet you can make up your mind as much of the James Bond series is added to Amazon Prime, including other contenders like Goldfinger and On Her Majesty's Secret Service.
Get Shorty 
Good Advice 
Happily N'Ever After 
Happily N'Ever After 2: Snow White 
Legally Blonde 
Licence to Kill 
Live and Let Die 
The Little Girl Who Lives Down the Lane 
The Living Daylights
Major League 
Man with the Golden Gun 
Meet Joe Black 
Never Say Never Again 
On Her Majesty's Secret Service 

The Sylvester Stallone boxing film won Best Picture in 1976 over Network, Taxi Driver and All the President's Men, and though it was the undeniable crowd-pleaser of the bunch, it featured an economically-minded realism not too far removed from its competitors. If you're just looking for a good face-punching, however, you can see Stallone square off against Mr. T and Dolph Lundgren in the Rocky sequels also being added.
Rocky II 
Rocky III 
Rocky IV 
Rocky V 
Rollerball (2002)
Shadows and Fog 
The Spy Who Loved Me
The Switch 
Terms of Endearment 
Tomorrow Never Dies 
Top Secret! 
Up in the Air 
Urban Cowboy 
A View to Kill
The World is Not Enough
You Only Live Twice 

Nov. 5
The Night Manager (Season 1)
Nov. 7
The Haunting in Connecticut 
A Monster with a Thousand Heads 
Steve McQueen: The Man & Le Mans 

Nov. 9
Flesh and Bone (Season 1) 
Nov. 11
Red Oaks (Season 2)
Nov. 12
Green Room

One of this year's best movies, Green Room centers around a punk band (led by the late Anton Yelchin) trapped in a venue and forced to fend off neo-Nazis (led by Patrick Stewart) after witnessing a murder. After capturing punk better than almost any other movie, director Jeremy Saulnier depicts the standoff with nerve-shredding intensity and flesh-shredding violence.
Nov. 14
Almost Holy 
Nov. 15
The Royals (Season 2)
Nov. 17
Miss You Already 
Patton Oswalt: Comedy Plus Tragedy Equals Time

Nov. 18
Grantchester (Season 2)
Nov. 19
It may have seemed like a bad idea: a spin-off Rocky film about Apollo Creed's son? And yet Creed not only worked, but is arguably the best of the series, thanks to Ryan Coogler's assured direction, Maryse Alberti's potent cinematography and Michael B. Jordan, Tessa Thompson and Oscar-nominated Sylvester Stallones's strong performances.

[Last modified: Wednesday, October 19, 2016 12:41pm]


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