If you decide to try Amazon Prime, you could just try it for the video streaming. Here’s a year’s worth of my favourites. And it won’t even cost you any delivery as its streamable.
***Please note content changes and also that a lot of the superhero blockbusters won’t feature on Amazon or Netflix.***
The Walk – The happy Twin Towers story, when they were first built a daring young man attempts a tightrope walk across them.
Jumper – We have a super-teenager-hero who can jump instantly anywhere in the world. As he learns his powers Samuel L Jackson tries to contain him.
Want a lesson in law (not for the faint hearted)
- R Kelly documentary – historically recording his sexually inappropriate behaviour which was masked within his career
- Oscar Pistorius – how in court the panel were having to assess whether he was the super human he portrayed in the media or the vulnerable victim?
- Amanda Knox – how the truth is never found, two equally possible realities could solve the case…one of them is boring…one is a sexually motivated murder.
More upbeat: Pentatonix Tour, The Jonas Brothers Docu-Movie.
Pay to view: Supergirl the series staring Clarista Flockhart.
Viewed and written by Superkey @superkey_ on Instagram and @sophiecoopers on Twitter
In December, I encountered a warning on Amazon that claimed the browser extension Honey posed a security threat.
WIRED looked into it and it turns out that Amazon has its own browser extension that works in the same way.
Amazon – surprise, surprise – had no comment. https://t.co/zEutd7ZOeI
— Ryan Hutchins (@ryanhutchins) January 9, 2020