Prime Video’s catalog of fantasy films is sparse, but there are gems in there . Whether you’re looking for a brand new release or a classic from the vault, there’s something everyone.
Check out some of the best fantasy movies below!
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This is one of those titles that really does what it says on the tin. Is there love? Yep. Are there monsters? You betcha. Love and Monsters was an underrated release that showcases Dylan O’Brien as a young man trying to reconnect with his high school girlfriend… after the end of the world, with a bunch of monsters between them.
Groundhog Day is one of the most legendary comedies ever made and features — depending on who you ask — maybe Bill Murray’s best performance ever.
But it’s the high concept the film is truly famous for. Trapped in Groundhog Day, Bill Murray’s character is forced to live the same day, over and over again.
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Starring Camila Cabello (and yes, James Corden as a giant rat), this Cinderella adaptation is a jukebox musical that is surprisingly enjoyable once you get past how in-your-face it is. It’s a light-hearted time with a feisty Cinderella calling the shots.
Adapted from Oscar Wilde’s classic novel The Picture of Dorian Gray, this 2009 film tells the story of Dorian Gray (Ben Barnes) and the portrait he keeps hidden away, which becomes older and more tainted while he lives on in eternal youth. The film also stars Colin Firth as Lord Henry Wotton.
This Italian live-action Pinocchio is one that will stick with you long after you watch it. Starring Federico Ielapi as Pinocchio and Roberto Benigni as Geppetto, the film follows the story of young puppet boy Pinocchio and his quest to become a real boy. It gets dark at times, but it works.
There can be only one… top spot on this list, that is. A classic fantasy adventure starring Christopher Lambert and Sean Connery, Highlander tells the story of an immortal warrior destined to fight other immortals in a secret, centuries-old war. It’s one of those movies that has gained cult classic status — it might not be the best, but it’s worth it just to hear Lambert’s undefinable accent.