Amazon Prime Video September 2020

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Here are the top 10 movies on Amazon Prime Video right now, September 2020. If you see a movie you want to check out, click here for a free trial to Amazon Prime Video.

This list is sorted by audience and critic reviews and scores. Here it is!

10. Ghost in the Shell


A cyborg agent hunts down “The Puppet Master” who can hack the minds of human-cyborg hybrids.


  • Director: Mamoru Oshii
  • Writers: Shirow Masamune and Kazunori Ito
  • Atsuko Tanaka and Iemasa Kayumi


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Ghost in the Shell (Unreviewed)

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9. How to Train Your Dragon


A boy named Hiccup tries to fit in with his dragon-killing Viking friends, until he befriends a rare Nightfury dragon.


  • Directors: Dean Deblois and Chris Sanders
  • Writers: Dean DeBlois and William Davies
  • Actors: Jay Baruchel and Gerard Butler


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How to Train Your Dragon (A-)

Dreamworks has created a very fun and magical universe with a Dragons vs Vikings theme. The side characters are fun and offer a lot of the funny factor, while the main characters offer a lot of the heart and emotion factor. Great movie for kids and adults and Dreamworks’ best.


New Amazon Prime Video September 2020

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8. Hotel Rwanda


When the central African country Rwanda erupts into a genocide, many of the Tutsi minority seek shelter in Paul Rusesabagina’s hotel.

  • Rated PG-13 for language and violence
  • 2 hours 1 minute


  • Director: Terry George
  • Writers: Keir Pearson and Terry George
  • Actors: Don Cheadle and Joaquin Phoenix


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Hotel Rwanda (unreviewed)

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7. To Kill a Mockingbird


In an extremely racist town, Atticus Finch must defend a wrongly accused black man of rape.

  • Not Rated, but has strong language
  • 2 hours 9 minutes


  • Director: Robert Mulligan
  • Writers: Harper Lee, Horton Foote
  • Actors: Gregory Peck, John Megna and Frank Overton


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To Kill a Mockingbird (A)

Based on the novel of the same name by Harper Lee, we follow young Scout in a lighthearted story that brings thought to many issues we still face on a daily basis. I would strongly say this movie is a must see and an educational experience. Gregory Peck’s performance as Atticus is adored by Harper Lee herself, and I can’t imagine a better person to portray the important character and his fight against racism.

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6. Warrior


Two brothers separate at a young age. One stays with his drunk abusive father, the other leaves with his sick mother. One becomes a school teacher, the other a Marine. They reunite competing in a high stakes MMA tournament.

  • Rated PG-13 for language
  • 2 hours and 20 minutes


  • Directors: Gavin O’Connor
  • Writers: Gavin O’Connor and Anthony Tambakis
  • Actors: Joel Edgerton, Tom Hardy and Nick Nolte


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Warrior (A+)

This is a top 10 of all time favorite for me. GOAT status. I don’t even like MMA, but I loved this movie. It hits on such an emotional level that by the end, you may cry your eye-balls out. This has just incredible acting, you can feel the rage portrayed by Tom Hardy, the desperation by Joel Edgerton, and the remorse from Nick Nolte. The story has incredibly high stakes and motives that just clash so brilliantly. You have to watch this!

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5. For a Few Dollars More


Two rival bounty hunters team up to take down an outlaw.

  • Rated R for violence
  • 2 hours 12 minutes


  • Director: Sergio Leone
  • Writers: Sergio Leone and Fulvio Morsella
  • Actors: Clint Eastwood and Lee Van Cleef


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For a Few Dollars More (B+)

A classic spaghetti western and second piece to the Man with No Name Trilogy, Clint Eastwood brings the wild west to life with over the top shoot outs and chaotic situations. Although the plot may be a little weak, the entertainment aspects hit the spot and leave you satisfied with another of Sergio’s Leone’s western adventures.

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4. The Usual Suspects


An incident on a boat with 27 dead and 2 survivors all seems to have begun when 5 criminals are pulled together during a random police lineup.

  • Rated R for language and violence
  • 1 hour 46 minutes


  • Director: Bryan Singer
  • Writer: Christopher McQuarrie
  • Actors: Kevin Spacey and Benicio Del Toro


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The Usual Suspects (B-)

I thought this was a neat “whodunit” but, after seeing all of the great reviews, I might be alone in not liking any of the characters. Also, I hate narration throughout a film. The film was either too complicated to just show it on screen, or it relied too heavily on one character’s point of view.

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3. The Silence of the Lambs


A young FBI agent needs the help of the locked-up Hannibal the Cannibal to catch a criminal who skins his victims.

  • Rated R for violence, language and brief nudity
  • 1 hour 58 minutes


  • Director: Jonathan Demme
  • Writer Ted Tally and Thomas Harris
  • Actors: Anthony Hopkins and Jodie Foster


CineMule Review

The Silence of the Lambs (B)

It’s unfortunate that I’ve seen classic films AFTER all of today’s films. Though, it is fun seeing horror film’s roots, it feels cliched because so many films have borrowed from it. This isn’t the film’s fault, it’s just the order in which I watched the movies.

This is still a creepy movie, and Anthony Hopkins still gets a great spotlight, even though he may not be the main villain.

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2. It’s a Wonderful Life


An angel shows a man what life would be like for those around him if he never existed.

  • Rated PG
  • 2 hours 10 minutes


  • Director: Frank Capra
  • Writers: Albert Hackett and Frances Goodrich
  • Actors: James Stewart and Donna Reed

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It’s a Wonderful Life (A)

One of James Stewart’s best known movies that fits the definition of a movie classic. You follow the life struggles of George Bailey as he continuously chooses to help others over taking the luxuries of life for himself. A feel good movie of family and community, It’s a Wonderful Life has been a must see for generations and still brings a powerful message of admiring life.

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1. Inception


Cobb (DiCaprio) tries to pull off one last job to get back home to see his children. This last job consists of implanting an idea into a business tycoon’s mind by entering several layers of dreams into his, and Cobb’s, deepest level of subconscious.

  • Rated PG-13 for language and violence
  • 2 hours 28 minutes


  • Director: Christopher Nolan
  • Writer: Christopher Nolan
  • Actors: Leonardo DiCaprio, Tom Hardy, Cillian Murphy, Ellen Page, Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Marion Cotillard


The Script, the Totem, the Poster

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Inception (A)

Christopher Nolan really set the bar high here, and this might be his best film to date. This movie is extremely imaginative and engaging and will have you animatedly talking about it right after the final scene.

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There it is! The top 10 movies on Prime Video for September 2020. Again, click here to get a free trial to Prime Video. Also, throw your own opinion in the comments below!

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Ahead of the 2020 presidential election, Amazon is debuting All In: The Fight for Democracy, an original film that looks at voter suppression in the United States. Using Stacey Abrams‘ contested and controversial 2018 gubernatorial race in Georgia as a starting point, the documentary takes an in-depth look at both the long history of and the current activism addressing how laws and local barriers are used to block Americans’ right to vote.

Award-winning films, both old and new, are part of the many offerings joining Amazon this month. Last year’s critically acclaimed Judy, which netted Renée Zellweger the Best Actress Academy Award for the titular role, will be available for streaming on Sept. 25, while 1979 Best Picture winner, Kramer vs. Kramer, which stars Dustin Hoffman and Meryl Streep as a couple going through a difficult divorce, will join the platform on Sept. 1.

Those looking for thrills can find them with the new release, Antebellum, which will be available to purchase or rent on Sept. 18. The suspenseful horror flick stars Janelle Monáe as a successful writer trapped in a terrifying reality where she has to confront the past, present, and future to save herself.

Here are all the series and movies available on Amazon Prime Video this month.

Here are the new Amazon Prime Video originals in September 2020

Available August 28

Get Duked!

Available August 31

All or Nothing: Tottenham Hotspur

Available September 4

Dino Dana The Movie

Available September 18


All In: The Fight for Democracy

Available September 25


Here are the movies streaming on Amazon Prime Video in September2020

Available September 1


1 Million Happy Nows

A Birder’s Guide To Everything

Abe & Phil’s Last Poker Game

Addicted To Fresno

Alex Cross

American Dragons

Bachelor Lions

Barney Thomson

Beach Party


Big Time

Bitter Melon




Casino Royale

Close Encounters Of The Third Kind

Dark Matter


Defense Of The Realm

Die, Monster, Die!

Don’t Talk To Irene

Dr. Goldfoot And The Bikini Machine

Eaten By Lions

Employee Of The Month

Enemy Within

Extreme Justice

Face 2 Face


I’d Like To Be Alone Now

I’m Not Here

Kart Racer

Kramer Vs. Kramer

Lakeview Terrace

Lord Love A Duck

Man Of La Mancha

Microbe And Gasoline

Miss Nobody

Muscle Beach Party

Music Within

No Way To Live

Patriots Day


Sex And The City: The Movie

Sex And The City 2


Slow Burn


Sunlight Jr.

The Bank Job

The Billion Dollar Hobo


The Birdcage

The Dunning Man

The Festival

The Go-Getters

The Graduate

The Hanoi Hilton

The Haunted Palace

The House On Carroll Street

The Last House On The Left

The Mechanic

The Ring Thing

The Video Dead

The Visitors

The Weight Of Water

The White Bus

The Woods

The Yes Men

To Keep The Light

The Turkey Bowl

Twice-Told Tales

Tyler Perry’s Daddy’s Little Girls

Warrior Road

Weather Girl

What Children Do

What If It Works?

Whoever Slew Auntie Roo?

Yongary: Monster From The Deep


Available September 2

Hell On The Border

Available September 16


Available September 18

Gemini Man

Available September 22

The Addams Family

Available September 25



Available September 28

Force of Nature

Inherit The Viper

Available September 29

Trauma Center


Here are the TV shows streaming on Amazon Prime Video in September 2020

Available September 1

Leaving Amazon Prime Video September 2020

A Chef’s Life, Season 1

Cedar Cove, Season 1

Codename: Kids Next Door, Season 1

George Gently, Season 1

Hero Elementary, Season 1

How to Become a SuperStar Student, 2nd Edition, Season 1

I’m Dying Up Here, Season 1

Keeping Faith, Season 1

Last Hope with Troy Dunn, Season 1

Nazi Mega Weapons, Season 1

Stuck With You, Season 1

Texas Metal, Season 1

The Blood Pact, Season 1

The Bureau, Season 1

The Celtic World, Season 1

The Crimson Field, Season 1

The Jack Benny Show, Season 1

The Roy Rogers TV Show, Season 1

Wrong Man, Season 1

Available September 4

The Boys, Season 2

Here are the new movies available for rent or purchase on Amazon Prime Video in September 2020

Available September 4

Guest House

Available September 15

Cats & Dogs 3: Paws Unite!

Available September 18


Red Shoes and the Seven Dwarfs