New on Amazon Prime UK July 2021 Releases

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Make sure you don't miss what's new on Amazon Prime UK for July 2021. For July this year, Amazon Prime Video is banking on a Hollywood blockbuster exclusive and some exclusive streaming mainstays coming back to the service. Bookmark this page to stay current on what's new on Amazon Prime in terms of exclusive or new releases as well as older film classics making a welcome return.


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New on Amazon Prime UK July 2021 Recent Releases

If you're in the mood for new blockbuster action or want to catch up on new series, here is what's new on Amazon Prime Video this month. Don't forget to also check out our streaming and broadband pages to expand your film and series selection.

Bosch (Series 7 - Final Episodes)

Our favourite surly Los Angeles detective finally takes a bow with the final series of Bosch. This Amazon Prime exclusive stands out as one of the highlights of the streaming service. Titus Welliver takes on the role of Harry Bosch in this screen adaptation of the hard-nosed detective from the celebrated police procedural novels of Michael Connelly that redeems the City of Angels in his search for truth. Once more, Bosch is pitted against powerful forces that would rather keep things quiet but his quick-thinking, ruthlessness and moral compass set him on the right track.

The Tomorrow War (2021)

This sci-fi action blockbuster starring Chris Pratt (Jurassic World, Guardians of the Galaxy) lands on Amazon Prime Video this month. Chris Pratt plays the protagonist who time travels decades into the future to counter an unsurmountable alien invasion. If you are looking for all-hands-on-deck big-screen action, then The Tomorrow War will be right up your alley. While somewhat light on the brainy stuff, this film more than makes up for it with its CGI action brawn. While the film can be thought of as a threadbare metaphor for the challenges that humanity faces with climate change and COVID, it is best viewed at face value as an escapist slice of Hollywood magic.

The Weight of Gold (2020)

This documentary, produced by HBO, takes a closer look at the psychological toll that high-level athletes endure as they perform at the top of their sport in international tournaments and competitions. The Weight of Gold interviews current and former Olympic athletes to understand what goes through the mind of an athlete at the top of their game. The documentary is produced and narrated by celebrated American swimmer Michael Phelps.

L.A.'s Finest (Series 2)

Another police series graces our screens thanks to Amazon Prime Video. Gabrielle Union and Jessica Alba helm this series as contrasting LAPD detectives. The two main characters contrast each other as Gabrielle Union's character leads a less encumbered life while Jessica Alba's character is a working mum, juggling her personal and professional responsibilities. However, they have to put their differences aside once more to tackle a crime wave spreading through LA.

Making the Cut (Series 2)

The luxe fashion reality TV show, starring supermodel Heidi Klum and reality TV fixture Tim Gunn, makes a much-expected comeback as ambitious aspiring designers are pitted against each other and their work savagely critiqued by a veritable who's who of the catwalks past and present, including resident judges Jeremy Scott (of Moschino fame) and model Winnie Harlow. Get fancy and get hyped as the most cutting edge threads on TV sashay past your eyes with Making the Cut.

Horizon Line (2020)

A nerve-wracking tale of two people who are at odds with each other who still have to work together to survive after the pilot of their private plane dies of a heart attack. Starring Alexander Deymon (The Last Kingdom) and Allison Williams (Get Out, Girls), Horizon Line is the perfect movie to reflect on themes of shared humanity and capacity for survival.

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New on Amazon Prime UK July 2021 Older Releases

If you're in the mood for a blast from the past or want to catch up on films you might have missed, here is what's new on Amazon Prime Video in terms of older releases. Don't forget to also check out our guide to free streaming trials to expand your film and series selection.

La La Land (2016)

This musical romantic drama is full of charisma and nostalgia. Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling star in a bittersweet tale of love and pursuing your dreams. Clearly Los Angeles is a recurring theme on Amazon Prime Video in July since the film is also a swan song to the west coast city and its cultural heritage. This film is full of charm, delicate music and endearing dance numbers. If you are looking for a classy and understated love letter to the Hollywood musicals of yesteryear with tons of star power to boot, then La La Land will enchant you.

Indiana Jones (All films)

We never thought this day would come, all four Indiana Jones films are coming to Amazon Prime Video in July. That even includes the controversial fourth entry: Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. However you feel about Shia Laboeuf and the tonal differences in the fourth film, you will still have Raiders of the Lost Ark, Temple of Doom and the Last Crusade to thoroughly enjoy.

Clueless (1995)

A proper blast from the past, specifically the 90s, comes to Amazon Prime Video this month in the shape of Clueless. Alicia Silverstone, Paul Rudd and Brittany Murphy star in this quintessential teen-driven romance. Come for the 90s fashion and lingo and stay for the vibrant performances, on-point humour and feel-good plot.

My Big Fat Greek Wedding (2002)

Another larger than life romantic comedy, this time from the turn of millenium. If you're reading this, you know the score with My Big Fat Greek Wedding. Romance, with a capital R, and cross-cultural family drama is the name of the game here.

Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets (2017)

Celebrated French director Luc Besson took on the challenge of adapting an ambitious French graphic novel to the big screen. While this isn't a perfect film, by any stretch, if you like large-scale fantastical sci-fi with a unique look then Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets is worth watching

New on Amazon Prime UK July 2021 Remaining Releases

These are all the other releases coming to Amazon Prime Video this month that we didn't get a chance to cover.

  1. Open Range (2003)
  2. Guns Akimbo (2019) starring Daniel Radcliffe
  3. The Mauritanian (2021) starring Benedict Cumberbatch
  4. Luxe Listings Sydney (2021)
  5. Welcome Home, Roscoe Jenkins
  6. Station 19: Series 1 to 3
  7. The Condemned
  8. Annabelle Comes Home
  9. Duplicity
  10. The Next Three Days
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