Amazon Launched Prime Video Cinema, watch in-theatre movies at home

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Due to COVID-19, the countries are locking down cities and shutting down stores, malls and cinema halls. Now, peoples are looking to watch new movies that were about to release in theatres. But, due to the COVID-19 outbreak, the cinema halls are closed, so not able to watch those movies.

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Here comes the Amazon Prime Video who launched a new service called Prime Video Cinema, which lets you rent or purchase movies sitting at home. This service lets you enjoy the in-theatre releases at your home comfort.

Prime Cinema Hub

At present, Onward, The Invisible Man, The Hunt are available in the Prime Video Cinema. Onward is available for purchase while the others are available for rental. The rental and purchases of these movies are priced at $19.99. The price seems to be higher for rentals while it’s still cheaper than going to a movie theatre.

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The best part about Prime Video Cinema is that it can be enjoyed at any device like your mobile phone, Laptop, PC, tablet and other streaming hardware like Apple TV and Roku.

Along with new releases, the Prime Video has a huge collection of movies and TV shows and get updated every other week. You can check it out here and get an updated list of movies that are available.

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4 thoughts on “Amazon Launched Prime Video Cinema, watch in-theatre movies at home

  1. “The price seems to be higher for rentals while it’s still cheaper than going to a movie theatre.”

    I can get a ticket, large popcorn, large drink and candy for like $12 at my small town theater so this sucks for me tbh

    1. But that assumes you’re going to the theater alone. You can have a family of 5 watching on the couch at home for $20.

    2. You mean the same small town theater that’s closed indefinitely and trying to sell you carry out jujubes? That one?

    3. In the “before time” (as in, before COVID-19) $12 would have bought $3/4 of one adult ticket, where I live.

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