New on Amazon Prime Video include “Thirteen Lives,” “Kaduva,” “D Block,” and more.
What’s new on Amazon Prime Video?
Crash Course (5 August)
In Crash Course, eight students who are studying for competitive exams have their lives changed as a result of the rivalry between two coaching facilities. It shows various sides of friendship, love, heartbreak, competition, and peer pressure as the kids work to accomplish their objectives. Young actors Mohit Solanki, Hridhu Haroon, Anushka Kaushik, Bhavesh Balchandani, Aryan Singh, Hetal Gada, Anvesha Vij, and Riddhi Kumar are featured in the show alongside more seasoned performers Annu Kapoor, Bhanu Uday, Udit Arora, Pranay Pachauri, and Bidita Bag.
All or Nothing: Arsenal (4 August)
The football season of 2021–2022 is documented in the sports documentary series. It covers everything significant for the Arsenal Football Club, from Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s surprising departure through the Gunners’ unsuccessful qualifying. It includes players from the group who are focused on returning to the Champions League, such as Mikel Arteta, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, and Folarin Balogun.
Thirteen Lives (5 August)
Viggo Mortensen, Colin Farrell, Joel Edgerton, and Tom Bateman all play significant roles in the survival thriller movie. The movie describes the remarkable rescue operation carried out in Thailand in 2018 after a teenage soccer team and their coach became trapped in the Tham Luang cave for 18 days as a result of unanticipatedly heavy rain.
Kaduva (4 August)
Shaji Kailas’ Malayalam action-thriller chronicles a young rubber planter Kaduva’s (Prithviraj Sukumaran) life in Kottayam who faces murder threats from goons under the orders of I.G. Joseph Chandy (Vivek Oberoi). Gathering courage, Kaduva decides to defeat them and goes against the police official. The film also features Samyuktha Menon and Vriddhi Vishal in pivotal roles.
Doblemente Embarazada 2 (5 August)
Mexican comedy-drama revolves around two single fathers who feel that their daughters are missing their mothers. To fill their daughters’ lives with happiness again, the two plot a secret plan with their girlfriends and invite them on a vacation. The Spanish film features Matías Novoa, Gustavo Egelhaaf, Michelle Renaud, and Carmen Aub in prominent roles. The film is directed by Koko Stambuk and written by Diego Ayala.
Doom Patrol – I, II (4 August)
Doom Patrol – I, II reimagines one of DC’s most beloved groups of Super Heroes – Robotman aka Cliff Steele, Negative Man aka Larry Trainor, Elasti-Woman aka Rita Farr and Crazy Jane, led by modern-day mad scientist Niles Caulder aka The Chief – called to action by Cyborg, with a mission hard to refuse
The Boarding School (4 August)
A school for problem children is located next to an old monastery in an inaccessible and isolated spot between the mountains. When Manuel disappears in the woods at the hands of a mysterious man in a crow mask, Paul, Amaia and his other friends never stop looking for him. Their adventures lead to discovering that the old cult that inhabited the woods, the Crow’s Nest, is still committing crimes and Las Cumbres is more than just a school. They also discover that the Lodge of the Crow’s Nest isn’t the only threat lying in wait for them, that some wounds haven’t healed after all this time. The series stars Asia Ortega, Albert Salazar and Joel Bosqued.
D Block (Streaming Now)
Based on true events, this Tamil movie follows Arulnidhi whose interest in crime/psychological novels leads him to join a college set in the middle of the jungle. The frequent mysterious deaths near the girls’ hostel (D Block) also affect Arulnidhi. Unravelling the mysteries surrounding him forms the crux of the story. D Block features actors Arulnithi, Avantika Mishra and Vijay Kumar Rajendran in pivotal roles.
Lover (Streaming Now)
Lally is madly in love with his schoolmate Heer. Things take an interesting turn when Heer and Lally are separated from each other. Lover features popular actors Guri, Ronak Joshi and Yashpal Sharma in lead roles.