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This spectacular film with Brendan Fraser was nominated for an Oscar and is now available on Prime Video



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Are you looking for a great classic to watch? We have the perfect film for you! Prime Video has just added this popular film with Brendan Fraser to its catalog.

The new year brought changes to Prime Video plans, thinking of all subscribers and, above all, those who are thinking about subscribing. In this sense, Amazon introduced adverts between films and series, which allowed the creation of a cheap and competitive plan for consumers to the market (€4.99 per month). This new and quite economical plan allows you to have three devices connected simultaneously to the same account.

However, original contents such as “The Boys“, “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” or “Fleabag” they are not available. Still it is a Great option for those looking for a quality streaming platform at an affordable price.

Prime Video has stood out for its incredible catalog where we can find some one of the best series today – “Gen V”, “The Wheel of Time”, “The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power”, “The Boys“, “Mr & Mrs Smith“, “Jack Ryan“, “Reacher“, “Fleabag“, “The Continental: The World of John Wick“, among others.

If you prefer films, Prime Video has also enriched its catalog with the best construction of recent years. This spectacular film with Brendan Fraser is now available on Prime Video (a timeless classic).


Rachel Weisz in The Mummy (1999) (1)
Co-star Rachel Weisz in “The Mummy” (1999) |©Universal Pictures

“An archaeologist wants to discover a lost city. She knows Ricka soldier who knows how to location. But, upon arriving in the city, they awaken the fury of the mummy”, can be read in the official synopsis. “The Mummy”, from 1999, delighted millions of fans and became a much loved film. Starring Brendan Fraser (who won the Oscar for Best Leading Actor in “The whale“) and by Rachel Weiszthis film was nominated for an Oscar for Best Sound. Now available on Prime Video, now you have the ideal opportunity to revisit this classic.

Likewise, it is worth remembering that in recent months Prime Video has added several masterpieces to its catalog, such as “Mississippi on Fire”, “Midnight in Paris”, “Millennium – Men Who Hate Women”, “Annie Hall”, “Raging Bull” “Bram Stoker’s Dracula”, “Talk to me“, “Jurassic Park”, “Lawless Bastards”, “Oblivion“, “Infiltrator”, “Darkest Hour” It is “Ex Machina“.


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