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7 Must-Watch Flicks on Prime Video

7 Must-See Movies on Prime Video

Filipinos are one of the top consumers of various streaming platforms, ranking fourth globally. This helped make other streaming services popular, providing unparalleled entertainment for the modern Filipino family.

Prime Video is one of the top streaming services in the Philippines. From Hollywood movies to kilig K-dramas, Prime Video Philippines surely have all your entertainment needs in one platform.

If you’re looking for new titles to add to your watchlist, this article will give you the top suggestions today to prepare for your next binge-watch party!

7 Must-See Movies on Prime Video

The great thing about streaming platforms is that you get hundreds and thousands of hours of entertainment. From the Amazon Originals and latest releases to classic titles, you get the best of both worlds in the comfort of your home and personal devices.

Here are some of the best movies on Prime Video that will get you hooked.

1. Ten Little Mistresses (2023)

Starring: John Arcilla, Eugene Domingo, Agot Isidro, Carmi Martin, Pokwang, Kris Bernal, Sharlene San Pedro, and Arci Muñoz

The story revolves around a widowed billionaire and his ten mistresses fighting to become his legal wife. However, as Valentin dies mysteriously, the mistresses become prime suspects. John Arcilla plays the powerful character Valentin Esposo who has ten little mistresses.

2. Big Night! (2021)

Starring: Christian Bables, Gina Alajar, Nico Antonio, John Arcilla, Awra Briguela, Soliman Cruz, Ricky Davao, and Janice de Belen

Jun Lana’s Big Night! is a comedy-drama following Dharna (Bables), a commoner and beautician who suddenly finds his name on the local “watch list.” After learning that the list is usually a hitlist, Dharna looks for ways to clear his name and prove his law-abiding nature.

3. Triangle of Sadness (2022)

Starring: Harris Dickinson, Charlbi Dean, Dolly de Leon, Zlatko Buric, and Iris Berben

Model and influencer couple Carl (Dickinson) and Yaya (Dean) are invited to a luxury cruise with a wealthy group of people, dedicated crew members, and an unhinged boat captain. What seemed like a fun and Instagramable trip became a nightmare when the passengers got stranded on a desert island. As they fight for survival, social hierarchy slowly turns upside down, and conflict starts to brew.

4. The Ultimate Oppa (2022)

Starring: Bela Padilla, Kim Gun Woo, Jasper Cho, and Baek Soo Min

Yana (Padilla) isn’t looking to find a Filipino jowa. Instead, she looks to Moon Shi Woo (Cho), a charming Korean actor from her favorite K-dramas, as the man of her dreams. However, when Yana travels to South Korea to make her fangirl dreams come true, she develops feelings for Jae (Kim), Moon Shi Woo’s manager.

5. Somebody I Used To Know (2023)

Starring: Alison Brie, Jay Ellis, Kiersey Clemons, and Danny Pudi

This Amazon Original flick stars Ally (Brie), a workaholic TV producer, who reconnects with her ex-boyfriend, Sean (Ellis), during her visit to her hometown and starts questioning her current life situation. She finds herself questioning fate even more as she discovers Sean’s engagement with Cassidy (Clemons), who resembles the person Ally used to be.

6. Emergency Declaration (2022)

Starring: Song Kang-ho, Lee Byung-hun, and Jeon Do-yeon

Korean authorities discovered that a suspect in a terrorist threat boarded a flight from their country to the United States. In the plane, the situation intensified when a healthy passenger suddenly died, causing hysteria and panic among the other passengers. With fuel levels decreasing and no help from other countries, the captain and crew resort to exceptional emergency tactics to ensure everyone’s safety.

Poster of Tsunami: Facing the Global Threat, available on Amazon Prime

Source: Amazon

7. Tsunami: Facing The Global Threat (2019)

Director: Pascal Guerin

Tsunamis can wreak unimaginable havoc on coastal communities worldwide. Monstrous waves, triggered by underground energy buildup, can emerge from anywhere and unleash unparalleled destruction in just minutes. This documentary answers the questions. Can we adequately prepare for this worldwide peril and safeguard ourselves from its impact? Are we ready to face this challenge head-on?

How to Get a Prime Video Subscription with Globe

Prime Video is available in the Philippines, and you can easily get a subscription with Globe. Here’s how:


Enjoy one-time 14-day access to Prime Video for 0 points when you get your Prime Video Mobile Edition on Globe Rewards via the GlobeOne app.


Get a one-time 14-day access to Prime Video with Prime Video Mobile Edition when you text PVME to 8080.


Score access to Prime Video with your Globe Postpaid plan for only ₱149/month—text APV149 to 8080 to get started.


Enjoy access to Prime Video with your Globe Platinum plan for only ₱149/month—text APV149 to 8080 to get started.

Globe At Home Postpaid

Access Prime Video for three months with your GFiber Unli plans.

Globe At Home Prepaid

For ₱101, get a two-week subscription to Prime Video. Get it on GCash!

You can access Prime Video using any valid email account, given you haven’t used it for another Amazon account. Be sure to activate your Prime Video account within 20 days of receiving your activation link sent through text for a continued personal experience.

Although you can only access your Prime Video account on three devices simultaneously, you may also stream on TV. Prime Video supports Apple AirPlay and Google Chromecast

Never worry about FOMO! Catch all your favorite movies and latest releases on Prime Video and other entertainment subscriptions from Globe.

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