3 underrated action movies on Amazon Freevee you should watch in February – Digital Trends

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Now that there are ads on Prime Video, watching films on that platform is essentially the same experience as watching them on Amazon Freevee. The key difference is that Freevee lets movie lovers enjoy films without subscribing to Amazon Prime. And these days, it’s rare for a major streamer to have any kind of option for people who don’t want to spend any money.
Free movies are always welcome, if the titles are actually good. Freevee may have wide selection, but the vast majority of its action titles are of the direct-to-DVD variety. We had to really dig deep into the Freevee library to find the three underrated action movies on Amazon Freevee that you should watch in February. And if you don’t mind watching a few commercials, you can easily get your action fix for the month.
Deadpool‘s Ryan Reynolds stars in The Hitman’s Bodyguard as Michael Bryce, a bodyguard for the rich and powerful. Or at least he was, until a hitman named Darius Kincaid (Samuel L. Jackson) murdered Bryce’s client right in front of him and destroyed his reputation. Years later, their paths unexpectedly cross again when Kincaid accepts a deal to expose Belarus President Vladislav Dukhovich (Gary Oldman) for his war crimes.
When Interpol agent Amelia Roussel (Élodie Yung) realizes that she can’t protect Kincaid’s life by herself, she gives her ex-boyfriend, Bryce, a chance to redeem himself by discretely escorting Kincaid. But when Bryce discovers that Kincaid is the man who ruined his life, he’s less than willing to protect him as assassins close in on both of them.
Watch The Hitman’s Bodyguard on Freevee.
If you can’t tell the difference between White House Down and Olympus Has Fallen, then we don’t blame you. Both movies essentially have the same plot, but Olympus Has Fallen actually got two sequels. Channing Tatum headlines this one-off movie as John Cale, a veteran-turned-Capitol policeman who wants to join the Secret Service and also impress his daughter, Emily (Joey King), during a visit to the White House.
When Emil Stenz (Jason Clarke) leads an attack on the White House that leaves President James Sawyer (Jamie Foxx) vulnerable, Cale takes the initiative to save the president’s life. Now, Cale just needs to find his daughter, protect Sawyer, and unravel the conspiracy behind the attack before America is thrust into another war.
Watch White House Down on Freevee.
What do you get when a former James Bond teams up with a former Bond girl? It’s The November Man, which stars four-time 007 star Pierce Brosnan and Quantum of Solace‘s Olga Kurylenko. Brosnan portrays Peter Devereaux, a former CIA operative who retired after a disastrous mission with rookie agent David Mason (Luke Bracey).
Devereaux is brought back into the world of espionage by his old boss, John Hanley (Bill Smitrovich), in order to protect and extract Natalia Ulanova (Mediha Musliović), the wife of the new Russian leader, General Arkady Fedorov (Lazar Ristovski), who wants to expose her husband’s war crimes. When Ulanova is murdered, only Alice Fournier (Kurylenko) has the proof that Devereaux needs. And to get Alice out safely, Devereaux will have to go through the CIA and Mason.
Watch The November Man on Freevee.
This week, Henry Cavill — bad haircut and all — is back in theaters with Argylle, the new spy action comedy in which he plays the title character…who may or may not actually exist. This is Cavill’s first major theatrical film role since his cameo in Black Adam, which ended up being his last appearance as Superman.
Outside of the DCEU movies, Cavill is probably best known for his part in Mission: Impossible – Fallout, a truly great action movie that can’t be called underrated with a straight face. But when going over Cavill’s previous films to find his best underrated movies, we couldn’t help but notice that the vast majority of his early flicks are truly awful. Everyone has to start somewhere, but you’re better off sticking with our picks for the three underrated Henry Cavill movies you should watch. The alternatives were suspect at best.
The Man from U.N.C.L.E. (2015)
Unless a hot new movie was just released in theaters or via streaming, the biggest question for movie night is often what to watch. One person might be in the mood for a particular type of movie, while someone else wants another genre. It’s either compromise or roll the dice and pick something neither person has chosen but is worth the surprise.
You could scroll through the menu of movies on a streaming service with your eyes closed and watch wherever it lands when you say “stop.” Or you could take our advice and consider these three underrated movies on Prime Video.
The Underdoggs (2024)
The Underdoggs – Official Trailer | Prime Video
It’s the month of the groundhog, Valentine’s Day, and a time when you feel, justifiably or not, that winter is nearing its end and spring is almost here. It’s also the time to check out great new shows while you cozy up at home and hibernate until the flowers bloom.
If you’re looking for good options, Amazon Prime Video has you covered. Along with all the best shows on Amazon Prime Video, there are also underrated shows you need to watch in February that don’t get the same hype (or that you might not even realize are available to stream there). These shows were all released over the last decade, and one requires an add-on subscription to watch beyond the pilot episode.
Kevin Can F**k Himself (2021)
KEVIN CAN F**K HIMSELF Official Trailer | AMC & AMC+
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