List Of 6 Best Summer Movies On Amazon Prime To Stream Right Now

The Award-winning movie is about Nemo (Gould), an adorable clownfish living with his protective dad Marlin (Brooks), within the Great Barrier Reef. A few days ago, Nemo got a bit close to the ocean. He gets caught in the deep sea by divers and transferred to a dental office’s aquarium for fish in Sydney.

It’s now the responsibility of Marlin, with the assistance of a defiant blue-tang Dory (DeGeneres) to navigate treacherous waters and save his son before he turns into the new pet.

Review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes gave it a 90% score based on 263 reviews. It’s also a huge hit in the box office world, making an estimated $940.3 million globally.

It won the Academy Award for Best Animated Film in 2004.

“The comedy that is a part of Finding Nemo is so fresh, confident, clear of its own uniqueness, and without the sweet, saccharine sexiness that pervades the majority of family comedy that you must be wondering what is it about Pixar technology that spurs the creators to be ingenious.” Stephen Holden, The New York Times.

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1. Moana

Director: John Musker, Ron Clements

Year: 2016

Starring: Auli’i Cravalho, Dwayne Johnson, Rachel House

Moana (Cravalho) has a determined teenager caught in a battle between her obligations as the chief’s daughter and the call of the ocean. In a flash, she was pushed into the most important task of her life after a plague ravaged the tiny Polynesian island.

In her quest to help the island escape the disease, she meets the God of Heaven, Maui (Johnson), who is the key to determining the reason for the blight. Together, they begin the mission to rescue the Island and find themselves along the way

2. The Parent Trap

Director: Nancy Meyers

Year: 1998

Starring: Dennis Quaid, Lindsay Lohan, Natasha Richardson

The delightful movie from 1998 is an adaptation of the 1961 classic with the same title and is among the most famous summer camp films ever. The film tells the tale of identical twins Hallie and Annie (Lohan) who separated early after their parents divorced.

Eleven years after, the twins cross paths at camp. After discovering the truth about an unintentional prank war, the twins agree to swap locations after the camp and meet their parents they’ve never had the pleasure of meeting.

A series of mishaps and mishaps are part of their mission to inspire their parents to be back together and reunite the family once again.

The film made $11,148,497 on the opening weekend and finished its run with $92,108,518 worldwide.

“An entertaining, family-oriented, romantic comedy that will please people who enjoyed the original film as well as those who are who aren’t familiar with the 1951 Hayley Mills movie.” — Jean Oppenheimer, Dallas Observer.

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3. The Sandlot

Director: David Mickey Evans

Year: 1993

Starring: Tom Guiry, Mike Vitar, Art LaFleur

It’s the summer of 1962. Scotty Smalls (Guiry) recently relocated from the city of San Fernando Valley and is looking for a way to be accepted into the San Fernando Valley. All he wanted to do to be accepted was learn how to play baseball..

The baseball coach in the neighborhood, Rodriguez (Vitar), takes Smalls to his side and within a short time, he is on one of their local teams. When things started to improve, Smalls knocked a particularly specific ball out of the sandpit and into the hands of the famous security animal “The Beast.”

The film has been dubbed as the ultimate summer movie. If you’ve seen it, you’ll comprehend the reason.

There was a scene in the film when Rodriguez hit an in-line drive straight at the pitcher’s mound. I ducked and put up my mitt. Eventually, I realized that I didn’t have a mitt. I then realized how much this film enticed me with the images of what matters when you’re twelve. – Roger Ebert,

4. Wonder Woman

Director: Patty Jenkins

Year: 2017

Starring: Gal Gadot, Chis Pine, Connie Nielsen

Diana Prince (Gadot) is a fictional Amazon princess living on an island that women warriors only inhabit. When she was a kid, she always aspired to be a warrior, just like her mother, Queen (Nielsen).

With the help of her aunt, played in the film by Robin Wright, she secretly is trained for years, gaining the experience to become a perfect warrior. She eventually realizes that she has superhuman abilities. Her perfect life is interrupted when a plane pilot (Pine) crashes on her island.

Review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes gave it a 93% satisfaction rating based on 427 reviews. The film grossed more than $821 million worldwide and was the 10th highest-grossing movie of 2017.

It also helped the DC Extended Universe to push past $3 billion at the worldwide box office, making it the fourteenth-highest-grossing film franchise of all time.

The final action sequence, as appears to be the scenario, is a messy and over-the-top CGI spectacle. The film that precedes it has real, likable characters and even recognizable human emotions. – Christopher Orr, The Atlantic.

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5. Monte Carlo

Director: Thomas Bezucha

Year: 2011

Starring: Selena Gomez, Leighton Meester, Katie Cassidy

Grace (Gomez), along with her strict Step-sister Meg (Meester) as well as their best-friend Emma (Cassidy) have quit their waitress positions in a tiny Texan town and planned an excursion to Paris, looking forward to the adventure of their desires but only to see the dream come to an end on the same day. After a quick break in an elegant hotel lobby, Grace is mistaken for a British Heiress, and they have whisked away into Monte Carlo.

This film about summer adventures is great to watch with older children or teens.


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The actresses look attractive, the setting is attractive (Budapest doubles as Monte Carlo), and the costumes are perfect for a triple-Cinderella fairytale. This isn’t art, but it’s fun. – Carrie Rickey, Philadelphia Inquirer

6. Mamma Mia!

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Director: Phyllida Lloyd

Year: 2008

Starring: Meryl Streep, Amanda Seyfried, Pierce Brosnan

Donna (Streep) is the owner of a tiny hotel on an isolated Greek island and is preparing for her daughter’s wedding with two of her closest friends. While she is at it their child Sophie (Seyfried) has been in the process of forming plans to invite three males from her past to see if her father is among the three and that he’ll be able to lead her down the aisle on her wedding day.

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Children will love the vibrant visuals, and the adults will love singing to ABBA music, which acts as the film’s background.


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