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What's new on Amazon Prime for July 2018

Amazon picks up the futuristic sci-fi romance movie, Zoe, starring Léa Seydoux and Ewan McGregor. Oh, and there are other titles, too. Amazon didn't just add one movie. That'd be silly.

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Don't let this picture fool you. Zoe is not the first movie dedicated to the competitive world of staring contests.

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Amazon is the exclusive streaming home of the movie Zoe in late July. Is this a big deal? Apparently it is, because the company emailed me about it several times. So, I looked into the trailers to see what it was all about. Zoe is set in the future, where researchers are trying to perfect romance. They can tell you how probable a successful relationship is in a percentage figure. Of course, there is a robot that shows up that could be the perfect match for anyone. What could go wrong? Seems like that Black Mirror episode, but it could be interesting.

Amazon also picked up the entire runs of NYPD Blue, Burn Notice, and Damages on the first of the month. At the end of July, you can catch the sixth and final season of The Americans. I hear the series finale of The Americans is something to behold.

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Check out the full list below:

Arriving on Amazon Prime, July 2018

July 1

July 8

  • Snowden (2016)

July 9

July 13

  • Comicstaan (Prime Original series), season 1, episodes 1-4
  • A Fly in the Champagne (2009)
  • Between Two Harbors (2015)
  • Innersection: Black (2013)
  • Innersection: Blue (2011)
  • Modern Collective (2009)
  • Ocean Driven (2015)
  • Surfing Presents: Du Ciel (2016)
  • Winter Out West (2018)

July 14

  • The Forgiven (2017)

July 16

  • Cook Off! (2007)
  • Wanderland (2018)

July 20

  • Max Steel (2016)
  • Zoe (Prime Video Exclusive) (2018)

July 24

  • Tumble Leaf (Prime Original series), season 4a
  • How to Talk to Girls at Parties (2017)

July 27

July 28

July 29

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