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Prime Video just added brilliant comedy that will make you cry happy and sad tears

Prime Video just added brilliant comedy that will make you cry happy and sad tears

Get ready to ride a whole rollercoaster of emotions with this movie.

With the weekend stretching out ahead of us, you might be thinking about what to watch.

Luckily, Amazon Prime Video has come to the rescue - it's added a new movie you'll definitely want to add to your list.

Inspired by a true story, 50/50 originally came out in 2011 and is now freshly on Prime.

And full warning: this is the kind of film that will have you feeling all the feels, so make sure you've got a tissue box at the ready.

It stars Joseph Gordon-Levitt as Adam, a 27-year-old who gets diagnosed with cancer. He navigates it all with his best friend, Kyle (played by Seth Rogen), who doesn't always get it right, his overbearing mother (Anjelica Huston) - and a new therapist who comes into his life, played by Anna Kendrick.

The subject matter is certainly dark, but 50/50 has its light moments, as well as plenty of black comedy.

It's an acting masterclass from a star-studded cast, and feels incredibly authentic - that's probably because it was written by screenwriter Will Reiser, who based the script off his own experiences with cancer.

While everyone around Adam doesn't quite seem to know how to deal with his cancer, he finds connection with people going through the same thing - including one particularly funny seen where he eats weed-laced biscuits with another patient undergoing chemo.

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If you don't trust us enough, the numbers don't lie - 50/50 has 93% on Rotten Tomatoes.

It's an older film added to Prime - but there are plenty of brand new movies worth watching, too.

If you've somehow managed to miss the extreme amount of hype around Saltburn - the black psychological thriller starring Jacob Elordi and Barry Keoghan - now's your time to finally see what all the chat is about.

Elsewhere on Prime, John Cena's new action film, Freelance, has just been added, as well as the sci-fi flick Foe (starring Saoirse Ronan and Paul Mescal) and thriller The Marsh King's Daughter - a movie that sees Daisy Ridley confront her past in a bid to save her daughter.

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