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Amazon Prime streaming service is releasing a plethora of films in February including some critically-acclaimed documentaries like Robert Reich's Inequality for All about the United States income gap, classics like the original 1989 Batman and some indie gems from Sundance Film Festival 2016 like Love & Friendship starring Kate Beckinsale and Chloe Sevigny. What's more, Prime isn't infiltrating us with cheesy romance films in spite of the infamous Valentine's Day month.

Prime will start exclusively streaming praised Amy Winehouse documentary Amy Feb. 1 and also stream director Spike Lee's highly-anticipated drama Chi-Raq that seeks to expose the violence of Chicago's South Side.

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Source: Slaven Vlasic/Getty Images
Source: Slaven Vlasic/Getty Images

Here are all the feature-length films coming to Amazon Prime in February:

Feb. 1

A Better Life 

Amy (exclusive to Prime)

Batman (1989)

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Deliver Us from Evil (2014)

How To Steal A Million 

Kings of Summer 

Like Sunday, Like Rain 

Lost in Translation 

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Men In Black (1997)

Night Watch (2004) 

Nintendo Quest 

The Fifth Element (1997) 

The Fury 

The Karate Kid (1984) 

The Truth About Emanuel 

To Be Or Not To Be (1983)

Twelve O'Clock High 

Waking Ned Devine

Feb. 2


Myanmar: Bridges to Change

The Identity Theft Of Mitch Mustain

Feb. 4

Talladega Nights: The Ballad Of Ricky Bobby

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Feb. 5


Fire City: End of Days

Ouija Exorcism

Feb. 15

Solomon Kane

Feb. 21

Love & Friendship

Feb. 24

Digging for Fire

Feb. 29 

Inequality for All

Source: YouTube