The 5 best time travel thrillers on Amazon Prime Video you shouldn’t miss

Thriller is the new fad. With the era of synchronized and precise subtitles, language is no barrier to pursuing the best of both worlds. A thriller can also act as an antidote to everyday boredom. Thrillers are known for very little dialogue based plots and infuse a lot of action. While only one is available in Hindi, Tamil and Telugu, the rest are available in English. While the best is reserved for last, here are the best time-traveling and mind-boggling thrillers available on Amazon Prime Video.

List of the best time travel thrillers available on Amazon Prime Video:

#5 Predestination

Predestination is a 2014 science fiction action thriller film based on the 1959 short story ‘All You Zombies. Keeping it to the core of time travel, the causative agent in an attempt to disarm the bomb. The fall of unfortunate events defies his goals, and he is transported to the future where he witnesses his recovery. With the time the agency had, she moved to 1970 as a bartender in New York, reincarnated as a woman, finally made it to 1975 with a heart of gold, and finally returned to 1965 as a victim of procrastination. The film won several awards and recognitions including 4 AACTA Awards and was nominated for several others.

Source Code #4

Source Code is a 2011 American science fiction thriller film starring Jake Gyllenhaal as a captain of the US Army. With a life or death situation, the US captain is sent into a complicated reality to find a bomber. Bouncing through time zones, the captain remembers his last flying mission in Afghanistan and remains a stranger to everyone around him. With the secret of adding to the sensation, the captain is recognized as a school teacher. The Source Code film premiered at South by Southwest and grossed over $147.3 million worldwide. The unraveling Source Code with the explosion of a moving train bomb is a must watch on Amazon Prime.

#3 Donnie Darko

Donnie Darko is a 2001 American science fiction psychological thriller film set in October 1988. The plot follows a troubled teenager who narrowly escapes a freak fire accident. With a suspenseful flair, this stranded teenager spots a mysterious Frank in a bunny costume. This is Richard Kelly’s first film as a director and Donnie Darko is his first script. In the halls of fame, Donnie Darko is listed No.2 on Empire’s 50 Greatest Independent Films of All Time. Frank reveals that the world will end in 28 days, watch as Donnie Darko finds out if it comes true.

#2 Looper

Looper is a 2012 American fictional action thriller film starring Bruce Wills, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, and Emily Blunt. The plot revolves around a present-day contract serial killer hired by a criminal syndicate from the future. The sole purpose of this act of revenge is to end the victims who have been sent back through time. In the hall of fame, Looper was selected as the opening film for the 2012 Toronto International Film Festival. The film was a commercial success, grossing $176 Million worldwide on a budget of $30 Million.

#1 Tennet

Tenet is a science fiction action thriller film directed by Christopher Nolan. The film was brought together as a collaborative production between the United States and the United Kingdom. Tenet took director Nolan more than five years to write the screenplay, posting its announcement in 2014. The film stars John David Washington, Robert Pattinson, and Dimple Kapadia, among many others. The film has experienced a series of hurdles on its release due to Covid-19 and was delayed three times before its release. Tenet was the first film to be released after the first wave of Covid-19 and grossed over $363 Million.

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