Ars Technic’s The Best Amazon Prime Videos, the weekly podcast of Ars Technics’ staff, has been around since 2008 and is currently ranked as the #1 podcast of the year by the website.
It’s a regular feature in our roundup of the best movies and TV shows on Amazon Prime.
Here are the highlights from the week’s podcast: “The Amazing Race: New York” is a very entertaining race between the stars of the show.
The movie, which aired last year, features the entire cast of the popular ABC reality show and includes a number of celebrities including Mark Wahlberg, Jessica Alba, and Anna Kendrick.
It has some of the highest ratings in the history of the program, and has become one of the most watched shows on the platform.
“Cars 3” is the third installment in the blockbuster action franchise.
In the first movie, an autonomous car takes off on a mission to save a group of kidnapped civilians from an evil corporation.
The second movie, Cars 2, takes place in a futuristic Los Angeles.
“Supergirl” is about Kara Danvers’ quest to protect her family from the threat of a Kryptonian invasion.
The latest installment is the DC Comics Supergirl movie, a movie that has been on the books for years.
“The Man From UNCLE” is an animated comedy about a young man with no powers.
The first animated feature, “The Book of Life,” is a love story about a boy who has a power that allows him to read the minds of his parents.
The film is available on Netflix.
“I’m the Worst” is one of my favorite shows ever.
The TV series was created by Joe Carnahan and first aired in 1985.
It is currently in its third season and stars Jon Hamm, who plays an overprotective dad who tries to be the good guy by getting his son into a super-group called the Fantastic Four.
“Big Hero 6” is arguably the greatest animated movie ever made.
The original, starring Chris Pratt, is the first in a long-running series.
“Mozart in the Jungle” is another classic movie.
The musical was directed by Hans Zimmer and written by Jacques Tourneur.
It was originally released in 1968 and is one the greatest musicals ever made, and is available in a multitude of languages, including English, French, and Italian.
“Nerds Go to Jail” is yet another movie about nerds who want to be superheroes.
The Netflix series is about two nerds who go undercover as super-powered superheroes to protect their friends from the villains of the universe.
“Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.
2″ is currently streaming on Netflix, and you can pre-order it right now.
“Grown Ups 2” was the fourth movie in the animated series, and it stars Zac Efron, Amy Poehler, and Josh Gad.
It features the voice talents of Tina Fey, Zach Galifianakis, and John Lithgow.
“My Big Fat Greek Wedding” is, well, a big fat Greek wedding.
It follows a group who find themselves stuck in the Greek island of Lesbos, where the locals are fighting a mysterious virus that threatens to wipe out the entire population.
“Pineapple Express” is set in the world of Greek mythology and is the second movie in this popular franchise.
It stars Ben Stiller, Jessica Chastain, and Olivia Munn.
“A Series of Unfortunate Events” is also an animated film.
The series follows a young couple who, after escaping a terrible house fire, embark on a journey to save the world from a curse.
It premiered in 2006 and is now available on the Disney XD channel.
“Frozen” is our favorite Disney movie.
It took place in 2017, and starred Anna and Elsa, as well as Olaf and Kristoff.
It won an Oscar for Best Animated Feature Film in 2017.
“Black Mirror” is science fiction, so the show’s characters are all humans.
It tells a story of a woman who, following the events of a dystopian novel, develops a new form of immortality called the immortality bracelet.
The show is available to stream on Netflix for a limited time.
“We Bought a Zoo” is actually a documentary about the lives of four different African wildlife species.
It looks at the lives and conservation of a group called the Zoos in Zimbabwe, which is currently experiencing the highest extinction of any animal on Earth.
“Inside Out” is based on the best-selling book of the same name.
It begins with the main characters discovering that the person they are looking for is not the person who they thought they were looking for.
“Rampage” is directed by Amy Adams, and stars Amy Schumer, Melissa McCarthy, and Jason Bateman.
It recently premiered on Netflix and features the voices of Amy Poehlmann, Amy Adams (in the voice of a younger Amy), and Julia Louis-Dreyfus.