The Nintendo video game-inspired blockbuster is now available at Amazon with special bonus content, following its May streaming debut.
Now playing in theatres nationwide, Super Mario Bros. Movie, the greatest video game movie ever, has surpassed $500 million at the box office in the United States this spring.
Originally available for purchase for on-demand streaming in May, The Super Mario Bros. Movie is currently available for $9.99 on Amazon Prime Video (rental available for just $3.99) as part of the online retailer’s Prime Big Deal Days promotion. With Prime Video’s X-Ray feature, you can watch the movie for one hour and thirty-two minutes and get access to special bonus content including extra videos, trivia, and more. A Peacock subscription allows users to stream The Super Mario Bros. Movie in addition to being able to purchase it on DVD, Blu-ray, and digital formats.
Because the Library of Congress added the Super Mario Bros. theme song to the National Recording Registry, it has also become a part of music history.
Tenacious D, the comedian and musician, released his first solo album, “Peaches,” which is also Black’s smash single from the movie. The album debuted at No. 56 on the Billboard Hot 100 after five weeks on the charts.
Super Mario Bros. Movie, which debuted in theatres on April 5, is the first animated film based on the 1985 Nintendo console game that was a spin-off of the Mario Bros. arcade game.
A live-action film with Samantha Mathis, John Leguizamo, Bob Hoskins, and Dennis Hopper made its premiere in 1993.
The animated TV show and other video game successors have also been impacted by the imaginary Italian twin plumbers.
Find out all the information you need to watch Super Mario Bros.
Continue reading the content below to watch a movie at home on the internet and receive a discount on the film on Amazon’s autumn Prime Day.
The Best Way to Watch Super Mario Bros. Online
Peacock charges $5.99 for the Premium plan and $11.99 for the Premium Plus bundle for their streaming version of the Super Mario Bros. Movie.
You can get savings of 17 percent if you commit to annual billing at $60–$120 annually.
Available for streaming on both tiers are more than 80,000 hours of TV show episodes and movies, live sports and events, over 50 channels, and television shows like The Real Housewives, Yellowstone seasons one through five, and other NBC and Bravo series.
With a few live TV series excluded, Premium Plus is the only option without any ads. It also lets you watch some titles offline and provides access to your local NBC station.
Currently available for rent or purchase in Ultra HD for $3.99–$9.99 on Amazon Prime Video, The Super Mario Bros. Movie Bonus X-Ray Edition is normally priced between $5.99 and $19.99. The internet behemoth’s exclusive edition is available on Prime Video’s X-Ray for web, mobile, and certain FireTV devices. It features extra movies, trivia, and other material.
On Apple TV and other streaming video-on-demand services, the Super Mario Bros. Movie is likewise accessible for the same cost.
How to Watch “The Super Mario Bros. Movie” on Netflix
Amazon is the best place to watch “The Super Mario Bros. Movie” because of the Prime Video discount during Amazon Prime Day.
There is a physical copy as well as a digital copy that you may keep forever in your Amazon library.
And there’s an abundance of options on Amazon.
While the digital versions are available in normal means, high resolution, or ultra-high definition, physical formats are available in Blu-Ray, DVD, and 4K.
Never missing a bit, relive the nostalgia with this old Nintendo video game.
If you would rather not have a digital copy of the film, you may also rent it for $6.
“The Super Mario Bros. Movie” is available for streaming on Peacock.
Though the precise date is yet unknown, “The Super Mario Bros. Movie” will be accessible for Peacock streaming on August 3.
Peacock offers a wide variety of media, including films, TV series, and sports.
For the Plus plan, a $10 monthly membership is needed; for the Premium plan, it’s $5. Peacock is among the better choices if you’re more into streaming media.