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Wreckers (2011) is a British intense drama movie directed by D.R. Hood and written by Dictynna Hood. The movie is an intricately woven drama about life in the rural clamor and sexual tension. Released in 2011, Wreckers follows the themes of love, betrayal, redemption, and forgiveness.

Here’s how you can watch and stream Wreckers (2011) via streaming services such as Amazon Prime Video & Peacock.

Is Wreckers (2011) available to watch via streaming?

Yes, Wreckers (2011) is available to watch via streaming on Amazon Prime Video & Peacock.

Wreckers follows the story of a newlywed couple Dawn and David who return to David’s hometown to start a quiet new life. But, a major trouble is afoot. As they begin to blend into the country life, their love life starts to diminish. This strain on Dawn and David begins to deepen when David’s brother, Nick comes to town. Nick, who is a devious brother drives a wedge between David and his Dawn.

As Nick dredges up the past of his and David’s life, secrets surface which send Dawn into shock and reevaluating her relationship with David. Upon learning their secrets, Dawn goes into a dilemma as to whether to live with the present or make her husband reconcile with his past. Meanwhile, Nick keeps stirring up drama as Dawn gets caught up in between the brothers’ strained relationship.

The cast of Wreckers has Doctor Strange actor Benedict Cumberbatch in the titular role of David cast alongside Claire Foy as Dawn and British actor Shaun Evans plays the role of Nick. Other members of the supporting cast include Peter McDonald as Gary, June Watson as Miss Hedges and Sinead Matthews as Sharon.

Watch Wreckers (2011) streaming via Amazon Prime Video & Peacock

Wreckers (2011) is available to watch on Amazon Prime Video. Other British movies to watch on Prime Video are Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels, Shaun of the Dead, The Imitation Game and Trainspotting.

You can watch via Amazon Prime Video by following these steps:

  1. Go to Amazon Prime Video
  2. Select ‘Sign in’ and ‘Create your Amazon account’
  3. Sign up for a Prime Video membership:
    • $14.99 per month or $139 per year with an Amazon Prime membership
    • $8.99 per month for a standalone Prime Video membership

Amazon Prime is the online retailer’s paid service that provides fast shipping and exclusive sales on products, so the membership that includes both this service and Prime Video is the company’s most popular offering. However, you can also opt to subscribe to Prime Video separately.

Watch Wreckers (2011) streaming via Peacock

Wreckers (2011) is available to watch on Peacock. Peacock offers other famous movies like the American Pie series, The Bourne series, The Shrek and Jurassic Park series.

You can watch via Peacock by following these steps:

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  2. Click ‘Get Started’
  3. Choose your payment plan
    • $5.99 per month or $59.99 per year (premium)
    • $11.99 per month or $119.99 per year (premium plus
  4. Create your account
  5. Enter your payment details

Peacock’s Premium account provides access to over 80,000+ hours of TV, movies, and sports, including current NBC and Bravo Shows, along with 50 always-on channels. Premium Plus is the same plan but with no ads (save for limited exclusions), along with allowing users to download select titles and watch them offline and providing access to your local NBC channel live 24/7.

NOTE: The streaming services listed above are subject to change. The information provided was correct at the time of writing.

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