A Man Called Otto features Tom Hanks as a grumpy widower who meets his match when a lively young family moves in next door. Otto’s unlikely friendship with the quick-witted and pregnant Marisol (Mariana Treviño) leads to an unexpected friendship that reopens his life to the world outside. The film also stars Manuel Garcia-Rulfo, Rachel Keller, and Hanks’ son Truman Hanks. Despite its solid critical and audience reception, with decent box office receipts, the film did not garner any Oscar attention. While the film isn’t slated to come to streaming service for free for a few months (rumors of Disney+ in July), it will arrive as purchase and rentable on Tuesday, February 21, on Amazon’s Prime Video.
- Where Can You Watch A Man Called Otto Now: A Man Called Otto will be available for purchase here through Amazon Prime Video for $14.99, beginning on Tuesday, February 21.
How to Watch A Man Called Otto
While A Man Called Otto is not yet available for free streaming, it will available for home purchase and viewing beginning on Tuesday, February 21, on Amazon’s Prime Video for $14.99.
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