July has a stellar line-up of new release movies hitting the big screen which means your weekly date nights are sorted. Throughout the month you can catch hilarious comedies, action-fuelled flicks and childhood favourites.
Grab the popcorn and get ready, here are all of the best new release movies to see this July.
Amy and Molly are academic overachievers who on the eve of their graduation realise they may have studied too hard and not had enough fun during their high school days. Determined to make up for lost time, the pair attempt to squeeze four years of chaotic and reckless fun into one night.
When a massive hurricane hits Haley's hometown, she ignores all evacuation orders to search for her missing father. Finding him badly hurt in their family home, the two become trapped by the fast-approaching floodwaters. With the storm only getting worse, the pair realise that the rising water level is the least of their worries.
Katherine is a legendary late-night talk show host whos world gets turned upside down when she is accused of being a woman who hates women. Hiring her first female staff writer in order to smooth over the diversity concerns brings hilarious consequences as the two women who are so very different, become united by their love of a biting punchline.
The Lion King
The much-anticipated remake of The Lion King lands on screens this July and it will be worth every minute of the wait. With an incredible cast including Beyoncé and Seth Rogan, the old-time favourite will come to life in a whole new way thanks to the photorealistic animations. Get ready for a hit of serious nostalgia with this one.
Spiderman: Far From Home
Peter Parker returns in the next chapter of the Spider-Man: Homecoming series, Far From Home. Deciding to join his best friends Ned, MJ and the rest of the group on a European holiday, Peter attempts to leave his superhero duties behind for a few weeks. This proves more difficult than he thought when he begrudgingly agrees to help Nick Fury uncover mysterious attacks across the continent.
Stu is a mild-mannered Uber driver who takes his job very seriously. When he picks up a passenger that turns out to be a cop in pursuit of a brutal killer, his day is shaken up like he never could have imagined. Stu desperately tries to not lose his mind or his five-star rating during the crazy ride.
From Academy Award-winning director Danny Boyle comes this rock-n-roll comedy about Jack Malik, a struggling singer-songwriter whose dreams of a big break are fading fast after countless rejections. Following a freak bus accident, Jack wakes up to discover that his ultimate musical idols, The Beatles never existed and that he is the only person who knows them or and their music. What at first seems like a disaster, becomes his way into the industry as he performs their old songs and his fame explodes. With a new life opening before him, Jack makes big decisions about what he really wants from life and whether his fame will give it to him.
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