June has an epic line-up of new release movies hitting the big screen which are perfect for your mid-week date nights and cold Sunday afternoons. Throughout the month you can catch hilarious comedies, action-fuelled flicks, childhood favourites and hide-behind-your-hands horrors.
Grab the popcorn and get ready, here are all of the best new release movies to see this June.
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.
Sometimes Always Never
Starring Nicholas Hoult and Lily Collins, Tolkien explores the formative years of J.R.R Tolkien, an orphaned author who finds friendship, love and artistic inspirations from a group of fellow outcasts at school. During the outbreak of World War I, the fellowship is threatened and through these experiences, Tolkien is inspired to write his famous Middle-Earth novels including The Hobbit and Lord of the Rings. This biography-drama shares the incredible true story of what would become the very famous and much-loved pieces of work.
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Annabelle Comes Home
Horror film fans rejoice, the third instalment of New Line Cinema’s Annabelle is coming this June starring the infamous sinister doll from the ‘Conjuring’ universe. Demonologists Ed and Lorraine are determined to keep Annabelle from wreaking more havoc and bring the possessed doll to the locked artefacts room in their home. In her new home and now with a new target, ten-year-old Judy, Annabelle lets loose an unholy night of horror.
X-Men: Dark Phoenix
The X-Men are back and facing their most dangerous and powerful enemy, one of their own. On a rescue mission, Jean Grey is hit by a mysterious cosmic force that threatens her life. Returning home, it turns out the force has made her more powerful, but also more unstable. Spiralling out of control and hurting the ones she loves most, the X-Men begin to unravel due to her uncontrollable recklessness. They must find a way to unite, to save Jean and the planet who are both under threat.
Toy Story 4
The old-time classic is back for the fourth time with a brand-new film featuring all of your favourite characters. Woody’s main priority is taking care of his kid, whether that is Andy or Bonnie. When Bonnie adds a new toy to her room called Forky, a road trip adventure shows Woody how big the world really is for a toy. With old and new friends along for the ride, Toy Story 4 is just as lovable and fun as the other three movies.
At the cusp of India’s newfound independence, a family makes a bold and risky move to freedom. Bharat, a young boy promises to keep his family together no matter what—a promise he keeps for 60 years. Through all of the challenge’s life throws his way, some humorous, some thrilling, some romantic and some life-threatening, his resilience and loyalty never fade. This endearing film about a man’s life journey and a long-kept promise is both uplifting and inspiring.
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