As July is one of the biggest months for the Cinema there is a lot of good movies being released this month. Here is the best of what is on offer in the Cinema and on Netflix for July

Cinema 

 The Legend of Tarzan 

It is a truth universally acknowledged that a Tarzan cartoon/movie needs to be filmed every few years. This Movie has a slight twist where we see Tarzan returning to the Jungle after living in London for a period of time. While I normally don’t have much interest in Tarzan movies this one has a star-studded cast including Margot Robbie, Alexander Skarsgård, Samuel L. Jackson and Christoph Waltz.

Ghostbusters 

I feel I have been waiting forever for this movie,  there has been so much coverage about it. 30 years after the original Ghostbusters is getting a remake.  Starring  Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig, Kate McKinnon, Leslie Jones, Chris Hemsworth and Bill Murray it will probably be the highest grossing movie for July.

Men and Chicken

The original title Mænd & høns is  a danish movie based on two brothers and their family. this movie has gotten good reviews at festivals last year and will be in selected cinemas from the 15th of July.

The BFG

The new Disney movie the BFG (Big Friendly Giant) is about a little girl who befriends a giant. The trailer looks awesome and full of awe and wonder.

Finding Dory

The long-awaited sequel to Finding Nemo, Finding Dory is about her search to find her parents which proves difficult as she can’t remember anything. Don’t worry Nemo and his dad also make an appearance.

 

Netflix 

Stranger Things – Season 1 

A Netflix original is set in Indiana in the 1980’s where we follow the search for a missing boy. this has been getting good reviews so far and could be the show everyone will be talking about at the end of the month.

Movies July Tullulah

Tullulah

This Netflix Original Movie is about a Beverly Hills Housewife and her new babysitter. Written by one of the staff writers from Orange is the New Black and starring Ellen Page Zachary Quinto and  Allison Janney

The Big Short 

If you missed this oscar nominated movie when it was in the cinema you have an opportunity to see it now. The Big Short is about the economic crisis in 2008 and those who saw it coming. Even though it is probably about the most boring topic in the world it is actually quite interesting to see how everything unfolded and is filmed in a captivating way.

 

If you want to revert to an old classic, Netflix will also have the Back to the Future and the Lethal Weapon franchises to watch this month.

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