July 2015 Movie Release Dates

July 2015 Movie Release Dates

This month is full of movie releases that are funny, hilarious, action-packed, and dramatic. What better way to celebrate the month of America’s independence?

July 1st

Magic Mike XXL

Those Chip n Dale boys are back! If you’ve been waiting for more of Magic Mike and his sexy crew, your wishes have come true. Starring Channing Tatum, Joe Manganiello (woof), Matt Bomer, Kevin Nash, and Adam Rodriguez with a little help from Jada Pinkett-Smith and Elizabeth Banks. Rated R

Terminator: Genisys

Personally, I can’t recall if Arnold had a chance to say he was coming back, but I guess he is and he’s not alone. With the help of Emily Clarke (Game of Thrones) playing the always badass Sarah Connor, we can figure out if this is a sequel or a prequel together. Rated PG-13

July 3rd

Amy

Being the Official Selection at the Cannes Festivals and receiving 4 to 5 stars from several critics, this documentary is about the infamous Amy Winehouse on how she became an influential singer up to her untimely death. Directed and created by Asif Kapadia. Rated R for language

July 10th

The Gallows

A couple of teenagers break into a abandoned school’s auditorium for a little bit of fun and games, but only to discover that there was an accidental death surrounding the school’s production of The Gallows. After that, things take a terrible turn for the worst. From the producers that brought you Paranormal Activity and Insidious. Rated R


Minions

Gru’s lovable yellow minions are back in this awesome prequel that tells the story of how they came to be. With a little help from Sandra Bullock, this lovely children and adult favorite will certainly make us laugh out loud. Rated PG


Self/less

After a very wealthy man discovers he’s going to die, he makes the decision to become “immortal” by moving his soul to a younger male vessel. As he relives his younger days, he starts to see memories from his vessel’s life, and discover that immortality always has a price. Starting Ben Kingsley and Ryan Reynolds in this summer thriller that will make you live life to the absolute fullest. Rated PG-13

July 17th

Ant-Man

Based on the Marvel comic book, Paul Rudd takes on the identity of ex-con Scott, who suits up in shrinking gear that allows him to become the size of an ant, and also has the ability to control them. Get ready for another installment to the awesome Marvel movie collection. Rated PG-13


Trainwreck

Amy Schumer and Bill Hader star together in this comedy where a young woman who is comfortable in her dating life is set to interview a sports doctor, and later on discovers that he’s actually, well, perfect. With a little help from Brie Larson and Tilda Swinton, you can certainly add this movie to your collection of laugh-out-loud comedies…when it comes out eventually. Rated R


Irrational Man

Directed by Woody Allen, Joaquin Phoenix plays a small town university professor who suffers from a bit of an alcohol problem, and just happens to develop a relationship with one of his students (Emma Stone) AND another university professor (Parker Posey). This develops a whirlwind of complications that fits the title of the movie perfectly. Rated R


Mr. Holmes

The infamous detective Sherlock Holmes is now old and at the end of his rope until he meets a small boy that sets off a spark to solve a case from years ago. Sir Ian McKellan portrays London’s finest consulting detective, this promise to deliver a great movie for the summer. Rated PG-13

July 24th

Paper Towns

Based on the novel by John Green (The Fault in our Stars), a strange girl asks a boy for help on a night of thrills which leads to her disappearance, and his determined search to find where she has gone. To help with his search, he asks his two best friends to come with him, and it all becomes a series of awesome events leading to self-discovery and adventure. Rated PG-13


Pixels

Back in the 1980’s NASA launches a time capsule into space in hopes to reach intelligent life outside of Earth, which happens to have a collection of video games such as Donkey Kong and Pac-Man. Fast Forward to 2015, we finally receive a reply back, but now Earth is under attack by the same pixelated games we had sent out in the capsule! Starring Adam Sandler, Kevin James, Peter Dinklage, and a super special appearance by Toru Iwatani, the creator of Pac-Man. Rated PG-13


Southpaw

After the death of his wife, a lightweight champion boxer tries to re-piece his life back together with his daughter, and trains to get back into the ring. From the director that brought us Training Day and Shooter, along with the writer of Sons of Anarchy, comes a story of fighting for redemption. Rated R

July 31st

Mission: Impossible- Rogue Nation

Ethan Hunt is back with his crew, and they are taking on a rogue nation of spies called The Syndicate. Along with defeating them, they must protect themselves since IMF has been shut down. Tom Cruise is back for another action-packed movie that promises to be better than the previous four M:I movies. Rated PG-13


A LEGO Brickumentary

Now we call know that “brickumentary” isn’t really a word, but who cares? It’s a documentary how everyone’s favorite toy and foot’s worse nightmare came to be! This is going to released in select theaters, so post your calenders and check to see if yours is going to feature it! Rated G

 

DVD/Blu-Ray Movie Releases

July 7th

  • Woman in Gold

July 14th

  • The Longest Ride
  • Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2
  • Ex-Machina
  • The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel
  • It Follows

July 28th

  • Home

If there’s any movie theater releases that I have forgotten, or one of the one above you can’t wait to see, leave a comment below! Enjoy the show and the popcorn!

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