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    Ten Must-Watch Movies: July 2015

    After travelling into the realms of Jurassic World and getting weepy with Inside Out last June, it is now time to enjoy what the coming month has to offer. Well, we have here some sexy dancing troupe, superheroes to behold, and some cute and funny yellow creatures. Here are ten movies to watch out for in July: 

    Terminator: Genisys (July 1). Arnold Schwarzenegger returns to the big screen with Terminator’s fifth instalment. Also starring Emilia Clarke, Jason Clarke and Jai Courtney, the film tells about Saran Connor and her team’s effort to reset the future. 

    Magic Mike XXL (July 1). Three years after the events of the first movie, the Kings of Tampa, following Magic Mike’s earlier action, also want to throw in the towel. For their final bow, Mike and the boys head out to Myrtle Beach to give a blow-out performance. 

    Minions (July 10). Our lovable little “banana” creatures are back with a movie of their own. Directed by Pierre Coffin and Kyle Balda, the movie follows the journey of the minions as they search for a new master. 

    Boulevard (July 10). In his posthumous film, Robin Williams plays a 60-year-old married but closeted bank employee whose life changes when he picks up a young male hustler. The movie premiered at the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival. 

    Ant-Man (July 17). Not all superheroes come in big sizes and Paul Rudd exemplifies this in this unlikely superhero movie. Rudd stars as the Ant-Man, a superhero who can shrink in scale but increase in strength. 

    Pixels (July 24). What if our favorite ‘80s videogame characters come alive and attack us? Led by Adam Sandler, a group of videogame experts are recruited by the government to help suppress the comic threat. 

    Paper Towns (July 24). Based on the bestselling novel by John Green, author of “The Fault in Our Stars,” the film is a coming-of-age story revolving around Quentin and his enigmatic neighbor Margo. When she disappears after a thrilling night of joy ride with him, Quentin and his quick-witted friends embark on a hilarious journey that will change how they see friendship and true love. 

    Vacation (July 29).  From directors John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein comes a heart-warming story about a family trip gone amiss. Bound for Walley World, America’s greatest amusement park, Rusty Griswold takes his wife and two sons for a much-needed bonding time which comes filled with unexpected surprises. 

    Southpaw (July 31). In a story about tragedy, loss and redemption, Jake  Gyllenhaal stars as Billy Hope, an ex-boxing champion who must conquer his inner demons to regain custody of his daughter and to triumph in his big comeback.

    Mission: Impossible –Rogue Nation (July 31). Tom Cruise is back as Ethan Hawk with another thrilling and jaw-dropping mission. In this new Mission: Impossible movie, Ethan Hunt must reunite his IMF team and eradicate the Syndicate, an international rogue organization as highly skilled as they are.


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