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The Big 6 Movies You Should See This July

Written by on July 1, 2021

By Ahweyevu Lucky

This list is organised in no particular order.

Black widow (July 9, Theatres) This movie release was originally delayed from mid-2020 due to the Covid-19 pandemic that halted the screenings of many other movies. With the new teasers and trailers released on the net lately leading to the month of July, it’s safe to say the experience is worth the wait, and it will be available for viewing by July 9.

The Tomorrow War (July 2 Amazon Prime video): Natasha and Chris Pratt are definitely part of those in the avengers who will be catching a glimpse this summer, as Chris Pratt takes a lead role in this sci-fi dystopian movie. ‘Tomorrow War is one action movie that has promises to deliver an action-packed experience to all.

Space Jam: A New Legacy (July 16, HBO Max): The NBA star LeBron James has taken his basketball mastery into animation. Space Jam2 is adapted from the original 1996 Production in it LeBron has to take on an elite AI-powered team in a ruthless game of basketball to save his hot-headed son. 

The Boss Baby 2: Family Business (July 2 Peacock, Theatres): This is a Kid-friendly and Funny one that is good fall all classes of people (old and young). As a continuation of The Boss Baby which was released (2017), It is definitely making a grand return after 3 years, this time with our brothers as grown-ups, and still hilariously as ever. This time they choose to strengthen their bond stronger than ever with an adventurous plotline.

Jungle Cruise (July 30 Disney+): In a quest to make a groundbreaking discovery for a grater future, Dr Lily Houghton(Emily Blunt) enlists the help of Frank (Dwayne Johnson) to search for an ancient tree in an enchanted jungle.

Troll hunters: the rise of the titans(July 21 Netflix):Guillermo Del Toro’ a visionary filmmaker now in Netflix came up with Troll hunters tells the story of how a new team of heroes unites to dominate a certain magical force that threatens their existence.


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