Want to take a break from the Olympics? Continue to watch some movies frantically. There are many games available not only on streaming platforms, but also in theaters, and they can provide you with the movie experience you have been craving since the pandemic began.
To help you make a decision, here is a list of new movies you can watch this weekend.
The highly anticipated movie “Jungle Cruise” starring Dawn Johnson and Emily Blunt, will be released on July 30. The movie can be shown in theaters or watched on Disney+ through Premier Access. The fantasy adventure revolves around Dr. Lily Houghton, played by Blunt, who tries to find an ancient tree that will help heal and change the future of medicine.
Riding an eagle
If you like comedy movies, “Eagle Riding” is your best choice. The movie is currently being played on various platforms, including Apple TV, Vudu and Fandango Now. It can also be used in theaters. When Jack Johnson, who plays Leif, discovers that his separated mother left a conditional inheritance, the interesting journey begins, and he should complete her to-do list to receive it.
David Lowry’s director project “Green Knight” is now in theaters. This fantasy adventure movie starring Dev Patel, adapted from “Sir Gawain and the Green Knight”, the author is unknown. It tells the romantic story of the knight in the 14th century. Irene Kellyman, Alicia Vikander, Barry Keohan, Ralph Ineson, and Joel Edgerton also play key roles in this movie.
“Nine Heavens” directed by Oda Aisheng premiered at the Sundance Film Festival on January 27, 2020. Sony Pictures will be released in the United States on July 30. The film will be shown in theaters in New York and Los Angeles this weekend. It can be seen in the rest of the country on August 6. This supernatural fantasy drama tells the story of a man interviewing five unborn souls to find out which of them is worthy of being born on earth.
If you are looking forward to watching a thriller, Oscar-winning director Tom McCarthy’s “Stillwater” is a great choice for you. The film is now in theaters, starring Matt Damon, Abigail Breslin, Camille Curtin and Genif Rey, playing key roles. Its story tells of a father embarking on a journey to find out whether his daughter was convicted of murder.
If you missed the list of new and old movies released on Netflix in July, you can take a look here.