Incredibles 2 – The long, long awaited sequel to one of the most beloved animations of the 21st century comes out on Friday 13 July across the country. Original writer/director Brad Bird (The Iron Giant, Ratatouille) returns at the helm and the likes of Holly Hunter and Samuel L. Jackson reprise their roles. New additions also include Breaking Bad alumni Bob Odenkirk and Jonathan Banks.
Skyscraper – Dwayne Johnson’s latest action adventure sees him team-up with his Central Intelligence director Rawson Marshall Thurber. This time The Rock plays a guy who jumps from a crane, into a burning building, to save his family. Sounds ridiculous but could be a great action B-movie. Out Thursday 12 July.
First Reformed – Ethan Hawke stars as a priest of a small congregation in upstate New York struggling to deal with a tragedy.
The Secret of Marrowbone – Horror which sees four siblings tormented by a sinister presence in their manor-house.
Racer and the Jailbird – Belgium set French/Dutch language film focusing on a tragic love story between a gangster and a young racing driver.
Avengers: Infinity War – into its 11th week in cinemas, Infinity War has already made over $2 billion worldwide. Perfect opportunity for a second viewing (or third, or fourth…).
Read our review here – https://www.rgm.press/film-review-avengers-infinity-war/
Deadpool 2 – Another superhero movie still going strong, the Merc with a Mouth has made over $700m worldwide and is still showing in most cinemas across the country.
Solo: A Star Wars Story – Seen as the first box office flop since Disney’s Star Wars takeover, Solo is a fun movie but one which nobody really wanted to be made.
Read our review here – https://www.rgm.press/film-review-solo-a-star-wars-story/
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom – Another franchise some have seen enough of, Fallen Kingdom is a nice, fresh turn of pace from Jurassic World but lands on the exact same fun-but-average spectrum.
Read our review here – https://www.rgm.press/film-review-jurassic-world-fallen-kingdom/
Hereditary – One of the most talked about films of the summer and a potential cult classic. This Toni Collette starring horror has been terrifying people for weeks.
Ocean’s 8 – yet another franchise reboot, this time with a female takeover of the Ocean’s series. It’s been out for a few weeks but has a stellar cast and a fun feel.
Sicario 2: Soldado – Out just over a week ago, this serves as an excellent sequel which expands on the world created in 2015’s Sicario. Not as good as the original but a damn good effort.
The First Purge – Out last week, the fourth instalment of the Purge series is a prequel which shows the origin of the very first purge event.