10 Films You Must See This Summer

With the Great British Summer once again looking like the Great British Washout, what better way to cheer yourself up than by visiting your local Cineworld? Here are ten films you cannot afford to miss in the next few months, starring the likes of Daniel Radcliffe, Idris Elba and Will Smith!

10. Ghostbusters (1st July)

With its all-new, all-female cast, ‘Ghostbusters’ is sure to have loads of laughs and action throughout – making it well worth a watch. You’ll see from the trailer below that girl-power is sure to triumph over the ghouls in the most hilarious of ways!


9. Independence Day: Resurgence (24th June)

You only need to look as far as the trailer to see that ‘Independence Day: Resurgence’ will be full of space-age dogfights and amazing special effects – the film is a must-see just for that! Also featuring the talents of Liam Hemsworth and Bill Pullman, this sequel looks sure to match the 1996 original!


8. Finding Dory (29th July)

The long-awaited sequel to the 2004 Pixar classic ‘Finding Nemo’, ‘Finding Dory’ promises to be a fun, family adventure with all the amazing design and animation you’d expect from Pixar.


7. Central Intelligence (1st July)

A comedy that guarantees laughs throughout, ‘Central Intelligence’ follows Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson as a CIA agent who meets his former school friend (Kevin Hart) and ropes him into a world of espionage and adventure. Just look at the trailer below to see loads of gags that will make you laugh out loud!


6. Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie (1st July)

Based on the hit BBC sitcom from the 1990s, the ‘Ab Fab’ movie promises to be a barrel of laughs right from the get-go. Follow Patsy and Edina as they drink and smoke their way around the world… and still try to claw back their youth! Just look at the trailer below and you’ll see this comedy is sure to light-up the box office with its absolutely fabulous humour!


5. The BFG (22nd July)

The live-action adaptation of Roald Dahl’s classic, ‘The BFG’ is the story of a young girl named Sophie as she meets the Big Friendly Giant and is taken on an adventure – to save all the children of the world!


4. The Legend Of Tarzan (8th July)

A darker take on the classic character, ‘The Legend Of Tarzan’ follows the wild man raised by gorillas as he moves to England to become a gentleman. But a trade mission sends him back to his home and he has to unleash his inner animal to protect the jungle!

3. Star Trek Beyond (22nd July)

Starring the talents of Idris Elba, Simon Pegg and Chris Pine, ‘Star Trek Beyond’ promises to be out of this world! Following from the darker nature of ‘Into Darkness’, the third instalment of the ‘Star Trek’ franchise takes a lighter tone; you only have to watch the trailer to see its fun nature!


2. Now You See Me 2 (4th July)

The sequel to 2013’s amazing ‘Now You See Me’, ‘Now You See Me 2’ follows the Four Horsemen as they return to the stage for more stunning magic tricks to fool the audience. Starring Morgan Freeman, Daniel Radcliffe and Michael Caine, ‘Now You See Me 2’ is sure to be magic!


1. Suicide Squad (5th August)

Forget ‘Batman V Superman’ – ‘Suicide Squad’ looks to be the best comic-book movie of the year! Judging by the trailer, Will Smith and Margot Robbie are on top-form for this chaotic action-comedy. And even if you don’t like superheroes and villains, this film’s worth it just for the soundtrack!


If you like what you read here, please say so in the comments below. Don’t forget, if you’d like me to review any film or TV Show in particular, just click the button at the top of the screen labelled ‘Film and TV Show Requests’. Happy watching!



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