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What to Watch in July 2021

It is no secret that I adore the cinema, it is one of my favourite places to go for a day or night out. The feeling of relaxing in your chair with drinks and popcorn and knowing that for the next 2 or so hours you are going to disappear into another world through the big screen. Since cinemas are slowly getting back to normal, so have the cinema releases and July proves to be a good time to get back into those cinema seats, so here are my top picks for films to see this July.

With Marvel fans devouring the new Disney+ shows, it is about time that a new film was released to fangirl and fanboy over. Black Widow, finally the next installment of the Marvel Cinematic universe is out. This highly anticipated movie gives a backdrop to the beloved avenger Natasha Romanov ie. Black Widow as she tries to fix her past before the events of Infinity Endgame. The action packed and fast pace will leave you on the edge of your seats. This is a movie fans have been crying out for since her first appearance in Iron Man 2, and I am sure you will not be disappointed.

Any 90’s kids who fell in love with the fun and crazy looney tunes story will be glad to see a revival of the wacky and hilarious Space Jam, in Space Jam : A New Legacy. Our favourite childhood characters are ready to play basketball once more and with LeBron James leading the cast it is sure to entertain children, parents and original fans of the first film alike.

The newest installment of the Fast and Furious franchise; F9 is one to thrill fans with exciting explosives and dramatic car chases. Now I had never seen a Fast and Furious film before I went to see this film. But let me tell you, there was not a single second that I was bored whilst watching this movie, it is incredibly fast paced and keeps you on your toes the entire time. With a stellar cast fans will love, it is definitely one to watch if you want a thrilling evening that will leave you with a rush as you walk out of the cinema.

Written by: Holly Proctor


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