5 Movies Of 2019 To Watch This July

5 Movies Of 2019 To Watch This July2019 isn’t over yet, and if you’re looking for something new and exciting to make your next few weeks all the more exciting, it looks like you won’t have to wait for long. So keep hydrated, don’t forget to wear your sunscreen, and make sure to pre-order your tickets before heading to the theater.

The movie season of 2019 has been an interesting one. While we’ve Will Smith put up his best performance in movies like Aladdin, the movie made a surprising amount of money, and other films have performed just as expected, there’s been a fair share of bummers out there.

In a year where Dark PhoenixMen In Black: International, and even Toy Story 4 fell short of some proverbial marks, it’s been quite gloomy if you’ve been following the reports of each weekend’s grosses.

There’s still some good news though, as we have more movies to keep us glued to our set and theaters. Come to think of it, five specific films that are being released in the coming weeks look like they’ll be potential contenders and surprise hits. Follow us, as we run through the movies that could still save the season of 2019. Stuber is a must see too. Check the trailer here.

5 Movies Of 2019 To Watch This JulyCrawl

Alligators can be vicious, cruel, and nasty; but they can also be one hell of an adversary for your movie’s cast to face off against. Crawl is ready to test that theory yet again, as director Alexandre Aja’s big film of 2019 has crowd-pleaser written all over it. A father and daughter are ready to face off against nature in a short, brutal looking thrill ride; something that any summer can always use in its canon.

Opens: July 12th

5 Movies Of 2019 To Watch This JulyThe Lion King

Disney is having both a wonderful and a weird year, with Aladdin and Avengers: Endgame bringing in a ton of money, and Toy Story 4 having an interesting opening weekendThe Lion King looks like it could be another monumental hit for the studio, as nostalgia and a new CGI cast bring a classic tale back to life. If Simba’s journey from cub to king hits just as hard as it did the first time, you can be sure people will flock to this one.

Opens: July 19th

5 Movies Of 2019 To Watch This JulyOnce Upon A Time In Hollywood

Every new movie that Quentin Tarantino puts out brings us one more closer to his self-imposed retirement. Throwing aside the debate of if Kill Bill counts as one or two movies, we may just see our potential final dose of Tarantino with Once Upon A Time In Hollywood. Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt, and Margot Robbie running around 1969 Hollywood looks absolutely gorgeous, completely insane, and as cool as any Tarantino movie should. If this really is going to be the final bow for QT, then it looks like he’s saving the best for last.

Opens: July 26th

5 Movies Of 2019 To Watch This JulyFast And Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw

The more we see of Fast and Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw, the more it looks like the bonkers surprise that the summer season really needs. A lot of the movie already seems to be showed off in what we’ve seen, but no matter how many times we see Jason Statham crack wise or Dwayne Johnson bring down a chopper with a damned metal chain, it has us ready to stand and cheer. There’s plenty of time to get serious during the fall, but right now it’s time for some nitro fueled destruction in Hobbs & Shaw.

Opens: August 2nd

5 Movies Of 2019 To Watch This JulyReady Or Not

We started this list with a horror film, we threw one in near the middle, and, damnit, we’re going to close out on what could be a brand new horror classic in our midst. Ready Or Not pits Samara Weaving against a killer family, which includes Andie McDowell and Adam Brody among its members, who want to claim her for some unknown purpose. Were this to be a scary game of hide and seek, complete with creative kills, it might have still worked out. Thankfully, a killer sense of humor is present, which just might make this movie a memorable sleeper hit in those last few weeks of summer excitement.

Opens: August 21st



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