Oppenheimer, Mission Impossible: Deadly Sentence – Part 1 o Barbie are some of the most anticipated movie releases for July 2023, which, as always, we include in this, our monthly section dedicated to theatrical releases. The selection, however, is more limited than usual, since July and August are months of big productions, but fewer releases.
As always, we also remind you that if you’re not much of a movie buff, but you do enjoy movies, series and others on streaming platforms. streamingdon’t miss VOD Newsour weekly premieres section dedicated exclusively to digital content arriving via video on demand where we do not put a selection, but everything that is coming out.
July 6 movie releases
Today, the movie listings are renewed and, as an outstanding premiere, it is with Summer Vacation the umpteenth rehash of the family comedy formula that Santiago Segura has been exploiting for years with great commercial success. And needless to say anything else because you already know what it’s all about.
With a little more depth and travel is presented *.Vespera Belgian-made post-apocalyptic sci-fi drama with fantastic adventure overtones that may be of more interest to you.
Lastly, and since we are in the middle of summer, a bodrio. Or that is how the critics are unanimously qualifying Black Sharkthe typical movie of a killer critter that… does the same to you. From the director of Rambo: Last Blood y Vacations in hell.
Movie releases on July 12 and 14.
Already in the second week of July, but ahead of the rest of the releases, arrives. Mission Impossible: Deadly Sentence – Part 1one of the heavyweights of the month and of the year as far as movie releases are concerned. The return of Ethan Hunt, or what is the same, of Tom Cruise in his most iconic role. Once again, no more words are needed.
The second highlight of the week, already for July 14 is. Elementalthe new Pixar animated film to be released in theaters for a long time and one of the most resounding failures of the production company in its history, or at least it has been so in the United States.
Waiting for Dalí
Finally, and in case the previous proposals do not interest you, the most outstanding Spanish ration on these dates is. Waiting for Dalía comedy with a good cast of familiar faces and the first original Spanish film on SkyShowtime, so sooner rather than later you will be able to see it there.
July 20 movie releases
July 20 is the premiere of Oppenheimerthe new film by Christopher Nolan. A biographical drama around the figure of J. Robert Oppenheimer, none other than the father of the atomic bomb, played for the occasion by the always solvent Cillian Murphy (28 Days Later, Peaky Blinders), surrounded by a luxury cast: Emily Blunt, Robert Downey Jr., Matt Damon, Florence Pugh, Kennet Brannagh… Undoubtedly, one of the great releases of the year.
Another outstanding premiere, more because of the popularity of the characters than anything else, or so I would like to think, is that of Barbiewho is brought to life by Margot Robbie (Suicide Squad, Once upon a time in… Hollywood). And yes, there’s also Ken in the form of Ryan Gosling (Blade Runner 2049, La La Land). Embarrassing… or maybe not.
And a radical change of third with Insidious: The Red Doorthe new installment in the popular supernatural horror franchise, which returns with the same Patrick Wilson (The Warren File) in charge of the film twice: as director and as protagonist.
July 28th movie releases
For the last week of July, the following will be released in theaters. Haunted Mansiona new Disney film with the potential to become a franchise, it is… yes, a film based on one of the attractions of Mickey’s parks, just as they were. Pirates of the Caribbean p Jungle Cruiseamong others.
More serious and much more from here is Silver Dolphinsa thiller with doses of action and drama with Rodolfo Sancho (The Ministry of Time, Isabel) in the lead, surrounded by well-known faces of the state cinema.
To finish and just in case, Rally Road Racersan animated film for the youngest members of the family, inspired by other previous and more famous ones, but entertaining, according to those who have already seen it.