July Movie Guide: What’s New in Theatres

Last month’s summer flicks were quite impressive, but take a look at what’s coming out this July…



Public Enemies: Amidst the dreary Great Depression, starving Americans are starting to hate the US banks. Bank robber John Dillinger, who is played by Johnny Depp, comes into power among the people but is sought after by FBI Agent Melvin Purvis, who is played by Christian Bale. As a public fugitive from the law, he falls in love with a young woman, played by Academy Award Winner Marion Cotillard.

Ice Age 3: Dawn of the Dinosaurs: The Ice Age team is back and they are in for another wild adventure. To their surprise, they find a hidden world under layers of snow filled with flocks of dinosaurs. Of course this brings new danger to Manny, Ellie and Diego.


Bruno: If you loved Borat, you must see Sacha Baron Cohen play a flamboyantly gay Austrian model named Bruno. The film is sure to be just as hilarious as it is offensive. Pants dropping Bruno travels to the South and even adopts a baby named “O.J.”

I Love You, Beth Cooper: A nerdy high school valedictorian’s dreams come true as he spends one wild night with the girl he always loved – Beth Cooper, who is played by Hayden Panettiere. The night unravels after he confesses his love for her at the graduation ceremony in front of the entire student body.


Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince: Harry Potter fanatics rejoice, the new Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince is soon to be in theatres. Professor Dumbledore needs Harry to help him solve a mystery of immortality. Meanwhile romance is in the air for many of the magic and love-struck students.


The Ugly Truth: Katherine Heigl and Gerard Butler star in a romantic yet brutally honest comedy about dating and the opposite sex. Abby is a straight arrow, successful T.V. producer who is very annoyed by her new guest commentator, Mike, who is chauvinistic and blunt about how men opperate. They strike up a deal that leads to Mike teacher Abby how to win over her sexy neighbor. Who she falls for in the end, is unknown.

G-Force: Watch three guinea pigs serve as secret agents and take on espionage. It’s funny, cute, clever and great for the whole family.

Orphan: After being devastated by the loss of their unborn child, John and Kate adopt Esther, who is not what she seems.

  1. Hmmm I’m liking last month’s options better but am thinking I may go see Bruno and The Ugly Truth (even thought I don’t like Katherine Heigl).

  2. I love seeing the outfits that Bruno’s been wearing to his previews throughout the world! And I’d watch Gerard Butler is just about anything.

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