Summer usually translates “fun at the outdoors” for most people, but not all share the same sentiment. If you’d rather stay indoors but also want to get out of the house, the theaters are the perfect places for you to hit. Check what’s coming out this month from our July 2016 movies list below.
If going out with family or the kids is your thing, two animated films make it to the list. However, if you’re hanging out with your friends, some lighthearted comedy might be the good choice.
Ice Age: Collision Course (July 22)
This fifth installment to the Ice Age series offers another adventure for Sid, Manny, and Diego. With asteroids threatening to hit their world, what the main characters do in the process ought to be interesting.
Secret Life of Pets (July 8)
Based on the synopsis of this film, “Secret Life of Pets” is a bit reminiscent of “Toy Story”. However, instead of a single owner for a bunch of toys, the story revolves around a building where different pets swap stories about their humans.
Ghostbusters (July 15)
A reboot of the 1984 classic and its 1989 sequel, this year’s Ghostbusters have drawn a lot of attention even before it hit the big screen. As per Screen Rant, many aspects of the film had fans talking. Nevertheless, the website does not dismiss the possibility that anything can happen. The film may turn out to be a good watch despite the initial negative reaction.
Star Trek Beyond (July 22)
Thirteenth to the “Star Trek” franchise, this installment features Captain Kirk, Spock and the rest of the Enterprise facing new alien threats and an unknown enemy.
Bad Moms (July 29)
It’s safe to assume that most people in the world consider moms as the most badass people in the universe. Aside from expertly handling family drama, moms are gifted with the ability to ace responsibilities. But what happens when they decide to ditch that skill? Although we detect chaos, this Kristen Bell, Mila Kunis and Kathryn Hahn-starrer could give a hilarious perspective.
Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates (July 8)
The combined chemistry of Anna Kendrick, Aubrey Plaza, Zac Efron, and Adam DeVine should be enough to appeal to audiences looking for a funny and lighthearted flick.
July 2016 movies — the dark side
Cell (July 8)
Based on the Stephen King book, “Cell” shows what can happen when technology serves as a tool to erase the human race.
Lights Out (July 22)
If you like a good horror film and was impressed by “The Conjuring 2”, then you’ll likely approve of this one. This offering from the creative genius of James Wan offers “a tale of an unknown terror that lurks in the dark”, as per MovieWeb.
Jason Bourne (July 29)
Matt Damon returns to the series after a brief takeover by Jeremy Renner.
Let us know what you are watching from this July 2016 movies list.