Reel Deal: Five upcoming movies in July

With the football fever gripping the entire world, July is projected to be a bit of a slow month for movies. But if you are a movie buff, you have nothing to worry. We have a roundup of five upcoming movies in July that you shouldn’t miss.

movies in July

Incredibles 2

With an approving nod and a cheeky wink to feminist movements, this Incredibles sequel sees Elastigirl spring into action to save the world, while Mr. Incredible is left to face his greatest challenge yet – taking care of the children, Violet, Dash and Jack-Jack, with the latter’s startling superpowers just starting to develop! Perfect summer holiday movie with the kids!

Releasing on 19 July 2018


Mission: Impossible – Fallout

Director Christopher McQuarrie takes up the reins again in the sixth installment of the Mission Impossible series. With Mission Impossible: Fallout, Ethan Hunt (played by Tom Cruise) and his IMF team (Alec Baldwin, Simon Pegg, Ving Rhames) have to race against time after a well-laid-out IMF plan goes awry.

Releasing on 26 July 2018


Ant-Man and the Wasp

2018’s been an amazing year so far for Marvel fans. The trend is about to continue with yet another superhero movie coming out of the Marvel stables – Ant Man and The Wasp. In the aftermath of Captain America: Civil War, Scott Lang struggles to balance his responsibilities as a father and a superhero, when an urgent mission again requires him to suit up and learn to fight alongside The Wasp.

Releasing on 5 July 2018



Dwayne Johnson plays former FBI agent and US war veteran Will Sawyer, who is in charge of assessing security for skyscrapers. As one of the safest buildings on earth catches fire, Sawyer finds himself struggling to rescue those caught in the fire while trying to clear his name.

Releasing on 12 July 2018



Set in 1980s Beirut during the Lebanese Civil War, former US diplomat Mason Skiles (played by Jon Hamm) has to go back into service to rescue a colleague who is being held by a group that was responsible for his own family’s death. Critics have already described the film as “absorbing despite its flaw”, it remains to see what the audience’s verdict will be.

Releasing on 5 July 2018


Text: Suchetana Mukhopadhyay