Summer continues to heat up, and so do the movies that come out streaming at the end of each month. There are a lot of great movies coming out of Netflix, Prime Video, Hulu and others in late June or early July, and we’ve picked out a few great movies for you to enjoy at home.
David Lynch’s neo-noir psychological thriller is among the director’s best films, with iconic performances courtesy of Lynch’s frequent collaborators Kyle MacLachlan and Laura Dern, a terrifying twist for Dennis Hopper as the evil Frank Booth and a memorable and heartbreaking performance by Isabella. Rossellini as the troubled room singer Dorothy Vallens. Surreal, sensual, totally captivating and often haunting, Blue Velvet is Lynch at its best. “All Saints Egan.”
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The legal thriller by Todd Haynes (Carol, Safe) was one of the best films of 2019, dramatizing the incredible story of a lawyer who discovers the corruption of a chemical company and fights for the citizens of the city who company polluted. To see also : Uncharted with Tom Holland will hit Netflix in July 2022.
Mark Ruffalo, who also produced the film, plays lawyer Robert Bilott and does a passionate performance as a man facing the system. Haynes brings the story to life through his attention to detail, especially the tactile way in which he depicts Bilott’s work, in a warehouse surrounded by boxes and papers on all sides, digging in the hope of finding something. useful between seemingly miles of data. The cast also includes some of the real people who were affected by the events depicted in the film. “Pete Volk.”
Dark Waters leaves Peacock on June 30th.
An all-time classic for a reason, The Exorcist is as terrifying now as it was when it caused a slight national panic when it premiered in 1973. When a young girl (Linda Blair) begins to behave in a very strange way, the his mother tries anything to get it. Read also : Special Sports Zone: Ole will face Miss Oklahoma in the CWS finals. its help, which leads to … well, you know the title of the movie. The realism of a mother’s desire to keep her daughter safe in an uncontrollable world in the face of a supernatural conflict attracts you from the start and keeps you in control far beyond the end of her two-hour run. —PV
The Exorcist leaves Netflix on July 1st.
Halloween III: Season of the Witch
The best Halloween movie since the original, Season of the Witch is a deliciously insane entry that has almost nothing to do with the original series. There’s no Michael Myers (the only entry in the franchise that doesn’t feature it), and the slasher elements of the rest of the series are discarded for a more supernatural approach based on witchcraft.
Absolutely rule, and it has been a pleasure to see this film get a critical re-evaluation decades later. Tom Atkins (The Fog) plays a troubled doctor who investigates a series of mysterious deaths that appear to be linked to a company that makes Halloween masks. Placing this particular company in the antagonist position allows Season of the Witch to question how products are marketed to children, culminating in a mind-boggling conclusion. —PV
Halloween III: The witch season leaves Peacock on June 30th.
The sci-fi romantic drama Her stars Joaquin Phoenix as Theodore Twombly, an introvert who falls in love with an artificial intelligence operating system named Samantha (Scarlett Johansson). Set in a strange future only partially away from our present, Spike Jonze’s cinematic ode to the intersecting forces of love and technology is a humorous and emotional experience, the poignant clarity of which will be with you long after. let it end. -HAS
How Green Was My Valley
I recently mentioned it on our list of some of our favorite work movies, so I’ll make it brief. How Green Was My Valley may be the best film by one of our best filmmakers, John Ford, which offered a poignant depiction of humanity struggling and triumphing over the centuries. This film is also the answer to the trivia question “What did Citizen Kane win for best film?” And I tell you, dear reader: no mistake was made that day. —PV
How Green Was My Valley leaves the Criterion Channel on June 30th.
How to Train Your Dragon
The whole How to Train Your Dragon trilogy is solid as rock from front to back, but there’s something especially special about the first one. The epic fantasy series follows a group of Vikings, who, in the first film, find themselves in a constant battle with dragons. Misfit Hiccup finds a wounded dragon and, instead of killing him, begins to train the Valencian creature and joins him deeply. It is a story of marginalized people who are among themselves and show that generational prejudices are wrong against all odds. The soundtrack is phenomenal, the story a perfect combination of fun and poignant, and the character designs are amazing, especially the dragons. Dreamworks might have made these creatures look the same as all the other dragons out there, but they’re all so different and fun to watch in action. Of course, Toothless remains the best kid of all. —Petrana Radulovic
How to Train Your Dragon leaves Netflix on July 1st.
Knight and Day
Knight and Day is a “weird couple” comedy about a woman (Cameron Diaz) who makes a friend on a flight (Tom Cruise), only to discover that she is a secret agent (and, of course, mingling in her adventures). Directed by James Mangold (Logan, Ford v Ferrari), Knight and Day is a fun action comedy that draws heavily on the abundant charisma of its stars. It has since been remade in India as Bang Bang in Hindi !, starring Hrithik Roshan and Katrina Kaif. —PV
Knight and Day leaves Peacock on June 30th.
Paths of Glory
This first Stanley Kubrick film is one of the most poignant anti-war films ever made, anchored by Kubrick’s evocative camera work and the unforgettable performances of Kirk Douglas and the rest of the cast. Douglas plays Colonel Dax, a French officer in command of World War I who rejects orders from his superiors to launch an attack that would surely lead to the destruction of his entire unit. After his refusal, Dax and a few selected soldiers are tried for treason. Dax, who was a pre-war criminal defense attorney, has to defend his lives in front of a panel of his seemingly apathetic superiors. —PV
Paths of Glory comes out of Prime Video on June 30th.
Maureen (Kristen Stewart) works as a personal buyer for a supermodel, trying on (and occasionally buying) clothes, shoes, and jewelry for someone other than herself. Maureen is also desperately waiting to hear from her late twin brother, Lewis. The two brothers, both spiritual mediums, made a pact that whoever died first would send a signal to the other from beyond. After Maureen receives a mysterious series of text messages that she believes (or waits for?) Are from Lewis, her twin lives intersect in a beautiful and haunting ghost story. The second collaboration between Stewart and director Olivier Assayas after Clouds of Sils Maria, Personal Shopper won Assayas the Best Director award at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival and for good reason. —PV
Personal Shopper leaves Hulu on June 30th.
Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man Trilogy
Sam Raimi’s latest Marvel movie is already streaming, so why not review its first three?
The original Spider-Man trilogy is joined by a fantastic cast, its strong moral arc, Raimi’s sense of terror, and certainly a bit of nostalgia. For my money, it’s still the pinnacle of live-action superhero cinema, and you should take the opportunity to review them before they come out of playback.
And yes, I include the third film here. I know; it’s not as strong as the first two, but I encourage you to give it another try! Spider-Man 3 is actually a rather interesting character study of Peter Parker as a shitty boy who has let the events of the first two films go through his head (and the often memo sequence of Emo Peter it’s hilarious, actually). Just, eh, don’t worry about all the Venom stuff in the third act (or better yet, the whole third act). —PV
Sam Rami’s Spider-Man trilogy comes out of Peacock on June 30th.
The Social Network
One of the best movies of the 21st century hits Netflix in early July, so if you’ve never seen David Fincher’s masterful story of the dawn of Facebook, there’s no better time than the present. Helped by a strong Aaron Sorkin script, Fincher groups all of this into a delicate portrait of people who think they’re smarter than you (and know they’re richer). —PV
The social network leaves Netflix on July 2nd.
Filmed entirely with iPhone cameras, Sean Baker’s 2015 dramatic comedy Tangerine follows Sin-Dee (Kitana Kiki Rodriguez) and Alexandra (Mya Taylor), two trans sex workers who set out to find Chester (James Ransone), Sin-Dee’s boyfriend / pimp. , and get to the bottom of a salty rumor that tricked her while she was serving a 28-day stay in prison. Set on Christmas Eve and filmed entirely on the streets of Los Angeles, Tangerine is a raw, surprisingly startling, poignant, heartbreaking, and absolutely captivating experience that offers an affective insight into the emotional trials and tribulations of sex work while constructing a portrait of Los Angeles. Los Angeles. Angels in all their chaos splendor. -HAS
Tangerine leaves Netflix on July 1st.
James Caan (The Godfather) stars in Michael Mann’s 1981 neo-noir police thriller Thief as Frank, a former convict and ex-convict who wants to leave his life behind as a career criminal and start a family. Unfortunately, everything comes out the window when a rival criminal organization scams Frank on his part for a major diamond theft, forcing him to take on one last job. As Frank gets closer and closer to realizing his elevated vision of the American dream, he will have to fight with shady partners and opportunistic mobsters to get out of it alive. Thief would be the jewel of the lone crown in the career of any other director. At Mann’s, the film is a masterful debut and forerunner of an exceptional career of criminal thrillers that define the genre. With an inimitably brilliant lead performance by Caan, a dazzling 80s Chicago night photography by Donald Thorin and an impressive score courtesy of Tangerine Dream, Thief is an electrifying film and a must-see. -HAS
Thief leaves Prime Video on June 29th.
According to Netflix, Stranger Things is one of the most popular original series. The gang of 80’s kids who are addicted to role-playing games Dungeons & amp; Dragons and who have to deal with terrifying threats manages to please several generations of spectators.
What are the top 10 movies on demand?
The 10 best movies on the menu
- Beautiful creatures. …
- Safe shelter. …
- Secondary effects. …
- The last bastion. …
- Silver Linings game book. …
- Broken city. …
- Atlas of the clouds. A single story that unfolds over multiple timelines over 500 years. …
- Django unleashed. Winner of 2 Academy Awards, including Best Original Screenplay.
Whats #1 on Netflix right now?
|#||TV (English)||Hours seen|
|1||Strange things 4||102,260,000|
|2||Peaky Blinders: Season 6||61,360,000|
|3||First Kill: Season 1||48,770,000|
|4||Strange things 3||38,900,000|
Is there anything better than Netflix?
What is the best alternative to Netflix? Hulu is ZDNet’s No. 1 recommendation. We’ve analyzed the best streaming services based on price, original content, variety of shows and movies, live TV options, simultaneous streaming, advertising policy, and more to find the best alternatives for cynics. of Netflix.
Which company will replace Netflix? Now that most of Netflix’s revenue is generated through digital distribution, new rivals have entered, such as Amazon Prime and Hulu, as well as traditional television media such as HBO and CBS.
Which movie streaming service is best?
Netflix. Netflix has no equal in terms of original movie releases. Support for high-end transmission specifications to its top plan adds to the attractiveness of the service.
Which website is better than Netflix?
1. Amazon Prime Video. Amazon Prime Video lets you rent or buy digital copies of movies, as well as buy digital episodes or seasons of successful TV shows (including those on HBO).
Quelle est la série la plus longue du monde ?
Haine et Passion (1952) Record of the longest series. Haine et Passion (or Guiding Light in original version), with 15,762 episodes and 56 broadcast stations from 1952 to 2009 on the American network CBS, or 57 years of existence!