July 2024 Movies Coming to the Philippines

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July 2024 movies: Get ready for an exciting lineup of films hitting Philippine cinemas this July 2024, promising a diverse array of genres and captivating stories for every movie enthusiast. From highly anticipated blockbusters to thought-provoking indie gems, the upcoming month offers something for everyone’s cinematic taste. Whether you’re drawn to pulse-pounding action, heartwarming dramas, spine-chilling horror, or laugh-out-loud comedies, July promises to deliver an unforgettable movie-going experience across theaters nationwide.

With a mix of international releases and locally produced films, July 2024 marks a vibrant period for Philippine cinema, showcasing both established filmmakers and emerging talents. Audiences can look forward to exploring new worlds, encountering memorable characters, and engaging with narratives that reflect a rich tapestry of cultures and perspectives. As theaters prepare to welcome back eager movie buffs, July stands poised to be a month of cinematic delight, offering an escape into the magic of storytelling on the silver screen.

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*Schedules are subject to change without prior notice.*

July 2024 Movies

July 3 – Despicable Me 4 (Universal Pictures International) 

Stars: Steve Carrell, Kristen Wiig, Will Ferrell, Sofia Vergara, Miranda Cosgrove, Dana Gaier, Madison Polan, Joey King, Stephen Colbert, Chloe Fineman, Pierre Coffin, Steve Coogan Directed by: Chris Renaud

In “Despicable Me 4,” the beloved franchise embarks on an exciting new chapter with Gru (Steve Carell), Lucy (Kristen Wiig), and their spirited daughters – Margo, Edith, and Agnes – embracing the arrival of Gru Jr., a mischievous addition to the family who delights in testing his father’s patience.

However, their familial bliss is swiftly disrupted when Gru finds himself confronting a formidable new adversary, Maxime Le Mal (Will Ferrell), and his seductive accomplice Valentina (Sofia Vergara). As tensions escalate, the Gru family is thrust into a high-stakes adventure, forcing them to embark on a daring escapade to safeguard their unity and evade capture.

July 10 – Fly Me to the Moon (Columbia Pictures)

Stars: Scarlett Johansson, Channing Tatum, Jim Rash, Ray Romano, Woody Harrelson. Directed by: Greg Berlanti

Starring Scarlett Johansson and Channing Tatum, “Fly Me To The Moon” unfolds as a sharp, stylish comedy-drama set amidst NASA’s ambitious Apollo 11 moon landing. Tasked with revitalizing NASA’s public image, marketing guru Kelly Jones (Johansson) arrives on the scene, adding a new layer of complexity to launch director Cole Davis’s (Tatum) already daunting responsibilities.

As tensions mount and sparks fly between them, the pressure intensifies when the White House mandates a contingency plan: Jones must orchestrate a simulated moon landing as a failsafe measure. With the countdown ticking down, the lines between reality and illusion blur, setting the stage for a gripping and unpredictable mission that will test their ingenuity and resolve.

July 10 – Marupok A+ (Where is the Lie?) (Ayala Malls Cinemas exclusive) 

Stars: EJ Jallorina, Royce Cabrera, Maris Racal. Directed by: Quark Henares

Based on a true viral Twitter saga, “Marupok A+ (Where is the Lie?)” delves into the tumultuous journey of Janzen Torres (EJ Jallorina), a hopeless romantic who dives into the world of online dating and discovers Theo Balmaceda (Royce Cabrera), seemingly the perfect match. However, Janzen’s hopes are dashed when Theo ghosts him on their first date, unraveling a complex tapestry of deceit, lies, and catfishing.

At the heart of it all is the manipulative Beanie Landridos (Maris Racal), a sociopathic mastermind orchestrating Janzen’s emotional turmoil with calculated precision. As Janzen navigates this web of deception, he uncovers shocking truths that challenge his perceptions of love, trust, and self-discovery.

July 17 – Twisters (Warner Bros. Pictures) 

Stars: Daisy Edgar-Jones, Glen Powell, Anthony Ramos, David Corenswe. Directed by: Lee Isaac Chung 

From the producers behind the iconic Jurassic Park, Bourne, and Indiana Jones franchises comes “Twisters,” a contemporary continuation of the 1996 blockbuster “Twister.” Daisy Edgar-Jones leads the cast as Kate Cooper, a former storm chaser haunted by a traumatic tornado encounter during her college years. Now based in the safety of New York City, Kate studies storm patterns on screens until her friend Javi persuades her to join him in testing a revolutionary new tracking system back in the open plains.

There, she encounters Tyler Owens (Glen Powell), a charismatic and daring social media sensation who thrives on broadcasting his adrenaline-fueled storm-chasing escapades with his adventurous crew, always seeking out the most perilous storms for the thrill of it. As Kate and Tyler’s worlds collide, they find themselves navigating not only the treacherous storms but also the turbulent dynamics of their own pasts and ambitions.

July 31 – Trap (Warner Bros. Pictures) 

Stars: Josh Hartnett, Ariel Donoghue, Saleka Shyamalan, Hayley Mills, Allison Pil. Directed by: M. Night Shyamalan

In the chilling new thriller “Trap” from visionary director M. Night Shyamalan, Josh Hartnett stars as a father who takes his teenage daughter, played by Ariel Donoghue, to a seemingly routine pop concert, only to find themselves ensnared in a web of darkness and intrigue.

Joined by a talented cast including Saleka Shyamalan, Hayley Mills, and Allison Pill, “Trap” unravels a gripping tale where ordinary events take a sinister turn, forcing its characters to confront their deepest fears and unravel the mysteries that surround them. As tensions escalate and secrets unfold, “Trap” promises to keep audiences on the edge of their seats with its trademark twists and psychological intensity.

*Schedules are subject to change without prior notice.*

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