Wonder Woman may still be dominating the summer box-office, but never fear, yet another superhero epic is here. Spider-Man: Homecoming, the sixth (!) feature film to star the comic-book wall-crawler since 2002, and the first to be set within the larger Marvel Cinematic Universe.
There are plenty of other strong offerings headed to the big screen in July, including a sci-fi –“Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets”. Here are 4 movies you should watch during the rainy in July.
Spider-Man: Homecoming (July 7)
Young Peter Parker returns to live with Aunt May after a wondrous and inspiring experience with the Avengers. He begins to slip into his identity whole-heartedly as Spider-Man under the guidance of Tony Stark but must prove his mettle when the lethal Vulture threatens everything close to him. The time to step up as a real hero seems to have arrived.
War For The Planet Of The Apes (july 14)
The nation of apes is forced to endure terrible loses at the hands of an army led by a cruel colonel. Caught in a state of war, Caesar must go through a dark and deadly fight to seek revenge and save his race. The final gruelling battle will bring the two leaders face-to-face and decide the fate of the species and their time on the planet.
Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets (July 21)
Working in a vein similar to his 1997 hit The Fifth Element, director Luc Besson returns to space for this adaptation of the popular French comic-book series about a couple of heroes (Dane DeHaan and Carla Delevingne) tasked with—what else?—saving the universe.
Dunkirk (July 21)
Turning his attention away from superheroes and science fiction, Christopher Nolan sets his sights on WWII with his latest, which recounts the various land-sea-air efforts to evacuate thousands of troops trapped on the beaches of Dunkirk, France.