It‚Äôs heating up across the city, and we‚Äôre trading our al fresco adventures for indoor activities that mean never seeing more than five seconds of sun.
And if you‚Äôre looking to trade in your Netflix series binge-watching for a bigger screen, we‚Äôve rounded up all the big releases in cinemas across the city this month.
Here are our top picks of films in cinemas in Dubai this July.
Ryan Reynolds returns for a second installment of action-packed blockbuster, Deadpool 2 which is out this week. This time around, Deadpool is joining forces with fellow mutants Bedlam, Shatterstar and Domino ‚ÄĒ to protect a boy from the all-powerful Cable.
Despite the fact that it‚Äôs been a decade since the release of the first film, the Parr family are picking up where the debut installment left off. Taking on the Underminder and the Screen Slaver ‚Äď a new techno-savvy evil, it‚Äôs an action-packed adventure that even sees baby Jack-Jack, and his new found super-powers chipping in.
Who doesn‚Äôt remember a playground game of tag? Well, this group of adult friends never stopped playing it. Having played the same game of tag every day for the last 30 years, this cute comedy tells the story of how this childhood game keeps these friends together. Best of all, it‚Äôs based on a true story.
This heist film proves that any job Danny Ocean and his crime crew can pull off, his ex-con sister Debbie (Sandra Bullock) can do with a lot less manpower. Leading a group of seven other talented women, Debbie sets her sights on New York‚Äôs illustrious Met Gala and a diamond necklace worth $150 million.
Set between the events of Captain America: Civil War and Avengers: Infinity War, lead character Scott Lang (Adam Judd) is stuck balancing his home life as a father with his responsibilities as Ant Man under house arrest. When he‚Äôs presented with a new mission, Lang teams up with the new Wasp (Evangeline Lily), to track down the evil Ghost.
The latest installment in the Hotel Transylvania series sees Drac (Adam Sandler) and his daughter Mavis (Selena Gomez) set sail on a cruise. What the duo don‚Äôt know is that it‚Äôs going to lead them right into a strap set by Ericka (Kathryn Hahn), the descendant of famed monster hunter Van Helsing.
The long-awaited sequel to Mamma Mia, the hugely successful musical comedy based on anthology of Abba music, is released this month. Amanda Seyfriend reprises her role as Sophie, who‚Äôs own pregnancy leads her to trace the steps of her mothers journey to motherhood, with a surprise or two along the way.
For those that aren‚Äôt familiar with the Teen Titans Go! franchise, it‚Äôs an animated celebration of all things DC Comics with a funny dose of reality show realness. The film‚Äôs meta-plot focuses on the Super-Kids, led by Robin (Scott Menville), who try to convince a Hollywood director that they too deserve their own superhero movie. Oh, and they take the mickey out of Green Lantern a lot. Sorry, Ryan Reynolds.
Whether you‚Äôve seen every Mission: Impossible film or this latest installment is your first viewing, Mission: Impossible ‚Äď Fallout will leave your mind blown. From super-spy Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise) fighting his nemesis August Walker (Hengry Cavill) while barrelling out of a plane at 30,000 feet, to careening on a motorcycle through narrow Parisian streets without a helmet, you have to constantly remind yourself that this franchise‚Äôs USP is that the actors perform their own stunts.
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