YESTERDAY (05 JULY)
Jack Malik is a struggling singer-songwriter from Lowestoft who is supported by his manager and childhood friend Ellie. After Jack is hit by a bus during a global blackout, he discovers that no one else on Earth remembers the Beatles anymore. He then begins performing their songs and claiming that he wrote them.
STUBER (12 JULY)
A mild-mannered Uber driver named Stu picks up a grizzled detective who is hot on the trail of a sadistic, bloodthirsty terrorist. Before long he finds himself thrust into a harrowing ordeal where he has to keep his wits, himself unharmed, and work with his passenger all while maintaining his high-class rating.
CHILD’S PLAY (12 JULY)
After moving to a new city, young Andy Barclay receives a special present from his mother in the form of a seemingly innocent Buddi doll that quickly becomes his best friend. When the doll suddenly takes on a life of its own, however, Andy has to unite with other neighborhood children to stop the sinister toy from wreaking havoc.
THE LION KING (21 JULY)
Simba, the son of Mufasa and the Prince of the Pride Lands, hopes to follow in his father’s footsteps. Mufasa’s brother, Scar, plots to betray Mufasa and take over the Pride Lands, forcing Simba into exile, where he meets Timon and Pumbaa. The film follows the epic journey Simba and his friends undertake to help rebuild himself fully so that he can take back what is rightfully his.
SKIN (19 JULY)
Based on the 2012 MSNBC documentary, Bryon Widner was one of the FBI’s most sought after white supremacists. Covered in racist tattoos from head to toe that he earned performing hate crimes, he conducts a destructive life and is headed down the path of no return. When he meets Julie and her three young daughters from previous relationships, however, the responsibilities of fatherhood give him the desire to leave the movement behind.
THE BEST OF ENEMIES (26 JULY)
Ann Atwater (Taraji P. Henson), a civil rights activist in Durham, North Carolina, battles with the Ku Klux Klan (KKK) leader C. P. Ellis (Sam Rockwell) for a decade until 1971 when the two agree to co-chair a two-week community meeting to deal with a court-ordered school desegregation decree. The result will change both of their lives.
THE CURRENT WAR (26 JULY)
Starring Benedict Cumberbatch as Thomas Edison and Michael Shannon as George Westinghouse, The Current War is the epic story of the cutthroat competition between the greatest inventors of the industrial age over whose electrical system would power the new century. Backed by J.P. Morgan, Edison dazzles the world by lighting Manhattan. But Westinghouse, aided by Nikola Tesla, has seen fatal flaws in Edison’s direct current design. Igniting a war of currents, Westinghouse and Tesla bet everything on risky and dangerous alternating current.
MIDSOMMAR (26 JULY)
A young American couple, played by Florence Pugh and Jack Reynor, fly to a rural town in Sweden for a once-in-a-lifetime midsummer festival after experiencing a death in the family. Not long after the couple’s arrival, their trip unfolds into a hallucinatory nightmare when the visitors are invited to drink some sort of concoction that seemingly screws with their perception of time.