It's already July and right in the middle of summer blockbusters. There are some awesome releases this month and we have them all sorted through for you right here.
Check out what great films are hitting theaters in July. Which ones are you looking forward to?
Horrible Bosses (July 8) - The film follows three friends who all have horrible bosses. They are sadistic, sexually abusive, or just plain mean. The friends decide the only thing that will put them out of their misery is to kill the bosses. They form an elaborate plan to kill each of them with the help of a hitman. This dark comedy stars A-listers Jennifer Aniston, Kevin Spacey, Colin Farrell, Jason Bateman, Charlie Day, and Jason Sudeikis.
Zookeeper (July 8) - Zookeeper Griffin Keyes (Kevin James) isn't very lucky in love. He just keeps striking out, until he meets the woman of his dreams (Rosario Dawson). The animals in Griffin's Zoo decide they need to help their friend and reveal their big secret: They can talk. Now they want to share all their mating rituals and stories to help him catch the woman of his dreams.
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 (July 15) - One of the biggest movies of the year, let alone the summer is set to finally hit theaters. It's the last time we get to join Harry and his friends on their magical adventures. We find Harry still looking for Horcruxes, the pieces of Voldemort's soul he must destroy if he has any chance of finally defeating Voldemort. It all comes down to the final epic battle between good and evil.
Winnie the Pooh (July 15) - The beloved children's character is back in an all-new adventure with Pooh and his friends returning to their roots in the Hundred Acre Wood. This is the first feature-length film based on the classic tale of Winnie the Pooh. Eeyore has lost his tale again, so the gang go on an adventure to find it. They also must save Christopher Robin from the wild 'Backson' who has taken their friend.
Snow Flower and the Secret Fan (July 15) - The film, based on the novel by Lisa See, follows two girls named Snow Flower and Lily who are both isolated from their families and speak to each other using a secret language. They struggle to explain their friendship and try to understand where their past.
Captain America: The First Avenger (July 22) - The film focuses on the early days of the Marvel Universe when Steve Rogers volunteers to participate in an experimental program that turns him into Captain America. As Captain America, he joins forces with Bucky Barnes and Peggy Carter to take on the evil HYDRA organization, lead by Red Skull.
Friends with Benefits (July 22) s of love. However, as anyone who's tried it will tell you, it does lead to complications in the friendship.
Another Earth (July 22) - Rhonda is an astrophysics student, who on the night before she's supposed to go to MIT, she gets into a car accident after drinking, killing an entire family, except one. After spending time in jail, she goes to the only surviving relative to apologize for the accident, but can't do it. She ends up cleaning the man's house to try and make up for what she's done and enters a contest to journey to the other earth, hoping it will give her some insight by meeting her other version.
Cowboys and Aliens (July 29) - The action thriller takes place in the Wild West and sees the merging of two very different types. A cowboy leads an uprising against a species that's out of this world. The film stars Daniel Craig, Harrison Ford, Olivia Wilde, and Sam Rockwell.
Crazy, Stupid, Love (July 29) - After finding out his wife cheated on him, Cal (Steve Carell) is back on the dating market. With the help of playboy Jacob (Ryan Gosling), he learns some of the secrets to dating. But Jacob is having his own problems. He's fallen for one girl in particular (Emma Stone) that gets in the way of his playboy ways.
The Smurfs (July 29) - Trying to get away from the evil wizard, the Smurfs end up right in the middle of New York City. They must find their way back to their home before the evil wizard takes over and destroys everything.
The Devils Double (July 29) - An disturbing look at the life of Saddam Hussein's son Uday through the eyes of Latif, a man who was forced to become the body double for the man. Loosely based on real-life events, the film follows a story of corruption, drugs, rape, and madness.