The cinema section of Netflixafter some ups and downs, takes us in a month that seems to be promising, especially thanks to the arrival of two original products as thick as The Monster Of The Seas And The Gray Man. The fantastic completes the picture Dinner With Murder – Knives Out, which if you have not already seen it you will absolutely have to recover. In addition to these three titles, original productions mixed with classics of the past will arrive as usual, and given the variety of the offer we are sure that you will find a way to find what is right for you.
Dinner With A Crime – Knives Out (4 July 2022)
In the review of Knives Out we had no doubts: this is a film not only successful from the point of view of direction and writing, but also well interpreted, in an almost perfect framework that lovers of the genre cannot miss. Rian Johnsonafter the controversial step taken in the world of Star Wars, he managed to package a brilliant and well-conceived film, through a modern Poirot and an always interesting investigation.
For the uninitiated, the story starts with the killing of Harlan Thrombey (Christopher Plummer), which starts a hunt for the killer that takes place entirely inside the family villa where the members of the same were invited, in a well packaged and managed whodunit. Finally, the cast includes, among others: Chris Evans, Jamie Lee Curtis, Ana de ArmasAnd Daniel Craigin an absolutely recommended film.
The Monster of the Seas (8 July 2022)
From the director of Oceania And Big Hero 6 Chris Williams, a new animated film arrives on Netflix, which promises to transport us to a fantasy world populated by fearsome and impressive creatures.
In fact, the Monster of the Seas sees the explorer Jacob Holland intent on plowing the seas fighting the terrible creatures that populate him, and when young Maisie Brumble sees her ship, she clandestinely embarks on board to follow in the footsteps of the famous captain. The two form a friendship that will grow over time as they prepare to experience an unforgettable adventure of scary sea creatures and great buried treasures.
The Gray Man (July 22, 2022)
Action thriller directed by Anthony and Joe Russo, based on the 2009 novel written by Mark Greaney. The plot is all about Court Gentry (Ryan Gosling), who works for the CIA thanks to his incredible skills, and will find himself forced to leave the agency after discovering some secrets that should have remained so. But Court won’t be able to quit his job that easily, e he will be hunted down by several agents, ready to do anything to silence him forever.
The cast of the film features big names, including Chris Evans, Ana de Armas, Jessica Henwick, Regé-Jean Page, Wagner Moura, Julia Butters, Dhanush, Alfre Woodard, and Billy Bob Thornton. The Gray Man seems to have all the potential to stand out from next month’s offerings, and we can’t wait to be able to watch this thrilling new thriller, which carries various expectations.
All other movies coming to Netflix in July 2022
The Cult Of Chucky (July 1, 2022)
Written and directed by Don Mancini, Il Culto Di Chucky is the seventh film in the saga The Killer Doll, in which the blood will flow again in rivers. In addition to Chucky, other evil dolls are also present this time, and humans are warned: they are not just toys.
The Wind Of Forgiveness (1 July 2022)
Based on Mark Spragg’s novel An Unfinished Life, and directed by Lasse HallströmIl Vento del Perdono boasts a great cast, in which they are present Robert Redford, Morgan Freeman and Jennifer Lopez. The film’s story revolves around a ranch run by two old friends, but everything changes when unexpected guests show up at their door looking for help.
Konga (1 July 2022)
B-movie focused on a giant gorilla intent on sowing panic Among the people, Konga is certainly not one of the best exponents of the genre, for a film released in ’61 that has not stood the test of time.
The Damage (1 July 2022)
Directed by Louis Malle, Il Danno stars a respectable British doctor and politician who suddenly comes overwhelmed by the passion for his son’s girlfriendin a situation that will precipitate very quickly, overwhelming the lives of all those involved.
The City Will Be Destroyed At Dawn (July 1, 2022)
In the review of The City Will Be Destroyed at Dawn of ’73 we described one more successful experiments than Romero, and in this 2010 remake directed by Breck Eisner we find the same anxious atmospheres that characterized the original. Despite some shortcomings, the film is able to keep the tension high, thrilling and captivating the viewer after bringing it into a town that, in a short time, will never be the same again.
Dance Hall (1 July 2022)
Charles Crichton directs an opera in which the protagonists, to escape the work routine, they seek solace in the dancewhich gives them not only lightheartedness, but also many emotions.
The Eternal Conflict (1 July 2022)
Drama film of 1948 directed by Georges Lampin, which revolves around the figure of a teacher who seeks a job in a circus to get out of his everyday life. The choice will bring heavy aftermath, and the man will find himself in the middle of another rather uncomfortable situation.
The Fire Of Justice (1 July 2022)
In the Forsaken review, we pointed out how Jon Cassar had failed to impress, even in spite of an absolutely focused cast. The result is a fairly engaging western that, unfortunately, struggles to find its own way, proposing too derivative a story.
El Dios De Madera (2 July 2022)
A story about immigration focused on the sacrifices of its protagonists, who too often ends up taking inspiration from other works of the same genre, and struggles to propose something new while allowing reflection on important issues.
18% Gray (3 July 2022)
Zack, a photographer recently left by his wife, seeks solace on a trip from London to Berlin, and will understand that deep down he himself does not know himself as well as he thinks.
The Broken Hearts Gallery (4 July 2022)
Natalie Krinsky directs a film that sees Lucy, the protagonist of the story, ready to leave after a relationship that ended badly. To react to the broken heart, Lucy opens an art gallery focused on the pain caused by lovebut this exhibition will make her meet a special person.
Fast & Feel Love (July 6, 2022)
After breaking up, a man finds himself forced to come to terms with himself, after years of getting help with just about anything. Now is the time to act and react, but there will be moments of panic and fun.
From Hello to Goodbye (6 July 2022)
Talia Ryder and Jordan Fisher play two teenagers, in a story focused both on their relationship and on the problems that adolescence brings with it. Da Ciao ad Addio is a romantic comedy that promises to combine laughter and emotions, and even if the premises do not seem so original, the film will still try to have its say to carve out its space.
Incantation (July 8, 2022)
Taiwanese horror filmed in style found footage, which promises to terrify the viewer thanks to a dark and tense atmosphere. Kevin Ko will direct, for a story that seems to recall The Ringsince at the center of the main story there is a damn video. Will Incantation be able to propose something innovative, or will it fall into clichés and scenes already seen?
Dangerous Relationships (8 July 2022)
Célène is a girl who, compared to her peers, loves reading much more than social media, but once she moves to the new school she falls victim to a cruel bet. Two of Célène’s new companions are indeed very popular, and will set up a very dangerous game.
Jewel – Timeless Love (July 8, 2022)
A woman visiting a massacre memorial forms a relationship with a local girl, but something goes wrong. The union of the two brings back old memories and violenceand moving forward will not be easy at all.
The Impossible Choice (July 9, 2022)
Ivan Coletta he decides to help justice by dismantling the criminal organization in which she was, but not everything will go the right way, and her choice could backfire.
Isolerad (10 July 2022)
A boy seeks tranquility by changing apartments, but his expectations will be disappointed, since his neighbors don’t seem to have good intentions.
Unfriended: Dark Web (11 July 2022)
In the Dark Web review, we referred to this thriller / horror as a computer screen film, as it is almost entirely relegated to the view that computers give of the protagonists. The latter find themselves trapped in a nightmare linked to the dark web, and soon they will begin to receive threats and blackmail, which will put their lives at risk.
Malnazidos – In Death Valley (11 July 2022)
Zombie movie directed by Javier Ruiz Caldera and Alberto De Toro, in which the actors Miki Esparbe, Aura Garrido, Luis Callejo, Alvaro Cervantes, Jesus Carroza, Dafnis Balduz, Sergio Torrico, Manuel Llunell, Mouad Gazhouan and Maria Botto participate. At the heart of the plot of Malnazidos is there a Nazi experiment gone wrongand the protagonists will have to team up to eradicate the terrible threat.
For Jojo (July 11, 2022)
Jojo is about to get married, but her friend and companion in adventure Paula doesn’t accept the situation, and will do anything to sabotage the marriage. Will Jojo be able to celebrate the wedding? Or will Paula’s friendship and second thoughts take over?
Under the Amalfi Sun (13 July 2022)
The sequel to Under the sun of Riccione is ready to make us live another summer full of fun, taking us to the splendid Amalfi coast, where we will follow the holidays of Vincenzo, Camilla, Furio, Irene and Lucio. As for the cast, we find: Lorenzo Zurzolo, Ludovica Martino, Davide Calgaro, Kyshan Wilson, Nicolas Maupas, Isabella Ferrari and Luca Ward, in a film directed by Martina Pastori and written by Enrico Vanzina.
Persuasion (July 15, 2022)
Eight years after their first meeting, Anne Elliot meets the man she was in love with again, and after not marrying him in the past due to the boy’s humble origins, she is now ready to change her mind. Persuasion is a film going to adapt a story by Jane Austenand will try to do justice to the original work by giving the right thickness to its characters.
Live Is Life (July 18, 2022)
The transition to the adult world is approaching, e five friends try to enjoy what could be one of their last carefree holidays together. In the meantime, the first thoughts about the future begin to make their way, and the kids will find themselves making the first difficult decisions of their life.
My Band Plays Pop (20 July 2022)
Fausto Brizzi directs a comedy that leads us to follow the reunion of a pop group of the 80s now forgotten, the Popcorn. This, formed by Tony (Christian De Sica), Jerry (Paolo Rossi), Lucky (Massimo Ghini) and Micky (Angela Finocchiaro)sees them reunite after being hired by a Russian tycoon, but behind the scenes there are far more troubling secondary intentions.
A Past To Erase (July 27, 2022)
Manuela Pipa Pelari is no longer able to support her work as a detective, including the many compromises she has had to accept over time to keep her job. Because of this, she moves out of her job, but the past seems to haunt herand even in the new town a trail of blood will force her to get back to work.