Top Films for August


The Inbetweeners 2

How could I not include this? I am such a fan of the TV series and I thought the first film was brilliant. I wasn’t overjoyed when this was announced to be honest, purely because I don’t know how it could possibly top the Malia trip but here we are, and the four boys are back, but this time in Australia. I have managed to keep my expectations low but I desperately want it to be good. Released: 6th August



The Rover

I am just so intrigued by this film. It certainly won’t please everybody but I think this is the movie that will give Robert Pattinson his long-overdue acting credit. This crime drama looks like a thrill ride. Pearce co-stars as a tough loner who is trying to get payback on the people who stole his car. In his pursuit he discovers Ray (Pattinson), the thief’s brother, and they go on a dangerous journey. Sounds so tense! Released: 15th August



What If

I’m a sucker for a romantic drama and was immediately drawn to this because of the leads Daniel Radcliffe and Zoe Kazan (from Ruby Sparks – a must see). It is certainly not something ground-breaking but I know I’m going to eat it up. Radcliffe and Kazan become best friends over the years but the question of romance always lingers, yet she has a longterm boyfriend? So what’s going to happen? Dun, dun, dun! Released: 20th August



Into The Storm

I love a good disaster movie and this one looks insane. Richard Armitage (The Hobbit) and Sarah Wayne Callies (The Walking Dead) team up in a fight for survival when an unprecedented series of tornadoes batters the town of Silverton. The CGI looks slightly on the ridiculous side but I can’t help being excited. Released: 22nd August




Scarlett Johansson kicking ass, would more could you want? She stars as the titular Lucy, who becomes a powerful fearsome machine when the bag of drugs she is smuggling inside her body bursts. Her captors best watch out! Released: 22nd August




Sin City: A Dame to Kill For

A follow-up to the 2005 stylized crime drama, starring so, so many big names. As before, it is a series of separate crime thriller stories captured in that novel black, white with a splash of colour style. Returning is Eva Green, Jessica Alba, Rosario Dawson and Mickey Rourke with new additions including Josh Brolin and Joseph Gordon-Levitt. Released: 29th August

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