Must See Movies: July

We here at Reel Steel care about cinema, and as a result we care that you, our readership are going to see the very best that cinema has to offer.

 

Maggie’s Plan
released July 8th, 2016

Greta Gerwig plays a young and independent New Yorker who decides to have a child on her own.
Things change after meeting John (Ethan Hawke), where she then plans to end his unhappy marriage to Georgette (Julianne Moore), but when it becomes clear that this isn’t what she had hoped for, she hatches a new plan to set things right.

A screwball love-triangle comedy drama, with an unexpectedly bizarre performance from Julianne Moore.

 

The Neon Demon
released July 8th, 2016

A beautiful nightmare set in the LA fashion world, Elle Fanning plays an up-and-coming model trying to survive the wrath of the competition, seeing her personality change in ways she never imagined in this cut-throat world.

Writer and Director Nicolas Winding Refn, as with his best known film to date, Drive, partners once again with soundtrack composer Cliff Martinez, for a film that will no doubt divide audiences.

 

Finding Dory
released July 29th, 2016

A new Pixar feature is always something worthy of attention, and here we have a follow-up to one of their early hits, Finding Nemo.
This story follows Dory, a fish who suffers from short-term memory loss, as she tries to find her own family in the big wide ocean with help from her friends Nemo and Marlin.

Having already broken records for an animated feature on its release in the US, this looks set to be one of the biggest Pixar films to date.

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