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Here's What's Coming To The Cinema In July

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    Welcome to Refinery29's home of all things coming to the big screen near you this July. It's our usual instalment of all the choicest flicks running over the next four weeks.

    Because the cinema is basically Netflix but you look more social because you have to actually leave the house, we thought we'd also give you some SparkNotes so you can look super cultured as you lure your housemates to join you in your new life off the sofa.

    Whether you're trying to impress your new love interest or you're attempting to broaden your filmic repertoire beyond Mean Girls and White Chicks, here are the films that are worth the £10+ fee. Kinda.

    *We can not be held accountable for any dud-date movie choices.


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    Absolutely Fabulous The Movie – July 1

    Sure to be as trashy as it is fabulous, your favourite terrible twosome (walking nicotine factory Patsy and perma-fashion victim Eddie) are back and as frivolous as ever. This time they're forced to flee to the French Riviera after accidentally knocking Kate Moss into the Thames at a fashion party.

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    Now You See Me – July 4

    Starring Jesse Eisenberg, Mark Ruffalo, Woody Harrelson, Dave Franco, Lizzy Caplan, Jay Chou, Michael Caine and Morgan Freeman. Atlas (Jesse Eisenberg) heads a crew of talented illusionists called the Four Horsemen who steal from the rich and corrupt and give to the poor. Ocean's Eleven meets Robin Hood.

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    The Legend Of Tarzan – July 6

    The most chest-banging, tree-swingingly fun epic blockbuster of the summer starring a ripped Alexander Skarsgård and Margot Robbie in lots of ripped clothes. The original tale... but not as you know it.

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    Weiner – July 8

    If you see one documentary this summer, see Sundance favourite Weiner. A documentary about disgraced Congressman Anthony Weiner who attempted to make a comeback in 2013 with a campaign for New York City mayor, before everything unravels, again.

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    Ghostbusters – July 11

    The team are back, boiler-suited and booted, but this time it's an all-girl gang. Expect lots of gags from the cast made up of Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig, Kate McKinnon and Leslie Jones. Oh and they save the world while they're at it too.