Top 7 Thrilling Movies Coming To Theatres This Summer

June 22, 2024

Blockbuster movies, vacations, and sunshine are all associated with summertime!

This year, fans of mind-bending psychological games, heart-pounding action, and fascinating mysteries should expect an exciting ride. Put these top 7 new movies in theaters on your calendars and be ready for an exciting journey that will not disappoint.

1. Kind of Kindness

Emma Stone and Yorgos Lanthimos, who starred in Poor Things, are back with a new film, a “triptych fable,” that smashes together reflections on love and faith, just months after winning numerous Oscars, including Best Actress. Unlike The Favorite or The Lobster, Lanthimos shot the film in multiple locations throughout New Orleans. The ensemble cast, which includes Stone, Jesse Plemons, Willem Dafoe, Margaret Qualley, Hunter Schafer, and Hong Chau, all play distinct characters in what appears to be one of his more grounded attempts. However, critics have described Stone and the film as “aggressive” and “surreal,” so fans shouldn’t worry that they are softening.  

2. The Watchers

The first feature movie directed by M. Night Shyamalan’s daughter Ishana, The Watchers, follows a younger girl who ventures deep into the woods and ends up trapped in a peculiar residence that’s supposedly determined by using mysterious creatures. Every day, the residence’s occupants must line up as much as possible using the creatures, leading to some genuinely terrifying scenes if the trailer is to be believed. The movie stars Dakota Fanning and is based on a novel by A.M. Shine.

3. Bad Boys: Ride OR Die


You’d be forgiven for being skeptical of the fourth entry of an action franchise that started in the mid-’90s, but that simply tells me you didn’t watch Bad Boys for Life. Directing duo Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah (now additionally known for their shelved Batgirl film) took the mantle of Michael Bay’s pal cop franchise. It ran with it, handing over one of the excellent legacy sequels in an era packed with them and making the chance of a fourth film completely thrilling.

4. Hitman

Glen Powell is undoubtedly one of our best movie stars, and there’s no higher evidence of it than his new Netflix film Hit Man. Directed using Richard Linklater, Hit Man tells the tale of Gary (Powell), a slight-mannered nerd who participates in police sting operations to arrest individuals seeking to lease settlement killers. 

Gary does his element by mimicking anything he thinks his cutting-edge goal’s perfect murderer might appear like — which leads to Powell donning a few hilarious disguises, wigs, and accents. Everything is swimmingly until he gets too near someone he’s alleged to assist set up, leading to excellent comedy and a few actual threats.

5. Descendants: The Rise Of Red

If you know Disney best for theatrical blockbusters, you can effortlessly neglect one of its biggest franchises: The Descendants. This July, the “What if Disney villains’ children went to high school together?” series graduates to the Disney Plus massive leagues with a tentpole occasion movie that reveals Red (Kylie Cantrall) fending off a coup staged with the aid of her mom, the Queen of Hearts, via time-journeying again to earlier than her villainous flip. Yes, it’s the Disney Channel model of Terminator, and Brandy is returned as Cinderella.

6. Inside Out 2

Pixar takes on… Anxiety! Also, embarrassment, lethargy, and envy are the vast, self-aware feelings of being a youngster. Joy and the relaxation of the crowd from the authentic movie confront those new feelings in the morning that Riley goes to a hockey camp, which would decide her social popularity in high school all the time (or so anxiety could have them assume). How do these new emoticons fit in with what we recognize of the Inside Out global? Guess we’ll discover on a zany new trip into Riley’s internal mind.

7. Kill

I’ve been waiting all year for this movie in the theater, having heard great things about it from the festival circuit. With its darkly violent action thriller, Kill attempts to upend American perceptions of popular Bollywood films.

A commando (Lakshya) and his companion embark on a thrilling journey to reunite with the man’s lover, who was taken away before an arranged marriage. Set aboard a train to Delhi, the movie is a rollercoaster of surprises and harsh action as bandits attack the duo. What’s more, it defies the norms of ‘masala films’ with its absence of musical sequences. 
So, there’s an exciting journey waiting for you this summer, with new movies in theaters ranging in genres from emotional drama to action-packed thrillers. Set the lights down, grab some popcorn, and be ready to get gripped from start to finish!


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