The Best Movies Released This Summer Break

Well, with the 2019 summer break coming to a close now I think its time we look back on some of the top films that were released to us this summer and the top picks for anyone who hasn’t seen them yet. This list is not in any particular order as we are not ranking them here, just showing you our favourite movies that were released this summer.

Fast & Furious: Hobbs & Shaw

Long-time rivals Luke Hobbs and Deckard Shaw have to finally come face to face to work together to take down a chemical enhanced human known as Brixton as they try and stop him from unleashing a deadly virus which could wipe out half of the population. During the journey, they also have to save Deckard’s sister as she has something which Brixton wants.

This movie is by far one of the best action films I have seen in a while. With its endless action throughout based on the style of the fight scenes and car chases in the Fast franchise and its perfectly added in comedy throughout it just makes it that much greater. I highly recommend this movie to anyone who enjoys on the seat action and being transported to a whole other world where the adventure never stops. Along with the addition of a few great guest star cameos such as the wonderful comedic scenes from Kevin Heart.

Spider-Man: Far From Home

Peter Parker and his classmates take a vacation to Europe when suddenly things start turning serious when Nick Fury shows up and asks him to be apart of stopping these elemental creatures which have been showing up around the world. To aid him on his journey, Mysterio becomes Peter’s partner in crime for the battle and aids him in any way possible.

One of every Marvel fans favourites this year. It delivered everything fantastically with humorous parts (of course, it is Spider-Man after all), new character developments with a new original storyline and as well as various plot twists and huge spoilers to look forward too. Throughout the film, Peter Parker resembles the character of Iron Man (Tony Stark) which is significant as he copes with his loss throughout and shares the same mission and his personality.

The Lion King (2019)

Simba, the son of the King of the animal kingdom Mufasa, embarks on his journey to becoming the next King. Mufasa’s brother Scar, however, has other ideas and plans to overthrow the King which leads to Simba running away. As he returns with his friends, he plans to retake his home to become King himself to follow in the footsteps of his father.

How can we not include the remastered Disney masterpiece which is The Lion King. The 21st century remastered graphics give it a more immersive feel to it and gives you the sense as if you are there with Simba on his journey all the way through. At points, it feels like you are no longer watching a movie about a lion growing up and facing the challenges that await him but are now watching an animal documentary as the scenes showing the animal kingdom really do come alive like never before.

Angel Has Fallen

Agent Mike Banning has returned to protecting the President whilst he is on vacation when all of a sudden they are attacked by drones. Banning is arrested for the attempted assassination of the President even though he was framed. He must now escape capture, the FBI and his own agency to find out who framed him and how really tried to kill the President.

This newest edition to the Fallen series brings to us a new original adventure never before seen in the series. With the more in-depth adventure with the sole purpose of finding out who really framed him and who tried to kill the President gives us the real proper feel off an action film. Another great thing which is good to see in a sequel is that they are numerous storyline and character developments along the way with returning cast members. This edition is unlike any of the previous movies this one’s storyline is completely different in some ways which do give us something new to experience in the series and keep us entertained all the way through.

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