10 Movies Which Are Coming Out This Month Which You Should Check Out


This August welcomes you with ten movies that you must catch up!


1. Suicide Squad


Watch out for this movie based on DC comics  on an agency formed by anti heroes from to carry out government missions.​


2. Southside with You


This fact based movie on the US President's first date with his movie might be what you need to get yourself occupied till the end of US Prez elections.


3. Julieta


This movie narrates the coping mechnaism of a mother daughter duo with the death of a loved one and is based on the stories of Alice Munro.


4. Anthropoid:


Based on true story of two soldiers on a mission to assissinate  SS officer Reinhard Heydrich, this film attempts to narrate the accomplishment of these real soldiers


5. Kubo and the Two Strings


Set in ancient Japan, this movie narrates the story of a young boy who tries to fight the Gods and Monsters when a spirit makes life difficult for him.


6. Jason Bourne


This is the fifth installment in the series and Matt Damon and  Paul Greengrass get back to bring viewers to the edge of their seat. Releases  in cinemas on 4 August in Argentina, 5 August in India and 11 August in Germany.


7. Lo and Behold:


Reveries of the Connected World This documentary promises to bring our future dominated by AI and our relationship with machine to a new high.


8. Pete’s Dragon


Watch out for this CG recreation of Disney's classic musical, along the lines of the hits like  The Jungle Book and Cinderella. Released world wide on 11 August.


9. Mia Madre


Mia Madre promises to be a comedy drama which permeates grief of a woman who is on the verge of collapse, stuck between a dying mother and distant teen daughter.


10. Tickled


Prepare to be disturbed by this documentary on young men whose economic situation push them to earn their living by being paid to be tied up and tickled.


Book your tickets at the nearest cinemas and grab some popcorn because it's about to get exicting!

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Vijay Alagar
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Young and Ambitious; Better at Videogames than at life. Works as a creative writer by day, Batman at night.

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