Movies in Theaters July 24 2015

Movies In Theatres July 24 2015

There are three new movies in theaters July 24 2015. One of those films has a chance at knocking off last weeks number one film Ant Man.

Hey everyone its Friday and that means there are three new movies that will be landing at your local movie theatre. I would say this week there are no must see movies that you need to run to the cineplex to see right away but there is definitely some potential for these movies for me when they come out on DVD.

Pixels – PG13

There is only one film this week that could possibly give last weeks number one film Ant Man a run for its money and that is Pixels. The film which stars Adam Sandler and Kevin James will certainly take a bite of the family audience from Ant Man but will it be enough to take that top spot.  The film focuses on two childhood friends who must come together to fight off aliens who have misinterpreted video feeds of classic arcade games such as Donkey Kong and Pac-Man as a declaration of war. Pixels currently has a 19% Rotten Tomatoes Rating and 5.9 out of 10 on IMDB.

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SouthPaw – R

Jake Gyllenhaal returns to the big screen in this latest endeavor that focuses on the life of a boxer. Tragedy strikes his family and ultimately in order to get his life back on track he must turn to a former fighter turned trainer played by Forrest Whitaker. Southpaw currently has a 52% Rotten Tomatoes Rating and 8.2 out of 10 on IMDB.

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Paper Towns – PG13

The third film making its debut this weekend is from John Green, the author of The Fault in our Stars; whose latest book Paper Towns gets its cinematic debut. The film focuses on two characters Quentin and Margo. She has recently stolen Quentin’s heart, but soon disappears and Quentin along with his buddies set out on a mission to find her with the help of some cryptic clues that she left behind. Paper Towns currently has a 75% Rotten Tomatoes Rating and 7 out of 10 on IMDB.

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Thats a look at three of the films that make their debut this weekend in theaters. Now lets go to the movies.

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