New July Drama Movies Still To Watch At Home
Who swapped big screen movies with never-ending TV series? Actually, we did. Our evenings transformed into the screening of engaging or even spooky crime series, which is an insatiable process like trying to quench the thirst with a sweet lemonade. It's not that we complain but the longing for a spectacular cinematographic miracle starts to feel unbearable. It might be the reason why July offers so much new drama movies on different platforms - to compensate the loss and maintain the bar high enough for the added value of so appreciated art of cinema. The list is sufficient to put TV series on hold:
Plot Synopsis: The real life of one of America's foremost founding fathers and first Secretary of the Treasury, Alexander Hamilton. Captured live on Broadway from the Richard Rodgers Theater with the original Broadway cast.
Plot Synopsis: A small team of U.S. soldiers battle against hundreds of Taliban fighters in Afghanistan.
THE TRUTH (Limited)
Plot Synopsis: A stormy reunion between scriptwriter Lumir with her famous mother and actress, Fabienne, against the backdrop of Fabienne's autobiographic book and her latest role in a Sci-Fi picture as a mother who never grows old.
Plot Synopsis: A skilled cook has traveled west and joined a group of fur trappers in Oregon, though he only finds true connection with a Chinese immigrant also seeking his fortune. Soon the two collaborate on a successful business.
Plot Synopsis: The stunning landscape of Western Australia is the backdrop for an impassioned tale of love and grief in Gregor Jordan's adaptation of the acclaimed novel by Tim Winton.
Plot Synopsis: A young Jewish boy somewhere in Eastern Europe seeks refuge during World War II where he encounters many different characters.
Plot Synopsis: Anglo-American relations go bad when London mob bosses invest in a West Virginia oil deal in hopes of laundering dirty money.
Plot Synopsis: Pioneer - Rebel - Genius. Radioactive is incredible, true-story of Marie Curie and her Nobel Prize-winning work that changed the world starring Rosamund Pike and Sam Riley.
Plot Synopsis: During World War II, an Englishwoman (Gemma Arterton) opens her heart to an evacuee after initially resolving to be rid of him in this moving journey of womanhood, love and friendship.
WORDS ON BATHROOM WALLS (Limited)
Plot Synopsis: A teenager coping with paranoid schizophrenia hopes his new experimental drug treatment will help him navigate high school and the outside world.