Movies Coming to HBO Max in July

‌HBO Max is becoming one of the favorite streaming services for many people. There is great content available both in its HBO library and Max originals. There are hundreds of movies and TV shows to choose from, and many titles are added every month. 

July will feature the addition of great 70s and 80s classics, like the 1989 low-budget and nearly silent film, Sidewalk Stories, and Ken Russell’s Lisztomania from 1975. There are also some fun additions for the little ones, like Rio 2 and Spy Kids I, II, and III. 

Lastly, HBO Max subscribers will also get to enjoy some highly acclaimed movies like the psychological thriller Last Night in Soho and the long-awaited and much anticipated The Bob’s Burgers Movie. So, without further ado, here is every movie hitting HBO in July

Available July 1

Act of Valor

Angels in the Outfield

Arbitrage

The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer

The Bob’s Burgers Movie

Backstabbing for Beginners

Baggage Claim

Before Midnight

Blanes St and Muller

Bringing Out the Dead

Catch a Fire

City of Wild Beasts

Code of Silence

The Con is On

Confidence

The Counselor (Extended Version)

David Copperfield

Frank Miller’s Sin City (Unrated Version)

Godzilla

Goodbye, Mr. Chips

The Great American Pastime

The Heat (Extended Version)

Hollow Man (Director’s Cut)

I Spy

The Impossible

Indecent Proposal

Julia

A Kind of Murder

Last Night in Soho

The Legends of Zorro

Lisztomania

Lone Survivor

Lord of War

Losing Isaiah

Mad Max: Fury Road

Mrs. Brown, You’ve Got a Lovely Daughter

Mrs. Winterbourne

One for the Money

The Other Woman

Overboard

Pawn Sacrifice

Postcards From the Edge

The Raid 2

Rio 2

Running Scared

Safe

The Satanic Rites of Dracula

She’s Having a Baby

Sidewalk Stories

A Simple Plan

Sleepers

Sleepless in Seattle

Snow Day

Spy Kids

Spy Kids 2: Island of Lost Dreams

Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over

Suite Francaise

That Awkward Moment

The World’s End

This is Elvis

Thoroughbreds

Universal Soldier: Day of Reckoning

Warrior

We Met in Virtual Reality (HBO documentary)

What’s Eating Gilbert Grape

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