Drawing on Paramount’s extensive movie library, Paramount + He proves he can stand among the flowing heavy hitters. Several classic and new films are scheduled to be shown on the player in July. With any luck, audiences will find something on the menu to fill their movie nights.

Paramount+ is making its way back into the archives in July, with many popular classics joining the platform. Some of the beloved gangster movies and their sequels are even getting the “remastered” treatment. Not everything is meant for an older audience, as this Nickelodeon sitcom from the not-too-distant past will see a whole new story come to life on the big screen. Want to know more? Let’s check out some of the best movies coming to Paramount+ in July.

Death Wish (July 1)

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Based on the 1972 novel of the same name, this movie stars Charles Bronson as a man whose family suffers from a home invasion. When his wife dies in the attack, Paul Kersey becomes a custodian of justice.

Despite receiving mixed reviews at the time of release, Death wish Spawned four sequels and a 2018 Bruce Willis-led reboot. Controversy arose from the film’s support of vigilante and Bronson’s judge, jury, and executioner style of punishing criminals. Controversial or not, the movie has remained popular in the 50 years since its release and is considered one of Bronson’s most iconic roles.

Ji Jin (July 1)

Still image from the movie
Buena Vista Pictures

Shhh, quiet. Nobody tells Will Smith about this. GI Jane tells the fictional story of the first woman to participate in special operations training employed by the United States Navy.

These days, the movie is remembered more for the Oscars crash than anything it achieved on its own. It was a box office bomb, and Demi Moore’s lead won a Razzie Award for Worst Actress. Not even director Ridley Scott or cast members Viggo Mortensen, Anne Bancroft, and Jason Peggy could save the movie, which is likely why Chris Rock’s proposed sequel never moved forward.

Interview with the Vampire (July 1)

Cruz in Interview with the Vampire
Warner Bros.

Anne Rice’s novel made its first leap to the big screen with this 1994 movie. The story chronicles the human Louis de Pointe du Lac, who is attacked by the vampire Lestat de Leoncourt in the 1890s. Louis is turned into a vampire, and he and Lestat later turn 10-year-old Claudia into one as well.

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This Tom Cruise and Brad Pitt-led feature may be on people’s minds today because of the new TV adaptation from AMC. Starring Jacob Anderson as Louis and Sam Reid as Lestat, the show chronicles their lives now living in New Orleans in 1910.

Jack Reacher (July 1)

Jack Richer
Paramount Pictures

Another of Tom Cruise’s many action roles is on the list below. Jack Richer Based on author Lee Child’s 2005 novel one hit. Cruise’s performance and positive critical reviews propelled the film to be a moderate box office success with $218 million, although this is still far from his film. Top Gun: Maverick summit.

Rosamund Pike, Werner Herzog, and Robert Duvall, among others, round out the supporting cast. sequel Jack Reacher: You’ll never go backwas released in 2016 to less positive reviews.

The Godfather Trilogy – Remastered (July 1)

The Godfather
Paramount Pictures

In 2022, the original version Spiritual father It was re-released in 4K to celebrate its 50th anniversary. a lot the third part It was previously given a 4K re-release in 2020 to celebrate its 30th anniversary. the third part He also got the new name of the The Godfather Coda: The Death of Michael Corleonethough it’s unclear if that would kill off the final installment of the trilogy for its longtime detractors.

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The Godfather It is considered one of the greatest films ever made The second part Even surpassed by some critics. Al Pacino, Marlon Brando, Robert Duvall, Robert De Niro, and Diane Keaton have become household names from behind this landmark streak in film history.

Saturday Night Fever (July 1)

Saturday night fever
Paramount Pictures

Ah ah ah ah. stay alive! Can anyone find a more iconic opening scene? John Travolta’s Tony Manero deals with work and family life during the day while he spends his nights and weekends living on the dance floor.

The movie propelled 23-year-old Travolta to become a household name and entertainment icon. Regarded as one of the best films of 1977, the soundtrack was the best-selling album of all time upon its release. He retained the title until it was dethroned by J.J excitement in 1983.

Travolta fans shouldn’t miss this opportunity to check out his most iconic role. But if you want to skip the 1983 sequel stay alivewhich boasts a rare 0% rating on Rotten Tomatoes, We Won’t Tell.

Zoey 102 (July 27)

Zoey 101 Zoey 102 movie
Paramount +

The end of the month brings us Paramount’s only original movie release for the month of July. Pick up 15 years after the end Zoe 101This sequel focuses on our favorite PCA alumni as they reunite at Logan and Quinn’s wedding.

Jamie Lynn Spears returned to the role of Zoe Brooks alongside original cast members Sean Flynn, Christopher Mace, Erin Sanders, Matthew Underwood, Abe Wilde, and Jack Salvatore Jr. Like the iCarly The revival and the next Good Burger 2Original creator and EP Dan Schneider will not be participating Zoe 102.

A full list of every upcoming title coming to Paramount+ in July can be found here.


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