The Best Movies To See in Theaters – New Movies Out Now

This year has seen some fantastic releases — from big-budget action films like Top Gun: Maverick and Thor: Love and Thunder to indie sensations like Bodies Bodies Bodies.

In addition to those new films, there are also a number of past summer films you can still find playing in theaters, like Nope, and Bullet Train.

A survival thriller in the same mold as Jaws and The Grey, Beast is a fun albeit slightly silly monster movie that may be short on logic, but still an entertaining movie overall.


Based on a short story by AS Byatt, a traveling academic (Tilda Swinton) happens across an imprisoned Djinn (Idris Elba) who offers her three wishes, leading to consequences neither could’ve expected.

Three Thousand Years of Longing

Seeing another Dragon Ball film release is always a point of excitement for hardcore anime buffs, and luckily, Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero more than manages to live up to the high expectations set by fans.

Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero

The plot may be overarchingly similar to the first Orphan, but Orphan: First Kill embraces the campiness of its horror roots, not taking itself nearly as seriously as the original movie.

Orphan: First Kill

The biggest new arrival to cinemas, Bullet Train is a fast-paced action comedy that features a plethora of big-name stars, all of them facing off onboard a high-speed train traveling through Japan.

Bullet Train

Inspired by early Spielberg films and the thrillers of M. Night Shyamalan, Nope is essentially Jaws, Signs, and Close Encounters of the Third Kind all rolled up into one. It’s a predictably fast-paced, chill-inducing sci-fi horror film from Peele, one of the new faces of the genre.


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