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Best Movies to See in July: ‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood,’ ‘Lion King,’ Spider-Man

No summer doldrums this month — not when there’s a Sundance breakout drama, a new Pagan horror movie from the guy who gave you Hereditary and Quentin Tarantino’s valentine to old-school Sixties Tinseltown on the horizon. All that, plus you get a pair of strong music documentaries and none other than Beyoncé herself (in lion form, but still). Here’s what’s coming to a theater near you this July.

Crawl (July 12th)
Alexandre Aja’s disaster-horror flick boasts a premise ginned up in B-movie heaven: a father-daughter pair (Barry Pepper and Kaya Scodelario) ignore their Florida town’s evacuation order and attempt to weather a Category 5 hurricane in their home. It promptly fills with water — which then brings in a slew of hungry alligators, setting the scene for a toothy, bloody battle between humanity and the untamed wild. Why should sharks get to have all the fun? If this is half as good as the French filmmaker’s gloriously gory 2010 remake of Piranha, we’re in for a treat.

David Crosby: Remember My Name (July 19th)

Hippie-rock legend David Crosby has enough anecdotes, musings, and assorted insights to fill his own cinematic world. (Long live the Crosbyverse!). Documentarian A.J. Eaton culls the best of them for this doc, though the one-time Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young member isn’t kicking back and reminiscing about the good old days. Instead, we find him in repose, as a lifetime of self-destructive choices threatens to catch up with his declining health. None other than Cameron Crowe takes a producer credit.

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