Desperados and 5 new Netflix movies to watch in July 2020
Do you know what you’ll be watching on Netflix in July 2020? So much is dropping on the streaming titan for subscribers, below we list our top five movie suggestions.
Netflix kept us very entertained throughout June 2020! From Athlete A, 13 Reasons Why, Lenox Hill, and Reality Z. There was always something new and fun to watch. Will the month of July be as exciting? Only one way to find out!
Fortunately, Netflix will continue being our go-to for entertainment during these times of social distancing, and most of the world being shut down. Is Netflix also your go-to streaming service or do you have another favorite such as Hulu?
For a complete list of everything premiering in July 2020, check HERE! Otherwise, read on for what July 2020 has to offer.
5 movies to watch on Netflix in July 2020
Desperados: Missing romantic comedies? This one looks like a lot of fun, and the cast is great! Desperados stars Anna Camp, Nasim Pedrad, Lamorrne Morris, Robbie Amell, and more! You read that right, Pedrad and Morris have reunited! It’s like New Girl all over again. Stream it on July 3.
The Hater: Law student Tomek (Maciej Musiałowski) is trying to get the attention of childhood friend Gabi (Vanessa Alexander) and earn the respect of her family. Watch it on July 6.
The Old Guard: Andy (Charlize Theron) leads a group of mercenaries who have “a mysterious inability to die.” Andy’s group is recruited for a mission, but they never expected the threat to be so extreme. The Old Guard streams July 10.
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Fatal Affair: After an encounter with an old friend, Ellie (Nia Long) tries to patch things up with her husband Marcus (Stephen Bishop), but Ellie’s friend is dangerous and unstable. The movie drops on Netflix on July 16.
The Kissing Booth 2: If you have been waiting for this sequel, it’s finally here! On July 24, watch Elle Evans (Joey King) return from a romantic summer with reformed bad-boy Noah Flynn (Jacob Elordi). But now that summer is over, will the romance continue?
What will you be watching on Netflix in July 2020?