Prime Video offers us a great program for this month of July! Between the long-awaited Amazon Original series The Terminal List and Paper Girls, Memory, The Lost City of Z and the unmissable Parasite promise to be full of chills.
The Terminal List – Friday, July 1
The Terminal List, based on the novel by Jack Carr, is undoubtedly the event of July on Prime Video! As heroes, we find the star of Jurassic World and Guardians of the Galaxy Chris Pratt, surrounded by Taylor Kitsch (True Detective) and Constance Wu (Queens).
In this action series, James Reece is a Navy officer who survived a deadly ambush during a secret mission in the Middle East. Suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder, he puts his finger in a gear that is beyond him, revealing a large-scale conspiracy endangering his life and that of his family.
Also taking on the role of producer, Chris Pratt is perfect in this troubled military role. Dealing in a skilful way with an evil affecting many soldiers returning from mission, the production offers the ideal condensed action and depth, for a psychological thriller whose 8 episodes are available from July 1 on Prime Video.
Parasite – Friday, July 1
Parasite also arrives on July 1st on Prime Video! In 2019, Bong Joon-Ho, the director of Memories of Murder, Okja or even Snowpiercer, le Transperceneige, presents a film that is causing a sensation: 132 sublime minutes of social and psychological thriller, from which we do not emerge unscathed.
The result is a resounding global success: the Palme d’Or at the 2019 Cannes Film Festival and 4 statuettes at the 92nd Academy Awards, including Best Picture, Best Director and Best Original Screenplay.
We discover the Kim and Park families. While the first lives crammed into a shabby apartment, the second, extremely wealthy, resides in a magnificent architect’s house. Thanks to false identities, the Kims will infiltrate the Park household. But a well-hidden secret could turn everything upside down…
Paper Girls – Friday, July 29
In 1988, Erin, Mac, KJ and Tiffany are 4 young newspaper delivery girls in a quiet little town in Ohio. As they make their rounds, they are suddenly embarked on a time jump. Confronted with older versions of themselves, they will have to face other time travelers…
Based on the eponymous comics, Paper Girls unveils its 8 episodes on July 29 on the platform. The Amazon Original series which mixes science fiction and adventure is brought to the screen by Stephany Folsom, screenwriter of Toy Story 4. The cast is made up of Riley Lai Nelet, Sofia Rosinsky, Camryn Jones and Fina Strazza.
Chicken Run – Friday, July 1
Ginger is a hen dreaming of freedom, unlike her congeners who are content with their life in the henhouse, without suspecting their fatal destiny: to end up in the pies of Mr. and Mrs. Tweedy. When Rocky, a brave and lonely rooster lands in the pen, Ginger sees in him their savior…
22 years after the box of Chicken Run in the cinema, Prime Video allows us to rediscover this classic family. Dubbed in VF by Valérie Lemercier, Gérard Depardieu and Josiane Balasko, the film comes from the Aardman studio, which is currently working on Chicken Run 2, scheduled for 2023!
The Lost City of Z – Friday, July 15
Charlie Hunnam, Robert Pattinson, Sienna Miller and Tom Holland find themselves at the top of the poster for The Lost City of Z, directed in 2016 by James Gray (Ad Astra, The Immigrant…) and produced by Brad Pitt.
The film tells the true story of Percy Fawcett, a British major who left for the Amazon in 1906 in search of a lost city. Between the dangers of the jungle and the betrayals by his fellow explorers, this epic and exciting adventure story is to be found from July 15 on the platform.
Don’t Make Me Go – Friday, July 15
After learning he has a brain tumor, a single father takes his teenage daughter on a roadtrip to find her mother. In addition to teaching her to drive, he must find the strength to tell her about his illness along the way. Don’t Make Me Go: a beautiful sentimental journey on father / daughter relationships, to see from July 15 on Prime Video.
Anything’s Possible – Friday, July 22
After a career on Broadway, a role in the Pose series and that of the fairy godmother in the musical Cinderella, Billy Porter goes behind the camera for the first time with Anything’s Possible. Available from July 22, this romantic and contemporary comedy offers a nice breath of fresh air by dealing with LGBTQ+ themes.
Kelsa is a confident, well-rounded transgender high school student. But when Khal, a boy, falls in love with her, his life is turned upside down.
Memory – Friday, July 29
In 2022, Martin Campbell, the director of Casino Royale and GoldenEye, offers us the remake of the Belgian film La Mémoire du tueur. This time, Liam Neeson, Guy Pearce and Monica Bellucci share the poster for Memory, a well-crafted and effective action thriller.
Alex is a conscientious hitman, but he has Alzheimer’s disease. He refuses to execute the next target, because it is a 13-year-old girl. The hunter then becomes the prey.
CLAP FILMS OF THE MONTH OF JULY
Saga Divergent – Monday 04 July
Marseilles – Monday July 11
The hit of the century – Monday July 18
Crawl – Monday, July 24
ALL THE PRIME VIDEO PROGRAM OF THE MONTH OF JULY 2022
Phantom Thread – Friday, July 1
Split – Friday July 1
Tag – Friday, July 1
Fifty Shades Darker – Friday, July 1
Pitch Perfect 3 – Friday, July 1
Lady Bird – Friday, July 1
Baby Boss – Friday, July 1
Atomic Blonde – Friday, July 1
Geostorm – Friday July 1
Happy Birthdead – Friday, July 1
The Three Kings – Friday July 1
RRRrrr!!! – Friday, July 1
It: Chapter 1 – Friday, July 1
The Mummy – Friday, July 1
The Incorruptibles – Monday, July 4
Hollywood – Friday, July 8
Shadow in the cloud – Friday, July 8
Jacky in the Kingdom of Girls – Friday July 8
Law & Order: SVU – Season 14 to 21 – Thursday, July 14
The United Way – Friday, July 15
Justice League – Friday, July 15
Dog – Friday July 22
Do, Re & Mi – Season 1 – Friday, July 29
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In July on Prime Video: Chris Pratt in an action series, an unmissable Palme d’Or, the Divergent trilogy…