Comedies, dramas, adventure films, animation

...

Of all the

films

that hit theaters in July and August, we highlight the

12 that have the most options

to conquer the public.

THOR: LOVE AND THUNDER (July 8)

In the fourth installment of the adventures of Thor, Chris Hemsworth faces Christian Bale

.

Now, the God of Thunder (Hemsworth) is pitted against Gorr the Butcher of Gods (Bale), who seeks the extinction of the gods.

As a novelty, in this Marvel tape

we will see Jane Foster (Natalie Portman) wielding the magic hammer.

FATHER THERE IS NO MORE THAN ONE 3 (July 14)

One more year,

Santiago Segura directs and stars in

a family film ready to sweep the box office in the summer.

On this occasion,

his new comedy is set at Christmas

and revolves around the search for a figure from a Nativity scene that has been broken by accident.

Along with Segura appear

Toni Acosta, Loles León, Leo Harlem, Silvia Abril and Carlos Iglesias.

THE MEMORY OF A KILLER (July 22)

Liam Neeson, Guy Pearce and Monica Bellucci

are the three stars of a thriller in which Neeson once again gets into the shoes of a very tough guy who doesn't shake his pulse with a gun in his hand.

In this case, the British interpreter plays a

hitman with memory problems

and a very particular sense of honor.

A BOYFRIEND FOR MY WIFE (July 22)

Belén Cuesta, Hugo Silva, Diego Martín and Joaquín Reyes

lead a comedy in which Diego, the protagonist, has long wanted to separate from his wife.

He doesn't know how to tell her, so

he turns to a famous seducer

"from before" who will try to make her fall in love so that she is

the one to put an end to her marriage

, taking a problem off her.

DC LEAGUE OF SUPER PETS (July 29)

Among so many

superhero movies

, this animated film for all audiences stands out for its

originality

and for giving the genre a twist.

Its protagonists are nothing less than

the pets of the members of the Justice League

.

Two dogs, a turtle, a squirrel and a pig become action stars when Lex Luthor catches his owners.

BULLET TRAIN (August 5)

Brad Pitt

is the star of a film with a lot of action that stands out for its carefree tone.

The Hollywood star plays a guy hired to

get hold of a briefcase on a Japanese high - speed train that runs between Tokyo and Morioka

.

A seemingly simple mission that gets complicated when five very dangerous assassins enter the scene.

NEARBY (August 12)

The

new film by Nacho García Velilla

, the creator of series such as

7 lives

and

Aída

and feature films such as

Let the ugly ones die

or

Perdiendo el norte

, is a comedy in which the hair problems suffered by many men give rise to numerous gags.

Carlos Librado, Antonio Pagudo and Tomy Aguilera

give life to three dreamers who think that going to Turkey to

put hair on their heads

is going to solve their problems in life.

I'M GOING TO HAVE A GOOD TIME (August 12)

The Spanish musical that many were waiting for.

The

great songs of Hombres G

are the leitmotif of a film directed by David Serrano with

Dani Rovira and Raúl Arévalo

.

In it we discover a group of friends who live their lives, both in their adolescence and as adults, to the rhythm of the songs of the legendary Spanish pop group.

nope!

(August 19)

Jordan Peele

, the director of the highly disturbing

Get Out

and

Us

, is back with

another mystery-filled horror film.

A story that promises to make your hair stand on end by showing a

threat that comes from above

and hangs over a small town in the interior of California.

MY GOD, WHAT HAVE YOU DONE TO US?

(August 19)

Christian Clavier

, a French movie star seen in global hits like

The Visitors

and

Asterix and Obelix vs. Caesar

,

returns to his role as the cranky father-in-law.

On this occasion, with the pressure that comes with inviting the parents of each of his sons-in-law to his house.

TADEO JONES 3. THE EMERALD TABLE (August 26)

Tadeo Jones returns to the charge

.

In this third animated feature film, the intrepid adventurer must travel with his

girlfriend Sara and their inseparable friends (Jeff the dog, Mummy and Belzoni the parrot)

to different corners of the world to stop a spell that has been unleashed after opening a sarcophagus.

DESPUES DE.

INFINITE LOVE (August 26)

The film saga that originates from the best sellers of Anna Todd comes to an end.

In this third installment, the

relationship between Tessa (Josephine Langford) and Hardin (Hero Fiennes-Tiffin) seems to have come to fruition

.

Above all, when they find that their differences are not as many as they thought.

Neither is she that sweet and good girl who got to college nor is he that cruel boy she fell in love with.

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