The Best Movies Coming to Amazon Prime in July 2015

48 Hrs. (July 1): Nick Nolte and Eddie Murphy (in his first film role) team up for a buddy cop movie.

Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (July 1): Paul Newman and Robert Redford’s bromance never gets old.

Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid

Cadillac Records (July 1): Beyoncé, Mos Def, and Jeffrey Wright provide the soundtrack for this late ’60s drama.

Dirty Dancing (July 1): Get swept up in a summer romance without ever leaving your living room.

Dirty Dancing

Odd Couple (July 1): Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau’s comic chemistry still crackles.

Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country (July 1): One of the better liked Star Trek movies.

UHF (July 1): Weird Al’s cult classic was, perhaps not surprisingly, a bit too weird for its time.

The Warriors (July 1): Another critically panned movie that went on to become a cult hit.

The Warriors

Glory (July 2): 26 years later, it remains one of Denzel Washington’s all-time greatest performances.

Gandhi (July 3): The performance that got Ben Kingsley his Oscar.

Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (July 3): Still the political satire against which all other political satires are measured.

Dr Strangelove

Hercules (July 24): On the one hand, it’s directed by Brett Ratner. On the other, it stars Dwayne Johnson.

Behind the Candelabra (July 30): The future Hank Pym puts in a remarkable performance as Liberace.

Behind the Candelabra

Entourage (July 30): Sometimes you just need to escape into a Hollywood bro fantasy.

The Skeleton Twins (July 31): SNL-ers Bill Hader and Kristen Wiig reunite for a bittersweet dramedy.

Here’s a list of all the films and movies coming to Amazon Prime in July.

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The Best Movies Coming to Hulu in July 2015

After the Wedding (July 1): Before that Serena flop, Susanne Bier won high praise with this drama starring Mads Mikkelsen.

Annie Hall (July 1): Woody Allen’s filmography can be hit or miss, but here’s him at his very best.

Annie Hall

The Escapist (July 1): The debut feature that led Rupert Wyatt to Rise of the Planet of the Apes.

Fargo (1996): Marge Gunderson remains one of the Coens’ most indelible creations.


Life During Wartime (2009): Todd Solondz’s semi-sequel to Happiness.

Lost in La Mancha (2002): Terry Gilliam’s Don Quixote hasn’t been made (yet), but a documentary about it was.

Sleepwalk with Me (2012): Comedian Mike Birbiglia takes his act to the big screen.

Passing Strange (2009): A live performance of the acclaimed Broadway musical, filmed by Spike Lee.

Passing Strange

Super (July 1): James Gunn’s pre-Guardians of the Galaxy superhero movie.

The Trip (2010): Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon embark on a hilarious trip through the English countryside.

WarGames (1983): A film so enduringly popular, even Captain America gets the reference.


Weekend (July 1): A tender indie drama about a one-night stand that turns into something more.

Y Tu Mamá También (July 1): Alfonso Cuarón nails the exhilaration and awkwardness of young adulthood.

Prime Suspect (July 9): Helen Mirren as a badass police detective.

Here’s a list of all the shows and films coming to Hulu in July.

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