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Movies by Month - July 2015

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Upcoming films Australian release dates 2015
Upcoming films Australian release dates 2015
Upcoming films Australian release dates 2015

Click to see which movies are scheduled for release in Australia that month.

click here for films with release dates still to be announced (TBA)

2015: Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, 2015: Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec,

Note: movie release dates change considerably, which means that some films may be released several days or weeks before or after the date in the original announcements.

Movie reviews are linked to month-by-month entries and in the movie reviews index. When we receive posters, trailers, credits or official site details we put those up on info pages awaiting review.


Due for release 2 th
no more information

IMDb


Magic Mike 2 / Magic Mike XXL

The continuing story of male stripper, Magic Mike. (source: IMDB)


Due for release 23 th
Trailer / no more information

IMDb


13 Minutes aka Elser

In November 1939, Georg Elser's attempt to assassinate Adolf Hitler fails, and he is arrested. During his confinement, he recalls the events leading up to his plot and his reasons for deciding to take such drastic action


Due for release 30 th
Trailer / no more information

IMDb


Far From Men

Viggo Mortensen gives a career-best performance in this gripping tale of morality and friendship set in 1954, as a village schoolteacher who is conscripted to escort a dissident to a regional police station to face trial for murder. Based on a story by Albert Camus, and featuring an original score by Warren Ellis & Nick Cave.

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