This month sees a myriad of exciting films heading to the silver screen. In anticipation, we've sourced out some of our potential favourites in the Cruise July Film Round-Up.
Tammy (4th July 2014)
Tammy (Melissa McCarthy) and her foul-mouthed grandmother Pearl (Susan Sarandon) hit the road in this wacky adventure, co-written by Mccarthy herself and husband Ben Falcone.
After writing off her car, losing her job at a sleazy burger joint and then her husband to her neighbour, Tammy's only chance to escape is by teaming up with her grandmother Pearl. Pearl has money, a car, and yearning to see Niagara Falls. Let the craziness ensue.
Transformers: Age of Extinction (5th July)
The amazing Dinobots make a spectacular entrance as they look to annihilate mankind, none more so than their leader Grimlock who can transform into an extraordinary mechanical T-rex.
Set years after the devastating battle in Chicago, Transformers (4) Age Of Extinction could be mistaken for a complete reboot. Mark Wahlberg replaces Shia le Beouf as main lead, and sporting a stunning, sword-wielding makeover - Optimus Prime is a whole new machine.
Introducing key roles for Kelsey Grammar and Stanley Tucci, director Michael Bay amps up the explosive action and looks to unleash a fresh lease of life into the franchise.
How To Train Your Dragon 2 (10th July 2014)
Jay Baruchel, Gerard Butler and Jonah Hill all reprise their roles in what should be a film for all ages.
After a successful first outing, Hiccup and Toothless discover an ice cave filled with hundreds of wild dragons. Encountering the mysterious and evil Drago Bludvist (Djimon Hounsou) they soon realise they must work together to keep the peace as the latest threat rears its ugly head.
Introducing new dragons, and new characters voiced by Cate Blanchett and Game of Thrones star Kit Harington this sequel looks to kick on from where the original left off.
Begin Again (11th July 2014)
An all star cast comes together in this touchy romantic comedy centred around the music industry.
Recently fired music industry veteran Dan (Mark Ruffalo) is trying to drown his sorrows when Greta (Keira Knightley) is coaxed by busker pal Steve (James Corden) into singing at an open mic in the same New York bar.
Dan, although drunk, is impressed and knowing talent when he hears it hatches a plan to create an album. Dave (Adam Levine of Maroon 5) is Greta's ex-boyfriend and now a big rock star he looks to make Dan's plan a little more complicated.
This film is certain to be another witty, moving romance from John Carney, writer/director of the multiple award-winning 'Once' . Keira Knightley shows her talent as a singer, and Maroon 5 front man Adam Levine makes his acting debut.
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes (17th July 2014)
Ten years after the rise of the Planet of the Apes, mankind has all but been wiped out by the Simian flu. A society of apes, lead by Caesar (Andy Serkis) live a peaceful life, away from humanity in the depths of the San Francisco woods.
When survivors stumble across the ape village, they are eager to promote peace between the former enemies, but an army of soldiers lead by Dreyfus (Gary Oldman) have other ideas and are intent on revenge.
This action packed sequel centres on a make-or-break battle form dominance, and with the apes now carrying guns and a basic understanding of language, the outcome is far from clear.