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What to Watch This Summer

Kick off your dress shoes and slip on those flip flops: summer’s here! Beat the heat with hottest new movies and shows from/ Netflix, Hulu*, Amazon Prime Video, and On Demand.

*Compatible TiVo box, internet service and Hulu membership required.

Summer Fun

Celebrate three months free from scholarly pursuits with these fun summer-themed flicks and shows.

  • The Karate Kid (Netflix) – A bullied teen learns how to fight back with the help of a martial arts master in this 80s classic.
  • The Bob’s Burger Movie (Hulu) – The Belcher family has to save their restaurant and solve a mystery in this spin-off of the popular animated television series.
  • The Summer I Turned Pretty (Prime Video) – Belly Conklin spends the summer at the beach and learns a lot about love along the way in this adaption of the best-selling novel.
  • Summer of Soul (Hulu) – Questlove’s filmmaking debut is a powerful documentary exploration of an epic event that celebrated Black history, culture and fashion.
  • Moonrise Kingdom (Prime Video) – Bill Murray, Edward Norton and Frances McDormand all make appearances in Wes Anderson’s tale of two 12-year-olds who fall in love at summer camp and run away into the woods.
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What to Watch This Month

Ready for something new to watch? We’ve got a round-up of the best new releases available On Demand and what’s coming to Amazon Prime Video, Hulu and Netflix this month. Begin your next binge.

Ideas for How to Celebrate Every Day

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Celebrate the biggest holidays of summer with movies and shows from Amazon Prime Video, Hulu, and Netflix.

Father’s Day (June 18)

Grab Dad and spend an afternoon binging these films featuring stories about fathers.

Independence Day (July 4)

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Celebrate the 4th of July with these patriotic films.

  • Operation Mincemeat (Netflix) – Colin Firth stars in this film based on the true story of an operation to change the course of World War II by tricking the Nazis with a corpse.
  • Top Gun (Prime Video) – Tom Cruise stars as a daring young fighter pilot who wants to become the best in the Navy in this 80s classic.
  • Glory (Hulu) – Denzel Washington, Morgan Freeman and Matthew Broderick star in the story of the first black regiment to fight for the Union in the Civil War.
  • 12 Strong (Hulu) – A dozen US soldiers help a warlord in Afghanistan fight a mutual enemy in this movie inspired by true events and starring Chris Hemsworth.
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