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Discover July's other movies

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Sothese meteorites hit this small town, right? And they make the dead rise and become, um, Undead? And there’s this lady? And she has to, like, fight them ‘n’ stuff. . .In Saraband, Ingmar Bergman revisits his 1974 Scenes From a Marriage. Liv Ullmann and Erland Josephson reprise their roles as the now-divorced Marianne and Johan; hilarity most likely does not ensue. . .Rebound‘s Martin Lawrence is a cocky college basketball coach who gets stuck with a team of middle schoolers. Think Bad News Bears + Mighty Ducks x Hoosiers – gravitas. . .The Warrior — about a warlord who renounces violence — was rejected by the Oscars as Britain’s 2003 Best Foreign Film submission because Hindi is ”not a language indigenous to the U.K.” The film won best foreign language film at the 2003 BAFTAs (a.k.a. Oscars Indigenous to the U.K., You Academy Jerks). . .Courteney Cox Arquette stars in the psychological thriller November, which won the cinematography award at Sundance this year so, you know — pretty. . .Three brothers join a gang in Gaël Morel’s Three Dancing Slaves. One is secretly gay. Again, less hilarity than you might expect. . .In Moonlight, a girl finds a wounded drug smuggler in her backyard and — naturally — falls in love. . .The Edukatorsare German teens who try to change the world, but, as with all teens, get distracted by making out. . .More sex stuff is on tap in Lila Says, based on the 1999 French novel of the same name… Narrated by Pierce Brosnan, Deep Blue pools five years of underwater filming to reveal rarely seen ocean creatures (Stephanie Zimbalist? Is that you?). . .Michael Winterbottom (24 Hour Party People) directs 9 Songs, about two lovers who go to nine concerts and have lots of. . .yes! More sex!. . .Master of the American Tragedy Gus Van Sant takes on Kurt Cobain’s legacy in the fictional Last Days. . .Shoujyo: An Adolescent ”mixes tattoos, eroticism and comedy” (just like Pamela Anderson!). . .A young man is trapped between the music and the Mafia (aren’t we all?) in The Beat That My Heart Skipped, adapted from James Toback’s 1978 film Fingers. . .Alt-country master Jim White journeys through the American South in Andrew Douglas’ doc Searching for the Wrong-Eyed Jesus. . .Murderball documents the lives of quadriplegic rugby players. . .And The Devil’s Rejects is the sequel to House of 1000 Corpses. If that doesn’t tell you what to expect, try this: directed by Rob Zombie. Still no? Wow. You should get out more.

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