July's a bumper month for animation, with the likes of Ice Age: Collision Course and Finding Dory hitting the cinemas.
As well as this, you've also got some long-awaited films like Ghostbusters, Steven Spielberg's The BFG and Star Trek Beyond all landing in your local Odeon cinema this July.
We have a pair of ODEON cinema passes to give away to one lucky reader. All you've gotta do is leave a comment below with the name of the film you want to see and we'll do the rest!
Ice-Age: Collision Course
Now in its fifth instalment, the Ice Age gang show no signs of stopping - even if the face of a giant asteroid that's headed for Earth. With the help of Buck (Simon Pegg) and a weasel astronomer played by Neil DeGrasse-Tyson (yes, that guy), they'll have to either deflect the asteroid and find somewhere to hide.
Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson and Kevin Hart team up for an action-packed comedy that sees the two unlikely sorts teaming up to take on an international terrorist plot. The only problem is that Hart and Johnson used to be high-school students together and Johnson was, well, a bit larger than what he is now. Like, a lot.
Now You See Me 2
The magicians return for another stunt-driven spectacle. This time out, the Four Horsemen (Jesse Eisenberg, Woody Harrelson, Dave Franco and newcomer Lizzy Caplan) are squaring off against a technology giant who's able to steal passwords and personal information. That technology giant? None other Daniel Radcliffe, he of Harry Potter fame.
The Legend of Tarzan
Alexander Skarsgard and Margot Robbie star as Tarzan and Jane. Having left his wild, animalistic life behind, Tarzan is now Lord Greystoke and married to the beautiful Jane Porter. However, he's ordered by the British government to return to the Congo in order to act as an emissary, little realising that he's in the middle of deadly game between two colonial powers for control of the continent.
The Neon Demon
Visionary director Nicolas Winding Refn returns with another visually-stunning and ludicriously violent story about a young woman whose only dream is to become a supermodel. However, in doing so, she incurs the wrath of a cabal of vampire-esque models in Los Angeles. Dark, beautiful, weird, sexy, The Neon Demon is sure to be unlike any film you're likely to see this year.
Greta Gerwig stars in this romantic dramedy about a young woman who decides that she's going to have a baby with a close friend (Travis Fimmel) via insemination. However, she finds herself falling for another man (Ethan Hawke) whose marriage is beginning to fall apart. Quirky, original and very smart, Maggie's Plan is directed by Rebecca Miller.
Based on the '80s classic, a pair of scientists write a book that claims ghosts are real. Years later, one of them's now working in Columbia University when the book resurfaces and forces her out of academia. Pretty soon, ghosts begin to appear all over New York and it's up to a plucky gang of scientists - and one subway worker - to defend the city.
Star Trek Beyond
Captain Kirk, Mr. Spock, Dr. McCoy and the crew of the USS Enterprise are back for another adventure. When the Enterprise is downed in hostile territory, Kirk must lead his crew to safety and escape the clutches of the villainous Krall (Idris Elba).
Steven Spielberg directs this adaptation of Roald Dahl's classic tale about a giant who befriends a little girl and takes her to Giant Country where they must battle the Fleshlumpeater and his band of man-eating giants.
It's been almost thirteen years since Finding Nemo and now, at long last, we have ourselves a sequel that promises to be every bit as good as the original. Dory (Ellen DeGeneres) remembers something from her childhood, despite the fact that she's more than a little forgetful. Setting out to find her parents, Marlon (Al Brooks) gives chase whilst Dory explores the wide ocean.
Leave a comment below with the name of the film you are most looking forward to seeing to be in with a chance to win a pair of ODEON cinema passes (remember you can comment with your Facebook account). Competition closes Friday 15th July. Competition now closed. Congrats to Edel Quinn & Paul McGaughran who win.
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