The Best Movies Coming to Showtime in July 2019

No plans for the Fourth of July? Why not plan a movie marathon? Showtime is adding dozens of new movies to its streaming library this month, just in time for the holiday. The premium cable network will also air new episodes of City on a Hill and The Loudest Voice this month, plus viewers can tune in to the July 12 premiere of Shangri-La, a docuseries about producer Rick Rubin’s iconic Malibu recording studio. 

Here are our picks for the must-watch new movies on Showtime this month. 

The best movies coming to Showtime this month 

Jennifer Garner in 13 Going on 30
Jennifer Garner filming a scene for 13 Going on 30 | Richard Corkery/NY Daily News Archive via Getty Images

More than 60 new movies will be added to Showtime in July 2019. Here are some of the standouts: 

13 Going on 30: Jennifer Garner won over moviegoers with this 2004 rom-com, where she plays Jenna Rink, an awkward 13-year-old girl who wishes she could be 30 years old — and then finds her wish has come true when she wakes up one morning as a grown up. Mark Ruffalo plays Matt Flamhaff, her best friend and love interest. 

Hotel Artemis: This dystopian sci-fi movie set in a near-future Los Angeles received mixed reviews when it was released in 2018. But some critics praised the flick — which stars Jodie Foster as a nurse who runs a hospital for criminals — calling it “thrilling, original” and hailing a “strong performance” from Foster. 

3:10 to Yuma: Russell Crowe plays notorious outlaw Ben Wade and Christian Bale is the rancher who agrees to transport him to prison in Yuma in this gritty remake of the 1957 Western of the same name. Ben Foster stands out as the most ruthless of Wade’s henchmen. 

Senna: This well-received 2010 documentary tells the story of Brazilian race-car driver Ayrton Senna via archival footage and video clips provided by his family. It won a BAFTA for best documentary and also took home awards at the Sundance Film Festival and Los Angeles Film Festival.

Midnight in Paris: Owen Wilson plays a discontented screenwriter on a family vacation to Paris in this 2011 comedy directed by Woody Allen. On a late-night work, he’s magically transported back in time to the 1920s, where he meets literary idols like Ernest Hemingway, F. Scott Fitzgerald, and Gertrude Stein. 

Every new movie on Showtime in July 2019 

Available July 1: 

13 Going on 30

6 Bullets

The Adventures of Rocky & Bullwinkle

Air Force One


The Aspern Papers

Bachelor Party Vegas

Balls of Fury


Beverly Hills Ninja

Black ’47


Cadillac Man

The Changeover

Charlie’s Angels

Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle



Danny Collins

Days of Thunder


General Magic



Halloween H20: 20 Years Later

Halloween: Resurrection

Heaven’s Gate

Hotel Artemis (

An Invisible Sign

John Carpenter’s Escape from L.A.

Jurassic Galaxy


The King’s Speech

Kramer vs. Kramer

Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life

The Ledge

Look Who’s Talking

The Man on the Train

The Mechanic (2011)

Midnight in Paris

Money Train

The Monster Squad

My Girl

My Life

The Other Boleyn Girl

Peep World

Piranha (2010)

Primal Fear

The Pursuit of Happyness





The Rundown

The Russian Bride


Snake Eyes



The Three Musketeers

Total Recall

Turner & Hooch


Vantage Point

White Chicks

Available July 8

3:10 To Yuma

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