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As cinemas reopen across the world, the movie summer of 2021 seems brighter and brighter every day. And to kick things off properly, June comes with an enticing list of Movies, Tv-Shows, and Animations for you to either binge at home or experience in the theaters with friends and family. 

So without further delay, here’s what to watch in June 2021 (Enjoy):

1. Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It (June 4th)

Where to Watch:

Watch On HBO Max (Subscription) Watch On HBO Max (Subscription)

Watch On HBO Max (Subscription) Watch On HBO Max (Subscription)

Synopsis: The Conjuring Universe returns with its latest installment on June 4th and sees Paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren, investigate a murder that may be linked to a demonic possession.

Review: While not the strongest of the three main movies, The Conjuring 3: The Devil Made Me Do It, is an enjoyable mash of thriller and investigative drama.  I just wished they would cut back on the jump scares. Read Our Full Review

Why You Should Watch:  Excellent Acting, Nice Combination of Movie Genres

Why you Should Skip: Excessive Jumpscares 

2. Loki (June 9th)

Where to Watch:

Watch On Disney Plus(Subscription) Watch On Disney Plus(Subscription)

Watch On Disney Plus(Subscription) Watch On Disney Plus(Subscription)

Synopsis: Ever since it was announced, Marvel’s Loki TV series has been one show everyone’s been looking forward to watching. After stealing the Tesseract during the events of Avengers: Endgame, the series sees the god of mischief captured by the mysterious Time Variance Authority (TVA) and forced to fix the timelines he altered

Review: Armed with a solid concept and a great cast, the Loki Tv series tells an awesome story that questions if Free will exists in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. And while I had some issues with the series, I really enjoyed its journey. Read Our Full Review & Recap.

Why You Should Watch: Excellent Acting, Good Storyline

Why You Should Skip: Poor Action Scenes

3. In the Heights (June 11th)

Where to Watch:

Watch On HBO Max (Subscription) Watch On HBO Max (Subscription)

Watch On HBO Max (Subscription) Watch On HBO Max (Subscription)

Synopsis: In the Heights is a charming musical, that follows the likable and magnetic bodega owner Usnavi, as he hopes, imagines, and sings about a better life.

4. The Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard (June 16th)

Where to Watch:

Watch On Prime Video (Buy) Watch On Prime Video (Buy) | Watch On Apple TV (Buy) Watch On Apple TV (Buy)

Watch On Prime Video (Buy) Watch On Prime Video (Buy) | Watch On Apple TV (Buy) Watch On Apple TV (Buy)

Synopsis: This month, bodyguard and hitman frenemies, Michael Bryce (Ryan Reynolds) and Darius Kincaid (Samuel L. Jackson) are back on another life-threatening mission in The Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard.  

The film sees Darius’s even more volatile wife Sonia Kincaid (Salma Hayek), force Bryce (who’s still unlicensed and under scrutiny), back into action. But as Bryce is driven over the edge by his two dangerous protectees, the trio find themselves in the middle of a global plot, and soon they realize that they’re all that stands between Europe and a vengeful and powerful madman (Antonio Banderas).

5. Luca  (June 18th)

Where to Watch:

Watch On Disney Plus(Subscription)

Watch On Disney Plus(Subscription)

Synopsis: Set in a beautiful seaside town on the Italian Riviera, Disney and Pixar’s original feature film “Luca” is a coming-of-age story about one young boy experiencing an unforgettable summer filled with gelato, pasta, and endless scooter rides.

Luca (voice of Jacob Tremblay) shares these adventures with his newfound best friend, Alberto (voice of Jack Dylan Grazer), but all the fun is threatened by a deeply-held secret: they are sea monsters from another world just below the water’s surface.

6. Peter Rabbit 2 (June 18th)

Where to Watch:

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Synopsis: Despite his efforts, Peter can’t seem to shake his reputation for mischief among the other rabbits. Once he adventures out of the garden Peter finds himself in a world where mischief is appreciated, but soon his family comes to bring him home.

7. Rick and Morty Season 5  (June 20th)

Where to Watch:

Watch On Prime Video (Buy) Watch On Prime Video (Buy) | Watch On Apple TV (Buy) Watch On Apple TV (Buy)

Watch On Prime Video (Buy) Watch On Prime Video (Buy) | Watch On Apple TV (Buy) Watch On Apple TV (Buy)

Synopsis: The ultimate grandfather-grandson team up returns on June 20th, for an all-new batch of misadventures and chaos across known and unknown space. From the trailer, The fifth season of Rick and Morty promises to be every bit as crazy as the last four seasons (if not more) and I’m more than ok with that. 

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8. Batman: The Long Halloween, Part 1  (June 22nd)

Where to Watch:

Watch On Prime Video (Buy) Watch On Prime Video (Buy) | Watch On Apple TV (Buy) Watch On Apple TV (Buy)

Watch On Prime Video (Buy) Watch On Prime Video (Buy) | Watch On Apple TV (Buy) Watch On Apple TV (Buy)

Synopsis: Coming in towards the end of the month is Batman: The Long Halloween (Part one), which is one of the best Batman stories ever told. When a series of brutal murders occur across various holidays, the story follows the Dark Knight as he investigates and pursues the serial killer with the help of officer James Gordon and District Attorney Harvey Dent.

Batman The Long Halloween Part Two will be available next month.

9. Fast 9 (June 25th)

Where to Watch:

Watch On Prime Video Watch On Prime Video | Watch On Apple TV Watch On Apple TV

Watch On Prime Video Watch On Prime Video Watch On Apple TV Watch On Apple TV

Synopsis:  And to round up the month of June, is the Fast and Furious family as they return for yet another “final ride.” However, this time the family faces one of the most skilled assassins and high-performance drivers they’ve ever encountered, Dominic’s forsaken, brother.

Review: In many ways, F9 is a bad movie. Not only is the film filled with ridiculous action scenes, but it fails to properly execute its story. However, if you watch F9 with the right audience I guarantee you’ll enjoy every moment of it. Read Full Review

Why You Should Watch: Entertaining, Hilariously Impossible Action Scenes

Why You Should Skip: Ridiculous Stunts & Action Scenes, Poor Storytelling

What Movie Are You Kicking off Your Summer off With?

With new Blockbusters and Tv shows dropping every week, it’s understandable if you can’t see them all. So tell us in the comments what film or shows you’ll be watching or skipping this month. Or tweet us @RealCinemaHub where you can also get updates on the latest movie and shows.

Have a wonderful summer.

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