Best new movies on Netflix in June 2022

We barely recovered from the first half of stranger things Season 4 and Netflix is ​​already beating us down for Geeked Week, an event filled to the brim with series, movie, and even game announcements. But the entertainment wheel never stops turning, and while we wait to find out what’s next, there are still plenty of original movies coming to Netflix in June 2022. So if you’re feeling paralyzed by the choices With everything dropping on all streaming platforms at the same time, we’ve picked the seven best new original movies you can watch on Netflix in June 2022. Spoiler alert: there’s a new movie with Chris Hemsworthso we’ll probably all watch it.

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Director: Matthew Reilly

Writer: Matthew Reilly, Stuart Beattie

Cast: Elsa Pataky, Luke Bracey, Aaron Glenane, Mayen Mehta

When available: June 3

Starting the month in style is Elsa Pataki-directed action movie Interceptor. As the title suggests, the film takes place at an interceptor base, a defensive military station always ready to shoot down incoming enemy missiles. With the nuclear threat hanging over the world, each major country has its own interception bases to minimize the damage of possible attacks. So what if Russian pawns infiltrated an interceptor base, trying to disable those defensive measures before the Red Nation missiles were even launched? Some would think that the “bad Russian” trope was out of fashion. Well, apparently, not quite. Interceptor follows Pataky as she attempts to take down the invaders on her own, after only spending a few hours at an intercept base. Sounds like a hell of a first day on the job. The footage from the film teases a classic action movie where the hero uses his wits and his fists to take down an army of bad guys. Take the popcorn. This one is a must watch!


Director: Jeremy Zagar

Writers: Taylor Materne, Will Fetters

Cast: Queen Latifah, Adam Sandler, Ben Foster, Juancho Hernangómez, Robert Duvall

When available: June 6

Whereas Adam Sandler is best known for his comedic roles, you could argue that the star does a more impressive job when allowed to play soulful roles – Uncut Gems, we watch you ! So we are very happy to Hustle, a film where Sandler plays Stanley Sugerman, a basketball coach trying to find meaning in his life. When he was thinking of giving up, Stanley found a new prodigy player in Spain (NBA player Juancho Hernangomez). So, with the help of his wife (Queen Latifah), Stanley will do everything in his power to give this young new star his rightful place in the spotlight. Co-produced by basketball legend james lebron, Hustle seeks to be a deeply moving underdog story that’s also a declaration of love for the sport.

Director: Amanda Micheli

When available: June 14

With incredible acting talent and a voice that can melt even the coldest hearts, Jennifer Lopez is one of the biggest stars to ever grow up in Hollywood and the music industry. However, the path to success was an arduous one and Netflix’s new documentary half time will show how a neighborhood girl faced prejudice and harassment while trying to achieve fame. The documentary will explore Lopez’s early life, exposing all the obstacles she faced in her career leading up to her 2020 Super Bowl halftime show, one of the greatest honors of a musician’s career. . Blending archival footage and interviews with Lopez, her family and friends, and the people who worked with her, half time promises a deep dive into the inspiring story of one of the world’s biggest Latinx icons.

The wrath of God

Director: Sebastien Schindel

Writers: Pablo Del Teso, Sebastian Schindel

Cast: Macarena Achaga, Juan Minujin, Diego Peretti

When available: June 15

With Netflix expanding its catalog of international productions, we get to watch some amazing movies produced outside of Hollywood. This month, Netflix adds the Argentinian thriller The wrath of God (The Ira of Dios). The film follows a young woman, Luciana (Macarena Achaga), which sees each member of its family die, one after another. When all that’s left of her family is her younger sister, Luciana begins a race against time to find out what’s going on and how she can stop it. The wrath of God is adapted from the novel of the same name by Guillermo Martinez.

Director: Joseph Kosinsky

Writers: Rhett Reese, Paul Wernick

Cast: Chris Hemsworth, Miles Teller, Jurnee Smollett

When available: June 17

spider head stars Chris Hemsworth as a scientist who conducts human experiments in a prison. This means Hemsworth will be able to flex some new muscle, as he’s been cast in a big production outside of the type of action hero he usually plays. The trailer for spider head is chilling, as Hemsworth’s scientist destroys lives without even flinching. The goal of the penitentiary is to try new technologies to control prisoners’ minds, discovering how obedient humans really can be. The film follows two lab rats trapped in the penitentiary, played by Miles Teller and Jurnee Smollettas they attempt to escape the ominous place with their lives.

Civilian: Ben Crump

Director: Nadia Hallgren

When available: June 19

Also known as “Black America’s Justice Minister”, Benjamin Lloyd Crump is a civil rights lawyer who has fought the good fight for decades. Crump has worked on major cases such as the death of George Floyd, the Flint water crisis where people were poisoning themselves, and the Johnson & Johnson baby powder case where the company was accused of using carcinogenic products. While Crump is always ready to fight for the people, many of us are unaware of his work. It’s there that Civilian: Ben Crump comes in. With the new documentary, Netflix wants to explore the life and work of the lawyer, shedding light on a true American hero.

Love & Gelato

Director: Brandon Camp

Writer: Brandon camp

Cast: Robin Tunney, Owen McDonnell, Anjelika Washington, Valentina Lodovini, Susanna Skaggs, Tera Hendrickson

When available: June 22

Based on the best-selling book of the same name by Jenna Evans Welch, Love & Gelato is the perfect feel-good movie to end the month. Blending romance and a coming-of-age story, the film follows Lina (Susanna Skaggs), a teenager who loses her mother to cancer and decides to honor her last wish: to spend a vacation in Florence, Italy. There, she falls in love with Italian ice cream, makes romantic encounters and discovers all the secrets of her mother’s stay in Europe. The film also explores Lina’s search for her unknown father, as the young girl tries to figure out her family’s mysterious history. There’s love, there’s drama, and most importantly, I promise you there’s a happy ending. So if you’re looking for a cool movie, Love & Gelato is the right solution for you.

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