Disney+ added quite a few new movies this week. The biggest title is without a doubt Doctor Strange 2but apart from that it was also a really nice week!
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (2022)
Direction: Sam Raimi | cast: Benedict Cumberbatch, Elizabeth Olsen, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Benedict Wong | Release date: June 22
In Marvel Studios’ Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, the MCU unveils the Multiverse and pushes its boundaries further than ever before. With the help of heroes known and new, Doctor Strange explores the perilous realities and reaches of the Multiverse and faces a mysterious new enemy.Rise: Blood hunter (2007)
Direction: Sebastian Gutierrez | cast: Robert Forster, Cameron Richardson, Lucy Liu, Allan Rich | Release date: 24th of June
Reporter Sadie Blake (Lucy Liu) wakes up after being unconscious for a long time in a morgue. She manages to escape and goes in search of the people who did this to her. It turns out to be a religious cult and Sadie is out for revenge.
Trevor: The Musical (2022)
Direction: Robin Abrams, Marc Bruni | cast: Aryan Simhadri, Ava Briglia, Holden Hagelberger, Sammy Dell | Release date: 24th of June
It’s 1981 in America. Trevor Nelson moves through his suburban teenage life while dreaming of a life in show business. When an embarrassing incident at school suddenly puts him in the wrong spotlight, Trevor must muster the courage to go his own way. Trevor the Musical, a moving and funny story about self-discovery and the power of acceptance, is about living your best life with a lot of passion… and a touch of spice.
Direction: Cameron Crowe | cast: Bradley Cooper, Emma Stone, Rachel McAdams, Bill Murray | Release date: 24th of June
A celebrated soldier returns to the site of his greatest triumphs and reconnects with his great love from the past.
The sunchaser (1996)
Direction: Michael Cimino | cast: Woody Harrelson, Jon Seda, Anne Bancroft, Alexandra Tydings | Release date: 24th of June
An ambitious doctor discovers an incurable disease in a part-Indian prisoner. After the man learns of this bad news, he overpowers his police escort and forces the doctor to take him to a sacred site in the Colorado Mountains. During the journey, both men gradually realize their similarities.
The Punisher (2004)
Direction: Jonathan Hensleigh | cast: A. Russell Andrews, Omar Avila, James Carpinello, Mark Collie | Release date: 24th of June
FBI agent Frank Castle quits his dangerous undercover job and starts a normal life with his wife, his son and an office job. However, his life is disrupted when his family is massacred by mobsters seeking retribution for what Frank did in his latest undercover job. Now it’s up to Frank to get revenge.
Mack Wrestles (2019)
Direction: Taylor Hess, Erin Sanger | cast: Mack Beggs | Release date: 24th of June
Mack Wrestles takes the audience behind the scenes as Mack Beggs, a transgender wrestler from Euless, Texas, struggles with public prejudice that stigmatizes transgender athletes. Amid controversy surrounding transgender people’s participation in competitive sports, Beggs’ story is told in this deeply compelling film.