July is traditionally a month for blockbuster Movie releases. July 2017 should be no exception to that rule. Superhero films, action flicks, comedies - the month has it all in store. But if you only have the opportunity to go to the theater once in the coming month, which film should you see? These are the four best options worth considering, listed in reverse order.

'Atomic Blonde'

The nonstop competition between megastars Charlize Theron and Scarlet Johansson for the part of "Biggest Female Action Star" gets ratcheted up another notch.

Theron headlines as a lethal assassin tasked with completing an impossible mission. James McAvoy and John Goodman also get involved in the decrepit world created by filmmaker David Leitch. The movie busts into theaters on July 28, 2017.

'War for the Planet of the Apes'

Despite it being billed as such, this is not the end of the "Planet of the Apes" reboot - far from it, perhaps. But it will probably be the most action-centric chapter so far, the third of the series.

Caesar goes up against Colonel in an ape versus human battle that could determine the fate of the world. Andy Serkis continues to pantomime the apes, while Woody Harrelson steps into the war as Colonel. This movie will be released nationwide on July 14, 2017.

'Dunkirk'

The trailers for this movie have been playing for so long that it would be easy to think it came out months ago and is getting a re-release in theaters.

Instead, Christopher Nolan fans will finally get to see what happens when civilians enter the naval combat zone of World War II as Allied troops are surrounded by the enemy. Tom Hardy and Mark Rylance star, while even One Direction vet Harry Styles garners a role. This film will wash into theaters on July 21, 2017.

'Spider-Man: Homecoming'

It's still more than a bit strange to see a second "Spider-Man" reboot in just over five years - this movie will be released four days after the five-year anniversary of Andrew Garfield's turn as "The Amazing Spider-Man." Tom Holland has potential in the role after a fun debut during "Captain America: Civil War." After roles as Batman and Birdman, it will also be entertaining to see Michael Keaton back on his superhero grind, this time as the villainous Vulture.

Marvel has plenty at stake with every release, but "Spider-Man: Homecoming" will determine whether a tentpole will emerge once more. The film slings into theaters on July 7, 2017.

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