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The 7 best new movies on Max in June 2023

by Stewart Cole

Max has plenty of gritty movies available to stream in June, from fantasy worlds like Pandora in “Avatar: The Way of Water” (2022) to true stories like “Just Mercy” (2019) and “I, Tonya” ( 2017) starring soon barbieMargot Robbie.

If you’re in a more fun, flirty mood, “Magic Mike’s Last Dance” has become available on the streamer. Music fans can find the latest iteration of “A Star Is Born” starring Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper, as well as two of the other previous releases, available on Max. Brad Pitt’s hilarious performance in ‘Moneyball’ could satisfy sports fans.

Here are the 7 best new movies on Max in June 2023:

“Avatar: The Way of Water” (2022)

“Avatar 2: The Way of Water” (20th Century Studios)

The second episode set in James Cameron’s Pandora universe smashed the box office when it was released in December 2022. Jake Sully (Sam Worthington) and Neytiri (Zoe Saldana) had three biological children and adopted one, Grace (baby Sigourney Weaver ). but the military men who originally introduced Jake to Pandora are back, including Quaritch (Stephen Lang) reincarnated in an Avatar body. Jake and Neytiri fled to the water tribes, where their children learn to master other skills from the children of Tonovari (Cliff Curtis) and Ronal (Kate Winslet). The mythical Tulkun also played a large role in protecting the rulers of the water and the people who agreed to take refuge. Returning to Pandora was as beautiful as ever.

“Just Mercy” (2019)


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Based on the book by attorney Bran Stevenson, Michael B. Jordan stars as Stevenson, a civil rights attorney who goes south to offer his services to people in need. He ends up representing a wrongfully convicted death row inmate, Walter McMillan (Jamie Foxx). Brie Larson also appears as Eva Ansley. “Just Mercy” is a perfect viewing choice for June’s celebration. The film hit the streamer on June 1st.

Moneyball (2011)


Moneyball (Released by Sony Pictures)

Everyone loves an underdog story, even better when it’s based on a real historical figure. Brad Pitt stars as Billy Beane in ‘Moneyball,’ which highlights a baseball coach’s attempt to lead Oakland A for more wins using algorithmic analysis to recruit new players on a tight budget. This strategy comes with the help of Peter Brand (Jonah Hill), who studied economics at Yale. Chris Pratt stars as an injured pitcher who turns first base. Rounding out the large cast is the late Philip Seymour Hoffman as Art Howe. While some people find baseball boring, this movie is anything but.

Magic Mike’s Last Dance (2023)

Magic Mike's Last Dance

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After it hits theaters on February 10, 2023, the latest installment of Channing Tatum’s “Magic Mike” franchise would be a fun watch to complete the dancer’s journey. Salma Hayek Pinault plays a wealthy socialite who lures Mike to London with an expensive promise. Tatum’s Mike comes out of retirement to play his talents to Hayek Pinault’s Max, who owns a theater in London where he wants to put on a show choreographed by Mike.

A Star Is Born (2018)


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The soundtrack alone should motivate anyone to watch this movie. Lady Gaga wrote several original songs for the film and her duet with actor Bradley Cooper won an Oscar. Gaga plays Ally, a woman with a golden voice who is discovered by professional performer Jackson Maine (Cooper) one night when he hears her sing. Maine’s interest in Allie, both romantically and professionally, catapults her to fame and they perform some big hits together. The story also shines a spotlight on struggles with addiction.

Moonlight (2016)



Best Picture Oscar winner A24, which set the tone for Everything Everywhere All At Once, follows a young boy who discovers who he is in terms of sexuality and not just during his childhood, which is full of her own unique struggles. Trevante Rhodes stars as the adult Black and Mahershala Ali plays Juan. Naomie Harris plays Paula and Janelle Monae appears as Theresa.

I, Tonya (2017)


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Allison Janney won the Best Supporting Actress Oscar for “I, Tonya,” which follows the true story of professional figure skater Tonya Harding (played by Margot Robbie). A skating scandal between Harding and rival Nancy Kerrigan (played by Caitlin Carver) erupted when Harding’s ex-husband Jeff Gillooly (played by Sebastian Stan) allegedly hired an attacker on Kerrigan’s knee to unable to play or compete. Janney portrayed Tonya’s mother, LaVona. Julianne Nicholson played Diane Rawlinson. Paul Walter Hauser appeared as Shawn and Bobby Cannavale played Martin Maddox. Kiernan Shipka stars as young Tonya.

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