Here are all the movies coming to Tubi in July

Need something new to watch this month? Tubi has you covered. The free streaming platform is celebrating summer movie season in a big way this July with classics like “Jaws” and “The Matrix” (and the franchises that followed both blockbusters). There’s also the “Divergent” series, along with summer comedies and blockbusters like “The Sandlot”and “Hulk.” Plus Tubi is debuting four new original features that touch on everything from aliens to penguins to BMX glory.

June movie preview: Adam Sandler, ‘Jurassic World,’ Buzz Lightyear and Elvis

It’s going to be a big summer for moviegoing. While “Jurassic World Dominion” and Pixar’s “Lightyear” are sure to bring plenty of blockbuster spectacle to megaplexes everywhere, there are all sorts of different movies debuting this month, both in theaters and on streaming. Here’s what’s headed your way, cinematically speaking, in June 2022.

‘So You Think You Can Dance’ recap: Enter the frontrunners

Welcome back to "So You Think You Can Dance" recaps! In "Auditions Show 3," we get — you guessed it — more auditions, including a ballroom dancer who doesn’t need a partner but does need lots of fringe, a performer who blends comedy and choreography and at least three possible frontrunners. FOX TV critic Allison Shoemaker recaps.

‘MasterChef’ recap: More ‘back to win’ contestants compete

Welcome back to “MasterChef ” recaps! In episode 2, “Back to Win - Audition Battles (continued),” the barrage of culinary fisticuffs continues, as four more rounds of All-Star former contestants whip up “comeback dishes” to win a coveted white apron and a chance to return to the MasterChef competition. TV critic Clint Worthington recaps the latest from the MC Kitchen.

‘Titanic’ on screen: An ocean of options

The first movie about the Titanic’s sinking is now lost to history — a fire in 1914 destroyed the last remaining copy — but over the last century, there has been no shortage of filmmakers compelled to depict this tragedy. Film critic Emma Fraser digs into some of the most memorable, from "A Night to Remember" to "Titanic 666" — and yes, Kate and Leo are there too,

‘MasterChef’ returns! Here’s what you missed in the premiere

Welcome to "MasterChef" recaps! In the season 12 premiere, "Back to Win — Audition Battles," we get — you guessed it — auditions, as the MC kitchen welcomes back 40 former contestants, all competing for a chance to snag the title (and the cash that comes with it). Here's what you missed.

'Stranger Things' recap: Here's a refresher ahead of the season 4 premiere

“Stranger Things” last graced our Netflix screens three long years ago. And the spooky hit is finally returning with its (supersized!) fourth season, starting this Friday, May 27. If you’re anything like us, however, you might need a little refresher as to what exactly went down in Hawkins, Indiana over the course of the show’s first three seasons. FOX TV critic Caroline Siede is here to catch you up on the Upside Down.

‘So You Think You Can Dance’ recap: Cue the happy mom tears

Welcome to "So You Think You Can Dance" recaps! In the 17th season premiere, "Dance is Back! Auditions Show 1,"three new judges take the stage, a crop of new dancers win hearts and one intimidatingly cool woman casually challenges tWitch to a battle.

Marvel second installments ranked — including ‘Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness’

Benedict Cumberbatch’s Dr. Stephen Strange may have five Marvel Cinematic Universe credits to his name, but, remarkably, he’s only just now getting an official follow-up to his 2016 debut film, “Doctor Strange.” That’s part of the charm of the sprawling MCU. But there’s also a fine art to making a direct sequel within those interconnected franchise parameters. So in honor of the long-awaited debut of “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness,” we decided to look back on how Marvel second installments have fared over the years.

‘Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness’ review: Marvel makes a messy horror movie

If you’ll forgive the pun, “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness” is a strange movie. It’s one-third a sweaty act of Marvel brand expansion; one-third a somewhat confusing follow-up to the Disney+ series “WandaVision”; and one-third a pretty fun Sam Raimi action horror comedy in the vein of his “Evil Dead” series. FOX film critic Caroline Siede reviews Marvel's latest.