Jurassic World - 6/12
Audiences just can't get enough of Chris Pratt lately. Throw in some dinosaurs running amok in the Jurassic World theme park and you've got yourself another surefire hit. The park that John Hammond dreamt up in the original 1993 film, is now a mega-vacation destination 'a la Walt Disney World. Only these are no animatronic dinos, and they're hungry as hell. Pratt plays a sort of raptor-whisperer, and it's up to him to save lives when the dino-poop hits the fan.
Inside Out - 6/19
All you've really got to know about "Inside Out" is that it's a Pixar movie. Need I say more, seriously? The latest from the studio that's given us classics like Toy Story, Monsters Inc. and Up takes us inside the mind of a tween. There we meet Joy, Sadness, Fear, Anger, and Disgust. With the voice talents of Amy Poehler, Bill Hader, Phyllis Smith, Lewis Black and Mindy Kaling among others, Inside Out sounds like a bonafide Disney/Pixar hit.
Terminator Genisys - 7/1
Arnold promised he'd be back and after sitting out 2009's "Terminator Salvation," the original T-800 reprises his role in this film which is both a sequel and reboot. Along for the ride this time are Emilia Clarke (Game of Thrones) as Sarah Connor, Jason Clarke as John Connor, Jai Courtney as Kyle Reese and Doctor Who star Matt Smith in a mysterious secret role. With Schwarzenegger back, Terminator Genisys will surely remind us why we fell in love with this franchise in the first place.
Magic Mike XXL - 7/1
Let's be fair, 2012's male-stripper hit was more than just sexy naked dudes grinding and gyrating for the ladies. Steven Soderbergh infused the buddy flick with tons of heart and a great story. Magic Mike XXL kicks off three years later, with Mike and his pals hitting the road on their way to a stripper convention. Though there are no superheroes or dinos in this flick, it's sure to be loaded with plenty of spectacle and bare-assed moments.
Minions - 7/10
There was no need for another "Despicable Me" movie. Hell, the Minions are now a pop culture phenomenon in themselves. This prequel tells the story of the three main Minions (Kevin, Stuart and Bob) and their search for a master. Sandra Bullock, John Hamm and Michael Keaton lend their voice talents to this film that's sure to please the entire family.
Ant-Man - 7/17
Ant-Man had its share of troubles early on, but with Marvel's record we've got to give them the benefit of the doubt. With the talent involved including Michael Douglas, Paul Rudd, Corey Stoll and Evangeline Lilly it's going to be tough to screw this one up. Sure, Ant-Man has been one of the more difficult Marvel heroes to bring to the big screen, but the trailers are proof Peyton Reed has done a fantastic job. Leave the internet rumors behind, and go in with an open mind. Ant-Man will surely deliver the goods.
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