Tuesday, May 10, 2016

List of Summer Movies 2016 You Must Watch

2016 Summer movie season is upon us, which means it's time to get ready for all the eagerly awaited films. Calendars will tell you that summer does not officially begin until June 20, but movie fans know the true start to the season is usually sometime in late April or early May. So let’s gather around the upcoming or new released movies that you can see in summer holiday. 

Captain America: Civil War (May 6) 

 

A film that really needs no introduction, Captain America: Civil War kicks open the gates of summer movie season with a battle between the heroes of the Marvel Universe. The trailers make the film out to be more of an Avengers film than a true solo adventure for Cap, but we’re willing to go along for the ride considering the Russo brothers are the ones at the helm. The pair’s work on Winter Soldierhelped rejuvenate interest in superhero films as a whole, and we cannot wait to see what they do when allowed to use all the characters of the MCU. 

Money Monster (May 13) 

 

The film that has been selling you on essentially one trailer for the better part of 2016 is finally rolling into theaters with an all-star cast of people who were famous before social media existed. George Clooney plays a fast-talking TV host who is held hostage on air by a man desperate to see those who cause economic turmoil brought to justice. Julia Roberts appears as the show’s producer, doing her best to keep calm amidst an unimaginable situation. If the story is half as good as the cast the film will be worth seeing, but if it’s even better there may once again be an argument for mid-budget, non comic book inspired summer blockbusters. 

The Darkness (May 13) 

 

There are several high-profile horror films arriving in theaters this summer, and The Darkness has the honor of setting the pace for everything that follows. Wolf Creek filmmaker Greg McLean directs a cast that includes Kevin Bacon in a story that follows a family who unknowingly welcome a supernatural force into their home that feeds off their fears and vulnerabilities. Everything that makes up a parent’s and child’s worst nightmare is possible, but whether or not the film can deliver on such a tantalizing promise remains to be seen. 

Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising (May 20) 

 

Did Neighbors, the 2014 film about a young family fighting a fraternity for suburban bliss, demand a sequel? No. Not at all. We were pretty shocked when second film was announced, but after catching ourselves recalling the De Niro sequence for the 25th time, we actually wanted to know what Mack, Kelly and Teddy would do next. The answer, at least from the title, appears to be that the fraternity and family will now join forces to battle a sorority who has recently moved into town (featuring ChloĆ« Grace Moretz and Selena Gomez). We’re in, but our expectations are low. 

X-Men: Apocalypse (May 27) 

 

Once you’ve seen Batman fight Superman and Captain America fight Iron Man you can pay to see the entire X-Men gang battle an ancient mutant played by Star Wars and Ex Machina star Oscar Isaac in X-Men: Apocalypse. It’s the sixth X-men film to date, and somehow it looks bigger than all the rest in terms of both scale and cast. Every actor you have loved from the series is here, with the exception of Patrick Stewart and Ian Mckellen (as far as we know), and there are a few new recruits along for the ride as well (Olivia Munn is a perfect choice for Psylocke). 

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out Of The Shadows (June 3) 

 

We will be the first to tell you that the initial reboot of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles was a bit of a disappointment. We didn’t want anything to do with another entry in the unnecessary reboot, but then we saw Be-Bop and Rock Steady in the first trailer and the child from the 1990s in all of us squealed with joy. Then Casey Jones appeared and we momentarily lost consciousness. Out Of The Shadows looks to embrace the sheer absurdity of the TMNT universe with reckless abandon, and that has convinced us it’s worthy of our time. 

Now You See Me 2 (June 10) 

 

The movie about magic that had no actual magic is back, and this time the magic is even more spell-bindingly unreal. Still, the extremely likable cast and the addition of Daniel Radcliffe has us curious to see if the Four Horseman can indeed ride again. The initial trailers have not explained why Isla Fischer is no longer part of the cast, but we assume all will be explained when the film rolls into theaters this June. 

Finding Dory (June 17) 

 

Pixar has a number of sequels in their product pipeline right now, and Finding Dory is the next due to come off the editing bay hard drive. Everyone’s favorite forgetful fish will leave her life with Nemo and his family in search of her home. The only problem is, she doesn’t exactly know where that place is…Yet. 

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