Summer Preview

Must-see flicks

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BY: Matt Elisofon

It Comes at Night
A chilling story about a man (Joel Edgerton) and his wife (Riley Keough) trying to protect their family from whatever lurks in the woods.


Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales
Depp and Bloom return to fight an old nemesis in Capt. Salazar (Javier Bardem), a very evil and very dead pirate marauding the high seas.


Atomic Blonde
Charlize follows up on her ass-kicking turn in Mad Max: Fury Road with this action-packed new spy franchise.


The Beguiled
Sofia Coppola breathes new life into the Clint Eastwood classic with Kirsten Dunst, Elle Fanning, Nicole Kidman, and Colin Farrell.


Bigelow turns her eyes to a whole new war zone: 1960’s Detroit.


King Arthur: Legend of the Sword
It’s only right that the Patron Saint of the British Streets brings his gritty and urban vision to the Arthurian legend. Oh, and Charlie Hunnam plays Arthur.


Baby Driver
Ansel Elgort plays the Baby version of Ryan Gosling in Drive. His name is literally Baby.


Wonder Woman
DC has finally decided to stop messing around and expand their universe. We’re glad they’re leading with Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman!


Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets
Luc Besson teams up with Cara Delevigne and Dane DeHaan to give us his, well, Bessoniest looking movie ever. Like The Fifth Element on steroids.


The Book of Henry
A single mother (Naomi Watts) and her brilliant son attempt to thwart an abusive step-father next door.


The Mummy
Tom Cruise squares off with a female mummy in a reboot of a classic series. It will be the first film in Universal’s monster franchise.


All Eyes on Me
It’s been over twenty years since Tupac’s grisly murder. It’s about time this movie was made.