From Seth Rogen, the turtles are back for a new generation.
They just want to be normal teenagers and eat their pizza, but first they must
embark on a heroes’ quest.
Across the Spider-Verse"
Miles Morales enters the Spider-verse to see old friends (Gwen,
Peter B. Parker) and new (Spider-Man 2099). He will also have to make a difficult
choice between saving someone he loves versus the whole dang world.
Rise of the Beasts"
This is the seventh film in the "Transformers" series and a
direct sequel to 2018’s "Bumblebee." In the film, Anthony
Ramos and Dominique Fishback play humans tasked with
helping the Maximals protect the Transwarp Key from evil planet-eating Unicron.
What happens when fire and water mix? In this new Pixar
film, the elemental question of can opposites attract is explored.
After a long delay, the Ezra Miller-fronted film finally
gets released. Here, the Flash enters the Speed Force to go back in time to save
his mother. He ends up trapped in a alternate universe with Supergirl and a
different Batman (Michael Keaton).
Director Wes Anderson goes to the desert in search of aliens in this
film starring Jason Schwartzman, Tom Hanks, Scarlett Johansson and Hope Davis, just
to name a few of the huge all-star cast.
7. "No Hard Feelings"
Jennifer Lawrence brings back the teen sex comedy in this
raunchy tale of parents who hire a woman to seduce their young adult son. It’s
from the makers of the equally funny but crude “Good Boys,” so it’s bound to be
a good time.
Jones and the Dial of Destiny"
After a disastrous part four, we have high hopes for the fifth
installment of the "Indiana Jones" series. It stars Harrison Ford as a retiring
Indy, on one last quest with his goddaughter, played by Phoebe Waller-Bridge ("Fleabag").
Gillman, Teenage Kraken"
An opposite version of “The Little Mermaid,” this animated film
tells of a world where mermaids are the beasts and a young kraken must take
them on to save everyone.
Impossible - Dead Reckoning, Part One"
Delayed thanks to the pandemic, the long-awaited seventh
installment of the Tom Cruise Action series (part one of two) will premiere in July.
With some major stunts in store, Ethan Hunt (Cruise) and team attempt to track down a humanity-destroying
weapon. Part two comes out next summer.
Barbie (Margot Robbie) has an existential crisis that leads
her and guy-pal Ken (Ryan Gosling) to the Real World. This isn’t exactly kid
stuff as the film is rated PG-13.
This biopic tells the true story of J. Robert Oppenheimer (played
by Cillian Murphy), whose Manhattan Project led to the invention of nuclear
weapons during World War II. Christopher Nolan directs and Emily Blunt and Matt
Damon co-star. This is the one movie you need to see in IMAX to fully
appreciate it in its 65mm glory.
13. "Haunted Mansion"
More scary than the 2003 Eddie Murphy bomb (and hopefully funnier), this second attempt
at film-ifying the classic Disney ride stars LaKeith Stanfield, Danny DeVito and
Own Wilson as a team brought in to exorcise a haunted house for a single mom