It’s ridiculously hot outside. RIDICULOUSLY hot. As in you have to be sitting in a pool with water up to your eyeballs to stand being out there. Anyway, you get my meaning. So, what happens after you’re sunburned or what if it actually rains? Then, it’s time to go to the movies. Where the snacks are plenty and the air conditioning blows true (fortunately, on someone else’s bill).
To help you decide what to watch while you munch on some snacks and suck up all that cool air read my breakdown below. Please keep in mind this is the adult guide. All kid friendly movies can be found on a future list.
June – It’s not too late – there are plenty of good choices left.
Wonder Woman –On the off chance you haven’t seen this gem yet, go! This is easily DC’s best. Grab your girls and catch the ultimate chick flick.
The Bad Batch – Go for the cast. Jason Momoa people… I repeat it has Jason Momoa.
The Book of Henry – This one might require a tissue or two.
Baby Driver – Another cast bursting with talent oh and it’s about a heist which is always
Kill Switch – Could be the first interesting sci-fi flick of summer.
The Beguiled – Based off a book and with a stellar cast, Colin Farrell is going to wish he’d ended up somewhere else.
Atomic Blonde – Hands down the July movie that I would consider my must-see. Come on, it’s Charlize Theron kicking ass with a little James McAvoy on the side.
The Big Sick – You’ll laugh, you might even cry, but it’s original and should definitely be checked out.
Dunkirk – Oscar bait in July? If Christopher Nolan has anything to do with it, then possibly so.
Spider-Man Homecoming – This kid was a lot of fun to watch in Civil War, so why not go see him in his own movie? Not to mention Iron Man himself, Michael Keaton and Marissa Tomei are also part of the cast.
Wish Upon – This is for those of you who need a little horror in your life. You can let me know if it was worth the $$.
The Dark Tower – I can’t wait for this one. Like millions of others, I’ve read the books and while I know they’ve taken serious liberties with the movie, for once, I might be able to look past that little issue. Bring on the gunslinger.
Tulip Fever – If you like old school forbidden love, this one’s for you. Oh and little actor named Christoph Waltz is in it.
Detroit – A little history that plays like a thriller starring Finn from Star Wars – go.
The Hitman’s Bodyguard – Okay, this might be terrible, or the humor might work. Since it stars Ryan Reynolds and Samuel L. Jackson, I’m willing to give it a try.
Okay, so that’s my list. What’s on yours? Or if you have a chance to see any of these gems, let me know what you thought. I’ll be in the pool if you need me…