The Best and Most Exciting Movies to Look Forward to This Summer

There are many exciting films to look forward this summer, including sequels, intros, and documentaries. Here are some of the best picks:

  1. Babes (May 17, wide release June 4) - This pregnancy comedy starring Ilana Glazer and Michelle Buteau is directed and written by Pamela Adlon, proving she can do more than just create amazing characters on FX's Better Things.
  2. Hit Man (May 24 in theaters, June 7 on Netflix) - Directed by Richard Linklater, this thriller comedy is inspired by a true story about a professor who spends his spare time posing as a hit man for the New Orleans Police Department.
  3. Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga (May 24) - Director George Miller returns to the Mad Max universe with this origin story starring Anya Taylor-Joy as the iconic character Furiosa.
  4. Robot Dreams (May 31) - This animated film is directed by Pablo Berger and based on a comic by Sara Varon, featuring a lonely dog who befriends an robot in '80s Manhattan.
  5. I Used to Be Funny (June 7) - This dark comedy is written and directed by Ally Pankiw, starring comedian Rachel Sennott who plays a depressed stand-up comedian.
  6. The Watchers (June 7) - Directed by Ishana Shyamalan, this thriller set in the Irish countryside follows a group of strangers tormented by creatures in the woods.
  7. Inside Out 2 (June 14) - The long-awaited sequel to the beloved Pixar movie, this time following the emotions of a teenage girl.
  8. Bread & Roses (June 21) - This documentary directed by Sahra Mani and produced by Malala Yousafzai and Jennifer Lawrence follows the lives of three women fighting for their rights after the Taliban's takeover of Kabul in 2021.
  9. The Bikeriders (June 21) - Written and directed by Jeff Nichols, this movie stars Austin Butler and Tom Hardy as members of a fictional Chicago motorcycle club.
  10. Fancy Dance (June 21 in theaters, June 28 on Apple TV+) - This debut feature directed by Native American filmmaker Erica Tremblay stars Lily Gladstone as the caregiver for her niece on a reservation.
  11. Janet Planet (June 21) - This film directed by Annie Baker starring Julianne Nicholson, Will Patton, Sophie Okonedo, and Elias Koteas is a breakout from Telluride last year.
  12. Kinds of Kindness (June 21) - This film directed by Yorgos Lanthimos stars Emma Stone, Jesse Plemons, Willem Dafoe, and Margaret Qualley in three interconnected stories.
  13. Thelma (June 21) - This film written and directed by Josh Margolin stars 94-year-old June Squibb as an Thelma Post, who travels across the country to retrieve money that was scammed from her.
  14. I Am: Celine Dion (June 25) - This intimate documentary following Celine Dion's career since her diagnosis of stiff-person syndrome will be released on Prime Video.
  15. A Family Affair (June 28) - This romantic comedy stars Nicole Kidman, Zac Efron, and Joey King and is written by Richard LaGravenese.
  16. Horizon: An American Saga: Chapters 1 (June 28) - This first two episodes of Kevin Costner's passion project about a ranching family in the Old West during the Civil War has garnered mixed reviews.
  17. A Quiet Place: Day One (June 28) - The third entry in the A Quiet Place franchise directed by Michael Sarnoski stars Lupita Nyong'o and Joseph Quinn.
  18. Beverly Hills Cop: Axel F (July 3) - The fourth installment of the Beverly Hills Cop series starring Eddie Murphy is finally coming to Netflix.
  19. MaXXXine (July 5) - The third entry in the slasher film franchise Pearl, directed by Ti West stars Mia Goth dealing with the trauma of living through a massacre while pursuing an acting career.
  20. Sing Sing (July 12) - This movie is directed by Greg Kwedar and is inspired by the true story of theater productions inside the infamous Sing Sing Correctional Facility.
  21. Fly Me to the Moon (July 12) - This

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