2015 Summer BlockBusters

San Andreas May 29 

            You think the Stillwater earthquakes are scary? San Andreas opened big with $53.2 million on it’s debut. The film stars Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson. The state is collapsing on itself and it is up to his team to save the lives of his loved ones and strangers. The film also stars Colton Haynes, Alexandra Daddario and Carla Gugino. If you enjoy an action packed thriller, this is a movie you have to see.

 

Pitch Perfect 2 May 15 

            If you give any teenage girl an empty red solo cup, they’ll know what to do. Pitch Perfect became and instant sensation and we just couldn’t resist another round of awkward accapella singing. This movie contains your favorite stars from the original and is sure to leave you with a smile and a song in your head. 

 

Minions July 10 

An adoarble spin off of the famous hit characters from Despicable Me. It’s a perfect film to take your children or the kids you babysit to go see. This movie is cute, sweet and guaranteed to make you smile.


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Paper Towns July 24 

            Award winning author, John Green, has done it again. The writer or A Fault in Our Stars, Looing for Alaska and many more, comes a love story about a wild girl and a shy guy. Follow them together on an unforgettable journey about true love and kindness.

 

Spy June 5 

            This movie has one of the best casts I’ve seen in years. Melissa McCarthy, Jason Statham, Jude Law, Rose Byrne and 50 Cent in one movie? When do tickets go on sale? This brilliantly talented cast tells the story of an odd woman that just wants to be accepted and fulfill her dream of being a spy. We follow her through her hysterical adventure to trump the bad guys and save the day.

 

Inside Out June 19 

            This animated show gives children an illustration that will help them grasp the concept of emotions. Emotions and feelings are hard and trying to explain how they work to anyone, let alone a child, is a conversation no one really understands. The makers of Monster’s Inc., Finding Nemo and many more bring you a genius film that follows a little girl and her emotions. It’s adaorable, heartwarming and is sure to be another Pixar classic.