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Summer is the perfect opportunity to go out and experience new things with your friends, family, and loved ones. What better way to spend time with the people you love than to go to the movies? With a jam-packed summer filled with promising hits, here are the top ten summer films you need to see this summer!

The Bikeriders

Inspired by Danny Lyon’s 1968 photography book, The Bikeriders follows a fictional 1960s midwestern biker gang called the Vandals. This highly anticipated film was slated to release back in August 2023, but due to the SAG-AFTRA strike, the release was delayed. Directed by Jeff Nichols. 


Inspired by director and writer Josh Margolin’s relationship with his grandmother, Thelma follows a woman who falls for a phone scam. Thelma, played by June Squibb, then embarks on a journey to hold the thief accountable. 


The final film in the “X” slasher trilogy is here. MaXXXine follows Maxine as she tries to become the next big Hollywood star in the mid-80s by joining the cast of a campy horror sequel. Directed by Ti West and starring Mia Goth. 

Inside Out 2

Two years after her move to San Francisco, Riley is about to enter high school. Her emotions Joy (Amy Poehler), Sadness (Phyllis Smith), Anger (Lewis Black), Fear (Tony Hale) and Disgust (Liza Lapira) are guiding Riley as she moves through adolescence. Going through puberty means Riley has some new emotions including Envy (Ayo Edebiri), Embarrassment (Paul Walter Hauser), Ennui (Adéle Exarchopoulos) and their ringleader Anxiety (Maya Hawke). Will Riley be able to survive through high school? 

Fly Me to the Moon

Starring Scarlett Johansson and Channing Tatum, Fly Me to the Moon follows Cole Davis (Tatum), a NASA director who is leading the Apollo 11 launch, and Kelly Jones (Johansson), a marketing guru who is brought on board to “sell the moon” to the American public. Things go haywire when Kelly’s boss suggests they fake a launch. 

Deadpool & Wolverine

Starring Hugh Jackman and Ryan Reynolds, Deadpool and Wolverine is the third movie in the Deadpool series. The film takes place after the events of Deadpool 2. Wade Willson (Reynolds) is living peacefully until the Time Variance Authority (TVA) gives him a new mission leaving him to team up with Wolverine (Jackman). 

The Instigator

Starring Matt Damon, Casey Affleck, and Hong Chau. Two robbers end up botching a robbery which then forces them on the run. Through the chaos, they manage to drag along one of their therapists in the process. Directed by Doug Liam.

It Ends With Us

Adapted from the novel created by Colleen Hoover, It Ends With Us follows Lily, played by Blake Lively, as she tries to overcome her difficult childhood in search of a better life. She then meets Ryle, a neurosurgeon, and the pair begin a relationship. Lily begins to discover the parallels between her relationship and the relationship of her parents. 

The Crow

Based on the hit comic series, The Crow is a remake of the 1994 film of the same name. The film follows Erin Draven, played by Bill Skarsgård, who is a musician who was murdered. He is resurrected from the dead to avenge the deaths of himself and his fiancé, who is played by FKA Twigs. 

Blink Twice

Making her directing debut, Zoe Kravitz’s Blink Twice is a comedy thriller that follows a cocktail waitress who falls for a tech mogul. She then travels with him to his private island, where things begin to go awry. 

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