You have been patiently browsing all of our previews of the film in the summer, knowing deep inside you that there is again no way you do through all these movies. It's only been several weeks in the summer and your wallet is so big. What can a person do if they only have the time, for example, of six films?
Answer: you read this chapter of our overview, composed of our best choices. These are the crowds and the animators of the conversation, the ones you would like to regret.
Or we think. We are not psychics. We are just movie buffs who have a very good feeling about it.
Here's what to look for if you just want the best of the best …
- 1 … and you're still not finished War of Infinity: Avengers: End of the game (April 26)
- 2 … and you want to think outside the box: The dead do not die (June 14)
- 3 … and you have plenty of handkerchiefs on hand: L & # 39; farewell (July 12)
- 4 … and you were a child of Disney Renaissance: The Lion King (July 19th)
- 5 … and Tarantino will never fail you: Once upon a time in Hollywood (July 26)
- 6 … and Hereditary was your shit extremely Middle (August 9)
… and you're still not finished War of Infinity: Avengers: End of the game (April 26)
Avengers: war in the infinite capitalized on a decade of accumulation to destroy us with this end. Now, we can only hope that their next adventure will return us, as well as our heroes, again. Game over is a must if you have followed this saga, if you are curious about what might happen next, or if you want to understand the jokes, memes and convos that will make you the event.
… and you want to think outside the box: The dead do not die (June 14)
Just like his Only lovers left alive It was not your typical vampire novel, Jim Jarmusch The dead do not die does not look like any ordinary zombie movie. It's a good thing. Adam Driver, Bill Murray and Chloë Sevigny play a trio of policemen in a small town facing an uprising of the living dead with the help of a Scottish morgue employee wielding the sword, interpreted by Tilda Swinton. Yes, please.
… and you have plenty of handkerchiefs on hand: L & # 39; farewell (July 12)
L & # 39; farewell is a lie: a family conspiracy to hide from his dear matriarch the fact that she is dying of cancer, to spare her sorrow. Yet what shines in this film is how honest and authentic it feels – in its cultural details, its superimposed emotions, its complex family dynamics. This will make you laugh a lot, but it will make you cry too, and you will leave impressed again by the Awkwafina chops.
… and you were a child of Disney Renaissance: The Lion King (July 19th)
It can be literally impossible to feel moved by the trailers The Lion King remake, which pushes the buttons of nostalgia even stronger than the The beauty and the Beast the trailers have done, and are releasing a series of extremely cute animals to boot. But this one contains new additions, such as a cast of great selection including Donald Glover, Chiwetel Ejiofor and Beyoncé Mother Effing Knowles-Carter.
… and Tarantino will never fail you: Once upon a time in Hollywood (July 26)
You like Quentin Tarantino or you do not like it, and at this point, you probably know it anyway. if you are a fan, this starred version of Hollywood history should be in your wheelhouse. Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt play the role of an actor and his duet, who are struggling to move towards a complex industry at the same time that Sharon Tate (Margot Robbie) would have his terrible encounter with Charles Manson (Damon Herriman ).
… and Hereditary was your shit extremely Middle (August 9)
Do not ask us to explain what is happening here because we can not begin to guess. What we make know is that Hereditary frightened the living day of us, and that we are still haunted by it. Therefore, we will absolutely sign for everything Hereditary the director Ari Aster you have to come – what happens to be this cult picture with a scary look.
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