August gets started with a bizarre mix of movies including a reimagining of Winnie the Pooh from Disney, a Mila Kunis/Kate McKinnon spy comedy, a dystopian YA movie and the latest conspiracy theory ramblings of Dinesh D’Souza.
July 2018 closes out with possibly the best Mission: Impossible movie ever and an extremely well recieved jump of the Teen Titans Go! team to the big screen.
It’s all sequels this weekend as The Equalizer, Mamma Mia and Unfriended get second chapters.
The Rock gets his Die Hard on in Skyscraper this weekend while Adam Sandler’s Dracula and the rest of the Hotel Transylvania crew go on a cruise in the third entry of that series.
July kicks off with the final MCU movie of 2018, Ant-Man and The Wasp, and the prequel to the Purge that shows how all that insanity got started.
June closes out with two polar opposite new releases: the gritty thriller sequel to Sicario and the wacky “NBA Stars as old men” comedy Uncle Drew.
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom is the only new release out this weekend and its looking to be as big, if not bigger, than its predecessor.
After 14 years, The Incredibles are finally back for a long awaited sequel and it’s joined by an R rated comedy based on true events and a reboot of a blaxploitation classic.
The Ocean’s series is back with Sandra Bullock leading an all female heist team, this summer’s critically acclaimed horror movie from A24, Hereditary, and the John Wickesque Hotel Artemis are this weekend’s new releases.
The first weekend of June gets an eclectic mix of movies including the latest from the minds behind Jackass and Saw and a romantic survival drama based on true events.