August gets kicked off with two movies that were destroyed by critics, Suicide Squad and Nine Lives.
Everything out this weekend seems to be splitting critics right down the middle as Nerve, Jason Bourne and Bad Moms are all hovering around 50-60% on Rotten Tomatoes.
Star Trek Beyond and Lights Out are both apparently good bets this weekend depending if you want sci-fi action or horror while the latest Ice Age seems to prove the series should come to an end.
After months of controversy, Ghostbusters finally arrives in theaters to pretty good reviews while Bryan Cranston stars in another drama based on true events in The Infiltrator.
A family friendly animated comedy takes on a raunchy R rated comedy this weekend at the box office.
July kicks off with the latest from Steven Spielberg, the third in the Purge series and a reboot of Tarzan.
It’s an eclectic mix of movies to close out June as the huge big budget destruction of Independence Day: Resurgence goes against shark thriller The Shallows, the latest from Nicolas Winding Refn and a Civil War drama with McConaughey.
The highly anticipated Finding Nemo sequel is here with the expected critical acclaim while the team up between The Rock and Kevin Hart seems to be getting just OK reviews.
Warcraft seems to be continuing the trend of terrible video game movies while The Conjuring 2 is the best bet between the two sequel out this weekend.
Popstar seems like your best bet this weekend as The Lonely Island’s first film got rave reviews while the other two releases are in the rotten range on Rotten Tomatoes.