By Eriq Rivera
This month will be highlighted by sequels and some Tom Cruise as Hollywood blockbusters continue.
Tom Cruise and Emily Blunt star in Edge of Tomorrow. All we have to say to sell this movie is simply ‘aliens’ and all we have to say to unsell this movie is ‘Tom Cruise’.
The Fault in Our Stars is a teen romance unlike any others…sort of. A guy and a girl met at a cancer support group, the girl lives with an oxygen tank while the guy has a prosthetic leg.
Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum return for 22 Jump Street. The two cops are finally done with high school, now they have to go through basically the same but in…COLLEGE. Dave Franco, Nick Offerman, and Ice Cube co-star with Hill and Tatum.
Dean DeBlois really wants you to learn how to train your dragon. How To Train Your Dragon‘s sequel is named.. How To Train Your Dragon 2. What else do I have to say? It’s basically like the first one, except it’s the second one.
Clint Eastwood directs Christopher Walken in a biopic about 60s group The Four Seasons. Jersey Boys tells the story of four young man from New Jersey.
The Rover is about a man who tracks a gang who stole his car on his own, but with the help of a wounded man. Guy Pearce and Robert Pattinson star in the film
Another Vegas-type adventure film as Kevin Hart, Michael Ealy, and Regina Hall star in Think Like A Man Too. The couples from the first film continue their shenanigans in par too (two).
Captain America Chris Evans is set to save America once again, except without being Captain America. Snowpiercer is about a failed global warming experiment that killed almost everybody except Evans and a few others.
Take away Shia Labeouf and Megan Fox, Michael Bay will continue his Transformers franchise anyway. This time, Bay brings in Mark Wahlberg for Transformers: Age of Extinction. Autobots, Deceptions, and the government collide in this blockbuster.