Summer is usually the best time for movies. However, this summer's films seem to be more flops than successes.
So far out this summer is Pitch Perfect, San Andreas, and Aloha. A few to come are Entourage, Jurassic World, Ted 2, Magic Mike XXL, and Paper Towns.
Aloha, which released last Friday, only opened at #6 grossing $10 million, regardless of the stellar cast. The movie, which stars big names such as Bradley Cooper, Emma Stone, Rachel McAdams, and Bill Murray, is about a military contractor (Cooper) reconnecting with an old flame (McAdams), while falling for another (Stone.) Sony had extremely low expectations for the movie, that was shelved for six years, which was revealed last year amongst the Sony hack.
Jurassic World, which releases next Friday, June 12th, is the latest in the Jurassic Park series. In this highly anticipated film, Isla Nubar creates a new park attraction that backfires horribly. It stars Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, Judy Greer, and Vincent D'Onfrio. IMDB has pre-screened and rated it 7/10.
The summer film I am most looking forward to seeing is Entourage, which releases tomorrow. I was a big fan of the show and look forward to the boys being back on the big screen. It stars all the original show cast including Adrien Grenier, Jerry Ferrera, Jeremy Piven, and Kevin Connolly.
What are you looking forward to seeing this summer?