Opening This Month: June 2015
Posted on June 1, 2015 at 3:59 pm
Summer movies are here! Raunchy comedies, blockbuster sequels, and even some documentaries and indie gems.
Here’s what’s ahead this month.
Entourage: Vince and his pals are back as the hit HBO series about a Hollywood star and his friends, and of course about their volcanically profane agent, Ari, played by multiple award winner Jeremy Piven.
Spy: Melissa McCarthy teams up with action star Jason Statham in this R-rated comedy directed by “Bridesmaids'” Paul Feig.
Love & Mercy: Paul Dano and John Cusack play the brilliant but troubled Brian Wilson in this biopic about the genius behind the Beach Boys, co-starring Paul Giamatti as his controversial therapist and Elizabeth Banks as the woman who loves him.
Jurassic World: Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard star in this reboot of the series based on the book by Michael Crichton and the movie directed by Steven Spielberg.
Me and Earl and the Dying Girl: This sweet indie is funny, smart, surprising, and touching.
The Wolfpack: A group of sheltered, homeschooled boys in New York City learn about the world through the movies they watch and re-create — and this is a documentary.
The Yes Men Are Revolting: In their third film, the Yes Men continue to combine protest, theater, and comedy to bring attention to environmental dangers and corporate misdeeds.
Inside Out: Pixar’s new film is about the emotions within a middle school girl, featuring the voices of Lewis Black, Amy Poehler, and Mindy Kaling.
Infinitely Polar Bear: Mark Ruffalo and Zoë Saldana star in this fact-based story of a brilliant but bi-polar man who does the best he can to care for his two daughters.
Max: A dog that worked with US Marines in Afghanistan returns to the U.S. and is adopted by the younger brother of the Marine handler who was killed in action.
Ted 2: The talking bear with the potty mouth returns.
Batkid Begins: The Make-A-Wish story about the kid who wanted to be Batman captured the hearts of the world. This is what happened.