May 7th – Ironman 2
I’m not really looking forward to this one. I wasn’t a big fan of the first one, I thought it was overrated and Tony Stark is a jerk. I’ll probably end up seeing it though.
June 4th – Splice
This film has been getting some good feedback from Sundance. It looks like it could be an original and entertaining sci-fi story.
June 4th – Get Him To The Greek
If you liked “Forgetting Sarah Marshall chances are you will enjoy “Get Him To The Greek”, it is written and directed by the same people. Russel Brand’s rock-star character is the same from “Sarah Marshall”, but this time Jonah Hill is a record company intern who’s job is to transport Brand to his gig in LA.
June 18th – Toy Story 3
I must say I am a bit worried about this one, but I will see it, Pixar hasn’t steered me wrong yet.
June 18th – Cyrus
Another favorite at Sundance, John C. Reilly plays a man fighting for a woman with her son (Jonah Hill).
July 2nd – The Last Airbender
I think it’s easy to say that Avatar: The Last Airbender is the most epic cartoon geared towards tweens or whatever age people are that watch Nickelodeon. A live-action film directed by M. Night Shymalan doesn’t sound like a good idea, judging by his recent releases. The special effects do look pretty cool though. I’ll probably see this one.
July 16th – Inception
This is defiantly the movie I am looking most forward to this summer. It’s probably also the movie I know the least about and I want it to stay that way. All I need to know is that Christopher Nolan is directing it.
July 23th – Dinner for Schmucks
Paul Rudd brings a nerdy Steve Carell to a business dinner in which the man with the nerdiest guest wins. If that isn’t enough to make you wanna see this movie, Zach Galifinakis is a mind reader.
August 6th – The Other Guys
I’m ready to give Will Ferrell another chance, this trailer looked alright. I think it will be better then “Cop Out” and it’s directed by the same guy that did “Stepbrothers”, which was alright.