Wednesday, May 31, 2023

Top 20 Movies to Look Out For In June (2023)

According to: Selina
20 – Taz: Quest For Burger (6/6)

Production/Distribution: Warner Bros. Animation, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment
Director: Ryan Kramer
Writer: Bryan Condon
Actors: Steve Blum, Hadley Gannaway, Eric Bauza, Ian James Corlett, Ely Henry
Genre: Animation, Adventure, Comedy
Rated: Unrated
Length: Unknown
IMDb Blurb: After an outlaw abducts her father and steals her town's food supply, a feisty adolescent bandicoot named Quinn recruits the Tasmanian Devil to help her find the thief. Taz may be an ill-tempered rogue with a fearsome reputation, but he and Quinn will have to work together to track the criminal through the wilds of Tasmania and save her community.
The new animation style first Taz, along with his talking makes me twitch a little bit. Never-the-less, I love me some Tasmanian Devil. I loved him when I was a kid and now that my Uncle lives in Tasmania I love it a little more. Feels like a connection to him.
We all have that personal TV show or movie that we will go to see regardless of what the trailers look like. Taz: Quest for Burger is mine.
19 – The Perfect Find (6/23)

Production/Distribution: Confluential Films, AGC Studios, I’ll Have Another, Netflix
Director: Numa Perrier
Writer: Leigh Davenport, Tia Williams
Actors: Gina Torres, D.B. Woodside, Gabrielle Union, Aisha Hinds, La La Anthony, Tyler Antonius, Janet Hubert, Keith Powers, Devale Ellis
Genre: Comedy, Drama, Romance
Rated: Unrated
Length: 1h 39min
IMDb Blurb: After a high-profile firing, Jenna's fashion career comeback hits a snag when she falls for a charming, much younger coworker - who happens to be her boss's son. As sparks fly, Jenna must decide if she'll risk it all on a secret romance.
The Perfect Find hits me with a splash of nostalgia, even though it’s not a remake or based on anything (that I know of). It’s the feel of it that gives me the ‘member berries.
I’m a child of the early 80s. By the time the 90s rolled around I was watching romantic comedies, and The Perfect Find feels like it harkens back to that age of rom-com. I think back to stuff like As Good as it Gets (1997), not in story of course just in the feel of it.
My one issue is that I think it’s going to go the way of having the woman give up her job for the guy, which is not a trope I think should still be making the rounds.  
18 – Shooting Stars (6/2)

Production/Distribution: Cold Front Productions, SpringHill Entertainment, Tangerine Pictures, Universal Pictures, Peacock
Director: Chris Robinson
Writer: Frank E. Flowers, Tony Rettenmaier, Juel Taylor, LeBron James, Buzz Bissinger
Actors: Dermot Mulroney, Wood Harris, Caleb McLaughlin, LeBron James, Algee Smith, Natalie Paul
Genre: Biography, Drama, History
Rated: PG-13
Length: Unknown
IMDb Blurb: A look at the young life of basketball star LeBron James. Feature film adaptation of LeBron James and Buzz Bissinger's book 'Shooting Stars'.
I’m not a fan of basketball. Still, I support the idea of taking an auto-biography and turning it into a full-on Drama, instead of presenting it as a documentary.
If you’ve followed the blog for any length of time, then you know that neither of us are fans of documentaries. We both have ADHD and we find that most documentary formats bore us so much that we can’t finish the films. Even if we’re interested in the topic. Our brain chemistry just doesn’t work for it.
As a drama, though, it’s a lot more likely that we’re going to learn the history of the players being featured. Even if it does stretch the truth in a couple of places to make it more interesting to watch.
I think this should be done more often.
17 – Esme, My Love (6/2)

Production/Distribution: Silver Sound, Terror Films
Director: Cory Choy
Writer: Laura Allen, Cory Choy
Actors: Audrey Grace Marshall, Stacey Weckstein
Genre: Thriller
Rated: Unrated
Length: 1h 45min
IMDb Blurb: When Hannah notices the symptoms of a terminal and painful illness in her aloof daughter, Esme, she decides to take her on a trip to their abandoned family farm in a desperate attempt to connect before they have to say goodbye.
I’m not completely sure where Esme, My Love is going to go, but I am sure there with be a lot of psychological thrills. Maybe it will touch of Munchausen syndrome – that’s my best guess anyway. What draws me to the flick is just how creepy the trailer is.
It left just enough in the dark for me to really want to know more.
16 – Koko: A Red Dog Story (6/2)

Production/Distribution: Good Dog Enterprises, Screen Australia, ScreenWest, Samuel Goldwyn Films
Director: Aaron McCann, Dominic Pearce
Writer: Aaron McCann, Dominic Pearce, Nelson Woss
Actors: Jason Isaacs, Sarah Woods, Toby Truslove, Felix Williamson, Verity James, Hero, Tucka, Dodge, Kya, Rufus, Sally
Genre: Biography, Comedy
Rated: Unrated
Length: 1h 18min
IMDb Blurb: An ordinary dog, whose good fortune and ability to connect with people, catapults him to fame.
This dog flick seems to lean more comedy than emotional. That in itself is weird. Most animal movies that come out from month to month are heartfelt – even sad at the end. I don’t think that’s what we’re getting from Koko: A Red Dog Story.
Koko: A Red Dog Story looks hilarious and fun, with just a touch of emotion. I can’t put it any higher than this, though, because I suspect one of the dogs in the flick dies a horrific death for laughs and I just don’t see that working for me.
15 – Past Lives (6/2)

Production/Distribution: 2AM, A24, CJ ENM Co., CJ Entertainment, Killer Films
Director: Celine Song
Writer: Celine Song
Actors: Greta Lee, Teo Yoo, John Magaro, Moon Seung-ah, Leem Seung-min
Genre: Drama, Romance
Rated: PG-13
Length: 1h 46min
IMDb Blurb: Nora and Hae Sung, two deeply connected childhood friends, are wrest apart after Nora's family emigrates from South Korea. 20 years later, they are reunited for one fateful week as they confront notions of love and destiny.
Past Lives seems to be a sweet, philosophical story of two childhood friends and who they become. Woven into that is a tale of ‘what if’. I think everyone has that question about something, whether it be a lover, a job, a move… some choice that had more than one option. Past Lives delves into that.
What would have happened?
I’m not entirely sure where it will go, and I like that.
14 – Quicksand (6/23)
Production/Distribution: Dawn’s Light, Elemental Stories, Sangre Films, Two Twenty Two Pictures, AMC+, Shudder
Director: Andres Beltran
Writer: Matt Pitts
Actors: Allan Hawco, Carolina Gaitan, Sebastian Eslava, Andrés Castañeda
Genre: Thriller
Rated: Unrated
Length: Unknown Length
IMDb Blurb: Follows a married couple almost divorcing who become trapped in quicksand while hiking through a rainforest in Colombia. They will battle the elements of the jungle and must work together in order to survive.
Did anyone else who grew up in the 80s expect quicksand to be more of a threat than it actually is? All our movies and shows utilized it. The Neverending Story (1984) down-right traumatized us with it. Finally, we have a horror movie that is based completely on it.
Quicksand looks interesting and claustrophobic – despite the fact that it takes place outside. I find that to be an intriguing effect. I’m looking forward to seeing what they do with it.
13 – Ruby Gillman, Teenage Kraken (6/30)

Production/Distribution: DreamWorks Animation, Universal Pictures
Director: Kirk DeMicco, Faryn Pearl
Writer: Pam Brady, Kirk DeMicco, Elliott DiGuiseppi, Brian C. Brown
Actors: Toni Collette, Jane Fonda, Ramona Young, Sam Richardson, Lana Condor, Annie Murphy, Colman Domingo, Will Forte, Liza Koshy
Genre: Animation, Action, Adventure
Rated: PG
Length: 1h 30min
IMDb Blurb: A shy adolescent learns that she comes from a fabled royal family of legendary sea krakens and that her destiny lies in the depths of the waters, which is bigger than she could have ever imagined.
The feeling of Ruby Gillman, Teenage Kraken makes me think back to Turning Red (2022). I suspect it will be pretty similar, in both story and humor. The changing of the teenager into her proper Kraken form is a lot like Mae turning into her red panda. The humor still borders on teenage cringe, also, though most coming-of-age comedies do.
It’s a little light on originality, but I do love it when Dreamworks and Disney pit themselves against each other. We get a lot of decent movies that way. Either Ruby Gillman, Teenage Kraken or Turning Red will come out on top, and history will likely forget the other one.
I’m interested in watching the contest play out.
12 – The Angry Black Girl and Her Monster (6/9)

Production/Distribution: Crypt TV, CAA Media Finance
Director: Bomani J. Story
Writer: Bomani J. Story
Actors: Chad L. Coleman, Laya DeLeon Hayes, Denzel, Whitaker, Reilly Brooke Stith, Beth Felice, Edem Atsu-Swanzy, Amani Summer
Genre: Drama, Fantasy, Horror
Rated: Unrated
Length: 1h 31min
IMDb Blurb: It tells the story of teenage anti-hero, Vicaria, who is on a desperate quest to cure death.
There have been plenty of retellings of Frankenstein. It’s been done in TV shows, books, movies, and any other media possible. But there’s a good reason for that.
The idea of convincing someone that they’re a monster is still relevant today. As unfortunate as it is. And I think The Angry Black Girl and Her Monster’s interpretation of that story is rooted in some of that. It looks terrifying and on topic for today’s social climate.
I’m going to be watching it as soon as I can.
11 – Peppergrass (6/16)

Production/Distribution: BLS Productions, Barbet Films
Director: Steven Garbas, Chantelle Han
Writer: Steven Garbas, Philip Irwin
Actors: Chantelle Han, Charles Boyland, Michael Copeman, Philip Williams, Craig Porritt
Genre: Thriller
Rated: Unrated
Length: 1h 34min
IMDb Blurb: During a pandemic, a pregnant restaurateur tries to rob a priceless truffle from a reclusive veteran.
I know this movie has a lot to live up to. The last film to come out that was anything like it was Pig (2021), and that has gotten some insane reviews. It’s going to be difficult for fans of the Nic Cage (Renfield, The Old Way, The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent) flick to not compare and contrast.
The biggest difference is not the POV, but that Peppergrass seems to have the slightest edge of comedic relief to it – which Pig did not have. I’m hoping that’s enough of a difference to keep Peppergrass from existing in its shadow.
The truth of the matter is that the trailer looks great. I expect to be scared by the film. I have high hopes.
10 – The Boogeyman (6/2)

Production/Distribution: 20th Century Studios, 21 Laps Entertainment, NeoReel, Twentieth Century Fox, Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, Hulu
Director: Rob Savage
Writer: Scott Beck, Bryan Woods, Mark Heyman, Stephen King
Actors: Sophie Thatcher, Chris Messina, David Dastmalchian, Marin Ireland, Vivien Lyra Blair, LisaGay Hamilton, Maddie Nichols, Madison Hu, Daniel Hagen, Mabel Tyler
Genre: Horror, Mystery, Thriller
Rated: PG-13
Length: 1h 38min
IMDb Blurb: Adaptation of Stephen King's 'The Boogeyman'.
It’s important to note that this version of The Boogeyman is a new adaptation of Stephen King’s (Firestarter, Carrie, Children of the Corn) story. It is NOT a remake of any of the previous movie versions. That matters because it’s likely not going to have some of the more questionable tweaks to the story that the other flicks had.
At least, that’s the hope.
The trailer looks good. There was even a part that caught me enough to make me flinch in my seat. I expect some jump scares, like the one that got me, but I also expect there’s be a lot of psychological thrills as well.
It should be worth the watch for horror fans.
9 – The Blackening (6/16)
Production/Distribution: Catchlight Studios, Lionsgate, MRC Film, Media Rights Capital, The Story Company
Director: Tim Story
Writer: Tracy Oliver, Dewayne Perkins
Actors: Antoinette Robertson, Dewayne Perkins, Sinqua Walls, Grace Byers, X Mayo, Melvin Gregg, Jermaine Fowler, Yvonne Orji, Jay Pharoah, James Preston Rogers
Genre: Comedy, Horror, Thriller
Rated: R
Length: 1h 36min
IMDb Blurb: Seven black friends who go away for the weekend only to find themselves trapped in a cabin with a killer who has a vendetta. Will their street smarts and knowledge of horror movies help them stay alive? Probably not.
I’ve been seeing trailers for this film for a while, and I love it.
Meta movies really do it for me. Any flick that makes fun of the tropes without going full parody is one that I want to see. One of my favorite horror movies, after all, is The Cabin in the Woods (2011).
The Blackening looks hilarious, without going full stupid. More caricature than parody.  I can’t wait to see how it goes.
8 – Extraction 2 (6/9)

Production/Distribution: AGBO, Filmhaus Films, Netflix, Stillking Films, T.G.I.M Films, Wild State
Director: Sam Hargrave
Writer: Joe Russo
Actors: Chris Hemsworth, Olga Kurylenko, Golshifteh Farahani, Daniel Bernhardt, Tako Tabatadze, Tinatin Dalakishvili, Adam Bessa, Justin Howell
Genre: Action, Thriller
Rated: R
Length: 2h 2min
IMDb Blurb: After barely surviving his grievous wounds from his mission in Dhaka, Bangladesh, Tyler Rake is back, and his team is ready to take on their next mission.
The first Extraction (2020) was a whole lot of fun. As good as Chris Hemsworth (Avengers: Endgame, Bad Times at the El Royale, 12 Strong) was as the main character, I attribute the success of the film to Sam Hargrave (Avengers: Infinity War, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, Atomic Blonde).
I’ve said it once and I’ll say it again: When someone in stunts is given the reigns to direct action films they have the capacity to do better than just about anyone. No one on set knows how to push the limits of human capabilities better than a stunt person. And Sam Hargrave has a long and successful stunt history.
It’s because of him that we got shots in Extraction like the one where the camera jumped off a roof with the characters. We got that because he strapped that equipment onto his own body and did the stunt himself.
Hargrave delivered intense action sequences better than the majority of action films coming out at the same time. He didn’t ask his stunt people to do anything he wasn’t willing to do himself, and he was on top of the safety game. It is because of him that Hemsworth looked as cool as he did in his part as Tyler Rake.
Now we have a sequel, and I am still going to put my money on Sam Hargrave. I don’t like Netflix right now any more than anyone else, so I can’t put this film any higher on my list. Rest assured, if it was coming out anywhere else, though, it would be.
7 – The Secret Kingdom (6/9)

Production/Distribution: Hive Studios Australia, Little Monster Productions, Signature Entertainment
Director: Matt Drummond
Writer: Matt Drummond
Actors: Alyla Browne, Alice Parkinson, Christopher Gabardi, Sam Everingham, Darius Williams, Beth Champion, Gabrielle Chan, Rowland Holmes
Genre: Adventure, Family
Rated: PG
Length: 1h 38min
IMDb Blurb: Story of anxious Peter (12) and his sister Verity (9), taken underground by a garrison of armoured pangolin.
The Secret Kingdom seems like a wonderfully epic kid’s tale. It features dragons, fantastic locations and an army of armored pangolins. There’s a little something for every kid type. It’s even got a decent run-time without being too long for tiny attention spans.
It definitely has some lower budget qualities to it. You see it most clearly in the trailer scenes featuring the dragon. Of course, that could have been added to the coming attractions before they finished it up in editing. That’s not unheard of. Either way, I don’t think the young ones the film is geared toward will care all that much.
Quite frankly, if the story is good enough, neither will I.
6 – Heroes of the Golden Mask (6/9)

Production/Distribution: Arcana Studio, CG Bros Entertainment, Trigger Music, Fox VFX Labs, Heroes of the Golden Mask Films
Director: Sean Patrick O’Reilly
Writer: Xiaoming Yao, John Wilson, Dennis Edwards, Jim Kammerud, Jacob Semans, Brian Smith, Richard Lasser, Chris Wyatt, Merrill Hagan, Benjamin Townsend, Sean Patrick O'Reilly, Brandon Violette, Jacob Fox, Patrick Rieger
Actors: Ron Perlman, Natasha Liu Bordizzo, Patton Oswalt, Christopher Plummer, Byron Mann, Osric Chau, Kiefer O’Reilly, Sean Patrick O’Reilly, Zeus Mendoza, Kingston Chan, King Lau
Genre: Animation, Adventure, Comedy
Rated: Unrated
Length: Unknown Length
IMDb Blurb: Charlie, a wise-cracking, homeless, American orphan is magically transported to the ancient Chinese kingdom of Sanxingdui, where a colorful team of superheroes need his help to defend the city from a brutal conqueror. Charlie joins the heroes, and secretly schemes to steal the priceless golden masks that grant them their powers.
Heroes of the Golden Mask is beautiful and seems intense. Not unlike a Kung Fu Panda (2008) film. Almost surprising in that way. Story-wise it reminds me of The Forbidden Kingdom (2008) – which is a movie I really liked. It starred both Jackie Chan (The Karate Kid, The Medallion, Namiya) and Jet Li (Mulan, The Expendables, The Warlords) – which says a lot.
It’s not the worst comparison that could be made.
I think Heroes of the Golden Mask has a lot of potential. It could wind up being one of those flicks that kids like, but that adults will as well.
5 – Transformers: Rise of the Beasts (6/9)

Production/Distribution: Paramount Pictures, Skydance Media, New Republic Pictures, Di Bonaventura Pictures, Bay Films, Entertainment One, Allspark Pictures, Hasbro
Director: Steven Caple Jr.
Writer: Joby Harold, Darnell Metayer, Josh Peters, Erich Hoeber, Jon Hoeber
Actors: Michelle Yeoh, Pete Davidson, Colman Domingo, Peter Dinklage, Cristo Fernández, Ron Perlman, Anthony Ramos, Peter Cullen
Genre: Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi
Rated: Unrated
Length: 1h 57min
IMDb Blurb: Plot unknown. Reportedly based on the 'Transformers' spinoff 'Beast Wars' which feature robots that transform into robotic animals.
I have a love-hate relationship with the Transformer films. I really liked the first one, then I somewhat enjoyed the next two. After 4 and 5 I gave up all hope. Especially since one of them – for the life of me I can’t remember which – literally copied and pasted a whole section of script from the first flick. There was one part of the dialogue that was word-for-word the same. As a result, I’ll admit, I haven’t even seen Bumblebee (2018).
A lot of people I trust have told me that Bumblebee was different. That the profit-over-substance hand of Michael Bay (6 Underground, Pain & Gain, Pearl Harbor) was no longer evident, even though he was still credited as a producer. I want to believe them, and the numbers do back them up.
Transformers: Rise of the Beasts does look more like Bumblebee than Age of Extinction (2014). As a result, I’m willing to give it the benefit of the doubt.
Besides, I really do love Anthony Ramos (In the Heights, Hamilton, A Star is Born) as an actor.
I’m cautiously optimistic.
4 – Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny (6/30)

Production/Distribution: Walt Disney Pictures, Lucasfilm, Paramount Pictures, Disney+, Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, Paramount+, Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment
Director: James Mangold
Writer: Jez Butterworth, John-Henry Butterworth, David Koepp, James Mangold
Actors: Harrison Ford, Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Mads Mikkelsen, Boyd Holbrook, Antonio Banderas, John Rhys-Davies, Toby Jones
Genre: Action, Adventure
Rated: PG-13
Length: 2h 22min
IMDb Blurb: Archaeologist Indiana Jones races against time to retrieve a legendary artifact that can change the course of history.
I love the Indian Jones flicks of the past, but the newer ones don’t really scratch the Indie itch for me. That said, I can’t say the trailer for this one doesn’t instill enough nostalgia for me to try again.
Cat is more of an Indiana Jones fanatic than I am. And that’s why I’m giving Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny the benefit of the doubt. I can only hope it will be everything the fans – past and present – are hoping to get from it.
3 – Asteroid City (6/13)

Production/Distribution: Focus Features, Indian Paintbrush, American Empirical Pictures
Director: Wes Anderson
Writer: Wes Anderson, Roman Coppola
Actors: Jason Schwartzman, Scarlett Johansson, Tom Hanks, Jeffrey Wright, Tilda Swinton, Bryan Cranston, Edward Norton, Adrien Brody, Lieve Schreiber, Hope Davis, Steve park, Rupert Friends, Maya Hawke, Steve Carell, Matt Dillon, Hong Chau, Willem Dafoe, Margot Robbie, Jake Ryan, Tony Revolori, Jeff Goldblum
Genre: Comedy, Drama, Romance
Rated: PG-13
Length: 1h 44min
IMDb Blurb: The itinerary of a Junior Stargazer convention is spectacularly disrupted by world-changing events.
Wes Anderson (The French Dispatch, Isle of Dogs, The Grand Budapest Hotel) is a good enough reason to be looking forward to any film. There’s something so satisfying about the symmetry in his cinematography. The bright colors. The other-worldly nature of his story telling. And you know I’m a sucker for dialogue that includes fun banter.
Asteroid City seems to have all of that. On top of which there’s a cast unlike any other we will see this month. It’s not even like there’s just one or two people involved that draw eyes, they ALL do. If you don’t like one of them, you probably like another 20.
I understand that not all casual movie-goers enjoy Anderson. He can be a bit too artsy and clean for them. But if you are a fan, this is going to be a must-see.
2 – Elemental (6/16)

Production/Distribution: Walt Disney Pictures, Pixar Animation Studios, Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, Disney+
Director: Peter Sohn
Writer: John Hoberg, Kat Likkel, Brenda Hsueh, Peter Sohn
Actors: Leah Lewis, Mamoudou Athie, Ronnie Del Carmen, Shila Ommi, Wendi McLendon-Covey, Catherine O’Hara
Genre: Animation, Adventure, Comedy
Rated: PG
Length: 1h 43min
IMDb Blurb: Follows Ember and Wade, in a city where fire-, water-, land- and air-residents live together.
Pixar is one of those studios that only ever puts out movies that are worth paying attention to. You can’t even make a top 10 worst Pixar movie list without going into films that have 60 and 70 percentiles on Rotten Tomatoes. That makes Elemental a safe choice if you want a guaranteed good flick to spend your $20 movie ticket on.
I, personally, do not love the style of animation they opted to go for with Elementals, but everything else in the trailer looks amazing. I’m pretty sure I’ll get over my one ick while I’m actually watching the film.
Which I will be doing.
1 – Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse (6/2)

Production/Distribution: Sony Pictures Animation, Marvel Entertainment, Arad Productions, Lord Miller, Pascal Pictures, Sony Pictures Entertainment (SPE), Columbia Pictures, Disney+
Director: Joaquim Dos Santos, Kemp Powers, Justin K. Thompson
Writer: Phil Lord, Christopher Miller, Dave Callaham, Stan Lee
Actors: Shameik Moore, Hailee Steinfeld, Oscar Isaac, Jake Johnson, Issa Rae, Brian Tyree Henry, Luna Lauren Velez, Rachel Dratch, Jason Schwartzman, Daniel Kaluuya, Andy Samberg, Shea Whigham, Amandla Stenberg, Karan Soni, Jorma Taccone
Genre: Animation, Action, Adventure
Rated: PG
Length: 2h 20min
IMDb Blurb: Miles Morales catapults across the Multiverse, where he encounters a team of Spider-People charged with protecting its very existence. When the heroes clash on how to handle a new threat, Miles must redefine what it means to be a hero.
Spider-Man: Into the Spiderverse (2018) was – objectively – one of the best non-anime animated films ever made. Anyone who saw it loved it, or – at the very least – respected it. Everything from the animation style to the story was absolutely perfect.
Across the Spider-Verse had to contend with Covid during its creation. That said, it has the same animation style, with returning writer Phil Lord (Clone High, The Mitchells vs the Machines, The Lego Movie), and a returning cast that includes people like Shameik Moore (Dope, Samaritan, The Get Down), Hailee Steinfeld (True Grit, The Edge of Seventeen, Pitch Perfect 3), Brian Tyree Henry (If Beale Street Could Talk, Bullet Train, Widows), Oscar Isaac (Ex Machina, Moon Knight, Dune) and Jake Johnson (New Girl, Safety Not Guaranteed, Jurassic World).
On top of that we’re getting some all-star additions to that cast. Those include Issa Rae (Insecure, The Lovebirds, The Photograph), Jason Schwartzman (Rushmore, The Darjeeling Limited, Moonrise Kingdom), Daniel Kaluuya (Get Out, Black Panther, Judas and the Black Messiah), and Amandla Stenberg (The Hunger Games, The Hate You Give, Bodies Bodies Bodies) – but there is a whole host of others.
It is true that there are a few different writers, and completely different directors. Never-the-less, I can’t help but look forward to this sequel. It has big shoes to fill, but I’m thinking it’ll meet the challenge.
I can’t wait.
Movies to Look out For
According to: Cat
Taz: Quest for Burger .20
Hollywood Dreams & Nightmares: The Robert Englund Story .19
Shooting Stars .18
Peppergrass .17
The Blackening .16
Esme My Love .15
Koko: A Red Dog Story .14
Heroes of the Golden Mask .13
Quicksand .12
Brooklyn 45 .11
The Angry Black Girl and Her Monster .10
 Extraction 2 .9
The Secret Kingdom .8
Ruby Gilman, Teenage Kraken .7
Asteroid City .6
Transformers: Rise of the Beasts .5
The Boogeyman .4
Elemental .3
Spiderman: Across the Spider-Verse .2
Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny .1
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