It's Almost the Weekend! What Will You See?

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June 12th, 2014

"22 Jump Street" arrives in theaters on Friday, June 13. Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum reprise their roles as Schmidt and Jenko, two young police officers who go undercover at a college. Though they're supposed to be cracking down on drug activity, the two soon find themselves in warring social circles. Their bond comes into question. The R rating is due to language, drug material, mature content, violence and brief nudity. Phil Lord and Christopher Miller direct.

"How to Train Your Dragon 2" sees clumsy Hiccup and his faithful dragon companion, Toothless, setting out on wild new adventures. Thanks to Hiccup's efforts, Vikings and dragons now get along just fine, and thrilling dragon races are a common pastime. But trouble lurks just around the corner, especially after Hiccup stumbles upon a big discovery. The PG rating is for mild rude humor and adventure action. Dean DeBlois directs.

"Hellion" comes to limited theaters on June 13. Aaron Paul stars as Hollis, a single dad trying to raise two sons. Teenage Jacob seems drawn to dangerous activities, leaving a trail of destruction in his wake. After he causes unexpected tragedy, Jacob reaches out to his dad to help undo the damage, hoping it's not too late. The film is not yet rated by the MPAA. Kat Candler directs.

"The Rover" is a crime drama from David Michod. In a desolate future, Australia is a wasteland, not governed by any rules. Eric is one of the people grieving a lost past. Needing help, Eric has to turn to a confused, fragile young man for help in returning his life to some sort of equilibrium. "The Rover" has an R rating for bloody violence and language.

"The Signal" follows a group of young friends from MIT on a road trip with an unusually dark destination. A mysterious hacker leads the friends on a chase, eventually resulting in an ominous confrontation. For one of the friends, the search for actual answers will only lead to more disturbance and confusion. The PG-13 rating is due to violence, language and thematic elements. William Eubanks directs.

Continuing Films

"The Fault in Our Stars" traces the unconventional love story between two teenagers who are anything but typical. Hazel dreams of having an average teenage life, full of rebellion and romance, but her cancer diagnosis holds her back. While attending yet another support group meeting, Hazel encounters one guy who could change everything. The PG-13 rating is due to brief strong language, mature content and thematic elements. Josh Boone directs.

"Maleficent" explores a new side of the villainous enchantress. Once upon a time, Maleficent was innocent and trusting. A betrayal leaves her swearing revenge against the humans. When she learns that a princess has arrived, Maleficent sees the perfect opportunity to place a curse on the girl, but she may come to regret her vengeance. The film has a PG rating for frightening images and sequences of fantasy action and violence. Robert Stromberg directs.

"Edge of Tomorrow" stars Tom Cruise as Major William Cage, an officer who has a fear of combat. Alien invaders leave humanity defending the planet, and William ends up facing his worst fear: death. Almost worse than death, William is stuck in a time loop, forced to relive the scenario again and again. "Edge of Tomorrow" has a PG-13 rating for brief suggestive material, language and intense sequences of sci-fi action and violence. Doug Liman directs.

In "X-Men: Days of Future Past," the mutants are facing their most impossible challenge yet. Mistrust of mutants has led to a dark future, with lethal robots creating mass destruction. The only way to prevent the carnage is for Wolverine to travel through time and convince Mystique, Professor X and Magneto to work together. The PG-13 rating is due to nudity, language, suggestive material and intense sci-fi violence and action. Bryan Singer directs.

"A Million Ways to Die in the West" is Seth MacFarlane's irreverent take on Westerns. When Albert meets the gorgeous Anna, he knows she's the woman for him. The problem is that Albert isn't the biggest ladies' man. In the West, winning women's hearts often involves winning duels, and Albert will have to train hard to become tough enough for Anna. Anna's secret could be Albert's undoing. The R rating is due to language, violence, drug material and strong crude and mature content.

"Godzilla" stars Aaron Taylor-Johnson as a bomb specialist who travels to Japan to bail his father out of trouble. His father explains that a past tragedy was actually caused by something other than the official explanation. As Ford attempts to get to the bottom of the mystery, he encounters enormous mutated creatures. "Godzilla" has a PG-13 rating due to sequences of mayhem, destruction and creature violence. Gareth Edwards directs.