It's Almost the Weekend! What Will You See?
"Think Like a Man Too" arrives in theaters on Friday, June 20. Tim Story helms the sequel to "Think Like a Man." Candace and Michael are ready to tie the knot, and they've invited their friends to an extravagant weekend in Las Vegas. The bachelorette and bachelor parties should offer a good time, but old and new problems within the couples' love lives lead to some major trouble. "Think Like A Man Too" has a PG-13 rating for mature content, brief drug use and crude humor.
In "Jersey Boys," director Clint Eastwood brings the musical to the big screen. The Four Seasons are more than just a musical group. They embody the spirit and verve of their generation. Before they became famous, the singers were struggling musicians, trying to launch their careers and also field heartbreak and drama in New Jersey. The film's R rating is due to language.
"Third Person" arrives in limited theaters on June 20. The film follows three stories across three different cities, but the overarching themes of love, loss and danger ties them together. A novelist escapes his past with a younger woman, an unhappy man reaches out to someone in need and a desperate mother struggles to reclaim her son. Language, mature content and nudity contribute to an R rating. Paul Haggis directs.
"Le Chef" follows two chefs, one who's established and losing his touch, and the other who can't seem to get a shot at starting his career. The old and new collide when Alexandre's restaurant ends up in danger, leading the older chef to take a risk on the younger and more picky Jacky. "Le Chef" has a PG-13 rating for brief strong language. Daniel Cohen directs.
"22 Jump Street" sees Jenko and Schmidt going back undercover, this time finally graduating from high school and moving on to the dorm life. College seems like a step up. When shifting loyalties bring the partners' bond into serious question, though, their mission to wipe out a dangerous drug might backfire. "22 Jump Street" has an R rating for drug material, mature content, brief nudity, violence and language throughout. Phil Lord and Christopher Miller direct.
In "How to Train Your Dragon 2," Hiccup has brought peace to Berk. Vikings and dragons live together in harmony, racing and playing. But when Hiccup finds an ice cave that shelters hundreds of new dragons, he realizes that he, Toothless and Astrid have stumbled into the middle of a dangerous plot that could threaten dragons everywhere. The PG rating is due to action adventure and mild rude humor. Dean DeBlois directs.
"Maleficent" stars Elle Fanning as Princess Aurora and Angelina Jolie as Maleficent in a retelling of the fairy tale. After Maleficent places a dark curse on the newborn princess, she watches the young girl grow up and realizes too late that Princess Aurora may be able to bring peace to the realm. "Maleficent" 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, who has never seen combat. After alien invaders leave humanity struggling to survive, William ends up right in the middle of the fray. After he dies, a time loop brings William back to the same combat scenario in an endless cycle. The PG-13 rating is due to intense sequences of sci-fi action and violence, language and brief suggestive content. Doug Liman directs.
"The Fault in Our Stars" stars Shailene Woodley as Hazel Grace, a sardonic teen girl whose oxygen tank is her constant and only companion. That changes when she meets Gus, a guy who understands life with cancer and wants to make sure Hazel experiences her teen years to the fullest. The PG-13 rating is due to thematic elements, mature content and brief strong language. Josh Boone directs the clever and touching teen romance.
Bryan Singer directs "X-Men: Days of Future Past." To prevent a dark and unforgiving future, Wolverine allows Kitty Pryde to send his consciousness back in time to the 1970s. If he plays his cards right, Wolverine will be able to negotiate a brighter future for mutants. However, he soon realizes that nothing will go exactly as planned. The action film has a PG-13 rating for nudity, suggestive content, language and intense sci-fi action and violence.
"Godzilla" sees one of cinema's biggest, most ferocious monsters fighting against mysterious creatures with a dangerous taste for destruction. As the battle between the beasts rages, the humans who are caught in the middle watch in suspense. Among the humans is bomb specialist Ford Brody, whose life has already been affected by these massive monsters. "Godzilla" has a PG-13 rating for mayhem, destruction and creature violence. Gareth Edwards directs the film.