The summer is all about dads, grads, babysitting, hanging out with friends, spending time with your boyfriend and group gatherings. So, here are the best films of the season to check out with these individuals on your list.
Independence Day: Resurgence
The original came out when your dad was possibly your age, or in college. Bond over the innate desire for us all to be independent and build a beautiful life for ourselves. Your dad has worked hard to give you what you have, thank him with a date night trip to the theater.
No matter what high school was like, the future is bright and the possibilities are endless. In Central Intelligence, the least popular kid teams up with the most popular kid years after high school to work on a wild CIA mission.
Even though Dory played an essential role in Finding Nemo, this is her time for the limelight. When the kids you’re babysitting this summer need some time to chill out, journey to the movies for a fun film that you’ll enjoy as well. Not only will you all laugh, but you’ll help the kids appreciate their parents and family!
Love and Friendship
Only girls can understand the whit and lure of Jane Austen’s writings, so steer your best friend toward the manipulating works of Lady Susan who takes up temporary residence at her in-laws estate. Her intentions of finding a husband for her daughter (as well as herself) lead to amusing advances, romantic rumors and posh politics – all expectations of classic Austen.
Me Before You
Head out on an endearing date with your boyfriend to see love unexpectedly unfold between a small town girl and the young man she takes care. Both of their identities are shaken as the other challenges them to become their fullest potential: He teaches her to be bold, she teaches him how to embrace his new life as a paralytic.
As the peaceful realm of Azeroth faces a fierce invasion, two heroes from opposing sides must work together to save their family, their people and their home. Much of our lives involve coming together with a variety of people, some whom we love, others we would rather disregard. But, unity overcomes differences when we’re willing to face reality.