June Movies

Jurassic World (2015)

Executive producer Steven Spielberg continues the Jurassic Park franchise with the new film Jurassic World. Adapted from the novel by Michael Crichton’s original stories, the new movie picks up 22 years after the events of Jurassic Park (1993). Directed by Colin Trevorrow the story takes in a fully functioning dinosaur theme park now in decline. Isla Nublar is in need of a new attraction and consequences follow when all does not follow the corporate mandate. Starring Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, Vincent D’Onofrio and Judy Greer. 



Disney’s Tomorrowland directed by Brad Bird is a family movie with action and Sci-Fi themes. The story is about a teen with an optimistic personality and an interest in science. Her world collides with a washed up pessimistic former child genius. Together they challenge their beliefs in what their world should and can become. Starring George Clooney, Britt Robertson and Hugh Laurie.


Inside Out

From the makers of UP. Disney and Pixar have collaborated together to bring a new animation to the big screen. This will not fail to please as the inner emotions of a young girl are tested by a move to a new home. The movie explores her emotions and who will gain control during her time of stress. Diane Lane is the voice for the mother.


Poltergeist (2015)

A continuation of the horror films Poltergeist, the new addition promises scary and haunting moments. Fans of the original installments will appreciate the concept of evil visiting the suburbs. From the producers of Evil Dead, the storyline follows “bad things have happened” scenario and former spirits now reside there that are not happy. Dimensions collide and the family need to rescue their child that has been taken by them. Directed by Gil Kenan.



Editor’s Pick; Spy. If you are in need of a pick me up and a bit of craziness then Melissa McCarthy is your go to. She is great at characters where her heart is in the right place but life seems to go pear shaped, despite good intentions. She gets your chuckles going with her willingness to be human and go places that others won’t. Also starring Jude Law with some tendencies of Criminal Minds and NCIS this movie would be worth the popcorn and a night out with friends.