By Taylor Likens | Community News Content

Get ready for a summer at the movies with this list of which films to be ready for along with which ones you should skip. 

George Miller, writer and director of all the previous “Mad Max” films (who I was just as surprised as you today to learn also directed “Happy…

Already unnecessary, “Poltergeist” appears to be an update of the beloved horror classic only in the sense that it’s tacked on a whole battali…

On the other hand, there’s also the little Marvel franchise that couldn’t: “Fantastic 4.” Previous takes on the iconic superhero team have fal…

Nobody needs to be told that “Terminator: Salvation” was an absolute mess. What they might need to be reminded of, however, is that, yes, you …

Short, semi-adorable characters from popular children’s films cannot be contained. The spinoff will happen, and if it’s going to happen, it mi…

If “Guardians of the Galaxy” was any indication of what a comedy-driven Marvel film is supposed to look like, then “Ant-Man” is going to be a …

Seth Macfarlane’s distinctive comedy styling made a surprisingly smooth transition from TV to film. It was raunchy, clever, thoroughly absurd,…

It’s a Pixar movie. The bases are already loaded with expectations. Next up to bat: “Inside Out,” the story of a young girl and the personifie…

“Jurassic World” has become both one of the most anticipated and one of the most dreaded summer releases of this year. After spending a solid …

“Insidious” was an above-average horror film; an excellent example of how use tension and atmosphere to pull off jump scares with dignity. “In…

When you think of Jason Statham, you may not necessarily think of Jude Law, but you definitely don’t think of Melissa McCarthy. Regardless, he…

Based on Disneyland’s iconic attraction of the same name, “Tomorrowland” follows a young girl who is led by a grizzled inventor (George Cloone…