Blog: top 4 must see movies of the summer

Josh Noll


This summer, countless blockbuster films have hit the box offices and produced millions of dollars. From brave superheroes in the action-packed Avengers: Age of Ultron to Pixar’s animated Inside Out, these movies are perfect to watch on any summer day.

  1. Avengers: Age of Ultron [PG-13] ★★★★★

The Avengers must assemble once more to take down Ultron, a failed peacekeeping program developed by Tony Stark that is now out to destroy the world. As the fate of the world hangs in the balance, Tony calls out to the Avengers: the Incredible Hulk, Captain America, Black Widow, the mighty Thor, and Hawkeye. The Avengers assemble to take down their villainous foe.

  1. Inside Out [PG] ★★★★☆

The story takes place inside and outside the head of Riley, a young girl that has left her life in the midwest for one in San Francisco. Five of Riley’s emotions: Joy, Sadness, Anger, Disgust, and Fear, try to lead her through her life and the new transition. The emotions reside in Headquarters, the center of Riley’s mind. Although Joy, Riley’s main emotion, tries to keep things positive, turmoil ensues Headquarters, as the different emotions find confusion in the new house, city, and school.

  1.   Jurassic World [PG-13] ★★★★☆

22 years after the events of Jurassic Park, Isla Nublar now owns a fully functioning theme park filled with live dinosaurs, once envisioned by John Hammond. As visitor rates decline, the Indominus Rex is created to draw in and spark the visitors’ interests. However,when the mysterious dinosaur stages an escape and disappears into the jungle, mayhem characterizes the park where guests begin to turn into prey. As dinosaurs escape into the open, no corner of the world’s most exciting theme park becomes safe.

  1.    Max [PG] ★★★★☆

Max is based on a true story. As a trained military dog, Max serves on the front lines in Afghanistan alongside his handler and owner, U.S. Marine Kyle Wincott. When trained maneuvers go wrong, Max’s owner becomes terribly wounded, and being faced with the loss, Max is unable to remain in service. After being shipped stateside, the only human in whom Max connects is Kyle’s teenage brother, Justin. The longer Justin has Max, the bond between them grows as they try to unravel the mystery of what truly happened to Kyle on the fronts of the battlefield.