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Summer Movies 2015: Movies To See In Cinemas This August

Summer Movies 2015: Movies To See In Cinemas This August

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It’s that time of the summer again when we assist all of you who are seeking entertainment that comes with free cold, air conditioned shelter from the sweltering heat outside. Here are the best movies coming out in the month of August.

Judging by these various flicks, making several visits to your local movie theater will be not only worth it, but necessary. In our last summer month, we’ve got major blockbusters like Fantastic Four (August 7, 2015), must-see indies including Ricki and the Flash (August 7, 2015) starring Meryl Streep, and another Kristen Stewart/Jesse Eisenberg comedy American Ultra (August 21, 2015).

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And now, the hottest movies to see in August:

Fantastic Four stars a new generation of Marvel original superheroes: Miles Teller, Kate Mara, Michael B. Jordan and Jamie Bell as Mr. Fantastic, the Invisible Woman, the Human Torch and the Thing, respectively. Because he’s playing a hulking hero made of stone, the Thing, we’re sad we won’t be seeing Bell’s face for the entirety of the film, but nevertheless looking forward to watching this re-imagined version. Based after the beloved comic book series, the film is also a reboot to the 2005 movie of the same name, starring Ioan Gruffudd, Jessica Alba, Chris Evans and Michael Chiklis.

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Meryl Streep looks freaking amazing in Ricki and the Flash as a musician trying to reconnect with her family after chasing her dreams of being a rock ‘n’ roll star for most of her life. Playing her daughter going through a break is her real-life daughter, the beautiful Mamie Gummer, meaning this one is gonna have all the feels.

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American Ultra stars our favorite, Kristen Stewart, alongside Jesse Eisenberg once again (they co-starred in 2009’s comedy Adventureland). Eisenberg plays a stoner “sleeper” agent Mike who just wants to live happily ever after with his girlfriend, Stewart.

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In the coming-to-age film The Diary of the Teenage Girl (August 7, 2015) Bel Powley plays a 15-year-old school girl who becomes obsessed with sex/sexuality after losing her virginity to her mom’s (Kristen Wiig) 35-year-old boyfriend (Alexander Skarsgard). The film is based on Phoebe Gloeckner’s 2002 graphic novel of the same name, and takes place in San Francisco in 1976. Powley recently spoke out against critics bashing the film for what they consider has pedophilic tendencies:

“Obviously we’re not trying to promote an under-age girl sleeping with a man 20- years her senior. The story isn’t about that relationship. It’s about Minnie’s coming of age, about her discovering her sexuality,” she told The Telegraph.  “Growing up, all I would see in movies was either the virginal princess waiting for her Prince Charming; the slut who slept with loads of people then got punished for it; or the asexual, geeky, sarcastic girl. I remember watching those films and thinking, ‘I’m not like that. Does that make me a freak?’

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Ten Thousand Saints (August 14, 2015) is another coming-of-age film about three teenagers in 1987 New York City starring Hailee Steinfeld, Asa Butterfield, Avan Jogia, Ethan Hawke, and Emile Hirsch

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Y’all remember the David Fincher-directed film Gone Girl? Cuz’ another one of Gillian Flynn’s psychological thriller books, Dark Places (2009), has been turned into a film, and you know what that means: one intense mystery-based story lies ahead.

In the film of the same name, the beautiful Charlize Theron stars as a survivor of a Kansas massacre, believed to be a Satanic cult ritual that took the life of her mother and sister. Orphaned at 8, she testified against her brother. Twenty-five years after the murders, the “Kill Club,” a group of amateur sleuths, start investigating the case with the belief that her brother is innocent.

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