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    Ten Must-Watch Movies: May 2015

    We might have fallen in love over again with “The Longest Ride” and “The Age of Adaline” last April. Or get thrilled with “Ex Machina” and shed gentle tears with “Furious 7”. But May also have some offerings that will certainly excite your summer. Here are ten must-watch movies for the coming month: 

    Avengers: Age ofUltron (May 1). Though the second instalment of Avengers has already hit cinemas in many parts of Europe, Asia and much of the world, North America is yet to watch the film on May 1, 2015. In the movie, the world’s mightiest heroes stumble upon an artificial intelligence named Ultron whose sole goal is to save the world by eradicating humanity (see full review).

    Hot Pursuit (May 8). Reese Witherspoon and Sofia Vergara star in this hilarious movie about a good cop trying to protect the sexy widow of a drug boss. Hot Pursuit is directed by Anne Fletcher and to be released by Warner Bros. Pictures. 

    Maggie (May 8). Arnold Schwarzenegger strays away from his usual roles to star as a passionate father in this suspense horror drama. After a zombie virus spreads, 16-year-old Maggie (Abigail Breslin) becomes infected and his father will do anything in his power to cure and protect her. 

    The D Train (May 8). Be prepared for an hour and a half of tremendous laughter. An unpopular guy (Jack Black) and the coolest guy (James Marsden) must team up to bring the best high school reunion ever. But unpopular gets something he never bargained for – the coolest guy taking over his life. 

    Mad Max: Fury Road (May 15). Mad Max and the mysterious elite Imperator Furiosa must work together in a high-octane Road War to bring down the enemies. Directed by George Miller, the film stars Charlize Theron, Nicholas Hoult, Zoe Kravitz, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Tom Hardy. 

    Pitch Perfect 2 (May 15). The much anticipated sequel to the successful 2012 musical comedy is finally here. Fat Amy and Beca are now at their senior year at Barden University and must face some crazy challenges ahead. The movie casts include Anne Kendrick, Rebel Wilson, Brittany Show, Elizabeth Banks and Alexis Knapp. 

    Poltergeist (May 22). Legendary director Sam Raimi creates his contemporary version of the 1982 horror classic. Poltergeist is about a family whose suburban home is haunted by evil forces. As days go by, the apparitions escalate until the youngest daughter is taken. 

    Tomorrowland (May 22). Walt Disney Pictures bring us another great film about the powers of our imagination. A teenage girl (Britt Robertson), a genius middle-aged man (George Clooney) and a girl robot (Raffey Cassidy) must unite to save Tomorrowland and the real world. 

    San Andreas 3D (May 29). A devastating earthquake hits California and a rescue helicopter pilot races in to rescue his estranged daughter. Released by Warner Bros. Pictures, the film stars Dwayne Johnson, Carla Gugino and Alexandra Daddario. 

    Aloha (May 29). Get ready to fall in love for Bradley Cooper, Rachel McAdams and Emma Stone. Set in Hawaii, the movie follows a celebrated military contractor who, while in the process of reconnecting with his long-ago love, unexpectedly falls for the Air Force watchdog assigned to him. 



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