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    Ten Must-Watch Movies: June 2015

    After pumping our adrenaline with Avengers: Age of Ultron and Tomorrowland last May, it’s time for dinosaur hunting and bonding with a talking teddy bear. Yes, these are just some of the movies to watch out for in June. And surely, summer will be a lot hotter with these ten must-watch movies for June: 

    Spy (June 5). Melissa McCarthy, Jude Law and Jason Statham star in this hilarious film by Paul Feig. It is about a deskbound CIA analyst who must go deep undercover when her two top agent partners are compromised on a mission.

    Insidious: Chapter 3 (June 5). The horror movie franchise that made up sleepless for days is back for another round of scare. In this new chapter which is set before the haunting of the Lambert family, gifted psychic Elise Rainier uses her ability to contact the dead to save a girl from the supernatural entities that torment her. 

    Entourage (June 5). The hit TV show will finally go to the big screen. Vincent Chase and his boys, after failures and change of ambitions, conquer the Hollywood; yet, first and foremost, they remain loyal friends. 

    Testament of Youth (June 5). In this movie by James Kent, we will relive the dramas of the First World War from a woman’s point of view. It will be a searing journey from youthful hopes and dreams to the edge of despair and back again. 

    Jurassic World (June 12). After 22 years, the most famous theme park in the world is open and back to business again. The people of Jurassic World are researching on Velociraptors, hoping to create a new attraction in the park. But something goes wrong and terror spreads again. 

    Me and Earl and the Dying Girl (June 12). Based on the 2012 bestselling book by Jesse Andrews, the movie is about two boys who make a low-budget short film for a girl who has leukaemia. Directed by Alfonso Gomez-Rejon, the movie will teach us the deeper lessons of love, friendship and life. 

    Inside Out (June 19). From Walt Disney Pictures, makers of unforgettable animated films like Wall-E and Up, come another refreshing and fun movie. Set in the head of a young girl, five humanized emotions – Joy, Anger, Disgust, Fear and Sadness – must hard work to maintain balance and harmony as the girl follows the road to growing up. 

    Dope (June 19). A young man’s life is quite a complicated struggle and Dope has something to say about it. In the film, geek Malcolm surprisingly gets an invitation to an underground party which will lead him into an adventure he could not fathom. 

    Ted 2 (June 26). The most loved yet controversial teddy bear is back in cinemas again to give a good laugh. Ted, after finding a suitable wife, attempts to raise a child of their own, but in order to do so, he must prove that he is a person. 

    Big Game (June 26). In this sci-fi action film, the president of the United States is under threat and help will come from an unlikely thirteen-year-old child. Directed by Jalmari Helander, Big Game is rumoured to be the most expensive film ever produced in Finland. 



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