Hottest Summer 2014 Movies

By on June 18, 2014
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By Makayla Moore — It’s been a while since I’ve actually bought a ticket for a new film and been to the theatre to see it. I’m so used to using my Netflix account (getting a friend’s password) or waiting until great films get put into the nearest Redbox movie rental machine. My college student funds won’t allow me to spend extra money. Renting a movie for $1.00 sounds a lot better than buying an $8.00 movie ticket. Total savings: $7.00.

Surprisingly, things have changed this summer. It looks like I’ll be trying to save money so I can make my way into theaters. Don’t you hate being the last of your friends to see a great film? It never fails for me. I’m always the one sitting there, rolling my eyes, while they talk about their favorite part. So I have to make it when each movie debuts.

I’m sure I’ll be debating on whether or not I should buy a high priced Icee, along with high priced popcorn, but that’s beside the point. This summer will debut sequels and a few new films. Here’s a list of the top 5 films set to come out each month, which I think will be worthwhile. They’re in no particular order.

June 2014

1. 22 Jump Street

2. Think Like A Man Too

3. How to Train Your Dragon 2

4. The Signal

5. Transformers 4: Age of Extinction

July 2014

1. Dawn of the Planet of the Apes

2. Earth to Echo

3. Hercules

4. Sex Tape

5. Tammy

August 2014

1. The Olivia Experiment

2. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

3. The Expendables 3

4. Into the Storm

5. If I Stay

About Makayla Moore

Makayla Moore is a 21 year old Louisville, KY native. She is currently a senior at the University of Louisville and is pursuing a Bachelor’s of Arts degree in Communications with a minor in Pan African Studies. She currently holds the Features Editor position at The Louisville Cardinal. Her goal is to continue her education at the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa, AL, where she will obtain her Master’s degree in Advertising and Public Relations. She plans to do several internships while finishing up her senior year and after graduation in order to gain more experience in media.

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