Movies NOT To See: July 2016 Edition

Movies NOT To See.  A compiled list to help you weed out the good vs the bad to save your time, money and brain cells. A link to the trailer has been provided in the title. 

Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates (July 8)

Let’s just casually skip over the fact that it is the worst attempt at naming a movie.  There are going to be some good laughs and a lot of stupid stuff.  Everyone is going to go to this movie and laugh and in the end it will just be okay and no one will ever talk about it again, as it should be.  Also… Anna Kendrick’s hair.

Captain Fantastic (July 8)

Starring Viggo Mortensen, he is a hippie who raises his children in the wilderness like barbarian hippies so they are peaceful and innocent and totally unprepared for the real world.  A quirky artsy film that won lots of awards that I probably will never see because despite any good qualities it may have I know I would not be giving it any sort of positive review.

The Infiltrator (July 15)

Based on the true story of undercover US customs agent Robert Mazur who helped catch some drug lords.  Not really my cup of tea.

Cafe Society (July 15)

Kristen Stewart is known for her awkwardness, but the real star of this movie is Jesse Eisenberg.  The guy who plays the same character in every film he ever plays in and somehow manages to continue to get parts in movies.

Ice Age: Collision Course (July 22)

Hard to believe they are still making these.  I think it’s getting a little overboard but the children are going to eat this up.

Lights Out (July 22)

Oh lord…. the little girl from the ring has come out of her hole and hates the light so we must keep the lights off so she can come and haunt us.

Don’t Think Twice (July 22)

A quirky little film about struggling quirky improv actors.

Into The Forest (July 29)

Based on the novel of the same name, a story of two sisters trying to survive in a rapidly declining world.  Could be interesting but doesn’t seem like anything new.

Indignation (July 29)

Based on a book that I’m sure had some very interesting moments, but watching this film wouldn’t include one such moment.

Equity (July 29)

A film about women’s equality in the work place in a fast paced financial market rife with snakes.  Could have been interesting but I expect this will fall flat.

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