As much as I hate to admit it, with all the good and bad movies out there to consume, I am a fan boy at heart. I actually enjoy romantic-comedies and relish an occasional buddy movie.
I have not quite succumbed to superhero fatigue yet, and relish whatever comes my way.
Summer usually comes and goes in the blink of an eye, so I have to pick and choose where my hours are spent in the theatre.
So, there are titles I will see regardless of my busy schedule. “Toy Story 4” hits theaters June 21 as does the unnecessary reboot of “Child’s Play” with the voice of Mark Hamill as Chucky, the serial-killing doll.
Outside of my top ten, I’m also looking forward to Jim Jarmusch’s “The Dead Don’t Die” on June 14. I am also looking forward to the documentary “David Crosby: Remember my Name” on July 19.
For the sake of space, I’ve whittled down my summer must-see list to the Top 10.
For the record: I will be skipping “Brightburn,” “Aladdin,” “Ma,” “Child’s Play,” “Annabelle Comes Home” and “Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark.”