By Barika Edwards My "see its" are worth paying the NYC Cinema Ticket prices. But there are some films you should definitely not miss but seeing them on your flatscreen or in my case teletube and it will still be great.
The Calendar May: Jumping the Broom, Thor, The Beaver, Hesher, Something Borrowed, Midnight in Paris, Pirates of the Caribbean: Strange Tides, Priest, The Tree of Life, The Hangover 2, The Kung Fu Panda 2
See: Pirates, The Tree of Life
Rent: Jumping the Broom
June : Beginners, X-Men First Class, Beautiful Boy, Super 8, Green Lantern, Art of Getting By, Cars 2, Bad Teacher, Transformers: Dark Side of the Moon,
See: Super 8, Bad Teacher, Transformers,
Skip: Green Lantern
July: Larry Crowne, Zookeeper, Horrible Bosses, Snow Flower and Secret Fan, Winnie the Poo, Monte Carlo, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2, Captain America: The First Avenger, Crazy, Stupid, Love, Friends with Benefits, The Smurfs, Cowboys & Aliens,
See: Cowboys & Aliens, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2
Rent: Winnie the Poo (good classic for your home collection)
Skip it: n/a
Aug: The Change-Up, Dirty Girl (Sounds like a bad weekend). The Help, Final Destination 5, 30 Minutes of Less, Dont Be Afraid of the Dark Fright Night, Spy Kids: All the Time in the World, Conan the Barbarian, One Day.
See it: The Help, Fright Night, Attack the Block
Attack the Block is like Goonies but way funnier! Its realistic to real childhood angst and peer-abandonment
Rent it: One Day
Indies: Sleeping Beauty, Battle for Brooklyn,