Laugh your heart out and be thrilled by some of the latest releases slated for June 2014
If you are a movie buff, here is a sneak preview of what to expect on the big screen. From long-awaited sequels to comedies, expect to be entertained by the latest flicks.
- How to Train your Dragon 2
How to Train your Dragon is back! Soaring into theatres in the U.S. on June 13, this time, Toothless and Hiccup embark on a new journey to explore out-of-this-world territories. One of their adventures lead the two best friends to uncover a secret ice cave that is habitat for many wild dragons and the mysterious Dragon Rider. Soon, Hiccup and Toothless find themselves in a battle. They must unite to not only have faith in what they believe, but to make a difference in the world of men and dragons.
I have yet to read the book this film is based on, but simply by researching this film online, I feel like watching it already. Detailing two strong-willed teenagers’s lives, Hazel and Angus falls in love in the most unconventional way. The former has to constantly rely on an oxygen tank, while the latter has a prosthetic leg that he often jokes about. Sharing a good amount of wit, they also share a commonplace in terms of where they first met: a cancer support group. It is no surprise then, how this relationship takes them on a journey of discovery.
This comedy is the sequel to 21 Jump Street, starring Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum. Officers Schmidt (Hill) and Jenko (Tatum) go undercover at a local university. While Jenko meets someone on the football team, he instantly feels a mutual connection for, Schmidt disrupts the scene, prompting questions as to whether or not their partnership is worthy, and more than that, a healthy and mature relationship.
Another sequel to look forward to is Think Like a Man 2. All the couples are excited to attend a wedding in Las Vegas. Naturally, they plan a romantic weekend. Lo and behold! Their romantic weekend turns out to be a series of unexpected misadventures that threaten to ruin the big day. Be sure to catch it on June 20.
— Yong Jo Leen, Correspondent (Film)