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It’s Time to Go to the Movies Again

Last year we were all inside missing the life we once had. Outings to the movies were a thing of the past because of the pandemic. We hid in our homes and closed the exterior barn doors from the outside world. We said goodbye to movie theaters, concert halls, and sports stadiums. Watching movies over and over at home was our new norm. A date night or birthday party was almost nonexistent.

Somehow we made it through. Now that things are opening up again, so is Hollywood. It’s time to get out and have some fun! If you love going to the movies, then you are in for a real treat. There are some re-releases coming out and some new productions.

Black Widow

This summer release starring Scarlett Johansson is a greatly anticipated action movie. It has taken 11 years for the solo film to get released. Fans begin forming lines on July 9th. This tale of two trained killers has some interesting twists. Directed by Cate Shortland this is the “it” movie of the summer. See it. That is all. You won’t regret it.

Let Us In

If you like the horror genre, then here’s one for you. Let Us In is one scary movie about the “black-eyed children.” Well, adults actually since they are adults, but it plays on the story of them. It’s about two kids that are trying to speak to aliens over the airwaves, and they get something else that talks back. This looks spooky enough to be fun.

Sleepless Unrest

This is another horror movie. The plot is simple. The Conjuring House is for sale. Someone buys it and the story begins. It’s a seance gone the wrong way. Is the story real? Directed by Vera Whelpton and Kendall Whelpton, it opens with a Stranger Things vibe. If you see one horror film this year, this is one to catch.

Escape Room: Tournament of Champions

If you liked the movie Escape Room, then this is more of the same. The players have to advance and all have something in common. Don’t miss this one if you like mysteries and action. It’s released by Sony, directed by Adam Robitel, the co-writer of Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension.

The Forever Purge

This movie takes the purge after it’s supposed to end and makes it neverending. It’s a dystopian horror movie with Everardo Valerio directing, it’s the latest in the Purge franchise. Followers and fans of the series say it’s the best since the first release of this franchise.

A Quiet Place Part 2

This is the second in the franchise for this movie. It has taken a while for this second movie’s release. The pandemic had a lot to do with the wait. The journey begins to save the survivors we met in the first movie. Directed by John Krasinski, it is a suspense movie to be sure. Thrilling is what most fans say about this much-anticipated release. It is definitely worth the wait.

Final Account

This one is the controversial movie release on the subject. Final Account is a one-of-a-kind documentary. No others have this footage in them. It gives a voice to the children of the German Nazi regime. It’s bone-chilling to watch how something so simple and ordinary became one of the worst atrocities of our world. It’s the past speaking to our present-day times. Let us never forget. It can happen anywhere.

Ferris Bueller’s Day Off

This one isn’t new, but an anniversary re-release. It promises to have some great additions to the movie. Nothing beats this soundtrack and the writer created a true piece of history. Grab some popcorn and take in some nostalgia.

Every release that is now coming out is a welcome addition to life. People have spent too much time inside away from the smells and sounds of the movie theater. It’s time to get back to life at the movies. If you love nostalgia, then the anniversary release of Ferris Bueller is a great movie to see. These films are all amazing. Grab your popcorn.


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