How to Train Your Dragon 2 Dragons may be creations of fantasy, but the reality is that this sequel holds its own against the original. Hiccup, Toothless, and the gang are back together, and this is a flight of fantasy you’ll want to take.
World War Z. While most summer blockbusters have a 2 or 3 after their titles and are walking dead versions of a one-time original story or character, World War Z actually manages to breathe new life into the expiring zombie genre.
Magic Mike. Cheaper than a “hen party,” safer than a bunch of “rope tricks,” and definitely less degrading than a “pervy hole,” the Misfits offer their review of Magic Mike, the story of a misunderstood male stripper. But if watching the “bump and grind” isn’t enough and you decide to take it all the way, remember to be sure and “cloak the captain.”
Chasing Mavericks. Some movies are more than the sum of their parts; This film is more than the sum of its too many parts. Despite too many characters, too many coincidences, and too many plot lines, it still manages to be a pretty decent film about surfing.