Top 5 Movies You Can’t Miss This Summer

Financial Monster

Financial Monster

Cast: George Clooney, Julia Roberts

The Financial Monster was presented at the Festival de Cannes last week by director Jodie Foster. The plot revolves around the famous TV host Lee Gates, whose financial advice has turned him into a Wall Street guru. And all would be well, but here’s one of the show’s viewers who, taking Lee’s unsuccessful advice, lost his entire fortune and now wants revenge. But the show continues because viewers are Best Summer Films curious to find out how much a person’s life is worth. By the way, at the Ukrainian box office, the film may also go under the title “Money Trap”.

Finding Dory

Finding Dory

Cast: Ellen DeGeneres, Diane Keaton, Eugene Levy

For those who have been waiting for a sequel to the cartoon Finding Nemo, a miracle has happened! Now the story of Best Summer Films a slightly crazy and flighty blue fish named Dory comes to the forefront, determined to go in search of her family together with her friends Marlin and Nemo.

The Illusion of Deception 2

The Illusion of Deception 2

Daniel Rackdliffe, Mark Ruffalo, Jesse Eisenberg, Morgan Freeman.

The second part of the blockbuster about magicians involves a reshuffle of personnel. The only female lead actress is Lizzie Caplan, who replaced Eula Fisher. In addition, in this film, the “boy who survived” appears unexpectedly, but without the scar and without glasses—Daniel Radcliffe. The action takes place three years after the events of the first film. The best illusionists in the world, the Four Horsemen, get a new challenge from an unknown adversary. And this guarantees new riddles and fairy tricks on the verge of magic, which is especially exciting to watch on the big screen.

Independence Day 2: Rebirth

Independence Day 2: Rebirth

Cast: Liam Hemsworth, Mike Monroe.

In fact, after the success of Independence Day in 1996, Dean Devlin wrote the script for the sequel, but he felt the story he wrote did not reach the level of the first film, so he returned the fee to the studio. And 15 years later, Devlin made a second attempt, the results of which we will soon see in cinemas.

Big and Kind Giant

Big and Kind Giant

Mark Rylance, Rebecca Hall, Bill Hader

Steven Spielberg’s family adventure film is based on the children’s author Roald Dahl’s novel of the same name. One day, the main character, Sophie, saw a vast giant approaching the neighboring houses and blowing through the bedroom windows. When he saw Sophie, the giant took her to his home in a magical land. It is symbolic that the film premieres in the year that marks the centennial of the English writer’s birth.


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