Will Transformers Modernize our Movie World?

TRANSFORMERS: THE LAST NIGHT is hoping to have the first AND last word this officially-summer weekend at the movies, transforming the way moviegoers look at those never-ending action films. Its arrival is sure to make for a ROUGH NIGHT for our less-mechanical stars, who are still trying to cover up their assortment of crimes (which include failing to find a place in the Box Office Top Five).
Hardly seeking the same crowd, last week’s champion CARS 3 is sure to stay on the right track with our youngest movie members, out of school and ready to party, Rated G style. Will they be lending a helping hand (and wardrobe change) to CAPTAIN UNDERPANTS: (whose) FIRST EPIC MOVIE landed him on an epic road trip of his own?
Speaking of the fashionably challenged, when will the wonderful (movie) days of WONDER WOMAN be up?
Also no slave to fashion, THE MUMMY remains determined to take down anyone who attempts to keep her entombed (i.e. out of the box-office running). Does she have a shot at burying anyone this weekend?
With so many tales to choose from, and ALL EYEZ ON ME, can the story of a slain rapper maintain the short attention span of moviegoers and music lovers alike? Perhaps the scary view from 47 METERS DOWN will put things into perspective this weekend, encouraging beach lovers to become Big Screen spectators instead.
Which of our attention-seeking tales will provide the best view for you this weekend?

Author: Meg

I am a freelance writer for hire. I have been writing professionally since 2001 and blogging since 2012. Please visit my Hire Me page for more information about yours truly.

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