I love Summer movies. To me as a lover of films – it was my favorite time of the year. The popcorn, the sodas and the best movies of the year were treats I cannot erase from my brain. Here are some of the best Summer movies of the year. Remember, It’s just my opinion – even though my opinion is great.

Fast X

Fast X or Fast and Furious Ten is the tenth film in the franchise, the first part of the finale. Dominic Vin Diesel who plays Torreto is speeding, alongside an ensemble cast including Michelle Rodriguez, Tyrese Gibson, Ludacris, and John Cena. In this film, they are up against Dante Reyes played by Jason Momoa, son of drug kingpin Hernan Reyes who attempts to avenge his father’s death from 2011’s Fast Five.

Little Mermaid

Halle Bailey is an ocean treasure. One half of the sister duo Chloe x Halle, Bailey is everyone’s favorite red-headed mermaid Ariel in the 2023 remake of the classic 1989 Disney film. She appears alongside a star studded cast, including Melissa McCarthy as Ursula, Jonah Hauer-King as Prince Eric, Javier Bardem as King Triton, Daveed Diggs as Sebastian, and Awkwafina as Scuttle.


Christopher Nolan’s latest film stars Cillian Murphy who plays the physicist Robert Oppenheimer, who served as the head of the Los Alamos Laboratory during the Manhattan Project, the United States’ mission to create a nuclear bomb during World War II. The movie features Emily Blunt, Matt Damon, Robert Downey Jr., and Florence Pugh in a possible Oscar award winning cast.

Runner up

Asteroid City

Asteroid City a comedy-drama written, directed, and produced by Wes Anderson, from a story he scribed with Roman Coppola. The film features a cast including Jason Schwartzman, Scarlett Johansson, Tom Hanks, Jeffrey Wright, Tilda Swinton, Bryan Cranston, Edward Norton, Adrien Brody, Liev Schreiber, Hope Davis, Steve Park, Rupert Friend, Maya Hawke, Steve Carell, Matt Dillon, Hong Chau, Willem Dafoe, Margot Robbie, Tony Revolori, Jake Ryan, and Jeff Goldblum. The plot simultaneously depicts the events of a Junior Stargazer convention in a retro futuristic version of 1955, staged as a play, and the creation of the play. It is Anderson’s homage to popular memory and mythology about extraterrestrials witnessed in the Southwestern desert near an atomic test sites during the postwar period of the 20th century.

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