Summer Movie Preview 2019 From Avengers to Tarantino

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John Wick: Chapter 3: Never mind the ridiculously long-winded title — we’re always up for some John Wick, the best character Keanu Reeves.

Non-Fiction: A literate comedy about the literary world is an anomaly in summer when crude laughs tend to hold.

Long Shot: Charlize Theron is the U.S. Secretary of State who’s running for President and ends up falling for a troublemaking.

Aladdin: As part of Disney’s attempt to remake its animated hits as live-action moneymakers, director Guy Ritchie.

The Souvenir: A hit out of this year’s Sundance, the fourth and best feature yet from the brilliant British.

Knock Down the House: This all-access, sharply observant documentary from Rachel Lears concerns the 2018 primary campaigns.

Wine Country: The great Amy Poehler makes her feature directing debut with this Netflix comedy.

The Hustle: Farce is tough to pull off — but Rebel Wilson and Anne Hathaway come at it with both barrels.

Avengers: Here it is: the unmissable blockbuster of summer 2019. This marks the grand conclusion to the three phases.

Pokemon Detective Pikachu: This American/Japanese funfest features Ryan Reynolds as the voice and facial motion capture.

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