Summer Movies Preview

Emilio Lee, Photo Editor

Godzilla: King of the Monsters (May 31): The king is back, and he is not alone this time. After the two Massive Unidentified Terrestrial Organism, or MUTO, have died by the hands of Godzilla, the world has their eyes open to a new species that have laid dormant for thousands of years. Like the two MUTOs and Godzilla, they have been given the name of Titans. But now they are not the only ones to wake from their thousands of years old nap. Now a total of seventeen other Titans have awoken, but out of those sixteen, only three may pose a threat to the world as we know it: Mothra, Rodan, and Ghidorah. Will Godzilla be able to defeat them as he did with the MUTO? And will the human race set back and watch while the kings do his thing, or will we do something about it? But this is Godzilla’s world after all; we just live in this world. Long live the King.

Men in Black: International (June 14): The MIB are back, but this time things are about to go international. Meet Agent M, a recent new recruit of the MIB, but instead of the MIB finding her, she found them on her own. And now she is a new agent for them, but she is not alone. Say hi to Agent H, one of the best agents in the England branch. With these two agents, they face a threat that could possibly put the MIB in jeopardy: they are called The Hive, an alien species that has the ability to shapeshift into anyone they see or come into contact with. Will Agent M and H be able to stop this threat and to make sure they don’t make things worse than they already are?

The Lion King (July 19): It is time to tell an old tale that everyone loved when they younger. The retelling of a young prince going through his life as he reaches the age were he is given the title of king from his father. But thanks to the prince uncle, the king, his father died, and the prince ran away believing he is the one that killed him. Now he is grown and ready to take his birthright that he denied for a long time out of guilt. He is ready to do his part in the cycle, a cycle his father told him that everything has a purpose in, that cycle his father he called “The Circle of Life.”

The New Mutants (August 2): Who do you think is more dangerous, a full-grown snake or young snake? The new or the old. This is the story about a new generation of Mutants. They are trying to control their power and to make sure to not hurt anyone. The ones who help them are a mysterious organization, but with all mysterious organizations, they usually have something to hide and that something is usually very bad.