Think Outside The Box Office


By Nick Knott

Edge of Tomorrow
“Live, die, repeat.”
Drama, Sci-fi In Theaters: June 6

Starring: Tom Cruise, Emily Blunt, Bill Paxton

A telepathic alien race is hell-bent on taking over the world, and it’s up to Maj. Bill Cage to stop them. Unfortunately, contact with the aliens puts Cage in a Sisyphean time-loop where he repeatedly fights and dies the same day in combat, over and over.

Burning Blue
“Deny nothing.”
Drama, Romance

In Theaters: June 6

Starring: Trent Ford, Morgan Spector, Rob Mayes

A brotherhood of navy pilots comes under fire after multiple flying accidents cause a federal agent to investigate. The agent exposes a taboo relationship between two of the pilots, which turns the investigation into a scandal.

Obvious Child
Comedy, Romance

In Theaters: June 6

Starring: Jenny Slate, Gaby Hoffmann, Jake Lacy

A newly single, unemployed, pregnant comedian is forced to tackle the real world for the first time in her adult life.

The Fault in Our Stars
“One sick love story.”
Drama, Comedy

In Theaters: June 6

Starring: Shailene Woodley, Ansel Elgort, Willem Dafoe

Two teenagers fall in love when attending a cancer support group. Based on John Green’s best-selling novel.

The Sacrament
“Live as one. Die as one.”

In Theaters: June 6

Starring: Amy Seimetz, Joe Swanberg, A.J. Bowen

Journalists travel to a secluded, cult-like community to document a friend’s quest to find his lost sister. When the utopia turns out to be less perfect than meets the eye, the trip turns into a fight to escape “Eden Parish.”

“San Francisco 1985.”

In Theaters: June 6

Starring: Scott Marlowe, Matthew Risch

This drama, set during San Francisco’s AIDS epidemic, follows a young male dancer’s struggle to perform with more masculinity. When he befriends a fellow dancer at the company, the two grow closer during a time of great health risks.

How to Train Your Dragon 2
Action & Adventure

In Theaters: June 13

Starring: Jay Baruchel, Gerard Butler, America Ferrera

After a young Viking ends the life-long war between humans and dragons, the two species live in harmony. But a new battle looms as dragon hunters seek to capture the majestic beasts and use them as weapons of war.

22 Jump Street
“They’re not 21 anymore.”
Action & Adventure, Comedy

In Theaters: June 13

Starring: Jonah Hill, Channing Tatum, Ice Cube

Diplomas in hand, two knuckleheaded undercover cops leave high school, making their way to college to indulge in drugs, drinking and maybe a little police work.

Drama, Comedy

In Theaters: June 13

Starring: Aaron Paul, Juliette Lewis, Josh Wiggins

When Child Protective Services takes his son away, a struggling single father turns over a new leaf to rebuild the family dynamic and get his child back.

The Rover
Western, Mystery & Suspense

In Theaters: June 13

Starring: Robert Pattinson, Guy Pearce

A man endures the postapocalyptic Australian desert in pursuit of his most prized possession, which was stolen from him by a gang of thieves.

The Signal
“R U agitated.”
Mystery & Suspense

In Theaters: June 13

Starring: Laurence Fishburne, Brenton Thwaites, Sarah Clarke

A trio of roadtrippin’ college students awakens in a government facility. The only thing their captors want to know is how they came across the signal.

Think Like a Man Too
“This summer place your bets.”

In Theaters: June 20

Starring: Kevin Hart, Michael Ealy, Meagan Good, Taraji P. Henson

When a wedding party heads to Las Vegas for bachelor and bachelorette shenanigans, friends of the bride and groom try to out-party each other, setting off a sinful battle of the sexes.

Jersey Boys
Director: Clint Eastwood

In Theaters: June 20

Starring: Christopher Walken, John Lloyd Young, Vincent Piazza

This film adaptation of the Broadway hit by the same name steers away from song-and-dance careers of the Four Seasons, focusing instead on the four friends’ internal struggles and personal growth.

Transformers: Age of Extinction
“The rules have changed.”
Action & Adventure, Sci-fi
Director: Michael Bay

In Theaters: June 27

Starring: Mark Wahlberg, Stanley Tucci, Nicola Peltz, Jack Reynor

Humanity shuns the Transformers yet again, claiming mankind no longer needs their protection. But civilization soon calls on Optimus Prime and company to save the planet from another devastating alien invasion.

“We move forward.”
Director: Joon-ho Bong

In Theaters: June 27

Starring: Chris Evans, Jamie Bell, Tilda Swinton

A super-train traveling through ice-covered wastelands creates a venue for the ever-present battle between rich and poor in Joon-ho Bong’s English-language directorial debut.