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FILM ISSUE


SUMMER BLOCKBUSTERS S


JUNE 3


X-MEN: FIRST CLASS X-Men hits the big screen again, this time as a prequel to the previous films. This particular movie of the franchise is set in the 1960s and focuses on Charles Xavier and Erik Lensherr before they become Professor X and Magneto. As the two friends work together with other mutants to combat a nuclear Armageddon, a fissure begins to surface between them. That crack in the friendship ultimately begins the eternal war between Professor X and Magneto.


JUNE 10


SUPER 8 J.J. Abrams and Steven Spielberg team up to create a sci-fi movie that seems to be a cross


between E.T., Stand by Me and Cloverfield. Set in 1979, a group of friends use a Super 8 camera to make home movies. However, one night while filming a zombie flick, they witness a horrific train derailment that results in something of possible extraterrestrial origins escaping from a United States Air Force box car. Soon after, unusual disappearances and unexplained events plague the nearby town.


JUNE 17


GREEN LANTERN When a new enemy, called the Parallax, threat- ens to destroy the universe, the peace-keeping Green Lantern Corps turn to its newest recruit for help. That recruit is none other than cocky pilot Hal Jordan (Ryan Reynolds), the first-ever


human recruit for the Green Lanterns.


ure, it’s easier to justify being outside during the summer months, but when the warm weather turns hot, there comes the need for even those not obsessed


with cinema to make a trip to a movie theater, munch on snacks and get blasted with industrial air conditioning.


X-Men: First Class


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