June comes with super movies!

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Summer is almost here and the chains of American cinema, hit by the financial taxes of an endless pandemic and shaken by the shift of audience to broadcasting, finally have reason to be cautiously optimistic.

This June is coming with super movies. We bring you some of them that are worth a look.


Date of publication: June 3 in cinemas

Talented British director Terence Davies recounts 50 years in the life of poet Siegfried Sassoon (played as young by Jack Lowden and as old as Peter Capaldi), focusing on his resistance to World War I and his experiences as a closed homosexual. Man in an intolerant time.

"Crimes of the future"

Date of publication : June 3 in cinemas

David Cronenberg, the master of body horror (see: "Videodrome", "The Fly"), returns with this boring dystopian thriller for a performance artist (Viggo Mortensen) who can grow synthetic organs. Léa Seydoux and Kristen Stewart are co-actors.

"Island of Fire"

Date of publication : June 3 in Hulu

Stand-up comedian Joel Kim Booster and Saturday Night Live performer Bowen Yang present this comedy about two friends heading to the title's famous gay holiday destination. Andrew Ahn ("Spa Night", "Driveways") directs.


Date of publication : June 10 on Netflix

Adam Sandler directs this sports drama that airs live on an unlucky former basketball scout who tries to get back in the game by recruiting an outsider to compete in the NBA. Queen Latifah and Ben Foster are co-stars.

"Father and bride"

Date of publication : June 16 on HBO Max

Andy García takes on the disturbing role of father previously played by Spencer Tracy and Steve Martin in this romantic comedy film focused on a Cuban-American father struggling with his daughter's next wedding. Gloria Estefan plays together.

"Black telephone"

Date of publication : June 24 in cinemas.

Scott Derrickson, the director of Marvel's first film "Doctor Strange", goes back to his roots as a horror director in this creepy supernatural festival about occult events inside the house of a kidnapper and serial killer named Grabber, played by Ethan Hawke.

"Good luck to you, Leo Grande"

Date of publication : June 17 in Hulu

Emma Thompson stars in one of this year's Sundance Highlights: a drama about a sexually frustrated widow (Thompson) seeking the services of a handsome sex worker (Daryl McCormack, of the Peaky Blinders). /21Media