For all of you who like to spend summer days watching cliché romantic comedies, get ready for a summer of fun flicks sure to boost your care-free summer mood.
Woody Allen is back June 29 with a film about finding love in an old European city. Sound familiar? Well, this is no Midnight in Paris. He’s starring in this one, along with several other big names: Alec Baldwin, Ellen Page, Jesse Eisenberg, Penélope Cruz and Greta Gerwig. To Rome with Love tells the story of couples in Italy finding love and dealing with complicated conflicts. Rated R.
Your Sister’s Sister, which comes out June 29, depicts a story of friendship and sibling drama. One year after his brother’s death, Jack (Mark Duplass) is still grieving and is an emotional wreck. His close friend Iris (Emily Blunt) suggests Jack take a break in her family’s cottage to cope with his problems. At the cottage, he meets Iris’ sister and they develop a close relationship. Complications occur when Iris gets jealous. Rated R.
Moonrise Kingdom, which was released May 16, is a rom-com about two twelve-year-olds who flee from their New England town in the 1960s. In response, the town sends out a search party to find them. The movie stars Bruce Willis, Ed Norton, Bill Murray, Frances McDormand and other big names. Rated PG-13.
Celeste and Jesse Forever, which comes out Aug. 10, was co-written by Rashida Jones (I Love You, Man) and Will McCormack (The Sopranos). This romantic comedy is about a couple who try to maintain a friendship during a divorce. lt stars Rashida Jones, Emma Roberts, Elijah Wood and Andy Samberg. Not Rated.
Jane Fonda is back to the big screen June 8 as a dignified hippie grandmother in Peace, Love & Misunderstanding. When uptight New York City lawyer Dianne (Catherine Keener) stresses over divorce, she takes her two teenagers upstate to stay with her free spirited mother Grace. Their stay turns into a summer of romance, adventure and family secrets. Rated R.