Fire It Up: The Movies to See This 4th of July Weekend

The Lone Ranger

What's more American than the wild, wild west? The Lone Ranger features handsome Armie Hammer as the titular character with the legendary Johnny Depp as American Indian spirit warrior, Tonto.
 
  • The Lone Ranger The Lone Ranger
    What's more American than the wild, wild west? The Lone Ranger features handsome Armie Hammer as the titular character with the legendary Johnny Depp as American Indian spirit warrior, Tonto.
  • Despicable Me 2 Despicable Me 2
    Perfect for the entire family, Despicable Me 2 finds Gru and his minions recruited by the Anti-Villain League to stop a formidable new criminal threat.
  • The Way, Way Back The Way, Way Back
    Riding the wave of 'coming-of-age' films hitting the silver screen this summer, The Way, Way Back tells the story of a social outcast who gets a boost of confidence working his first summer job at a local swimming hole.
  • White House Down White House Down
    Channing Tatum. Jamie Foxx. The White House under attack. Sounds like a perfect Fourth of July movie to us!
  • The Heat The Heat
    Sandra Bullock and Melissa McCarthy serve up female-cop-realness and unrelenting humor in this 'good cop, mad cop' comedy from Bridesmaids director, Paul Feig.
  • Man of Steel Man of Steel
    If you have not seen Man of Steel yet, why not see the iconic American superhero over July 4? I mean, it's like, so patriotic.
  • World War Z World War Z
    Of all this summer's action heroes, World War Z's former U.N. investigator Gerry Lane (Brad Pitt) is both the everyman and the undisputable global patriot, as he scours the earth to search for the cure for all mankind for the zombie epidemic -- go Brad!
  • Frances Ha Frances Ha
    Greta Gerwig shines in this Girls-esque indie comedy that "lost" Millenials will relate to, especially if they're living in New York City.
  • The Kings of Summer The Kings of Summer
    The Kings of Summer is a coming-of-age story of three Midwestern boys who spend their summer adult-free in the woods of Ohio, which certainly sounds more fun than it is. Have you tried living without A/C in the summer?
 
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