Senior Edition: 2015
Most anticipated films

Valerie Hamilton

V. Hamilton

Editor’s Note: This is KHS senior Valerie Hamilton’s final film piece for The Knight Times. She began her Knight Times career as a freshman.

Movies are a way to escape from the stress of everyday life for a while. This summer get excited for movies galore. Here are your top five movie escapes for the summer, as chosen by seniors in our recent The Knight Times survey.

1. Pitch Perfect 2 (May 15)

Pitch Perfect is a hit for the students this year. This movie brings back Ana for another year of a cappella competitions. This time they are going big with an international competition that no americans have ever won. What will happen next? 

2. Jurassic World (June 12)

Jurassic World brings back the park and this time with a twist. They have now genetically modified one of the dinosaurs to make the biggest dinosaur ever. Will something happen to the park? (Of course or there will be no movie)

3. The Avengers: Age of Ultron (May 1)

The Avengers: Age of Ultron brings back the avengers for another year of adventure and terror. This time with another villain that will creep you out and bring about an awesome battle to the death.

4. Ted 2 (June 26)

Ted 2 revolves around Ted’s want to have a child. In order to qualify as a parent he must now prove that he is a person. Will he be able to prove himself?

5. Paper Towns (July 24)

Paper Towns brings around the next John Green story to the big screen. Quentin Jacobsen (Nat Wolf) is an socially awkward kid who meets a girl that changes his life forever. But what will happen when she goes missing, leaving clues for him to follow, to find her, and a better life.

(By the way guys, Star Wars doesn’t come out until December. Don’t worry. I am excited to.)

Top Movies of Senior Year

Interstellar
22 Jump Street
Mocking Jay
The Fault of Stars
Big Hero 6
Into the Woods

Thank you for reading my movie reviews for the last four years. I have enjoyed being there for you, to tell you which movies truly are worth your money. I hope you enjoyed reading my reviews too. I will miss you.

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