275 Want-to-See Votes#3 pick by our Facebook fans, #4 pick by our Instagram and Twitter fansOpens May 24What if the Superman origin story were twisted into something darker and more ominous? That s essentially the log line for this supernatural horror film, which centers on an alien child who crash-lands on Earth, finds a home with two loving human parents, and eventually grows up to become an agent of terror. With Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn s name in the credits (he s one of the producers) and a unique spin on the traditional superhero tale, the movie has raised fan expectation higher than your run-of-the-mill horror flick.5a. Aladdin (2019) 57%459 Want-to-See Votes#5 pick by our Twitter fansOpens on May 24Last up, we ve got another one of those pesky ties, so we ll start with the second of Disney s three live-action reimaginings of classic animated films from their library the first was Dumbo, which opened back in March. Folks have been a little skeptical of the remake ever since Will Smith was announced in the role of Genie, mostly because the late Robin Williams work in the role is so iconic. But that backlash seems to have died down a bit, leaving fans curious and even a little cautiously optimistic. We ll just have to wait and see how it turns out.5b. Rocketman (2019) 89%288 Want-to-See Votes#5 pick by our Facebook and Instagram fansOpens on May 31Lastly, we have the Elton John biopic starring Taron Egerton as the man himself. Many are already calling the film this year s Bohemian Rhapsody, as it charts the rise of the celebrated musician from his days at the Royal Academy for Music to his fruitful partnership with songwriter Bernie Taupin. Though it s difficult to say whether or not Rocketman will experience the kind of success that Bohemian Rhapsody did, it certainly appeals to the same audience, and it makes for a nice bit of counterprogramming for Godzilla: King of the Monsters.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.
to his 80s heyday, which saw the likes of Ghostbusters, Stripes, Caddyshack, and Scrooged put into theaters. The 90s not only had his lead-starring masterpiece Groundhog Day, but also the zany What About Bob?, and his first reinvention as the patron saint of comedic melancholia, Rushmore. All that paved the way for his towering 2000s output, featuring The Royal Tenenbaums, Lost in Translation, his Best Actor-nominated Broken Flowers, and Garfield which we re mentioning because it led directly to his inspired cameo in Zombieland.Now, take a look at Bill Murray movies ranked by Tomatometer.