Don’t miss Jennifer Lawrence’s No Hard Feelings, Disney’s Elemental, Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny, and The Flash.
June is definitely looking great with blockbuster movies, romantic comedies, biopics, and heartwarming stories that tingle the heart. This month, expect a rollercoaster of emotions and allow your imagination to transport you to extraordinary places. Get ready for a cinematic experience that captivates and leaves you craving more.
What to Watch This June 2023: Catch the Latest Flicks!
Get your popcorn ready. Here are the exciting movies that you can watch with your friends and family members this June.
- Transformers: Rise of the Beasts (June 7)
The Autobots are back in action in the ‘90s globetrotting adventures of the Autobots and the whole new breed of Transformers, the Maximals. Together, they work to restore peace and order here on Earth. Starring Anthony Ramos and Dominique Fishback, Transformers: Rise of the Beasts is directed by Steven Caple Jr.
- Elemental (June 14)
Disney and Pixar once again take us on a heartwarming and tear-jerking journey of learning more about ourselves through relatable characters set in fantastical universes. The studio’s newest project brings us to a world where elements—earth, fire, water, and air—coexist in some kind of New York-style metropolis, each representing different social classes.
The trailer officially released introduced Ember and Wade—a fiery young woman and a go-with-the-flow guy—who, through a series of mishaps, discover that they have so much in common. Needless to say, romance sparks between the odd couple despite the practical and parochial rule that ‘elements don’t mix’.
- The Flash (June 14)
As described in the film’s premise, Barry used his superpowers to travel back in time in hopes of changing the events of the past. However, in his attempt to do so, he inadvertently alters the future, trapping him in a reality in which General Zod has returned and threatens annihilation. Adding more to his worries, there are no superheroes to turn to—unless he gets to coax Batman out of retirement or rescue the imprisoned Kryptonian.
- No Hard Feelings (June 21)
Jennifer Lawrence is back as Maddie, who, on the brink of losing her home, accepts the intriguing job of dating the 19-year-old introverted son of wealthy helicopter parents. Co-produced by Lawrence herself, No Hard Feelings is set to give you that laugh-out-loud and edgy comedy. What do you think Maddie would do to make Percy (portrayed by Andrew Barth Feldman) come out of his shell?
- Hypnotic (June 21)
Ben Affleck is back in action as Detective Danny Rourke, who’s determined to find his missing daughter. In a gripping race against time, Detective Rourke finds himself facing an extraordinary challenge as he embarks on the mission. In his course, his path was obstructed by a formidable and enigmatic group of hypnotics, adding a perplexing twist to the already daunting task at hand. Will Detective Rourke triumph over this unconventional adversary and reunite with his beloved daughter, or will the hypnotics prove to be an insurmountable obstacle in his desperate search?
- Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny (June 28)
The legendary archeologist is back once more to embark on a global quest to find the powerful Dial of Destiny—said to change the course of history. Along with his goddaughter, he must decipher ancient clues, navigate treacherous landscapes, and outwit his adversaries, including Jürgen Voller, a former Nazi who works for NASA. Packed with action, mysteries to solve, and the indomitable spirit of Indiana Jones, this movie is the perfect treat for you and your friends to cap off the month!
Aside from the aforementioned movies, local movies like Will You Be My Ex (Julia Barretto and Diego Loyzaga), Thanks for the Broken Heart (Khaleil Patrian A. Co, Larizze Ann J. Eco, Samantha Faith Valdez Batula, Stephanie Kayla L. Quitlong), Thanks for the Brokenheart (Gerlaine Silva, Lance Raymundo, Mary Sharapova, Oliver Lacson), and Ang Pangarap Kong Oskars (Joross Gamboa, Kate Alejandrino, Paolo Contis) are also scheduled for release this June.