So many movies, so little time. Every week brings a new crop of them, opening in multiplexes and arthouse theaters across the nation, and arriving in increasingly high volumes on streaming platforms like Netflix. How’s a voracious moviegoer to keep up? That’s where The A.V. Club comes in. The first week of every month, we’ll be previewing all the major movies coming to theaters (or laptops or gaming systems or Rokus) near you, helping narrow down these upcoming releases by making educated guesses on whether they’re worth your time and money. Dark Phoenix Theaters everywhere June 7 “The Dark Phoenix Saga” isn’t just the most celebrated arc in the half-century history of the X-Men—it’s also one of the undisputed classics of comic book storytelling, full stop. So maybe it’s not so surprising that Fox is taking another shot at bringing it to the screen, after 2006’s maligned The Last Stand. The plot once again revolves around telepathic Jean Grey (Sophie Turner), whose swelling, expanding powers transform her into the most dangerous mutant on the planet, forcing the rest of the X-Men—plus frequent frenemy Magneto (Michael Fassbender)—to confront the threat of world destruction she poses. Directed by Simon Kinberg, who wrote… Read full this story
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