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Wednesday, June 29, 2016

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Sophia's Overly Random Hiatus of the Past Few Months and Other Shenanigans

Okay, so Roberta from Offbeat YA has oh-so-kindly pointed out to me on Twitter that I'm posting like once every fortnight (with the occasional other than post).
I think the entire blogosphere has been well aware of that for the past few months...

ANYWAYS. I'm currently trying to get my foot back into the blogging shoes and well... starting with a plethora of micro reviews isn't a really good idea sooo

I might as well start with what's been happening for the past few months that my existence in the blogosphere is the equivalent to air.

The Fabulously Infamous Cause:
Real Life

The Contributions of Said Cause, Among Other Mundane Things:
I officially graduated high school. Hooray! So did Lupe, who got permission from my mom to kidnap me for the entire day, and it was great.
I just didn't feel like blogging. Motivation = Low. Lupe feels my pain. Truth be told, I enjoy this hiatus. It feels great to do nothing but read (aside from carrying on my life).
Yes... there were definitely boy problems involved.... Okay, long story short, a guy I knew for a few months was interested in me, we started texting on a daily basis, maybe bipolar me who is afraid of being in a relationship (or maybe just intimacy) made its appearance, a few mistakes were made on both sides, silent treatment was involved, drama llamas marched, we made peace and a few weeks later said, "Screw this. Let's just stick with being friends." On the bright side, I did learn a lot more about myself. And earned in a friend in the process. It's a weird friendship, but okay. Let's go with it.
I got hair extensions! I have red and purple – a lot of people like purple, but there's a lot more reaction to the red. It fit perfectly until I got a haircut....

I got a new phone, which means I can go make plans to dominate the world again with my shenanigans. Not that I'm not already not making plans.... but no one's supposed to know that aside from maybe Lupe and Ella.
My work schedule has been a little weird. I blame this as why I forgot to schedule a guest post for Novel Newcomers. But never fear – this special potato will be featured another day. ;)
I got a Ravenclaw lanyard. And I have a funny story in regards to my sorting... before Pottermore, I always got Ravenclaw or Hufflepuff on sorting hat quizzes. Pottermore 1.0 comes out and I'm sorted into Ravenclaw. Pottermore 2.0 says I'm Gryffindor. Someone explain to me what this madness is.
We might be looking for one or two more additions to Bookwyrming Thoughts sometime in the near future.
Bookish Shenanigans I've Been Reading But Feeling Lazy to Write A Review
(The Choice is Quite Optional For Some)
  • The Glittering Court by (ARC) – So um... I lost my notes, and now I have to base the review off my memory.... Fudge.
  • The Blood Between Us by Zac Brewer (ARC)
  • Demigods and Monsters by
  • Their Fractured Light by and
  • Bookishly Ever After by Isabel Bandeira (ARC) – I saw this featured at the library! I also saw The Abyss Surrounds Us and The Rule of Mirrors, which I still haven't gotten around to reading the ARCs... and then I accidentally checked out The Girl from Everywhere when I still have the ARC, so I guess I'll just submit a review of the final version on Netgalley???
  • And I Darken by (ARC) – So... I didn't even realize until sometime last week that this might be the first DNF I've had this year. Wowzers.
  • The Blood of the Hydra
  • by (ARC)
  • Xander and the Lost Island of Monsters by Margaret Dilloway (ARC) – I also saw this at the library.
  • The Steep and Thorny Way by Hamlet. That is all.
  • Kiss Kill Love Him Still by  and 
  • The Abyss Surrounds Us by Emily Skrutskie (ARC) – Sea monsters and pirates is all you need to know to pick up this one. Also, it's a really cute sea monster....
Bookish Shenanigans I Have Indeed Written A Review, Although Maybe a Tiny One
  • Spark by (ARC)
  • Withering Rose by (ARC)
  • Rise by (ARC)
  • The Rampart Guards by Wendy Terrien – I'm going to start posting this on the blog, but it's only on Goodreads and Amazon. And probably the only "normal" sized review from this stack.
Bookish Shenanigans I'm Currently Up To
  • The Rose Society by – So... the book is better than the audio version. Then again, I was half asleep when I listened to The Young Elites....
Bookish Shenanigans Next On the Hit List
(With the Hopes of Being Completed by the end of the Summer...)
  • Blackhearts by Nicole Castroman – I also wanted Shadowshaper and a bunch of others, but they can wait.
  • Prophecy by Coreena McBurnie – A review request sent months ago that I haven't gotten around to....
  • The Everlasting Circle by (ARC) – I really should have said no, but I've been waiting for like two years for the final book in the Everlast trilogy.
  • The Head of Medusa by (ARC) – Precisely why The Blood of the Hydra got moved up on the priority reading list.
  • Song of the Sending by Corinne O'Flynn – I don't even need to worry about this for a good while.
  • Girl Last Seen by Heather Anastasiu and Anne Greenwood Brown (ARC)
  • The Rule of Mirrors by (ARC)
  • The Girl from Everywhere by Heidi Helig – Once upon an ARC that I forgot I had on my tablet and ended up with a final copy at the library.
  • Beyond the Red by Ava Jae (ARC)
  • Into the Dim by Janet Taylor (ARC)
  • Stone Field by Christy Lenzi (ARC) – I think it's set in my home state, which might be one of the reasons why I requested it in the first place... o_o
  • The Butterfly Crest by Eva Vanrell

Anyways... that's what I've been up to for the past few months, what I'm currently up to (sort of), and what's coming... at least in the reading department. Whether or not I follow it, on the other hand... is another story entirely.

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Tuesday, June 28, 2016

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Novel Newcomers (Late Edition): Interview with Lila and Alaina

Okay, okay, I get it.

This is the second time I've forgotten all about NN16 (I try not to. I even have a planner. What do I? Continue to forget.).

This week... let me introduce you all to Alaina from An Infinite Book World and Lila from The Bookkeeper's Secrets.

Outside of blogging and reading, what other interests do you have?
Alaina: Well, of course I am a big fan of writing! What reader doesn't enjoy writing. But, writing does have to do with blogging so let's secretly not count that one….:) One of my favorite things to do in my free time is paint. I love the freedom you have while painting to create a beautiful masterpiece, alike writing. I also really like music. Listening, not playing. Though I'm pretty good at the trumpet, I prefer to just stick some earbuds in my ears and relax!

Lila: I'm a classically trained singer so I love singing and spend as much time as I can singing! I'm also kind of a science nerd (okay, so make that a BIG science nerd). I'm a biology major, but I love studying biology, physics, and chemistry and mixing them all together (because life is the mixture of those fields)! So I enjoy learning in my spare time (told ya I'm a nerd).

Nerds are cool though.

What is your most unusual accomplishment?
Alaina: I don't think I actually have any “unusual” accomplishments. I'm pretty basic. But, I guess I could count reading Wuthering Heights at the age of 12 as unusual? Most people would wait until their older to read it but I loved the storyline so much that I couldn't wait that long!

Lila: I built a planet! Seriously. I built a planet. Here's the story. I took a summer astronomy in high school and one of our assignments was to theoretically "build" a planet out of any material we wanted. So I did all of the math and all of the measurements and built a planet out of diamond and sapphire. Let's just say it was a very cold, very hard planet that probably wouldn't have sustained life...

*whistles* Someone just put my astronomy project to shame.

What is your favorite food?
Alaina: I'm a die-hard fan of strawberry yogurt. It's pretty much the best food ever!

Lila: I'm a sucker for any kind of really good salad, especially my mom's homemade salad! But also, chocolate!

What are some of your top reads this year?
Alaina: So far, My favorite read has been Sweet Evil! I'm a big fan of paranormal. But, I also really enjoyed reading both City of Glass and The Raven Boys!

Lila: Like, my favorite reads? The #1 spot has to go to Illuminae by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff (if you haven't read it yet, what have you been doing with your life???!). But beyond that one, I loved Rebel of the Sands by Alwyn Hamilton and The Raven King by Maggie Stiefvater!

What kinds of advice or bits of information would you have liked to know before you started blogging? Any advice to share with future new bloggers?
Alaina: I would've really liked to know that you have to make quite a bit of time to blog. At first, I just thought it was going to be something fun to do in my free time. But, it's actually something that I have to take time with and hope for the best. As to advice for new/future bloggers, just try your best. It's your love for books (or whatever you want to blog about) and you should write posts on what you love! But also remember to update your viewers frequently and have fun with it. Blogging is a joyride!

Lila: It's all about passion. Passion drives you and your blog. Passion gives you the desire to actually do this thing and it also attracts people to you. Also, it's okay to be spontaneous sometimes--I think the best ideas are born from spontaneity!

What are some backlist titles on your must read list this year?
Alaina: I have a bunch of classics and Shakespeare plays that I would love to get to. I would really like to give Pride and Prejudice [a read] and a reread of Wuthering Heights. And I have a gigantic copy of Les Misérables sitting on my shelf collecting dust so I hope to at least start that one! As for my Shakespeare plays, I currently own Macbeth, Othello and The Winter’s Tale and I would love to read all three of them this year!

*squawks* IT'S THE SCOTTISH PLAY. *whispers* Bookwyrming Thoughts better come out of this alive.

Lila:
me: *thinks about my backlist titles*
me: *melts into puddle of anxiety*
Let's see...There's The Winner's Kiss by Marie Rutkoski, Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo, Uprooted by Naomi Novik, Outlander by Diana Gabaldon...*continues listing books until dead*

Um... please don't die...

Sophia solemnly swears she is up to no good. Name three villains you would totally conspire mischief with and why.
Alaina: Well, definitely hands down Sebastian Morgenstern because he is so hot! I would also like to team up with Jane from the Twilight saga. Though she's not totally villainous, she is with the Volturri and has all of those fatal powers. I would probably also team up with Queen Levana because she has a look that can control a universe.

Lila: Ooooh! I love this question! Hmmm...I'd go with...Lord Voldemort, because he's the biggest and baddest of them all and I'd rather have him with me than against me, The Darkling because he is fine, obviously, and the villains of Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard (trying not to spoil the books here) because they are divinely devious! I think that's a good team--the mastermind (Voldy), the hot guy (The Darkling), and the psychopaths (the villains of Red Queen)!

You can find Alaina over at her blog, An Infinite Book World, and on Twitter (@alainabagan), Instagram (@alainabagan), and Goodreads.
You can find Lila over at The Bookkeeper's Secret, Twitter (@thebookkeeper5), Goodreads, and Tumblr.

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Friday, June 24, 2016

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Fangirl Friday: There's No Title Because It's a Big Week, Okay?!

Oh, hello.

It turns out that I've been failing at blogging lately....

Lupe is currently busy and I decided to go do my good deed of the day and kick her to the blogging bucket for the day. She's busy! I didn't do anything to her! Promise!

This week bodes plenty of news - but only because I've actually been active on Twitter when I'm not reading. I say active because I'm not actually "distracted." The Abyss Surrounds Us by Emily Skrutskie is pretty good. I mean, sea monsters. Also, Chinese is hilarious sometimes. Plus, I'm catching up with my ARCs from earlier this year.

Let's start with the bookish news.

Epic Reads announced the third and final title to Victoria Aveyard's Red Queen series, coming out next year (February 7)! It's called...

King's Cage.

Truth be told, I'm a little scared. I mean, I've only read the first one. I haven't read the second one... yet. Because a cage is bad... right? This can't bode well.

Jen from Pop! Goes the Reader revealed the cover to Becky Albertalli's newest book, The Upside of Unrequited. Stop on by, because there's also a giveaway. The funny thing is, the synopsis describes my life just a few months ago. I don't know if I want to laugh or not.

The sequel to Roshani Chokshi's The Star-Touched Queen had its cover reveal. EW reveals an excerpt from the first chapter of A Crown of Wishes, too. It's flippin' gorgeous.

The sequel to Heidi Helig's The Girl From Everywhere also had its cover reveal. No offense to Heidi, but it's not as pretty as the sequel to The Star-Touched Queen. But I won't deny that its simplicity stands pretty on it's own (also it matches).

And now to anything other than bookish news.

There's a new Fantastic Beasts poster. Sweet.
HBO released the trailer to their movie, Looking.

A new trailer for Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children got released. Truth be told, I haven't read the book. Also, it looks downright creepy for a book.

Ghostbusters theme song is by Fall Out Boy. It's been awhile since I've listened to Fall Out Boy.

Baby Dory. Enough said, really.

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Monday, June 20, 2016

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Review: Shade Me by Jennifer Brown (UM?!)

Shade Me (Nikki Kills #1)
Author:
Jennifer Brown
Links: Amazon
Publication Date: January 19th 2016
Publisher: Harper Collins
Reviewer: Ella

Nikki Kill does not see the world like everyone else. In her eyes, happiness is pink, sadness is a mixture of brown and green, and lies are gray.

Thanks to a phenomenon called synesthesia, Nikki’s senses overlap, in a way that both comforts and overwhelms her.

Always an outsider, just one D shy of flunking out, Nikki’s life is on the fast track to nowhere until the night a mysterious call lights her phone up bright orange—the color of emergencies.

It’s the local hospital. They need Nikki to identify a Jane Doe who is barely hanging on to life after a horrible attack.

The victim is Peyton Hollis, a popular girl from Nikki’s school who Nikki hardly knows. One thing is clear: Someone wants Peyton dead. But why? And why was Nikki’s cell the only number in Peyton’s phone?

As she tries to decipher the strange kaleidoscope of clues, Nikki finds herself thrust into the dark, glittering world of the ultrarich Hollis family and drawn towards Peyton’s handsome, ne’er-do-well older brother, Dru.

While Nikki’s colors seem to help her unravel the puzzle, what she can’t see is that she may be falling into a trap. The only truth she can be sure of is that death is a deep, pulsing crimson.

Review Copy provided by Harper Collins via Edelwiess for review - thanks!

This was such a rollarcoaster ride for me and to be honest...I still don't know what I really think about SHADE ME. It had a really interesting storyline buuuuuut the follow through was kind of terrible. Actually scrap kind of, it was terrible. And I was really disappointed. REALLY disappointed! I've never read a book about Synesthesia, let alone really heard about it so I was expecting to learn more about it. Which we kinda did...but everything else kinda took over and those things frustrated me and made me lose interest in the story.
 

The AMOUNT OF QUESTIONS I HAD WHEN I GOT TO THE LAST PAGE OMGGGGG. *grinds teeth* Literally, NONE of my questions were answered by the end of the book, and they were BIG questions, massive questions that I STILL desperately want answers too! And yes, I know this is going to be a series and maybe the answers I want will be in later books...but I felt my questions are regarding this book and the fact they wernt answered made me feel like I'd been promised something and then that something had been snatched out of my grasp at the very last second. -_- 

The romance...I literally don't even know how to spout my confusion at it! AGAIN, I have so many questions!! THAT WERNT ANSWERED!! If you've read Shade Me and are also feeling confused, TELL ME! I really need to dump my thoughts on someone because I am SO. CONFUSSSSSED.

BUT! It was addicting!
From 40% through to the end I could. not. tear myself. away! I was trying to read it every free moment I got and so maybe that's why I felt so let down by the ending.

Even though I wished the Synesthesia parts hadn't been so overshadowed by other boring parts, I still LOVED reading about it! It was so interesting as I've never really heard about it before so it was eyeopening as well as making the story more different and exciting. If I read the second book in the series, it will only be because I was such a fan of the Synesthesia aspect.
 

I suppose I enjoyed it somewhat. I mean it's taken me a few weeks of grinding my teeth and groaning every time I think of it, but I was addicted and and enjoying some parts a lot! (Just a lot of other parts were terrible.)

Basically I am confused, angry and unhappy...but also would quite like the second book LIKE NOW just so I could see if my questions were answered!! DOES ANYONE HAVE A TIME MACHINE?!




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Friday, June 17, 2016

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Fangirl Friday: Christina Grimmie and the Orlando Shooting

Hey everyone! I hope you all had a good week and I hope everything is going well especially with all the bad things that are going on in this world. It seems like hate is winning and taking over as time goes on but gosh darn.

Last week on Friday night, Christina Grimmie gave her last show and was shot at her meet and greet right after the show. She died that night because of that one messed up person. My God, I grew up watching her sing beautiful covers of my favorite music on Youtube and watched her strive for success on The Voice. I loved her singing and loved every song she put out there. She had a big BIG heart and it just breaks my heart that she is not here with us right now. She only put positive stuff out there in the world. Christina was SO YOUNG. She had her entire life still ahead of her. She was taken way too soon.

She did not deserve this.

First, Chrisitna Grimmie and now the shooting at the Pulse? What is going on in this world? That messed up dude killed so many innocent people! I am just angry, sad and confused onto why some people want to hurt others. I just wish these people didn't die this way. They had so much to live for. They all had dreams. They all had family they left behind. Their family and friends are hurting. We are all hurting.

I am afraid.

I am afraid this will just encourage other sick people out there to do the same thing. I am afraid more sick people will go out there and kill more people. I don't mind if you don't agree with me, but I think that they should just ban the second amendment or make stricter gun laws. Just SOMETHING. There is NO WAY you can spy, look out for and take care of every psychopath out there.


We lost so many people. I know we lose people everyday but I hope these things that happened to these people in Orlando and with Christina encourages everyone to speak up and start accepting one other; no matter the differences. We have to stay UNITED.

I know things are going to become weird now again because everyone will start to feel unsafe at every event they go to and asking themselves What IF? What if we die today because of some sick person if we go to this festival? What if today is our last day if we go to this concert? I would not blame any artist out there who stops doing meet and greets. AT ALL.

We have to change ourselves and help change others. It doesn't matter their sexuality, nationality, religion etc. We should accept everyone for who they are. Everyone is different. Everyone is entitled to their own opinion.

I just want you to go out there and make a change. Smile to others, give compliments, tell your friends and family that you love them etc. I know you have heard that so many times and it doesn't hurt to hear (in this case, read) it again.

I love you all, and please accept others for who they are. Remember: Everyone's life is worth more than gold.
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Friday, June 10, 2016

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Fangirl Friday: Exciting Movie News + Book Trailer


Well, another great week has passed and since I've been gone for a while, let me discuss about the one movie I'm mostly excited to see next year.

That's right, it is one of my favorite Disney movies, Beauty and The Beast.

Have you seen the teaser trailer? If not... What are you waiting for?!
Starring none other than Miss Emma Watson! I'm really happy about this and I'm sure this movie will be just as great like the original animation. OK, let's expect some changes but it wouldn't be that bad, would it? Positive vibes guys. No negativity should be spread here.

Anyone read Red Queen here? It's good isn't it? Don't judge me but I have yet to read it but I will. Soon.... (Please don't kill me).
Red Queen written by Victoria Aveyard, will be a movie guys! Let's celebrate and this will encourage me even more to read this book already!

Did you know that this movie will be directed by Elizabeth Banks? I KNOW! I'M JUST AS EXCITED AS YOU ARE!
I've never been so excited to hear these news because I love Elizabeth Banks and I'm sure she will do a great job bringing this story to life on the big screen. See the video down below released by epicreads!
YAY for an exciting new book trailer for In the Mind of Revenge by Liv Hadden! 
 Click here to watch the trailer! 


It's so visual and bloody and AWESOME! Let me quickly add this to my never ending pile of books I still need to read!

Do you have any other bookish news that you are excited about that I forgot to mention here, please let me know in the comments! Thank you!

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Tuesday, June 7, 2016

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Blog Tour: Withering Rose by Kaitlyn Davis - ARC Review

Withering Rose Kaitlyn Davis

Once Upon a Curse #2
Author:

Publication Date: May 17, 2016
Publisher: Self Published
Reviewer:

 **A USA Today Recommended Series!**

What if Beauty was cursed, and the Beast was the only one who could save her? Don't miss WITHERING ROSE, a dystopian romance from bestselling author Kaitlyn Davis that reimagines the classic fairy tale of Beauty & The Beast. This is the second book in Once Upon A Curse, a series of interconnected stand-alone novels all set in the same fantasy universe.


"As the heat finally disappeared, I felt the bloom blossom in the very core of my soul, a rose just like my name—a ticking clock hidden behind a façade of beauty. From that moment on, my life would become a countdown, and all I could do was wait and watch as the petals of time slowly started to fall."

Omorose Bouchene has a secret—magic. There's only one problem. At the age of seven, an earthquake struck, catapulting her into a new world. A land made of skyscrapers and cell phones. Fast cars and fluorescent lights. A land where magic isn't supposed to exist and anyone who wields it is the enemy.

But after ten years of hiding, she's desperate to find a place where she can be free. Because all magic comes with a curse, and her curse is time—every ounce of power she uses strips days off of her life. The clock is winding down, and the only option left is to escape to the realm ruled by a man known only as the Beast. But the king of monsters isn’t what he seems. And the more Omorose opens her heart, the more she comes to realize that the only person she may need to fear is herself. 
Advanced copy provided by the author for the blog tour

Once Upon a Curse is quickly becoming one of my favorite series of all time – and it's not just the fact that it's a retelling (although that is definitely a bonus). Back in book one, Gathering Frost, Davis first introduces us to her world of fairy tales with a dystopian twist – and I enjoyed every second of the first book.

In Withering Rose, the next book to her series, Davis brings us back to her world of fairy tales – this time with Beauty and the Beast, and I enjoyed every second of it. The world of Once Upon a Curse has been twisted enough that it is almost like another world all by itself – I don't even think that it's a retelling unless I really sit back and think. Kaitlyn Davis definitely meets up to expectations in this sequel, and I can't wait to see what she comes up with in the next installment.

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Author Bio

Bestselling author Kaitlyn Davis writes young adult fantasy novels under the name Kaitlyn Davis and contemporary romance novels under the name Kay Marie.

Always blessed with an overactive imagination, Kaitlyn has been writing ever since she picked up her first crayon and is overjoyed to share her work with the world. When she's not daydreaming, typing stories, or getting lost in fictional worlds, Kaitlyn can be found indulging in some puppy videos, watching a little too much television, or spending time with her family. If you have any questions for her--about her books, about scheduling an event, or just in general--you may contact her at: KaitlynDavisBooks@gmail.com

To stay up-to-date with all of Kaitlyn's new releases, sign up for her new release newsletter here: TinyLetter.com/KaitlynDavisBooks

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Friday, June 3, 2016

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Fangirl Friday: June Movie Releases

Well it's been such a long long time since I've been here isn't it? Let me tell you,  graduating High School is great and all but man did I put a lot of work and effort just to get that piece of paper. Am I right? or am I right?

Now that that's over, I am finally back and let's hope it stays that way right up until finals start in college but I'm sure you guys will understand my lack of appearance here and there. It's summer, and there's tons of movies that I'm excited about and I'll discuss the June Movie releases this time and will discuss in a later post about the July movie releases and so on.

The Conjuring 2
Rated: R
Genre: Horror
Release date: June 10, 2016
Summary: Lorraine and Ed Warren travel to north London to help a single mother raising four children alone in a house plagued by malicious spirits.

My thoughts: I can totally watch horror movies if I watch them with someone else. The movie trailer is BOMB! I have to say this might be the movie that will creep me out for sure. The trailer itself is scary looking and I have high hopes for this movie. This BETTER BE the best horror movie of the year.

Now You See Me 2
Rated: PG-13
Genre: Action, comedy thriller
Release date: June 10, 2016
Summary: The Four Horsemen resurface and are forcibly recruited by a tech genius to pull off their most impossible heist yet.

My Thoughts: Am I the only one that's just excited to see Morgan Freeman and Daniel Radcliffe? No? Then who are you excited to see in action in this movie? I truly enjoyed the first movie and the sequel better do the first one justice.

Finding Dory
Rated: PG
Genre: Animation, Adventure, Comedy
Release Date: June 17, 2016
Summary: The friendly-but-forgetful blue tang fish reunites with her loved ones, and everyone learns a few things about the real meaning of family along the way.

My Thoughts: Thought I wouldn't mention this didn't you? Well I am mentioning this and be glad that I watched it today because my god, I was missing out! Finding Nemo was such a cute movie and I'm gonna be among the other old peeps waiting in line to see this gem.

Central Intelligence
Rated: PG-13
Genre: Comedy, Crime
Release Date: June 17, 2016
Summary: After he reunites with an old pal through Facebook, a mild-mannered accountant is lured into the world of international espionage.

My Thoughts: Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart. Those two are the only reason why I want to go see this movie as well because I love a good laugh. Who would miss a chance to see these two on screen? I wouldn't. 


There are other great movies out there coming out this month but these four have intrigued me the most. Tell me what movies you are excited to see in the month of June down in the comments below!


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