This week, Stephen and Zach discuss the films they are most looking forward to this summer.

Zach on Film subreddit:

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1 Comment

  1. Regarding the discussion on the profitability of Pixar sequels, I recall reading various articles that talked about the merchandising of Cars being a driving force in the creation of sequels. I don’t know that Finding Dory has the same marketability, but for Cars I think it was a large factor, and many stores STILL have dedicated sections for Cars toys five years later!

    My Top 3 for the summer is probably:

    1) Captain America: Civil War
    2) Suicide Squad
    3) Jason Bourne

    The fall seems like it has just as much to look forward to as summer, with Dr. Strange, Star Wars, Moana, Assassin’s Creed, Fantastic Beasts, and even a Jack Reacher sequel!

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