This summer is filled with explosive action-flicks that define the term "blockbuster," but there are also a few worthwhile comedies thrown in the mix. For the run-down on what to see this summer, check out our summer blockbuster playlist, in order of their release.
"New York, 1922," is where our summer begins. For the 1% of you who didn't read The Great Gatsby in high school, director Baz Luhrmann has creatively brought to life F. Scott Fitzgerald's timeless story of lust, luxury, deceit, and murder. With the 20s clothing, classic hairstyles, and hot jazz, Luhrmann takes us back to a time when Jay Gatsby (Leonardo DiCaprio), a stubborn man with a dream, ruled the social scene. See it in 3D and you'll feel like you're one of the guests at Gatsby's lavish parties, peeking in on the scandals that unfold within Luhrmann's glittering, Technicolor world.