In theaters this weekend (May 3):
Iron Man 3I saw this today. It was really good. I might do a more in depth review later. For now, you'll just have to be happy with my statement that I thought it was the best of the three.
The Great GatsbyNever read the book. Never saw the older films. But it looks good.
Star Trek: Into DarknessThe last one was just about awesome. The follow-up looks just as good.
The Hangover Part IIIOkay, the second one wasn't great. Actually, it was real disappointing. But you can't see the first two parts of a trilogy and not stick around for the final act.
After EarthM. Night Shyamalan's more recent stuff has been kind of disappointing. But I like some sci-fi. This looks decent.
Now You See MeThis one I don't know a whole lot about, but the trailer has me intrigued enough to want to take a look.
The InternshipGood to see Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn working together again. Wedding Crashers is a classic, maybe this will recreate that same kind of magic.
Much Ado About NothingWilliam Shakespeare meets Joss Whedon? Yes, please.
Man of SteelDoes the word "duh" mean anything to you?
Monsters UniversityLike most of what Pixar has to offer, I loved Monsters, Inc. Why wouldn't I give this one a shot?
World War ZA zombie movie where the zombies move like rabid wolves rather than shambling corpses that are falling apart? Should be a little more exciting than the average zombie movie. Honestly, it wouldn't take a lot to be more exciting than the majority of the last couple seasons of The Walking Dead.
Despicable Me 2If you saw the first one, you'll understand why this is a must see: the minions.
Red 2If you saw the first one, you'll understand why this is a must see: actually, I don't have a good one for this. I just thought the first one was really clever.
The WolverineCome on, it's Wolverine.
Percy Jackson: Sea of MonstersBeing a fan of the Percy Jackson book series, I was enormously disappointed with the first film adaptation. But this trailer looks a little better than The Lightning Thief. Here's hopin'.
The Mortal Instruments: City of BonesThis book series is on my list of things to read, assuming I can ever find time to get around to them. The movie looks pretty good.