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    From dinosaurs to machines

    There is no better way to beat the summer heat than spending your time in a place that requires a sweatshirt at all times: the movie theater. Here is an agenda that is guaranteed to keep you cool.

    May

    Friday, May 15: “”Angels and Demons”” (Tom Hanks and Ayelet Zurer)

    Although “”Angels and Demons”” was written before “”The Da Vinci Code,”” this adaption is made to be its sequel. Tom Hanks stars as Robert Langdon, a scholar whose knowledge clues him into a conspiracy involving the Catholic Church.

    Friday, May 22: “”Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian”” (Ben Stiller and Amy Adams)

    As the watchman, Ben Stiller pulls another all-nighter with dead people from the exhibits at the Smithsonian and has an epic time.

    Friday, May 22: “”Terminator

    Salvation”” (Christian Bale and Sam Worthington)

    In the fourth installment of the Terminator series, John Connor (Christian Bale) attempts to save the world from robots by amassing a human army. You know it’s going to be good if it spawned Christian Bale’s now-infamous audio clip.

    June

    Friday, June 5: “”The Hangover”” (Bradley Cooper and Ed Helms)

    You know you’ve partied a little too hard at a bachelor party when you wake up the next morning with a tiger in the bathroom and a six-month-old baby in the closet of your Las Vegas hotel room. If that isn’t crazy enough, the groom, engaged to walk down the aisle in L.A., is missing.

    Friday, June 5: “”Land of the Lost”” (Will Ferrell and Danny McBride)

    Has-been scientist Dr. Rick Marshall (Will Ferrell) finds an alternate universe crawling with unbelievable creatures. From dinosaurs to monkey people, Marshall and his crew are in for an adventure that is out of this world.

    Friday, June 19: “”The Proposal”” (Ryan Reynolds and Sandra Bullock)

    Wednesday, June 24: “”Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen”” (Shia LaBeouf and Megan Fox)

    Partly filmed at the Tucson International Airport, robot cars go at it again when Megatron’s dead body is stolen from the military. Did anyone see Shia LaBeouf and Megan Fox at Frog & Firkin?

    Friday, June 26: “”My Sister’s Keeper”” (Cameron Diaz and Alec Baldwin)

    Friday, June 26: “”Fireflies in the Garden”” (Julia Roberts and Ryan Reynolds)

    Friday, June 26: “”Surveillance”” (Bill Pullman and Julia Ormond)

    July

    Friday, July 1: “”Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs”” (Ray Ramano and John Leguizamo)

    Friday, July 1: “”Public Enemies”” (Johnny Depp and Christian Bale)

    Friday, July 10: “”Bruno”” (Sacha Baron Cohen)

    After a likely-painful full-body waxing session and a trip to the hair stylist, Sacha Baron Cohen transforms from Borat to Bruno, a gay fashionmonger who claims to be the “”voice of Austrian youth TV.”” He makes a joke out of the fashion industry by catching unsuspecting fashion icons off guard during interviews.

    Friday, July 10: “”I Love You, Beth Cooper”” (Hayden Panettiere and Paul Rust)

    Wednesday, July 15: “”Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince”” (Daniel Radcliffe)

    The Harry Potter series is getting darker as Hogwarts gets more dangerous by the day. While other students worry about things like love and romance, Professor Dumbledore tries to prepare Harry Potter for an imminent battle with Lord Voldemort.

    Friday, July 24: “”All Good Things”” (Ryan Gosling and Kirsten Dunst)

    Friday, July 24: “”G-Force”” (Nicolas Cage and Sam Rockwell)

    Friday, July 24: “”The Ugly Truth”” (Katherine Heigl and Gerard Butler)

    Friday, July 24: “”The Answer Man”” (Jeff Daniels and Lauren Graham)

    Friday, July 31: “”Funny People”” (Adam Sandler and Seth Rogen)

    Friday, July 31: “”Aliens in the Attic”” (Carter Jenkins and Ashley

    Tisdale)

    August

    Friday, Aug. 7: “”GI Joe: Rise of the Cobra”” (Dennis Quaid and Channing Tatum)

    Friday, Aug. 7: “”Julie and Julia”” (Meryl Streep and Amy Adams)

    Two true stories are meshed into one. The lives of two women, Julia Child (Meryl Streep) and Julie Powell (Amy Adams), who live in separate times and places, both go through rough times and come to realize that anything can be accomplished if you are dedicated and passionate.

    Friday, Aug. 7: “”Shorts”” (Jon Cryer and William H. Macy)

    Friday, Aug. 7: “”Cold Souls”” (Paul Giamatti and David Strathairn)

    Friday, Aug. 14: “”The Time

    Traveler’s Wife”” (Eric Bana and Rachel McAdams)

    It’s kind of hard to have a stable relationship with the love of your life when you suffer from a genetic disorder that causes you to spontaneously vanish into the past.

    Friday, August 14: “”The Goods: Live Hard, Sell Hard”” (Jeremy Piven and Ving Rhames)

    Friday, August 21: “”Post Grad”” (Alexis Bledel and Zach Gilford)

    Friday, August 21: “”Inglourious Basterds”” (Brad Pitt and Eli Roth)

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