The British summer is unpredictable and rain is always a possibility. So with this in mind, a trip to the cinema might seem appealing.
Well luckily enough for you it's the start of the summer movie season and there are plenty for films fans to look forward to.
Huge family flicks like Pixar’s Cars 3 and The Emoji Movie will keep little ones entertained in the six-week holidays, whilst Dunkirk, Spider-Man: Homecoming and War for the Planet of the Apes will have you at the edge of your seat.
Here’s a look at the best blockbusters around, according to The Mirror.
Young Brit Tom Holland reboots the teenage superhero with zeal and humour.
This time Spider-Man teams up with Robert Downey Jr’s Iron Man and Batman star Michael Keaton is super-villain, the Vulture. It’s all a blast of fun.
Why we’re excited: After five Spidey films since 2002, we finally get to see our favourite webslinger join the Marvel cinematic universe with his own movie.
See it if you liked: Captain America: Civil War. Iron Man 1, 2 & 3. Any of the previous Spider-Man movies.
Release date: Out now
The Emoji Movie
We’ve had movies based on board games, video games and apps, so why not make a film about emojis?
This animated adventure comedy sees Gene, a multi-expressional emoji, set out to become a normal emoji like his parents.
The voice cast includes James Corden, Anna Faris, Christina Aguilera and Sofia Vergara.
Star Trek star and thespian Sir Patrick Stewart is a poo emoji.
Why we’re excited: #Cinema. #Cartoon. #Loveheart. See it if you liked: Pixels.
Release date: 4 August
In the long-awaited Dunkirk, Christopher Nolan tackles one of the most emotional stories of the Second World War.
The Dark Knight director assembled a crack unit of big names like Tom Hardy and Kenneth Branagh, plus raw recruit Harry Styles in his first acting role. It is filmed in IMAX and tells the story in three parts – from air, land and sea.
Why we’re excited: For under-25s, Harry. Otherwise, it is set to be one of the year’s biggest movies. See it if you liked: Saving Private Ryan, Atonement.
Release date: 21 July
Get yourself all revved up to race around the track with your favourite animated automobiles as the franchise returns in style after the last episode stalled.
Owen Wilson is back to voice Lightning McQueen, the racing car who’s no longer the fastest car in the West and faces being put out to pasture.
His challenger for the Piston Cup is Jackson Storm, a young, cocky racer who exploits new technology.
Why we’re excited: It’s fast and furious cartoon thrills for your little ones. See it if you liked: Cars, Zootropolis.
Release date: 14 July
War for the Planet of the Apes
This five-star conclusion to the trilogy is a meaty beast of an action movie, full of great performances and special effects.
The talking apes are being hunted to extinction and Andy Serkis provides the emotional heart of this film with another masterful performance as the head chimp Caesar.
With unmistakable references to Vietnam epic Apocalypse Now, this is the summer film to put hairs on your chest.
Why we’re excited: The last Apes was brilliant, this goes one better. See it if you liked: Dawn of the Planet of the Apes.
Release date: 14 July
Steven Soderbergh said he was finished with cinema but the director of the Ocean’s Eleven series could not resist returning for one last job with this comedy heist thriller.
Siblings stage a daring robbery during a speedway race on a holiday weekend. But will their luck hold out?
The all-star cast features Channing Tatum, Daniel Craig, Riley Keough, Seth MacFarlane, Katie Holmes and Hilary Swank.
Why we’re excited: Soderbergh is back. See it if you liked: Ocean’s Eleven and Twelve, or Out of Sight.
Release date: TBC
Charlize Theron proved her kick-ass credentials in Mad Max: Fury Road and Fast and Furious 8, and now she’s back in this ferocious Cold War thriller.
Based on the graphic novel, The Coldest City, it sees Theron play Lorraine Broughton, an MI6 spy in Berlin.
It also stars James McAvoy, John Goodman and Sofia Boutella, and is directed by David Leitch, the guy who brought you the brilliant John Wick.
Why we’re excited: It’s about time we had another female action movie. See it if you liked: Jason Bourne, Salt.
Release date: 11 August
Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets
The script of this £140m sci-fi spectacular is firmly under wraps. But as it’s directed by French maverick Luc Besson, I expect an onslaught of eye-popping visuals and action.
The Fifth Element director has cast Cara Delevingne as a space-and-time-travelling special operative who keeps order throughout the galaxy.
It co-stars Dane DeHaan, Clive Owen and Cara’s superstar pal Rihanna. I can’t wait.
Why we’re excited: With everyone being so super secretive, they must be hiding something great, right?
See it if you liked: Guardians of the Galaxy 2
Release date: 2 August
The Dark Tower
Fans of horror writer Stephen King have clamoured since 2004 for a big screen adaptation of his epic, eight-book sci-fi series.
It’s an action western fantasy which sees a young boy team up with a gunslinger, played by Idris Elba, who is on a quest to protect the Dark Tower – a mythical structure which supports all realities.
He is pursued by a vicious sorcerer known as the Man in Black. Played by Matthew McConaughey, he is Elba’s mortal foe. The film combines elements of several of the books.
Why we’re excited: King’s a top storyteller. See it if you liked: Game of Thrones.
Release date: 18 August
Terminator 2: Judgement Day (3D)
It’s 26 years since this James Cameron epic transformed cinema when its special effects blasted away all competition.
Now, true to his word, Arnie is back. And this time he’s in 3D.
The original movie has been remastered and will now come crashing out of the screen.
Long hailed the best of the Terminator movies, T2 follows Arnie’s T-800 as he returns to protect John Connor from the more advanced liquid-metal T-1000, played by the terrifying Robert Patrick.
Why we’re excited: Seeing the T-1000’s shapeshifting metal arm blades coming out of the screen.
See it if you liked: T2 in 2D.
Release date: TBC