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Today marks the beginning of a very busy blockbuster season for movies. Every studio with a big release is going to get it into theaters between now and the end of August. In fact, between today and August 31st, 176 movies have been scheduled for release in theaters!
The problem for moviegoers is sifting through almost 200 movies for the ones that are really going to make a splash, since many of those 176 movies are small, independent releases that, while probably of interest to some, aren't the types of movies most people will make plans to see.
We've taken our first step to pulling out those movies with mass appeal and maybe a movie here and there that may not be a big release but sounds interesting to us nonetheless. You will find a new feature on the "Coming Soon" page in the Now Showing section titled "Notable Upcoming Movies."
This feature will highlight the next five upcoming movies that we think our readers should notice. Most of them are easy picks, as they are major releases and they are getting a huge amount of advertising right now.
However, as you see in the list today (snapshot is shown above), the movie Management is listed there as well. After reading the plot summary and watching the trailer, we think it will be a movie worth seeing this summer. It certainly doesn't hurt that Jennifer Aniston and Steve Zahn are in it -- Zahn is one of my favorite comedic actors!
As time goes on, we'll find more ways to highlight these movies, so stay tuned for these and other developments as we continue to improve The BigScreen Cinema Guide!
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