Now that June has arrived, we have three summer megablockbusters hitting cinemas.
But if you're not into blockbusters, fear not - there are many more great films for you to see as well...
Wonder Woman - 2nd June
Amazon Princess Diana joins Batman and Superman as part of DC's expanded universe with her own origins movie as to how the immortal daughter of Zeus became the lasso-wielding Wonder Woman.
With Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman, joined by Chris Pine as the love interest, the feedback from screenings has been glowing, confirming that this could easily be DC's best film yet.
The Mummy - 9th June
Rebooting the horror series from the 1930s and '40s, plus the much-loved Brendan Fraser series from the 2000s, Tom Cruise plays the chiselled-jaw hero fighting off the destructive Ancient Egyptian goddess.
With Kingsman's Sofia Boutella as The Mummy, plus Russell Crowe plays Dr Henry Jekyll, as this film launches the Dark Universe cinematic universe, which will eventually see screen outings for Wolfman, The Invisible Man and The Bride of Frankenstein.
With special effects by the bucketload, expect Tom Cruise at his sprinting, action-packed best and possibly good enough to beat Brendan Fraser.
Transformers: The Last Knight - 22nd June
The phenomenally successful Transformers series returns for its fifth entry in the Michael Bay-directed franchise.
With Optimus Prime gone, a war between the human race and the Transformers has begun, and Mark Wahlberg's character, with help of English historians, must trace the history of the Autobots to save human (and robot)kind.
Fans know they're going to get a fast-paced, explosion-filled, non-stop action thrill ride, and with each of the films grossing hundreds of millions of dollars worldwide, Michael Bay must be doing something right.
Baby Driver - 28th June
Possibly one of the most anticipated films of 2017, as Edgar Wright returns to directing for the first time since The World's End in 2013.
Wright has assembled an all-star cast, including Kevin Spacey, Jon Hamm and Jamie Foxx, as Ansel Elgort plays main character Baby, a young getaway driver that is the best in the business.
With the directorial prowess of Edgar Wright, Baby Driver has already gone down as a classic, and that's before it has even been released.
The House - 30th June
The incredibly funny pairing of Will Ferrell and Amy Poehler team up to play a married couple who spend their daughter's college fund, and in order to recoup the cash, start a casino in their basement.
With the undeniable comedy excellence in the leading pair, ably supported by Brooklyn Nine-Nine's Jason Mantzoukas, this could well be shaping up to be the funniest film of the year.
Also out in June
My Cousin Rachel - 9th June
Rachel Weisz stars as a mysterious and captivating woman, who becomes the subject of attraction from her cousin. Click here to watch the trailer
Churchill - 16th June
In the first Winston Churchill-focused film of 2017, Brian Cox plays the great PM in a ticking-clock thriller following Churchill in the days leading up to D-Day. Click here to watch the trailer
Gifted - 16th June
Chris Evans stars in the drama as a single man raising his intellectually gifted niece, who is drawn into a custody battle with the seven year old's grandmother. Click here to watch the trailer
All Eyez on Me - 30th June
After the success of 2015's Straight Outta Compton, the focus this time is on Tupac Shakur and his rise from Harlem to superstardom, and his untimely murder in 1996. Click here to watch the trailer
Despicable Me 3 - 30th June
Gru has to stop former '80s child star Balthazar Bratt from achieving world domination, plus he discovers his previously unknown twin brother Dru. Click here to watch the trailer