must-see summer movies1. 'Avengers: Age of Ultron'
Like almost everyone, I was a huge fan of the first Avengers movie. I've been talking about "Age of Ultron" for months now and it's finally here! This movie follows the plot of a peacekeeping program gone wrong, and how the famous team of superheroes tries to save the world from chaos. Superheroes, action scenes, and the beautiful Chris Evans. What else do you want in a movie?

2. 'Pitch Perfect 2'
Comedy, girl power, and a cappella music: three of my favorite things. In this sequel, the Barden Bellas enter an international singing competition, which has never been won by an American group before. If it is anything like the first film, "Pitch Perfect 2" is sure to be an instant hit. With it's catchy songs (I totally listened to the first soundtrack on repeat for weeks), incredible cast (Anna Kendrick, Rebel Wilson, Brittany Snow), and witty humor, you won't want to miss this aca-amazing movie.

3. 'Tomorrowland'
This new mystery action Disney movie follows the story of two people who are on a "mission to unearth the secrets of an enigmatic place somewhere in time and space" called "Tomorrowland." The trailer looks awesome, and it stars Britt Robertson and the always-charming George Clooney. It kind of seems like a cross between "Spy Kids" and "Meet the Robinsons," both of which rock. I predict that after this movie comes out, kids everywhere will have the little Tomorrowland pin on their backpacks. (Me included).

4. 'Poltergeist'
Honestly, I am not a huge horror movie person. I watched the original "Poltergeist" and I didn't find it all that scary. However, even the commercial for the remake is terrifying. Moving toy clowns are enough to give me nightmares for a few days, and this movie has that and more. I don't know if this movie will stand up to the original, but I'm definitely going to watch it, even if it's from between my fingers while covering my eyes.

5. 'Jurassic World'
I am one of the few people who has never seen "Jurassic Park." I know, it's crazy. Even so, the new "Jurassic World" looks completely incredible. I love action movies. I love Chris Pratt. I will definitely love "Jurassic World."

6. 'Me and Earl and the Dying Girl'
Please everyone go watch the trailer for this movie if you haven't seen it already. It follows the story of a boy in high school who befriends a girl who was diagnosed with cancer. I guess cancer is a popular topic for movies since "The Fault In Our Stars." In my opinion, this movie seems incredible and I cannot wait to watch it.

7. 'Inside Out'
Yes, this is a kids movie. Yes, you should definitely still watch it. Basically, this movie shows the point of view of the emotions (Joy, Fear, Anger, Disgust, Madness) and how they guide our actions. Plus, the cast stars Bill Hader, Amy Poehler, and Mindy Kaling, who are all comedy gods. So basically, watch "Inside Out."

8. 'Dope'
Another awesome movie with another awesome trailer. This film is about a group of geeky high school students living in a tough neighborhood in Inglewood, CA, who get caught up with some not so great people. The movie also has a very strong nostalgic/hipster aesthetic, which I am a complete sucker for.

9. 'Trainwreck'
Combining Amy Schumer and Bill Hader in one movie is sure to make "Trainwreck" comedy gold. Schumer plays a career-focused woman who is terrified of commitment. Her ideas about relationships are changed, though, when she meets Hader's character. Also LeBron James is randomly in it so that's cool.

10. 'Paper Towns'
John Green is at it again. After the extremely popular book-to-film adaptation of his novel "The Fault In Our Stars", a new movie for his book "Paper Towns" will be out later this summer. Don't worry, though, nobody is dying of cancer in this one. Instead, a high school boy and his friends go on a road trip to find his missing girl-next-door. Starring Nat Wolff and Cara Delevigne, this movie is sure to be a huge summer hit.

Abigail Drueke is a first year telecommunications major at the University of Florida and a contributor to Moviefone's Campus Beat. Are you a current college student with a love for all things movies and TV? Contribute to Campus Beat!