The summer movie season begins in May, and dozens of exciting films are about to hit the cinemas. Hollywood filmmakers claim that movies with unique stories will be released both in 2017 and 2018. We should forget everything about “Deadpool,” and “Beauty and the Beast,” and look forward to reboots of “Power Rangers,” and “CHiPs.” Here is an exciting list of most anticipated crime dramas coming to a theater near you in 2017 and 2018.

‘The Ottoman Lieutenant’

In the recent trailer of “The Ottoman Lieutenant,” Michiel Huisman looks angry.

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Director Joseph Ruben confirms that the story is about a couple. He says that "The Ottoman Lieutenant" is not a sequel to “Pearl Harbor.” The film is about a working woman who leaves the United States to marry Jude (Hartnett).

The movie will be released in May 2017. It features Michiel Huisman, Hera Hilmar, Josh Hartnett, and Ben Kingsley.

‘CHiPs’

CHiPs” is one of the most anticipated movies. Warner Bros. has confirmed that the movie has a unique story, and the second trailer will be out this Sunday. The first trailer shows several motorcyclists laughing and enjoying together. Dax Shepard directed “CHiPs,” and Warner Bros. confirmed that Dax plays an important role in the movie. Rosa Salazar, Adam Brody, Jessica McNamee, and Vida Guerra play the supporting characters.

‘The Death of Louis XIV’

It is one of the most anticipated films. Director Albert Serra says that it will break the records of previous blockbusters. Upon returning from a hunting expedition, King Louis Xiv feels a sharp pain in his leg. He is surrounded by loyal followers in the royal chamber.

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The Death of Louis XIV” was screened out of competition at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival. The movie will be released in December 2017. It made its North American debut at the 2016 Toronto International Film Festival and its U.S. premiere at the 54th New York Film Festival. The film has dozens of attractive visuals. Serra is already famous for movie adaptations of "Rohmer" and "Oliveira."