Summer Movie season is finally upon us. There are some major franchises coming back to the screen in June, including "Transformers." By and large, however, a good chunk of the big releases this month are geared towards a younger audience. Finding gems amid the rest of the choices could be a bit challenging, but have no fear -- these are the four best Movies coming to theaters in June.

4. 'Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie'

As a prized literary treasure to adults of a certain age, there's almost no doubt that this film will ruin a franchise for a number of people. Nevertheless, it was worthwhile for the producers to shoot it.

A stacked voice cast led by Kevin Hart, Ed Helms, Nick Kroll, and Thomas Middleditch should give the PG film some hope of not ruining millions of childhoods. "Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie" comes to theaters on June 2.

3. 'Megan Leavey'

This film isn't gaining as much press as other true life story war movies -- it would be remiss to point out that part of the reason could be because war films are rarely centered on women, as this one is. Nevertheless, "Megan Leavey" is about a real hero who worked together with a member of the K9 unit to save many lives in Iraq. Starring the ineffable Kate Mara, this movie will be released on June 9.

2. 'Despicable Me 3'

Nobody of any age should be ashamed about wanting to see this movie -- the "Despicable Me" films are hilarious, time and again.

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The evil Gru has a twin in this installment, so Steve Carell ("The Office") is really going to have to step up his acting chops to make the film believable. But in all seriousness, this franchise has yet to put out a real flop, and adding animation legend Trey Parker ("South Park") to the proceedings won't hurt. "Despicable Me 3" comes out on June 30.

1. 'Wonder Woman'

When trying to bring back this iconic hero, there was some backlash over casting Gal Gadot. Was this just going to be another instance of sexuality taking precedent over acting, this time on the world's biggest stage with a feminism icon? The 94% approval rating for the movie on Rotten Tomatoes so far should dismiss that fear, with many praising Gadot's performance. Patty Jenkins ("Monster") is the first woman to direct a female superhero blockbuster -- long live the female superhero. "Wonder Woman" arrives in theaters on June 2 before the character of Wonder Woman latches on to the forthcoming "Justice League" film.