This promises to be a summer of fun at the Movies. There are sequels galore. Action adventures will keep us on the edge of our seats. We'll be laughing with - and at - some potentially classic comedies. Seriously, there are plenty of films for us to see.

First, we have to enjoy June. Many of the aforementioned categories will roar with us into summer. In fact, three of the four movies to crack this list come from established franchises. Some that didn't make it include the sequel to "Sicario" and the "Uncle Drew" movie, based on the popular commercial.

Here are the four best movies premiering this month.

4. 'Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom'

Supposedly, the park is gone (even though our feckless heroes go back there anyway). But the world is full of dangerous dinosaurs causing horrific scares. Chris Pratt returns for his first major role since "Infinity War." Meanwhile, the trailer suggests Jeff Goldblum and his character will be trumping for the end of existence. This movie has it all! [June 22]

3. 'Tag'

This comedy might end up being absurdly stupid. Yet the premise of the movie feels refreshingly original for the genre. Yes, it will still reflect the tropes of all buddy-buddy films. Basically, it's just a group of grown men who can't stop playing a decades-long game of tag - the running rite of passage we all tire of at a young age.

With stars such as Ed Helms, Rashida Jones, Hannibal Buress, Jon Hamm - that's quite the cast. [June 15]

2. 'Ocean's 8'

One of the more well-known reboots of recent years focused around a female cast met polarizing reviews. "Ocean's 8" should be radically different from "Ghostbusters," though. The cast of this film is much better rounded.

Sandra Bullock and Anne Hathaway provide instant credibility to the movie. Otherwise, this should be a fun heist film, where the somewhat poor steal from the very rich (think Met Gala). Hopefully it pays homage to past iterations in a smart way. [June 8]

1. 'The Incredibles 2'

Movie fans of a certain age have been waiting a lifetime for this movie.

"The Incredibles" remains one of the greatest animated films of the century. We've needed to see what's going on with Dash and Jack-Jack and everyone else for years. Still, some trepidation is necessary. After all, the trailer makes the movie seem like a carbon copy of the original, right down to Frozone feuding with his wife. We've seen in the past what happens when sequels/reboots emulate the original too closely. [June 15]