11 Summer Movies Perfect For BFF Nights Out, From 'Paper Towns' To 'Pitch Perfect 2'

Good news, movie fans: this summer is filled with plenty of films for you to see, no matter what genre you typically love. There are dramas (Slow West), comedies (Trainwreck), mysteries (Tomorrowland), musicals (Pitch Perfect 2) and everything in-between, and it's hard to imagine any viewer being unsatisfied with the calendar ahead.

So, naturally, you'll want to see all of them, and if you plan your days right, you just might be able to make it happen. The real question is: who do you bring? Many of this summer's movies practically beg for you to see them with friends, but as any fan knows, not every film is best watched by the same audience. Here's how you should decide which friends to bring to 11 upcoming movies.

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'Trainwreck'

See It With: Your very best friend.

Why You’ll All Love It: If you’re a 20-something female, chances are you’ll relate to the movie in some way or another — and that when you do, you’ll want the person who’s seen you through all of it by your side.

When To See It: July 17.

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'Entourage'

See It With: Your guy friends/anyone you owe a favor to.

Why You’ll All Love It: If you liked the TV show, you’ll probably love the movie. And if not? Enjoy staring at Adrien Grenier for two hours, plus cameos by everyone from Jessica Alba to Tom Brady.

When To See It: June 5.

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'Magic Mike XXL'

See It With: Literally every straight female/gay male you know.

Why You’ll All Love It: Naked Channing Tatum, naked Matt Bomer, naked Joe Manganiello… do I need to go on?

When To See It: July 1.

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'Pitch Perfect 2'

See It With: Your closest female friends.

Why You’ll All Love It: Like the first movie, it’s all about friendship and female bonding. Plus: when the music get stuck in your head for the rest of the month, you’ll have plenty of people to sing along with who won’t get annoyed.

When To See It: May 15.

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'Paper Towns'

See It With: Your high school pals.

Why You’ll All Love It: Watching a group of teens road trip across the country without their parents’ permission, swapping stories and having a blast, will bring on the nostalgia hardcore.

When To See It: July 24.

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'Avengers: Age of Ultron'

See It With: Everyone you know.

Why You’ll All Love It: It’s the Avengers ! The only movie where comic geeks, Chris Hemsworth obsessives, and people who have no idea what they’re watching but think it looks really cool can come together to enjoy.

When To See It: May 1.

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'Tomorrowland'

See It With: Your friends you used to watch Lost with.

Why You’ll All Love It: It’s written by the guy who made Lost, and looks every bit as crazy and intriguing. There was even a mystery box!

When To See It: May 22.

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'Insidious: Chapter 3'

See It With: Your friends who won’t care if you pee your pants.

Why You’ll All Love It: It looks just as creepy and terrifying as the first two films in the franchise.

When To See It: June 5.

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'Jurassic World'

See It With: Anyone — horror lovers, Parks & Rec fans, sci-fi fanatics — who’s not still scarred by the original movies.

Why You’ll All Love It: With an action-packed plot, a movie star lead, and some ’70s throwbacks, there’s something for everyone.

When To See It: June 12.

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'Me and Earl and the Dying Girl'

See It With: Your fellow cinephiles.

Why You’ll All Love It: It was a Sundance hit, deals with movie making, and has been compared in tone to Little Miss Sunshine and The Spectacular Now. Movie fans, start lining up.

When To See It: June 12.

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'Ricki and the Flash'

See It With: Your fellow feminists.

Why You’ll All Love It: It’s a female-written, female-driven film about fame, aging, and bashing stereotypes. What’s not to love?

When To See It: August 7.

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