'Snowpiercer' (June 27)
This is the closest thing this list has to a typical Hollywood summer extravaganza, though there's nothing typical about South Korean director Bong Joon-ho's batshit adaptation of Jacques Lob, Benjamin Legrand and Jean-Marc Rochette's dystopic 1982 sci-fi graphic novel Le Transperceneige. It's the future, the world has frozen over, and a perpetually moving supertrain called "Snowpiercer" is humanity's only chance of survival. Except this speeding sanctuary is divided by class — a fact that the front of the train's upper crust wants to protect by any means necessary, and a lower-class rebellion (led by Captain America himself, Chris Evans) is hellbent on changing. You want violent free-for-alls involving axes and torches, pregnant women wielding sub-machine guns and Tilda Swinton speaking in an exaggerated Margaret Thatcher accent? All aboard.