A Bourne, a Cloon and a pirate, oh my...with the Memorial Day holiday this weekend, we're entering the prime summer movie season and it's time to get psyched. Psyched! Here's just some Hollywood flicks we're awaiting between now and Labor Day. With all of these things to see, it's probably time to spring for the econo tub of popcorn and a bucket of soda to get through it all.

The summer gets underway as Johnny Depp, Kiera Knightley and Orlando Bloom return to their swashbuckling stunts in Pirates of the Caribbean: End of the World (5/24). So far the critics are saying that it's much of the same: crazy, over-the-top action for nearly three hours.

Just in case you didn't know, Judd Apatow is a comic genius. His newest, starring Seth Rogen and Katherine Heigl, Knocked Up (6/1) is utterly side splitting and touching (look for a fuller review to come next week). Is Steven Soderbergh's caper premise and laundry list of A List super stars totally played? Only time will tell as Ocean's Thirteen (6/8) rolls into town. The singer Edith Piaf was the voice of her generation in France and this biopic about her life La Vie En Rose (6/8) is sad without being overly sentimental. Steve Carell further cements his status as funnyman of the small and large screens in Evan Almighty (6/22). Angelina Jolie puts on a very curly wig to play slain journalist Daniel Pearl's widow, Mariane in A Mighty Heart (6/22). Micheal Moore is back and this time he's taking on the insurance companies in Sicko (6/29). The animation team behind The Incredibles swims across the pond to tell the story of a culinary-inclined rat from Paris in Ratatouille (6/29).

They're more than meets the eye, need we say more to get you excited for the movie version of the popular cartoon, Transformers (7/4)? Indulge in your John Krasinksi Is My True Love fantasies as he tries to marry Mandy Moore despite Robin Williams meddling in License to Wed (7/4). The boy wizard and his rag tag bunch of misfits are back for some more magic in Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (7/13). You know it was only a matter of time before freaky John Travolta figured out a way to dress up in drag. Now he does it to a musical soundtrack in the movie version of the musical based on the John Waters movie, Hairspray (7/20). If two hours of love from Homer et al is wrong, we don't want to be right: The Simpsons Movie (7/27). Catherine Zeta-Jones tries to go domestic in the remake of the charming European flick Mostly Martha, co-starring Little Miss Sunshine's Abigail Breslin called No Reservations (7/27).

The married musical couple Jennifer Lopez and Marc Antony go biopic loco in the story of salsa legend Hector Lavoe, El Cantante (8/1). The brilliant Paul Greengrass is back and so is the super spy Matt Damon in the third installment of the thriller series, The Bourne Ultimatum (8/3). Anne Hathaway plays the ultimate chick lit heroine, the authoress Jane Austen in the period romance Becoming Jane (8/3). By August, it'll be time for some more Paul Rudd and Seth Rogen goodness, hence the plan to see comedies The Ten (8/3) and Superbad (8/17). Or if you like being goosed by what goes bump in the night, there's a new Halloween installment (8/31).

More summer movie previews from Time Out New York, the New York Times, Entertainment Weekly and the Village Voice. What flicks are you itching to see this summer?