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Every year, we swear we’re going to partake in the NYC pastime of the alfresco summer movie… only to forget to mark our calendar, give up and go to an air-conditioned AMC instead. This year, we won’t make that mistake: Here are the blockbusters, indie flicks and old-school classics we’ll be watching every week from now until the end of August. See you there.

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the philadelphia story
MGM

June 25: The Philadelphia Story

The closest we’ll ever get to having a picnic with Katharine Hepburn, Cary Grant and Jimmy Stewart.

Bryant Park, 40th to 42nd Sts. between Fifth and Sixth Aves.; bryantpark.org

wonder woman gal gadot
Warner Bros

June 29: Wonder Woman

Gal Gadot: Inspiring us to do an extra round of triceps dips since 2017.

Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum, Pier 86, W. 46th St. and 12th Ave.; intrepidmuseum.org

a league
Columbia Pictures

July 2: A League of Their Own

There’s no crying in baseball, but there is a young Madonna.

Bryant Park, 40th to 42nd Sts. between Fifth and Sixth Aves.; bryantpark.org

when harry met sally
Columbia Pictures

July 12: When Harry Met Sally

BYO pastrami sandwich.

Tribeca Drive-In, Oculus Plaza, 185 Greenwich St.; tribecafilm.com

the big Sick
Apatow Productions

July 18: The Big Sick

Oh, and if you’re wondering what a new rom-com classic looks like, it’s this. (Side note: Still waiting for Kumail to follow us back on Twitter.)

Hudson RiverFlicks, Pier 63, W. 23rd St. at West Side Highway; hudsonriverpark.org

the princess bride
Twentieth Century Fox

July 23: The Princess Bride

Missing this screening would be inconceivable!

Bryant Park, 40th to 42nd Sts. between Fifth and Sixth Aves.; bryantpark.org

the young girls of rochefort
Miramax

July 25: Les Demoiselles de Rochefort

Singing, dancing and the opportunity to brush up on our French (or at least tell ourselves we did)? Mais oui.

32-01 Vernon Blvd., Queens; socratessculpturepark.org

love and basketball
New Line Cinema

July 25: Love & Basketball

Our professional sports career may never have taken off (hahaha), but we can live vicariously through this classic flick.

SummerScreen, McCarren Park, N. 12th St. between Bedford and Berry Aves.; Brooklyn; summerscreen.org

bend it like beckham
Twentieth Century Fox

August 2: Bend It Like Beckham

Sad there’s no more World Cup to watch? We got you.

Movies with a View, Brooklyn Bridge Park, 334 Furman St., Brooklyn; brooklynbridgepark.org

coco film
Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures

August 7: Coco

We’re not crying, you’re crying.

610 Exterior St., Bronx; bronxterminalmarket.com

mean girls pink
Paramount Pictures

August 9: Mean Girls

Before the hit Broadway show, there was the movie that launched a thousand memes. Fingers crossed for a Tina Fey appearance.

Tribeca Drive-In, Oculus Plaza, 185 Greenwich St.; tribecafilm.com

black panther fight
Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures

August 10: Black Panther

Pro tip: Call in sick to work and make a day of it.

Movie Nights in Rockaway, Boardwalk and Beach 59th St.; nycgovparks.org

lady bird
A24

August 15: Lady Bird

Nothing like a little teenage angst to make you grateful for adulthood. (Or wait, maybe it’s the other way around.)

Hudson RiverFlicks, Pier 63, W. 23rd St. at West Side Highway; hudsonriverpark.org

pick of the litter movie
Sundance Selects

August 23: Pick of the Litter

This brand-new documentary follows a litter of puppies through their training to become guide dogs for the blind. And as if that weren’t cute enough, the screening is dog-friendly.

Rooftop Films, Fort Greene Park, Washington Park St. at Willoughby Ave., Brooklyn; rooftopfilms.com

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