April Film Releases

Here are all the films I want to see in April. There isn’t much I want to see in the cinema but there are films I want to see when they come on streaming services. There are some amazing superhero films coming out this month, obviously I am most excited for is Avengers: End Game it is going to be epic and I am definitely binging the first three films before hand. So here are the rest of the films I am most excited for:

Pet Sematary – R – 1hr 41mins – Horror, Mystery, Thriller – 6.2/10 – D= Kevin Kölsch, Dennis Widmyer – S= Jason Clarke, Amy Seimetz, John Lithgow – This is the adaptation of Stephen King’s novel of a man’s search for a way to see his daughter after she dies.

Opinion: I loved the book so interested to see the film.



Shazam! – PG-13 – 2hrs 12mins – Action, Adventure, Comedy – 7.6/10 – D= David F. Sandberg – S= Zachary Levi, Mark Strong, Asher Angel – This takes the character Shazam who can only get his powers by saying his name.

Opinion: I hoping for something good from DC.



The Sisters Brothers – R – 2hrs 2mins – Adventure, Comedy, Crime – 7/10 – D= Jacques Audiard – S= John C. Reilly, Joaquin Phoenix, Jake Gyllenhaal – This is an adaptation of Patrick DeWitt’s western novel.

Opinion: I can’t wait to see this film.



Wonder Park – PG – 1hr 25mins – Animation, Adventure, Comedy – 5.7/10 – D= Josh Appelbaum, André Nemec – S= Sofia Mali, Jennifer Garner, Ken Hudson Campbell – About a girl who finds an abandoned amusement park that has secret to uncover.

Opinion: Looks adorable and fun.



Little – PG-13 – 1hr 49mins – Comedy, Fantasy, Romance – 5.4/10 – D= Tina Gordon – S= Regina Hall, Issa Rae, Marsai Martin – A hilarious comedy about an interesting body swap or body age down?

Opinion: It looks so funny and I love Regina Hall.



Greta – R – 1hr 38mins – Drama, Mystery, Thriller – 6.2/10 – D= Neil Jordan – S= Isabelle Huppert, Chloë Grace Moretz, Maika Monroe – A chilling tale about a woman who leaves handbags all round the city in the hope that someone might return them.

Opinion: It looks super creepy.



Red Joan – R – 1hr 41mins – Biography, Drama, Romance – 6.2/10 – D= Trevor Nunn – S= Judi Dench, Sophie Cookson, Stephen Campbell Moore – About a woman who is believed to be a spy but for which side? Based on a true story.

Opinion: It looks fascinating and I love Judi Dench.



Avengers: Endgame – PG-13 – 3hrs 1mins – Action, Adventure, Fantasy – N/A – D= Anthony Russo, Joe Russo – S= Brie Larson, Scarlett Johansson, Karen Gillan – It is the end and the beginning! What will happen to the Avengers?

Opinion: I AM SO EXCITED!!!!!!!!!!



Bel Canto – 15 – 1hr 40mins – Drama, Music, Romance – 5.3/10 – D= Paul Weitz – S= Julianne Moore, Ken Watanabe, Sebastian Koch – It follows a hostage situation in South America with an famous Opera singer inside.

Opinion: Looks like an interesting film.






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