Movies TO See: April 2017 Edition

A compiled list to help you weed out the good vs the bad to save your time, money and brain cells. A link to the trailer has been provided in the title. 

Ghost In The Shell (March 31)

I never saw any of the original Ghost In The Shell stuff but the preview for this movie is breathtaking and amazing.

The Boss Baby (March 31)

Yet another animated film of forced laughter.  We all know the movie is ridiculous and we will unfortunately laugh and we will all end up seeing it at some point so lets just get it over with so we can put it all behind us.

The Zookeeper’s Wife (March 31)

The amazing story of a real life wife and mother who used the family’s zoo as a way to save peoples lives during WWII.  Really looking forward to this one.

 Smurfs: The Lost Village (April 7)

I still have not caved and watched any of the new Smurf movies.  Though I’m sure many of you are excited to see this I remain hesitant.

Going In Style (April 7)

When the banks screw you over, it’s time to screw over the banks.  Starring Morgan Freeman, Michael Cane and Alan Arkin, the three elderly gentleman have had enough and decide to plan their own heist.

The Case For Christ (April 7)

I like the adventure and research aspect of the film as it reminds me of the Da Vinci Code.

Gifted (April 7)

Starring Chris Evans comes a cute film about a young girl who is a genius and her uncles fight to give her a life and a childhood.

Your Name (April 7)

A super cute anime film about a young girl and man switch places at random trying to cope with the changes and discover what their connection means.

Aftermath (April 7)

Although it looks like it would be a good movie, I feel like Arnold’s performance won’t live up to his name.

Their Finest (April 7)

I must have been British in my past life because I tend to love everything about them.  During the destruction of the war, a group set out to make a film to boost the moral of the people.

Mine (April 7)

Who would have thought that a movie about a man standing on a land mine and waiting for help in the middle of the desert, unable to move, could look so thrilling?

The Fate of the Furious (April 14)

I actually really liked the first Fast and the Furious, I watched it about 100 times or more, but after that I kind of stopped watching.  I’ve seen parts of some of the others, but I still have hope for the franchise.  One day I will watch them all.

The Lost City of Z (April 14)

Based on the true story of British explorer Percy Fawcett comes an epic adventure starring Charlie Hunnam, Robert Pattinson and Sienna Miller.

Queen of the Desert (April 7)

Another film based on the true story of of the British explorer Gertrude Bell starring Nicole Kidman, James Franco and Robert Pattinson again!  Who doesn’t like a little adventure?

A Quiet Passion (April 14)

Cynthia Nixon stars as Emily Dickinson and while there is something a bit off about her in this role, it looks very well done.

Disneynature: Born In China (April 21)

It’s hard not wanting to watch adorable animals in their natural habitat filmed in stunning quality.

The Circle (April 28)

Hot off the heels from Beauty and the Beast, Emma Watson stars in the new technological thriller of an Apple-esque company whose goal is to share knowledge, but what does a world look like when everyone is watching you?


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