10 Movies To Watch This April

Posted: Apr 11 2017, 10:30am CDT | by , Updated: Apr 11 2017, 11:05am CDT , in Latest Movie News


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10 Movies to Watch This April

A list of top ten movies that are worth a trip to the theatres

Here are ten top movies which are set to release in April, 2017 and are worth hauling yourself to the cinemas for:

1. The Fate of the Furious (April 14)

It is so near, you could almost taste it. The Fate of the Furious or Fast 8 is set to release in cinemas worldwide on April 14th. We see the Directed by F. Gary Gray and written by Chris Morgan, the movie will include the return of stars like; Vin Diesel, Michelle Rodriguez, Tyrese Gibson, Dwayne Johnson, Ludacris, Jason Statham and Nathalie Emmanuel with addition of some Hollywood heavyweights including Charlize Theron, Kurt Russell and Helen Mirren. Dom will turn against his team, Theron plays a badass villain and there’s a submarine so book your tickets now.

2. The Lost City of Z (April 14)

If you have an adventurous spirit in your cinema choices, you will definitely enjoy The Lost City of Z. Written and directed by James Gray and starring Son of Anarchy’s Charlie Hunman as the British explorer Col. Percival Fawcett who goes to explore the Amazon in the 1920s and returns with news of ancient civilization.

3. Finding Oscar (April 14)

Lately, documentaries have made a lot of people’s head turn with their reveling content and relevance to humanity. From executive producer, Steven Spielberg comes a compelling tale of a search for a young boy who is raised by the soldiers that killed his family in the Dos Erres massacre in Guatemala in 1982. The testimony of this boy is key in bringing the criminals of the civil war to justice.

4. A Quiet Passion (April 14)

From the acclaimed filmmaker, Terrence Davies comes the compelling tale of the life of the renowned American poet, Emily Dickinson. An acclaimed movie at the Toronto International Film Festival, New York Film Festival and Berlin International Film Festival; the movie is a depiction of Dickinson’s life from being a schoolgirl to later years where she lived as a reclusive, unrecognized artist.

5. The Promise (April 21)

Historical drama written and directed by Terry George and set in the midst of the events leading upto the Armenian Genocide, Oscar Issacs, Charlotte Le Bon and Christian Bale star in a compelling tale of a love triangle, danger and persecution.

6. Free Fire (April 21)

From executive producer Martin Scorsese, comes a violent and gun led movie about the night of a weapons deal that goes awry and turns into a battle for survival for all present where everyone possesses a gun and is determined to shoot to kill anything moving. With a cast including Oscar winner Brie Larson, Sharlto Copley, Armie Hammer, Cillian Murphy, Babo Ceesay and many more. Watch the trailer for the movie and you would just want to go see the movie after that.

7. Phoenix Forgotten (April 21)

On the 20th anniversary of the Phoenix Lights that happened on March 13th, 1997; the content of the footage from the recently discovered teenagers who wondered in the desert who disappeared and never returned. The footage chronicles what they did in their last moments and answers all the questions that were never answered before.

8. The Circle (April 28)

From director James Ponsoldt, comes the chilling sci-fi thriller starring Emma Watson, Tom Hanks and John Boyega, The Circle. The movie is about a surveillance experiment which borders of the violation of privacy, ethics and personal freedom. Emma Watson’s Mae Holland soon starts to figure out the horrible consequences of participating in the experiment. Unnerving for many, The Circle is a depiction of the modern era surveillance debate and it will play into all your underlying paranoia about surveillance.

9. Sleight (April 28)

A story about a young teenage magician who has to take care of her little sister after their mother’s death. He soon starts to deal drugs to make ends meet until his sister is kidnapped by the dealers and he uses the sleight of his hand to outwit his enemies and save the day. A modern-day survival story of the kids on the street and how one kid’s talent can become key in surviving.

10. Voice from the Stone (April 28)

Get ready to see Emilia Clarke as never before. The Mother of Dragons from the Game of Thrones appears in this chilling, horror tale as a determined young nurse Verena to tend to a deaf and mute young heir in a castle in Tuscany. She soon finds out that there are secrets in the walls of the castle and she must listen to the voices coming from the stones before she can lose her own life.

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