Top Films for April


A new month is upon us so, as usual, here my list of movies to look forward to in April…

Fast & Furious 7

The trailer for this looks ridiculous but I have to watch simply to see how they say goodbye to Paul Walker (sob!) This time around Dom (Vin Diesel) and his crew of petrolheads have to settle some beef with action God (Jason Statham). Expect balls to the wall action and crazy stunts galore. Released: 3rd

The Water Diviner

Well, of course I have to see Russell Crowe’s first directing effort. He also stars in this war drama about an Australian father who goes to Turkey after the battle of Gallipoli to try to locate his three missing sons. It sounds very emotional and I’m onboard with its obvious anti-war message. Released: 3rd



While We’re Young

I’m a huge fan of Noah Baumbach’s work and the cast he has assembled for this comedy is spot-on: Ben Stiller, Naomi Watts, Adam Driver and Amanda Seyfried. Ben and Naomi are 40 somethings, married without children, who revaluate their lives once they meet the young, vibrant couple. It sounds basic but it’s actually really smart and funny. Read my review! Released: 3rd

Avengers: Age of Ultron

Does this really need an explanation?! I don’t think so! The Avengers are back and this time they take on Ultron, a peacekeeping program revived by Tony Stark that goes awry so they must SAVE. THE. WORLD. Classic. So psyched! Released: 24th



The Duff

I might get stick for putting this in here because it hasn’t reviewed well but I seriously enjoyed The Duff and if you want a fun, high school comedy then this is for you. Bianca (Mae Whitman) realises she is the DUFF (designated ugly fat friend), which means she is best friends with two hotties and guys are only interested in her to get to her besties, so she tries her best to shake off the tag.  Whitman is hilarious and charming and you will leave with a smile on your face. Read review here. Released: 6th

The Last Five Years

I love Anna Kendrick and I love musicals, and this another Kendrick singing outing that I can enjoy. A struggling actress and her writer partner sing through their relationship troubles and figure out if it is worth saving. Sounds cheesy, but hey, I’m all for it. Released: 17th


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