Barbershop: The Next Cut – 04.15 : It all starts out in the barbershop. Starring Ice Cube and Nicki Minaj, the comedy holds a cute plot that imbues the characters with a sense of self-importance bigger than life. As their neighborhood takes a bad turn, friends have to work together to not only save their barbershop, but also the community.
Born In China – 04.22 : Disneynature takes you on a grand journey into the mysterious wilds of China, following the stories of three different animals: the Panda, Golden Monkey, and Snow Leopard. Be prepared to be bombarded by overwhelming cuteness.
Criminal – 04.15 : At first glance, Criminal looks like an exact replica of Self/Less, and weirdly enough, Ryan Reynolds stars in both of them. Except this time, a CIA agent instead of a rich grandpa gets the brain implantation.
Demolition – 04.08 : Davis Mitchell, played by Jake Gyllenhaal, is a successful investment banker who struggles with the recent death of her wife and slowly pieces himself together again by destroying things, literally.
Everybody Wants Some – 04.15 : After the success of Boyhood (2014), director Richard Linklater creates a throwback comedy that focuses on a college baseball team in the 80s, delivering a lot of nostalgic moments that will leave audience both old and young with a warm smile.
Green Room – 04.15
Hardcore Henry – 04.08 : Get ready to experience the thrill of being a superhero. In this first-person-shooter movie, you see through the eyes of the main character, Henry, who wakes up in a laboratory, just brought back from the dead, and embarks on a frantic journey. Try not to forget that you’re watching a movie, not playing a video game.
Keanu – 04.29 : Key and Peele pick up the torch of Smosh and Gabriel Iglesias, becoming yet another Youtube icon to produce a feature length movie. The dynamic duo embarks on a dangerous rescue mission for the cutest little kitten in the world, Keanu (Is that pronounced Kuh-AY-nu?)
Mother’s Day – 04.29 : Celebrate Mother’s Day by bringing your mom to the movies! Director of Valentine’s Day and New Year Eve’s, Gary Marshall creates yet another star-packed movie of intersecting stories with different moms.
Mr. Right – 04.08 : Martha, played by Anna Kendrick, is intrigued by a mysterious man who turns out to be a professional assassin. As the truth gets unraveled, Martha has to decide whether to be embroiled in the madness or run away from her Mr.Right.
Ratchet & Clank – 04.29 : If you used to binge on PlayStation, you’ve probably heard of the game Ratchet & Clank. Now the two beloved characters are moving onto the big screen and becoming unlikely heroes as they struggle to save their Solana Galaxy from a vile alien. The film aims to retain most of the game’s original dialogue and humor.
The Boss – 04.08 : The hilarious Melissa McCarthy is back again after the huge success of her previous comedy Spy. This time she portrays a industry titan who is sent to prison after being caught for insider trading. She quickly emerges again ready to rebuild her empire, starting with selling brownies.
The Huntsman:Winter’s War – 04.22 : Although the plot might turn out to be as vapid as the previous Snow White and the Huntsman from 2012, it’ll still be worth it to enjoy visually stunning scenes coated in elegance and appreciate the radiating womenpower exerted by Charlize Theron, Emily Blunt, and Jessica Chastain.
The Jungle Book – 04.15 : Remember Mowgli and his friends Bagheera the panther and Baloo the bear? Remember being enthralled by the mysterious richness of the forest and wishing you could also grow up among wolves? Rudyard Kipling’s beloved story, The Jungle Book, returns to the big screen after the Walt Disney Studios’ 1967 animated version, bringing with it more suspense, excitement, and adventure.