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  • AmsterDO Movie Wishlist: 5 Best Films to Watch in April

    Wonder what to watch next in cinema? Here are the best films to watch in April – the most promising premieres of the month in various genres. Prettige voorstelling!

    Going in Style

    Genre: Comedy, Crime
    Duration: 96 min
    Release: 6 April
    IMDb Rating: unavailable yet

    Source: IMDb

    Going in Style follows the story of three lifelong friends – Willie (Morgan Freeman), Joe (Michael Caine) and Albert (Alan Arkin) – who decide to rob a bank that absconded with their pension money. The movie is directed by Zach Braff known for Scrubs and Garden State.

    20th Century Women

    Genre: Comedy, Drama
    Duration: 118 min
    Release: 20 April
    IMDb Rating: 7.5

    Source: IMDb

    Trying to understand and raise her son Jamie (Lucas Jade Zumann), a single mom (Annette Bening) asks his best friend Julie (Elle Fanning) and a quirky punk photographer (Greta Gerwig) for help with his upbringing.

    Get Out

    Genre: Horror, Mystery
    Duration: 117 min
    Release: 20 April
    IMDb Rating: 8.2

    Source: IMDb

    A young African-American man (Daniel Kaluuya) is invited to his Caucasian girlfriend’s family estate. Her parents are acting weird, which Chris reads as their way of dealing with their daughter’s interracial relationship. Turns out, the reality is much more disturbing…

    Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2

    Genre: Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi
    Duration: 139 min
    Release: 27 April
    IMDb Rating: unavailable yet

    Source: IMDb

    The long-awaited sequel to Guardians of the Galaxy is finally out this month! Peter Quill (Chris Pratt) and his gang are back for more, and this time they are trying to unravel the mystery of Quill’s true parentage. Get ready for yet another funny, thrilling and full of heart science-fiction extravaganza.

    Free Fire

    Genre: Action, Comedy, Crime
    Duration: 90 min
    Release: 27 April
    IMDb Rating: 7.3

    Source: IMDb

    Set in 1970s Boston, Free Fire follows a simple arms deal that goes terribly wrong. Bold and wickedly fun, this action comedy is a parody and critique of the insanity of gun violence. Prepare for probably the most epic shootout ever seen on screen!

    Do you like our list of the best films to watch in cinema? Stay tuned with AmsterDO website, as well as our Facebook page – we are going to create the same one every month!

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