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    Emily Blunt and John Krasinski hit the screen together, the Avengers return and much, much more.

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    Your favorite real-life couple takes the screen, Bel Powley gives us something to howl about and Michelle Pfeiffer makes a comeback you don’t want to miss. Read on for everything you shouldn’t miss this month.

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    Blockers

    Honing emoji-translating skills: as important as investing in a 401(k). Case in point: Kay Cannon’s digital-age raunch comedy about a trio of parents whose teens’ prom-night plans lie in their cryptic text messages. John Cena, Leslie Mann and, of course, the 🍆 all-star.

    In theaters April 6. Get tickets

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    A Quiet Place

    It was only a matter of time before Hollywood’s sweethearts starred in a film together. John Krasinski directs and stars opposite his wife, Emily Blunt, in a supernatural thriller about a family who must stay quiet to avoid a force that attacks at any sound. Blunt’s character can’t scream, but you sure can.

    In theaters April 6. Get tickets

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    Chappaquiddick

    One doesn’t become America’s most celebrated family without influence, legacy… and scandal. The Kennedys, clouded with conspiracy and drenched in tragedy, take center stage in John Curran’s historical thriller. Specifically, Ted Kennedy and the fatal 1969 car crash he was involved in.

    In theaters April 6. Get tickets

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    You Were Never Really Here

    Things get violent—like, ball-peen hammer to the head violent—in Lynne Ramsay’s sadistic Cannes winner. Joaquin Phoenix stars as a veteran killer for hire whose most recent job causes him to become, let’s say, unhinged. It’s an experiential ride its director would like to preface with, “ Enjoy the trip .”

    In theaters April 6. Get tickets

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    The Endless

    Did you see Spring ? Of course not. No one did. But you should. It’s one of the most under-appreciated horror films out there. That superlative will almost certainly transfer to Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead’s third feature: a mind-bender about a cult, aliens and the creepy truth behind both.

    In theaters April 6. Get tickets

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    Where Is Kyra?

    Where is Michelle Pfeiffer? Making a massive comeback. Though Mother!, Murder on the Orient Express and The Wizard of Lies make it seem like she never left, Pfeiffer actually did go on hiatus for five years. Kyra, a woman whose direness only gets more dismal, marks the actress’s first returning role (the film premiered at Sundance last year)—and it’s a bold one.

    In theaters April 6. Get tickets

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    Borg vs. McEnroe

    Shia LaBeouf stars as the volatile John McEnroe in Janus Metz’s tennis drama, which co-stars Sverrir Gudnason as the tennis pro’s ace German opponent. And even though the real-life McEnroe isn’t elated , critics are.

    In theaters April 13. Get tickets

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    The Rider

    Understanding the emotional pull of a rider to his rodeo is trying—until you sit through Chloé Zhao’s multi-festival best-in-show heartland portrait. Former rising rodeo star Brady Jandreau takes the reins to tell his own personal story: a South Dakota cowboy mourning a dream that almost killed him.

    In theaters April 13. Get tickets

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    Wildling

    It’s been many moons since a truly decent werewolf movie had us going wild. Maybe even since Ginger Snaps 2 in 2004. So, to Bel Powley’s beast-mode nightmare fantasy, about a blossoming teen who fears a child-eating forest monster, we say, “My, what a great addition to the genre you are!”

    In theaters April 13. Get tickets

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    I Feel Pretty

    Inner confidence is powerful—so powerful, it can turn an insecure thirty-something into the most fearless woman on the planet. So goes the gist of the latest Amy Schumer rom-com, this one co-starring Michelle Williams and coming from the writing/directing duo who gave us Never Been Kissed.

    In theaters April 20. Get tickets

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    The Devil and Father Amorth

    Well, if ever there were a filmmaker who could handle shadowing an exorcism priest for a day, it’s The Exorcist helmer William Friedkin. And that’s exactly what he does here—witnesses and films Father Gabriele Amorth’s ninth exorcism, and lives to tell us all about it. Luckily, there’s no pea soup.

    In theaters April 20. Get tickets

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    Beyond the Clouds

    An Indian familial drama set in the slums of Mumbai, Iranian director Majid Majidi’s film follows Amir, a street-smart drug runner in trouble with the cops; his sister, Tara, who finds herself imprisoned after fending off a rapist with a rock, and the arc to redemption they’re both tracing.

    In theaters April 20. Get tickets

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    Avengers: Infinity War

    War is coming. But don’t worry; just about every single character to strap on spandex is down for the challenge. As are Anthony and Joe Russo, who brought us Captain Americas: Civil War and Winter Soldier. Word to the wise: spring for the refillable popcorn. This one’s longer than two and a half hours.

    In theaters April 27. Get tickets

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    Disobedience

    Fresh off a Fantastic win at the Oscars, Sebastián Lelio is moving audiences again, this time with Rachel McAdams and Rachel Weisz as childhood friends who reignite their forbidden romance within the confines of their Orthodox Jewish faith.

    In theaters April 27. Get tickets

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    The House of Tomorrow

    Punk rock, a geodesic dome, Nick Offerman—yep, this one checks all the boxes for what makes a solid indie. Asa Butterfield, Alex Wolff and Ellen Burstyn join the Parks and Rec actor for a retro-futuristic comedy about isolated kids who start a rock band and start living.

    In theaters April 27. Get tickets

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