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    7 Movies Coming To Theaters March 2020 That You Absolutely Will Not Want To Miss

    Disney! Pixar! Hunting human beings for sport!

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    1. Onward (March 6)

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    Hey, y'all ready to cry?! We're focused on a pair of elven teen brothers, Ian (Tom Holland) and Barley (Chris Pratt), who live with their single mom (Julia Louis-Dreyfus). On Ian's 16th birthday, their mother presents the brothers with a gift from their deceased father, which turns out to be a staff, a magical stone, and a "visitation spell" β€” a spell that will bring their father back to life, but only for 24 hours. The whole thing looks hilarious, moving, and β€” frankly β€” brilliant. And also, I now have a sudden and intense urge to call my dad.

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    2. The Way Back (March 6)

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    Sports! Drama! Ben Affleck acting again! This film has it all! The film follows a former college basketball star struggling with alcoholism in his adulthood (Ben Affleck) whose life changes when he is offered a coaching position on the basketball team at his alma mater. Leading the team through victories, he begins to face his own personal failures and tragedies, all of which have led him to this point.

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    3. My Spy (March 13)

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    Who doesn't love a good spy movie...especially when it involves a precocious child?! I AM THE TARGET AUDIENCE. When a no-nonsense CIA operative (Dave Bautista) is tasked with going undercover in a family, he meets his most difficult client yet: Sophie Newton (Chloe Coleman), a 9-year-old girl who is way too spirited for her own good. I love it, sign me up.

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    4. The Hunt (March 13)

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    Oh, so y'all like a side of controversy with your horror? Well, do I have the film for you. After being shelved back in September, The Hunt is finally being birthed into the world...with drastically different marketing. Following a group of strangers who wake up in a clearing with a whole bunch of weapons, they quickly realize they're being hunted by the "elite" for sport...or so it appears?! DUN-DUN-DUNNN.

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    5. I Still Believe (March 13)

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    How about a little post-Valentine's Day romance to welcome in springtime?! Here we have an autobiographical film following Christian music star Jeremy Camp (KJ Apa) and his journey through life. The film β€” which is based on Camp's book of the same name β€” depicts the singer's love life and rise to stardom...also, Shania Twain is in it?!

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    6. A Quiet Place Part II (March 20)

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    Just when you thought it was safe to make noise again, we have the highly anticipated sequel to the 2018 smash hit. After the tragic events of the first film, the Abbott family is forced to leave the sanctuary of home and travel into the terrifying unknown. Though, as they travel farther and farther out into the world, they begin to realized that the creatures may not be the only real threat out there. Hey, no thanks!

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    7. Mulan (March 27)

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    The film follows the same overall tale as the original 1998 animated film, seeing Mulan join the war effort on behalf of her family in order to protect her aging father. And β€” while the film definitely has a tonal departure from the original, as it's no longer a musical β€” there are still a ton of visual nods to the animated film in this trailer alone, which is reason enough to be pumped!

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    Which March 2020 movie are YOU looking forward to the most?! Did we miss your favorite? Sound off in the comments below!

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