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9 Movies Coming To Theaters In April 2018 That'll Make You Want To Cancel All Your Plans

Yes, Avengers: Infinity War, but also other movies.

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1. A Quiet Place (April 6)

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John Krasinski and Emily Blunt, one of the cutest couples alive right now, are starring side-by-side in this thriller, directed by Krasinski himself. They play heads of a young family who are living in what appears to be total isolation. They must stay completely silent at all times, or else be attacked by something NOT GREAT. The trailer itself plays out like a terrifying short film, so I can only imagine how insane the full movie is going to be.

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2. Blockers (April 6)

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I feel like John Cena butt-chugging beer should've already sold you on the general ridiculousness of this movie. The plot follows three teenage girls who make a pact to lose their virginities on prom night, but their parents are like, "Nah u ain't." It honestly looks hilarious and I would pay to see Leslie Mann in anything, plus it'll be nice to have these silly antics focused on the teenage girls' side of the story.

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3. Chappaquiddick (April 6)

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This drama documents the chilling true story of the infamous accident that would go on to define senator Ted Kennedy's legacy. I included this film 100% because the cast thoroughly intrigues me, as I'm a genuine sucker for traditionally comedic actors who take a deep dive into drama, and with both Ed Helms AND Jim Gaffigan in this, it should be incredibly interesting.

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4. You Were Never Really Here (April 6)

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Joaquin Phoenix plays a traumatized veteran who spends all of his time tracking down missing girls. That is, until one particular hunt takes an unexpected turn and leads him down a terrifying path. Also, if that description and the amazing trailer aren't enough to get you intrigued, the movie currently sits at an 89%, "Certified Fresh" rating on Rotten Tomatoes, so there's that.

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5. Rampage (April 13)

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This Dwayne Johnson action-packed adventure, based on a popular '80s arcade game, follows an introverted primatologist who has a strong bond with George, an extremely intelligent silverback gorilla. However, when a genetic experiment goes wrong, George is transformed from a gentle giant to, well, quite literally a GIANT. I love The Rock, I love giant animals, I love ridiculous movies...this has everything.

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6. Blumhouse's Truth or Dare (April 13)

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This trailer screams, "Hey! No thank you!" Just a group of perfectly regular young adults playing a perfectly regular game of truth or dare; however, the game proves to be a little more sinister than anticipated when it's revealed that a supernatural force is controlling the players to keep them in the game against their will. I told you...no, thank you.

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7. The House of Tomorrow (April 27)

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I love a good punk rock, coming-of-age tale, and The House of Tomorrow certainly looks like it's going to ~scratch that itch.~ When a sheltered 16-year-old Sebastian meets rock-and-roll personified, Jared, the two go on a journey of self-discovery. ALSO, NICK OFFERMAN??? Please take all my money, K thanks.

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8. Disobedience (April 27)

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Based on a novel by Naomi Alderma, Rachel Weisz stars as Ronit, a woman returning home from New York City to the Orthodox Jewish community in North London where she grew up to mourn the death of her estranged father. However, Ronit stirs up controversy in the quiet town when she begins to show a romantic interest in her married childhood friend, Esti, played by Rachel McAdams. But seriously, who doesn't love a good tale of forbidden passion?

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9. Avengers: Infinity War (April 27)

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It's...it's the Avengers? And they're all together, kicking ass and taking names? Do you really need another reason to go see it???

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