April Movies


A nerd decides to become a real superhero to protect people and maybe not be such a loser. He learns there are more heroes out there that have yet to be reported on and decides to try and shut down an evil company.

Kick-Ass is hilarious and has a surprising amount of heart. It’s a great spin on the superhero movies as it makes it a little more human. This is one of the only comedy movies that I actually think is good, rather than a cheap cash grab.


Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith

As the Clone Wars comes down to its final days, Anakin Skywalker begins to be groomed into becoming a sith by Chancellor Palpatine a.k.a. Darth Sidious.

Although the prequels got a lot of bad representation from the press, it has had a sort of resurgence in recent years. I grew up with these movies so I might be a bit biased when I say this movie is the second best Star Wars movie, but it is totally epic. It only gets better after viewing the other shows. I love seeing how Anakin turns to the dark side like we all knew was going to happen since The Phantom Menace. Definitely one of my favorite movies.


Spider-Man: No Way Home

Peter Parker has been outed as Spider-Man by Mysterio and must try to keep afloat amongst the chaos in the press revolving around Mysterio’s death. When asking Dr. Strange to make everyone forget Peter Parker is Spider-Man, the spell goes wrong and pulls characters from other universes into theirs.

One of the best MCU movies, Spider-Man: No Way Home manages to be a massive achievement in cinema as it brings 20 years of Spider-Man into one epic film. This movie holds my personal record for the number of times I cried watching a movie. There is so much heart and many emotional scenes that it’s hard to dislike this movie. This is my favorite theater viewing experience, despite sitting in the second row, as the whole audience was electric with excitement.



In the future, an OS is created to fit the needs of its user, whether it be a friend, coworker, or lover. A man after planning to divorce his wife falls in love with this OS, but that does come with repercussions.

This movie exemplifies loneliness and just what people are willing to do. Joaquin Phoenix does a brilliant job playing this loner, with many of the scenes just being him. The cinematography is also top notch and just adds to this already beautiful story. I highly recommend it to anyone interested in emotional movies.