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Need some movie recommendations to get you through the remainder of the semester? Here are 5 films you have to see!

Captain Marvel (March 8)

Recently premiered, Captain Marvel is being celebrated as a major milestone for the MCU as it is their first female-led film. In addition to such praise, Marvel fans (like me, shamelessly) have been anxiously awaiting this film since the end-credit scene of Avengers: Infinity War (2018), where we saw the first glimpse of Carol Danvers (aka, Captain Marvel) as her insignia flashed across Nick Fury’s pager. So, if you need something to satisfy your superhero movie craving until Endgame premieres, treat yourself to this movie about one of the universe’s most powerful heroes.

Us (March 22)

Just hitting theaters last week, you’ll for sure not want to see this one alone. Brought to you by Jordan Peele, the mastermind behind “Get Out”, “Us” is a terrifying story of a family whose once-peaceful vacation becomes dramatically warped into what can only be described as a living nightmare. I mean, how else would you describe being terrorized by a group of people that are identical to those you love and trust the most?

Little (April 12)

There’s no easy way to transition to this movie so let’s not and say we did! “Little” is a film we all needed, especially after 13 Going On 30. Instead of getting thrown into her future self, “Little” follows a woman who wakes up (unexpectedly) transformed into her younger self as the pressures of being an adult come to a head. So, if you want a heart-warming story full of laughs, this is the one for you.

Avengers: Endgame (April 26)

The fourth and final Avengers film in the series is set to pick up after the infamous snap that wiped out half the universe at the end of Infinity War (and no, that is not a spoiler because all the trailers for Endgame have mentioned it). Endgame has MCU fans everywhere on the edge of their seats, picking each trailer apart in search of clues for what this highly anticipated finale holds. Will our heroes be able to get back what Thanos destroyed? We have to wait and see.  

The Hustle (May 10)

Staring the iconic Anne Hathaway and Rebel Wilson, “The Hustle” is a comedy of two female scam-artists who originate from very different backgrounds but team up to take down all of the men who have done them dirty. Need I say more?

I know there are plenty of other movies coming out, but sadly I had to cut the list short because we run into finals in early May! Here are some honorable mentions for over the summer: Aladdin, Ma, Rocketman, Dark Phoenix, and Toy Story 4 (if you didn’t tear up at that trailer, you’re a monster).

 

 

 

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Hi! I am currently a Senior at Boston College studying for my B.S. in Biology on the PreMed track. I am the Social Media Co-Chair for our HC chapter at BC, and I’m also the publicist for the American Red Cross of Boston College.
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