Circuit Q&A: What Was Your Favorite Film Released in April?

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The month of April nears its end but it gave audiences plenty of films to enjoy. It’s time we take a step back to consider which of April’s offerings left an impression. Fans of horror found another Stephen King adaptation in the form of “Pet Sematary,” while DC Studios introduced audiences to one of its more nonchalant superheroes with “Shazam!” The independently produced (and female-directed) films “Fast Color” and “Little Woods” also hit theaters with limited runs.

More films hit streaming this month as Netflix unveiled Brie Larson’s directorial debut, “Unicorn Store,” along with the romantic comedies “Someone Great” and the Noah Centineo vehicle “A Perfect Date.” Tina Gordon Chism’s comedy “Little” hit theaters around the midpoint, as audiences were anticipating the release of an unknown, little independent superhero feature…

Marvel’s “Avengers: Endgame” is now playing in theaters.

We’re ending the month on a high note, with Marvel’s “Avengers: Endgame” set to smash records at domestic and international box offices. The latest from the MCU is well on its way to knock James Cameron’s “Avatar” off its $2.7 billion reign. As “Avengers: Endgame” closes one of its greatest chapters of pop culture influence, the film currently sits on a $1.2 billion worldwide box office return. Of course, we expect to see fans reel back to the theaters for re-watches. It’s a great time to be a Marvel fan! With that being said, is there a film that’s topped your year’s list so far? Maybe the comic book films of the month have you at the heartstrings. Maybe you’re partial to the A24 produced drama “Under the Silver Lake,” which was distributed in very limited release.

It’s never too early to also throw in awards prospects. Could Marvel repeat last year’s Oscar nomination for visual effects with “Avengers: Endgame?” Can Laika Animation scoop up a nomination for animated feature with the voyeuristic “Missing Link?” Sound off!

What was your favorite film released this month? Let us know in the comments section below!