There’s an enormous Marvel movie out this weekend. (But did you see Black Panther yet?) There’s also a foreign film that seems charming and a romance starring Alia Shawkat!
The Test & The Art of Thinking is a documentary about the SAT and ACT and whether or not it’s an enormous waste of childrens time. Ahhhh!
Disobedience stars Rachel Weisz, Rachel McAdams and Alessandro Nivola. A woman returns to New York after the death of her father, a rabbi in the Orthodox community.
The Gospel According to André is a documentary about fashion icon André Leon Talley.
Avengers: Infinity War is, according to MarvelDisney, the greatest superhero movie of all time, and all 34 Marvel films led to this. I don’t know, I had to wait 33 movies for Black Panther, so I feel doubtful about this noisy, enormous crossover.
Jet Trash is the story of two slackers hiding out in India to avoid the British mob.
Backstabbing For Beginners stars Theo James and Ben Kingsley. A young man uncovers corruption at the U.N. Based on a true story.
Kings stars Halle Berry and Daniel Craig. Berry is a single mother in South Central Los Angeles trying to keep her children safe during the 1992 riots. Craig is her reclusive neighbor who comes to her aid.
Let The Sunshine In is a French comedy about a smart woman wasting her time on fuckbois. Directed by Claire Denis and starring Juliette Binoche.
Duck Butter is a comedy starring Alia Shawkat and Laia Costa as two women who fall in love. Mae Whitman, Hong Chau, Kumail Nanjiani, and the Duplass bros also star.
Today on Netflix, the second season of 3% and the first season of The New Legends of Monkey. Also Bobby Kennedy for President, a documentary series about Robert F. Kennedy: