Friday, March 30, 2018

Top 20 Movies to Look Out For In April (2018)

According to Cat

20 Truth or Dare (4/13)

Tag Line: They are dying to play!
Production Companies: Universal Pictures, Blumhouse Productions
Director: Jeff Wadlow
Writers: Jillian Jacobs, Michael Reisz, Christopher Roach, Jeff Wadlow
Actors: Lucy Hale, Tyler Posey, Landon Liboiron, Violett Beane, Nolan Gerard Funk, Hayden Szeto, Sophia Ali, Brady Smith, Aurora Perrineau
Genre: Horror, Thriller
Rated: PG-13
Length: 87 minutes

IMDb BlurbA harmless game of Truth or Dare among friends turns deadly when someone -- or something -- begins to punish those who tell a lie or refuse the dare.

Whoever called the game of Truth or Dare ‘harmless’ was deluding themselves. It’s one of the most popular party games, sure – but it’s rarely simple or innocuous – at least every game I’ve witnessed or participated in. The truth can be just as damaging as a crazy dare, sometimes. It just depends on who you’re playing with, how sadistic they are, and what sort of skeletons everyone keeps in their closets. 

This likely isn’t going to be ‘the best movie ever,’ but it looks like it will be captivating in a Final Destination (2000) sort of way. You know what has to be coming but can’t look away. The cast looks interesting and I like the twist that reminds me of  It Follows (2014), Sure there's not a visible monster stalking the game participants - but that smile thing is creepy as hell and the supernatural curse that can be 'passed along' element is pretty horrifying on its own. 

But seriously, if you're looking for some Friday the 13th appropriate fun, this should be an entertaining choice.

19 10x10 (4/13)

Tag Line: There are some secrets we cannot escape.
Production Companies: Unstoppable Entertainment, Head Gear Films, Metrol Technology, Broadlane Films, Dignity Film Finance
Director: Suzi Ewing
Writers: Noel Clarke, Suzi Ewing
Actors: Luke Evans, Kelly Reilly, Noel Clarke, Olivia Chenery, Jason Maza, Jill Winternitz, Benjamin Hoetjes, Skye Lucia Degruttola
Genre: Thriller
Rated: NR
Length: 88 minutes

IMDb BlurbLewis (Luke Evans) is an outwardly ordinary guy, but in reality he is hiding an obsession - revenge - against Cathy (Kelly Reilly). Lewis kidnaps Cathy in broad daylight and takes her to his home, where he locks her in a soundproof cell and attempt to extract a dark secret from her past.

If I were to sum up my impression of this movie based on the trailer in one word, it would be ‘intense.’

This isn’t exactly the typical film one would expect to be released on Friday the 13th, and yet it’s entirely appropriate to the darker connotations of the date. Obviously, kidnapping is a no-no; but the question burns – what did this lady do to this guy to spark off such a single-minded dedication to revenge-interrogation?

Luke Evans (Immortals, Furious 7, Beauty and the Beast) has a rather impressive screen presence – and also the ability to portray some seriously scary badass characters. His sociopathic character in No One Lives (2012) gave me the heebie-jeebies. I’m more inclined, however, to call this one as somewhere close to the emotional motivation of his character in Dracula Untold (2014) – wrongs to a loved one sparking a bit of a breakdown that causes impaired moral judgement. What. Did. That. Lady. DO??

My burning curiosity demands that I watch this one to find out. It looks to be worth the cost of the ticket, so it should be a win-win.

18 Traffik (4/27)

Tag Line: Refuse To Be A Victim
Production Companies: Primary Wave Entertainment, Lionsgate, Codeblack Films, Hidden Empire Film Group
Director: Deon Taylor
Writer: Deon Taylor
Actors: Paula Patton, Omar Epps, Laz Alonso, Roselyn Sanchez, Dawn Olivieri, Luke Goss, Missi Pyle, William Fichtner
Genre: Action, Thriller
Rated: NR
Length: 95 minutes

IMDb BlurbA couple off for a romantic weekend in the mountains are accosted by a bike gang. Alone in the mountains, Brea and John must defend themselves against the gang, who will stop at nothing to protect their secrets.

This movie seems to be taking a page from the ‘tourists in the wrong place at the wrong time running afoul of the local bad people’ recipe; and at the same time highlighting a current and relevant societal problem of human trafficking. You’ve got to think that anyone involved with that is seriously bad news – perhaps even more so than your typical drug traffickers. Drugs don’t have the potential of escaping and tipping off the police.

Paula Patton (Precious, 2 Guns, Warcraft: The Beginning) and Omar Epps (Against the Ropes, House, Almost Christmas) show some good screen chemistry in the trailer’s scene snippits. It will be interesting to see him in more of an action-heavy and emotionally fraught performance.  Additionally, I am wondering what William Fichtner's (Drive Angry, The Homesman, 12 Strong) role is here. He's had plenty of serious roles, but I think I enjoy those that have his particular delivery of dry humor the most. We'll see!

17 I Feel Pretty (4/27)

Tag Line: Change everything Without changing anything
Production Companies: Huayi Brothers Pictures, Wonderland Sound and Vision, STX Entertainment, Voltage Pictures
Directors: Abby Kohn, Marc Silverstein
Writers: Abby Kohn, Marc Silverstein
Actors: Amy Schumer, Michelle Williams, Rory Scovel, Emily Ratajkowski, Aidy Bryant, Busy Philipps, Tom Hopper, Naomi Campbell
Genre: Comedy
Rated: PG-13
Length: Unknown

IMDb BlurbA woman struggling with insecurity wakes from a fall believing she is the most beautiful and capable woman on the planet. Her new confidence empowers her to live fearlessly, but what happens when she realizes her appearance never changed?

I’ll be honest. I am not the biggest fan of Amy Schumer (Delocated, Trainwreck, Snatched), but I believe in giving credit where it’s due. She has a unique voice in the comedy world and is living testament that curvy girls can make it in an industry that tends to showcase a decidedly different aesthetic.

This movie deals with something close to my heart – self-esteem, body positivity, and a bit of manifest destiny. I know I’ve struggled with my own self-image for a long time. It’s a common issue in this day and age. I like the twist on the Shallow Hal (2001) type story – a change in mental perspective can literally make all the difference in the world.

The movie looks funny, endearing, and is sharing a positive message – definitely worth a shot in my book.

16 Ghost Stories (4/6)

Tag Line: Be careful what you believe in.
Production Companies: Warp Films, Altitude Film Entertainment, Catalyst Global Media, Lionsgate
Directors: Jeremy Dyson, Andy Nyman
Writers: Jeremy Dyson, Andy Nyman
Actors: Martin Freeman, Andy Nyman, Paul Whitehouse, Alex Lawther, Paul Warren, Kobna Holdbrook-Smith, Nicholas Burns, Louise Atkins
Genre: Thriller, Horror
Rated: NR
Length: 97 minutes

IMDb BlurbArch skeptic Professor Phillip Goodman embarks upon a terror-filled quest when he stumbles across a long-lost file containing details of three cases of inexplicable 'hauntings'.

What have you gotten yourself into this time, Bilbo? OK, seriously. Martin Freeman (The Pirates! Band of Misfits, Whiskey Tango Foxtrot, Sherlock) may be the only actor I recognize in this British horror film, but that really isn’t an issue here.

The trailer left me with a sense of dread, and yet a longing to know more. It’s the irresistible draw to figure out what’s behind the closed door. Of course, some doors shouldn’t be opened. 

15 Sun Dogs (4/6)

Tag Line: None
Production Companies: Fábrica de Cine, Caviar, Apartment 3C Productions, Twilight Merengue Studios, Netflix
Director: Jennifer Morrison
Writers: Raoul McFarland, Anthony Tambakis
Actors: Michael Angarano, Allison Janney, Jennifer Morrison, Melissa Benoist, Eric Christian Olsen, Ed O'Neill, J.R. Ramirez, Niko Nicotera
Genre: Comedy, Drama
Rated: NR
Length: 94 minutes

IMDb Blurb: A young man determined to be a military hero, ends up on a misguided adventure with his family and new friend Tally, which leads him to the most unlikely realization of how he can courageously "save lives."

I'm not entirely sure what to make of this film, and yet at the same time it looks heartwarming and endearing. The whole nation was fired up with united heartache and outrage following 9/11. So many wanted to do something that would have an impact, and yet didn't have the means to follow through. This movie seems to be about a young man that sticks firm to his belief that he should make a difference in the world and help right the wrongs of that infamous day. Of course, there's also undertones of family and friendship. I'm interested in seeing where this movie goes.

14 Marrowbone (4/13)

Tag Line: No One Will Ever Separate Us
Production Companies: Mediaset, Magnet Releasing, Lions Gate International, Marrowbone, Mogambo, Telecinco Cinema
Director: Sergio Sánchez
Writer: Sergio Sánchez
Actors: George MacKay, Anya Taylor-Joy, Charlie Heaton, Mia Goth, Matthew Stagg, Kyle Soller, Nicola Harrison, Laura Brook, Tom Fisher, Myra Kathryn Pearse
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Drama
Rated: R
Length: 110 minutes

IMDb BlurbA young man and his three younger siblings, who have kept secret the death of their beloved mother in order to remain together, are plagued by a sinister presence in the sprawling manor in which they live.

The production team made a rather successful shell-game with the trailer for this movie.  While Charlie Heaton (Urban & the Shed Crew, As You Are, Shut In) is the cast member I most recognize, considering my obsession with Stranger Things (2016-), the collection of youngsters playing the Marrowbone children were well put together.

This month's collection of movies have been playing havoc with my sense of curiosity. This is another one that doled out so little in the trailer that it left me with a near burning need to figure out what in the world is going on. There's a tunnel? What in the world was in the sheet?! What happened to these kids' parents? 

13 The House of Tomorrow (4/27)

Tag Line: Make your own future.
Production Companies: Shout! Factory, Superlative Films, Water's End Productions
Director: Peter Livolsi
Writers: Peter Bognanni, Peter Livolsi
Actors: Ellen Burstyn, Nick Offerman, Asa Butterfield, Alex Wolff, Maude Apatow, Michaela Watkins, Alec George
Genre: Comedy, Drama
Rated: NR
Length: 85 minutes

IMDb BlurbThe film tells futurist, architect, and inventor R. Buckminster Fuller's incredible story through two teens hoping to get laid, become punk gods, and survive high school.

This movie looks like an interesting coming-of-age tale with a punky twist. Asa Butterfield (Hugo, Ender's Game, The Space Between Us) has made a name for himself in roles that give him alien and isolated qualities and quiet brilliance. It looks like this movie plays to those strengths as he explores the 'outside world' and life outside his giant futuristic bubble. It should be fun!

12 The Endless (4/6)

Tag Line: From Moorehead & Benson, directors of 'Spring'
Production Companies: Snowfort Pictures, Pfaff & Pfaff Productions, Love & Death Productions,
Rustic Films
Directors: Aaron Moorhead, Justin Benson
Writer: Justin Benson
Actors: Aaron Moorhead, Justin Benson, Callie Hernandez, Tate Ellington, Lew Temple, James Jordan, Shane Brady, Kira Powell
Genre: Sci-Fi, Thriller, Horror, Mystery
Rated: NR
Length: 111 minutes

IMDb BlurbTwo brothers return to the cult they fled from years ago to discover that the group's beliefs may be more sane than they once thought.

All signs point to this movie as a freaky head-trip. That being said, I think I'm more curious about what's going on here than in any of the others on this list which are poking at my sense of curiosity.

I swear I actually tilted my head to the side a little with a 'huh?' expression at a few points during the trailers. I have to say that if the film has the level of anticipation buildup that the preview alluded to, this might just be an edge-of-the seat situation. I am holding hope that something crazy-looking (in a bad way) doesn't spoil the intensity of the suspenseful lead-in.

11 Disobedience (4/27)

Tag Line: Love is an act of defiance.
Production Companies: Braven Films, Element Pictures, Film 4, Stage 6 Films
Director: Sebastián Lelio
Writers: Naomi Alderman, Sebastián Lelio, Rebecca Lenkiewicz
Actors: Rachel Weisz, Rachel McAdams, Alessandro Nivola, Anton Lesser
Genre: Romance, Drama
Rated: R
Length: 114 minutes

IMDb BlurbA woman returns to the community that shunned her for her attraction to a childhood friend. Once back, their passions reignite as they explore the boundaries of faith and sexuality.

This film seems so relevant and important on multiple levels. I think, however, that the talents of Rachel-squared are up to the task of evoking a beautiful love story and its accompanying emotional rollercoaster. 

10 Little Pink House (4/20)

Tag Line: They wanted her out. She wouldn't budge.
Production Companies: Brightlight Pictures, Korchula Productions
Director: Courtney Balaker
Writer: Courtney Balaker
Actors: Catherine Keener, Jeanne Tripplehorn, Colin Cunningham, Callum Keith Rennie, Aaron Douglas, Miranda Frigon, Garry Chalk, April Telek
Genre: Drama
Rated: NR
Length: 98 minutes

Moviefone Blurb: A Connecticut nurse finds herself at the center of a political firestorm and a Supreme Court case centering on eminent domain.

I can't imagine the feeling of learning that the government has decided that your rights as a property owner just don't count because your home is in the way of progress. Who gets to determine the absolute necessity of such progress? Eminent domain is a scary thing. I salute the brave lady who is portrayed in this movie based on her true story. Her little pink house is also adorable. When I was little and pink was still my favorite color, I would have absolutely flipped over it. I was determined that my future home would be that color. My inner child approves of that aspect of this movie, so there's also that. 

Big Fish & Begonia (4/6)

Tag Line: Two Worlds. One Destiny.
Production Companies: Funimation, Shout! Studios, B&T, Huoerguosi ENLIGHT MEDIA
Directors: Xuan Liang, Chun Zhang
Writer: Xuan Liang
Actors: Stephanie Sheh, Johnny Yong Bosch, Todd Haberkorn, Fong Sung, Cindy Robinson, Goddess Wu, Cassandra Morris, Greg Chun
Genre: Animation, Fantasy, Adventure
Rated: PG-13
Length: 105 minutes

Moviefone BlurbA 16-year-old girl embarks on a fantastical and dangerous adventure after transforming into a dolphin. When a boy sacrifices himself to save her, she uses magic to bring him back to life -- only to learn that this power comes at a serious price.

I was surprised to learn that this Funimation movie is based out of China. I was expecting it to be a fresh offering from Studio Ghibli or another of the other leading Japanese anime studios. Regardless, a talented group has put this film together.

The story is heartwarming and profound for its theme of sacrifice and such and the animation is gorgeous. I can't wait to watch this one with my daughter, who is also an anime fan. 

You Were Never Really Here (4/6)

Tag Line: A Lynne Ramsay film.
Production Companies: Why Not Productions, Film 4, British Film Institute (BFI) Production Board
Director: Lynne Ramsay
Writers: Lynne Ramsay, Jonathan Ames
Actors: Joaquin Phoenix, Ekaterina Samsonov, Alessandro Nivola, Alex Manette, John Doman, Judith Roberts, Dante Pereira-Olson, Leigh Dunham
Genre: Drama, Thriller, Mystery
Rated: R
Length: 85 minutes

IMDb Blurb: A traumatized veteran, unafraid of violence, tracks down missing girls for a living. When a job spins out of control, Joe's nightmares overtake him as a conspiracy is uncovered leading to what may be his death trip or his awakening.

One of my first reactions to this trailer was "holy crap." This is certainly Joaquin Phoenix (We Own the Night, Her, Irrational Man) like I've never seen him before (and no, it's not just the facial hair.) His screen presence always has intensity, but this movie looks like it might give a new meaning to the word as it winds through its twists and turns.

This is definitely a hero (maybe an anti-hero?) that I can definitely get behind. With the ever-underlying presence of human trafficking in society and its horrible tendency to prey on young girls; one would hope that there are those with such single-minded determination in finding those that have been stolen away into such a life. I can't wait to peel back all the layers on this plot. 

Overboard (4/13)

Tag Line: A riches to rags story. If only he could remember it.
Production Companies: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Pantelion Films, 3Pas Studios
Directors: Rob Greenberg, Bob Fisher
Writers: Leslie Dixon, Bob Fisher, Rob Greenberg
Actors: Eugenio Derbez, Anna Faris, Eva Longoria, John Hannah, Mel Rodriguez, Omar Chaparro, Adrián Uribe, Cecilia Suárez, Swoosie Kurtz
Genre: Comedy, Romance
Rated: PG-13
Length: 112 minutes

IMDb BlurbA spoiled, wealthy yacht owner is thrown overboard and becomes the target of revenge from his mistreated employee. A remake of the 1987 comedy.

I expect absolute hilarity to ensue here. I remember watching the 1987 movie and it was great. The good news is that this reboot didn't actually bring up any latent nerd-rage about recycled ideas. Honestly, I haven't seen the original since roughly the timeframe it was released in; so I'm a bit fuzzy on those details.

This story? It's less manifest destiny & more manifest karma. I might need to bring some tissues with me because I have a feeling I'll be laughing that hard. 

Submergence (4/13)

Tag Line: Love Has No Limits
Production Companies: Green Hummingbird Entertainment, Lila 9th Productions, Neue Road Movies, Backup Media, Morena Films, PalmStar Media, Umedia, Waterstone Entertainment
Director: Wim Wenders
Writers: Erin Dignam, J.M. Ledgard
Actors: James McAvoy, Alicia Vikander, Alexander Siddig, Celyn Jones, Reda Kateb, Mohamed Hakeemshady, Julien Bouanich, Loïc Corbery
Genre: Drama, Romance, Thriller
Rated: NR
Length: 112 minutes

IMDb BlurbIn a room with no windows on the eastern coast of Africa, a Scotsman, James More, is held captive by jihadist fighters. Thousands of miles away in the Greenland Sea, Danielle Flinders prepares to dive in a submersible to the ocean floor. In their confines they are drawn back to the Christmas of the previous year, where a chance encounter on a beach in France led to an intense and enduring romance.

If you can't decide if you are in the mood for something romantic, a bit of action, or heart-pounding suspense on a thriller's emotional rollercoaster; here's your movie.

The cast looks outstanding, and the story heartwrenching. I absolutely have to watch it, now that I've seen the trailer. I have a NEED to find out what happens to this couple. 

Kings (4/27)

Tag Line: Don't let your family get caught in the crossfire.
Production Companies: Bliss Media, CG Cinéma, Maven Pictures
Director: Deniz Ergüven
Writer: Deniz Ergüven
Actors: Halle Berry, Daniel Craig, Lamar Johnson, Kaalan Rashad Walker, Rachel Hilson
Genre: Crime, Drama, Romance
Rated: R
Length: 87 minutes

IMDb BlurbThe life of a foster family in South Central Los Angeles, a few weeks before the city erupts in violence following the verdict of the Rodney King trial.

Can't we all just get along?

That's a question that burned into my brain and echoes forward from the timeperiod this movie is set in. I remember watching events surrounding what happened to Rodney King on TV - live. This was something that was burned into the social consciousness then - and the issues it shone a spotlight on are still relevant today.

The images of the LA Riots following that fateful verdict filled my screen with a terrifying look at real-world mob-mentality gone awry. If it was scary to watch from a distance, I can only imagine the terror of living through it - or trying to keep my family safe through something like that.

This movie promises to be powerful.

4 Rampage (4/13)

Tag Line: Big Meets Bigger
Production Companies: New Line Cinema, ASAP Entertainment, Wrigley Pictures, Flynn Picture Company, Twisted Media
Director: Brad Peyton
Writers: Ryan Engle, Carlton Cuse, Ryan J. Condal, Adam Sztykiel
Actors: Dwayne Johnson, Naomie Harris, Malin Akerman, Jake Lacy, Joe Manganiello, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, P.J. Byrne, Marley Shelton, Will Un Lee, Matt Gerald
Genre: Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi
Rated: PG-13
Length: 107 minutes

Moviefone BlurbPrimatologist Davis Okoye shares an unshakable bond with George, an extraordinarily intelligent, silverback gorilla that's been in his care since birth. When a rogue genetic experiment goes wrong, it causes George, a wolf and a reptile to grow to a monstrous size. As the mutated beasts embark on a path of destruction, Okoye teams up with a discredited genetic engineer and the military to secure an antidote and prevent a global catastrophe.

OK, I'm going to have a fangirl moment here.

Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson (The Game Plan, Snitch, Moana), Joe Manganiello (True Blood, Sabotage, Smurfs: The Lost Village),  and Jeffrey Dean Morgan (Red Dawn, Desierto, The Walking Dead) are all in the same movie.

Now that I've stopped having heart palpitations, I can get down to the brass tacks.

Rampage looks like a lot of fun. When thinking larger-than-life, this video game adaptation takes that quite literally. This is one of those movies that you just want to take on entertainment value alone. I honestly wouldn't mind if it follows the game's plot or not, but to be fair I haven't played it. This seems to be something that's more about the action and visuals than substance - but hey, I could be wrong there. The potential does exist for there to be some deeper nuances to the story. I'll be pleasantly surprised if that's the case, but it's still worth the price for gargantuan critter mayhem on a giant screen. 

Duck Duck Goose (4/20)

Tag Line: Family can be a wild ride.
Production Companies: Open Road, Original Force
Director: Christopher Jenkins
Writers: Rob Muir, Christopher Jenkins, Scott Atkinson, Tegan West, Christopher Jenkins
Actors: Jim Gaffigan, Zendaya , Lance Lim, Greg Proops, Carl Reiner, Stephen Fry, Jennifer Grey, Natasha Leggero, Craig Ferguson
Genre: Comedy, Family, Adventure, Animated
Rated: PG
Length: 82 minutes

IMDb BlurbA bachelor goose must form a bond with two lost ducklings as they journey south.

Spring Break might already be over in most of the country - but this is definitely a fun movie for all ages that might help laugh away some of the restless 'spring fever' of kids in Summer countdown mode.

The story looks original and has a good message. This definitely looks like a good one if you want to break away from the industry's recycled-ideas-fest. I love the word-play in the movie's name, too. I can't wait for my teen to roll her eyes at me when I point it out to her, too. 

A Quiet Place (4/6)

Tag Line: If they can hear you, they can hunt you.
Production Companies: Paramount Pictures, Sunday Night, Platinum Dunes
Director: John Krasinski
Writers: Bryan Woods, Scott Beck, John Krasinski
Actors: Emily Blunt, John Krasinski, Millicent Simmonds, Noah Jupe, Cade Woodward
Genre: Thriller, Horror
Rated: PG-13
Length: 95 minutes

IMDb BlurbA family is forced to live in silence while hiding from creatures that hunt by sound.

I have been dying to see this movie from the moment I saw its first teaser trailer. It looks absolutely terrifying. I know if I was in a world where something would hunt and murderize me if I made noise, I wouldn't last very long. I'm just not all that graceful. I would die. Horribly. Quickly. It's a good thing it's just a movie!

That being said, I think this might just break new ground in the horror genre and I can't wait. This one will definitely be worth the ticket price to see on the big screen for greater impact. 

Avengers: Infinity War (4/27)

Tag Line: An entire universe. Once and for all.
Production Company: Marvel Studios
Directors: Anthony Russo, Joe Russo
Writers: Christopher Markus, Stephen McFeely, Stan Lee, Jack Kirby, Jim Starlin, George Pérez, Ron Lim, Steve Ditko
Actors: Robert Downey Jr., Chris Hemsworth, Mark Ruffalo, Chris Evans, Scarlett Johansson, Jeremy Renner, Don Cheadle, Josh Brolin, Chris Pratt, Karen Gillan, Chadwick Boseman, Elizabeth Olsen, Sebastian Stan, Zoe Saldana, Paul Bettany, Tom Holland, Danai Gurira, Dave Bautista, Tom Hiddleston, Idris Elba, Benicio Del Toro, Vin Diesel, Paul Rudd, Bradley Cooper, Peter Dinklage, Gwyneth Paltrow, Jon Favreau, Anthony Mackie, Benedict Cumberbatch
Genre: Action, Fantasy, Science fiction, Adventure
Rated: NR
Length: 156 minutes

IMDb BlurbThe Avengers and their allies must be willing to sacrifice all in an attempt to defeat the powerful Thanos before his blitz of devastation and ruin puts an end to the universe.

Epic. Marvel. Mashup. Go!

No, really. This is the stuff my adventurous comic book dreams are made of. Is there really need for any more reason than that? 

Movies to Look out For
According to: Selina

Adventures in Public School .20
Blockers .19
Come Sunday .18
Duck Duck Goose .17
Borg vs. McEnroe .16
Overboard .15
You Were Never Really Here .14
Disobedience .13
Ghost Stories .12
Marrowbone .11
Submergence .10
Wildling .9
Kings .8
Sgt. Stubby: An American Hero .7
Hot Air .6
Rampage .5
The House of Tomorrow .4
A Quiet Place .3
Big Fish & Begonia .2
Avengers: Infinity War .1