Top Movies Coming Out In March

  1. Greta – 1st

This dark suspense thriller will make you want to look the other way if you come across something that doesn’t belong to you. When Frances (Chloe Grace-Moretz) finds a handbag on a train and returns it to the owner, she quickly befriends the lonely woman. Frances quickly finds out that Greta is not what she seems and her behavior becomes aggressive and obsessive. This movie has plenty of twist and jump scares, you don’t want to see this one alone!


2. Captain Marvel– 8th

The most highly anticipated Marvel movie since Nick Fury dropped his pager at the end of Avengers Infinity War (if you don’t understand go back and watch Infinity War all the way past the credits). Captain Marvel is the most powerful character in the MCU universe and her origin story is particularly different from the other Avenger characters. You’ll definitely leave the theater satisfied and ready for the final Avengers movie.


3. Five Feet Apart– 15th

You might want to bring some tissues for this one cause I can’t even get through the trailer without crying. This movie is about two teens who fall in love. Only problem is they both carry a rare illness that can kill them both if they don’t keep their distance. I know you want to cry already!


4. Us– 22nd

So I think we all can agree that Jordan Peele is redefining the horror genre. His latest film cast Black Panther stars Lupita Nyong’o and Winston Duke as husband and wife in this terrifying thriller. When Peele released the trailer social media went crazy, taking guesses at what it means for the family to be haunted and attacked by their very self. Can you guess what Peele is trying to tell us?!


5. Dumbo– 29th

One of Disney classics have fallen into the hands of the brilliant and creative Director Tim Burton. We know the story of the big-ear baby elephant that can fly. Now we get a chance to see Dumbo come to life on March 29th.


Other movies to look out for in March: A Madea Family Funeral (1st), Wonder Park (15th), Triple Frontier (Released on Netflix on the 15th)