Top 10 Hollywood Movies Released in April 2016
Summertime is here and in the heat of such a weather one only waits for one thing, to pass their time by watching movies or doing some other leisurely activities, but mostly watching movies. Here is a list of top 10 Hollywood movies that were released in April 2016.
10. Amityville: The Awakening
A supernatural horror film that was released on 14th April, 2016. The plot goes something like this that a girl along with her brother and single mother move into a new house in order to pay for her brother’s treatment. As the time passes on they experience supernatural occurrences and soon the girl realizes that her mother hid a dark secret from her, which was that they actually moved into the infamous Amityville house.
9. God’s Not Dead 2
Released on April 1st, God’s Not Dead stars Melissa Jones Hart as a high school teacher who gets sued by one of her students because of the use of quotes from bible. This one move on her part led to a case which could end her career for good.
Released in April, Pandemic is a movie set in future where a virus has caused an epidemic and there are more infected people than uninfected, survival rate is very low. The only hope for cure is one doctor who moves from New York to LA to find uninfected people and fight the battle against the epidemic for the survival of humanity.
7. Louder Than Bombs
The movie came out on 8th of April, 2016. The movie’s plot is heartbreaking and touching. It is about a woman who dies and is remembered as a wife, mother and a wartime photographer.
6. The Jungle Book 2016
Based on the animated movie The Jungle Book movie was released on 7th April. It depicts the story of a baby boy who was raised in the jungle among a group of animals.
5. The Huntsman: Winter War
As two sisters plan to vanquish the area; two mavericks – Eric the Huntsman – who beforehand supported Snow White in overcoming Ravenna, and his illegal significant other, Sara set out to stop them.
4. Hostile Border
Brought up in the U.S., Claudia (22) is an undocumented worker living past her methods in a contorted rendition of the American dream. When she’s captured by the FBI for MasterCard extortion, Claudia is immediately expelled to México. Talking no Spanish and lost in her remote “country,” she reluctantly takes asylum at her offended father’s steer’s farm. As she conflicts with her steadfast father, her endeavors to return home to the U.S. pushed her into an unsafe bond with a remote dealer, Ricky. Gotten between her dad’s sermons, Ricky’s guarantees, and the infringing military, Claudia must explore a tightrope of unthinkable decisions.
Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele, a.k.a. the immensely well known parody twosome Key and Peele, star as Clarence and Rell, two cousins who live in the city yet are a long way from streetwise. At the point when Rell’s dearest little cat, Keanu, is catnapped, the miserably no nonsense pair must mimic merciless executioners keeping in mind the end goal to invade a road pack and recover the purloined cat. However, the extraordinarily cute little cat turns out to be coveted to the point that the battle about his guardianship makes a pack war, compelling our two unwitting legends to take the law into their own particular hands.
2. Ratchet and Clank
Ratchet and Clank recounts the narrative of two far-fetched saints as they battle to stop a disgusting outsider named Chairman Drek from crushing each planet in the Solana Galaxy. Wrench is the remnant of a dying breed – a rash “lombax” who has grown up alone on a backwater planet with no group of his own. Thump is a slight robot with a bigger number of brains than muscle. At the point when the two unearth a hazardous weapon fit for devastating whole planets, they should unite with a group of vivid legends called The Galactic Rangers to spare the universe. Along the way, they will find out about valor, kinship, and the significance of finding one’s own character.
1. Green Room
Down on their fortunes punk rockers The Ain’t Rights are completing up a long and unsuccessful visit, and are going to throw in the towel when they get a startling booking at a confined, rundown club somewhere down in the boondocks of Oregon. What appears to be simply to be a third-rate gig grows into something significantly more evil when they witness a demonstration of savagery backstage that they weren’t intended to see. Presently caught backstage, they should go head to head against the club’s debased proprietor, Darcy Banker (Stewart), a man who will do anything to secure the privileged insights of his odious endeavor. Be that as it may, while Darcy and his partners in crime think the band will be anything but difficult to dispose of, The Ain’t Rights substantiate themselves substantially more clever and skilled than anybody expected, turning the tables on their clueless captors and setting the stage for a definitive critical standoff.