Well, here are the reviews for other movies from April...
* The Angels' Share, a heartwarming Ken Loach dramedy about a whisky heist. Let me in on that action!
* The Place Beyond the Pines, an unwieldy family story from the director of Blue Valentine. Are literary pretensions and a strong cast enough to overcome a director's indulgences?
* Room 237, like a collapsing wormhole of internet crazy, a tape loop of nonsense about Stanley Kubrick's The Shining.
* To the Wonder, the latest from Terrence Malick is beautiful and emotionally provocative.
* Trance, wherein Danny Boyle uses Rosario Dawson's private parts to try to hypnotize you into believing that he's not just pulling the same old bullshit.
* April 5: two festivals come to town: the Polyester Pulp series of 1970s crime films and the disjointed Beer and Music Fest. Plus, Thale, a creepy Scandinavian folk tale turned into a creepy modern movie.
* April 12: the environmental documentary Trashed, featuring the very serious face of Jeremy Irons; Elliott Gould and Christopher Plummer in weird and grisly The Silent Partner; and, hey, another environmental disaster in the schlocky 100 Degress Below Zero.
* April 19: Two recent French films, Women on the Sixth Floor and Tomboy, and two 1950s classics, The Little Fugitive and Imitation of Life.
* April 26: Emily Mortimer in the historical drama Leonie, an indie debut called Everything Went Down, and Peter Gabriel in concert.
* 28 Hotel Rooms, an indie romance with an interesting story structure.
* The Devil and Miss Jones, a delightful class comedy from 1941, starring the wonderful Jean Arthur.
* A Message to Garcia, a poor presentation of an otherwise decent early Barbara Stanwyck vehicle.
* Not Fade Away, a rock 'n' roll drama from Sopranos-creator David Chace.
* Once More, with Feeling! a middling Stanley Donen effort from 1959.
* Tatsumi, the animated biography of influential manga creator Yoshihiro Tatsumi