5 films in March 2023 that you must watch

It’s only two months away, but so far, 2023 has been pretty amazing for movie lovers. M3GAN It was an entertaining horror comedy, and Infinity pool it made everyone think about the nature of life and complement them with massive amounts of bodily fluids. Sure, the latest Marvel movie was a dud, but not every movie can be a winner.

March promises to carry on that winning streak with an eclectic array of sequels, indies, and a film featuring Adam Driver toting guns against prehistoric dinosaurs in the past. All that, plus a great suspense film about the creation of the Tetris. it promises to be the best month of filming yet in 2023.

Scream VI (March 10)

Scream VI | Super Bowl Spot | Paramount Pictures UK

of last year Scream the Ghostface franchise was revived with a reboot/sequel that mixed some veterans (Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox, and David Arquette) with some fresh blood (Jenna Ortega, who is now a much bigger star thanks to Wednesday) to great results. It’s no surprise that a sequel should follow, and like the criminal underrated Scream 3the bloodshed moves from Woodsboro and to a new location: New York City.

Like Jason Voorhees before him, Ghostface will slip and dunk in the Big Apple, with some new bodies to maim and the return of a franchise fan favorite: Hayden Panettiere’s Kirby from Scream 4. The trailers show that this sequel has promise, and the new setting (Subways! Fire escapes! Subsidized rent!), along with Ortega’s expanded role, indicate that this Scream will be one to remember.

65 (March 10)

65 – Official Trailer – In Cinemas only March 10

There is no doubt about that 65 who has the best hook in any movie 2023: Adam Driver battle dinosaurs … with guns. How is this possible? Doesn’t matter? The IS 65 in the title it refers to 65 million years BC, that is the era spaceman Driver mistakenly travels through time when he lands his ship full of passengers on a deserted planet, which he quickly discovers is Earth (cue Planet the Apes theme ). To return home, Driver must protect the other survivor of the crash, a child named Koa, and fight all kinds of prehistoric monsters.

If the premise isn’t enough to sell you on this film, maybe some of the creative team involved will. The film is written and directed by Scott Beck and Bryan Woods, who wrote the original version A Quiet Place — so they know a thing or two about creating character-driven stories and generating effective suspense. They are joined by renowned composer Danny Elfman, who has scores Batman and The Nightmare Before Christmas prove he can compose a memorable tune or two. This is the main draw of the film, however: Kylo Ren runs amok in Jurassic Park. If that’s not enough to get you to watch this, I don’t know what is.

Inside (March 17)

IN – Official Trailer – In Theaters March 17th

You know that old saying that an actor is so good, you can watch him or her reading the phone book and still be entertained? Well, Willem Dafoe is going to test that, and succeed, with the new psychological thriller Insidewhich puts the former Green Goblin in a room and lets him tear up the scenery… or, at the very least, tear some of them in half with his bare hands.

Dafoe is an art thief trapped inside a New York mansion after a heist he’s been pulling goes horribly wrong. Alone and unable to call for help (because, you know, he is a criminal who wants to steal millions of dollars of art), he must find a way to escape or die trying. This kind of high-concept film can only work with the right actor, and Dafoe fits the bill. In movies as different as Light Sleep, Shadow of the vampireand The Florida Projecthe’s proven to be one of the best actors around, and I can’t wait to see what he does in a pressure cooker movie.

John Wick: Chapter 4 (March 24)

John Wick: Chapter 4 (2023) Final Trailer – Keanu Reeves, Donnie Yen, Bill Skarsgård

Who says the third time is the charm? Lionsgate is banking on number 4 with its popular franchise built around John Wick, who is still howling that damn dog! The fourth installment, ER, promises more guns, bullets, double crosses, and cool-looking action cinematography, and it’s time to pull that off. John Wick: Chapter 4 will clock in at about two hours and 49 minutes, which seems too long to me, but what do I know? I’m just an entertainment reporter.

Reeves’ return is his own Matrix co-stars Laurence Fishburne as The Bowery King, alongside an impressive roster of John Wick vets and new additions to the franchise that include martial arts master Donnie Yen as a blind assassin, it actor Bill Skarsgård as the main antagonist, Ian McShane as Wick’s friend Winston Scott, and rock musician Rina Sawayama as the mysterious Akira. Filmed in Paris, Berlin, Japan. and New York City, John Wick: Chapter 4 promises of a trip around the globe, and splashing blood on famous monuments. The director, Chad Stahelski, helmed the previous three John Wicks, so if you liked those movies (and you probably did), then you’ll probably like this one.

Tetris (March 31)

Tetris – Official Trailer | Apple TV+

What is the most popular video game of all time? For a long time, the answer was Tetris. (He has resigned Minecraft and car theft.) Everyone who had a Game Boy and a pulse played Tetris. The game is still played today on computers, mobile phones and next generation systems. There is even a cool restart game called Tetris Effect Online Game a good old fashioned wedding Tetris gameplay with a great soundtrack and psychedelic visuals.

After all these years, the video game is still relevant, and thanks to Apple TV+, everyone will discover how addictive such a video game was. Black birdTaron Edgerton stars as Henk Rogers, the Dutch entrepreneur who acquired the distribution rights Tetris and, in the process, helped create a global phenomenon. I know that sounds dry, but the trailer promises all kinds of action, including thick Russian accents, spying (?!?), dudes playing tennis with thick mustaches, and tanks rumbling down a snowy Moscow street. There is much more to this story than meets the eye, and Tetris it will help fill those gaps.

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