The full list for April 2015 is below, but first here are the top 5 picks from our movie guy, Kevin McCarthy:
#1) Bound (1996): Before "The Matrix," The Wachowskis directed this classic drama/romance starring Gina Gershon, Jennifer Tilly and Joe Pantoliano. The film is incredibly directed and was made for under $5 million.
#2) Hot Fuzz (2007): Ever since "Shaun of the Dead," Edgar Wright has proven he is one of the best directors working today. Wright still shoots on 35mm film, which is very rare in the film business-- ironically. The film really captures Simon Pegg and Nick Frost's love for great action flicks like "Bad Boys 2" and "Point Break."
#3) Noah (2014): An incredible, intense, well-acted and beautifully directed film. Darren Aronofsky's "Noah" sparked a ton of controversy that had the world talking. Clint Mansell's score is haunting and beautiful. Russell Crowe delivers one of the best performances of his career.
#4) Underworld (2003): I always LOVED the color tone of the "Underworld" films. The films always had a blue tint and the action was so much fun. Who doesn't want to see vampires versus werewolves? Kate Beckinsale proves that she is a fantastic action star. Plus, the singer from "Love Actually" plays a great villain! Bill Nighy is awesome!
#5) National Treasure (2004): A clever, fun, action-packed adventure that is great for the entire family. I grew up watching Nicolas Cage flicks like "Face/Off," "Con-Air," "Raising Arizona," and "The Rock." Recently, Cage really did fantastic work in Matthew Vaughn's "Kick-Ass."