37 Of The Best Movies To Stream On Hulu In April

1.Another Round (2020)

Madds Mikkelsen imbibing with his students

2.The Assistant (2019)

Jon Orsini and Julia Garner hard at work

3.Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar (2021)

Kristen Wiig and Annie Mumolo hanging out in the pool

4.Before Midnight (2013)

The final (?) chapter in the Before trilogy once again takes place nine years after the previous film and allows us to become spectators for a day in the life of Jesse (Ethan Hawke) and Céline (Julie Delpy). The couple is now married with a pair of daughters but even though the chemistry between the two remains, it becomes clear that the honeymoon phase of their relationship is long gone. It's by far the least romantic and most tense of the three films, as director Richard Linklater takes an unapologetically honest look at how difficult it is to sustain love over time. Before Midnight almost works as a Rorschach test for the viewer, as your interpretation of the ambiguous ending might reveal your perspective on relationships as a whole. But no matter whether you find the film intensely pessimistic or oddly affirming of love, there's no question that the series remains one of the most fascinating examinations of romance to date.Watch it on Hulu.

5.Black Swan (2010)

Natalie Portman doing ballet

6.*Brigsby Bear (2017)

Kyle Mooney in an animal costume.

7.Charlie's Angels (2000)

Cameron Diaz, Lucy Liu, and Drew Barrymore in rubble.

8.Collective (2019)

Sad-looking man sits with his hands clasped in front of his face

9.Crazy Heart (2009)

Jeff Bridges playing guitar

10.*Crush (2022)

Rowan Blanchard looking perplexed.

11.*Eyes Wide Shut (1999)

Tom Cruise kissing Nicole Kidman's ear.

12.Flee (2021)

Animated character sitting by the window.

13.Fresh (2022)

Sebastian Stan and Daisy Edgar-Jones dancing.

14.Her Smell (2018)

Elizabeth Moss looking angry

15.Hitch (2005)

Eva Mendez and Will Smith in a cooking class.

16.Hustlers (2019)

Constance Wu and Jennifer Lopez sitting together

17.I, Tonya (2017)

Margot Robbie looking into the mirror

18.I'm Your Man (2021)

Dan Stevens and Maren Eggert in a car.

19.Jacinta (2020)

Jacinta and Rosemary talking at the prison fence

20.La La Land (2016)

Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone looking up

21.Mass (2021)

Jason Isaacs, Martha Plimpton, Reed Birney, and Ann Dowd sitting at a table together.

22.Moneyball (2011)

Brad Pitt smiling while Jonah Hill looks at him

23.The Nice Guys (2016)

Russell Crowe and Ryan Gosling getting out of the car

24.Night of the Kings (2020)

Issaka Sawadogo looking very nervous

25.Nomadland (2020)

Frances McDormand looking out into the distance

26.Palm Springs (2020)

Cristin Milioti and Andy Samberg enjoying beer in the pool

27.Parasite (2019)

Song Kang-ho and Jang Hye-jin eating some food

28.Pig (2021)

Nicolas Cage with a lot of bruises on his face.

29.Portrait of a Lady on Fire (2019)

Adele Haenel looking back longingly

30.*Scooby-Doo (2002)

Years after the Mystery Gang broke up due to internal conflict, the members are all recruited to a popular horror-themed tropical island resort in order to investigate a mystery. The live-action take on the classic cartoon was mostly hated by critics at the time but has developed a bit of a cult following in the years since. While the film certainly has its issues — it's tough to ignore how weird Scooby looks — Scooby-Doo benefits from not taking itself too seriously, and the casting of the entire gang is undeniably perfect (especially Lillard's Oscar-worthy performance as Shaggy).Watch it on Hulu.

31.*Shrek (2001)

Donkey and Shrek looking very confused.

32.*Shrek 2 (2004)

Puss-in-Boots looking way too cute.

33.Spencer (2021)

Kristen Stewart looking sad.

34.Summer of Soul (2021)

Hugh Masekela performing at the Harlem Cultural Festival

35.Together Together (2021)

Ed Helms and Patti Harrison in a birth class

36.*Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story (2007)

John C. Reilly holding a microphone to a goat.

37.We Broke Up (2021)

Aya Cash and William Jackson Harper look sad in a car

* Denotes title has been newly added to Hulu for April.

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