Sorry Alexander, go on sucking blood and I'll try to stop talking about this movie sucking. It works out for both of us. Now on to the good stuff (besides that picture 'cause let's be honest, that guy is awesome looking).
Sugar - I loved Half Nelson and that is what brought me to this movie. The same people who made Half Nelson made this. They also did another favorite of mine: It's Kind of a Funny Story. Sugar is a baseball movie, but it's not really a movie about baseball. Great characters and good story development. I really enjoyed it.
It Might Get Loud - This was like the fifth time I've watched this documentary. So good. I'm in love with Jack White but my love for this has more to do with love of musical talent than anything else. If you love Jack like I do, I also suggest you go watch this: Under Great White Northern Lights. This second documentary shows the White Stripes on a tour, sometimes busting in to impromptu shows on buses, when they can't find an appropriate venue and they're bored. Brilliant.
Insidious. There are very few newer horror/thrillers I will give a nod to. This is one of them. Not the best, but definitely made me jump here and there, and a pretty awesome original (kind of) story.
Elegy. This was a great movie. I really love Ben Kingsley. His character in this movie is really hard to like, but totally easy to understand.
Tiny Furniture. Love. I want Lena Dunham to be my new best friend. If you're not watching her new show Girls on HBO you should be. Judd Apatow saw this movie and contacted her to team up with her on the show. I've been in love with Judd ever since Freaks and Geeks. This movie was just honest and awkward, and the show is much the same.
Best Worst Movie. A documentary about Troll 2 (the only movie to have a 0% on Rotten Tomatoes). I could seriously watch this documentary ten times in a row. The main actor/dentist is hysterical, and the director is such an ass you want to punch him in the mouth. You need to watch this. Seriously, get away from your computer and go do it now.
Martha Marcy May Marlene. Love part deux. A great movie about a girl who escapes a cult and reunites with her sister. You realize the girl is crazy and unraveling, and maybe should've just stayed with the damn cult. A really good movie. The cult "leader" is played by John Hawkes, who is one of my favorite actors. If you haven't seen him in Winter's Bone you need to do so immediately. He does such an amazing job in that role. To.Die.For. Seriously.
That's it for April folks. I watched a ton more I didn't write down but they probably weren't worth passing on, if I didn't write them down.