Best Hulu movies to watch before they leave in April 2022

April showers can bring Mayflowers, but they also bring great movies. We’ve compiled a list of the best movies that are set to leave Hulu in April 2022. From romance fan favorites to action-packed flicks, there’s something entertaining on this list for everyone. You can officially stop scrolling – check out our list of the best movies on the streaming service before they’re gone.

(500) Days of Summer (2009)

Leaving April 30

Director: Mark Webb

Writer: Scott Neustadter and Michael H. Weber

Cast: Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Zooey Deschanel, Chloë Grace Moretz, Matthew Gray Gubler, Clark Gregg, Minka Kelly

(500 days of summer is a quirky yet honest look at love and how to move on when that love is lost. Accompanied by an exceptional soundtrack, the film follows the love story of Tom (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) and Summer (Zooey Deschanel) through the ups and downs of their relationship. What sets this rom-com apart is its use of a non-linear narrative structure and attempt to deconstruct the manic pixie dream girl. From the start of their relationship, Summer makes a distinction between falling in love with her and falling in love with the idea of ​​her, which is rare to see in typical love stories. For its charm and authenticity, (500 days of summer remains a staple of the genre.

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Charlie’s Angels (2000)

Leaving April 30

Director:McG

Writer: Ryan Rowe, Ed Solomon and John August

Cast: Cameron Diaz, Drew Barrymore, Lucy Liu, Bill Murray, Sam Rockwell, Tim Curry, John Forsythe

In his directorial debut, McG brings the popular ’70s series to the modern big screen. charlie’s angels stars Cameron Diaz, Drew Barrymoreand lucy liu as the Angels, three badass investigators who work for an invisible millionaire (John Forsythe). Each of them is smart, handsome, and has the martial arts skills to take down their enemies without breaking a sweat in this action comedy. Come for the fun action and stay for the friendship and female angel empowerment. Bonus – the sequel, Charlie’s Angels: full throttleis also available on Hulu, so you can make it a double feature.


First Daughter (2004)

Leaving April 30

Director: Whitaker Forest

Writer: Jessica Bendinger and Kate Kondell

Cast: Katie Holmes, Marc Blucas, Amerie, Lela Rochon Fuqua, Margaret Colin, Michael Keaton

Prepare to fall in love with this romantic comedy about the president’s daughter (Katie Holmes) leaving the comfort of the White House for college. As she tastes freedom, the first daughter falls in love with her PR (Marc Blucas) who is actually an undercover Secret Service agent. first daughter is about self-discovery and forging your own path while being in the public eye, recalling roman holidays. Plus, for fans of the bodyguard crush trope, it’s a sweet love story about finding that safe person who can take care of you physically and emotionally.

Kingdom of Heaven (2005)

Leaving April 30

Director:Ridley Scott

Writer:William Monahan

Cast: Orlando Bloom, Eva Green, Jeremy Irons, David Thewlis, Edward Norton, Brendon Gleeson, Liam Neeson

If you enjoyed The last duelbe sure to check out its spiritual predecessor – kingdom of paradise. During the Crusades, a young blacksmith (Orlando Bloom) in mourning his wife and son leave his home in France to join his father (Liam Neeson) to battle in Jerusalem. Once there, he takes refuge on the political scene and becomes the defender of the city against its external and internal enemies. Although the historical accuracy of the story is lacking, Ridley Scott compensates for this with impressive set designs and sweeping cinematography that immerses you in the epic drama.

Shreek (2001)

Leaving April 30

Director: Andrew Adamson and Vicky Jenson

Writer: Ted Elliot, Terry Rossio, Joe Stillman and Roger SH Schulman

Cast: Mike Myers, Eddie Murphy, Cameron Diaz, John Lithgow

Shrek turns classic fairy tales upside down when an antisocial ogre (Mike Myers) and a talkative donkey (Eddie Murphy) went on an adventure to save a princess (Cameron Diaz). During this thrilling and hilarious journey, Shrek begins to let others in through friendship and love. With its tangy satire and grown-up jokes flying over children’s heads, Shrek stands out as a story of self-acceptance for who you are. Spawning a few sequels and a spin-off, audiences embraced this unlikely hero who shows the world there’s more to him beyond his green looks and that he has layers – like an onion, not a cake. .

Tim Burton’s Corpse Bride (2005)

Leaving April 30

Director: Mike Johnson and Tim Burton

Writer: John August, Caroline Thompson and Pamela Pettler

Cast: Johnny Depp, Helena Bonham Carter, Emily Watson, Tracey Ullman, Richard E. Grant, Christopher Lee

An underrated movie Tim Burtonthe stop motion animated musical tells the story of Victor (Johnny Depp) and his unexpected detour to the land of the dead after unwittingly marrying a deceased wife (Helena Bonham Carter). Together, they help each other find their forever happiness and solve the mystery of the bride’s untimely death. Team up with your frequent collaborator Danny Elfmanthe jovial music blends well with the dark fantasy elements for which Tim Burton is most notable.

The Tree of Life (2010)

Leaving April 30

Writer/director: Terrence Malick

Cast: Brad Pitt, Sean Penn, Jessica Chastain, Tye Sheridan

If you’re looking for a thought-provoking film, Terrence Malik writes and directs this deeply philosophical film about the creation of the universe alongside the story of a suburban Texas family. Jack (Sean Penn) attempts to make sense of her life by reflecting on her childhood memories. In the past, he recounts memories with his two brothers (one of whom would later die), his affectionate relationship with his mother (Jessica Chastain), and his conflicted relationship with his father (brad pitt). Paired with stunning visuals from the cinematographer Emmanuel Lubezki, The tree of life is a meditation on the rationalization of existential crises through the mirror of time.

Dusk (2008)

Leaving April 30

Director:Catherine Hardwicke

Writer: Melissa Rosenberg

Cast: Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson, Billy Burke, Anna Kendrick, Cam Gigandet, Peter Facinelli

Before Kristen Stewart got his first Oscar nomination and Robert Pattinson was the caped crusader they starred in the hugely popular vampire romance movies. Based on the young adult book series, Dusk introduces the audience to Bella, the school’s new girl, who finds herself drawn to the mysterious Edward Cullen and his family, who have their own dark secret: they are vampires who don’t drink human blood. Although the obstacles they face are dangerous, Bella and Edward face them because their love for each other is undying. If you’re looking to maintain vampire angst, the The Twilight Saga is available on Hulu and also releases at the end of the month.

White Men Can’t Jump (1992)

Leaving April 30

Director: Ron Shelton

Cast: Wesley Snipes, Woody Harrelson, Rosie Perez, Kadeem Hardison

white men can’t jump turns 30 and what better way to celebrate than by revisiting this classic ’90s comedy. Wesley Snipes and Woody Harrelson stars as an unlikely duo of basketball hustlers who work together to make money on the street courts of Los Angeles. The comedy also features an epic cameo from the late great Peril host, Alex Trebekaccording to Billy’s girlfriend, Gloria (Rosie Perez), achieves his lifelong dream of being on the game show. From fashion to the birthplace of famous yo mama jokes, the cultural impact cannot be overstated; white men can’t jump comes as a perfect time capsule of a specific place and time, celebrating the Los Angeles street court scene.


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