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Eight Picks for March Movie Madness

Eight Picks for March Movie Madness

When you think of March Madness, your mind probably goes to basketball. But this month, turn your eyes to the big screen because there’s a ton of new movies dropping that you won’t want to miss.

Here’s RELEVANT’s top picks of the month, including when and where you can see them.

The Weekend Away

March 3 on Netflix

Gossip Girl fans will be pleased to hear that Blair Waldorf herself, Leighton Meester, is back in a thrilling new film. Meester plays Beth, a woman enjoyed the vacation of a lifetime when things suddenly take a turn and her best friend and travel partner is found dead. As she tried to clear her name, things get wilder and wilder. It’s definitely going to be a nail-biter.

After Yang

March 4 in Theaters and Showtime

This not-so-far-off futuristic film explores how one family copes with the loss of their android family member, Yang. Colin Farrell, the father of the family, in particular struggles with the loss of a robotic life. The film looks like it’s going to be a work of art that stays with us for a long time.

The Batman

March 4 in Theaters

The highly anticipated film about Gotham City’s caped crusader finally hits theaters this month. Robert Pattinson has come a long way since the last major film franchise he was part of, so we’re excited to see him step out of the indie spotlight. He’s also joined by an excellent cast that includes Zoë Kravitz, Paul Dano, Jeffrey Wright, Andy Serkis and Colin Farrell.

The Adam Project

March 11 on Netflix

Ryan Reynolds stars in a brand new sci-fi film as a time-traveling pilot who teams up with his younger self and his late father to come to terms with his past while saving the future. It’s made by the same team who created last year’s surprise hit Free Guy, so you know you’re in for a good time. 

Turning Red

March 11 in Theaters

This one is something for the whole family. Pixar’s newest film follows a young girl who needs a little help keeping her emotions in control (very relatable) otherwise she turns into a massive red panda (not very relatable). The trailer looks like it will be a ton of fun, but watch out for Pixar. They know how to tug on the heartstrings when you’re least expecting it.


March 18 in Theaters

Keke Palmer hive, rise! Palmer is absolutely mesmerizing as Alice, a woman who believes she is enslaved on a 19th-century plantation in Georgia, but realizes after she escapes it’s actually 1973. On her journey to understanding her freedom, she works with her new friend (Common) to help reconcile her past.

The Lost City

March 23 in Theaters

When’s the last time you had fun simply watching a movie trailer? Sandra Bullock and Channing Tatum team up for a real-life treasure hunt while trying to outrun a deranged Daniel Radcliffe. If that doesn’t sound exciting to you, just wait til Brad Pitt joins them for some this fun action adventure.

Everything Everywhere All at Once

March 25 in Theaters

We aren’t entirely sure what’s happening in this film, but it’s got Michelle Yeoh so you know it’s going to be a good time. Yeoh is a Chinese immigrant who gets swept up into an insane adventure, where she explores other universes and connects with the lives she could have led. Talk about a multiverse of madness (sorry, we had to).

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