'Avengers: Endgame' is showing in cinemas now and it's the one Marvel fans have been waiting over a decade for. However, not everyone out there is a Marvel slash superhero movie fan. In fact, with 'Captain Marvel', DC's 'Shazam!' and 'Hellboy' still in cinemas, it may feel like superhero movies are dominating the screen.

Fortunately, there are plenty of other movies showing in cinemas now. Whether you're in the mood for a drama, horror, or musical delight, there's plenty out there.

Here are our picks of the best movies in cinemas now.


'Eighth Grade'

'Eighth Grade' follows Kayla Day's (Elsie Fisher) struggles to get through the last week of eighth grade before the class breaks for summer. She may be moving onto high school but the awkwardness and anxieties of adolescence continue to plague her.

Read our 5/5 stars review here.


'Wild Rose'

Fresh from prison, Rose-Lynn (Jessie Buckley) dreams of becoming a country music star. With two children to look after, she takes a job as a house cleaner and strikes up a friendship with Susanah (Sophie Okonedo) who kick starts events that might just help Rose achieve her dream.

Read our 4/5 stars review here.



Adelaide Wilson (Lupita Nyong'o), her husband (Wilson Duke) and her two children (Evan Alex and Shahadi Wright Joseph) try to enjoy a holiday on the beaches of Santa Cruz. However, their peace is cut short when a family that looks just like them appears in their driveway and begins to terrorise them.

Read our 4/5 stars review here.


'Pet Sematary'

Dr. Louis Creed (Jason Clarke) and his wife, Rachel (Amy Seimetz), relocate from Boston to rural Maine with their two young children (Jete Laurence and Hugo / Lucas Lavoie). The couple soon discovers a mysterious burial ground hidden deep in the woods near their new home.

Read our 4/5 stars review here.


'The Sisters Brothers'

The Sisters Brothers Eli (John C. Reilly) and Charlie (Joaquin Phoenix) have been making a living for years now as assassins employed by the Commodore (Rutger Hauer). Their next job is to take out a man named Hermann Warm (Riz Ahmed), who the Commodore claims stole from him.

Read our 4/5 stars review here.