At this point, there's little doubt as to what the most anticipated Movie of April 2018 will be. There have been countless trailers, think pieces, buildups, cosplay events, and so on. But for those who aren't that geeked up about "Super Troopers 2," there are other films coming to entertain, inform, and thrill in the coming month. (That was a joke, in case anybody was confused.)

In all seriousness, movie premiere season begins to pick up next month, as the excitement surrounding the award-winning films of the previous year begins to die down. Here are four flicks to catch in April.

4. 'I Feel Pretty'

She feels pretty, oh so pretty. Amy Schumer strikes again in this comedy. It's about a woman who overcomes her insecurities to become a very confident person. That may not sound amazing, but Schumer always finds a way to make it work. Test screenings reportedly went well. Michelle Williams adds some credibility to the movie as well. [April 20].

3. 'You Were Never Really Here'

More of an indie pick, this movie is already cleaning up on the award circuit. Joaquin Phoenix stars as a hired killer dealing with the effects of PTSD from his time in the war. The film received a seven-minute standing ovation after it screened at the Cannes Film Festival. Phoenix won Best Actor. The film also already has an 89% score on Rotten Tomatoes.

Amazon Studios snagged the American distribution rights to this flick. [April 6]

2. 'Blockers'

Stupid works sometimes. This movie promises to be pretty stupid, but also pretty funny. "Blockers" stars the indomitable John Cena as a doting father who can't handle the maturing of his teenage daughter. Leslie Mann and Ike Barinholtz also star.

It does have an 89% score on Rotten Tomatoes so far, so maybe it'll be just as good as it promises to be hilarious. [April 6]

1. 'Avengers: Infinity War'

This is the biggest superhero movie of the year. Prepare yourself to be overwhelmed at every turn as the entire MCU to this point mashes together for a big, two-part adventure.

Its been all but promised that not everyone survives this installment (early money is on Captain America biting the dust). There are some legitimate concerns about this film, though. One is that the stars of the universe won't be given enough opportunity or independence to shine. Another is that some of the humor could be lost within the expected darkness Thanos brings. All of those questions will be answered soon. [April 27]