Still reeling from the release of "Avengers: Infinity War?" In some strange way, we all are. It was hyped up to be one of the most exciting superhero Movies of all-time; in the eyes of many, it lives up those expectations. But now, we must persist in a world of cliffhangers and hangovers from the MCU. Nevertheless, there will be films to see in May. Will you witness any of them?

Here are the five best movies coming out in May.

5. 'Life of the Party'

A few times a year now, we can rely on Melissa McCarthy to bring some laughs to the movies. She teams up with husband Ben Falcone once again here, with Gillian Jacobs and Maya Rudolph among those for the ride.

There's no way going to college with your daughter could backfire, right? Well, anyway. [May 11]

4. 'Tully'

Do you like being happy and sad at the same time? This Movie depicts the heartwarming and heartbreaking friendship of a single mother (Charlize Theron) and her babysitter. This is Diablo Cody's first screenwriting credit in three years. When the dust settles on this one, we'll see if she has a future in the business. [May 4]

3. 'Book Club'

This movie should be cathartic for old souls like myself. It's about exactly what the title suggests. Four women form a book club, where they read the American classic "Fifty Shades of Grey." Seriously. Diane Keaton and Jane Fonda lead the pack of women who are bound to rediscover the pleasure of life, one way or another.

[May 18]

2. 'Solo: A Star Wars Story'

As a "Star Wars" diehard, it's hard not to be worried. This movie has gone through tumultuous times, from re-writes to casting decisions to directorial changes. Frankly, the trailers haven't helped its cause. The first anthology film in the new universe was great, though. Alden Ehrenreich looks less and less like an inspiring choice to play Han Solo.

At least Donald Glover is going to steal every scene as a young Lando Calrissian. [May 25]

1. 'Deadpool 2'

The crassest superhero we've ever met is back for another round next month. He's bringing a few friends along, including characters played by Terry Crews and Zazie Beetz. Meanwhile, the film's primary baddie is played by Josh Brolin.

There are valid concerns that this movie won't be able to match the caliber and shock factor that the original iteration provided. But it should still be a thrilling ride through the lighter (and simultaneously darker) side of the superhero industry. [May 18]