If April brings showers, then that's all the more reason to curl up with a good laptop and stream one of these movies or shows. Also of note are a few gems leaving the service this month. Pour one out for Miss Hannigan. (Carol Burnett's version, obviously.)

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“They Came Together”

The always delightful Paul Rudd and Amy Poehler team up in this parody of romantic comedies (available April 16). Bonus points for a supporting cast that includes Max Greenfield, Bill Hader and one Detective Elliot Stabler (er, Christopher Meloni). 

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“Hot Fuzz”

Another parody, this time a send-up of the archetypal action flick, Hot Fuzz (available April 16) follows a pair of unintentionally hilarious British policemen as they struggle to solve a string of mysterious deaths. Also of note: an uncredited, blink-and-you'll-miss-it Cate Blanchett cameo. 

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“National Treasure”

Join Nicolas Cage (available April 27) on his epic journey to--cue Andy Samberg voice--steal the Declaration of Independence?.

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“Leprechaun 3,” “Leprechaun 4” and “Leprechaun 6”

Sometimes you're in the mood for a so-bad-it's-good horror movie. For those times, may we recommend the third, fourth and sixth installments of the Leprechaun franchise? They're all available April 1--talk about luck!

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“Sons of Anarchy” Season 7

Bid adieu to the badasses of Charming by watching the seventh and final season of the series (available April 25) that made you fall in love with Charlie Hunnam--and debate how bad it would actually be to join a motorcycle gang. 

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Last Call: “Gentlemen Prefer Blondes”

Marilyn Monroe. Jane Russell. That pink dress. Need we say more? (Ends April 1)

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Last Call: “Annie”

Watch this classic and forget the Jamie Foxx-Cameron Diaz remake ever happened. (Ends April 1)

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Last Call: “Madeline”

See Frances McDormand as Miss Clavel, a nun who makes French orphanhood look not totally unbearable. (Ends April 1)

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