Sometimes, you just want to curl up with a bowl of popcorn and watch some Netflix… Well, don’t worry – we’ve got you covered! Check out our top Netflix picks out of the new releases that are coming out during the month of February.
Charlie's Angels (2000)
If you haven’t seen it yet, now is your chance to watch this action-packed, crime-busting classic. Full of girl power, this one will definitely hype you up!
Summary: “Drew Barrymore, Lucy Liu, and Cameron Diaz are Charlie’s new crime-fighting Angels in this movie remake of the classic 1970s TV show.”
Johnny English (2003)
Rowan Atkinson always delivers a good comedy. If you’ve had a rough day and you’re looking for a good laugh, Johnny English’s amusing antics are sure to lighten your mood.
Summary: “A subpar British spy (Rowan Atkinson) must stop a thief (John Malkovich) from stealing the Crown Jewels.”
This whimsical adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s novel for children has something magical in it for both kids and adults. It’s a meaningful love story full of detail that will stay with you long after you watch it.
Summary: “Tristan Thorn (Charlie Cox) ventures into a forbidden magical realm to locate a fallen star for his beloved.”
Open Season (2006)
This animated movie about a bear and his deer friend is fun for the whole family! It’ll be available February 15.
Summary: “A domesticated grizzly bear (voiced by Martin Lawrence) finds himself back in the wild after he rescues a mule deer (voiced by Ashton Kutcher).”
Cooked: Season 1
If you love cooking, then you’re sure to enjoy this documentary about how cooking began and the elements (literally!) that have historically contributed to making a meal. Available February 19.
Summary: “Food writer Michael Pollan investigates the physical elements of cooking used throughout history (fire, air, earth, and water) in this four-part docuseries.”
Love: Season 1
In the mood for something romantic, but ‘real’ at the same time? You should stay tuned for this one on February 19.
Summary: “Judd Apatow executive produces this modern exploration of thirtysomethings falling in and out of love in Los Angeles.”
Fuller House: Season 1
This reboot of Full House will give you a dose of nostalgia if you used to watch the original. Available February 26.
Summary: “In the Netflix reboot of the TGIF classic, D.J. (Candace Cameron Bure), Stephanie (Jodie Sweetin), and Kimmy (Andrea Barber) move into the Tanners’ iconic San Francisco house to raise D.J. and Kimmy’s kids.”
The Year Dolly Parton Was My Mom (2011)
This coming-of-age film’s unusual title almost speaks for itself! Sounds like a must-watch.
Summary: “An adopted 11-year-old becomes convinced that Dolly Parton is her birth mother and sets off to discover the truth.”
Tin Man: "Search For the Emerald" (2007)
Did you grow up loving The Wizard of Oz? Then you might be interested in checking out an intriguing reboot of the classic story.
Summary: “In this unique spin on The Wizard of Oz, Dorothy (Zooey Deschanel) is a Midwestern waitress who joins a group of misfits in the territory of O.Z.”
The tragic story of two lovers kept apart by a twist of fate during World War II may not be for the kids, but it’ll certainly move you and leave its mark on your heart. Be ready to go into this one with a box of tissues handy! Be ready to go into this one with a box of tissues handy!
Summary: “A girl’s (Saoirse Ronan) split-second decision changes the lives of her sister (Keira Knightley) and her sister’s lover (James McAvoy) forever.”