What to Watch in February

Here’s a list of movies to look forward to in February.

Sonic in “Sonic the Hedgehog.”

Sonic The Hedgehog


Based on a worldwide sensational game series by SEGA, Sonic the Hedgehog tells about the adventures of the fastest hedgehog experiences on earth  Earth with his human friend Tom played by James Marsden. Together as a team, they are trying to protect the planet from the villain from, Mr. Robotnik who is voiced by Jim Carrey. 


Harley Quinn, played by Margot Robbie, in Birds of Prey.

Birds Of Prey


Starring Margot Robbie, “Birds of Prey” is a spin off of  “Suicide Squad,” only this time only Harley Quinn is present. After splitting from an abusive relationship with Joker, Harley tries to continue living and finds new friends. She tries to save a young girl named Cass from a criminal mastermind Roman. It has been rumored that Birds of Prey will be the first movie of a “Harley Quinn Trilogy”. 


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Ride Your Wave


From visionary director Masaaki Yuasa, “Ride Your Wave” is an animated movie about self-exploration, love and sorrow. Hinako Mukaimizu is new to town and when her apartment catches on fire, a young handsome firefighter named Minato rescues her. Later on they fall in love, Hinako truly believes she has found the one. One tragic day, Minato loses his life in a sea accident. In deep misery, Hinako starts to despise the ocean. While looking at it and singing a song that reminds her of Minato, he appears in the water. She discovers that she can summon Minato every time she sings their song to every water source. The movie shows the struggle of letting go of someone you truly love and learning how to move on.  



To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You

RELEASE DATE: Feb 12, 2020

Teen heartthrobs Peter Kavinsky, played by Noah Centineo and Lara Jean Song Covey, played by Lana Condor, return to Netflix to star in the sequel, “To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You.” Peter and Lara have made their relationship official in school. The film introduces John Ambrose, played by Jordan Fisher, as one of Laura Jean’s love letter receivers and past middle school crush. It turns out those feelings might be mutual, and Peter might not be the only one with Lara Jean on his mind.


Lucy Hale in Fantasy Island.

Fantasy Island

RELEASE DATE: Feb 14, 2020

“Fantasy Island” introduces the perplexing Mr. Roarke as a dream maker to his visitors, at a luxurious secluded resort. However, things don’t seem like they are supposed to be because these fantasies turn into nightmares; these guests are left to decode the island’s strange problem to escape with their life.


Harrison Ford in The Call of the Wild.

The Call of the Wild

RELEASE DATE: Feb 21, 2020

Based on the novel, “The Call of the Wild” explores a dog named Buck whose life is put out of order when he is taken out of his cozy home in California and is transported to Alaskan Yukon in the 1800s. He lives his life as a newcomer mail-delivery dog. Buck is undergoing the event of a lifetime as he tries to explore his place in the new world.