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    Feb 1, 2019

    8 Awesome Movies Coming To Theaters February 2019

    Horror movies but, also, Legos.

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    What Men Want (Feb. 8)

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    Look, I will see ANYTHING with Taraji P. Henson in it. I would watch her read the phone book for 12 hours straight. We should remake every movie with her playing every character. So in this movie, she can read mens' minds and uses that skill to her advantage...seriously, it's going to be amazing.

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    The Prodigy (Feb. 8)

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    Do you ever see small children and think, "Man, they look like they're plotting my murder?" Well friend-o, do I have a film to enhance that anxiety! When young Miles starts exhibiting ~odd~ behavior, his mother Sarah grapples with her duties as a protective mother and her fear for what Miles may do next. Add this to the list of reasons children are horrifying.

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    The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part (Feb. 8)

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    Your favorite Legos are back at it again with this much-anticipated sequel! Five years after the events of the first film, the gang finds themselves facing their most difficult challenege ever when LEGO DUPLO invaders from outer space crash into their world. With an all-star cast including Chris Pratt, Elizabeth Banks, Will Arnett, Tiffany Haddish, and many, MANY more, this one should win the "Best Ensemble" SAG award in 2020, TBH.

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    Everybody Knows (Feb. 8)

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    Starring maybe the sexiest IRL couple of all time, Penélope Cruz and Javier Bardem, this thriller takes place in the gorgeous country-side of Spain. When a woman (Cruz) travels home for her sister's wedding celebration with her two children in tow, things get dark when the oldest child is suddenly abducted. While searching for her daughter, hidden secrets about the seemingly beautiful town begin to surface.

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    Isn't It Romantic (Feb. 14)

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    Just in time for Valentine's day, this self-aware rom-com promises to deliver as much genre-bending and troupe-breaking as possible! Natalie (Rebel Wilson) has been cynical about love and relationships since childhood, so her worst nightmare comes to life when she's knocked unconscious during a mugging and sent to an alternate reality...one where she's the leading lady in a Rom-Com.

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    Happy Death Day 2U (Feb. 14)

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    In the first film, we saw a bitter sorority girl trapped in a repeating day until she could figure out who kept murdering her. She figured out the murderer and believed she was out of the cycle...BUT NOPE. This time is different, as the killer is now not only coming after her, but all of her friends. In order to end the nightmare, she has to enlist these friends and continue to die until she can figure out the mystery. The perfect Valentine's day film if horror's a little more your speed.

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    Fighting with my Family (Feb. 14)

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    Based on the true story of WWE wrestler Paige's rise to fame, this film follows Paige from her early days living in an all-wrestler family to winning the WWE Diva Championship in 2014. With a ton of humor, heart, and cameos from some wrestling icons, this is truly the film die-hard WWE fans deserve!

    Get your Fandango or Atom tickets here.

    Alita: Battle Angel (Feb. 14)

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    Based on Yukito Kishiro’s acclaimed manga series Battle Angel Alita, this film follows the tale of Alita, a truly awesome cyborg who has lost all of her memories. An amazing fighter and absolute badass, Alita puts those skills to good use, becoming a bounty hunter, in hopes that this may help her regain some semblance of her previous life. This one is sure to be chock-full of action, cool effects, and just overall badassery.

    Get your Fandango or Atom tickets here.

    Which February release are YOU the most excited to see? Did we forgot your favorite? Share in the comments below!

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