The 10 best movies coming to Netflix in February 2023
- Watch all “The Lord of the Rings” movies.
- Also “La La Land,” “Bad Boys,” and “Spanglish.”
- Plus Netflix original movies “Your Place or Mine” and “We Have a Ghost.”
“Bad Boys” (February 1)
Head down to Miami and spend some time with Will Smith and Martin Lawrence as two of the wackiest detectives in The Magic City. Along with the comedy/action talents of Smith and Lawrence there’s also Michael Bay coming into his own as an action director. Not enough? “Bad Boys II” is also available.
“Call Me By Your Name” (February 1)
Watch the movie that showcased to all of us the incredible talents of Timothée Chalamet. Here he plays a teen spending his summer in Italy who forms a love affair with his father’s intern (Armie Hammer).
“It” (February 1)
This latest adaptation of the Stephen King classic novel scared the heck out of all of us thanks to Bill Skarsgård’s portrayal of the frightening Pennywise.
“La La Land” (February 1)
Damien Chazelle’s love letter to LA and the Hollywood musical is also an amazing love story thanks to the chemistry between its leads Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone.
Stone won an Oscar for her performance while Chazelle won best director.
All “The Lord of the Rings” movies (February 1)
If you are up for an epic marathon you can sit down and watch “The Fellowship of the Ring,” “The Two Towers,” and “The Return of the King.”
Or you can stretch the movies out over the whole month. Your choice.
“Spanglish” (February 1)
Adam Sandler is fantastic in this dramedy in which he plays a father juggling work and home life, which gets complicated when the Mexican woman (Paz Vega) who works for the family and her daughter live with him and his family for the summer.
“Underworld” (February 1)
Based on a Marvel character, Kate Beckinsale stars in the role of Selene, a vampire warrior who battles werewolves and falls for a human man (Scott Speedman).
“Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile” (February 4)
Get the kids ready, Lyle is coming home. Based on the children’s book, Shawn Mendes voices the lovable crocodile. Javier Bardem and Constance Wu also star.
“Your Place or Mine” (February 10)
This new Netflix original romantic comedy stars Reese Witherspoon and Ashton Kutcher as two best friends who decide to swap houses, and basically their lives, for a week.
“We Have a Ghost” (February 24)
Here’s another Netflix original. From Christopher Landon (“Happy Death Day” franchise, “Freaky”), this horror comedy stars David Harbour as a ghost of a house who is discovered and becomes an internet sensation.
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