Malcolm & Marie
This film starts out focusing on a couple taking time out to spend some alone time together after a successful night for one of them. When everything they have worked for seems to finally be within their reach, they are put to the test as they both discover things that shatter the image of their relationship and each other. Sam Levinson (Euphoria) directs the Zendaya and John David Washington led film. On Netflix February 5.
The year is 2092 and the Earth is on the brink of destruction. For the salvage crew of The Victory an unintended run-in during a trading mission leads this group of misfits to unearth explosive secrets that could cost them their lives or provide them with their last chance to escape the planet. On Netflix February 5.
I Care A Lot
A con artist gains court appointed legal guardianship over elderly citizens, trapping them and gaining control over their finances. Little does she know that her latest victim is a powerful gangster and may be the final line that ends not only her scams but her life. Starring Rosamund Pike and Peter Dinklage. On Netflix February 19.
To All The Boys – Always And Forever
This teen romantic comedy is based on Jenny Han’s 2017 novel “Always and Forever, Laura Jean.” A sequel to “To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You” and is the third in the “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before” trilogy. In this installment, Lara Jean is about to graduate high school, the next step in what she thought was an ideal life. Thanks to two life changing trips she begins to reimagine her future with family, friends and worse yet, her boyfriend Peter. Was the life she once imagined the future to be just a fantasy? On Netflix February 12.
There’s Someone Inside Your House
What should be a period of celebration for Makani and her friends turns into a nightmare. A serial killer is stalking and killing the students at their school, using their secrets to torment them. The clock is ticking for them to find the killer before they become its next target. Based on the book by Stephanie Perkins. On Netflix this month.
A love story following Greg (Owen Wilson) who, after being divorced and then fired, meets the mysterious Isabel (Salma Hayek). Unbeknownst to Greg, Isabel is a drifter living on the streets and convinces Greg that the world they live in is a computer simulation. Isabela believes that there’s a happier, better life beyond this one. Directed and Written by Mike Cahill. On Amazon Prime February 5.