Oscar-nominees make their way to theaters this month alongside a modern take on Frankenstein, a new Demon Slayer movie and more
'Argylle' February 2nd (Theaters)
From the twisted mind of Matthew Vaughn (Kingsman franchise, Kick-Ass) comes Argylle, a razor-witted, reality-bending, globe-encircling spy thriller. Bryce Dallas Howard (Jurassic World franchise) is Elly Conway, the reclusive author of a series of best-selling espionage novels, whose idea of bliss is a night at home with her computer and her cat, Alfie. But when the plots of Elly’s fictional books - which center on secret agent Argylle and his mission to unravel a global spy syndicate -begin to mirror the covert actions of a real-life spy organization, quiet evenings at home become a thing of the past.
'Perfect Days' February 7th (Theaters)
Wim Wenders' Perfect Days, a tender, shimmering marvel that celebrates the beauty of the everyday. Winner of the Best Actor award at Cannes, and nominated for the Best International Film award at the 96th Academy Awards.
'Lisa Frankenstein' February 9th (Theaters)
A coming of RAGE love story from acclaimed writer Diablo Cody (Jennifer’s Body) about a misunderstood teenager and her high school crush, who happens to be a handsome corpse. After a set of playfully horrific circumstances bring him back to life, the two embark on a murderous journey to find love, happiness…and a few missing body parts along the way.
'Here' February 9th (Theaters)
Here follows Stefan, a Romanian construction worker living in Brussels who is about to return home to visit his mother, and maybe stay...longer. Using the leftovers from his fridge, he cooks up a big pot of soup and begins handing it out as farewell gifts to friends and family. But while waiting for his car to be fixed, he meets Shuxiu, a Belgian-Chinese woman preparing a doctorate on mosses. Her attention to the near-invisible stops him in his tracks.
'Madame Web' February 14th (Theaters)
In a switch from the typical genre, Madame Web tells the standalone origin story of one of Marvel publishing's most enigmatic heroines. The suspense-driven thriller stars Dakota Johnson as Cassandra Webb, a paramedic in Manhattan who develops the power to see the future… and realizes she can use that insight to change it. Forced to confront revelations about her past, she forges a relationship with three young women bound for powerful destinies...if they can all survive a deadly present.
'Bob Marley: One Love' February 14th (Theaters)
Bob Marley: One Love celebrates the life and music of an icon who inspired generations through his message of love and unity. On the big screen for the first time, discover Bob’s powerful story of overcoming adversity and the journey behind his revolutionary music. Produced in partnership with the Marley family and starring Kingsley Ben-Adir as the legendary musician and Lashana Lynch as his wife Rita.
'Land of Bad' February 16th (Theaters)
When a Delta Force team is ambushed in enemy territory, a rookie officer refuses to abandon them. Their only hope lies with an Air Force drone pilot as the eyes in the sky during a brutal 48-hour battle for survival.
'Drugstore June' February 23rd (Theaters)
After the pharmacy in her small town is robbed, June (Esther Povitsky), who still lives at home with her parents (Beverly D’Angelo and James Remar) takes matters into her own hands to solve the crime, while at the same time trying to get over her ex-boyfriend (Haley Joel Osment) and become more of an adult.
'Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba – To the Hashira Training' February 23rd (Theaters)
Tanjiro undergoes rigorous training with the Stone Hashira, Himejima, in his quest to become a Hashira. Meanwhile, Muzan continues to search for Nezuko and Ubuyashiki.
'Drive-Away Dolls' February 23rd (Theaters)
Written by Ethan Coen and Tricia Cooke, this comedy caper follows Jamie, an uninhibited free spirit bemoaning yet another breakup with a girlfriend, and her demure friend Marian who desperately needs to loosen up. In search of a fresh start, the two embark on an impromptu road trip to Tallahassee, but things quickly go awry when they cross paths with a group of inept criminals along the way. Directed by Ethan Coen.