15 Movies to Watch This February

The month of love is also the month of good movies!
by Dyan Zarzuela   |  Jan 30, 2017
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  1. Sakaling Hindi Makarating (February 1)

Follow a trail of beautifully drawn postcards from Batanes to Zamboanga with a heartbroken woman. This is not just a love story—it's a love letter to our beaches, mountains, and sleepy towns.

  1. The Space Between Us (February 1)

You've got your long-distance relationships, and then you've got your suuuper long-distance relationships. Gardner Elliot was born in Mars and can count the number of people he has met his entire life on his fingers and toes. So when he finally gets to go to Earth and meet his friend Tulsa, you can just imagine how crazy every single thing is for him!

  1. Resident Evil: The Final Chapter (February 1)

Save the world—or what's left of it—one last time with Alice, as she goes straight to the heart of the enemy.

  1. Why Him? (February 1)

What's a girl to do when her dad doesn't approve of her boyfriend? Try to help them bond and find a common ground—and hope they don’t kill each other in the process!

  1. Monster Trucks (February 1)

Sometimes when your car isn't cooperating, you feel like it's possessed by some evil monster—other times it's because there's an actual, friendly monster living in it.

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  1. Rings (February 8)

Looking for something scary to watch with the bae this Valentine's Day? Look no further than the latest installment of the cult classic.

  1. John Wick: Chapter 2 (February 8)

With Keanu Reeves and Laurence Fishburne in this action movie, it feels like the good ol’ days of The Matrix.

  1. The Lego Batman Movie (February 9)

How does Batman keep fighting the good fight? Well, the Gotham hero says, "I take care of myself. It's a simple daily routine of thousands upon thousands of push-ups, a physically grueling core workout—that's how I maintain this shredded nine-pack, thank you. Plus, I always make sure to get at least 15 minutes of sleep every afternoon."

  1. A Cure for Wellness (February 15)

Not your typical wellness center, this mysterious place will have you questioning your sanity. (We can just imagine the online review: 0/10, would not recommend.)

  1. Arrival (February 15)

It's hard enough to talk to people from the opposite side of the political spectrum—what more with aliens hovering and surrounding us in all parts of the globe? 

  1. I'm Drunk, I Love You (February 15)

This one's for all those secretly in love with their best friends. It also features music by Juan Miguel Severo, Kai Honasan, Ebe Dancel, Johnoy Danao, Bullet Dumas, and more, so, yeah, good luck to our hearts!

  1. My Ex and Whys (February 15)

Did you miss Liza Soberano and Enrique Gil? They're back in top form in this hilarious, social media-driven love story about second chances.

  1. Fist Fight (February 22)

Teachers be cray, you guys.

  1. Hidden Figures (February 22)

These female mathematicians at NASA in the discriminatory '60s had more than one job, and boy, did they slay.

  1. Hacksaw Ridge (February 22)

The movie that Andrew Garfield was nominated Best Actor for—need we say more?

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Dyan Zarzuela
Council of Cool 9, Managing Editor, Columnist
Stalks celebrities, watches TV, marathons movies, curls up with books, and flails at concerts for a living. Also: semi-hardcore Whovian.
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