If you’re thinking of getting off your couch this month and heading to the theaters, you definitely should! Here are the top movies you should check out this month:
- Birds of Prey– 7th
I am personally excited for this film! Harley Quinn is one of the most fun and complex villains in the DC comics and they promise a fun one with Birds of Prey. Some critics are saying this is the best DC film since The Dark Knight. Margot Robbie returns as Harley Quinn as she teams up with Black Canary, Huntress, and Renee Montoya to take down an evil drug lord in Gotham City.
2. Fantasy Island – 14th
Here’s an interesting film to check out with your boo on Valentine’s Day. Imagine living out your fantasies but things start to go terribly wrong. Based off a late 70s show, Fantasy Island will have you think twice about visiting an all inclusive resort. Starring Lucy Hale (Pretty Little Liars), Michael Pena (Ant-Man), and Jimmy O. Yang (Crazy Rich Asians).
3. The Photograph– 14th
If you feel like watching a cute and mushy love story on Valentine’s Day, this the movie for you. Starring Issa Rae (Insecure) and Lakeith Stanfield (Get Out), The Photograph will show us how love can find us at an unexpected time.
4. Sonic the Hedgehog– 14th
Our favorite Sega game is coming to the big screen. When the first trailer dropped in April of 2019, social media went crazy about the Sonic look…not in a good way. After the non stop chatter on Sonic’s appearance, Paramount gave the famously blue hedgehog a makeover improving his all around look. There’s no doubt that the kiddos and 90s babies will enjoy this fun filled action movie; also starring Jim Carrey as the evil Dr. Robotnik.
5. The Invisible Man– 28th
From the brilliant mind of Leigh Whannell (Saw, Insidious, and Dead Silence), The Invisible Man is his next sci-fi sensation. Cecilia’s (Elizabeth Moss) abusive ex takes his own life, she believes his death is a hoax. When deadly things start to mysteriously happen, Cecilia believes she’s being watched by someone nobody can see.
Other movies to lookout for: Brahms: The Boy II (21st)