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All the films coming to Netflix UK in February: From To All The Boys 3 to Malcom and Marie and Mean Girls

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All the films coming to Netflix UK in February (Picture: Netflix)

Netflix has got us covered when it comes to all our movie nights in February, with fans able to get their hands on new releases like To All The Boys 3 and a series of classics like Mean Girl and Along Came Polly too.

As lockdown continues in England, you can be sure that our Netflix must-watch lists are getting bigger and bigger by the minute, but you might want to add some space for some new contenders, as a whole host of exciting titles are hitting the streaming platform as of next month.

Fans have been waiting for the final and third movie in the To All The Boys series, with Always and Forever finally dropping on February 12.

It sees Lara-Jean Covey (Lana Condor) and Peter Kavinsky (Noah Centineo) getting to grips with their final year of high school and planning for college, but it could prove to be the biggest challenge yet for their relationship.

Stunning new release Malcom & Marie, starring Zendaya and John David Washington, drops on February 5 and the movie – completely shot in black and white – is set to pull on the heart strings as it tests the strength of a couple’s love.

Fancy something a little more dramatic? Then thriller Red Dot, landing on Netflix on February 11, may just be for you.

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Netflix teased its new releases for February (Picture: Twitter)

It follows a couple who embark on a hiking trip in the hope of their rekindling marriage, only to find themselves fleeing for their lives from an unknown shooter.

As well as new releases, Netflix is offering plenty of old favourites too for us to get our teeth stuck into, with the main attraction arguably iconic 2004 release Mean Girls. That is so fetch, right?

Yep, finally we can relive the high school power struggle between new girl Cady Heron (Lindsay Lohan) and queen bee Regina George (Rachel McAdams). Although, we can’t promise we won’t be reciting every line. You go Glen Coco.

Channing Tatum’s Magic Mike will be available to watch, as will Snakes On A Plane, The Meg and 1993 movie In The Fire.

Along Came Polly is on the watch list for February, as well as Jordan Peele’s 2019 horror Us and O Brother, Where Art Thou? starring George Clooney.

‘Scuse us while we go grab the popcorn.


Credit: Original article published here.

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