The February Five

It’s hard to pick just five movies for one month.

Hail, Caesar! – February 5.

I have always been a fan of the Coen Brothers from Fargo to Inside Llewyn Davis, I have enjoyed their dark comedies


Deadpool – February 12.

Maybe it’s my love of comic books or my immature sense of humor or a little bit of both, but Deadpool has been on the top of my movies I want to see list for years. I’ve been wanting to see a redemption story for Ryan Reynolds ever since I walked out of the movie of which we do not speak of (X-Men Origins: Wolverine for those who don’t follow comic book movies). Breaking the fourth wall and

Glassland – February 12.

Every once in awhile I like to sit down and watch a movie that’s fully emotional and for the month of February I believe Glassland

The Witch – February 19.

Ever since I was a little kid I have been looking for the “perfect” scary movie, it’s a dream big moment, since it’s almost impossible to reach perfection, but I think The Witch is leaning in the right direction. There have been a couple trailers out so far, and after watching all of them, I can still say that I have no idea what the plot is, it takes place in the 1600s in New England. I love when movie studios keep things under wraps

Triple 9 – February 26

With a cast that includes Aaron Paul, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Woody Harrelson, Kate Winslet and Norman Reedus I don’t think that I can miss this movie. I’m a fan of heist movies, and everything about it reminds me of 2010s The Town and that’s definitely a helping hand. With John Hillcoat directing (The Road,Lawless), I’m sure it will be a great work.

Honorable Mentions:

Southbound – February 5

I’m a fan of horror movies, and I’m also known to have a short attention span so anthology films always fly across my radar. 

Race – February 19.

The only reason Race didn’t make it into the top five is the issue of Jason Sudeikis, the story of Jesse Owen’s is one that should be heard, and I’m afraid that seeing Sudeikis out of a comedy movie will take me out of the whole situation, I know that comedic actors are known for being great in drama’s i.e. Steve Carrell in Foxcatcher, but I’m still hesitant. After seeing movies like Hall Pass and We’re the Millers, I’m jumping back and forth between wanting to see it and not.



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