Murder, mystery, and Moonfall: Don't miss February's top movie releases
A new month means new movies! Here are the top films hitting theaters this February.
From unexpected proposals, to treasure hunts, and saving the world from the moon, there is a very eclectic range of flicks debuting in cinemas.
And as everyone knows, there's no better way to beat the winter blues than keeping warm inside with a good movie.
Since the world may be subjected to a longer winter this year, these titles will surely bring some toasty feels to the cold February days that lay ahead.
Here are the four must-see films that are exclusively hitting theaters this month.
Based on the video game of the same name, Holland portrays its main star Nate, who is in search of buried treasure and his long-lost brother.
Of course, nothing worth having comes easy, as trailers have teased that Nate will have to battle a lot of baddies on his quest.
With Mark Wahlberg, Antonio Banderas, and Johnny Depp also at the helm, this will surely be a rousing adventure for everyone.
Uncharted weaves its way into theaters everywhere on February 18.
What would happen if the Moon was headed straight towards Earth?
The new sci-fi disaster flick Moonfall follows two astronauts, Halle Berry and Patrick Wilson, who team up to stop the Moon from colliding with our planet.
Yet, as countless other movies have shown before, things tend to get chaotic when dealing with space.
What will the astronauts discover during the seemingly ill-fated mission?
Moonfall crashes into theaters on February 4.
Death on the Nile
A star-studded cast, glitzy '30s fashion, and a juicy murder.
This alone should be enough to sell anyone on the Agatha Christie mystery thriller, Death on the Nile.
When a passenger is killed on the illustrious ship, it's up to Poirot to unravel the mystery on the river before disaster strikes again.
The good ole-fashioned whodunit Death on the Nile sails into theaters February 11.
Just in time for Valentine's Day, Jennifer Lopez returns to rom-coms with her newest release, Marry Me.
The singer plays a singer – of course – who publicly learns of her partner's infidelity and decides to make a drastic change.
Owen Wilson plays opposite Jenny From the Block as a stranger who unintentionally proposes to her, and due to her heartbreak, she agrees.
What will become of these two very different individuals being thrust into a fake relationship?
Hopefully some romance. And some laughter too.
Grab your special someone and watch Marry Me, in theaters February 11.
Looks like there's lots of exciting films coming to theaters this month, so pick your ticket!
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