10 Films We Can't Wait to Watch This February 2019

From local to international releases, here are the most anticipated films premiering this month, so you can already start planning your movie nights! 

Alita: Battle Angel
Premieres on: February 6

In Alita: Battle Angel, Rosa Salazar plays Alita, who wakes up without any memory of who she is and of the world she is in. As she tries to learn the place she's in, compassionate cyber-doctor Ido tries to shield her from her mysterious history. The film is produced by James Cameron and Jon Landau, directed by Robert Rodriguez, and stars Rosa Salazar, Christoph Waltz, Jennifer Connely, Michelle Rodriguez, and Lana Condor.

Green Book
Premieres on: February 6

Green Book centers on a world-class African-American pianist who recruits bouncer Tony Lip as his driver when he embarks on a concert tour in the Deep South in 1962. While the two have differences, they soon find themselves developing a bond as they confront racism. It's directed by Peter Farrelly and stars Viggo Mortensen, Mahershala Ali, Linda Cardellini, and more. 

Hanggang Kailan
Premieres on: February 6

Helmed by Bona Fajardo, the film centers on Xian Lim and Louise Delos Reyes' Donnie and Kath who, instead of looking forward to more years together, agree that their second anniversary will be their last even if they still love each other. 

The Knight of Shadows: Between Yin and Yang
Premieres on: February 6

An epic movie that's a mix of action and comedy, The Knight of Shadows: Between Yin and Yang revolves around Songling, a demon hunter who defends humanity from an evil force who kidnaps girls to feast on their souls. The film stars Jackie Chan, Austin Lei, Elane Zhong, and Ethan Juan

What Men Want
Premieres on: February 8

In What Men Want, sports agent Ali Davis drinks a concoction that gives her the ability to hear what men are thinking so as to succeed in a man's world. She then uses this to her advantage, turning on her male colleagues to sign the next basketball superstar. The film is directed by Adam Shankman and stars Taraji P. Henson, Aldis Hodge, Max Greenfield, Erykah Badu, and more. 

Premieres on: February 13

Directed by Antoinette Jadaone, Alone/Together centers on college sweethearts Christine and Raf who meet again, 8 years after they broke up. Now living different lives, they recall their youth, dreams, and their feelings back from when they were still in university. The show stars Liza Soberano and Enrique Gil. 

Cold Pursuit
Premieres on: February 13

Cold Pursuit is about snowplow driver Nels Coxman who was living a quiet life until his son mysteriously dies. His quest for the truth and revenge again the drug lord Viking turns him into a cold-blooded vigilante, setting off a chain of events which includes a kidnapping, misunderstandings, and a turf war between Viking and a rival boss. The film stars Liam Neeson, Emmy Rossum, Tom Bateman, and more. 

The Lego Movie 2
Premieres on: February 13

The follow-up to The Lego Movie, the film will be bringing together the heroes of Bricksburg to save their beloved city from a huge threat - LEGO DUPLO invaders from outer space who can wreck before they can even rebuild it. The film will be featuring the voices of Jason Momoa, Chris Pratt, Margot Robbie, Channingg Tatum, and more. 

Isn't It Romantic
Premieres on: February 13

Isn't It Romantic is about a New York city architect Natalie who, instead of designing skyscrapers, is delivering coffee and bagel. A cynic when it comes to love, she wakes up and realizes that her life has become a romantic comedy, and she is the leading lady. It stars Rebel Wilson, Liam Hemsworth, Adam Devine, and Priyanka Chopra. 

The Favourite
Premieres on: February 20

A film by Yogor Lanthimos, The Favourite is set in early 18th century England, when Lady Sarah Churchill governs the country in place of a weak Queen Anne. When a new servant enters and gets closer to the Queen, Lady Sarah soon finds a rival in Anne's affections, starting a struggle for power and love that could threaten the monarchy. The film stars Olivia Coleman, Rachel Weisz, and Emma Stone. 

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