New Movies This Week: How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World, Prodigy and more!

Plan your week ahead and choose which among these movie openings this February 20, 2019, you'll see on the big screen first.

How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World

Directed by Dean DeBlois, it is the sequel to How to Train Your Dragon 2 (2014) and the final installment in the How to Train Your Dragon film trilogy. It follows Hiccup who discovers Toothless isn't the only Night Fury. He then must seek The Hidden World, a secret Dragon Utopia before a hired tyrant named Grimmel finds it first. It stars the voices of Jay Baruchel, America Ferrera, Cate Blanchett, Craig Ferguson, and F. Murray Abraham.

Prodigy

Directed by Nicholas McCarthy, it centers around a child, whose disturbing behavior signals that an evil force possessed him, forcing his parents to investigate whether sinister forces are involved. The film stars Jackson Robert Scott, Taylor Schilling and Peter Mooney.

The Favourite

Directed by Yorgos Lanthimos, it is a historical period comedy-drama film set in early 18th century England and examines the relationship between two cousins vying to be court favourites of Queen Anne. It stars Olivia Colman, Emma Stone and Rachel Weisz.

Time & Again

Directed by Jose Javier Reyes it follows Apol who is a writer and a diner waitress who falls for a customer who already has a girlfriend. She then gains the ability to turn back time which she uses to go back to the ay she first meets Ozzi. It stars Winwyn Marquez and Enzo Pineda. 

The Vanishing

Directed by Kristoffer Nyholm, the film is set in the Flannan Isles which have been notorious for the mysterious disappearance of three lighthouse keepers in 1900. The film stars Gerard Butler and Peter Mullan.

The Quake

Directed by John Andreas Andersen, the film is set in 1904 where a magnitude of 5.4 earthquake hits Oslo with an epicenter in the Oslo Grabe which runs under the Norwegian capital. It stars John Kåre Raake and Harald Rosenløw-Eeg.

It Came From The Desert

Directed by Marko Mäkilaakso, the film is inspired by Cinemaware's cult 1980s video game "It Came from the Desert," a tall tale involving rival motocross heroes and heroines, kegger parties in the desert, secret underground military bases, romantic insecurities and giant ants. It stars Harry Lister Smith, Alex Mills and Vanessa Grasse.

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