5 Must-See Netflix Movies This February

It is still the month of love, if you have a Netflix subscription this month show yourself some love by seeing these movies.


If you are here, you would like to catch up on the best movies to watch this February.

Well, here are five solid binge-worthy movies to steal your time and make that subscription useful:

1. Locke and Key

The best movies to watch have controversial reviews, and Locke & Key is laden with just that. Based on an American comic book series with the same name. It premiered on Netflix on February 7, 2020. With a full 10 episodes in season 1.

It tells the story of the Locke siblings, Tyler, Kinsey, and Bode, who along with their mother, returned to their ancestral home after the death of their father and husband.

The house that gives them access to powers through magical keys, each key holding different magical power that takes the siblings, their friends and the whole town on a journey of self discovery, thrill, death and power.

2. Sex Education

A lot of people say it is a must watch show on Netflix so if you have not seen it, you are definitely missing something.

It’s season 1 originally aired in January last year telling the tale of almost every teenager as they struggle with their limited knowledge of sex and their ever growing fear of what it really entails, the change in their bodies and the peer pressure.

A British male teenager with a sex therapist mother teams with a deviant yet smart high school classmate, Meave, who charge the students some money for sex advice, by setting up an underground sex therapy clinic. It promises to leave you entertained and educated about several controversial issues, whetting your appetite for its third season in 2021.

3. To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You.

Right in time for Valentines, the sequel to the 2018 To all the boys I’ve loved Before, premiered on February 12th. It continues with the adaptation of Jenny Hanns book, the love tale of two American teenagers , Laura Jean and Peter, played by Lana Condor and Noah Centino, with the twist of the new character, John Ambrose, played by Jordan Fisher. With it’s heart wrenching trailer, if you have seen the part 1, this is a giving for you, in this month of love.

4. Altered Carbon

If you didn’t see this series last year, there is no better time to see it than now. Altered Carbon is an American web TV series created by Laeta Kalogridis and like most shows on Netflix, is based on a novel, by Richard K. Morgan.

It spins a tale of a a world where consciousness can be transferred to different bodies. Takeshi Kovacs, soldier turned investigator, must solve a murder for wealthy businessman Lauren Bancroft if he wants to live again or risk his mind being imprisoned once again.

With stellar reviews on rotten tomatoes and IMDb and it’s second season premiering on 27th February, Altered Carbon is a must see.

5. Extraordinary You

If you are into Korean movies, series and comics, then this is a must watch for you. Extraordinary You is a 2019 South Korean TV Series.

If you have ever wondered if every action you make was scripted and you are just a pawn in a chess board called life, well, this series will bring your thoughts to life.

Unlike most predictable romantic comedies, Extraordinary You unveils a uniques story that keeps you to your screen, laughing, crying and falling hopelessly in love in this month of love.

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