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  • AmsterDO Movie Wishlist: Best New Films of February 2017

    The last couple of months brought us many good movies. From Rouge One to La La Land, from Passengers to Lion. Check out our December and January Movie Wishlists to make sure you didn’t miss anything worthwhile. And now it’s time to take a look at the best new films out in February. In this article, you’ll find the most promising premieres of the month in various genres – something for every taste.


    Genre: Comedy, Drama, Romance
    Duration: 115 min
    Release: 9 February
    IMDb Rating: 7.7

    Source: IMDb

    The movie follows the story of Paterson (Adam Driver), a hard-working bus driver with a gift for writing. Observing the city and its people, Paterson writes beautiful poems, which mostly only his wife (Golshifteh Farahani) reads. Quiet and thoughtful, this film observes the man’s daily life, with its ups and downs.

    The Lego Batman Movie

    Genre: Animation, Action, Adventure
    Duration: 104 min
    Release: 9 February
    IMDb Rating: unavailable yet

    Source: IMDb

    The best Batman is Lego Batman! The concept remains the same: a villain is threatening the peace of Gotham city, and a superhero is going to save the day. The only difference is that both of them, as well as the rest of the town, are Lego toys. A fresh look at the good old story. Must be hilarious!


    Genre: Biography, Drama
    Duration: 95 min
    Release: 16 February
    IMDb Rating: 7.3

    Source: IMDb

    Behind every great man there is a great woman. Covering the immediate aftermath of Kennedy’s assassination, the movie places us in the world of the woman who stood by him – Jacqueline Kennedy (Natalie Portman). Take a glimpse into the world of the First Lady who not only had to fight through her own grief but also maintain the legacy of her husband.


    Genre: Drama
    Duration: 139 min
    Release: 16 February
    IMDb Rating: 7.6

    Source: IMDb

    Troy Maxson (Denzel Washington) is an African-American sanitation worker living in Pittsburgh with his wife and son in the 1950s. He’s a loving husband and father, but his lost dream of a baseball career threatens to tear the family apart. The movie is directed by Washington himself and based on August Wilson’s play of the same name.

    A Cure for Wellness

    Genre: Mystery, Thriller
    Duration: 146 min
    Release: 16 February
    IMDb Rating: 8.8

    Source: IMDb

    “Stop treating the symptom and take the cure,” says the trailer. A Cure for Wellness is a psychological thriller that tells the story of Mr. Lockhart (Dane DeHaan), an executive sent to a mysterious Swiss wellness center to find the company’s CEO. Once Lockhart arrives there, he realizes that the treatments offered to patients are not exactly what they seem.


    Genre: Biography, Drama, Romance
    Duration: 123 min
    Release: 23 February
    IMDb Rating: 7.2

    Source: IMDb

    Some love stories have the power to change the world. The movie is based on true events and follows an interracial couple, Richard (Joel Edgerton) and Mildred Loving (Ruth Negga). After being lawfully married, the Lovings spent nine years fighting for the right to live as a family in their hometown in Virginia. The legal battle they started ended up in the Supreme Court.

    Do you like our list of the best new films to watch in cinemas? Then stay tuned with AmsterDO website, as well as our Facebook page – we are going to create the same one for each month!

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