Netflix in February: What’s Coming and What to Watch Before It’s Gone (Photos)
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Matt Hejl | January 25, 2016 @ 2:16 PM
Last Updated: January 25, 2016 @ 4:17 PM
What's Coming Feb. 1: "Better Call Saul"
If you're a fan of "Breaking Bad" (who isn't) or if you're just a fan of great TV, then the prequel/spinoff series "Better Call Saul" is just the thing to hold you over until Season 2 begins on Feb. 15.
What to Watch Before it Leaves on Feb. 1: "Bad Santa"Billy Bob Thornton stars as a depressed, criminal Santa Claus in one of the funniest holiday movies ever made, with a strong supporting role by the late Bernie Mac that will make you mourn him all over again.
What's Coming Feb. 1: "Armageddon"
The movie that gained Aerosmith an Oscar nomination for "I Don't Wanna Miss a Thing" also cemented Ben Affleck's status as a young star (an image he would try desperately to destroy over the next decade, until he turned to directing).
What to Watch Before it Leaves on Feb. 1: "Rain Man"Dustin Hoffman's second Oscar for 1988's Best Picture is a great road trip adventure following a self-absorbed car salesman (Tom Cruise) who finds out he has an autistic older brother -- and that that brother has just inherited the bulk of their late father's estate.
What's Coming Feb. 1: "Scooby-Doo"
A campy take on the beloved Hannah-Barbara cartoons finds the gang split up and on different paths in life before they are called together for another adventure.
What to Watch Before it Leaves on Feb. 1: "The Terminator"
The film that launched James Cameron and Arnold Schwarzenegger will be leaving early in February, and who knows if it will ever "be back"?
What to Watch Before it Leaves Feb. 1: "Ray"
The film that won an Oscar Jamie Foxx, previously best known for playing an ugly lady on "In Living Color," showed the depths of Foxx's talent. The biopic made us all remember how much we love Ray Charles.
What's Coming Feb. 3: "I Love You Philipp Morris"
A unique blend of Jim Carrey's comedic genius and his seldom-displayed dramatic talent, this unique love story between a con man and his prisoner lover is sure to keep you laughing.
What's Coming Feb. 5: "Mad Men Season 7 - Part 2"
Sterling Cooper & Co. take a final victory lap as one of the greatest television shows in history comes to a satisfying end.
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What's Coming Feb. 6: "Lila & Eve"Jennifer Lopez and Emmy winner Viola Davis star as two grieving mothers who take revenge on the gangsters who killed their sons in a drive-by after the police do nothing.
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What's Coming Feb. 10: "Dope"
One of the most hyped Sundance breakouts in recent memory, "Dope" is a fun dramedy about a young man who goes on a Los Angeles adventure.
What's Coming Feb. 16: "Atonement"
As Saoirse Ronan goes head-to-head with some of the greatest working actresses in this year's Oscars, look back at her first nomination for 2007's "Atonement." She plays a young girl who accidentally destroys two young lives out of jealousy.
What's Coming Feb. 19: "Love"Judd Apatow's upcoming series about modern relationships stars Gillian Jacobs ("Community") and Paul Rust as a couple navigating intimacy and commitment in today's world.
What's Coming Feb. 26: "Fuller House"
One of the most popular TGIF sitcoms gets a reboot, with most of the cast returning.
What's Coming Feb. 26: "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: Sword of Destiny"
The long-awaited sequel to Ang Lee's kung-gu masterpiece features the return of Michelle Yeoh in a tale involving a legendary sword and redemption.