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Top 10 Netflix movies to watch during February 2024

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February has arrived, bringing a mix of romance, thrills, and animated adventures on Netflix.

While the lineup may not be mind-blowing, some gems are worth exploring.

From heartwarming animations to gripping documentaries and highly anticipated series,

Here are the Top 10 Netflix movies to watch this month

Orion and the Dark – February 2

Netflix starts the month with “Orion and the Dark,” a Dreamworks animated production based on an award-winning children’s book. Follow Orion, an average kid scared of everything, on a global adventure with his greatest fear, the Dark. This heartwarming tale aims to inspire viewers to overcome fears and embrace the joy of living.

One Day – February 8

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Adapted from David Nicholls’ bestselling book, “One Day” is a romantic drama that follows Dexter and Emma, two graduates who decide to meet up every year despite going their separate ways. This 14-episode limited series explores the journey from strangers to the most important person in each other’s lives.

Lover, Stalker, Killer – February 9

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True crime enthusiasts can dive into “Lover, Stalker, Killer,” a documentary revolving around Dave’s online dating experience. What starts as a post-breakup coping mechanism takes a dark turn when one of the women he meets becomes dangerously obsessive.

Players – February 14

Just in time for Valentine’s Day, Netflix offers “Players,” a romantic comedy where friends create a playbook for one-night stands. However, they soon discover its limitations when building meaningful relationships—a perfect watch for those looking for a romantic laugh on the most love-centric day of the year.

The Vince Staples Show – February 15

Premiering on the 15th, “The Vince Staples Show” follows rapper-actor Vince Staples as he navigates the challenges of everyday life in his hometown, blending elements of David Lynch’s surrealism with Dave Chappelle’s humor.

The Abyss – February 16

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The Swedish horror thriller “The Abyss” drops on February 16, offering a unique take on a town sinking into an underground mine, forcing residents to fight for survival. It’s not related to the James Cameron film but promises to deliver gripping suspense.

Avatar: The Last Airbender – February 22

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One of the month’s most anticipated releases, the live-action adaptation of “Avatar: The Last Airbender” arrives on February 22. Aang’s journey to master the four elemental powers to save a world at war gets a fresh perspective in this Netflix rendition, hoping to surpass the challenges faced by the 2010 adaptation.

Mea Culpa – February 23

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Directed by Tyler Perry, “Mea Culpa” is a legal thriller. The story follows a criminal defence attorney, played by Kelly Rowland, defending an artist accused of murder. As desire takes hold, the case takes a dangerous turn.

Everything Everywhere All at Once – February 23

A highly anticipated sci-fi film that defies easy categorization coming to Netflix on February 23, “Everything Everywhere All at Once” is set to captivate audiences with its unique narrative. Although arriving late in the month, the wait is expected to be worth it.

Code 8: Part II – February 28

Ending the month with a bang, “Code 8: Part II” releases on February 28. This sequel continues the sci-fi saga of a world where 4% of people have superpowers—an ex-con teams up with a drug lord to protect a young girl from a corrupt police sergeant.