New Netflix Instant Movies -- February 2013Britt Hayes |
Why spend more money than you need to this month when we've got a list of the best new movies hitting Netflix Instant in February? Read on for what you should add to your queue this month!
'Ferris Bueller's Day Off' -- Starring Matthew Broderick, Alan Ruck, and Jennifer Grey. A slacker and his two friends take the day off from school and get into shenanigans while trying to dodge their principal.
'Bad Boys' -- Starring Will Smith and Martin Lawrence. Two Miami cops have to protect a murder witness while trying to bring down a heroin dealer.
'The Prophecy' -- Starring Christopher Walken, Elias Koteas, and Virginia Madsen. While a war rages in heaven, the angel Gabriel comes down to Earth to collect the soul he believes will stop it.
'Jingle All the Way' -- Starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, Rita Wilson, and Phil Hartman. A father who forgets to buy his son an important action figure for Christmas goes head to head with a postal service worker out to find the same.
'eXistenZ' -- Starring Jennifer Jason Leigh, Jude Law, and Sarah Polley. When assassins attack her, a game designer has to take a marketing employee into the virtual world of her latest creation to find out if it's been compromised from the inside.
'Scrooged' -- Starring Bill Murray, Karen Allen, and John Forsythe. A selfish television executive is haunted by three spirits on Christmas Eve in this clever re-imagining of 'A Christmas Carol.'
'Species' -- Starring Natasha Henstridge, Michael Madsen, and Ben Kingsley. Scientists use a message from space to modify human DNA, creating a dangerous and beautiful alien life form.
'The Naked Gun' Trilogy -- Starring Leslie Nielsen and Priscilla Presley. Policeman Frank Drebin tries to stop criminals in this wacky spoof trilogy.
'Terms of Endearment' -- Starring Shirley MacLaine, Debra Winger, and Jack Nicholson. A mother and daughter with completely different personalities try to find joy in their lives over the course of several years.
'Trading Places' -- Starring Dan Aykroyd and Eddie Murphy. Two millionaires place a bet that swap the lives of an upper-class investor and a lowly street con-man.
'Shaolin Soccer' -- Starring Stephen Chow, Wei Zhao, and Yat-fei Wong. A Shaolin disciple forms a soccer team with his brethren, trying to use their martial arts skills to help lead them to victory.
'Sleeping with the Enemy' -- Starring Julia Roberts, Patrick Bergin, and Kevin Anderson. When a woman fakes her death to escape her marriage to an abusive husband and starts her life anew, she finds it hard to hide from him for too long.
'In the Cut' -- Starring Meg Ryan, Mark Ruffalo, and Jennifer Jason Leigh. When a police detective investigates the death of a young woman, he finds himself involved in an affair with a New York writing professor.
'Tremors' -- Starring Kevin Bacon and Fred Ward. The people of a small town are forced to defend their homefront from mysterious creatures that live underground.
'Happy Gilmore' -- Starring Adam Sandler, Christopher McDonald, and Julie Bowen. A temperamental wannabe hockey player puts his skills to use on the golf course.
'Nacho Libre' -- Starring Jack Black, Ana de la Reguera, and Hector Jiminez. Tortured his entire life by his peers, a monk decides to follow his dreams of becoming a Luchador on the Mexican wrestling circuit.
'Liar Liar' -- Starring Jim Carrey, Cary Elwes, and Maura Tierney. A dishonest lawyer's son makes a wish that his father can only tell the truth for an entire day.
'Mona Lisa Smile' -- Starring Julia Roberts, Kirsten Dunst, and Julia Stiles. When a free-spirited and liberal art teacher comes to Wellesley's school for girls in the 50s, she tries to inspire her students to confront societal standards for women.
'United 93' -- Starring David Alan Basche and Olivia Thirlby. This movie presents a real-time account of the harrowing events that occurred aboard United flight 93 on September 11, 2001.