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3 New Netflix Movies In Feb 2021 That Can’t Be Missed

After seeing the entire list of movies and series coming on Netflix in February 2021 now, these are the 3 new Netflix movies that can not be missed in February 2021

As the new year has started on an exciting and positive note indeed, whilst some Hollywood movie lovers are feeling mellow and sad that many movies are set to leave Netflix, another happy news to make them smile is that they should totally catch up on the 3 new Netflix movies in Feb 2021 that can’t be missed.

It was indeed a task to cull out and sift from the entire list of movies coming on the globally loved and OTT streaming giant Netflix, but we bring forth the list of 3 new Netflix movies in Feb 2021 that can’t be missed.

Having an interesting line up of the biggest stars right from Noah Centineo and Lana Condor (To All The Boys: Always And Forever) to Zendaya (Malcolm and Marie) and Antonia Gentry (Ginny and Georgia), let’s take a thorough glance and look at the 3 new Netflix movies in Feb 2021 that can’t be missed.

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1. To All The Boys: Always And Forever (Netflix, 12th feb 2021) – The super hit To All The Boys Franchise will be coming to an end with this final movie installment titled, To All The Boys: Always And Forever. Film adaptation from the Jenny Han novels, the third film would be taking Lara Jean to Korea with her entire family followed by the seniors trip to New York City mixed with the most romantic promposal interweaved with new friendships also having the tough college decisions in to be taken by her. Just like Lara Jean has given the gist of entire trailer, “It’s hard to believe what all started with a letter, a hot tub, and a diner, could turn into this”. The film would be hitting digital screens on 12th Feb 2021.

2. Ginny And Georgia (Netflix, 5th Feb 2021) – When talking about the fresh new Netflix originals that look impressive and promising enough, te new mother daughter centric dramedy genre series Ginny And Georgia will be officially premiering in this month on 5th Feb 2021 on Netflix that would be a 10 episodes series. This is a relatable and endearing story about a 15 year old teenager Ginny who as soon as she settles into a new town called Stars Hollow, finds out more about her complicated and totally charismatic 30 years old mother Georgia in the process. The series is giving a bit of the epic series Gilmore Girls feels from the first look poster itself.

Also the official description for this 10 episodic series reads, “Angsty and awkward 15-year-old Ginny Miller (Antonia Gentry) often feels more mature than her 30-year-old mother, the irresistible and dynamic Georgia Miller (Brianna Howey). After years on the run, Georgia desperately wants to put down roots in picturesque New England and give her family something they’ve never had…a normal life. But it’s not all carpool and kombucha as Georgia’s past threatens her and her family’s new way of life…and Georgia will do anything to protect her family”.

3. Malcolm And Marie (Netflix, 5th February 2021) – This romantic and intimately intense black and white drama masterpiece film has been helmed by the HBO’s hit series Euphoria creator Sam Levinson. An interesting tit bit here is that Malcolm And Marie was totally filmed during the quarantine period and was produced and also shot across the country due to the awful 2020 COVID 19 pandemic. Having an ensemble star cast of Emmy 2020 award winner actress Zendaya and blockbuster film of 2020 Tenet’s protagonist John David Washington giving their path breaking career best performances.

The film main plot is about a film maker and his girlfriend’s terrific and smouldering hot sexual tensions which pave the way for a romantic reckoning as soon as they both return back home from his movie premiere. It has two extremes of passionate love and unbridled hate flowing equally in their complicated relationship where there is a need to often spell out the good and bad crazy of what really drives them more closer towards each other every shows us the real movement of emotions back and forth in the entire film. It was released in limited theatres in the USA and now would be hitting the digital screens on Netflix by 5th February 2021.

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