All of February 2021’s Movie Trailers

Like many of you, I mourn for the little pleasures denied to us in our current purgatory. One of the small pleasures of my old life was a Friday afternoon at BAM with a seltzer in one hand and an illicit empanada from the Caesar’s cart in the other. (I like guava and cheese and chicken with vegetables, and I’ll take extra green sauce, please.) Caesar’s is, thankfully, still open, though the theaters are not. (BAM is streaming, however.) 

By the end of 2020 I took to reheating empanadas, turning off all the lights, and switching to airplane mode on my iTouch, and indulging in two hours of uninterrupted movie viewing. It’s not the same–it can’t be–but it’s something to look forward to. There are benefits, though: Aside from limiting myself (and others!) to exposure, Warner Bros. is releasing its catalogue to HBOMax this year. (The distributor is releasing simultaneously to movie theaters.) Availability expires after 30 days, but gives HBOMax subscribers COVID-free access to its new releases. (Turns out Wonder Woman 1984 wasn’t worth the cost of admission at AMC anyway.) Hulu and Netflix have picked up rights to films that were otherwise destined for the Box Office, and independent theaters are streaming through third-parties or their own services.

Get a snack, and join me at a distance. These are this month’s new releases.

Out now in theaters:

Son of the South

Dara Of Jasenovac

Little Fish




Two of Us 


Streaming now on Netflix

All My Friends Are Dead 

Black Beach 

The Last Paradiso 

Little Big Women 

Malcolm & Marie 

Space Sweepers 

Strip Down, Rise Up 

The Yin-Yang Master: Dream of Eternity 

Bliss is available on Amazon Prime:

Ready for you on HBOMax:

La Deuda 

Fake Famous 

Earwig and the Witch 

In Other Words 

Streaming on Netflix this week:

Crime Scene: The Vanishing at Cecil Hotel 

The Misadventures of Hedi and Cokeman 

Layla Majnun 

Red Dot 

Squared Love 

Later this week on HBOMax:

Black Art: In The Absence Of Light 

There is No “I” in Threesome 

In theaters Friday, February 12:

Fear of Rain 



The Mauritanian 


French Exit 

The World to Come 

Breaking News in Yuba County 

Streaming on Netflix Friday:

To All The Boys: Always And Forever

Hulu’s Into the Dark series returns next Friday, with Into the Dark: Tentacles:

Map of Tiny Perfect Things will be on Amazon that Friday, too:

Coming to HBOMax this weekend:

El Inconveniente (Aka One Careful Owner) 

Havana Street Party Presents: Beatriz Luengo 

Judas and the Black Messiah 

Note: Last year’s Sonic the Hedgehog will be available on Hulu and Amazon February 18, if you were unable to see it last year. 

In theaters Friday, February 19:

Truth to Power 

Days of the Bagnold Summer 

The Incredible 25th Year of Mitzi Bearclaw 

Abandoned: Angelique’s Isle 

Blithe Spirit

Streaming on Netflix:

I Care A Lot

The highly anticipated Nomadland from my favorite director, Chloé Zhao is released on Hulu:

Flora & Ulysses, an adaptation of the kids novel, is streaming on Disney+:

The Book of Life, the 2014 animated comedy that is, in my opinion, superior to Coco (don’t @ me), is added to the library today as well.

Streaming on Netflix Saturday, February 20:

Classmates Minus 

The Rental is available on Hulu the same day with the Showtime add-on:

Available the following week on Netflix: 


Geez & Ann 

In theaters Friday, February 26:

Night Of The Kings 

The Father  

The Vigil 


Streaming on Apple+:

Billie Eilish: The World’s a Little Blurry

Streaming on Netflix:

Crazy About Her

And Hulu has The United States vs. Billie Holiday:

On HBOMax:

Tom & Jerry

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