Winter Movie Season: February 2010

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The big movie hits in February can be found the weekend of Valentine’s Day. In terms of the month, the themes of the month are action/thriller, romance, and fantasy.

Opening the first weekend of the month is “Dear John” which is the latest Nicholas Sparks adaptation starring Amanda Segfried (“Mamma Mia”) and Channing Tatum (“G.I. Joe: Rise of the Cobra”). Two words: Tear Jerker. “From Paris with Love” stars Jonathan Rhys Meyers and John Travolta in what looks to be a hit or miss movie.

In my opinion the big hits of the month will be released during Valentine’s Day weekend. Those releases include “Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief” based on the best-selling series by Rick Riordan, “The Wolfman”, and “Valentine’s Day” which I like to call the Gary Marshall and ABC all-star cast.

Later in the month “Shutter Island” starring Leonardo DiCaprio will be released. The psychological thriller was directed by Academy Award winner Martin Scorsese. For a bit of comedic relief, Kevin Smith’s latest film “Cop Out” will be released at the end of the month.


**NOTE: Theatrical Release Dates are subject to change.**
Source: Comingsoon.net

    February 3

  • Ajami (NY)
  • February 5

  • Dear John
  • District 13: Ultimatum (limited)
  • From Paris With Love
  • Frozen (limited)
  • The Red Riding Trilogy (limited)
  • The Shinjuku Incident (limited)
  • Terribly Happy (NY, LA)
  • February 6

  • Untitled Bob Marley Documentary
  • February 12

  • My Name is Khan (limited)
  • October Country (NY)
  • Percy Jackson & The Olympians: The Lightning Thief
  • Valentine’s Day
  • Videocracy (NY)
  • The Wolfman
  • The Yellow Handkerchief (limited)
  • February 19

  • Blood Done Sign My Name (limited)
  • The Ghost Writer (limited; expands: March 5)
  • The Good Guy (limited)
  • Happy Tears (limited)
  • Shutter Island
  • February 26

  • A Prophet (NY, LA)
  • Cop Out
  • The Crazies
  • Prodigal Sons (limited)
  • Toe to Toe (NY)
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