The February movies you need to watch with the Cineworld Unlimited 100 Movies Challenge

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It's official: 2019 is the year of film, and Cineworld Unlimited members know it too. In fact, we noticed that some Unlimited members set themselves the challenge to make full use of their Unlimited cards by seeing 100 movies in 2019.

So we thought we’d show you just how easy it is to complete the #100FilmsIn2019 challenge by listing just 100 of the epic movies heading your way this year. From comic book adventures to Disney favourites, from epic sci-fi to terrifying horrors - how many will YOU be able to tick off?

February 2019 movies

  • 12. Escape Room – The director of Insidious: The Last Key, Tim Robitel, helms this tricksy psychological horror in which a group of strangers find themselves locked inside an impregnable room. The twist is they'll have to answer devious clues not only to escape, but in order to stay alive...

  • 13. Can You Ever Forgive Me? – Spy and Bridesmaids star Melissa McCarthy demonstrates her dramatic chops in this intriguing true story. She plays failing biographer Lee Israel who in an attempt to re-establish herself takes to forging letters from celebrated figures, experiencing massive success in the process. The Oscar, Golden Globe and BAFTA nominated McCarthy is joined by fellow Oscar and BAFTA nominee Richard E. Grant in this compelling and humurous drama.

  • 14. The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part – Everything is awesome again in this second instalment of the smash-hit animated franchise. Following the events of Taco Tuesday, Chris Pratt's endearing master-builder Emmet must save his friends from a new enemy – and this time we get two Pratts for the price of one. That's because the star also voices outer-space adventurer (and velociraptor trainer) Rex Dangervest.

  • 15. If Beale Street Could Talk – Moonlight director Barry Jenkins follows up his luminous Oscar-winning drama with another must-see odyssey, this time working from the celebrated 1974 novel by James Baldwin. Stephan James and KiKi Lane are superb as the young lovers whose love is threatened by a false rape charge, while Regina King excels in a Golden Globe-winning and Oscar nominated role as the kind mother holding everything together.

  • 16. Happy Death Day 2U – The first Happy Death Day movie, released in 2017, was an unexpectedly witty horror-comedy hit, blending Scream with Groundhog Day. Horror veterans Blumhouse now return with the sequel, as Jessica Rothe's formerly catty sorority girl is drawn into another nightmare cycle of death and mayhem. Only because she's been here before, she can now play the killer at their own game...

  • 17. Alita: Battle Angel – Avatar visionary James Cameron meets the mind of Sin City director Robert Rodriguez for this epic sci-fi tale, adapted from the popular manga series. Pioneering CGI motion capture brings to life the story of cyborg Alita (played by Bird Box actress Rosa Salazar) who must uncover the clues to her past. Christpoph Waltz, Mahershala Ali and Jennifer Connelly round out the starry supporting cast.

  • 18. Instant Family – Mark Wahlberg and Rose Byrne are the happily married couple embarking on adoption for the first time in this heartfelt comedy-drama. Wahlberg reunites with Daddy's Home director Sean Anders for this emotive story based on the filmmaker's own experiences, with support coming from The Shape of Water's Octavia Spencer.

  • 19. The Kid Who Would Be King – It's been eight years since Joe Cornish made his terrific directorial debut with Attack the Block, an irreverent hoodies vs aliens fantasia. His new movie skews more to the family-friendly side, being the story of an ordinary 21st century schoolkid who is tasked with wielding Excalibur by Merlin in order to save everything he knows.

  • 20. Green Book – This award-winning comedy drama, proud recipient of five Oscar nominations, centres on the delightful Oscar-nominated pairing of Viggo Mortensen and Mahershala Ali, playing a real-life mismatched buddy duo embarking on a road trip across America's deep south. Based on the real life journey undertaken by Italian-American driver Tony Lip and cultured black classical musician Dr Don Shirley, expect a mixture of big laughs, tears and social insight into 1960s American segregation.

  • 21. On the Basis of Sex – Rogue One's Felicity Jones plays the iconic lawyer-turned-Supreme-Court-judge Ruth Bader Ginsberg in this dramatisation of Ginsberg's rise to fame. From her acceptance into Harvard Law School to her defiance of the all-male establishment, watch as Ginsberg transforms into one of the most powerful and influential women in American politics.

  • 22. Burning – Celebrated South Korean director Lee Chang-dong delivers what many have regarded as his finest movie with this moody mystery thriller. Shortlisted for both the Palme D'Or at the Cannes Film Festival and also Best Foreign Language movie at the Academy Awards (the first South Korean film to receive such an honour), it's adapted from the short story 'Barn Burning' by Haruki Murakami.

  • 23. How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World – The saga of Viking Hiccup and his dragon friend Toothless reaches its spectacular and sure-to-be-emotional end in the third and final instalment of the hit animated series. With the future of dragons under threat from a deadly new scourge, Hiccup must rally the troops in his Viking village of Berk for one final battle. Plus, Toothless gets a girlfriend...

How many movies will you watch this year? Tweet us @Cineworld and using #100Filmsin2019.

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