Netflix has been steadily dishing out new original content along with older media and their end of the month stretch for February is no exception. We are rounding up some of the television shows and movies that you (and maybe your children) would want to check out and enjoy before March officially arrives with a whole new slew of titles.
The Angry Birds Movie 2 (2019)
The game has almost been out for almost a decade but it seems like the Angry Birds film franchise is here to stay and has been ramping up in terms of its popularity. The sequel was a good follow up to the first movie and Sony Pictures did a spectacular job at making sure that the kept their stellar voice cast of Jason Sudeikis, Bill Hader, Leslie Jones, and Josh Gad. Angry Birds 2 follows the story with the pigs calling a truce with the birds so the two parties can work together in facing a new foe.
Pokémon: Mewtwo Strikes Back – Evolution (2019) Netflix Original
Mewtwo Strikes Back: Evolution is the CGI remake of the 1998 anime film where a scientific experiment leads to the creation of Mew’s clone, Mewtwo goes horribly awry when Mewtwo manages to break free from the secret laboratory. He then goes on to free the other clones and sets his sights in destroying the world. Only Ash Ketchum and his friends can stop the catastrophic events that will happen if they let Mewtwo do what he wants.
I Am Not Okay With This (Season 1) Netflix Original
A teen girl named Sydney tries her best to maneuver through the trials and tribulations of being a teenager in high school while dealing with issues in her family and the mysterious abilities that are slowly making themselves more evident.
Altered Carbon (Season 2)
Altered Carbon’s season 2 has finally been released after two years. The first season was a hit that stars Joel Kinnaman as Takeshi Kovacs in this sci-fi drama thriller. Season 2 shows Takeshi going back to Harlan’s World donning a new ‘sleeve’, portrayed by Anthony Mackie and finds out that the entire planet is at war as he tries to find his long lost lover.
The Trials of Gabriel Fernandez (Limited Series) Netflix Original
The miniseries explores the tragic death of a young boy in California after putting up with physical abuse from his mother and her partner. This, along with the flawed social systems in place that failed him, filmmaker Brian Knappenberger takes us on a journey that will open our eyes further into the truth.
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