10 best movies coming to Netflix: February 2023

February of 2023 brings a collection of films to Netflix that are inspirational, romantic, thrilling, funny, as well as emotional.

The second month of the year arrives with a number of new movies on Netflix. The much-awaited romantic comedy, Your Place or Mine, starring Reese Witherspoon and Ashton Kutcher, will be released just before Valentine’s Day.

There will be a significant number of thrillers coming this month that will unravel different kinds of mysteries. Furthermore, the audience will get to see some movies that will inspire them and others that will make them emotional.

Here are the 10 best movies coming to Netflix in February 2023:

1. True spirit

Cast: Teagan Croft, Cliff Curtis, Josh Lawson, Anna Paquin, Bridget Webb, Vivien Turner, Stacy Clausen, Todd Lasance

Based on a true story, the film follows the adventures of Jessica Watson, a 16-year-old girl, who became the youngest person to sail non-stop around the world all on her own in over 210 days.

She is determined to face her fears and overcome the challenges at sea with the support of her mentor, Ben Bryant, and her parents. The film depicts the story of Jessica’s unrelenting efforts to accomplish something that seems impossible.

Release date: 3 February

2. Viking wolf

Cast: Elli Müller Osborne, Liv Mjönes, Arthur Hakalahti, Mia Fosshaug Laubacher, Vidar Magnussen, Sjur Vatne Brean, Øyvind Brandtzæg

Thale, a 17-year-old teen, moves to a small town when her mother gets a job at the local police department. Soon after, an incident at a party changes her life.

Thale witnesses the murder of a student at a party, but after the brutal murder, she starts seeing visions and having desires that are just as strange as the visions. Is this the work of a werewolf, or is a myth being used to cover up someone’s crime?

Release date: 3 February

3. Infiestol

Cast: Iria del Río, Isak Férriz, Juan Fernández, Ismael Fritschiz, Ana Villa, María Mera, Isabel Naveira, José Manuel Poga, Luis Zahera

Due to the spread of the coronavirus, a state of emergency is declared. When a missing woman appears after years, two detectives are called to a small mining town in the Austrian lowlands on the first day of the emergency.

With the whole world suffering, the two detectives soon realize that the virus is not the only force they need to fear and fight; a kidnapping points to a large and dark pattern at play.

Release date: 3 February

4. Bill Russell: Legend

Bill Russell: Legend is a documentary based on the life of Bill Russell, an NBA star and a civil rights activist. In his thirteen-year career, Russell won several championships, titles, and an Olympic gold medal.

His efforts in the struggle for civil rights included marching with Martin Luther King Jr. For his activism, he was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom.

This two-part film features Bill’s last interview as well as interviews with his friends and family. The documentary will focus on his life, his accomplishments, and his legacy.

Release date: 8 February

5. Your Place or Mine

Cast: Reese Witherspoon, Ashton Kutcher, Jesse Williams

Your Place or Mine follows two best friends, Debbie and Peter, who are polar opposites. Debbie likes stability that comes with a routine, and Peter likes constant change. While they live miles away, they manage to keep in touch with each other.

For a change, the two decide to swap their lives for a week; Peter comes to live with Debbie’s son in LA, and Debbie goes to live in New York. The swap makes the two friends realize the difference between what they think they want and what they truly need in life.

Release date: 10 February

6. 10 Days of a Good Man

Cast: Nejat İşler, Nur Fettahoğlu, Şenay Gürler, Ilayda Alişan

In this trilogy, the life of a private investigator changes completely when he takes on a missing person case. Sadik was just an ordinary man, but he transforms from good to bad and then to indifferent during the investigation.

This thriller will also dwell on questions of morality and the purpose that it serves in this age. It seeks to find and even blur the line that separates the good from the bad.

Release date: 10 February

7. Unlocked

Cast: Chun Woo-hee, Yim Si-wan, Kim Hie-won, Park Ho-san, Kim Ye-won, Jeon Jin-oh

Na-mi’s life becomes a living nightmare when she loses her phone, which has all her information. A man named Jun-yeong finds her phone. He returns it, but not without installing spyware that tracks her every move.

Additionally, there is a detective who is secretly investigating Jun-yeong. Na-mi, an ordinary woman, finds herself in the middle of this dangerous mess just because her phone fell into the wrong hands.

Release date: 17 February

8. Call Me Chihiro

Cast: Kasumi Arimura, Lily Franky, Jun Fubuki, Mitsuru Hirata, Miwako Ichikawa, Itsuki Nagasawa, Toshie Negishi, Yui Sakuma, Hana Toyoshima

Chihiro, a former sex worker, starts working at a bento shop called Nokonoko Bento in a small town near the sea. She is a woman who refuses to be owned by anyone; she wants to live life on her own terms.

The film highlights the importance of following one’s heart’s desires through the story of free-spirited Chihiro, who soon becomes popular in town. 

Release date: 23 February

9. We Have a Ghost

Cast: David Harbor, Anthony Mackie, Jahi Di’Allo Winston, Tig Notaro, Erica Ash, Jennifer Coolidge, Faith Ford, Niles Fitch, Isabella Russo, Steve Coulter

Kevin’s family moves into a new house, which is haunted. The family becomes famous on social media when Kevin catches the ghost, Ernest, in their house on camera. 

Ernest does not remember his past, and Kevin takes it upon himself to help him find out what happened to him. However, uncovering the mystery of Ernest’s past becomes difficult when the CIA enters the picture and starts targeting them.

Release date: 24 February

10. Biko

Cast: Azrel Ismail, Syed Irfan, Baby Shima, Sara Ali, Josiah Hogan

Biko, a young boy, was raised by his father, Izwan, a lorry driver. His father is the only family he has ever known until he auditions for a music video and reunites with his mother, Sara, who is a famous singer.

However, the reunion brings to light the complicated past that his parents share. Biko’s father then gets into a life-threatening accident, and Biko is faced with the possibility of losing him.

Release date: 27 February

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