Here's Everything Coming To Netflix In February

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Oh, happy day! Just when the Northeast is digging itself out of winter storm Jonas' massive snow dump, Netflix has given us a reason to put our shovels down. That's right: Put those snow boots away and get back on the couch. Well, whip up some hot chocolate first and grab a blanket. There's really no need to go outside until the snow melts, is there? Heck no, because Netflix is dropping a whole new slew of movies and TV shows for us to burrow down and enjoy.

What's in the pipeline? Why, just the 1998 *classic* Armageddon, which proved that Ben Affleck does make a convincing romantic lead, Steven Tyler should definitely be crooning over complete planetary destruction, and Bruce Willis is going to save us all. Oh, and when you're done not missing a thing (see what we did there) in Armageddon, watch Cruel Intentions, the movie during which Reese Witherspoon and Ryan Phillippe fell in love both on-screen and off. Plus, Sarah Michelle Gellar as the bad girl of the Upper East Side? Yes, yes, a thousand times yes.

Just in case you missed the second part of the final season of Mad Men (shame), that's also hitting the 'flix on February 5. Honestly, we're not leaving the house 'til spring. When you see the rest of the list, you probably won't, either.
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A Picture of You (2014)
Two siblings (Andrew Pang) and (Jo Mei) travel to Pennsylvania to pack up their mother’s home following her death. While going through her computer, they discover series of photos that changes how they view their mom forever.

Available February 1
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Armageddon (1998)
Earth lies directly in the path of an asteroid, and NASA figures the best way to avoid total planetary annihilation is to hire a professional oil driller (Bruce Willis) to split the asteroid in two.

Available February 1
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Better Call Saul: Season 1 (2015)
The prequel to Breaking Bad tells the origin story of Saul Goodman (Bob Odenkirk), who was once known as Jimmy McGill.

Available February 1
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Charlie’s Angels (2000)
Drew Barrymore, Lucy Liu, and Cameron Diaz are Charlie’s new crime-fighting Angels in this movie remake of the classic 1970s TV show.

Available February 1
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Collateral Damage (2002)
A firefighter (Arnold Schwarzenegger) loses his family during a terrorist attack in L.A. When the government is too slow to find the culprits, he heads to Colombia to seek revenge on his own.

Available February 1
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Cruel Intentions (1999)
In this adaptation of Les Liaisons Dangereuses, bored teens on New York’s Upper East Side play wicked games of sexual conquest with each other.

Available February 1
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A Faster Horse (2015)
This documentary from the director of Jiro Dreams of Sushi celebrates the Ford Mustang.

Available February 1
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Full Metal Jacket (1987)
Stanley Kubrick directs this adaptation of Gustav Hasford’s Vietnam War novel.

Available February 1
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Game Face (2014)
This documentary follows the coming-out journies of Fallon Fox, a transgender MMA fighter, and Terrence Clemens, a gay college basketball player.

Available February 1
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Jennifer 8 (2012)
A detective (Andy Garcia) works with a blind woman (Uma Thurman), who might be the next victim of a serial killer targeting visually impaired women.

Available February 1
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Johnny English (2003)
A subpar British spy (Rowan Atkinson) must stop a thief (John Malkovich) from stealing the Crown Jewels.

Available February 1
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The Little Engine That Could (2011)
Surprisingly, this children’s classic has yet to be remade as “The Little Engine That Couldn’t Even.”

Available February 1
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The Lizzie Borden Chronicles: Season 1 (2015)
This miniseries presents a fictionalized account of the famed axe murderer’s life after she was cleared of murdering her father and stepmother.

Available February 1
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Losing Isaiah (1995)
A single mother (Halle Berry) who’s addicted to crack leaves her baby in a dumpster when she goes to get high. He’s found and adopted by a social worker (Jessica Lange) and her husband (David Strathaim).

Available February 1
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Masha’s Tales: Season 1 (2015)
Masha loves fairy tales, but she gets the plot points a little mixed up when she retells them.

Available February 1
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My Side of the Mountain (1969)
The film adaptation of Jean Craighead George’s novel, about a 13-year-old who strikes off to live on his own in the wilderness like his hero Henry David Thoreau.

Available February 1
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Para Elisa (2012)
A recent college grad takes a babysitting gig to earn extra cash. Unfortunately, her employer is a strange old woman who holds her captive.

Available February 1
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Pokémon the Movie: Diancie and the Cocoon of Destruction (2014)
Have you caught them all yet? You’re apparently supposed to catch ‘em all.

Available February 1
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Pokémon XY: Season 1 (2013)
Pikachu and the rest of the Pokémon gang head to Kalos for adventure.

Available February 1
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Scooby-Doo (2002)
Shaggy (Matthew Lillard) and the gang travel to Spooky Island in this live-action film adaptation of the iconic cartoon.

Available February 1
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Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed (2004)
The sequel to Scooby-Doo the people simply demanded.

Available February 1
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Sin City (2005)
Frank Miller’s highly stylized, neo-noir crime film follows the intertwining stories of citizens of Sin City.

Available February 1
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Star Trek V: The Final Frontier (1989)
Beam me up, Scotty.

Available February 1
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Stardust (2007)
Tristan Thorn (Charlie Cox) ventures into a forbidden magical realm to locate a fallen star for his beloved.

Available February 1
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Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby (2006)
NASCAR champion Ricky Bobby’s (Will Ferrell) reign is challenged by French Formula One superstar Jean Girard (Sacha Baron Cohen).

Available February 1
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Teen Witch (1989)
Top that!

Available February 1
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Tin Man: “Search for the Emerald” (2007)
In this unique spin on The Wizard of Oz, Dorothy (Zooey Deschanel) is a Midwestern waitress who joins a group of misfits in the territory of O.Z.

Available February 1
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The Year Dolly Parton Was My Mom (2011)
An adopted 11-year-old becomes convinced that Dolly Parton is her birth mother and sets off to discover the truth.

Available February 1
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Land Before Time: XIV: Journey of the Brave (2016)
Apparently, they’ve continued making movies about Littlefoot without telling me. Rude!

Available February 2
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I Love You Phillip Morris (2009)
A married Texas cop (Jim Carrey) realizes that he’s gay and, after he’s involved in a car accident, promises to live his truth. He winds up in jail after pulling a series of con jobs, and it’s there that he meets his true love, Phillip Morris (Ewan McGregor).

Available February 3
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Love (2015)
French filmmaker Gaspar Noé’s extremely explicit movie was originally released in 3-D, which means audiences were treated to a lovely shot of a man orgasming directly in their faces. There is a plot — this isn’t porn — but we wanted to warn you about what you’re in for when you start this movie.

Available February 4
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Care Bears & Cousins: Season 2 (2016)
The Care Bears return in this Netflix original, and now they’ve got cousins. Care Bear stare!

Available February 5
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Hannibal Buress: Comedy Camisado (2016)
The comedian’s newest stand-up special arrives on Netflix.

Available February 5
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Mad Men: Season 7, Part 2
In which Don Draper realizes he’d like to buy the world a Coke

Available February 5
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Turbo: F.A.S.T. — Season 3
Turbo the ironically named snail returns with the Fast Action Stunt Team.

Available February 5
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Lila & Eve (2015)
When her son is murdered in a drive-by shooting, Lila (Viola Davis) teams up to get revenge with a woman (Jennifer Lopez) she meets in a group for grieving parents.

Available February 6
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Dope (2015)
A high school senior (Shameik Moore) from the Bottoms in Inglewood, CA, dreams of going to Harvard, but finds himself involved in a drug deal gone wrong.

Available February 10
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The Girl In The Book (2015)
A book editor and aspiring novelist (Emily VanCamp) has to deal with an uncomfortable secret from her past.

Available February 10
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The Face Of Love (2013)
A woman (Annette Bening) falls in love with a man (Ed Harris) who looks a lot like her late husband (also Ed Harris).

Available February 13
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Open Season (2006)
A domesticated grizzly bear (voiced by Martin Lawrence) finds himself back in the wild after he rescues a mule deer (voiced by Ashton Kutcher).

Available February 15
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XXY (2007)
Alex (Inés Efron) is an intersex 15-year-old who’s been living as a female up until this point in her life; however, she starts processing emotions in a way that makes her family believe she should be presenting herself as male.

Available February 15
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Asthma (2015)
A drug addict takes the tattoo artist he loves on a ride in a car he stole.

Available February 16
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Atonement (2007)
A girl’s (Saoirse Ronan) split-second decision changes the lives of her sister (Keira Knightley) and her sister’s lover (James McAvoy) forever.

Available February 16
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The Returned: Season 2
The second season of France’s magnificently eerie show about a town where the dead start coming back to life.

Available February 17
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Cooked: Season 1
Food writer Michael Pollan investigates the physical elements of cooking used throughout history (fire, air, earth, and water) in this four-part docuseries.

Available February 19
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Love: Season 1
Judd Apatow executive produces this modern exploration of thirtysomethings falling in and out of love in Los Angeles.

Available February 19
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3rd World Cops 2 (2015)
Two police officers are accused of a crime they, of course, didn’t commit, but that’s not what the rest of the country thinks.

Available February 22
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Bare (2015)
A bored Nevada girl (Dianna Agron) meets a mysterious drifter (Paz de la Huerta), who introduces her to a world of drugs and excitement.

Available February 23
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Marvel Super Hero Adventures: Frost Fight! (2015)
The superheroes join forces to stop Loki and a frost giant named Ymir.

Available February 24
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Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: Sword of Destiny
The long-awaited sequel to Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon finally arrives.

Available February 26
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Fuller House: Season 1
In the Netflix reboot of the TGIF classic, D.J. (Candace Cameron Bure), Stephanie (Jodie Sweetin), and Kimmy (Andrea Barber) move into the Tanners' iconic San Francisco house to raise D.J. and Kimmy’s kids.

Available February 26
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Theo Von (2016)
Louisiana comedian Theo Von’s first stand-up special, No Offense, comes to Netflix.

Available February 26
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Finding Vivian Maier (2013)
This documentary tells the story of the late Vivian Maier, a longtime nanny who left behind a treasure trove of street photography when she died in 2009.

Available February 27
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Ashes and Embers (1982)
A Black Vietnam vet (John Anderson) seeks out a better life on his grandmother’s farm in California.

Available February 29